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Boys Soccer | May 25, 2017

Top Ten Countdown, #4: The Last Becomes First in Boy’s Soccer Win over Gonzales, 4-3

Jordan Sczech in battle with an Apache as Mason Blackburn looks on.   (photo by Karen Holmes)

The Top Ten Count Down for Hawk games this past year is now ready for the 4th place contest.

The Last shall become First and these past two years we have seen an awakening of two sleeping teams that have since been supplying the Hawk Nation with some memorable moments.

CL’s Boy’s Basketball and Soccer were the last two teams to be entered into the post-season last year and now those same two teams continued their ascension by improving their district seed while enjoying their first winning records.

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Boys Basketball | May 22, 2017

Top Ten Countdown #5: CL Hawks 63 Boerne 56

Coach Chapman coaching Hawk Student Section when win was realized over Boerne, 63-56 (photo by mjrphotog.com)

Coming in at #5 for the Top Ten Countdown will be Canyon Lake’s win over Boerne in Boy’s Basketball.

The Boy’s Basketball program has struggled for many years and made the playoffs for the first time last year but with a losing record.

This time around the Hawks had a solid Senior Class and that group of players will be known for having the first CL winning record along with an, ‘IT’ game, played against the Boerne Greyhounds during the first round of district contests.

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Girls Soccer | May 18, 2017

Countdown #6: Lady Hawk’s Soccer 1 Fredericksburg 0

CL Girls Soccer Team was one of 6 teams to make the playoffs this year. (mjrphotog.com)

Number 6 for the count down will be a Girl’s Soccer game as the Hawks have continued to put competitive teams on the field since their first kick in 2010.

That 2010 team is still the only girls soccer team with a winning district record as this upstart team finished that year with an 8-5-1 slate and then became one of many teams to make the playoffs that second year of battles.

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Football | May 17, 2017

Hawk Count Down with # 7th: CL Hawks 42 Austin Akins 20

Trenton Lorett was almost automatic with only 2 misses for the season.  (photo by mjrphotog.com)

Next up for this year’s Top Ten was how well CL’s Football game with Austin Akins. 

Canyon Lake had started the year strong but suffered two losses in a row and not knowing what a 6A team would bring to the table had some concerns for coaches and fans.

Akins was not a formidable team but drawing from many more students might pose a problem before games started in district play next up.

 

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Track & Field | May 14, 2017

Top-Ten Countdown: 8th Track & Field

Carley Dubois passing the Baton to Alysha Perez at Area Meet.    (photo by Karen Holmes)

Canyon Lake’s Track & Field Team will be next on the Best Of Countdown. There are some liberties taken in doing a series of articles of this magnitude.

First, there will be those who felt other games should have been on the list and another subject is where on the list those events rank.

Second, it is hard to put track athletes as a team when so many of the components are based on individuals coming together for amassing points.

Third, is a simple idea that you only know what you saw and many of the sports do not have the whole Hawk Nation in tune with games that were not on anyones radar.

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Football, Game Article | May 11, 2017

Top Ten Hawk Games: #9 CL Hawks 40 Blanco 07

Austin Brennan and Joseph Crisp are after a Panther in Hawk Win, 40-07. (photo Karen Holmes)

Number 9 for our countdown happened in Blanco when the Hawk Football team got a Panther off their back when they stopped a losing streak to our neighbors to the tune of, 40-7.

This game was delayed over an hour as there was a fierce lightning storm and the two combatants retreated to their locker room (CL gathered in their Hawk School Bus).

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Top Ten Countdown #10: CL Hawks 51 Wimberley 49

                                           Sub-Varsity is Ready to take the reins.  (photo by Karen Holmes)

Canyon Lake had some landmark wins this past school year and The ReSporter will be having a top ten for games played this past school year.

The ReSporter will showcase a count down from the 10th contest to #1 game.

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Girls Soccer | May 20, 2017

All-District 27-4A Awards for Girls Soccer

Jenna Pritzkau wins All-District 27-4A Goalkeeper of the Year

Canyon Lake’s Girls Soccer team was plentiful in awards after a promising season.

2017 District 27-4A Girls Soccer Awards

Goalkeeper of the Year: Jenna Pritzkau

“Jenna has been a vital part of our success this year,” Head Coach Ryan Tierney said. “With a Save percentage of 84% and a season total of 140 saves, it is no wonder she won this award.”

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Kat Weber Signs to Attend Trinity University in Softball

                    Kat Weber signing on the dotted line for a chance to play at Trinity University

Canyon Lake’s, Kat Weber, will be taking her bat and glove to College as she signed to attend Trinity University next year playing softball this past week.

Weber was a mainstay for CL during her career on the diamond as this young lady locked down the catcher position the past 3 seasons after following Brianna Young and Katy Payne.

The Hawks have been blessed with three consecutive good fielding catchers which some say might be the toughest position to play.

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Softball | May 19, 2017

CL Hawks Softball Team Bring Home a U-Haul Full of District Awards

Maddy Puente is Voted Offensive MVP for District 28-4A. (photo by Karen Holmes)

The CL Hawks had good representation for District 28-4A awards in Softball for the 2017 season.

Maddy Puente brought home the Offensive MVP for the Hawks after swatting the ball with some degree of authority during her freshman campaign.

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Coaches Corner, Volleyball | May 16, 2017

Coaches Corner with Volleyball’s Kim Paisley

Head Volleyball Coach Kim Paisley

The ReSporter next Canyon Lake game article will come in a little more than 2 months as Volleyball will be going strong as August gets hot.

CL’s Volleyball team is still the only group to win a district championship and also sports the best team win percentage as this next season will have a lot of Freshman that will be classified as Sophomores as well as having several players that look to make a run for more accolades.
The ReSporter was able to catch up with Coach Paisley for a precursor for this coming school year.

 

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