With only a few more races left to collect precious points, drivers in each local division knew they couldn’t afford to have an off-night on the track.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Fall sports begin with Maderans on several college rosters
As the leader of one of the better sports programs on campus, Madera South girls volleyball head coach Nathan Perez knows there’s no such thing as a rebuilding year.
CLOVIS — With the first game of the regular season just a week away at Kerman, there was a lot that Madera South head coach Scott Donegan learned about his football team in a live scrimmage against the Bucha
VISALIA — The Central Valley Christian-Visalia Cavaliers didn’t care that the incoming Liberty Hawks won the Div. V Valley Championship last season.
The final bit of business from the last game to end on the first night of the college football season came about 11 1/2 hours after Fresno State beat Rutgers 52-51 in overtime.
In a town where the sport of cross country is widely known throughout the section to be successful year after year, all three Madera County schools will participate in an event that honors a local legendary