Given the opportunity in the expanded CIF State playoff system, the Chowchilla Redskins have a chance to capture the first state championship in school history tonight at 6 p.m. in Henry Massaro Stadium.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Playing in its hometown tournament, the Madera girls basketball team got off to a strong start with back-to-back wins in Joe Flores Gym.
Despite not having a player taller than 6-3 on its roster, the Liberty Hawks boys basketball team has what most coaches would love — speed.
The Madera South Stallions boys soccer team was able to use a true home-field advantage to take an early lead against the Fresno Warriors in a non-conference game.
When it comes to setting up pre-league games, the Madera South girls soccer team isn’t afraid of a challenge — even if it may hurt in the win/loss column.
No matter how many times a coach tries to simulate late-game situations during a practice, nothing compares to actually being in those types of circumstances against live competition.
With just two players returning from last year’s senior-heavy team, Liberty Hawks girls basketball coach Kim Stroemer has had just eight practices to get her team to play together.