CL Hawks Keep Winning in Boys Track
The JV Hawks Track team lost to Bandera/Hondo/Johnson City/Blanco/Center Point/Comfort by just 57 points, after adding up all of those schools results, they had a total of 338 points compared to Canyon Lake’s 281 total.
In other words, the Boys Junior Varsity dominated their second Track Meet in a row at the Early Season Bandera Track Meet.
This would be the final meet before Spring Break and the Hawks were able to recoup from their Saturday Meet at Navarro with a 4 day turn-a-round horse race to the finish line.
Both Varsity and Junior Varsity were able to break the 200 point mark as the JV finished just 19 points from getting to 300 points.
Double digit scoring was in full supply with 14 JV Students recording that milestone and 10 Varsity athletes.
Double Digit & First Place Finishes (Relays has 4 each with this ribbon) Junior Varsity pts 1st Varsity pts 1st Cody Kline 29 3 Caimen McDonough 37 3 Caleb Almond 26 1 Lester Boehm 18 2 Seth Titzman 25 3 Jacob Foster 18 1 Tristan Chacon 23 1 Nik Rivera 16 Patrick McAuliffe 19 Jesus Sarmiento 16 Payton McMullen 18 1 Chance Martelli 15 2 Ryan Rivali 16 Matt Bell 14 Colton Eilers 16 Connor Rose 13 Nash Young 16 Landry Moore 12 1 Bryce Vincent 15 1 Joseph Crisp 10 1 Logan Cruz 14 1 Josh Almond 12 Daniel O’Dell 10 1 Cayden McLaughlin 10
This Bandera Meet had schools that were smaller but two of the schools competing share the same District 28-4A as Canyon Lake with Bandera (the Host) and Hondo being in attendance.
Fredericksburg is the top dog in this district as they have dominated the Cinders, Canyon Lake did have a stint where they made it to 2nd place for a couple of years during the 2011-12 campaigns, but Freddie is always on top.
Seeing all the students garnering points speaks to the volume of athletes that have infiltrated the halls of CLHS and that is starting to show results when these students can have a chance to show their skill level as an individual resulting in a team sport.
A break down of where these points accumulated would give an indication of how deep a pool of potential points can come from is divided in Field/Sprint/Long Distance/Hurdles/Relays.
Event Points Varsity Field 64 Junior Varsity 85 Varsity Relays 48 Junior Varsity 66 Varsity Sprints 36 Junior Varsity 66 Varsity Long Distance 24 Junior Varsity 36 Varsity Hurdles 36 Junior Varsity 43
What this shows is how well CL is scoring in all facets of their meets and how well the future looks as the Junior Varsity will have a chance of injecting more into this sport as the Senior Class graduates.
The Discus and Shot-Put have been a strong attribute this year and showng signs of scoring points in those long distance events is a bonus. That has been a weakness for a long time. Yes, there has been some good athletes but the number of students that are scoring this year has been a pleasant surprise.
Caimen McDonough will need a larger pit for his Triple Jump Events as he has upped his PR the last 3 meets and has reached the 44 foot barrier which would put him in rarified air. This Meet did not have McDonough entered into his strong suit (high jump) as Coach Troy Moses continues to move his athletes around to see other ways of getting the most from his team.
Chance Martelli is another athlete that continues to quietly lower his 400 meter time as his last two meets have been PR runs. Martelli has also helped in the 4×400 relay and that group of men have been improving as this year has matured.
Jacob Foster has improved his Shot-Put in his last two meets while making his presence known in the Discus in scoring double digit in those two events. Points from this part of the Field Events will play huge when district meet comes calling.
Joseph Crisp is another athletes that made a rousing entrance two meets ago with his discus event and another point maker for the throwing part of this sport.
Lester Boehm can be used in a lot of ways and Coach Moses has been moving Boehm into several avenues in trying to maximize more Hawk points.
Soccer or Track, Matt Bell broke the 5:00 barrier this past meet and getting past that time mark is much like the Stock Market breaking a barrier and then it becomes easier to go higher. The Mile Run is much the same way and breaking that mark will help for future races and times going lower.
Will Hillenbrand was competing with the Varsity this week as this student will have a chance for not only scoring in an event that is shy on numbers of participants but Fredericksburg is very good in the Vault and scoring points also takes points away from a loaded Billies team which can be a win-win situation for the Hawks.
On the Junior Varsity side, Cody Kline, Seth Titzman and many other athletes are competing with a chance of being moved up as points for the Varsity is paramount when District 28-4A comes to town next month. There are so many good athletes with this crew of students that Coach Moses will be up late at nights trying to figure out the best combinations for a successful run/throw/you get the idea.
Congrats Canyon Lake and catch this crew the week after Spring Break when the Tracksters will be performing in Wimberley….close enough to get some support for these student athletes.
Early Season Bandera Relays
Varsity Junior Varsity Canyon Lake Hawks 208 Canyon Lake Hawks 281 Bandera 141 Bandera 149 Hondo 124 Hondo 94 Johnson City 64 Johnson City 65 Blanco 49 Blanco 19 Center Point 19 Center Point 11 Comfort 0 Comfort 0 100 meter Lester Boehm 11.27 1st Caleb Almond 12.02 1st Tae Gray 12.38 Andrew Kullberg 12.89 200 meter Conner Rose 23.56 3rd Ryan Rivali 25.17 2nd Grayson Lee 24.62 5th Tristan Chacon 25.33 3rd 400 meter Chance Martelli 52.49 1st Seth Titzman 56.20 1st Jesse Sarmiento 54.74 2nd Nash Young 58.27 2nd Patrick McAuliffe 58.65 3rd Payton McMullen 60.10 4th Trey Lucero 60.50 6th 800 meter Jesse Sarmiento 2:10.10 2nd Seth Titzman 2:12.85 1st Matt Bell 2:11.10 3rd Patrick McAuliffe 2:14.16 2nd 1600 meter Matt Bell 4:59.34 2nd Cayden McLaughlin 5:24.63 2nd Peter Schultz 5:19.92 3200 meter Peter Schultz 12:01.05 5th Deagan Miller 11:57.15 3rd Cayden McLaughlin 12.21.51 5th 110 meter hurdles Caimen McDonough 15.75 1st Logan Cruz 17.94 1st Nik Rivera 16.57 2nd Nash Young 18.06 2nd Bryce Vincent 19.28 5th Stephen Sharp 19.67 6th 300 meter hurdles Caimen McDonough 41.54 1st Cody Kline 45.27 1st Nik Rivera 42.05 2nd Bryce Vincent 46.33 2nd Stephen Sharp 48.54 4th long jump Caimen McDonough 18-11.00 5th Cody Kline 18-01.50 1st Tristan Chacon 18-01.25 2nd Patrick McAuliffe 17-02.00 6th triple jump Caimen McDonough 44-04.50 1st Caleb Almond 38-00.75 2nd Colton Eilers 36-03.59 3rd Payton McMullen 35-09.00 4th Derek Wiatrek 35-06.00 5th shot put Jacob Foster 43-10.00 1st Josh Almond 36-00.00 2nd Ross Snowden 42-05.00 2nd Hudson Duke 32.11.00 5th Brayden Hight 39-05.50 5th discus Joseph Crisp 128-03.50 1st Daniel O’Dell 99-01.00 1st Jacob Foster 127-06.50 2nd Shawn Pendelton 93.07.00 3rd Bradley Hight 124-03.00 3rd Josh Almond 91-06.00 4th high jump Payton McMullen 5-07.00 1st Logan Cruz 5-02.00 4th Patrick McAuliffe 5-02.00 5th pole vault Will Hillenbrand 11-06.00 2nd 4x100 relay Canyon Lake 44.97 2nd Canyon Lake 46.82 2nd Joseph Ruiz Landry Moore Colton Eilers Caleb Almond Conner Rose Greyson Lee Ryan Rivali Tristan Chacon Canyon Lake 51.01 6th Andrew Kullberg Ty Martinez Patrick Almond Stephen Sharp 4x200 relay Canyon Lake 1:33.62 3rd Canyon Lake 1:38.28 2nd Landry Moore Connor Rose Colton Eilers Caleb Almond Greyson Lee Lester Boehm Ryan Rivali Cody Kline Canyon Lake 1:44.90 5th Derek Wiatrek Jesse Horner Andrew Kullberg Ty Martinez 4x400 relay Canyon Lake 3:30.67 1st Canyon Lake 3:47.84 1st Landry Moore Chance Martelli Bryce Vincent Cody Kline Caimen McDonough Lester Boehm Seth Titzman Tristan Chacon Canyon Lake 3:59.66 4th Colton Eilers Derek Wiatrek Patrick McAuliffe Jesse Horner