Tag: Carlos Sepulveda
The Clark boys soccer team took care of first round opponent Corpus Christi Carroll on Monday, winning 3-1. The Cougars got goals from Vinnie Guerrero, Jair Rodriguez and Romero Villalvazo. Carlos Sepulveda and Guerrero had assists on the goals. In fact, Guerrero finished the regular season as the assists leader in the San Antonio area with 23.
Next up for Clark is a showdown with Reagan on Thursday at 7:30 at NEISD’s Comalander Stadium. Come out and support your Cougars!
Clark’s girls and boys soccer teams spent spring break scoring goals and improving their records. The girls are now in playoff position with a 4th place standing in district and two games remaining. The Cougars beat Warren 3-1 on March 9th and Stevens 8-0 on March 13th. Scoring goals were Chloe Trevino (3), Frances Moore (2), Monique Rempel (2), Lexi Platz, Alyssa Jacobs, Briana Aguirre and Andi Poore. Obviously a lot of great defense in those two games as well.
The Clark boys remain in second place in district, just a hair away from Jay, who handed them their only loss of the season. The Cougars are 11-1-2 in district and jay is 10-0-3. Jay has three game remaining and the Cougars have two. The boys beat Warren 3-0 over spring break and Stevens 7-0 behind goals from Jair Rodriguez (3), Carlos Sepulveda (3), Yamil Alvarado (2), John Cintron and John Bruce. And again great defensive work by these Cougars!
Next games for soccer will be on March 23rd at Northside when they take on Holmes. Girls at 5:00 and boys at 7:00.
The beautiful game was just that for the Clark boys soccer team on Wednesday. The Cougars built a 4-0 halftime lead on their way to a 6-1 victory over the Broncos. Two Clark players found the back of the net not once, but twice – Chris Pantaleon and Manuel Garcia. Also scoring were Jair Rodriguez and Carlos Sepulveda. Yamil Alvarado and Romero Villalvazo had two assists each along with one each from Alex Martinez and John Cintron.
The Cougars district record is 9-1-1 with a big game against 27-5A leader Jay on Saturday at 2:00 at Farris. The Mustangs handed Clark its only loss of the season in the last 23 seconds of their game on January 31st.
Come out and support your Cougars on Saturday vs Jay – seven of the district’s top ten goal scorers will be on the field and four of them are Cougars!
The Clark boys soccer team exploded for 5 goals against Marshall on Friday while holding the Rams scoreless. The 5-0 victory included 2 goals by Carlos Sepulveda, and one each from Yamil Alvarado, Romero Villalvazo and Mario Perez. Villalvazo also had two assists in the game along with assists from Jair Rodriguez and John Cintron. The Marshall goalkeeper made 10 saves against a busy Clark attack. This brings the team’s district record to 8-1-1, they are 14-1-3 on the season. Next week they face a tough Brandeis team on Wednesday and then get a chance to avenge their only loss of the season against Jay on Saturday, March 3rd at Farris. Should be two great games!
The Clark girls came up short against Marshall losing 0-1. The girls are still in the playoff hunt, just a game out of 4th place with six games remaining in the the season.
The Clark boys and girls soccer teams added another notch to their respective win columns on Tuesday with victories over Taft. The girls won 3-2 with goals from Frances Moore, Monique Rempel and Chloe Trevino. Blair Socha helped it happen with 2 assists and goalkeeper Hollis Scheffler had six saves. Their district record is now 5-3-1.
In the boys game the Cougars won 5-3 with a goal and an assist each from Vinnie Guerrero, Yamil Alvarado and Manuel Garcia and goals from Alex Martinez and Tristan Cavazos. Romero Villalvazo and Carlos Sepulveda also had assists. The win brings their district record to 7-1-1.
Both teams play Marshall on Friday at Farris, the girls at 5:00 and boys following at 7:00.
The Clark girls soccer team is on a 4 game district win streak and the boys have won 3 district games in a row following their only loss of the season in the closing seconds against Jay last month. The girls have posted wins against Jay, Warren, Stevens and Holmes by a combined total of 10 goals to one. The goals have come from Blair Socha (3), Chloe Trevino (3), Monique Rempel, Andrea Romero, Alyssa Jacobs and Bridget Sumner with the tough Cougar defense taking care of the rest. The girls are now 4-2-1 in district play with a match against O’Connor on Friday at Farris at 5:00.
The Clark boys have been a scoring machine, taking the last three district games 14 goals to 2 against Warren, Stevens and Holmes. Netting goals for the Coogs in just those three district games were Jair Rodriguez, Yamil Alvarado (2), Romero Villalvazo, Chris Miller, Carlos Sepulveda (4), Alex Martinez, Manuel Garcia (2) and John Cintron. Clark is 6-1-0 in district. They play O’Connor on Friday at 7:00 at Farris.
Both Clark varsity basketball teams and soccer teams were victorious in their games in district play.
Perhaps the most dramatic win came as the boys basketball team was down by 2 points with :01 left in their overtime game with Holmes. Adam Perez floated a three pointer over the Huskie defense to give the Cougars a one point win 49-48. The boys are currently 3rd in the district standings with 3 games left on the schedule.
On the girls side, Donna Matthews led all scorers with 9 points as Clark easily defeated the Huskies 44-27. The win gives the Cougars a 19-12 record. A Clark win in their final game combined with Jay losses in their next two games keeps the Cougars’ playoff hopes alive.
Blair Socha and Chloe Treviño each had a goal to lead the Clark girls soccer team over Warren 2-1. On the boys side, a 5-2 blowout of the Warriors led by Carlos Sepulveda’s hat trick gave the boys an easy win.
Clark boys soccer notched another district win on Tuesday, beating Marshall 4-0. Goals came from the feet of Jair Rodriguez, Vinnie Guerrero and Yamil Alvarado who had two – Carlos Sepulveda had two assists. This follows a weekend of tournament play in Boerne’s Hill Country Shoot Out where they beat Lee and Boerne Champion and tied last year’s State Semifinalist Brownsville Porter in a 3-3 scorefest and Austin’s St Stephens 1-1.
The Clark boys are now 7-0-2, ranked second in the San Antonio area and now recognized nationally with a fresh appearance in the ESPN Fab 50 High School rankings at #50 – the only San Antonio school in the rankings.
The Clark girls continue to play tough, battling Marshall to a 2-2 tie on Tuesday. Cougar goals came from Alyssa Jacobs and Briana Saldana with an assist from Blair Socha. District play continues at noon on Saturday with a Farris stadium showdown against Brandeis – the boys game follows at 2:00.
GO COOGS!!! BEAT BRANDEIS!!!
Clark girls and boys soccer got district play underway early with a match up against Taft. The boys came out strong with a 4-0 thrashing of the Raiders – three of the four goals came in the first half. Scoring for the Coogs were Jair Rodriguez, Vinnie Guerrero, Carlos Sepulveda and Manual Garcia. Guerrero had three assists in the Clark scoring barrage.
The girls lost a close one to the Raiders 1-2. Lexi Platz had the goal off a Chloe Trevino assist.
Tournament play continues through this weekend for both teams.
The Clark boys soccer team cranked up the scoring to finish the New Braunfels tournament with a 3-0 record. After defeating Boerne Champion 1-0 on Friday the Cougars beat Pflugerville Connally 4-0 in the first game on Saturday and Smithson Valley 4-0 in the second. Goals came from Jair Rodriguez, Vinnie Guerrero, Carlos Sepulveda and John Cintron in the first game. Sepulveda had two in the second game and Rodriguez had one along with Yamil Alvarado.
After winning their first game on Friday, the Clark girls lost a close game to Judson on Saturday in the Northside tournament 2-1. Blair Socha scored for the Cougars. The second game was a 0-2 loss to Boerne Champion.
Both girls and boys teams open district on Tuesday against Taft at Farris with the boys starting at 5:00 and girls at 7:00.