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.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
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.
Tonight could mark the 2013 senior class of Madera Coyote football players’ final home game, and they couldn’t have picked a tougher County/Metro Athletic Conference opponent to showcase their skills to fami
After the dust settled Friday night after the Washington Union-Easton Panthers handed the Liberty Hawks their first loss of the season for the second year in a row, Liberty’s focus turned to the Kerman Lions
With an immovable brick wall in front of the goal and an unstoppable force at the other end of the pool, the Madera Coyotes girls water polo team dominated the Edison-Fresno Tigers 10-3.