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Football, Pre/Game | September 17, 2014

Pre/Game: Hawks @ Wimberley Texans Sept. 19th

Pre/Game:     CL Hawks      @      Wimberley Texans         Sept. 19      7:30 pm

 History: Wimberley lead series 5-1.
 2008   CL Hawks   07   Texans   41
 2009   CL Hawks   15   Texans   38
 2010   CL Hawks   18   Texans   38
 2011   CL Hawks   14   Texans   50
 2012   CL Hawks   03   Texans   40
 2013   CL Hawks   28   Texans   13

 This Season Game Results:
 CL Hawks   07   Blanco      35     Texans   00   La Vernia   28
 CL Hawks   43   Smithville  14     Texans   31   Giddings    34
 CL Hawks   38   Marion      06

Wimberley has only played two games so far,  as last week lightening, was the culprit in halting their last contest.

The Texans enter this game with an 0-2 record but their offense improved ten fold in their loss to Giddings.

Canyon Lake will come into this game with a two game winning streak and a chance to beat Wimberley two games in a row to boot.

Winning on the road would be a huge feather in the Hawks dressing as well.

CL’s defense has been just as important in helping the past two game wins. Both games are in the top 10 for yardage yielded with Marion being the best game ever on that side of the ball holding those Bulldogs to less than 100 yards of offense.

Canyon Lake will hope to see their offense continue to be more in tune as it seems each back has had a banner game but not all of them in the same game.

That is a good sign as it gives you the idea that the Hawk offense will take whatever the defense will give

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them and capitalize.

With all that being said, Wimberley is a different team than the last two opponents the Hawks have played and so seeing how this Hawk team will respond on the road against a Texan team that still owns a four game advantage will be fun to watch.

QB Colton Cerday will be calling snaps and he had a good game in his last outing throwing for 260 yards with three TDs.

The recipient to most of that yardage was Jack Shine who finished with 141 yards receiving on five catches.

West Lambert also came through with 51 yards while Brock McDorman was right behind accumulating 48 steps.

Rushing has not been established yet for Wimberley and this game will be won in the trenches for both teams.

If Canyon Lake can control that part of the game then The ReSporter could be taking a picture of the scoreboard after this game.

Can the Hawks get a good ground game going and with that bleed the clock? That would be a major variable in a winning formula.

This will be the first time these two schools will find themselves not playing in the same district but you can bet the emotions will still be sky high.

Wimberley will be wanting to take back their supremacy in this series while CL will want to show they are ready to take the next step in beating a team that has statewide recognition regardless of their record.

The drive is short and having a full stands will be a must.

Go HAWKS!!