Playing in its first home game of the season, the Madera girls soccer team showed the crowd at Memorial Stadium and first-year head coach Samantha Gillis what it can do when it’s clicking on all cylinders.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
The Madera South Stallions girls basketball team kept itself in the game with good defense, but missed shots and too many turnovers at the end led to a 54-39 loss to the Reedley Pirates.
For the second game in a row, the Madera boys soccer team suffered a home loss to a team from the North Yosemite League.
While they aren’t necessarily meteorologists, both head coaches from the Madera and Madera South wrestling teams had forecasted that their guys would be ready to shine heading into the sixth annual Chukchans
With Mother Nature dropping 1.56 inches of rain in a 24 hour span, all of the outdoor high school sports contests Friday were postponed.
After doing well in their previous matches, both the Madera and Madera South wrestling teams will test their strengths in the sixth Annual Chukchansi Invitational hosted by the Stallions.
In a game where neither the Madera nor Roosevelt-Fresno boys soccer teams could score in the first half, it would take two perfectly executed goals in the final 30 minutes that turned out to be the differenc