The Madera Coyotes football team knows there will be television cameras broadcasting tonight’s game to a predicted audience of more than 100,000 people.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
After a remarkable outing in its previous meet, the Madera South boys cross country team had to turn its attention to the Roosevelt Rough Rider Invitational.
With no score midway through the second quarter, Wade Wallace broke free for a nine-yard touchdown run against Sierra on Friday.
The Liberty Hawks football team scored on touchdown drives of 82, 90 and 92 yards in a victory over Sierra, but it could have been more if not for penalties.
Late in the third quarter down 28-14 Madera was stopped on third-and-five when Alec Gamboa, playing quarterback, was sacked by Sanger defenders at the Coyote 43-yard line.
A mere week after they turned the ball over five times in an opening County/Metro Athletic Conference loss, the Madera Coyotes football team played clean and played hard.