After a stunning 2-1 victory over Bullard-Fresno on Tuesday, the Madera Coyote girls soccer team suffered the inevitable letdown in a 2-0 loss to the San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno Panthers.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
FRESNO — After the Madera South girls basketball team earned its first North Yosemite League win with a blowout victory, the players hoped that momentum would carry over to the next the game.
The Madera Coyote girls basketball team went into the halftime break trailing the Sunnyside-Fresno Wildcats 31-30, but used a 15-0 third quarter run to outscore the Wildcats 31-12 in the second half for a Co
Even though the Madera South Stallion boys soccer team defeated the HooverFresno Patriots 5-1 in the first meeting, the Stallions didn’t have it easier in the second one.
Madera head coach Mike Hawkins knew prior to the game, that his team's ability to not play at the frenetic pace of the Sunnyside-Fresno Wildcats would tell the story of the game.
After weathering a 10-point Fresno High lead, the Madera South Stallion boys basketball team outscored the Warriors 58-32 the rest of the way to remain in the hunt for a North Yosemite League championship.
FRESNO— After a hard-fought and emotional road win, the Madera boys soccer team had a major letdown against a lesser opponent in its latest match.