Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

By Sandy Anderberg The Clarendon Broncos are ready. Their early August practices are paying off as the Broncos gear up for the upcoming season. They went up against Bovina last Friday in their first scrimmage of the year with good results, according to head coach Gary Jack. “We saw some things that are developing,” Jack […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Clarendon Broncos have been practicing since the first week of August and will go up against Bovina this Friday, August 15, at 5:00 p.m. in Bronco Stadium. The 44 athletes out for football this season will test their skills in a scrimmage this week to get a feel of where they […]

By Sandy Anderberg Athletic Director and head football coach Gary Jack has announced Friday, August 1, as the day football equipment will be handed out to those interested in playing football for the 2014-2015 school year. Two-a-days will begin on Monday, August 4, at 7:30 a.m. All football athletes need to be on time, clean […]

The 2014-2015 Bronco cheerleaders attended NCA Cheer Camp June 16-19 at the T-Bar M resort in New Braunfels. The girls had a fantastic time learning new material for the coming year, and Captain Abby Johnson, a senior, received a nomination for All-American, and the Bronco mascot, sophomore Sarah Williams, won an award for “Mascot Unity.” […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Greenbelt Junior Golf Association held a tournament at the CCC on June 9 with 46 junior golfers from kindergarten to high school in attendance. Golfers from Clarendon, Roaring Springs, Childress, Memphis, Shamrock, Quanah and Wellington are part of the Association and will host tournaments this summer for the golfers. Clarendon was […]

By Sandy Anderberg Several Broncos and Lady Broncos were honored for their hard work in this 2013-2014 school year at the spring sports banquet last month and many traditional awards were handed out. Recognized for their hard work all year, four Broncos and five Lady Broncos were awarded the most-coveted awards offered to athletes. Chance […]

By Bobby Riza, Clarendon Enterprise The Texas Rangers have faced an unprecedented onslaught of injuries seemingly since their season ended with the Game 163 loss to the Rays. Since that moment it seems as if the Rangers have lost piece after piece. When the club shipped Ian Kinsler to Detroit, they thought they had filled […]

By Sandy Anderberg Three Clarendon High School athletes earned the right to compete in the State Track Meet in Austin last weekend, and they all represented their school and community well, finishing in the top ten of their events. Charles Mason is the fifth best long jumper in the state as he went a distance […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Clarendon Broncos lost 4-6 to Hale Center in the opening round of the playoffs on their home field. Despite playing a great game, the Broncos could not get the edge they needed to get the win. “I am very proud of our effort and season,” coach Brad Elam said. “We had […]

By Sandy Anderberg The Lady Broncos’ softball season came to an early end as they faced off against Ralls in Plainview last week in a Bi-District game. Head coach Gary Jack said even though the wind was blowing 25-35 miles per hour, the Lady Broncos played a very inspired game. “Our season is over and […]