News Release: 4/17/2019Canyon Lake High School Boys Varsity Soccer Team Makes School History, Wins R
The Canyon Lake High School Boys Varsity Soccer team just made school history with its win in the regional final on Saturday, April 13. The team now has its sights on playing in the 4A State UIL tournament Wednesday, April 17, in Georgetown.
The Hawks are set to play Midlothian Heritage at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday for the semi-final game in the 2019 Boys Soccer State Championship. The winner will move on to play in the final state championship game.
The varsity team won back-to-back regional games in order to make it to this competition, beating Gonzales 2-1, and then beating Progreso in the regional final with a score of 1-0.
“We are incredibly proud and excited for Coach Ryan Tierney and his soccer team,” says Liana Gombert, director of athletics for the Comal Independent School District. “Winning the regional tournament and advancing to the UIL State Soccer Tournament is a once in a lifetime accomplishment, and the 2019 boys soccer team is the first team in Canyon Lake High School’s history to earn a bid to the state tournament.”
The Hawks have a season record of 19 wins, five losses and two ties. The team consists of Brayden Damico, Shawn Bell, Jaren Marmolejo, Aaron Allmon, Matthew Bell, Jeremy Ammon, Michael Carpenter, Collin Pressgrove, Jorge De Leon, Joshua Sczech, Joshua Nelson, Dean Clark, Nash Young, Dillon Clark, Jacob Cronin, Andrew Pipkin, Josue Pina, Austin Stahura, Peter Schultz, Xavier Espinosa, Trenton Lorett, Mason James and Trenton Butler.
The team's head coach is Tierney; assistant coach is Chris San Miguel; manager is Skyler Hickman; and the trainer is Sadie Taylor.