A game later and Fresno State coach Tim DeRuyter is still no closer to finding a replacement for Derek Carr.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
After a while, it turned into a game of “what you can do, I can do better,” between two of the best players on the court in a girls volleyball match between Golden Valley-Merced and the Madera Coyotes.
For the second game in a row, the Madera South football team will host a Div. IV school from the North Sequoia League but will hope for better results than it had in its Week 0 opener.
Last year, the Mendota Aztecs rolled into the Div. V Valley Championship game at Liberty with the Central Section’s top running back and an ESPN television crew following every move.
The Madera Coyotes tied the match with less than a minute to play and stole the ball away from Hoover-Fresno with three seconds left to secure a 14-13 boys water polo victory at the McAlister Swim Complex.
When it comes to having a young swim coach who can bring in a wealth of experience to teach the youth on the Madera Aquatics Team, Cheyenne Coffman — a 2007 Sierra High graduate — certainly fits the bill.
Madera High’s varsity football team will look to open the season with two straight victories as it hits the road for a showdown tonight with the Roosevelt Rough Riders.