The Sonora Broncos are now two steps down with two to go following Friday’s 47-14 win over the Reagan County Owls.
The Owls' physical style of play didn’t stop the Broncos from scoring early and putting points on the board in every quarter.
By Jessica Stapper
Members of the Sutton County 4-H Club organized, collected and donated school supplies to children in need during a One Day Community Service Project campaign during the month of September 2016.
Nationally, October is known as breast cancer awareness month, but the Lady Bronco Volleyball players do something all on their own during that time. In true Bronco Nation spirit everyone else has jumped on board too.
There was a lot of expectation riding on Friday’s first district game between Sonora and Alpine, and the Broncos more than fulfilled the expectancy with a 48-14 win over the Bucks.
A week of rest and healing injuries paid off for the Broncos as... more
Sutton County Hospital Trustees and Hospital CEO John Graves came under fire when a group of citizens spoke out during the regular meeting of the Sutton County Hospital District board on Monday, October 10th.