It was an exhilarating ending to an otherwise tense game in the Div. II Central Section girls soccer semifinal match between cross-town and County/Metro Athletic Conference rivals No. 2 Madera South and No.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
When the seedings for the Div. II girls basketball playoffs came out, the Madera Coyotes were upset to be playing a first round game and thought they should have been seeded higher.
With just one senior on the field, Madera South Stallions baseball head coach John Fernandez knows this season is going to be a teaching one.
In order to advance to the Central Section Div. V semifinals, the Liberty boys soccer team had to get past a familiar playoff opponent.
After going through the weekly grind of playing in the County/Metro Athletic Conference, the Madera South boys soccer team liked its chances heading into the Div. III section playoffs — even as the No.
On one hand, the Madera Coyote girls basketball team earned the No. 5 seed in the Div. II Central Section playoffs.
If the No. 3 seed Madera girls soccer team wanted to advance in the Central Section Div. II playoffs, the No. 11 Bakersfield Drillers weren’t going to make it easy.