Madera Coyote freshman Emily Martinez did something Friday against the Madera South Stallions that hadn’t been done in 36 other games this season.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Three Madera County Sheriff’s deputies received state commendations for their role in two unlicensed contractor stings last month in Coarsegold, Sheriff John Anderson announced Thursday.
Five days after the 2005 Liberty Hawks were honored for leaving a legacy on the field as the first team in school history to win a Valley Championship, the 2013 version of the Hawks wrote their own legacy.
Lisa Bennett, the Madera Coyote diving coach for the last 20 years, is anything but boastful about her prolific career and the effect it’s had on the team’s continued success.
After the increased turnout for the LoanMart Madera Speedway’s $5 ticket night a few weeks ago, Speedway owner Kenny Shepherd decided to do it again this Saturday for the Mother’s Day Special $5 Ticket Night
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.
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