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A total of eight 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.
Isaac Barrera signed his letter of intent to swim at University of Minnesota - Twin Cities located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. U of M is a Division 1 university in the Big 10 Conference. Barrera’s athletic honors include being Named All American (2017-2018), All State in 2018, a 3-time State 6A Finalist, 6-time Regional Finalist, 2-time Regional champion, 6-time District Champion, 3-time TISCA Champion, 18-time NBHS Record Holder, 3-time Academic All State, 3-time Academic All-District, Most Valuable Male Swimmer in 2016, 2017, 2018 and Captain of the NBHS swim Team in 2018. He is the son of Darragh & Ralph Barrera.
Cole Bruns signed his letter of intent to swim at University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina. USC is a Division 1 university in the South Eastern Confrence (SEC). Bruns’s athletic honors include being named a 2-time District Runner up, 2-time District Champion, 1-time Regional Runner Up, 2 Regional Third Place Finishes, 1 Regional Championship, and 2-time Second Team All-State. Bruns also played football for the Unicorns. He is the son of Lisa Tschoepe and Aaron Bruns.
Grace Gettys signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Texas A&M University - Kingsville. A&M Kingsville, located in Kingsville, Texas, is a Division II university in the Lone Star Conference. Getty’s athletic honors include being named Academic All-District 2016, 2017, 2018; Honorable Mention All-District 2017; Pearland All Tournament Team 2018; 1st Team All-District 2018. Getty’s also played basketball for three years for the Unicorns being named Academic All-District 2017, 2018 and Honorable Mention All District in 2018. She is the daughter of Mark and Wendy Gettys.
Jacob Hughey signed his letter of intent to run cross country at St. Edwards University in Austin, Texas. St. Ed’s is a Division II university in the Lone Star Conference. Hughey’s athletic honors include being named Area Qualifier in track in 3200 meters as a junior, regional qualifier in cross country as a junior, Runner up at Regional Cross Country Meet as a senior, State Qualifier as a senior and placing 32nd at the UIL 6A Cross Country meet 2018. Hughey is the son of Lance and Nicole Hughey.
Anna Kensing signed her letter of intent to play soccer at Abilene Christian University (ACU). ACU, located in Abilene, Texas, is a Division 1 university in the Southland Conference. Kensing’s athletic honors include being named 1st Team All-District as a sophomore; Academic All-District all years fours years on varsity and 2nd Team All-District her junior year. Kensing is the daughter of Rachel Kensing.
Allison Smylie signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Texas State University. Texas State, located in San Marcos, Texas, is a Division 1 university in the Sunbelt Conference. Smylie’s athletic honors include being named Fraulein Volleyfest All Tournament Player 2018; 1st Team All-District 2018; and 2nd Team All-District 2017. She is the daughter of Michael and Ida Smylie.
Ellie Wipf signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Houston Baptist University. HBU, located in Houston, Texas, is a Division 1 university in the Southland Conference. Wipf’s athletic honors include being named 2nd Team All-District and Fraulein All-Tournament her sophomore year; 1st Team All-District, Fraulein All-Tournament, and GVCA All-Star Team her junior year; 1st Team All-District 2018 and Fraulein All Tournament 2018. Her freshman year she also ran varsity track on her junior and senior years played varsity basketball. She is the daughter of Lance and Amy Wipf.
Sarah Wuest signed her letter of intent to run Cross Country and Track at the University of Texas. UT is a Division 1 university in the Big XII. Wuest’s athletic honors include being named to the San Antonio Express All Area Team; a State Cross Country Qualifier in 2016 and 2017; State Track Qualifier in 2016; District Champion in Cross Country in 2016 and 2017; District Champion in the 3200 and 1600 in 2018; a Regional Qualifier in the 800 and Regional Bronze Medalist in the 3200 in 2017. She is the daughter of Rob and Chelli Wuest.
Pictured front row: Ralph, Isaac, Darragh Barrera
Pictured back row: Coach Doug Konomos
Pictured front row: Jeremy McElroy, Cole Bruns, Lisa Tschoepe
Back row: Coach Doug Konomos
Pictured front row: Mark, Grace, Wendy Gettys
Pictured back row: Brother Aaron Gettys, Coaches: Paige Poth, Heather Hewitt, Lauren Oden, and brother Parker Gettys
Pictured front row: Nicole, Addison, Jacob and Lance Hughey
Pictured back row: Sisters Aubrey Morales and Emily Gornall, Brother Bobby Hughey, Grandparents Barry and Linda Hughey, Coach Amanda Lopez, Grandparents Nancy and Bob Hermes, Coach Starnes and Coach Datesman
Pictured front row: Rachel, Anna, Rebekah Kensing,
Pictured back row: Club Coach Dennis Bryan, Coach Eric Norris and Grandmother Sally Forney
Pictured front row: Ida, Allison (Allie), Michael Smylie
Pictured back row: Sister Emily, Coaches Paige Poth, Heather Hewitt, and Lauren Oden
Pictured front row: Amy, Ellie, and Lance Wipf,
Pictured back row: Brother Max, Coaches: Paige Poth, Heather Hewitt, Lauren Oden and Brother Charlie Wipf
Pictured front row: Chelli, Sarah, Rob Wuest
Pictured back row: Coaches Amanda Lopez, Coach Datesman and Coach Starnes
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