In its County/Metro Athletic Conference game against the Sanger Apaches, two off-innings by the Madera South softball team’s defense was enough to help the Apaches get the runs they needed to secure a win.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Although the Kerman Lions had more hits than the Liberty Hawks softball team, it was Liberty’s two runs in the first inning that made the difference Thursday at Liberty.
After knocking off its cross-town rival, the Madera South boys volleyball team had to turn around and face a Bullard-Fresno team that is competing for a County/ Metro Athletic Conference title.
While the headlines might go to other members of the track and field teams, Madera’s Evan Whitlock and Madera South’s Luis Aguilar are hoping to make their mark when it counts.
After eight matches, only one match remained on the court — No.
After dropping the first set, the Madera South Stallions ran past a stunned Madera Coyote boys volleyball team to win the first County/Metro Athletic Conference meeting between the crosstown rivals.
After losing two straight County/Metro Athletic Conference games, the Madera baseball team had a serious gut check when it faced a Sanger squad that was looking to kick the Coyotes when they were down.