The Phoenix (1-8, 0-6) have dealt with injuries, inconsistency and bad breaks.
So they enter Friday night's season finale at LFO looking for one final piece of positivity and hoping to not go winless in the tregion in their first year in Region 5-AAA.
The most recent tough loss came against Cartersville at home on Friday, 56-7, as the Canes clinched the region title.
The loss was another in a long line of games Sonoraville has been out of before the second half starts.
They hope to turn that around this Friday against LFO (6-3, 3-3) who is coming off a tough 14-9 loss to Ringgold which knocked the Warriors out of playoff contention.
Sonoraville is trying to avoid their first 1-9 season since their second year of varsity football in 2007.
It will also be the final game for several important seniors, including Jackson Murray, Tyler Harris, Matt Edgar and Chris Baker, among several others so they would all like to go out on a winning note.
Harris and Baker were two of the few bright spots in the loss to Cartersville. Harris threw for 137 yards and a TD with Baker catching five of his passes for 120 yards, including the only score of the game on a 45-yard connection late in the second quarter.
The Phoenix have had little go right for them in 2012.
They've have injury after injury to key players and haven't been able to consistently produce a lot of positive plays on either side of the ball.
This is their last chance to do something good they can cling to. There's nothing to lose so they should pull out all the stops.
LFO 21, Sonoraville 13