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Principal's Message

It is a privilege to serve as the principal of Stephen F. Austin Middle School. My family and I are blessed to be a part of the Bryan community. Bryan ISD is regarded for providing a dynamic environment which fosters high student achievement while cultivating relationships of supportive accountability. It is my intent to serve the students and staff of Bryan, and SFA in particular, in a manner that promotes these ideals.

It is clear that Stephen F. Austin holds a special place within the heart of the community. Whether recognized as a high school, an 8th - 9th grade campus or as the current 6th - 8th grade middle school, Bronco pride runs deep. It is a tremendous honor to serve as a steward alongside each staff member of this esteemed institution.

Brandon Jayroe, Ed.D.
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Sports News


The SFA Volleyball teams hosted CSMS last night in a fun evening of volleyball!

7th grade White Team made big strides, but was outscored by the Cubs 25-15 and 25-14. Players of the game for some great passing skills were Maryah Adams and Areli Chavez.

7th grade Green Team continues to improve, but also fell behind 25-9 and 25-15. Players of the game were Sydney Miller and Aubrey Hazlett.

8th grade White Team played hard, but was unable to pull ahead of the Lady Cubs as they won 25-7 and 27-6. Player of the game was Scarlet Vasquez.

8th grade Green Team also came up a little short last night 25-4 and 25-9. Player of the game was Kyndall McWilliams.

The Lady Broncos are working hard each week to hone their skills and improve team unity! We are proud of your hard work! Keep it up!!
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Next week we travel to Davila to Trample the Texans! Come out and support your Lady Bronco Volleyball Team! BRON-COS....YOU KNOW!!

7th Grade Football

7th grade football worked hard on every down yesterday! All 85 of our players got a chance to take down Davila. The coaches are very proud of how they came out for their first game.


SFA scored 5 touchdowns to Davila's 3 touchdowns.

--Peterson scored our first touchdown with a nice run.
--Caden Heil came up with our 2nd touchdown by busting through tackles
--Our third touchdown came from LJ Hernandez with a 15 yd pass to Caldwell.
-- Jefferys busted through and stiffed arm his way to our last 2 touchdowns of the evening.
--Derrion Morriel also had 25 yds passing
--Caleb Murski had 25 yds receiving

​ Defensively

-Zanek came up with huge tackles at linebacker
-McBride destroy the offensive lineman
-Huge hits of the night goes to Jaquan Johnson and Chauncey Harrison

Great Hustle last night!


SFA Girls Soccer Update:

The SFA Girls Soccer Team hosted a great opponent in Rayburn last night at Bronco Stadium. The SFA White team would start out the evening with an impressive performance. Great teamwork would lead to Cynthia Mata striking a first half goal to give the Broncos a 1-0 lead. Rayburn and the Broncos would go back and forth until Mata would get open once more to seal the deal for SFA, winning 2-0.

Woman of the Match: Cynthia Mata

SFA Green would follow with a nail biter against the Raiders. Early attacks from Briana Garcia and Rossy Esquivel would pressure the Raiders, but tough defense would be the theme of the evening. Mercedes Reyes and the defensive line would return the favor leaving zero opportunities for Rayburn. The match would end in a 0-0 tie.

Woman of the Match: Iriz Mata

The SFA Girls will return to action next Thursday, May 7 when they visit Jane Long. Thanks for your support.


The SFA Boys Soccer Team traveled to Sam Rayburn yesterday evening to face off with the Raiders. SFA White would start the evening with another great game. Uriel Murillo gave the Broncos the advantage early on scoring his first of 2 goals. Rayburn would tie it up with a penalty kick at 1-1, but Mario Gomez helped SFA regain the lead with a goal and the Broncos never looked back. Charles Reynolds (2 goals) and Jose Raul Vasquez joined in the scoring and SFA White would finish the match winning 6-1.
Man of the Match – Uriel Murillo

The SFA Green team kept the evening going with another exciting match. Juan Castaneda and Jacob Velez knocked in some great shots and the Broncos would get themselves into a shoot-out with Rayburn, going into the half tied 2-2. Jacob Velez scored with another beautiful shot in the 2nd half, but the Raiders would pull away with a 5-3 win.
Man of the Match – Emiliano Tirado

The SFA Boys Soccer team will return to action on Monday, May 4 with Jane Long coming to Bronco Stadium. Come support your Broncos.


The SFA Boys Soccer team traveled to a face Jane Long yesterday. The SFA White team showed great effort against a tough Lobo team. There was great play and leadership all around but Jane Long was successful 7 – 0. Man of the Match:Christian Zavala

The SFA Green team was also in action. Jane Long scored first with an early Penalty Kick and used the momentum to put in a few more and go up 4 -0 at the half. Jacob Velez scored a penalty kick in the second half to put the Broncos on the board, but a resilient Long team fought on to win 6 -1. Man of the Match: Jacob Velez.

SFA Boys will be in action next Wednesday at home against Davila.


The SFA tennis teams traveled to Jane Long yesterday to take on the Lobos. SFA defeated Jane Long by an overall score of 10-7!

7th grade won by a score of 5-3. 7th grade winners include:
Yaire Puga in singles,
and in doubles Taylor Speier and Kellianne Cupit,
Parker Thompson and Grace Gutierrez,
Andrew Fackler and Brandon Stephens, and
Jacob Yancy and Charlie Ybarra.

8th grade won by a score of 5-4. 8th grade winners include:
in singles, Jordan Mitchell,
Megan Montgomery,
Harrison Mosby, and
Sandra Sanchez,
and in doubles, Gabby Guillen and Cristina Zepeda.

Next Tuesday we play AMCMS at Rudder High School.


We just got off the busses from the Choir's All-Region Auditions in Belton. SFA was represented so well!!! We had many high placing students, 13 All-Region Members, and 3 All-Region Alternates. The All-Region Students are:

Abigail Esparza - 19th Place - Soprano 2
Skye Faldyn - 13th Place - Alto
Katie Session - 16th Place - Alto
Kierra Butler - 1st Alternate - Alto
Carlos Reyna - 5th Place - Tenor 1
Dylan Bourquin - 4th Place - Tenor 1
Joshua Swaims - 10th Place - Tenor 1
Keaton Young - 10th Place - Tenor 2
Ian Bourquin - 1st Alternate - Tenor 2
Harrison Mosby - 2nd Place - Bass
Stanley Yang - 6th Place - Bass
Charlie Stutts - 10th Place - Bass
Nathan DeSantiago - 11th Place - Bass
Jackson Smith - 15th Place - Bass
Alexander Young - 8th Place - Bass
Austin Fowler - 1st Alternate - Bass

Other high placers were:
Collin Chandler, Joseph Rives, William Wagnon, Jadyn Brooks, Micah Ruiz, C.C. Walker, Maikayla Clark, Lydia Cordova, Rebecca Becerra, Brooke Spittler, Jordan Mitchell, Kindall Zemanek, and Sarah Beery.

Boys Basketball

Our 8th grade boys B team lost a close overtime game to AMCMS last night by a score of 41 to 35. Out Standing players of the game were Zach Bowers, Trey Nobles, and John King. Leading scorer was John King with 14 points.

Our 8th grade A team came through with a victory over AMCMS by a score of 48 to 39. Out Standing players of the game were:
1 Cesar Sanchez, Bobby Phillips,Tymere Crenshaw, Zavion Logan,and Gabriel Ramirez

3 Leading scorers were: Zavion Logan 18 points and Cesar Sanchez with 20 points.

Boys Basketball

7th grade White Team played their best basketball of the year. Lost 26-21 vs. AMCMS after being down by 12 at one point. Bohn Hilliard came off the bench and was the 12th man for the Broncos. He is commended for his hard work and hustle. Players of the game were the entire team. CJ Warren, Bryston Ferguson, Harley Davidson and Dylan Smith played exceptionally well front-court basketball.

7th grade Green Team lost 58-28. The cubs jumped out to an early lead and never looked back. Jeremiah McGee was the player of the game for his intense play up and down the court. Jay Tyler scored 11 points for the Broncos. Next game is at Brenham White next Thursday.

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