SAN MARCOS — The Wildcats put on a show Friday night on the road against San Marcos Hill Country.
SAN ANTONIO — The beginning of TAPPS District 4-3A competition did nothing to rattle the Lady Cats, who breezed their way to a 3-0 victory Thursday night over Keystone School in San Antonio.
BRYAN — For the second time in three years, the New Braunfels Christian Academy Wildcats returned home from the Bryan Allen Academy Kickoff Classic with a season-opening victory in tow.
New Braunfels Christian Academy’s 2019 tour of terror continued Tuesday night with a business-like 3-0 sweep of Schertz John Paul II at home.
The New Braunfels Christian Academy volleyball team rolled to 20-1 overall this season after claiming the tournament title at San Antonio Cornerstone over the weekend. The Lady Cats defeated Johnson City (25-15, 25-16), San Antonio FEAST (25-22, 25-16) Uvalde (25-8, 25-10). Blanco (25-16, 25…
WIMBERLEY — New Braunfels Christian Academy stunned Class 4A Wimberley Tuesday night on the road by fighting back from a 2-0 deficit to win each of the final three sets.
POTH — New Braunfels Christian Academy surged to its eighth and ninth wins of the season Tuesday night in Poth by sweeping the host Pirettes and Jourdanton in a non-district dual match.
There aren’t many teams in the state of Texas that walk into practice on day one of a new season with legitimate championship aspirations.
The Wildcats posted 21 victories and once again qualified for the TAPPS postseason this year prior to learning that nine players had received on-court honors at the district level.
The New Braunfels Christian Academy softball team recently completed the best season in program history with 12 victories and also claimed its first-ever playoff win. All-district honors went to (first team) senior Anna Page, senior Carrie Brown, junior A.J. Flugrath, senior Alyssa Bennett, …
SAN ANTONIO — The Wildcats opened their 2019 playoff run with a one-sided 11-1 victory over Beaumont Legacy Christian in five innings Tuesday afternoon at Cornerstone Christian School in San Antonio.
HEWITT — New Braunfels Christian Academy made a serious splash while competing on the biggest stage last week during the TAPPS state track and field meet at Midway ISD’s Panther Stadium in Hewitt.
For the longest time, New Braunfels Christian Academy senior Luke Thompson thought that baseball would be his athletic pursuit of choice at the next level.
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