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The Hawk Volleyball team swept the Smithville Tigers on Friday night as CL reached 5 wins for the year and await their next home game against Johnson City this Tuesday.
Mountain Valley has always been that last step for potential athletes ready to see what can be done when they are ready to start their last 4 years of school and compete in sports.
Canyon Lake Broadcasting (CBL) will be starting their 2nd Year tonight when the CL Hawks meet
Blanco for the first game for this year.
The Link is on the Home Page and below.
Looking forward to a good year covering the Hawks.
Canyon Lake’s Softball Team had a chance to play a game against the Lady Hawk’s from days gone by as the the Alumni game was enjoyed by all on a Saturday with food and honoring two former students.
This was a Saturday game that allowed the Softball and Canyon Lake High School a chance to pay respects for two recent events.
The loss of Heather St. John to cancer last August 15, 2016 and Megan Browning who lost her life in a car accident this past January 15, 2017.
Both of these young ladies had played Softball as well as other sports during their time at Canyon Lake.
Megan Browning and Heather St. John were both teammates during Canyon Lake’s playoff run in 2011 and many of these alumnus ladies knew and played with Browning and St. John while in high school.
Canyon Lake will be taking on a former district opponent when the Hawks match up with the Navarro Panthers this
Tuesday starting at 6:30pm.
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Go Hawks and Beat the Panthers!!
Canyon Lake Golf won their first tournament when they traveled to Navarro and out gunned 9 other schools, scoring a 368 at the Chaparral Course.
Garrett Winters scored the best round and 3rd overall with a 78, while Skyler Tschoepe carded just three strokes more 81.
Jericho Anderson 98 Sam Sheppard 111 Bennie Brownlee 112
Finished out the Hawk scoring.
Navarro, Blanco, La Vernia, Gonzales, Cole, Kenedy, Stockdale, Randolph, and Marion were the other schools entered.
This will be a good indicator for District 26-4A as Navarro, Gonzales, and La Vernia are in the same district with Canyon Lake.
The Boys will be in action, February 25 in Seguin’s Tournament at Starcke Park course.
Canyon Lake’s Girls played at Starcke Park on February 18 and only had two participants as Sam York scored 119 and Kyndle Smith finished with 132.
The Lady Hawks will be in action again on February 24, when they travel to Blanco Tournament at Vaaler Creek.
Canyon Lake’s Volleyball season came to a close last Thursday in Smithville when the upstart Sealy Tigers took a bite out of these Hawks, 25-22, 25-22, 27-25.
“This was a tough battle from the very beginning,” Head Coach Kimberley Paisley said. “We did not do a good job of executing and did not go downside well.
The Hawk’s ‘Bucket List’ year has come to a close as this three set match seemed like a five set affair with Sealy looking just better than this Hawk club.
Sealy opened play with a 7-2 lead, when CL had a tying six point serve and tied game at eight all.
Addison Farley was called on on that rally as she responded with four kills to help in bring the Hawks back into the game.
After another mini run by the Tigers, CL could not get closer than two points, when they fought back to a 21-23 score.
This sequence would be the same story same verse for the remainder of the next two sets as CL did find themselves with their biggest lead in the second set, when they raced to an 8-3 lead and matched that lead again when they had an 11-5 lead moments later.
The ReSporter would like to say Thank-you to our Picture Takers: Michelle Hight, Robin McCleary, Karen Holmes, Lori Ellis, and Phil MeloneSunday, September 14th, 2014
The Bracken Warriors won a much needed road game on Thursday night at Marble Falls Faith, 35-34.
The game kept fans on the edge of their seats as the final seconds ticked down and smiled on the Warriors.
“Exciting for the fans but nothing either coach will be using as a training aid for future teams,” Head Coach James Johnson said. “We had a very good effort defensively but not much of anything positive to say about the offensive execution.”
With a halftime deficit of seven points, the Warriors came out with a defensive effort Coach Johnson spoke of, “I thought we defended well and that was what saved us.” (more…)