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Bronco Alumni

We want to know what you are up to, now that you have matured beyond your Bronco years! Once a Bronco always a Bronco! Email a short update, similar to the ones on this page to [email protected] along with an appropriate photo and we’ll add you to our site!

Will Sweeney

Since my Bronco football playing days, I brought all of the lessons I learned from those countless August practices at Friend's Field to the other side of the Golden Gate. I played football all four years at St. Ignatius College Preparatory in San Francisco, was a 2x team captain, an all-league and all-section player, and made some of my fondest high school memories in a Wildcat football uniform. Also, I committed to continue my academic and football career at my dream school Stanford University next fall.

In high school, I also did a fair bit of coaching and volunteering, joined numerous on-campus clubs, became an editor for our school's literary magazine, traveled to Europe with one of my English classes, found my faith, and spent a whole lot of time studying and training. I met people from all over the Bay Area and many socio-economic backgrounds; a few of them became my best friends. In high school, I discovered my most authentic self. I know for certain many of the qualities I call my own were originally learned through my experiences as a Southern Marin Bronco.

Hunter Juarez

I played as a Southern Marin Bronco for 6 years. From the many practices and games, I can say that I grew as a person. Currently,  I am a senior at Marin Catholic High School. A 3 time captain in football and track, I have led my team to 3 league championships, and 3 consecutive NCS championships. Being named all league, all metro Bay Area, and all NCS, I have received offers from places like the Air Force Academy, and the College of Idaho. In track I am the defending 100 meter champion in league and have been a part of the 4 by 100 team that broke the school record. Academically, my junior and senior year average GPA is a 3.64. Being said, I have also earned a National Football Foundation award/scholarship. I will be attending college and playing football at the University of Nevada, Reno. Go Wolfpack.

Throughout my 4 years at Marin Catholic I have also done over 100 community service hours, working at places like the Redwoods elderly home and Canal Child's center. I have learned to give back to those in need and be the best me I can be.

Southern Marin has shaped me into the man I am today and I wouldn't change that for anything. I will always have a soft spot in my heart for the organization and would love to come back and help out anytime it is needed. Thank you Southern Marin!


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