Cross Country, Football, Tennis, Volleyball | September 27, 2020

THIS WEEK @ CANYON LAKE September 29-October 2nd

                                                      Hawks are focused in their win over Fredericksburg.              (photo by Karen Holmes)

               THIS WEEK     @     CANYON LAKE        September 29-October 2nd

Tue. 29th  CL Hawks          @     Fredericksburg     400p  Tennis
           CL Hawks Freshman @     Boerne Freshman    500p  Volleyball
           CL Hawks JV       @     Boerne JV          500p  Volleyball
           CL Hawks          @     Boerne             600p  Volleyball

Thu. 1st   CL Hawks Freshman @     Lake Belton        400p  Football
           Blanco JV         @     CL Hawks JV        600p  Football

Fri. 2nd   CL Hawks          @     Lampasas           600a  Cross Country
           Wimberley Fresh   @     CL Hawks Freshman  500p  Volleyball
           Wimberley JV      @     CL Hawks JV        500p  Volleyball
           Wimberley         @     CL Hawks           600p  Volleyball
            CL Hawks          @     Blanco             730p  Football


                   Go Hawks!!

Canyon Lake’s football team enjoyed a week off and will get back to action this week when they face their final non-district game against a familiar foe in Blanco.

The Hawk Freshman football team will be on the road in Belton since the Blanco Panther’s do not field a freshman only squad. That will pit the Hawks JV and Blanco JV on Thursday.

This will be the 5th game of the season which four of those endeavors have occurred on the road. The good news is knowing that next season there will be a lot of home cooking for varsity play.

Tennis will enter the final district foe when they travel to State Ranked Fredericksburg on Tuesday.

While Cross Country will be enjoying the scenery in Lampasas on Friday with an early 6am start.

The Hawks finished 7th place in the Wimberley XC Invitational with Kane Reyes 17:43.86 finished 10th place and Brian Clark, D.J. Menke, Rand Almond, Degan Miller, Reid Mentzer and Caleb Scoggin finished with an average time of 21:54.83 as a team.

Volleyball started their district play last week with a win over Fredericksburg and will have a road game in Boerne on Tuesday and then a battle with Wimberley this Friday. Two very important contests for a chance to continue their playoff run.

Newcomer Davenport is not competing in Varsity Volleyball, so that means only one team will be eliminated in the District 28-4A round-robin set of contests.

Having that win over the Billies to start district play will give CL a chance to control their own finish instead of relying on other schools to win during those later battles.

Way to Go Hawks!!