After the reshuffling of the Central Section boys volleyball playoffs on Monday, the Madera Coyotes earned a home match and didn’t disappoint in a 3-0 victory over the Hoover-Fresno Patriots.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
After competing in the County/Metro Athletic Conference championships last week, track and field athletes from Madera and Madera South will have a chance to earn a coveted spot in the May 18 CIF Section Mast
In order for the Madera South baseball team to beat Madera for the first time in program history, the Stallions needed a great defensive effort and some timely hits on their Senior Day.
The plan for the Madera Coyote softball team was to avoid getting beat by Bullard-Fresno’s Claire Stucker, who hit a go-ahead home run the last time the two teams met.
Twelve student-athletes from Madera and Madera South high schools have been named as nominees for the Madera F.A.N. (For high school Athletic Needs) Kenny Taylor Athletic Integrity award.
The Central Section playoff selection committee sent athletic directors throughout the valley to their phones Monday to line up transportation for tennis and boys volleyball teams.
After a tough loss to the Sanger Apaches on Tuesday, the Madera South Stallions baseball team rode the right arm of junior Donovan Bertoncini to record a rare easy County/Metro Athletic Conference victory.