Tag: Cal Harr
Clark senior point guard Adam Perez was named District 27-5A MVP for the 2011-12 basketball season. Perez led the Cougars to the Regional Finals, and was also named 1st Team All District. Senior center John Chapman was named to the All District 2nd Team.
As dominating as they were on the court the Cougars are even more so in the classroom. Perez and Chapman are joined by seniors Austin Conlin, Cal Harr, Carter Josephs and Troy Ogletree on the 1st Team All Academic Team for NISD and Jacob Huston was named to the 2nd Team All Academic. That grand total of 7 outstanding student athletes outpaced all other NISD teams.
The Clark girls also received accolades for their work on the court and in the classroom. Junior Kristen Lye was named to the 1st Team All District squad and Junior Donna Matthews was named 2nd Team All District. The best news is clearly that both Lye and Matthews will return next year!
Clark also placed four senior girls on the NISD All Academic Teams. Sara Baum, Lyndsay Lyda and Ashley Salinas were named to the 1st Team and Hannah Garcia to the 2nd Team.
Another proud moment in Clark, Texas! Congratulations to everyone!
Clark girls basketball rolled to an important win over Warren on Wednesday that leaves them tied with Brandeis for 4th place in district with three games remaining. The 49-44 win over Warren was led by Donna Matthews who had 15 points and Kristen Lye with 10 points and 15 rebounds. Trei Torain had 8 points and Ashley Salinas added 6. The Cougars have an 18-11 season record and are 8-5 in district. Next up is Stevens on Friday at 7:30 in the gym at O’Connor.
The Clark boys lost a heartbreaker to Warren on Tuesday 65-62 in overtime. Adam Perez had 17 points, Cal Harr 13 and Travis Matthews had 12 in the effort. The boys are now in 3rd place with 5 games remaining in a tight 27-5A race. They take on Stevens at 6:00 on Friday at o’c.
GO GET ‘EM COOGS!!!
Clark boys basketball started the new season with a decisive 62-42 win over Roosevelt on Monday night. The Cougars were led by senior Niko Maxwell with 12 points and Antonian transfer Justin Brickman, younger brother of Clark alums Jordan and Jason, who also had 12. Adam Perez put up 9 points followed by Shawn Gulley with 8 and Travis Matthews with 6. Other Cougars scoring were John Chapman, Carter Josephs, Mkhael Swaidan, Jake Lindsey and Cal Harr.
The Cougars head to the prestigious Texas Invitational Tournament in Pasadena on Thursday where they will compete against some of the best teams in the state.
The Clark boys basketball team won their bi-district game against Corpus Christi Carroll 80-71 on Tuesday night in Victoria. Clark was led this time by Niko Maxwell who had 18 points. Guard Adam Perez had 14 points and seniors Ansley Benjamin and Jacob Palacios added 12 points each. Jake Chapman joined in the scoring with 10 followed by Carter Josephs, Kyle Rutledge, Cal Harr and John Chapman.
The 24-8 Cougars will take on Madison in the second round. Date and location TBA.
WAY TO GO COOGS! BEAT MADISON!
The 9th ranked Clark boys basketball team got their new season off to a positive start with a 59-43 thrashing of Roosevelt. Jacob Palacios led the scoring with 13, followed closely by Adam Perez, who had 12. Niko Maxwell added 8 points and Kyle Rutledge had 7. Also contributing points tonight were Jake Chapman, Cal Harr, Chance Villareal, Carter Josephs and Shawn Casons. The Cougars jumped out to a 16-4 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.
Next up is a first for Clark basketball – a trip to the McDonald’s Texas Invitational Tournament in Pasadena. Touted as the biggest tourney in the state and one of the largest of its kind in the country, the Texas Invitational attracts many of the state’s top ranked teams among the 48 boys teams and 32 girls teams from across the state. District 27-5A will be well represented with three schools in the mix – Clark, Taft and Warren. Tournament play begins on Thursday.
The freshman men’s basketball team clinched their 14th victory in district with a 70-53 win over Brandeis. They have only 1 district loss this year. Scoring for the guys were:
This time, it was the Holmes Huskies who fell to the Clark Cougars freshman men’s basketball team. Adam Perez led the scoring with 22 points. The final score was Clark 60 – Holmes 43.
Adam Perez 22
Chris Miller 15
John Chapman 8
Carter Josephs 5
Troy Ogletree 5
Cal Harr 3
Ryan Cover 2
The Freshman “A” team put another win on the board, this time against Taft. The final score was Clark 73-Taft 67. Chris Miller scored 23, Adam Perez put in 20, Cal Harr added 14, Carter Josephs shot for 8, Troy Ogletree contributed 4, and John Chapman had 4 as well.