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Football, Game Article | September 14, 2019

Football: Hawks Get Shell Shocked in Loss to Wimberley, 45-7

Canyon Lake High School Swingman / Safety Jeremy Greene (#7) returns punt running head long into a herd of Texans.rr[Photo Credit: Mark Robinson / MJR Photography / www.mjrphotog.com]

Canyon Lake laid an egg during Homecoming night against Wimberley in grand fashion losing, 45-7.

“Wimberley came ready to play,” Head Coach Charley Drum started. “They are a good team and they ‘out physicaled’ us…we have not been ‘out-physicaled’ like that in a long time and I think that shocked our kids.”

                    Go Hawks!!

Coach Drum continued, “They had a great game plan and we are young but we have to learn from this and we have things to figure out.”

The game started with the Hawks forcing a Texan punt, which would be the only punt formation used for the rest of this night.

The Hawks responded with the same, 3 play and punt, with no damage by either team in this defensive Battle of the Backbone.

But that backbone would become a chicken wish-bone quickly as the Texans’, wish was granted, with a one play 64 yard pass play from Wimberley’s QB Cooper McCollum to Josh Limely touchdown.

The Texans would repeat and rinse 4 more times after Canyon Lake gave up 5 passing touchdowns with one rushing TD for grins in this loss.

So it was a night where Wimberley would have wishes granted (many times) while your Hawks stayed under a ladder on a Friday the 13th while a black cat crossed a yard line in front of the hapless Hawks. The 456 yards given up was 15th place for the most yardage allowed in a game.

The 219 yards gained, offensively, would be placed with that same number, as the 15th worse offensive night in Hawk history. With both sides of the ball having a fruitless night which tells a story of domination that was dished out by a Wimberley team that will have the Devil’s Back-Bone Trophy for the next 12 months.

                       Go Hawks!

Canyon Lake did have one explosive play when James Bates broke free for a 68 yard run that would lead up to the Hawks only score when Peyton McMullen found Kyle Yuill in the back of the end zone for a score. But that was way too little too late to make any difference in the outcome.

The Hawks will have to get back up and ready for another road game in Smithville. The ReSporter just checked and found that this next game will be Friday on the 20th and not 13th. Now CL will need to work on how to break those wish-bones to help re-align the earth’s axis for a better results next week.

Go Hawks!!

 

               1  2  3  4   Final
Wimberley     14 14 14  3   45
Canyon Lake    0  0  0  7   07
Scoring Summary:
WT- Limely 64 yard pass from McCollum (Jimenez kick), 7:05, 1st
WT-Marshall 35 yard pass from McCollum (Jimenez kick), 0:57, 1st
WT- Wray 8 yard run (Jimenez kick), 7:23, 2nd
WT-Limely 8 yard pass from McCollum (Jimenez kick), 0:27, 2nd
WT-Watts 62 yard pass from McCollum (Jimenez kick), 6:17, 3rd
WT-Wray 41 yard pass from McCollum (Jimenez kick), 1:25, 4th
WT-Jimenez 33 yard field goal, 9:49, 4th
CL-Kyle Yuill 5 yard pass from Peyton McMullen (Nash Young kick), 7:06, 4th

Team Stats          Texans    Hawks
Total Yards         456       219
First Downs         19        9
Rush/Yards          28/134    39/188
Comp/Att/Int        15/18/0   4/13/0
Passing Yards       322       31
Punts/Average       1/24.0    5/24.4
Fumbles/Lost        3/1       0/0
Penalties-Yards     7-80      10-75

Passing             Comp  Att   Pct   Yds  Int  TD
Peyton McMullen     4     13   .307   31   0    1

Rushing             Att   Yds   Ave   TD
James Bates          4    74   18.5   0
Nic Rivera          10    33    3.3   0
Derek Wiatrek        9    32    3.6   0
Daniel Neal          1    24   24.0   0
Ryan Rivali          3     9    3.0   0
Ethan Slater         4     8    2.0   0
Peyton McMullen      7     6    0.9   0
Jesse Horner         1     2    2.0   0

Receiving           No    Yds   Ave   TD
Derek Wiatrek        2    20   10.0   0
Kyle Yuill           2    11    5.5   1