With 5.7 seconds left in overtime against the Bullard-Fresno Knights, Madera’s Bria Fernandes calmly stepped to the free throw line with a chance at the win.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Leading 1-0 against the league-leading Bullard-Fresno Knights, the Madera South girls soccer team was less than a minute away from sending shockwaves throughout not only the County/Metro Athletic Conference
When the Madera boys soccer team faced San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno in a County/Metro Athletic Conference rematch, another potential loss to the Panthers didn’t even cross the Coyote players’ minds.
After recording a victory Tuesday, the Madera South Stallion boys basketball team was hoping to head into next week’s matchup with cross-town rivals Madera with a 2-2 record and a chance for third place in t
With the big game approaching Sunday, many people had their opinions on who would win.
Just like the night before when the boys teams faced each other in Memorial Stadium, the Madera and Madera South girls soccer teams remained scoreless after 80 minutes of regulation soccer to force overtime
Keyed by the return of one of its top players and clutch shooting down the stretch, the Madera South Stallions girls basketball team picked up its first-ever County/Metro Athletic Conference victory.