For the Madera girls basketball team, it was the inside/outside combination of senior shooting guard Bria Fernandes and sophomore forward Alyssa Burton that helped the Coyotes stay undefeated in their hometo
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Liberty Hawks backcourt of Siera Cullins and Maddie Polster created havoc in a victory over the Coalinga Horned Toads and combined for 34 of the team’s 58 points.
After opening with a runaway victory to start the Madera Varsity Shoot-Out, the Madera South girls basketball team looked completely different in its next game against Caruthers.
The Madera Coyote girls basketball team used a 10-0 run to open the second half to turn a 30-16 halftime lead into a rout to conclude the first day of the Madera Varsity Shoot-Out in Joe Flores Gym.
When the Madera South girls basketball team faced Firebaugh in the Madera Varsity Shoot-Out opener, the Stallions were presented with one major obstacle to overcome — Eagle center Liliana Berber.
Playing in its first home game of the season, the Madera girls soccer team showed the crowd at Memorial Stadium and first-year head coach Samantha Gillis what it can do when it’s clicking on all cylinders.
The Madera South Stallions girls basketball team kept itself in the game with good defense, but missed shots and too many turnovers at the end led to a 54-39 loss to the Reedley Pirates.