This Week @ Canyon Lake Mon Mar 20 CL Hawks JV @ Hondo JV 5:00p Baseball CL Hawks JV @ Hondo JV 7:00p Baseball Tue Mar 21 CL Hawks @ Fredericksburg All-Day Boys Golf Lady Bird Golf Course Boerne JV @ CL Hawks JV 5:00p Softball Boerne @ CL Hawks 7:00p Softball CL Hawks @ Boerne 7:00p Baseball Wed Mar 22 CL Hawks @ Fredericksburg All-Day Girls Golf Lady Bird Golf Course Thu Mar 23 CL Hawks @ Wimberley All-Day Track Texans Relays Fri Mar 24 CL Hawks @ East Central All-Day Tennis CL Hawks JV @ Hondo JV 5:00p Softball CL Hawks @ Hondo 7:00p Softball CL Hawks @ Hondo 7:00p Baseball ============——————————================————————================
Archive for the ‘Track & Field’ Category
The Lady Hawks Track Team have started to make their move as the team goes into those final meets before District 28-4A comes calling in April.
There will be two more meets and the next one will be in Wimberley and this venue should be close enough for the Hawk Nation to rally behind these students and encourage them during their events.
The Hawks had their best finish at the Bandera Meet before Spring Break and continuing with those type of results will be important during the next few weeks.
Junior Varsity finished first at Bandera and has had some high finishes in each meet this season.
CL’s Lady Tracksters need more students in order to make a bigger splash as you can deduce that many of the athletes scoring points are coming from the lower grade levels.
The ReSporter has done some homework during this Spring Break time period to help those of you that are missing some sporting events during this ‘Break’ period.
There has been 4 track meets so far and The ReSporter has added the points that each athlete has totaled thus far during their season.
Some of the meets had less points scored simply based on the number of schools that were at those venues and another point silencer are those schools that are larger than Canyon Lake and with the number of students of those schools have participating can shut-out scoring too.
Depth for schools like a Fredericksburg is the best way for schools in track & field to dominate meets.
Track & Field is a sport that is a team sports based on the individual participants. There is not a bench and your team can have up to 3 athletes in events to score points by placing in the top six.
Canyon Lake ran away with the Bandera Bulldog Relays last Wednesday as the Hawk Junior Varsity and Varsity held off Medina Valley for the sweep.
The McDonough brothers (Heath & Caimen) finished ahead of 4 of the varsity schools with a combined 46 points coming from that household.
Lester Boehm and Heath McDonough both finished first in an event as Boehm finished ahead in the 200 meter dash and McDonough had the best high jump with a 6’2 height.
CL’s 4×400 relay team of Colton McDonald, Chance Martelli, Heath McDonough, and Boehm won with a time of 3:31.51 as Canyon Lake continues to whittle down their times as the season rounds the 150 yard marker spot for this season.
Canyon Lake had another meet with two of their compadre’s in District 28-4A as Bandera and Hondo finished behind the Hawks for the second week in a row.
The Hawks scored 35 points in the dash events as they continued to show strength in the the 200 and 400 dashes.
Canyon Lake Lady Track & Field enjoyed their best day at the cinders with a 1st Place for the Junior Varsity and a 4th Place finish for the Varsity.
Skylar Hurst scored 30 points as she rewrote the 400 yard dash event braking the 60 second barrier with a time of 56.30 becoming the first Hawk to knock down that barrier.
Sophomore Aubrey Schulze had a personal best on that same race finishing with a 63.27 mark as she finished the Bandera Meet in double figures with 11 points.
Freshman Kaitlyn Yuill enjoyed her day when she lowered her mile time to 5:51.57 as she continues to improve with each week in those distance runs.
Another freshman, Madison Churbe has been making her marks as this young lady came in scoring 20 points.
Lainee Moses had a good meet scoring 18 points while Junior Alysha Perez was next with 16 smackeroos.
Canyon Lake Sub-Varsity held their own in the Carlin Wicker Relays as the JV Boys finished 4th while the Hawk Ladies had a 6th place finish.
There were a few First Place finishers on a damp rainy day as Greyson Lee finished first in the 100 meter dash, Trenton Lorett was first in the 200 meter dash, and Nic Rivera scored 10 points for CL in the 110 meter hurdles.
On the Lady side, Alyssa Shipman finished first in the 100 meter hurdles.
Canyon Lake continues to have athletes that have performed well in those hurdle events and the pipeline looks like it will continue for a few more years.
Elena Vargas finished 2nd in the long jump for the next highest place in the events for the ladies.
Vargas and Strickland were the only Lady Hawks to finish in double figures with each having 10 points.
The Canyon Lake Hawks had their first run-in with the Carlin Wicker Relays. This meet has 51 years of history and on this rainy day, Kerrville Tivy won both the Boys and Girls Varsity titles.
Fredericksburg was a close 2nd place with their Boys and Girls teams as the Billies continue to churn out athletes each year and supply a multitude of depth in every event. That one aspect will garner a stampede of points.
Canyon Lake could not match that onslaught of runners and throwers and the result was a decent 4th (Boys) and 5th (Girls) place finish.
Skylar Hurst was high point for the ladies once again as she finished first in the triple jump and scored well in the 400 meter dash and helped in the mile relay.
Canyon Lake also saw their first of what will be many meets for Freshman Madison Churbe. This speedster scored 10 points and was the only other Lady Hawk in double figures.
This Week @ Canyon Lake Mon Mar 6th CL Hawks @ Wimberley All-Day Girls Golf Quick Sand Course Wimberley JV @ CL Hawks JV 6:00p Baseball Tue Mar 7th CL Hawks @ Wimberley All-Day Boys Golf Quick Sand Course Wimberley @ CL Hawks JV 5:00p Boys Soccer CL Hawks @ Wimberley 6:00p Girls Soccer Wimberley @ CL Hawks 6:30p Softball Wimberley @ CL Hawks 7:00p Boys Soccer Wed Mar 8th CL Hawks @ Bandera All-Day Track Thu Mar 9th CL Hawks JV @ Canyon HS All-Day Baseball Canyon Tourney CL Hawks @ San Marcos 10:15a Softball CL Hawks vs Fredericksburg 1:30p Softball San Marcos Tourney CL Hawks vs Devine 3:00p Baseball Somerset Tourney CL Hawks vs Midland Greenwood 3:40p Softball San Marcos Tourney CL Hawks vs Medina Valley 5:30p Baseball San Marcos Tourney Fri Mar 10th CL Hawks @ Wimberley All-Day Tennis CL Hawks JV @ Canyon HS All-Day Baseball Canyon Tourney CL Hawks @ San Marcos TBD Softball San Marcos Tourney CL Hawks vs Somerset 3:00p Baseball Somerset Tourney CL Hawks JV @ Bandera JV 5:00p Boys Soccer CL Hawks vs Jourdanton 5:30p Baseball Somerset Tourney Bandera @ CL Hawks 6:00p Girls Soccer CL Hawks @ Bandera 7:00p Boys Soccer ================++++++++++++++=================+++++++++++++++=============
Another busy week for the sports programs as spring is in the air with baseball and softball size hail. Just be sure to have cover when the hail stones look like a shot-put.
Baseball started this year in a mud hole and found it hard to get their vehicle out of that quagmire.
A well deserved win on Friday night showed hope that with a little repair the machinery will be humming by the time district play commences.
The Hawk Baseball crew will be in the Somerset Tournament starting on Thursday with games against Devine and Medina Valley that first day.
CLJV Baseball will play Wimberley on Monday and then off to the Canyon Tournament on Thursday.
Softball had a good week with wins over Burnet and Navarro and will now meet up with Wimberley this next Tuesday.
This will be a huge game along with a trip to San Marcos for their last tournament of the season.
Their Pool of teams has Fredericksburg in the first round and that will give a showcase of what each of these two District 28-4A partners have before real games start in a couple of weeks.
The Lady Golf team did not have all present last week but will have their team ready for their Tournament in Wimberley on Monday while the Boys play at the Quick Sand Course on the next day.
Track & Field will travel to Bandera on Wednesday for a mid-week meet.
The Tracksters had a cool and rainy day in Fredericksburg on Saturday and will look to improve and close the gap on the Billies as they won the battles on Saturday against CL and two other District 28-4A schools in attendance.
The good news is that the Hawks found that they were also better than Bandera and Hondo and now have an inkling on how they will need to train and prepare for the District Meet in April.
So, there are a lot of tournaments for all the teams that use a bat this week.
Soccer gets back in action after a bye date this past week.
The Boys had a huge tie against Fredericksburg as they solidified their playoff and now have a chance of improving their seeding.
Wimberley will be up first for both Girls and Boys teams. The Lady Soccer team played the Texans tough in their last contest and this week will travel the Back-Bone to play at their place.
Bandera will be the opponent this Friday as the Boy’s team will hope the third time is a charm after suffering a loss earlier this year at the Hawk Tournament and then going on the road to tie the Bulldogs in the first round of play.
The ladies beat the Bulldogs on the road in that first round and the Bandera Lady Soccer team will have a tough time winning on the road as CL will work on a victory as this district year quickly comes to a close.
This is by far the best Soccer Teams combined in Hawk history as it is shaping up as the second year in a row where both squads will be making Playoff T-Shirts this year.
A week of many games and events as Spring Break will in full bloom on that next week.
Catch an event and support the Hawks, between the Hawk Sports complex and Wimberley you will be able to good chance of seeing Canyon Lake in action.
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.
This Week @ Canyon Lake Feb. 26 Monday CL Hawks @ Blanco 10:00a Boys Golf Vaaler Creek CL Hawks JV @ Blanco 5:00p Baseball CL Hawks JV @ Blanco 7:00p Baseball CL Hawks @ Boerne 7:00p Boys Soccer Feb. 28 Tuesday CL Hawks @ Blanco 10:00a Girls Golf Vaaler Creek Boerne @ CL Hawks JV 5:00p Girls Soccer Burnet @ CL Hawks 5:30p Softball Boerne @ CL Hawks 7:00p Girls Soccer Mar. 2 Thursday Hays @ CL Hawks 12:00p Baseball Snyder @ CL Hawks 5:00p Baseball Mar. 3 Friday CL Hawks @ Round Rock All-Day Tennis Lehman @ CL Hawks 5:00p Baseball Navarro @ CL Hawks 5:00p Softball Sequin @ CL Hawks 7:30p Baseball Mar. 4 Saturday CL Hawks @ Fredericksburg All-Day Track Relays TBA @ CL Hawks TBD Baseball ===============—————————================—————————============
Canyon Lake put up a good fight in their Basketball game with Navarro but just missed out on that last 3point shot for a chance to go to another round.
The Hawks had their best season since they built the school and look to have more years like this one as the Junior Varsity won District 28-4A this year and will look to fill those 8 vacancies from graduating Seniors
Congratulations to these Boys and keep thriving for the best.
Girls Soccer had a huge win this past week against Fredericksburg as they now have cemented themselves into a playoff berth while looking for a better seed with more wins as they will start the second round this Tuesday when Boerne comes to town.
The Boys Soccer team had a tough loss to Fredericksburg on the road losing, 4-3 but will look to rebound when they go on the road to Boerne on Tuesday. The Boys tied Bandera last Tuesday and will continue their best season since they started kicking balls in 2008.
Golf is the next sport that is showing promise as both the Girls and Boys teams won their Meet last week in Sequin. Chance Martelli was medalist with a 77 score as both of these teams will continue their trek when they travel to Vaaler Creek this week for another chance to fill their Trophy Case.
Baseball started their season and came away with one tie to go with 5 losses. A tough start to this season as it will not get any easier as the Comal Tournament will start up this week and Canyon Lake will be host to several teams.
A good time to come out for some good baseball as the schedule above has the Hawk game times.
Softball finished 2nd for their second time as they repeated that same position as the week before at Navarro.
This crew now stands with a 9-2-1 record as they will welcome two home games this week when Burnet and Navarro come calling. This will be a good week to see how this team will start to jell with games that will not be timed and that in itself will allow the Coaches to see how the Hawks do in longer settings.
Canyon Lake won their 100th game two weeks ago and now will have their sites on getting to .500 ball with a good year.
Volleyball is the only Hawk sport with an overall winning record for team sports.
Track & Field had some promising times and throws and jumps coming from the Hays Lobo Relays last Saturday.
This week will be a big test as CL will travel to Fredericksburg and have a chance to see how their District 28-4A mates will fare with some one on one competition.
The Billies have always been a large hurdle for the Hawks to clear and this will give a chance of knowing what will need to be done to clear those barriers.
A lot going on, so if you are bored, then come out to the Hawk Nest and see some games!!