Last season, the Liberty Hawks football team upset the top ranked team in the Division V playoffs and advanced to its fourth Valley Championship game.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Flying monkeys…now flying Coyotes: Madera sophomore quarterback Nathaniel Nelson threw for 151 yards in Friday’s loss to the Dinuba Emperors.
DINUBA — Turnover was the name of the game in Madera’s season opening loss to the Dinuba Emperors at Claud Herbert Field.
In their last dress rehearsal before the season opener, the Liberty Hawks showed why they are the top ranked team in Division V.
Although its first three offensive plays included two fumbles and a two-yard loss on a sack, the Madera South football team settled down and its dominant running game picked up right where it left off from l
The Madera Coyote football team will march into Dinuba’s football stadium tonight to face, not just a team, but an entire city to open the 2012 season.
With the regular season opener two weeks away, the Liberty Hawks football team is getting early recognition as the team to beat.