On Saturday night, June 11, 2022, football players from across the Big Country and the Concho Valley stepped onto the field to show their talents to friends and family at Shotwell Stadium in Abilene, for the 23rd annual Greathouse FCA All-Star Classic.

Sonora was well represented by numerous athletes.

Athletic Director and Head Football Coach, Blake Weston, was selected to lead the boys during this classic along with Jackson Carroll and Sean Mungia. Carroll and Mungia both took their turn carrying the pigskin across the goal line.

The Red Team earned this years bragging rights by winning the game 28-10. Weston says, “It was a huge honor to get voted to be the head coach for the FCA. It means the world to me because FCA trusted me to lead local young men from all over the Big Country.”

The final day of the festival kicked off Saturday morning in the Wylie High School gym with the 10th annual FCA All-Star Volleyball game. With players from nine different area schools, the games were an opportunity for athletes and their fans to display their pride and passion for their respective sports. Sonora was represented by Kodi Davis who showed a reason why she was chosen. She had some great blocks.

Kodi’s Red Team took home the win after coming up short in the first set 25-23, they came back to take the second set 25-15, as well as the third and final set 25-17.

In baseball, Sonora was represented by District 5-3A Catcher of the Year, Alex Renteria. Renteria finished his high school baseball days with a win as well. The South, or the Red Team, defeated the North 15-1 in San Angelo on Friday, June 10, 2022.

In addition to focusing on their faith, the FCA All-Star Festival gives graduating seniors the opportunity to play the sports they love one final time while representing their family, high school, and community.