Heading into its match with the defending County/Metro Athletic Conference champion, the Madera boys soccer team looked to score an upset over first-place Bullard-Fresno.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
Any thoughts the Madera South Stallions girls basketball team had about pulling an upset and getting its first win over the Madera Coyotes went out the window four minutes into the game.
Liberty’s Triston McCombs touched in a ball with less than 10 seconds left in the second half of overtime to lift the Hawks to their second straight first-win in the North Sequoia League.
If the Madera South girls soccer team had come out playing flat against the Sanger Apaches, it would’ve been perfectly understandable.
For the third County/ Metro Athletic Conference game in a row, the Madera South boys soccer team didn’t surrender a goal.
Despite getting decimated by injuries, the Liberty Hawks girls soccer team keeps on beating opponents in the North Sequoia League, this time with a 1-0 victory over Sierra-Tollhouse to finish the first half
Led by an 18-point fourth quarter, the Liberty Hawks girls basketball team turned a tie game into a 10-point victory over the Kerman Lions.