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Playoffs are here, and the NBHS boys basketball team will face San Antonio Roosevelt in the bi-district round. The game is slated for Tuesday, Feb. 23. Tip-off is set for 7 p.m. at Blossom Athletic Center's Littleton Gym. Gates will open at 6:15 p.m.
Those who attend will be required to wear masks, and abide by the North East Independent School District clear bag policy.
The cost of admission will be $5 for adults and $2 for students. Tickets will be sold online and at the gates. Tickets will go on sale on Feb. 22.
New Braunfels High School swim coach Doug Konomos has been named the 2021 Class 6A District 27 Coach of the Year. Konomos led both the girls’ and boys’ teams to district championships this year. The teams reached the regional meet in San Antonio, where the Unicorns placed seventh out of 23 teams competing, and the Lady Unicorns finished ninth out of 23 teams.
The district coach of the year award is voted on by all of the coaches within the district. We would like to congratulate Coach Konomos on being named the district’s top coach!
Kourtney Rosales - Soccer at Schreiner University
Schreiner is a Division III university that competes in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference.
Pictured: Kourtney Rosales, center, poses with, from left, Emery Rosales (sister), Coach Eric Norris, her mother Frances, sister Isabella and father Elton Rosales.
Jordyn Hofmann - Basketball at the University of Texas-Dallas
The University of Texas-Dallas is a Division III school that competes in the American Southwest Conference.
During Hofmann's career as a Lady Unicorn, she was named Academic All-District for 2018-19 and 2019-20. She also was a 3-year varsity letterman and a team captain during the 2019-20 season. Hoffman had a career high 9 blocks in one game. She also posted a career high 16 rebounds in one game for NBHS.
Hofmann is the daughter of Michael Hofmann, Shanna Halteman and Kelly Halteman.
Pictured: Kelly Halteman (step-dad), Shanna Halteman (mom), Jordyn Hofmann, Michael Hofmann (dad), Mandy Telleander (aunt), Joe Graham (grandfather), Jimmy Keresztury (coach), and Bethany Halteman (sister).
Allison Randazzo - Soccer at Howard Payne University
Howard Payne University in Brownwood is a Division III university that competes in the American Southwest Conference.
Randazzo's achievements include being a 3-year varsity letterman and an All-District honorable mention defender during the 2019-20 season.
She is the daughter of Chris and Natalie Randazzo.
Pictured: Coach Eric Norris, Alaina (sister), Chris (dad), Natalie (mom), Allison and Nicholas Randazzo (brother).
Hannon Joseph - Soccer at the University of Texas-San Antonio
UTSA competes in Division I athletics in Conference USA.
Joseph was twice named an Academic All-district member. She also was named as a second-team and honorable mention All-District team member. Joseph also lettered twice in track.
She is the daughter of Elizabeth and David Joseph.
Pictured: David (dad), Maren (sister), Elizabeth (mom), Hannon, Parker Joseph (brother), Jane Gibson (grandmother), Coach Eric Norris, Brady Joseph (brother) and Hank Gibson (grandfather).
Destinee Lagunas - Soccer at St. Andrews University (NC)
St. Andrews is located in Laurinburg, North Carolina. and competes as an NAIA school that in the Appalachian Athletic Conference.
She is the daughter of Adam and Julie Castilleja.
Pictured: NBHS coach Eric Norris, Julie Castilleja (mom), Taylor Adrian Martinez (sister-in-law), Adam Lagunas (dad), Destinee Lagunas and Adrian Martinez (brother).
Dana Hanson - Soccer at Sam Houston State University
Sam Houston State University is a Division I school in Huntsville that competes in the Western Athletic Conference, also known as the WAC.
During her career as a Lady Unicorn, Hanson has been named Class 6A District 26 Midfielder of the Year and she was twice named first-team All-District. She also has been named first-team All-region and second-team All-State. Hanson was a 2020 San Antonio Express-News Player to Watch and a 2021 VYPE Pre-season Player of the Year contender. She is a captain on the soccer team this year, plus she was a 2019 South Region ODP Interregional Team Selection.
She is the daughter of Jenifer Hanson.
Pictured: NBHS coach Eric Norris with Jenifer (mom), Ethan (brother) and Dana Hanson.
Dylan Navarijo - Soccer at the University of the Incarnate Word
The University of the Incarnate Word is Division I school in San Antonio that competes in the Western Athletic Conference.
During his Unicorn career, Navarijo was named 2019-20 Midfielder of the Year. He also was named as a second-team All-State selection, first-team All-District performer from 2017-20, and he was a district champion in the 2018-19 season.
He is the son of Clint and Christie Navarijo.
Pictured: Christie Navarijo (mom), Russell Houston (coach), Dylan and Clint Navarijo (dad).
William Gossett - Track and Field at Emory University (GA)
Emory University is in Atlanta, Georgia and competes in Division III athletics in the University Athletic Association.
He is the son of Jim and Chrissy Gossett.
Pictured: NBHS coach Jason Starnes, Jim (dad), William, Adam (brother), Lila (sister) and Chrissy (mom) Gossett.
Austin Guzman - Baseball at Alcorn State University (MS)
Alcorn State University is located in Lorman, Mississippi, and competes in Division I athletics in the Southwestern Athletic Conference.
Guzman is a 2-year starter on the Unicorn baseball team.
He is the son of Edwin and Linda Guzman.
Pictured: Edwin (dad), Austin, Chloe (sister) and Linda Guzman.
Zach Garcia - Baseball at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi is a Division I school that competes in the Southland Conference.
During his time at NBHS, Garcia was named as an Academic All-District performer.
He is the son of Michael Garcia.
Pictured: Lee Garcia (grandfather), Michael Garcia (dad), Deanda Orlando (aunt), Luke (brother), Zach and Noah Garcia (brother) with NBHS baseball coach Bobby Alford.
Carson Gallaher - Golf at the University of Texas-San Antonio
UTSA is a Division I school that competes in Conference USA.
Gallaher has earned many accolades including being a school record holder, district champion and MVP during his Unicorn career. He also was named first-team All-District, Academic All-District and Academic All-Region.
He is the son of James and Kelly Gallaher.
Pictured: Caitlyn (sister), Emilie (sister), Kelly (mom), James (dad) and Carson Gallaher.
Bobby Hughey - Cross-Country and Track at Angelo State University
Angelo State University is a Division II school that competes in the Lone Star Conference.
Hughey's honors include being a cross-country district champion, a regional qualifier and being named Academic All-State second-team. Hughey also was a part of a district champion winning cross-country team during his time at NBHS.
He is the son of Lance and Nicole Hughey.
Pictured: Coach Jason Starnes, Addison (sister), Lance (dad), Bobby and Nicole Hughey (mom) and coach Lee Datesman.
Peyton Driggers - Football at the University of the Incarnate Word
The University of the Incarnate Word is a Division I school that competes in the Southland Conference.
During his Unicorn career, Driggers has received numerous awards including being the NBHS offensive MVP during his sophomore season, an All-District 27-6A honorable mentnion quarterback during his junior and senior seasons, an Academic All-State team member, and he was named Thursday Night Lights MVP for his performance against Wagner during his senior season.
He is the son of Kim Bogar and Bryan Driggers.
Pictured: David Driggers (grandfather), Trace Hick (friend), Kim Bogar (mom), Hudson LaBarbera (brother), Carol Driggers (grandmother), Peyton Driggers, Bryan Driggers (father), and Joseph Cholico (friend).
Haley Sollohub - Basketball at the University of Texas-Dallas
The University of Texas-Dallas is a Division III university that competes in the American Southwest Conference.
Sollohub's honors include being named as an Academic All-District selection.
She is the daughter of David and Heather Sollohub.
Pictured: Ben, David, Haley and Heather Sollohub and NBHS coach Jimmy Keresztury.
Fourteen NBHS student-athletes will be playing college athletics next year after signing their National Letters of Intent this morning (Feb. 3) during signing day. The 14 seniors signed their letters during a small ceremony in the NBHS gym.
The athletes signing to play college sports are:
Haley Sollohub - University of Texas-Dallas
Jordyn Hofmann - University of Texas-Dallas
Hannon Joseph - University of Texas-San Antonio
Allison Randazzo - Howard Payne University
Kourtney Rosales - Schreiner University
Destinee Lagunas - St. Andrews University (NC)
Dana Hanson - Sam Houston State University
Dylan Navarijo - University of the Incarnate Word
Track and Field
William Gossett - Emory University (GA)
Bobby Hughey - Angelo State University
Carson Gallaher - University of Texas-San Antonio
Peyton Driggers - University of the Incarnate Word
Austin Guzman - Alcorn State University (MS)
Zach Garcia - Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Over the next couple of weeks, each of the 14 athletes will be featured on the NBISD Facebook and Twitter pages, so please be sure to congratulate them!
Fifteen NBHS swimmers are heading to the regional meets on Feb. 3 and 5 after the boys and girls teams placed second at the Class 6A District 27 swim meet. The district meet was held on Jan. 28 at the North East ISD Aquatic Center in San Antonio. NBHS swimmers Trinity Behling and Garrett Starnes earned first-place finishes at district. Behling was first in the 200-yard freestyle, while Starnes placed atop the standings in the 100-yard butterfly and 100-yard backstroke.
The 15 NBHS swimmers who advanced to regionals are Behling, Starnes, Emerson Baroni, Milana Flores, Kenya Frias-Rodriguez, Caroline Meehan, Katherine Pickett, Ardyn Tubb, Elijah Brown, Liam Domer, Victor Fuentes, Sebastian Hernandez, Zach Jonas, Jack Meehan and Luc Saunders.
The 2021 Class 6A Region VII girls swimming and diving championship will take place at the NEISD Aquatic Center on Feb. 3. The preliminaries will be held in the morning, and the finals will be in the afternoon. The 2021 Class 6A Region VII boys swimming and diving championship will also be held at the NEISD Aquatic Center. The boys will compete on Feb. 5, with the preliminaries in the morning and finals in the afternoon.
The NEISD Aquatic Center is located at Blossom Athletic Center, 12002 Jones Maltsberger Road in San Antonio.
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