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Eleven Unicorns sign their National Letters of Intent
02/07/2018

On Feb. 7, New Braunfels High School had eleven more Unicorns sign their National Letters of Intent play for
the college of their choice next fall. The student-athletes’ teammates, family and coaches joined them for the
official signing ceremonies at the school.


Brandon Andrews signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Jarvis Christian College (JCC) located in Hawkins, Texas. JCC is a NAIA Division 1 school in the Red River Conference. Brandon is the son of Craig and Leigh Ann Andrews.

 

Bobby Campbell signed his letter of intent to play football at Sul Ross State University located in Alpine, Texas. Sul Ross is a Division 3 university in the American Southwest Conference. Campbell's athletic honors include being a 2 year varsity letterman. He was also a member of the NBHS Track and Field team for 3 years, a member of FFA and Comal County 4-H where he showed hogs for four years. He is the son of Letisha Campbell and Robbie Campbell.

 

Mikayla Cantu signed her letter of intent to play soccer at Eastern New Mexico University. ENMU, located in Portales, New Mexico is a Division 2 university in the Lone Star Conference. Cantu’s honors include being a two-year varsity letterman, being named Academic All-District, Honorable Mention All-District, and name the
MaxPreps Player of the Game on January 30, 2018. She is the daughter of Edward Cantu and Mavis Cantu.

 

Payton Dassie has signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Claredon College located in Claredon, Texas in
the Texas Panhandle. Claredon College is a Divison 1 Junior College in the Western Junior College Athletic
Conference. He is the son of Amy Dassie and Shawn Dassie.

 

Brynna Gardner signed her letter of intent to play soccer at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (UMHB)
located in Belton, Texas. UMHB is a Division 3 university in the American Southwest Conference. Gardner’s
athletic honors include being a three-year varsity letterman; named Academic All-District, named MaxPreps
Player of the Game on January 8, 2018 and received the Express News Game ball. In addition, Gardner also
played varsity basketball for three years and received Academic All-District basketball honors. She is the
daughter of Galen and Kim Gardner.

 

Tory Hudgens has signed her letter of intent to play soccer at the University of the Southwest (USW) located in
Hobbs, New Mexico. USW is a NAIA Division 1 university in the Red River Athletic Conference. Hudgens
athletic honors include being a four-year varsity letterman. She also played basketball her freshman year. She is
the daughter of Heather Hudgens and Michael Hudgens.

 

Randy Huerta signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Midland College (MC) located in Midland, Texas.
MC is a JUCO in the Western Junior College Athletic Conference. Huerta’s athletic honors include being a three-year varsity letterman and being named 2nd team All-District. He is the son of Melissa and Miguel Huerta.

 

Lexi Hughes signed her letter of intent to play soccer at Lubbock Christian University (LCU) in Lubbock, Texas.
LCU is a Division 2 university in the Heartland Athletic Conference. Hughes athletic honors include a three-year
varsity letterman; named 2nd team All-District sophomore and junior year, and Academic All-District junior year.
She is the daughter of Erik and Jennie Hughes.

 

Avery Looney signed her letter of intent to play soccer at St. Mary’s University. St. Mary’s , located in San
Antonio, Texas, is a Division 2 university in the Heartland Conference. Looney’s athletic honors include being
named Academic All-District and the MaxPreps Player of the Game on on January 5, 2018 and January 13, 2018. She was also a two-year varsity track member receiving Academic All-District honors as well as varsity
volleyball receiving Academic All-District honors. She is the daughter of Marc and Angela Looney.

 

Ryan Redding signed a letter of intent to play football at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (UMHB).
UMHB, located in Belton, Texas, is a Division 3 university in the American Southwest Conference. Redding’s
athletic honors include being a varsity letterman for four years; named 2016 2nd team All-District, 2017 1st team
All-District, and he was named the Whataburger Impact Player of the Game in the 2018 San Antonio Sports All-
Star Game. He was also named 2nd team All-District outfielder for baseball in 2017. He is the son of Joni and
Jody Redding.

Anthony Zavala signed his letter of intent to play baseball at Dallas Christian College (DCC). DCC is a NCAA
Division 1 college in the Midwest christian Conference. Zavala’s athletic honors include being named Team
Texas top catcher pop time fall evaluation. Pop time was 1.82. He is the son of John and Sally Zavala.

 

Front row: Brynna Gardner, Ryan Redding, Bobby Campbell  Second Row: Avery Looney, Mikayla Cantu, Anthony Zavala, Payton Dassie  Back Row: Lexi Hughes, Tory Hudgens, Brandon Andrews, Randy Huerta

Front row: Brynna Gardner, Ryan Redding, Bobby Campbell

Second Row: Avery Looney, Mikayla Cantu, Anthony Zavala, Payton Dassie

Back Row: Lexi Hughes, Tory Hudgens, Brandon Andrews, Randy Huerta

 

 

For additional pictures, please see February Signing Day Pictures


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