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.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
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.
Even though the Madera South Stallions were leading by two runs heading into the seventh, head coach Kelly Valmonte knew her team had to focus to get the final outs of the game.
It’s never easy playing three games in a week, but the Madera Coyotes have managed to find ways to win, even in somewhat lackluster fashion.
The Desmond Longhorns got the early jump on the Thomas Jefferson Middle School Patriots baseball team, but the Patriots scored 11 unanswered runs for an 11-1 victory Wednesday.
It will be round two of the Coors Light Open Late Model Series 100-lap race for $1,000 prize money Saturday on Gene Adams Paving Night at the Madera Speedway.