Upcoming sports fundraisers

January 23, 2018

Both Madera and Madera South baseball programs will be hosting fundraiser dinner/dances in February.

The Madera Coyotes will host a baseball dinner Feb. 3 at the San Joaquin Wine Company (21821 Ave. 16) from 5:30-9:30 p.m.

The dinner is for ages 21 and over and is business casual.

The cost is $50 per ticket. There will also be a live and silent auction.

For information or to purchase tickets, contact head coach Andy Underwood at andyunderwood@maderausd.org.

Madera South Stallions

The Stallions baseball team will also host a fundraiser at the San Joaquin Wine Company two weeks later.

The dinner/dance is scheduled for Feb. 17 from 5-11 p.m.

There will be a deejay with a dance floor, in addition to a silent and live auction and raffle tickets.
Tickets are $25 per person.

For more information or to purchase tickets, contact head coach Bobby Waits at robertwaits@madera usd.org.


Madera Coyotes softball

The Madera Coyotes softball team will take advantage of a three-day weekend to host a softball skills clinic and a cornhole tournament on Feb. 12.

The clinic is from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at Zimmerman Field.

Pre-registration, until Feb. 5, is $25 and each player will receive a T-shirt. Late registration is $30 until the day of the clinic. There will also be a 30 minute break for lunch, not provided, but there will be a snack bar.

To sign up for the clinic, text or email Melissa Armiento-van Loon at 363-3305 or at melissaarmiento@maderausd.org.

Following the clinic, the softball team will host its first cornhole tournament from 3-7 p.m. on the softball field.

Teams include one adult and one child (high school age or younger). The cost is $40 and includes a meal and a drink. There will raffle prizes during the tournament for Coyote apparel. Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams.

Early sign-ups by Feb. 5, but sign-ups will also be taken the day of the tournament and during the clinic.

To sign up for the tournament, text or email Tyler Takeda at 217-0311 or tylert@maderatribune.net.


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