Madera wrestler Miguel Martinez continued his run through the Central Section with a victory in the 106-pound championship match to earn a spot in this weekend’s Masters (Valley Championship) at East High in
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
After finishing the season 22-5 and 7-3 in the North Yosemite League to place second, the Madera South boys basketball team was rewarded with a possible second round meeting with the No. 1 seed.
This was not the way Madera Coyote girls basketball head coach Jason Smith wanted his team to finish out the regular season.
When Liberty boys soccer head coach Darrell Ratzlaff learned of his team’s seeding on Saturday, he wasn’t too concerned.
Asking a team to beat another team three times in a season is demanding.
Asking the Madera boys soccer team to beat rival Bullard-Fresno three times in a season is really demanding.
Eight players got on the scoreboard and the Madera South Stallions closed out the regular season with a 53-32 victory over the Reedley Pirates on Senior Night.
Many Madera Coyote baseball fans were wondering what was going on during last season when the sign affixed on the snack bar listing the rosters of the past champions was taken down.