While the three-sport high school star is becoming a rarity now-a-days, 1987 Madera High graduate Vince Bowen not only excelled in one but in all three of his varsity athletics including football, basketball
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
After scoring 39 runs in their past three games, the Thomas Jefferson Patriot baseball team’s bats didn’t cool off in a Central Valley Athletic League semifinal playoff game against Rio Vista-Fresno on Monda
Allen and Alex Smith, both tremendous multiple-sport athletes for Madera High from 1983-1987, will be inducted into the Madera Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday night at the Madera Municipal Golf Course.
The Madera FAN (For Athletic Needs) program will host 12 high school student-athletes as well as six coaches from Madera and Madera South High schools to announce the winner of the Kenny Taylor Athlete of In
When Frank Rodriguez decided to pick up the sport of wrestling, his little brother Ace was right behind and the Madera wrestling community relished in their success.
The last time Madera South pitcher Donovan Bertoncini took the mound against the Roosevelt-Fresno Rough Riders, he pitched a no-hitter.
In a battle for the second-best team in the County/Metro Athletic Conference, the Madera Coyote boys volleyball team couldn’t match firepower with the Sanger Apaches at Joe Flores Gym.