This Week at Canyon Lake
Canyon Lake Basketball Teams are approaching the last part of their schedules as the girls have three more contests while the boys play 5 more times.
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For the girl’s team, the Hawks will have another big game at home with Cuero and a win would give Canyon Lake a two game lead over the Gobblers.
The schedule will end on an easier note for Cuero as they will play the two cellar dwellers in to end their schedule putting more pressure on CL to come out on top and then get one win out of their last two games to clinch.
Wimberley would be one of those clubs and the Texans have been playing some inspired round ball as they walloped Navarro at their house to start the last round of games and really have not been threatened the last couple of weeks.
Canyon Lake will have their last game with La Vernia at home to end the season and a win on that night would be huge for the young upstart Hawk team.
Navarro looks to be in good shape to finish first with Wimberley being a solid second place at this writing.
The third and fourth place is still being played out as Canyon Lake is joined by Cuero and La Vernia for those two coveted spots.
On the Hawk Boys side, another year seems to slipping away without a chance for more games as Canyon Lake needed a win over Navarro to get some much needed momentum.
With games remaining against Wimberley, Cuero, and La Vernia, Canyon Lake will have their work cut out for them to come out on the winning side in that many games.
Counting the Freshman and Junior Varsity to last week’s games, CL finished 5-1 in those combined games giving hope for a much brighter future, especially considering so many of those younger players are entrenched in the upper teams based on age.
Canyon Lake’s Soccer teams will start their district off with a double header this Tuesday at home against Boerne.
The Greyhounds started their district play with two very convincing wins over Wimberley last week giving the other four teams something to take notice.
More will be known about the Hawks after this coming Tuesday as both teams come into this year’s district games on an upbeat.
The Girl’s team has an oftense that can certainly put goals in the net, but now when district starts that net might start to get a little tighter.
Their are five teams in District 28-4A and those schools are playing musical chairs as only one team will be eliminated after district games come to a close.
This will give the Hawk Boy’s team the best chance since play started six years ago to keep playing in the post-season.
Fredericksburg boys and girls team beat Bandera last week and now Canyon Lake starts their quest for some Hawk history.
Tuesday will be a good night to come watch Soccer and Basketball as both venues will be at home.
Hawk Swimmers will be in action again this week-end at Palo Alto College as several students had a break out UIL District 28-4A Meet last week.
The UIL Region 7-4A Championships will give Canyon Lake a chance to make their splash to be able to qualify for the State Championships later this month.
A good week for Canyon Lake and now sports start to get interesting and just around the corner Softball and Baseball being joined by Track and Field will commence as February matures.