SANGER — With a possibility of challenging for the County/Metro Athletic Conference title hanging in the balance, the Madera Coyote girls basketball team got off to a slow start that it couldn’t overcome aga
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Despite being down a player and trailing 3-0 at halftime to the multi-year defending league champs, the Madera girls soccer team showed its head coach Garrett Perez that it still has a lot of fight left in i
As with any successful athletic program, there are more to the details than just coaches coaching and players playing.
Through the first 12 matches of the dual, the Madera Coyotes held a narrow edge over the Madera South Stallions wrestling team.
When a defender takes an offensive charge in basketball, it can symbolize the ultimate display of unselfishness and sacrifice for the team.
Before their County/Metro Athletic Conference match with Sanger, the seniors on the Madera South boys soccer team were recognized during pre-game announcements for their contributions to the program.
After dropping the first game to the San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno Panthers, the Madera Coyote girls basketball team knew they had to get the second game.