THIS WEEK @ CANYON LAKE
THIS WEEK @ CANYON LAKE January 8th-12th Tue Jan 8 Wimberley Fr @ CL Hawks Green 500p Girls Basketball Wimberley JV @ CL Hawks Gold 500p Girls Basketball CL Hawks JV @ Liberty Hill JV 500p Boys Soccer Wimberley @ CL Hawks 615p Girls Basketball CL Hawks @ Liberty Hill 630p Boys Soccer Thu Jan 10 CL Hawks @ I-10 Shootout TBD Girls Soccer Fri Jan 11 CL Hawks @ I-10 Shootout TBD Girls Soccer CL Hawks Green @ Llano Freshman 500p Girls Basketball Llano Freshman @ CL Hawks Fresh 500p Boys Basketball CL Hawks Gold @ Llano JV 500p Girls Basketball Llano JV @ CL Hawks JV 500p Boys Basketball Burnet @ CL Hawks JV 500p Boys Soccer CL Hawks @ Llano 615p Girls Basketball Llano @ CL Hawks 630p Boys Basketball Austin McMallum @ CL Hawks 700p Boys Soccer Sat Jan 12 CL Hawks @ I-10 Shootout TBD Girls Soccer +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Canyon Lake’s Soccer teams got going last week and there was only one score The ReSporter could find before this writing and that was a Hawk Boy’s win over Gonzales, 8-1 in a game at the Apache’s Tournament.
A good first scrimmage and you will see that this Hawk group might be primed for a good season.
“The majority of our starters were Sophomores on that State run team 2-years ago,” Head Coach Ryan Tierney calculated. “Damico, Lorett, Bell, Carpenter, James, and Young were all on that team…Add DeLeon, Sczech, and Nelson to that line-up and we are pretty solid.”
A good start and only time will tell.
Basketball is immersed in district contests now and the Lady Hawks went to Boerne and came back with a win over a solid school. That win was a good start to what should be a fun run for playoff spots.
That win over the Greyhounds evened the Girl’s All-Time Record with 145 wins and losses. If that trend continues, then Girl’s Basketball will join Softball and Volleyball as the 3 sports with that lofty stat since Canyon Lake started 10 years ago.
The Hawks will welcome Wimberley this Tuesday with both schools entering this game after opening their first district battle with a win.
Fredericksburg might have the favorite mantle after a solid 19-7 start in non-district and a win over Bandera as district will have two rounds of 5 games before crowning this year’s champion.
CL’s Boys Team have rebounded after a forgettable tourney in Fredericksburg and have now crafted a 3 game winning streak in an impressive fashion.
This year’s Boy’s Team are at or near the top in comparison to past Hawk years and that might encourage a trip to the Hawk Nest to take in some Basketball entertainment.
Top 5 Years Offensive Points Average Point Differential 2019 59.5 2019 +4.8 2010 53.7 2016 -1.1 2016 51.9 2017 -1.3 2017 51.1 2010 -3.2 2011 51.1 2013 -3.7 Assists Steals 2019 10.3 2019 11.3 2011 10.3 2014 9.8 2017 9.9 2010 9.6 2013 9.8 2016 9.2 2018 9.2 2011 9.1
Scoring more points with 6 per game and over a steal more per game and tied with 2011 for assist per game. But the point differential is the most important, in that, the Hawks have never averaged more points than what was scored on them.
A different team and style of play and District 28-4A will begin this Friday with a visit from Llano and a chance to qualify for their 4th straight season in the playoffs if they can take care of business.