Travel softball team “Dirt Dogs” will host “softball friendly” tournaments Sunday at Madera South High School to raise funds for the Parlier girl who was shot in the eye.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
After having its seven-game winning streak snapped, the Madera baseball team looked to recover from a 6-3 loss at Redwood-Visalia when it returned home to face the Liberty Hawks.
On the soccer field, communication and familiarity is key.
Knowing where your teammate is and where to go with the ball is important in gaining the upper hand.
The Madera South Stallions came from behind twice and forged an eight-inning tie with the Hanford Bullpups in the Central Baseball Classic at Eddie Chapa Field.
After losing its first set of the match, the Madera South boys volleyball team realized that visiting Central-Fresno wasn’t going to lay down.
Trailing 2-0 and down to its final five outs, the Madera baseball team didn’t show any signs of panic against Hanford West.
Madera Coyote boys volleyball head coach Rhonda Jefferson knew her team had a lot of growing up to do, but after a season-opening loss to Reedley, she knows they better start growing up quick.