One of the tallest students to attend Liberty High School can see red, white and blue in the future.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Keeping them safe: Nathaniel Nelson and Alec Gamboa had fantastic days for the Coyotes in a 73-35 victory over Hanford on Friday.
For much of this season, the Madera Coyotes have been what many call a first-half team.
There’s a word to describe the performance of the 10th-seeded Madera Coyotes football team in a 73-35 first-round Div. III playoff victory over the 7th-seed Hanford Bullpups last week: Dominant.
Flawless victory. That is the best way to describe how the Madera South boys cross country team came away with its second consecutive County/Metro Athletic Conference championship.
After nearly eight months of intense and entertaining racing, drivers shifted gears and enjoyed a social evening with their respected fellow competitors along with friends and family.
Team captain Kelsee Montagna (Madera) and the Cabrillo College women’s volleyball team remained undefeated and is now ranked No. 1 in the state after last week’s No. 1 lost.