After a big win over its cross-town rival, the Madera South boys volleyball team had to take on an unbeaten team from the Tri-River Athletic Conference — a league that is home to the last three Central Secti
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Thomas Jefferson Middle School eighth grade baseball team wasn’t going to let a weekend storm slow down the start to its home season — an 11-0 victory over Rio Vista-Fresno on Monday.
Local football legend Tim McDonald said he welcomed the opportunity to coach in college, but never thought his first chance would come at Fresno State.
The fourth class of the Madera Athletic Hall of Fame will be inducted May 5 at the Madera Municipal Golf Course, but organizers are still searching for some of those being honored.
After they seemed to be out of the match, trailing 20-18 in the fourth set, the Madera Coyotes boys volleyball team took advantage of Madera South errors to win the set and force a fifth set.
Two key defensive plays, one coming on a Madera error and another on a defensive gem by San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno, were the difference in the Coyotes’ 3-0 loss to the Panthers Friday in the County/Metro At
Although it is still early in the season, the prevailing cloud around the Madera Coyote softball team is its inability to get the third out without damage.