FRESNO — The Liberty Hawks looked to give the Fresno Christian Eagles a battle in the first round of the Div. IV playoffs and looked to be in good shape after heading into halftime tied.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
After facing the second best team in the Central Section, Madera Coyote softball coach Judy Shaubach was pleased with what she saw from her team, but knows there are still things that need to be worked on.
Three of the four Madera teams heading to the playoffs finished their league seasons and were awarded with a Central Section playoff seed, announced Saturday in Porterville.
After trailing at the end of the first quarter, the Madera Coyotes girls basketball team outscored the Madera South stallions 36-8 in the middle two quarters to come away with a 67-30 victory to complete a s
Although he wasn’t challenged much during the County/Metro Athletic Conference, Madera wrestler Alec Gamboa had a relatively easy time until the finals of the Yosemite Valley championships on Saturday at Eas
A slight attitude adjustment at halftime led the Madera Coyote boys basketball team to a third-quarter run to give the team its first season sweep of the Madera South Stallions.
To begin the postseason, five girls soccer teams from the County/Metro Athletic Conference entered the Central Section Div. I and II playoffs.