DIAMOND BAR — Heading to the Diamond Bar SpringFest in Southern California for a weekend tournament, Madera Coyote softball head coach Judy Shaubach hoped to have the kinks ironed out before league play begi
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
By Roger Munoz
For Madera South Stallions boys volleyball head coach Steve Guglielmana, teaching the game of volleyball is an opportunity to help build the character of young men.
Dressed in mascot colors with a Liberty High School logo on his cap, Mike Mazzoni put on his glasses when asked about the large championship ring on his finger.
Although he can be spotted at a number of Madera South athletic events, longtime Madera resident John Arellano isn’t just there as a spectator.
When the Desmond Middle School eighth grade baseball team began the season, there was a noticeable absence on the roster.
After her school’s athletics were disbanded for the upcoming season, former Madera Coyote girls volleyball player Miranda Brunner had to find a place to play for her junior season.
WALNUT — Looking more like a MASH unit than an elite softball team, the Madera Coyotes defeated the Diamond Bar Brahmas on the first day of the Diamond Bar SpringFest at Mt. San Antonio College.