SANGER — When a team in football is looking for a way to create separation from its opponent on the scoreboard, sometimes a big play can serve as a major energizer for the players.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
With a running clock in the fourth quarter and the Stallions trailing 48-0, Madera South decided to go to its bag of tricks on a 3rd-and-5 play.
When the Edison-Fresno girls’ volleyball team stepped onto the court of Joe Flores Gym to face Madera, the Tigers were looking to upset the top team in the County/Metro Athletic Conference.
Heading into the three doubles matches in the Div. IV semifinals, all the No. 10 seeded Delano Tigers had to do was get one win and they would upset the No. 2 seed and last year’s Div.
After the first set, it looked like the Liberty Hawks girls volleyball team would be able to have its share of the North Sequoia League championship against the Sierra-Tollhouse Chieftains.
Jordan Moineau (Liberty) and the Cal State Stanislaus women’s soccer team have earned the No. 7 ranking in the nation and are the top-ranked team in the NCAA West region.
For the first time in the program’s history, the Madera South football team will travel to Sanger to play in the historic Tom Flores Stadium for a County/Metro Athletic Conference game.