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NBHS athletes to compete at collegiate level

Three seniors from New Braunfels High School signed letters of intent today to 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.

Hanna Bullard signed her letter of intent to play golf at Dalton State College in Dalton, Georgia. Dalton State is a NAIA university in the Southern States Athletic Conference. Bullard’s athletic honors include a three-time Regional Qualifier, Honorable Mention All-District (2016-2017); Second Team All-District (2017-2018); First Team All-District and Academic All-District (2018-2019); 2nd place medalist at Onion Creek (2018); 1st place medalist at Land Park (2018); 1st place medalist at Hays Invitational (2019); four wins (1st place) with STPGA Junior Tour; 2nd Place at the STPGA Junior Tour Full Series Championship (2018); and 1st Place at TJGT Republic Regional Preview (2019). She is the daughter of Scott and Stefanie Bullard.


(Back row, left to right): Jim McGrew (Head Coach at Dalton State), Halle Bullard, Glenn Phair(NBHS Golf Coach), (Front row, left to right): Scott Bullard, Hanna Bullard, Stefanie Bullard


Madison Glassco signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Colorado School of Mines. Mines is a Division II university located in Golden, Colorado, and is in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Glassco’s athletic honors include a three-year varsity letterman; team captain senior year; San Antonio Express News Player of the Week; Second Team All-District junior year; Academic All-District sophomore and junior year and credited with over 970 kills on the court. She is the daughter of Sean and Jessica Glassco.
(Back row, left to right): Coach Heather Sledge, Peyton Glassco (sister), Asst. Coach Kara Steele, Asst. Coach Amanda Lopez, (Front row, left toright): Jessica Glassco (mom), Madison Glassco, Sean Glassco (dad)

Kolter Rickerson signed his letter of intent for baseball at Angelo State University. Angelo State is a Division II university in the Lone Star Conference. Rickersons’s athletic honors include being district champions and two-time playoff contender. Rickerson also played football while at New Braunfels High School. He is the son of Shane and Allison Rickerson.


L-R Shane Rickerson, Shaylee Rickerson (sister), Kolter Rickerson, Zak Rickerson (brother), Allison Rickerson

Men's Golf Match scheduled for Nov. 13 rescheduled due to weather conditions
Due to cold weather and course conditions, the Men's Golf Match scheduled for tomorrow, November 13, 2019, has been cancelled and rescheduled for December 4, 2019.  Location (Northern Hills GC in San Antonio) and times (8:00 am shotgun start) will remain the same. 

Unicorn qualifies for State Cross Country Championship



The Region IV Cross Country Championship was held on Monday, October 28, 2019 at the Islander Cross Country course one the grounds of Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi. Kennady Fontenot, sophomore at NBHS, raced her way to a 3rd place finish. She will be the lone Unicorn advancing to the 2019 UIL 6A State Cross Country Championship. Only the top four teams and the top 10 individuals qualify. 

The 2019 UIL 6A Cross Country State Championships will be held on Saturday, November 9th, 2019 at Old Settlers Park, Round Rock, TX.

Girls Conference 6A starting time is slated for 2:30 p.m.      

Ticket Information

Student (age 5 and up) $7.00

Adult $10.00     

On-site ticket sales will be CASH ONLY.



Public Parking

Parking and shuttle service will be available at the Dell Diamond parking area for $5.00. CASH ONLY. Parking and shuttle services will be available on the EAST side of Dell Diamond (3550 East Palm Valley Blvd).


Live Streaming

Using live streaming sites including Facebook Live, Instagram Live, Twitter Live and YouTube Live to stream the game is strictly prohibited and in direct violation of the UIL’s agreement with its broadcast partners. Please notify media, fans and parents of this policy.



There will be NO dogs allowed in Old Settler's Park on the day of the Cross Country State meet.



There will be no dressing facilities. Portable toilets will be available to the public and athletes.



2019 Unicorn Volleyball Area Playoff Information

New Braunfels Lady Unicorns will face Clark in the Area round of volleyball playoffs on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at Smithson Valley High School gym.

Tickets will be sold at the door. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. 

Adults - $5.00

Students - $2.00

Passes accepted: NBHS Faculty only (Badge)


District 26-6A Pass

Golden Unicorn


No NBISD Student Athlete or NBISD Sports Passes will be accepted.






Lady Unicorn Bi-District Champions in a sweep over Austin Westlake!

Unicorn pride was definitely justified when the Lady Unicorns took the court and swept the 6A Region IV District 25 Co-Champions Austin Westlake.


The Unicorns faced tough competition on the volleyball court again this year and went into the Bi-District Championship as the 3rd seat in District 26 6A with a district record of 9-5. Westlake came into the match with a District record of 14-2 tied with Lake Travis for the co-champions.


The tough competition just prepared them to sweep Westlake with scores of 25-21, 26-24, and 25-21.


The ladies will next face the winner of the Clark vs. Johnson game that will be played November 5 at 6 p.m.


We will post as soon as we know when, where and who the Lady Unicorns will face in the Area Match!


Congratulations and GO BLUE!

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