CARUTHERS — After heading into the locker room as usual during the junior varsity halftime, the Liberty Hawks varsity football team came out ready to play.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Early in the second quarter, Liberty trailed 14-7 from the Caruthers 22-yard line. Liberty quarterback Zach Richey eluded pressure and sent a ball to the end zone.
Up by 20 points and looking to solidify the victory late in the second half, Madera quarterback Nathaniel Nelson found Tashawn Ford in single-man coverage for a 75-yard strike and the 27-0 lead.
“It’s not whether you get knocked down.
After senior running back Raul Ocegueda recovered an onside kick at the 50-yard line to start the third quarter, he threw a 44-yard half-back pass to sophomore wide receiver Calvin Ruvalcaba, who caught the
SELMA — Imagine being a linebacker for the Madera South football team.
Of that unit, the middle linebacker is considered the quarterback of the defense.
After a tough four-set volleyball loss to the Edison-Fresno Tigers, the Liberty Hawks returned home and hoped to have a good match against the Sunnyside-Fresno Wildcats.