Ryner Martin with his patented 3point stroke
The ReSporter wanted to spend some time going back to Round-Ball for the Girls and Boys teams.
Share some All-Time and Season Records and Post-Season District Awards along with a Coaches Corner as next season has started the clock.
The information below has first place in Hawk Green.
All the other Hawk Green is based on players that played this season. So a player might be 7th on the Top Ten List but if he made that cut then he will have his name highlighted.
The ReSporter hopes you enjoy this article and thanks to all the parents of the Seniors and good luck with these young man as they prepare for their next journey.
Many times is not only the players that are missed but the supporters and Parents are also top on that list for The ReSporter and Canyon Lake.
District 28-4A Accolades:
Rory Preiss was voted First Team
Heath McDonough made Second Team
Jacob Ramirez made Second Team
All-Time Top 10 and Top 3 Season Stats
Total Season Points Year Rebounds Year
Rory Preiss 406 2017 Caleb Krieger 218 2012
Caleb Krieger 406 2012 Heath McDonough 211 2017
Christian Pena 356 2010 Sean Nolan 211 2015
Tanner Jones 348 2010 Rory Preiss 189 2016
Andrew Riali 328 2014 Eric Nelson 184 2010
Stuart Lowry 282 2011 Tyler Williams 162 2017
Matt Magness 278 2012 Rory Preiss 159 2015
Andrew Riali 267 2013 Andrew Riali 159 2014
Paul Davis 259 2013 Rory Preiss 151 2017
Brandon Ward 256 2015 Sean Nolan 145 2014
Field Goals 3 Pointers
Caleb Kreiger 161 2013 Andrew Riali 62 2013
Rory Preiss 150 2017 Andrew Riali 60 2014
Christian Pena 130 2010 Jacob Ramirez 45 2017
Tanner Jones 124 2010 Garrett Winters 36 2014
Rory Preiss 103 2016 Garrett Winters 33 2015
Matt Magness 99 2012 Jacob Ramirez 31 2016
Andrew Riali 96 2014 Brandon Ward 31 2016
Paul Davis 95 2013 Paul Davis 31 2013
Sean Nolan 91 2015 Ryner Martin 31 2017
Andrew Riali 85 2013 Rory Preiss 27 2017
Free Throws Assists
Rory Preiss 79 2017 Doug Hubnik 151 2013
Andrew Riali 78 2014 Tanner Jones 90 2010
Caleb Kreiger 72 2013 Gerrit Wilkins 64 2016
Christian Pena 68 2010 Rory Preiss 60 2017
Matt Magness 66 2012 Christian Pena 59 2010
Doug Hubnik 65 2013 Will Gray 55 2016
Tanner Jones 55 2010 Matt Magness 53 2012
Tyler Williams 53 2017 Brandon Ward 49 2016
Brandon Ward 49 2016 Gerrit Wilkins 46 2017
Matt Noyola 47 2012 Jacob Ramirez 41 2017
Tanner Jones 76 2010 Caleb Kreiger 59 2013
Rory Preiss 46 2017 Sean Nolan 57 2015
Isaac Mendez 46 2014 Tyler Williams 39 2016
Matt Noyola 44 2012 Tyler Williams 32 2017
Rory Preiss 43 2016 Neal Whitehead 31 2011
Christian Pena 42 2010 Eric Nelson 29 2010
Brandon Ward 41 2016 Tyler Williams 26 2015
Skyler Tschoepe 41 2014 Sean Nolan 24 2014
Tyler Clark 41 2014 Heath McDonough 18 2016
Will Gray 39 2016 Neal Whitehead 16 2010
The ReSporter: Give us your overall thoughts on this past season.
Ranger Cleaners says Go Hawks!!
Coach Chapman: “It was obviously the best season in program history, so we were pleased with what we did. We had some really memorable moments and games that will stay with the coaches and players for a long time. I told my wife the other day that I really miss the season and the games, bus rides and practices. She looked at me like I was crazy, but I do really miss being able to coach our players and seniors and get ready to compete against someone else. It was a lot of fun, and we accomplished a lot of good things.”
The ReSporter: Tell the Hawk Nation bout this Senior Class and what they have accomplished for round-ball.
Coach Chapman: “Up to this point this senior class has been our most accomplished. They led us to two playoff births, our first winning season and a lot of big wins. Like I told them last week, they were the pioneers to take our program to new heights, which is very difficult to do. It is always difficult to be the first ones to knock down a wall and plow through it. They have really opened up our program, and made a path for future teams and players to walk through. Our young guys now expect to be in the playoffs and compete for district championships, and that is because of our seniors. Aside from all of the basketball accolades, they are fine young men with very bright futures. There will undoubtedly go on to accomplish some big things in their lives, and I look forward to seeing those things.”
The ReSporter: What type of activity do the players do now during this time of year?
Coach Chapman planning strategy in Hawk Victory
Coach Chapman: “Right now we are back at it working for next year. We have told our returners that the 2017-18 season has already started. We are in the weight room and in the gym working to get bigger and stronger as well as more fundamentally sound. In May we will compete in our spring league and then probably play in summer league over the summer. We also have a solid group of players getting into the gym before school and working on their game, which is exciting to see. We are only a week into the off-season, but our players have really done a great job of working with energy and excitement.”
The ReSporter: The Track team just inherited a lot of points from this crew of basketball players. What does that say bout their athletic skills?
Coach Chapman: “We were a very athletic group this year, which carries over well to track. Obviously the McDonoughs will earn a ton of points each week in several events. Gerrit has always done well in the hurdles, and now Charlie has come out to compete in a few jumping events. Bennie is also competing in the distance events, which he is very committed to and good at. It’s exciting to see them doing so well in track in just their first meet.”
The ReSporter: You will have a lot of holes to fill next year….your JV team won district, what are your thoughts as this group of players start their quest for another round in the playoffs for next season?
The Club at Rebecca Creek says Hit them Straight & Go Hawks
Coach Chapman: “Just looking at who we have coming back and who other teams have coming back we feel we can and will be very successful next year. Like I alluded to earlier, our younger guys just expect to be in the playoffs because of what our seniors have done. They understand that we have to have a great off-season and need to improve, but they just have a confidence and belief in what we can accomplish. We are losing 8 seniors, so a lot of our younger guys look at that as an opportunity to fill a spot. I fully expect us to battle for a district championship this year, and hopefully make some noise in the playoffs.”
The ReSporter: Thanks Coach for your time this year and we look forward to next year’s Basketball Chapter.