SAN ANTONIO -

Jim Streety, the head football coach at Madison High School for 23 years, has accepted the athletic director position at New Braunfels Independent School District.

"We are thrilled to welcome Coach Streety back to New Braunfels in this new role," Randy Moczygemba, NBISD superintendent of schools, said in a news release. "We set out to find a top-notch professional to serve as an ambassador for the current and future generations of student-athletes. We have undoubtedly achieved that goal."

Streety is no stranger to the Unicorn athletic program. He worked at New Braunfels High School from 1970 to 1991. Streety led New Braunfels to 11 playoff appearances, including its first one in 25 years in 1976.

He then moved on to Madison High School, where he was football head coach for 23 years. During that time, Streety led Madison to 17 years in the playoffs, including three state semifinals games.

Streety has a career record of 343-131-3, which makes him the second winningest active coach in the history of Texas high school football.