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Sport News, Standings, Volleyball | October 5, 2014

Volleyball Standings & District Recap, Also Hawk Stuff

Largest Hawk Volleyball crowd gathered for the game with Wimberley

Largest Hawk Volleyball crowd gathered for the game with Wimberley

 
Standings and District 26-4A Recap:
 Teams        W    L    Pct     District 26-4A   W    L    Pct    GB
 Wimberley   29    8   .784     Wimberley        8    0  1.000    --
 CL Hawks    26    9   .743     CL Hawks         6    1   .857    1 1/2
 Cuero       21    8   .724     Navarro          5    3   .625    3
 Navarro     25   12   .676     La Vernia        4    4   .500    4
 Yoakum      16   16   .500     Cuero            2    5   .286    5 1/2
 La Vernia   11   24   .314     Yoakum           2    6   .250    6
 Gonzales     1   19   .050     Gonzales         0    8   .000    8

 This Week's Games:
 Tue. Oct 7     La Vernia   Beat   Yoakum      3-0
                Navarro     Beat   Cuero       3-0
                Wimberley   Beat   Gonzales    3-0
                CL Hawks    Bye

 Fri. Oct. 10   CL Hawks    Beat   Yoakum      3-1
                Wimberley   Beat   Navarro     3-1
                La Vernia   Beat   Gonzales    3-0
                Cuero       Bye

District Recap and Hawk Stuff:

Wimberley made their statement last week as they put a whipping on the Hawks and took the inside track for their 16th straight district championship.

Canyon Lake and Navarro have put some distance between them and three other teams that look to be fighting it out for that fourth playoff spot.

This Week’s big game will be in Wimberley as Navarro will battle the Texans and try to derail a team that will be a solid favorite for their next six district games.

Yoakum, La Vernia and Cuero beat each other and find themselves a collective 2 games away from Navarro.

That will make the La Vernia and Yoakum game on Tuesday an interesting contest as Yoakum beat the Bears in that first round. La Vernia will need a win in order to even that score for tie breakers as this second half of district gets started.

One of CL’s toughest games in that first round was against Yoakum and this time they will play the Bulldogs on the road and a win will put a good hold for a playoff spot unless their wheels fall off.

Yes, that did happen last year, but the Hawks only had one win during the first round and would have needed some magic to change their plight.

Go Hawks!!

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Hawk Stuff:

Canyon Lake kept their second place spot in District 16-4A when they went five sets in their win over La Vernia on Friday night.

The Hawks are now 2-1 on five set matches for this season and have matched their most wins for any season with 25.

That total was reached in CL’s second year when they reached the first round of playoffs and finished that season, 25-15. The Hawks finished third that year in district and there was only three teams that could qualify for a playoff chance in those days.

Canyon Lake was beaten by Devine in that first round in five sets after being down 2-0 and rallying to tie the contest up before losing 15-10 and a chance to go further.

Some names and numbers from the past that forged that historic campaign that was Canyon Lake’s first ever team to qualify for post season action.

 Game Leader Stats (which is not their total for that year)
 Name               Kills   Assists   Service Aces   Digs   Blocks
 Tira Chalk         223                               7     50
 Alyssa Drum        222                    34        228    19
 Ashley Biering     100                    44        180     3
 Tiffany Tschoepe    32        3           10         13     1
 Katy Payne          29                    22         65
 Miki Roberts                780           22         11     7
 Jessica Watson                            12        170
 Caitlyn Valadez                            8         13
 Alex Henderson                                       17
 Missy Romero                               9
 Sara Wozniak                                                1

Now Canyon Lake will embark on the second half of their district contests with hopes of setting new benchmarks.

1) Chance of finishing higher than 3rd in district play
2) Chance of going further than the first round in playoffs
3) Chance of having the most win total in their history. They are tied now with 25.
4) Chance of finishing season with fewest losses. Standing at 9 losses now & 15 is that barrier.
5) Have already set goals for future teams with a 10 game winning streak.
6) Finishing on the platform in all three pre-district tournaments.
7) Most matches with sweep. (2-0 & 3-0 games) Have 20 and previous best was ’09 team with 13.
8) Being ranked 20th in the State according to Texas Girls Coaches Association.
9) If Canyon Lake can win their last three home games, then they would finish with an .800 percentage beating the 2009 percentage of .769. That Hawk team was 10-3 that season.

Present Team Leaders in games for this season: (all stats are not recorded for publication after each game just the girls who led in that particular department in that one game)

These stats have before district game numbers and then The ReSporter has added the Leaders as district is being played.

 Name                Kills   Assists  Service Aces   Digs   Blocks & Assist
 Bailey Drum         461        1           17       260        19
 Addison Farley      280        2            6        80         8
 Regan Mickey        103      986           18        80        15
 Lillie Sander        55        3           23        35        43
 Mariah Ellis         36        6           44       212
 Hannah Wunderlich    37       20           26        28         1
 Alexis Robinson      33        3            5        20        35
 Grace Allen          23        3            1        10         2
 Ashyn Hubertus       15        3            6        24         2
 Destini Riccio        8        1                      8         8
 Hayley Melone         5        3           31       473
 Jessica Moore         3        3            1        25
 Kacee Vrana           2        1                     68