The Madera High football team will, again, make a long road trip tonight as they travel more than 150 miles to take on the Skyline Titans of Oakland, with the Coyotes hungry for their first away victory and
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
After a memorable Homecoming win that saw the Madera South football team snap its 14-game losing streak, the Stallions now hit the road in search of their second win.
After triumphant victories over rivals Fowler and Corcoran by a combined 75-20, the Liberty Hawks football team will try to go 1-0 for the fifth straight week tonight in Caruthers against the Blue Raiders.
Looking at the bright side, Madera Coyote cross country coach Russ Stanford doesn’t have to get up at 4 a.m. Saturday morning to set up the course at Eastman Lake for the annual Madera Invitational.
Coyote girls place in top 4
When it comes to the cross country teams at Madera and Madera South, both head coaches can agree that their young runners are maturing at a rapid rate.
With Madera South holding onto a 14-6 lead in the fourth quarter and the Fresno Warriors passing game shredding the Stallions apart, Madera South needed a big-time stop.