New Braunfels Christian Academy captured the outright TAPPS District 6-3A championship Thursday night home during a one-sided sweep of San Antonio Castle Hills.
As most locals got reacquainted with their couches over the summer, New Braunfels Christian Academy senior Camdyn Doucet punched her ticket to paradise.
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.
New Braunfels Christian Academy shrugged off its 0-1 start to the regular season and kicked off TAPPS Six-Man Division I/II District 5 play with a bang last Friday night.
BULVERDE — In a clash of former district rivals, Bulverde Bracken Christian emerged with a 44-24 victory against New Braunfels Christian Academy in the 2020 season opener for both teams.
New Braunfels Christian Academy, the defending TAPPS Class 3A state champion, opened its 2020 campaign in triumphant fashion Thursday night at home by sweeping aside Davenport 3-0.
Eight different NBCA players were recently named to the TAPPS 4-3A all-district team as selected by the district coaches — three to the first team, three to the second team and two honorable mention picks for the Wildcats, who lost in the regional finals in February.
New Braunfels Christian saw its 2019-20 season slip away Saturday afternoon as Rosehill Christian from Tomball posted a 67-55 victory behind 35 points from senior guard Jacob Anderson.
MCALLEN — Junior Elijah Sexton led five Wildcats in double figures with 19 points as New Braunfels Christian opened its 2019-20 TAPPS Class 3A playoff run by defeating South Texas Christian 80-58 in McAllen Tuesday night.
WACO — Junior Boone Stamps led the way with 19 points, including four treys, as New Braunfels Christian raced past Waco Live Oak 63-55 Tuesday night in a playoff warm-up game for both teams.
SAN ANTONIO — New Braunfels Christian found itself on the short end of the battle for the District 4-3A title Tuesday night, falling to Castle Hills 41-36 on the road.
New Braunfels Christian got 19 points from junior Hayden Holcombe and 15 from senior Hunter Holly as they defeated Castle Hills 55-46 Friday night in front of a rowdy crowd at Wildcat Gym.
The Wildcats made the most of their fast-break opportunities Friday night at home against Kerrville Our Lady of the Hills, but it was on the defensive end of the floor where New Braunfels Christian Academy shined the brightest.