A memorial cross was unveiled at the grave of a former Texas Ranger during a special ceremony Saturday morning, February 18, 2017 in Sonora. First Corporal Richard Walter Davis, Sr. (1824 – 1907) was buried in the Sonora Cemetery in 1907. 
Two more Sonora Broncos joined the rush of players signing letters of intent Thursday, February 16, 2017 guaranteeing their athletic careers after high School. Bryndon Robles and Noah San Miguel both signed an agreement to play football for Division... more
A walk-off double led the Lady Broncos past Eldorado 22-21 on Friday. The game was tied at 21 with the Lady Broncos batting in the bottom of the seventh when Audry Nolen doubled off of Eldorado’s pitcher, driving in one run to end the game. 
Koda Joy Davis, a 6th grader at Sonora Middle School, was awarded Grand Champion Meat Goat during the 2017 Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show this past January 29, 2017, in Fort Worth.  
The Sonora Broncos and Lady Broncos earned their place and claimed a few awards during the annual 2017 Reagan County Invitational Tennis Tourney Friday, February 17, 2017. 
Kade Creek, a senior at Sonora High School, signed a letter of intent with the University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, on Wednesday, February 8, 2017. 

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