The 1-3 Harper Longhorns were the Sonora Broncos 2022 Homecoming opponent last Friday night in Bronco Stadium. The two teams last met in September 2015 with Sonora winning 48-14. This year, the Broncos put on a lightning quick display of shock and awe by scoring 48 of the 61 points in the first half of the game.
The Sonora Bronco varsity football team was on the road last Friday in Alpine ISD’s stadium and played the 3A Div 2 Alpine Bucks (0-3) for the 23rd time in football history. Last year, the Broncos defeated the Bucks 42 -19 for Sonora’s Homecoming.
The JV Broncos traveled to Eldorado as the final part of the Thursday triple header last week and “threw” their second shutout in a row.
Driving into Coahoma on Friday, September 2nd, I saw a sign that touted the Coahoma Bulldogs as Big Red. The Bulldogs came out dressed out in deep red and white uniforms. They had a mission to win this game after the stinging defeat last Friday to our fellow district opponent the Forsan Buffaloes 21-13. Win it, they did by a score of 31-27.
It was an electric atmosphere at Bronco Stadium for the 2022 home opener versus longtime rival the Ballinger Bearcats (3A-D2). These two rivals have played 45 times since 1923. The teams have won 22 and lost 22 times with one tie.
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.
On April 26th and 27th, the mixed double’s team of Lane Taylor and Joselyn Rodriguez, competed in San Antonio at the State Tennis Tournament. Only eight teams qualified for the State Tennis Tournament.
The mixed doubles team of Lane Taylor and Joselyn Rodriguez won 2nd place at the Region 1 Tennis Tournament in Abilene qualifying them for the State Tournament.
The Broncos baseball team and Ozona played to a 5-5 tie on Friday. Sonora was down 5-3 in the bottom of the 6th inning as Jacob Martinez crushed a homer over left field to cut the lead to one. It also started a vicious rally that won the game for the Broncos on a tie-breaker rule. Sonora won the game with more runners advancing to third base as one of the tie-breaker rules. Sonora tied things up at five when Adam Sanchez singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.
Coach Ray Carroll announced this week that seven Lady Broncos will advance to the Texas High School Women’s Powerlifting Association Regional Meet in Shamrock, Texas on Saturday, March 5th.
As of Wednesday, February 2, 2022 seniors Jackson Carroll and Marcos Villalobos have signed letters of intent to continue playing football.
The All-District 2-3A Division II football team was announced on Monday, November 29, 2021. Top honor of most valuable player went to Sonora Bronco Jaime Buitron.
The 2021 Sonora Bronco football season came to a close on Friday night in Tiger Stadium, Slaton Texas.
The Lady Bronco volleyball team finished the season as the District 5-3A District Champions, Bi-District Champions and Area Qualifiers.
The Sonora Broncos have played in many Bi-District football games. For Odessa Compass Academy Cougars,
The town of Sonora is being represented well this year, in the Texas Flag Football state tournament.
The Grape Creek Eagles came to Sonora last Friday, tied for second place with Brady. The Broncos were picked to win by all media outlets. Sonora is now in a three-way tie for the District 2 lead with Grape Creek and Brady after the Eagles upset the Broncos 7-6.
There’s an old saying. Turn about is fair play. Last Friday night, the Broncos defeated Bangs (1-6,1-2) 50-25 in Dragon Memorial Stadium.
Last Friday the Brady Bulldogs proved they wouldn’t be a pushover team as the Bulldogs were last year with the 44-13 loss to the Broncos in Bulldog Stadium.
The Broncos won the toss and deferred. On the sixth play of the Warriors’ opening drive, the center snapped the football over the quarterback’s head. Aidan Villanueva recovered for the Broncos.