Canyon Lake’s Football Team reached another milestone when Senior Offensive Lineman, Jacob Foster signed his letter of intent to attend the Air Force Academy this week. To fully understand this signing, then ask any College Football Fan and they will let you know the exact date for school’s to acquire signatures for future players on their team they support.
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Senior Girls Basketball Team climbing to the top!
Canyon Lake welcomed a group of Freshman 4 years ago that would end up putting the Hawks in a position of finishing 1st in District 28-4A by the time they would be finished.
The ReSporter would like to apologize to Ty Martinez, as in the production of these interviews, his rendition was not recoverable.
Truly sorry for this mishap.
Brayden Hodge and Clay Weber had a game changing tackle during the 4th Quarter that helped in a District Championship Victory over Taylor JV.
Kolton Belcher was one of many Hawks on this night that had to play positions to help fill gaps left by other players that were moved up or injured.
Running Back/ Defensive Back Stephen Sharp was not dull in his game against the Taylor Ducks as he was instrumental in this victory
Trenton Butler came through with some pat’s and some great defensive plays in win over Taylor JV.
Senior Richard Rosas might be lighter on his feet after receiving a close shave after game in Taylor.
Trenton Lorett punted and returned punts and did both well in victory against the Ducks!!
Heun Signs with Division I Team
By Karen Russell Holmes
Amidst fans wearing gold and green NDSU T-shirts, Reagan Heun signed on the dotted line, today, committing to playing basketball for North Dakota State University on a full ride. She is the first recipient of a Division I scholarship for Canyon Lake High School.
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.
Canyon Lake’s Boys Soccer team made new trails this year for the Hawks as they played into a battle with Progresso for a chance to be grouped in the Elite 8 this month.
You need to understand on how out of nowhere this team started and ended their season in McAllen, Texas.
Canyon Lake had another Athlete sign for a chance of furthering their sports career, when Carley Dubois signed her letter of intent earlier this year with the University of Houston-Victoria.
The Jaguars have a good team and adding a player like Dubois will certainly be a benefit as you can’t teach speed and that is an asset UH-V will be getting with this signing.
Heath McDonough signed this past week on his intentions to enroll at Texas Lutheran for Trackj & Field Team.
McDonough will go down as one of the best athletes for the Hawks as this young man was busy in several sports as Texas Lutheran saw in this student that can be classified as an athlete.
In recruiting, there are many players that are labeled as ‘Athlete’ because that young man can do several positions and a school will not want to cement someone into one position, who could play more than one endeavor.
Alexis Robinson signed her letter of intent to attend Sul Ross earlier this year and will play two sports that she excelled in at Canyon Lake these past four years.
Robinson was the replacement for Missy Romero in the circle four years ago and she grew into her roll with grace and stamina, leaving with a bus load of records.
A good parting gift for Robinson could be a turn-table or a Juke Box to have a chance to replay her records while at school.
Robinson will be going from the Hill Country to the Davis Mountain Country as that will also be her job in raising her talent level in order to compete on a college stage. Just like climbing a hill versus climbing a mountain, it will be steeper and much higher.