What: Athletic Physicals Where: Competition Gym, Canyon Lake High School When: Thursday, May 10th Time: Starting at 4:15pm Cost: $25, Checks need to be made payable to New Braunfels Sports Medicine. Who Needs One? 1. All athletes every year. 2. Comal ISD athletic policy dictates all athletes need a new physical every year prior to participation.
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The ReSporter: What are some of the things the Hawk Nation can expect for the Sophomore Season with Canyon Lake Broadcasting (CLB) this year?
Cory Martelli: “CLB will be expanding this year for the Hawk season and we join forces with you Don- the Hilltop newspaper. We will have interviews both live and prerecorded with the coaching staff this year as well as faculty and student athletes. We will also have live videos posted on the hill top newspaper. There will also be live interviews with many of the sponsors. Furthermore, we will be interviewing opposing coaches on the road and here at home in the CL crib.” (more…)
Canyon Lake’s Softball team fizzled out in their last tournament, played in San Marcos, as their first day of competition was their last day of play.
Those first round games were allotted a 55 minute time limit which had those contests being decided on some occasions with players in the line-up having just one trip to the plate.
The result of those contests will not be wins or losses since there would not be enough innings to qualify for an official game.
Case and point was Canyon Lake’s win over Fredericksburg. A win but not really as both teams were only a run apart when time was called and the Hawks coming to the plate in the bottom of the 3rd inning.
It would remind you of having your hair washed and then the hair stylist sending you outside because too much time elapsed. Not a pretty sight to say the least.
Canyon Lake’s Football team had their awards banquet last Thursday and announced the all-district and other accolades for a team that finished the highest in district since the school started in 2008 season.
That 2nd Place finish has left some unfinished business for Canyon Lake when next ye
ar starts in August.
Canyon Lake did have young man who excelled and those long awaited mentions are below.
A final record of 7-4 had the Hawks needing one more win to match the best campaign in CL’s history when the 2011 team had an 8-2 final tally.
Heath McDonough made All-District on offense as well as defensive side of the ball. You could also add a decent punt return for a touchdown on special teams but not good enough for a district mention on that front.
The ReSporter has other jobs and would like to know if any readers would like an opportunity to go skiing this coming March during the Spring Break.
You can go to the proposal by punching this address below:
This mountain is in Colorado and there are so many things to do besides skiing/boarding that the family could go and enjoy many aspects than just skiing a mountain.
Canyon Lake Volleyball had another banner year with accolades from their District 28-4A foes.
This season, Sam York was voted Defensive MVP for this year’s district contests.
Regan Mickey, Faith Hasness, and Anna Bettersworth were also awarded 1st Team All-District honors.
Another testament to how well this team raised the bar this season to go along with a Hawk Team that has ascended to one of the best.
Congrats and here are the 1st, 2nd, and Honorable Mentions Athletes for this years’ District Awards.
Football’s Defensive Top 3 Tackles Tackles for Loss Sack Parker Reno 46 Parker Reno 7 Ricard Rosas 4 Grayson Lee 45 Grayson Lee 5 Dylan Compton 2 Austin Brooks 35 Richard Rosas 5 Kenneth Jowers 1 Grayson Lee 1 Jacob Ucinski 1 Joshua Almond 1 Fumbles Caused Fumble Recovered Interceptions Richard Rosas 2 Austin Brooks 3 Caimen McDonough 2 Ross Snowden 2 CJ Parrish 1 Colton McDonald 1 Austin Brooks 2 Trenton Lorett 1 Jackson Neel 1 Dylan Compton 2 Kenneth Jowers 1 Austin Brooks 1 Dylan Compton 1 Heath McDonough 1 Pass Breakup Block Kick Trenton Lorett 4 Caimen McDonough 1 Heath McDonough 3
The ReSporter will go over what is known about 14-4A schools as the district football schedule starts up this Friday.
What we know: Boerne is a good passing team but what might be overlooked is how well of a defensive squad they are and how that will win many games for these Greyhounds.
In Boerne’s last contest with Wimberley they had their worst showing on that side of the ball in giving up 385 yards. What is even more of an eye opener is how well the Texans rushed in this game totaling 255 yards on the ground.
In their two losses, the Greyhounds defense gave up 280 or more in yardage. The Hawks can vouch for how tough Wimberley was to handle on both sides of the ball and the Texans rush defense had the Hawks relying on special teams and a passing game for points.
In Boerne’s first game with Devine their defense gave up over 200 yards on the ground but could only muster 23 yards via the airways. That is how most games go for a slot-T team and this would be another capsule specimen to put under a microscope.
The ReSporter will be delving into a new venture as tomorrow CLB will be launched for the Hawk Nation.
Canyon Lake Broadcasting will be a Live Stream that you will be able to access from the Home Page on The ReSporter and tomorrow that adventure will start with a live stream for Canyon Lake Junior Varsity game with Blanco.
The Varsity games will presently be for all the away games starting this Friday for the game in Blanco.
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By Cory Martelli
The 2016 CLHS Varsity football season got underway Friday night in the usual August format; HOT! Temperatures to start the game as the field had to be in triple digits and the Texas heat spread across the fruited plains ushered in a long sought after football season to begin anew.
The Smithville Tigers came calling on Friday afternoon into Canyon Lake in the sweltering heat to find about 250 fired up Hawk fans waiting to greet them.
The Hawks met the Tigers last year in the regular season in Smithville and earned a win. The key words there in that sentence was “last year.”