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11th Annual Hawks Crawfish Boil May 5th 2018

Monday, April 9th, 2018

The 11th Annual Hawks Crawfish Boil is May 5th, 2018 @ the River Road Ice House from 2PM to 7PM, or until they run out!

Crawfish Plates:

Crawfish cooked from an old Natchitoches Louisiana recipe + corn/potatoes

  • $25.00 – 6 lbs.
  • $15.00 – 3 lbs.

Brisket Plates:

  • $10.00 per plate

Presale tickets online at www.riverroadicehouse.com. Walk-ups are very welcomed.

Benefiting Canyon Lake High School Athletics

To date the Hawks Crawfish Boil has donated over $17,000. This year we want to set a record in attendance. So come out for good food and enjoy music & dancing and get you tickets early online at www.riverroadicehouse.com. Walk-ups are very welcomed.

Sponsorships

If your company would like to be a sponsor just for a $125.00 here is what is included for your business exposure:

  • 2 All you can eat crawfish tickets or BBQ
  • Table/canopy set up for your company
  • Your banner set up at event and ( or bring items or other to support you company to public)
  • Logo Sponsorship banners around Canyon Lake
  • Giveaways of your business merchandise to public
  • Pic w/ donation to CLHS via Zietung and HilltopNewspaper.com

CL Lady Hawks Start District Games this Tuesday in Boerne

Sunday, January 7th, 2018

Sr. Char Hutson preparing the Hawk’s Offense for an attack. (photo by Karen Holmes)

 

CL’s Girls Basketball team was at one time, early in their stages, been 5 games over .500 after their 4th year of existence.

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Blanco Game Will Have BBQ for Helping Houston Area

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

 

 

 

BBQ Plate Dinner Benefit & Tailgate

BBQ BENEFIT

$10 Adults – $5 Kids

RELIEF DROP SITE AT THE HAWKS STADIUM

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST

In efforts to support our fellow Texans effected by Hurricane Harvey the Canyon Lake Dance Booster will be hosting a Tailgate Bene t selling BBQ plates at the rst football game of the season at the Hawks Stadium.

As well as being able to purchase a plate we will be accepting donations for the following items:

Cleaning supplies; Clorox, Lysol, etc Work gloves / Rubber Gloves / Dusk Mask Non-Perishable Foods
Feminine Hygiene Products
Deed Bug spray
Portable chargers

Contractor Trash Bags Towels/Rags
Diapers Underwear/Socks Bug bite lotions

Dog food

Mops. Brooms. Squeegee Laundry Detergent
Tooth Paste Tooth brush

Deodorants Sunscreen Dog Supplies

For more information please contact the CL Dance Booster President at

Stephanie McCasland at 713-899-2107

Jason York for CISD Board of Trustees

Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Jason York for CISD Board of Trustees

Megan Browning Memorial Service at CLHS Auditorium this Saturday 11am

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

                            Megan Browning

The ReSporter has learned that the Hawk Family has lost a beautiful young lady and wanted the community to know of a memorial service for Megan Browning this Saturday, will be held, at Canyon Lake High School.

Megan was an all around sport athlete as there was not a sport she did not participate in.

She led the Hawks in Assists in her Senior Year for Volleyball and was part of the first ever Hawk Sport Team to qualify for the Playoffs in CL’s second year of competition.

When Volleyball was over there would have no moss growing around Megan as she would be an active participant for the Hawk’s Basketball squad next.

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Canyon Lake Broadcasting Becomes a Reality Starting Tomorrow

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016

The ReSporter will be delving into a new venture as tomorrow CLB will be launched for the Hawk Nation.

Go CL Hawks

Go CL Hawks

Canyon Lake Broadcasting will be a Live Stream that you will be able to access from the Home Page on The ReSporter and tomorrow that adventure will start with a live stream for Canyon Lake Junior Varsity game with Blanco.

The Varsity games will presently be for all the away games starting this Friday for the game in Blanco.

Advertisers will need to get in touch with Cory Martelli for information on costs and how you might want to be presented to the listening audience.

If you would like to be a sponsor with your business and reach thousands of potential customers every week, please contact us at Texasbroacast@gmail.com or drop us a call @ 210-246-3345.

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A New Year for The ReSporter

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

The ReSporter will be starting the 6th school year and hope you will continue to enjoy this publication.

As you might have already noticed, The ReSporter, has added several new patrons to the site and letting these business’ know you saw their ‘Ad’ on this site will help as we continue to get better coverage and being able to afford travel and other costs.

A special shout out to Cory Martelli who literally took the bull by the horns in helping recruit so many new companies to advertise on this site.

You will notice that these advertiser’s are mostly from the communities of Canyon Lake as well as business’ from New Braunfels.

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Your Canyon Lake High School Athletic Booster Club

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016
Go Hawks

               Go Hawks

Who Are We: The Canyon Lake High School Athletic Booster Club also referred to as “CLHS ABC” is a sanctioned organization staffed with volunteers who work within the guidelines of University Interscholastic League (UIL) policies governing booster clubs, and the Comal Independent School District booster club guidelines.

What do we do: We provide support to the Canyon Lake High School athletic programs, student athletes, and coaching staff. We promote school spirit within the guidelines of University Interscholastic League (UIL) polices. We are committed to the development of well-rounded and productive student athletes who demonstrate a commitment to the pursuit of excellence. We strive to instill in these student athletes a strong work ethic; good sportsmanship; respect for self, opponents, the community; and the diversity of others. In addition, we share in the beliefs of the Canyon Lake High School community in fostering a climate of high expectations and standards in athletics, as well as academics; the involvement of family and community; and the recognition that every individual is unique and deserving of respect. (more…)

Benefit for Heather St. John

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

heather for nsumc

CrawFish Run to a Great Success

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
From Left to Right: Nakalnga Paul, Chance Martelli, Caimen McDonough, Micah St. John, Jarred Rollins, Tanner Farris, and Jacob Foster

Left to Right: Nakalnga Paul, Chance Martelli, Caimen McDonough, Micah St. John, Jarred Rollins, Tanner Farris, and Jacob Foster

The ReSporter: How did this year stack up with your previous years?

Hawk after a downing several pounds of Crawfish

Hawk after a downing several pounds of Crawfish

Craw Martelli: “The 9th annual Crawfish Boil was a great year! The 7th Annual was a good year but it falls short of this years success. We boiled up 1200lbs this year and sold every last one ,compared to 750lbs in 2013.”

The ReSporter: Compare your first year with this last Saturday’s Crawfish.

Craw Martelli: “The first boil was just 4 family’s eating crawfish in the back yard and maybe finishing off two sacks-70lbs. Comparing it to HCB #9,……. it would be like me comparing the Slot -T offense to a Spread offense, Veer or three separate offense but its all football, ya just cant compare them as far as fundraising goes. However, its always goodtime to hang out with all your friends for a good cause- CL Athletics.”

The ReSporter: Having the event at Brookshire’s had to be a boost based on their location and how they support the Hawks, do you think that had anything to do with this year’s event?

Craw Martelli: “Brookshire Brothers really came through for us and the community. They are 100% behind our CLHS and its causes. Kenneth Moore the store Manager and Kaci Spence – the Lakeside Café and Bar Manager, really opened up the doors for us and the crowds kept coming steadily all day until 8pm. This location helped drive out of town people into the event and it helped the cash register chiming along, at least that’s what Dr. Hartman said, they keep me in the back and don’t let me out much.” (more…)