Members of Conference USA and current and future members of the Mountain West are taking a bigger-is-better approach to college sports leagues.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Sierra-Tollhouse Chieftains came to Liberty with hopes of an upset victory after giving the girls soccer team a scare during the first half of the North Sequoia League season.
Make it three North Yosemite League championships in a row for the Madera South girls soccer team.
When it comes to soccer in Madera, there’s no messing around.
Of the six soccer teams at Madera, Madera South and Liberty high schools, four teams won league championships.
When the referee blew his whistle to end the soccer match between the Madera Coyotes and Bullard-Fresno Knights to decide the County/Metro Athletic Conference championship, Coyote head coach Chris Baca recei
After two straight losses, the Madera South Stallion boys basketball team still couldn’t right the ship for three quarters against the Roosevelt-Fresno Rough Riders.
Pigs apparently do fly and Madera head basketball coach Mike Hawkins does smile — it’s just been a long time since he has had reason to.