With the County/ Metro Athletic Conference dual meets in its windshield, the Madera Coyote wrestling team opened with a rout over the Bullard-Fresno Knights in Joe Flores Gym.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
When the Madera boys soccer team suffered a loss to Bullard-Fresno to open the County/Metro Athletic Conference season, it marked the 12th straight league loss for the Coyotes.
John W. Wells Youth Center hosted an inaugural Central Valley Wheelchair Basketball Tournament this weekend thanks to a partnership between Valley Children’s Hospital and Madera’s Parks and Community Services Department.
When it comes to Madera South soccer, the Delgadillo family tree has deep roots with the Stallions.
When Aaron Alvarez signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at NAIA Providence Christian College in Pasadena, he was no longer the odd man out between his siblings.
The Madera South Stallions’ impressive run through the Jesse Lujan Memorial Tournament in Selma ended Friday with a loss to the host school in the championship game.
In working to get his team to the postseason, Madera Coyote girls basketball coach Jason Smith knew he would face tough teams in the Old Town Clovis Kiwanis New Year’s Classic at Buchanan High School in Clov