After receiving a scare in its previous game, the Liberty Hawks girls soccer team wanted to make sure there wasn’t a question of who was the better team in an 8-0 North Sequoia League victory over the Chowch
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
When the Madera boys soccer team faced Sanger, both teams were seeking their first County/Metro Athletic Conference win of the season.
After losing its first two County/Metro Athletic Conference games, the Madera South girls soccer team knew it had to get a win to stay in the thick of the early league title race.
Off the court, they may not look alike nor act alike, but on the basketball court, senior fraternal twins Siera and Luke Cullins help their respective teams.
The Liberty Hawks jumped out to a quick 10-point first-quarter lead, watched it dwindle away into the fourth quarter, but were able to hold on for a 35-33 victory over the Chowchilla Redskins.
For the second County/Metro Athletic Conference boys soccer game in a row, the defending Div. I runner-up and CMAC champion Bullard-Fresno scored three goals against a team from Madera.
A lackluster first half led to a lead too insurmountable to overcome for the Liberty Hawks boys basketball team in its North Sequoia League opener at Liberty.