THIS WEEK @ CANYON LAKE October 9-October 12 Tue Oct. 9 CL Hawks @ District Meet am Cross Country CL Hawks @ Fall Novice Tourn Boys Golf CL Freshman @ Boerne 500p Volleyball CL Hawks JV @ Boerne 500p Volleyball CL Hawks @ Boerne 600p Volleyball Thu Oct. 11 CL Freshman @ Taylor 500p Football CL Hawks JV @ Taylor JV 700p Football Fri Oct. 12 Llano Freshman @ CL Freshman 500p Volleyball Llano Varsity @ CL Hawks Varsity 500p Volleyball Llano JV @ CL Hawks JV 600p Volleyball Taylor @ CL Hawks 730p Football =================++++++++++++++++================++++++++++++
Canyon Lake had light schedule this past week with Football enjoying their mid-season bye week. During the last two seasons this break had come late in the season due to an uneven amount of schools that were the district.
The Hawks have not lost and will now try to repeat that same mantra for the next 5 weeks and if that quest can be met then CL would be a No. 1 seed for the 2nd year in a row with their another District Championship.
Taylor will be the first hurdle and this has proven to be a tough out for the Hawks and the Coaches can show you their bruises from those previous years of set-backs.
Those heart-breaking years spanned 3 years until the Hawks were able to break that jinx in a win last year on the Duck’s home field.
Don’t be lazy and be sure to make the Nest this Friday and come early to support this year’s Volleyball team.
Canyon Lake will be in their 2nd round of contests and are presently in 2nd place chasing Wimberley. This Friday the Hawks will be hosting the Llano Yellowjackets.
This Tuesday will be the first battle as The Lake will travel to Boerne which was a very tight contest in the first round. A win would be a good start for a head of steam to run the table and win their second district championship if that becomes a truism.
Cross Country will be the first Fall Sport to finish with their District 28-4A Meet this Tuesday. Some of the same cast of characters for CC as Bandera/Fredericksburg/Boerne have been tough these past few years and some unknowns for Llano and Wimberley.
The Hawks will hope to bring some surprises this season and hopefully get some student’s qualified for that next round.