After the San Joaquin MemorialPanthers closed to within two, the Madera Coyote girls basketball team got hot from the field and went on a 25-6 run for a 60-45 County/Metro Athletic Conference victory.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
FRESNO — Facing the HooverFresno girls basketball team, Madera South ran into two problems — turnovers and last season’s North Yosemite League Player of the Year in Miyah Rollins.
In what was supposed to be a tough match, but still a victory, for the Madera Coyote girls soccer team turned into a 2-0 wake-up call loss against the Sanger Apaches in Memorial Stadium.
With three minutes left in the Madera South boys soccer match against Roosevelt-Fresno, Stallion head coach Cristino Armiento was prepared to head into overtime.
When facing the San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno Panthers, the game plan always revolves around finding and double-teaming Robert Upshaw. And he’s not hard to locate at 7 feet, 250 pounds — just hard to stop.
In a matchup of the top two contenders for the North Yosemite League title, the game between the Madera South boys basketball team and Hoover-Fresno went down to the wire.
Despite taking only half a squad, the Madera South Stallion wrestling team got the most out of the wrestlers it did take to place 19th out of a loaded 97-team field at the 5 Counties Tournament in Fountain V