Clark Cougar Sports

FORMER COOGS DIG TRENCHES; PLAYERS WIN

by on Jun.25, 2012, under Alumni, Football

Workers replace divots after tournament

The Clark Texas Football Club (CTFC) held it’s annual Re-Landscaping Charity Outing, also known as a golf tournament, supporting college scholarships for current football players.   Rusty Belden, Bryce Belden, Geoff Bezuidenhout and Kenny Hogan took 1st for the second year in a row while Jason Belden, Omar Medina, Travis Ratliff and Michael Damolin grasped 2nd place.  Jesse Garcia earned a Closest-to-the-Pin award and Gary Turner had the longest drive with a 745 yd. missile (unconfirmed…).  Kevin Miles, the first CTFC scholarship winner and this year’s winners, Kweku Larbie and Roger Lamar, attended along with Coach Lloyd Alexander and many others.

CTFC is a nonprofit organization that promotes camaraderie among former players, coaches and fans of the Clark Cougar football program.  This coming year, activities are planned, including a tailgate, in order to support the cause.  You can find out more here or on Facebook.


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