Girl’s Basketball Area Win over Sealy comes in 8th for Countdown
Girls Basketball Region win over Sealy will be next on this year’s Countdown coming in as #8 on the list.
“This was a huge win for us,” Head Coach Zach Burleson stated. “And it was like a lot of other games for us. Reagan (Heun) paced us throughout and we had a heck of a game from Jesse (Melendez) and Lainee (Moses). There was always somebody stepping up and making a big play. And that is what it takes to win playoff games like that.”
HAWK TOP 15 COUNTDOWN 15. Volleyball win over Wimberley in Bi-District 14. Girl’s Basketball beating Boerne Champion 13. Boy’s Basketball win over Wimberley 12. CL’s Football Bi-District win over Gatesville 11. Hawk Ladies Track & Field Season 10. Canyon Lake Football defeating an undefeated Boerne 9. Softball sweeping Navarro in their Bi-District contest 8. Girl’s Basketball Region win over Sealy
Canyon Lake had a magical year during their Lady Basketball season and making the 3rd round would be another high water mark after taking care of the Sealy Tigers.
This team was built with defense but there were enough on offense that helped this team to clear several hurdles during this run as the Ladies had not won a Bi-District battle yet and then clearing the bar in that next round was a major CL event.
Reagan Heun was one of those contributors that used her Senior leadership on the court and during the season.
Heun would end her Senior Year by making the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-State Team. “This is a basketball performance based on the top 40 players in Class 4A,” Head Coach Zach Burleson heaped praise. “It is a big deal because there are 32 districts and only 40 players get chosen.”
Canyon Lake now has two that have made this high altitude award as Heun joins Ashley Pfaff who made this same team back during her 2010 season.
Senior Year Stats Reagan Heun Ashley Pfaff Points 567 494 Assists 71 89 Rebounds 253 199 Steals 64 96 Blocks 16 29 Made Free Throws 197 153
Kudos for these two young ladies and Heun will be continuing her career when she goes up north to North Dakota State. From a Hawk to a Bison will be a chance to keep up with how she performs going to that next level.
This game with Sealy would see Canyon Lake with their defense taking control against a Tiger team was held to 8 points below their season average but this was nothing new for The Lake as they had lowered the offenses all season long when playing their opponents.
After holding the Tigers with a first quarter score, 12-3 Canyon Lake would never lose that lead as they coasted the remainder of this battle winning, 37-30.
Canyon Lake’s win was methodical and it continued their march through the season that had this group of ladies finishing their year (31-7) with 12 more wins than their pervious best during that 2010 season (19-10).
Enjoy going back a few months and relive the game: