The Madera coyote girls basketball team used a 10-0 run to separate itself from the San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno Panthers for a 57-37 victory.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
After losing its first North Yosemite League game of the season, the Madera South girls soccer team rebounded in a huge way as the Stallions got back into their dominant form.
Taking on the defending North Yosemite League champion and current firstplace team in the conference, the Madera South High School girls basketball team gave Hoover-Fresno, winner of 16 straight league games
The first time the Madera Coyote boys soccer team faced the Sanger Apaches, reigning County/Metro Athletic Conference Most Valuable Player Luis Hernandez missed the game and the Apaches came away with a 2-1
When the Madera South Stallions boys basketball team faced the Hoover-Fresno Patriots in a North Yosemite League rematch at Hoover, the Stallions hoped to have the same type of success they did the first tim
FRESNO — It has been a tough week to say the least for the Madera boys basketball team.
New Madera head baseball coach Andy Underwood is still accepting players to register for the Coyote baseball poker tournament to be held at Club One Casino in Fresno on Feb. 18.