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Game Article, Water Polo | September 28, 2023

CL Hawk’s Water Polo Marko up Smithson Valley, 20-7


                Levi Garner scores 9 goals in win over Smithson Valley.
(Photo by Daniel Clifton)


Canyon Lake’s Boys Water Polo will have one more regular season battle against Davenport before going into their first playoff game against one of these 3 schools, Lehman-Johnson-Hays.

                          GO HAWKS!!

CL’s district has 2 more teams than their Bi-District counterparts and so Davenport will draw a bye in that first round. That means, The Lake, will play the 2nd place school from those 3 teams above.

In Tuesday’s battle with Smithson Valley the Hawks swam away from SV outscoring these Rangers, 20-7.

During their first round contest, Canyon Lake beat SV, 5-0 and with a Hawk team that continues to gel as this season matures a 13 goal win speaks volumes in that improvement category.

The Lake could have treaded water in that 2nd half as your Hawks had already scored more goals than the Rangers would garner for the game as SV’s final total would be 5 goals.

          Make a Deposit & Go Hawks!!

Levi Garner continues to lead CL and finished with 9 goals while Cole Coffee brewed up an impressive 3 goals with 2 assists.

Tristan Evans upped that stat line scoring 3 goals without a miss with 3 assist along with one steal.

Milo Martin-Rider was the other Hawk without a miss scoring 2 goals with a team leading 5 assists. A total of 7 Hawks were able to contribute at least one or more assist showing a good sign for a team aspect of 70% of the goals came from those Hawk assists.

Canyon Lake will be scoreboard watching as this time next week CL’s Bi-District opponent will be a clearer picture of which team they will face.

Macey Gill helped the lady Water Polo finish their first year in grand fashion. Way to Go Lady Hawks!! (photo by Daniel Clifton)

Your Hawks have won 2 games against Johnson this season and Lehman’s common opponent was a loss to Warren, 11-12. CL played Warren to a tie before the game was called due to lightning earlier this campaign.

For Hays, the common denominator being Canyon High School and both schools were on the losing side of the pool.

Canyon beat Hays, 15-8 while beating your Hawks 15-11 in that first outing and then swept the Lake, 17-8 in their final contest.

Fun times ahead for Water Polo and Let’s Go Hawks!!




                   1  2  3  4  Final
CL Hawks           5  4  6  5  20
Smithson Valley    0  3  3  1   7

                  Shots  Goals Assist Steals Saves
Greyson Patton      0      1     1      0     10
Chief Rendon        2      1     1      0
Cole Coffee         2      3     2      1
Tim Walbeck         0      0     1      0
Tristan Evans       0      3     3      1
Levi Garner         9      9     1      1
Milo Martin-Rider   0      2     5      0
Total                13      19     14      3      10