For Tristen Alvarez, getting a scholarship to play baseball in college has always been a dream.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
A strong sense for the end zone: In a 49-34 first round playoff win over the Coalinga Horned Toads, 6-foot-3 sophomore quarterback Jonah Johnson scored three rushing touchdowns — all from inside the
COALINGA — If there was any doubt that the one-win Madera South football team belonged in the postseason, it was simply put to rest when the No. 10 seed Stallions faced No.
In water polo, it’s tradition for a team to toss its coach in the pool after a big win.
Losing at home in the first round of the Div. III Central Section boys water polo playoffs wasn’t exactly what Madera head coach Rick Martines envisioned for his Coyote team that has eight seniors on it.
Player of the game: With the Coalinga defense keying on Stallion sophomore quarterback Jonah Johnson and running back Maurice McClain, senior running back Cristian Guillen stepped up with a
When the No. 4 seed Madera girls volleyball team hosted No. 5 Tulare in the Central Section Div. II playoffs, it was a quarterfinals match that pitted two league-winning squads against each other.