When the Madera Coyotes and Madera South Stallions football teams take Lee DaSilva Field tonight in Memorial Stadium, more than a win is at stake.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
For the second time this year, the Madera High wrestling program will have two of its legendary coaches inducted into a hall of fame.
For nearly four weeks, before his plans for a successful 1972 wrestling season, Ernie Flores dropped into a coma from which many thought he would never return.
By Roger Munoz
Coming off a grueling one-point loss to the Sierra Chieftains, the Chowchilla Redskins head back home to take on a familiar foe — the unbeaten Liberty Hawks.
With one match left to go in the regular season, Madera South girls volleyball coach Nathan Perez didn’t think he had to work to get his team prepared for its match against San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno.
For the first time in Madera High School history, much like the blocking he provided for his teammates as center on the 1959 football team, Richard Allen marched his way into the ranks of All-American.
By Tomas Kassahun
The Fresno State Bulldogs stand on the brink of a season to forget.
With a 3-6 record, the Bulldogs must win their remaining three games to become bowl eligible.