After 12 days of inactivity, the Madera Coyote softball team certainly dusted off the cobwebs that had been building up against Sanger and San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno to open the County/Metro Athletic Confer
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
After finishing the Selma Kiwanis Tournament over spring break in fourth place, the Liberty Hawks baseball team continued its winning ways with victories over Washington Union-Easton and Yosemite-Oakhurst in
Not everyone gets a chance at the “one that got away.”
The Thomas Jefferson’s eighth grade baseball team was hoping for a third chance in two weeks against Kerman Middle School.
Tim Lincecum is getting lit up like Clark Griswold’s house before Christmas. And you have to wonder if “The Freak” has lost it or has just been unlucky in his three starts this season.
When the Madera South boys volleyball team took to the court for warm-ups, it was clear that the Stallions were all business.
The Thomas Jefferson Middle School Patriots’ eighth grade team hosted Alta Sierra at Madera High’s Mel Parker Field on Tuesday and secured a 7-6 walk-off victory over the previously undefeated Alta Sierra.
Following their 13-1 win over San Joaquin MemorialFresno on Monday, the Madera Coyotes’ bats were still blistering Tuesday as they used a six-run sixth inning to break a 3-3 tie against Edison-Fresno before