Canyon Lake Hawk Football Fun Facts
**Of the 6 games that Canyon Lake has failed to score, half of those games came against teams that were a predominantly rushing offense, Navarro, Liberty Hill, and Blanco. Showing how a team that can run has a better understanding of the Slot-T offense.
**Canyon Lake’s 7 Defensive Shut-Outs have occurred since the 2016 season.
**Last season, Canyon Lake had 3 wins where the offense had their least amount of points scored that is ranked in the top-10 in games played. Two of those contests (Marble Falls 7pts and Blanco 10pts) rank 1st and 2nd.
**The 92 points scored aggregate with Lampasas ranked 3rd all-time in that category behind the 2015 Marion game (105 points) and Taylor (94 points) during the 2016 season. Both were losses. The Smithville battle this past campaign had (83 points) ranking at number 9 on that list.
**Blanco Panthers have 5 of the contests that rank as having the least points aggregate entrenched in the top 10 of Hawk games played.
Top 10 Least Points Aggregate 1. 07 Marble Falls 2019 Won 2. 10 Blanco 2019 Won 3. 14 Blanco 2015 Lost 4. 19 Blanco 2010 Lost 4. 19 Blanco 2013 Lost 6. 21 Liberty Hill 2009 Won 6. 21 Fredericksburg 2009 Won 6. 21 Blanco 2011 Won 9. 22 Marble Falls 2018 Won 10. 23 Weiss 2018 Won 10. 23 Fredericksburg 2015 Won
**Canyon Lake has a 33-8 record if they get 20 or more first downs in a contest.
**Canyon Lake has a 41-9 record if they hold opponents less than 300 yards of total offense.
**CL has an impressive, 56-14 record if they hold their opponents to less than a 5.5 yards per rushing attempt. (Since the 2009 season)
Conversely, the Hawks presently stand with a 9-30 record when an opponent gets to 5.9 yards per rushing play in a game.
**The longest Hawk winning streak reached 8 games during the 2017 campaign and had a 9 game losing streak starting in 2012 that stretched into 2013 season.
**The Hawks have had 23 contests with 2 or more running backs reaching the 100 yard plateau in the same contest. Compared to one game with two receivers hitting that same mark. That contest was a win over Llano during the 2009 season when Brody Wisdom (152 yards) and Eric Nelson (132 yards) were on a tear while QB Ross Wagliardo was throwing the rock.
**Canyon Lake presently has 40 scoring plays that covered 60 or more yards from the line of scrimmage. Five of those plays came last year.
5 Plays Scoring by 60 or More Yards last season. 1. James Bates 80 yds Rushing Smithville 2. Nic Rivera 75 yds Receiving Taylor QB Peyton McMullen 3. James Bates 72 yds Receiving Lampasas QB Peyton McMullen 4. Jeremy Greene 70 yds Receiving Lampasas QB Peyton McMullen 5. James Bates 69 yds Rushing Lampasas Top 5 All-Time Longest Scoring Plays 1. Chance Martelli 93 yds Receiving Wimberley QB Peyton McMullen 2. Austin Brennan 90 yds Rushing Blanco 3. Matt Magness 88 yds Receiving Luling QB Jeff Nabors 4. Austin Brennan 87 yds Rushing Billies 4. Trenton Lorett 87 yds Rushing Austin Reagan
Eleven Weeks before your Hawks travel the Devil’s Back-Bone to start their season against Wimberley.
Hope these tid-bit Stats were enjoyable and will help as we wait for practice to start in earnest in August.