CONVERSE — Even after a tumultuous few weeks, the Lady Unicorns still have the opportunity to fight for a District 27-6A championship as the league schedule enters its final stretch.
SPRING BRANCH — After capping the first half of District 27-6A play with a flawless record, Smithson Valley began the home stretch with yet another convincing league win.
A positive COVID-19 test within the New Braunfels High School varsity football team has forced the postponement of tonight’s District 27-6A contest at Smithson Valley.
The Hawks certainly didn’t expect their first District 13-4A-I victory of 2020 to come on a Wednesday morning, but then again, no possibility can be ruled out during the most unique season in Texas high school football history.
As most locals got reacquainted with their couches over the summer, New Braunfels Christian Academy senior Camdyn Doucet punched her ticket to paradise.
With Canyon holding a modest 10-7 lead in the opening set of Tuesday night’s District 26-5A match against Kerrville Tivy, junior Kyla Malone went sprawling across the back row for a dig attempt that sent her careening into the legs of a nearby iPad stand being used to film the contest.
When the year began, not only were New Braunfels Christian Academy and Texas School for the Deaf in different districts, but the two programs didn’t even play the same variation of football.
CONVERSE — The Thunderbirds’ L.J. Butler lifted Wagner to a 27-24 overtime win against Smithson Valley Friday night at Rutledge Stadium after bulldozing his way into the end zone in overtime.