VISALIA — The Central Valley Christian-Visalia Cavaliers didn’t care that the incoming Liberty Hawks won the Div. V Valley Championship last season.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The final bit of business from the last game to end on the first night of the college football season came about 11 1/2 hours after Fresno State beat Rutgers 52-51 in overtime.
In a town where the sport of cross country is widely known throughout the section to be successful year after year, all three Madera County schools will participate in an event that honors a local legendary
When Madera Coyote girls volleyball coach Robyn Royston came to the team two years ago, she led the Coyotes to the Div. II Valley Championship.
After they were knocked out of the Division II playoffs last year, the Madera Coyotes football team will be on a home-turf hunt for Emperors at 7:30 p.m.
After a week off, the LoanMart Madera Speedway will open Saturday for a night of pure local racing, with point gaps in three classes slim enough to see lead changes.
After capturing two Div. V Valley Championships and reaching the Div. IV Championship match last year, Liberty girls tennis coach Greg Ruland knew the window might be closing.