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CL Hawks Clean Back Bone in Win over Texans, 33-14

Sunday, September 16th, 2018

         Tristan Chacon looking for space in win over Wimberley, 33-14.                (photo by Karen Holmes)

Canyon Lake brought the Back-Bone Trophy back home after disposing Wimberley, 33-14 as the Hawks won their first road contest against our neighbors to the north and start the season 3-0.

At the 6:44 mark of the 2nd quarter, Canyon Lake had totaled 12 yards of offense as Wimberley’s defense was in the Hawk’s huddle and this contest was starting to get long in the tooth.


CL Hawks Straighten the Back-Bone in Win over Wimberley

Friday, September 14th, 2018

Jacob Ruff finished with 222 yards in win over Wimberley. (this picture is from Weiss game)      (photo by Karen Holmes)


Canyon Lake brought the Back-Bone Trophy back home after disposing Wimberley 33-14 as the Hawks won their first road contest against our neighbors to the north.

This game was highlighted by a 93 yard pass play when Peyton McMullen found a wide open Chance Martelli for the score.

CL would showcase Jacob Ruff after a 222 yard rushing night that help cement the win scoring 3 touchdowns totaling 82 yards on those three scores.

The ReSporter will have a full write up on Sunday and Way to Go Hawks!!


           1  2  3  4  Final
CL Hawks   0 13  7 13  33
Wimberley  7  0  7  0  14
Scoring Summary:
WH-Colby Boyle 4 yard pass from Cooper McCollum (Kohls kick), 2:34, 1st
CL-Chance Martelli 93 yard pass from Peyton McMullen (run failed), 6:44, 2nd
CL-Jacob Ruff 21 yard run (Trenton Butler kick), 2:40, 2nd
CL-Caleb Almond 30 yard run (Trenton Butler kick), 10:55, 3rd
WH-Guy Kypuros 32 yard run (Kohls kick), 6:02, 3rd
CL-Jacob Ruff 22 yard run (pass failed), 8:10, 4th
CL-Jacob Ruff 39 yard run (Trenton Butler kick), 2:08, 4th

Team Stats           Texans     CLHawks
Total Yards          275        473
First Downs          16         19
Rush/Yards           25/149     43/374
Comp/Att/Int         18/34/0    2/6/0
Passing Yards        126        99
Punts/Average        6/36.5     3/37.0
Fumbles/Lost         2/2        1/1
Penalties-Yards      11-85      8-68

Passing              Comp  Att   Pct   Yds  Int  TD
Peyton McMullen      2     6    .333   99   0    1

Rushing              Att   Yds   Ave   Lg   TD
Jacob Ruff           12    222  18.5   55   3
Tristan Chacon       17     85   5.0   20   0
Caleb Almond          8     57   7.1   30   1
Connor Rose           4     14   3.5    8   0
Jacob Neel            1      6   6.0    6   0
Peyton McMullen       1    -10    —     —   0

Receiving            No    Yds   Ave   Lg   TD
Chance Martelli       1     93  93.0   93   1
Tristan Chacon        1      6   6.0    6   0

JV Hawks Can’t Finish in Loss to Wimberley, 36-20

Friday, September 14th, 2018

                        JV Hawks Recapping after hard fought loss to Wimberley.

Canyon Lake’s Junior Varsity could not mainstay their momentum after a barrage of rushing yardage by Wimberley in losing, 36-20 on Thursday night.


CL Hawks Take Weiss by Storm, 20-3

Friday, September 7th, 2018

Hawks helping Ref’s with Touchdown sign after Jacob Ruff sneaked over the goal line.        (photo by Karen Holmes)

Canyon Lake took the reins starting the 2nd Half and beat the Weiss Wolves by storm, 20-3 as the Hawks will ready themselves for their first road game in Wimberley next week.


Hawks Goose Egg the Mustangs, 22-0

Friday, August 31st, 2018

QB Peyton McMullen takes over reins on offense as a Sophomore.         (photo by Karen Holmes)

Canyon Lake scored all the points needed on a 5 play drive covering 56 yards to start this game and Connor Rose ran 19 yards to pay-dirt and a 7 point lead.

The Hawks added a 26 yard field goal off the foot of Trenton Lorett and finished off that first quarter with a 44 yard run by Jacob Ruff, 16-0


MFJV’s Defense Scores 2 TD’s in Win over Hawks, 24-21

Friday, August 31st, 2018

                     Patrick Almond plays Where’s Waldo on his Touchdown run against Marble Falls.


Canyon Lake won their game over Marble Falls if you don’t count defensive touchdowns. Since that rule has not made it through UIL protocol, then CL will count this first contest as a loss after a final score, 24-21.

“Our team played a great game against a good team,” Head JV Coach Robert Soza said. “Our defense played outstanding and we will need to have a good week of work in preparation for our next game.”


CL Hawk Freshman Miss Win by 2 Seconds to Marble Falls, 30-26

Friday, August 31st, 2018

                                                                   Coach Greene instructing for better results next week!

Canyon Lake’s Freshman Football team started their first game on the High School level with a loss after Marble Falls took this game with 2 seconds left on the clock for the victory, 26-30.

Up until that time, this Freshman Hawk team had survived a mistake ridden contest with a chance to come away with a hard fought win.


CL Hawks JV Win Barnburner Over Johnson City

Wednesday, August 29th, 2018

      Olivia Robinson and Sara Mefford teamed up in barnburner win over Johnson City.

Canyon Lake JV team was night and day different, in their win over Johnson City Eagles, sweeping the last two sets after starting this night with a less than inspiring start to the game.


Opening Curtain Next Friday after Final Scrimmage

Sunday, August 26th, 2018

            Senior Connor Rose using his speed in scrimmage with Orange Grove.

Canyon Lake had their final rehearsal on a Thursday in Cuero when they met Orange Grove at a neutral site for these two schools that are separated by 173 miles.

This rehearsal was a success with no broken legs (acting vernacular) after a short week of practice and an opening scrimmage with Cuero the week before.


CL Hawks Win Silver Bracket Consolation in Rattler Tourney

Saturday, August 25th, 2018

       Mariah Haight and Paige Bower still smiling after a long day of work during the Rattler Tourney.

Canyon Lake won Consolation in the Silver Bracket on Saturday after disposing Cal Allen in a two set sweep, 25-13 and 25-22 this past Saturday.

The Hawks finished their Rattler Tournament with a 4-2 record and now stand with an, 11-10 season record after their final tournament play for this season.