Registration for the Madera 2015 Little League season has begun with signups continuing and a clinic to be held at Lions Town and Country Park on Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Facing an unfamiliar opponent, the Liberty girls soccer team did what it does best — find ways to score and stifle with defense.
In a rematch between the Liberty boys soccer team and Coast Union-Cambria, it was the Broncos who were able to come away with a one-goal victory the second time around.
In a game featuring two of the best scorers in the Central Section, Sunnyside-Fresno’s Jalonni McCorvey had more support than Madera’s Ethan Richardson in a 76-58 Sunnyside non-league basketball victory in J
Coming into its home opener, the Madera South boys soccer team faced a bevy of challenges when it took on McLane-Fresno.
After outscoring its last two opponents, 9-0, in the first two home games of the season, the Madera South girls soccer team appears ready to take on competition from the County/Metro Athletic Conference.
While ties in sports aren’t generally celebrated, the Madera girls soccer team had a big reason to be excited when the scoreboard read 1-1 at the end of overtime.