The Texas University Interscholastic League (UIL) released its district realignments for football, basketball and volleyball for the 2020 school year.

The Sonora Broncos football district will be different than last year.

The Broncos will be competing in Region I District 2-3A Division II where they will play some familiar opponents from previous years.

In addition to Sonora, the district will include Ballinger, Bangs, Brady, Ingram Moore and San Angelo Grape Creek.

Sonora’s Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Kevin Sherrill said he is happy with the realignment.

“I am pleased with the way things worked out,” Sherrill said.

The Sonora Broncos and Lady Broncos basketball teams will be competing in Region I District 5-3A along with Big Lake Reagan County, Coahoma, Crane, Odessa Compass Academy and Junction.

As well, the Lady Broncos Volleyball teams will compete in Region I District 5-3A with teams from Big Lake Reagan County, Coahoma, Crane and Odessa Compass Academy.

The UIL will announce next month the new district alignments for spring sports including tennis, track, golf, tennis, softball and baseball.

Sonora ISD Superintendent Ross Aschenbeck was also pleased with the realignment.

“Yes. It works well for all sports,” Aschenbeck said.

For more information about how the UIL’s biennial realignment affected neighboring schools visit www.