Standings, Volleyball | November 1, 2015

Hawks Volleyball Prepare for Fun Time of Season

Alexis Robinson getting it done

  Alexis Robinson getting it done against Gobblers

Final District 26-4A Standings and Playoff Schedule
 Season       W   L    Pct            District      W   L    Pct
 CL Hawks    33   8   .805            CL Hawks     12   0  1.000
 Navarro     36  10   .783            Navarro      10   2   .818
 La Vernia   24  19   .558            La Vernia     7   5   .583
 Cuero       18  17   .514            Wimberley     6   6   .500
 Wimberley   17  18   .486            Cuero         5   7   .417
 Yoakum      11  30   .268            Yoakum        2  10   .182
 Gonzales     3  25   .107            Gonzales      0  12   .000

                         This Week’s Games
       Nov. 2  CL Hawks     3-0    Taylor
               Navarro      3-1    Burnet
               La Vernia    3-1    Salado

       Nov. 3  Wimberley    3-2    Liberty Hill

       Nov. 5  Columbus     3-2    Navarro
               La Vernia    3-0    Needville

       Nov. 6  Canyon Lake  vs.    Sealy
               Wimberley    vs.    El Campo

                  Tournament Bracket
 CL Hawks
               CL Hawks
 Taylor        Area
 Sealy                   Quarterfinal
 __________    Sealy
 Liberty Hill                         Semifinal
 __________     Wimberley
 __________     El Campo
 El Campo

Teams will be fighting in earnest to keep their season going starting this Monday, November 2nd as the 4A Division will have 128 teams in the dance for a chance of playing at Curtis Culwell Center in Garland Texas.

The Hawks have to get through the Region IV schools that span from Liberty Hill to the Valley.

On the Bracket above, The ReSporter has the 16 teams that will be battling for a chance to continue playing in a Regional Semifinal game in San Antonio at the Blossom Athletic Center.

Exciting times as your Hawks have a legit opportunity of making more noise as they have proven through their hard work of what is possible.

There will be many quality teams this next three weeks and Canyon Lake will be up in the echelon of those teams after some decent competition throughout this year’s schedule.

That La Grange road win is a game that is shining bright as the Leopards are ranked above the Hawks in the Texas Girls Coaches Rankings and will be coming out of Region III.

Beating Navarro twice also raised some eyebrows as well as winning a game against 6A Clemens who just swept Smithson Valley for a third place tiebreaker in their district.

A road win over Fredericksburg was fun based on having a goose egg in wins over the Billies a former district foe.

Liberty Hill won their district and CL might have a chance of meeting the Panthers in San Antonio. That win against LH was the first game this season and so many changes have transpired through these last couple of months.

In a nutshell, there is no room to mark a win at this time of the year, since a flat game could mean a flat tire going home.

Canyon Lake will have a 20 game winning streak going into their game with Taylor this Monday night and a Hawk Nation Crowd would be a great way to start this road to Garland Tour.

Go Hawks!!