In the span of a few minutes on Friday night, Unicorn Stadium went from total elation to utter deflation.
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.
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.
New Braunfels kept pace with Judson for the better part of a half in Friday night’s District 27-6A debut, but the Rockets eventually hit the turbo boosters to ride off with a 37-14 win at Unicorn Stadium.
A swarming Unicorn defense made life miserable for the Matadors for much of Friday night’s annual Guadalupe River Bowl, while the legs of Ryker Purdy kept New Braunfels’ offense in perpetual motion.
New Braunfels’ 2020 home opener will have an added level of historical importance, as the neighboring Seguin Matadors are set to invade Unicorn Stadium for the 108th edition of the storied Guadalupe River Bowl rivalry.
It’s good to know that, even surrounded by some of the most bizarre circumstances the area has ever seen, some things remain resistant to change.
New Braunfels survived a slew of counterpunches from the new-look Rattlers Friday night while holding on for a 35-31 triumph in its 2020 season opener on the road.