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.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
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
Former Madera Coyote Ashley Chavira has earned a starting spot with the Montreat (North Carolina) Cavaliers in the Appalachia Athletic Conference.
With a defense as tough as the San Francisco 49ers, the Madera South Stallions put their clamps down on the Madera Coyotes to come away with a 63-25 victory, the biggest win in the crosstown rivalry.