Much like breaking a wild horse, the Sanger Apaches girls basketball team used a press defense to bind the shooting of Madera South in a 55-38 road win during the Stallions’ Senior Night.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
More than 700 Madera Unified School District children ran around Lion’s Town and Country Park fighting for school supremecy.
In the first round of the Central Section playoffs, it was a tough “one-and-done” for the Madera and Madera South boys soccer teams — but for completely different reasons.
Two quick goals started the Fowler Redcats towards victory against the Liberty Hawks boys soccer team during the first round of the Central Section Div.
Although the calendar hasn’t turned to March, baseball season is upon us and the Madera South Stallions rallied twice to force a tie before darkness set in to begin their season.
Stallions get best CMAC finish with 2nd
While it wasn’t easy by any stretch of the imagination, the Madera wrestling team once again claimed the County/Metro Athletic Conference title.
In what his coach considers the Super Bowl for youth boxing, it was Madera’s 12-year-old Gilbert Mendoza who shined during the recent National Silver Gloves Amateur Boxing Tournament as he brought back a cha