Three New Braunfels High School student-athletes committed to continue their academic and athletic careers during fall signing day on Nov. 8, 2023.
The signing day ceremony was held in the NBHS Gymnasium with fellow students, coaches, family and friends on hand. Athletic Director Jim Streety was the Master of Ceremonies and the athletes’ coaches introduced them prior to signing their National Letters of Intent.
Unicorn baseball player Luke Harrington was recognized by Head Coach Bobby Alford for his ability to contribute to all facets of the game at a high level. Harrington signed to play for Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas.
Harrington also competed in football during his high school career. Angelina College is a community college that competes in the NJCAA. Harrington is the son of Meg and Damon Harrington.
Maddie O’Gorman was introduced by her Head Volleyball Coach Kate Zora. Zora said O’Gorman will be missed as she has set multiple school records. Records she has broken include: kills in a game (28); kills in a career (1005); aces in a career (158); and aces in a season (75).
O’Gorman is headed to play at Tarleton State University, a Division I school that competes in the Western Athletic Conference. Tarleton State is located in Stephenville, Texas. O’Gorman is the daughter of Diane and Patrick O’Gorman.
Alford also announced the signing of baseball player Luke Holt, who he said always has a smile on his face. Holt will be pitching next season for Cisco College in Cisco, Texas. Cisco College is a community college that competes in the NJCAA.
Holt was the District 27-6A Newcomer of the Year in 2022, and he also was a First-Team Co-Utility Player of the Year. During high school, he also competed on the Unicorn football team. He is the son of Robert and Julia Holt.