With the 2012 racing season in the books for the Madera Speedway, an assortment of drivers from all nine of its classes gathered Friday evening at the Hatfield Hall for the end of year awards banquet and din
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
It was an emotional night for the Madera Coyote football team on Friday as the season came to a close on the road in a quarterfinal Div. III loss to the Dinuba Emperors, 55-28.
Fresno City College women’s volleyball sophomore Toni Murphy (Madera) was named the Central Valley Conference’s Most Valuable Player on Thursday after leading the team to an undefeated CVC r
By the time the Division I Central Section boys cross country race was over, it was no question who the top team was — the Madera South Stallions.
After taking the week off last week as a result of a No. 1 seed in the Central Section Div. V playoffs, the Liberty Hawks open their postseason tonight hosting the No. 9 seeded Immanuel-Reedley Eagles.
Tonight marks a do-or-die game for Madera Coyote football, as they will take on the Dinuba Emperors in a rematch of the Coyotes’ Week Zero game, which Dinuba won 42-26.
Coyotes girls expect top three run