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Girls Basketball schedule change for Dec. 6, 2022
Due to Davenport not having a Freshman Girls Basketball team available on Tuesday, the NBHS vs Davenport HS FRESHMAN (9th grade) game on Tuesday, December 6, 2022 has been cancelled. As of today, Sunday, December 4, 2022 this 9th grade game will not be rescheduled. 
The JV and Varsity Girls Basketball games vs Davenport HS on Tuesday, December 6, 2022 will be played in the NBHS main gym as previously scheduled (5:00pm - JV & 6:30pm - Varsity). 
The Brushfire and Rank One websites have been updated. 

Middle school soccer game to be played at Unicorn Stadium Dec. 12, 2022
The New Braunfels Middle School vs Oak Run Middle School Boys Soccer game on December 12, 2022 has had a change in location and will now be played at NBHS Unicorn Stadium. Gates will open at 4:00 PM and game time is 4:30 PM. 

Unicorn Basketball wins Showdown on the Shoreline Tournament

The NBHS boys basketball team won the Showdown on the Shoreline tournament in Corpus Christi

The Unicorn Boys Basketball team brought home hardware from the Showdown on the Shoreline Tournament that was held in Corpus Christi Dec. 1-3. The Unicorns were crowned champions after going undefeated in the tournament which had a 24-team field.

All five of the Unicorns' wins came by more than 10 points and four of the five wins came by more than 20 points. New Braunfels outscored its opponents on an average of 71 to 46 at the tournament.

Results from the tournament
New Braunfels 60 Ray 39
New Braunfels 71 Santa Maria 39
New Braunfels 76 CC Veterans Memorial 53
New Braunfels 68 Rockport Fulton 34
New Braunfels 81 SA Brackenridge 68

After winning five straight in Corpus Christi, that brings the Unicorns record to 9-1 overall, including being on an 8-game winning streak. 

Up next, New Braunfels will travel to take on Southwest Legacy on Tuesday, Dec. 6, before tipping off in the River City Classic. River City Classic games will be played Dec. 8-10 at New Braunfels and Canyon high schools.

Additionally, the JV boys basketball team won first place at the Somerset Tournament and the 9A boys team placed third at the Somerset Tournament.


Unicorn football players earn all-district accolades
It was another strong season for the Unicorn football team. Under the leadership of head coach Glenn Mangold, NBHS went 8-4, earning a bi-district championship before falling to 3-time state champion Austin Westlake in the second round of the playoffs. In Class 6A-27, the Unicorns placed second, only losing to Steele. Along the way, many NBHS players were named to the all-district teams.

Kaden Baerwald, Lance Beeghley, Landon Marsh, Jacob Redding, Leighton Adams, Layton Ladd, Gavin Espinoza and Zane Sprey were first-team selections. Adams, Beeghley and Espinoza are all juniors, while Baerwald, Ladd, Marsh, Sprey and Redding are seniors.

Second team all-district selections on the offensive side of the ball also included seniors Di’Ante Grant and Vantz Mills and juniors Tyree Johnson and Hayden Merz. On defense, seniors Josh Vreeland, Garnett Gonzalez and Landon Jones highlight second-selections as well as juniors D’Andre Davis and Jarron Gomez.

Honorable mention all-district honors went to seniors James Archer, Derek Rizk and Kade Wenzel as well as juniors Cade Minus and Elijah Guzman.

First Team District 27-6A 
Kaden Baerwald
Lance Beeghley
Landon Marsh
Jacob Redding
Leighton Adams
Layton Ladd
Gavin Espinoza
Zane Sprey
Second Team District 27-6A
Di’Ante Grant
Vantz Mills
Tyree Johnson
Hayden Merz
Josh Vreeland
Garnett Gonzalez
Landon Jones
D’Andre Davis 
Jarron Gomez
Honorable Mention District 27-6A
James Archer
Derek Risk
Kade Wenzel
Cade Minus
Elijah Guzman

NBHS volleyball players earn district awards
NBHS volleyball players hauled in a number of accolades for their performances on the court and in the classroom during the 2022 season. The Lady Unicorns earned the district championship this season under new head coach Kate Zora. New Braunfels was nearly perfect in district play, winning 9 of 10 games, before falling to San Antonio Johnson in the bi-district round of the Class 6A playoffs.

On the court, Blaise House was selected as the Class 6A-27 Setter of the Year, while Evyn Clark was named the Defensive Player of the Year and Bailey Scott earned Newcomer of the Year honors. Riley Scott, Maddie O’Gorman and Ella Vajdos each were named as 1st team all-district performers. Second team all-district selections included Randi Rush and Sofia Bendele. Jaelynn Reyes was named all-district honorable mention for her play this season.

Nineteen members of the Lady Unicorn volleyball team also were named to the academic all-district team. 

Setter of the Year District 27-6A 
Blaise House
Defensive Player of the Year District 27-6A 
Evyn Clark
Newcomer of the Year District 27-6A 
Bailey Scott
First Team District 27-6A 
Riley Scott
Maddie O’Gorman
Ella Vajdos
Second Team District 27-6A
Randi Rush
Sofia Bendele
Honorable Mention District 27-6A
Jaelyn Reyes
Academic All-District 27-6A
Sofia Bendele
Kelsey Carter
Evyn Clark
Ayden Edler
Hannah Grohman
Mia Hanz
Kayleigh Hoskins
Blaise House
Brooklyn Kasuba
Kingsley Minus
Maddie O’Gorman
Jaelyn Reyes
Randi Rush
Bailey Scott
Riley Scott
Lauren Studdard
Logan Summerville
Ella Vajdos
Katie Wadas

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