Tag: Gabrielle Santorio
Congratulations to several Clark Cougars as the spring edition of the Express News all city awards were announced. Seniors Elhad Emerllahu and Jason Brickman made the Express News Super Team in basketball. Junior Johnny Lawson made the Express News Super Team for soccer as did Gabrielle Santorio. Several athletes also made all area teams and all district teams. All can be found at mysanantonio.com.
|Elhad Emerllahu||Super Team||All Area||1st Team All District|
|Jason Brickman||Super Team||All Area||1st Team All District||District Offensive MVP|
|Carolyn Chavana||1st Team All District|
|Ansley Benjamin||1st Team All District|
|Vanessa Cassanova||2nd Team All District|
|Johnny Lawson||Super Team||All Area||1st Team All District|
|Gabrielle Santorio||Super Team||All Area||1st Team All District|
|Oscar Barboza||All Area||1st Team All District|
|Roger Trevino||All Area||1st Team All District|
|Miles Bowen||1st Team All District|
|Brandon Van Wagner||1st Team All District|
|Macy Ellis||1st Team All District|
|Robin Lee Pennington||1st Team All District|
|Vinnie Guerro||2nd Team All District|
|Evan Javors||2nd Team All District|
|Jair Rodriguez||2nd Team All District|
|Alyssa Bloom||2nd Team All District|
|Brianna Burtone||2nd Team All District|
|Toria Seifert||2nd Team All District|
|Chelsea Miller||All American||All Area||State Qualifier|
The Clark girls soccer team found the back of the net over and over again Friday night and the result was a 6-0 win over Holmes. Six Cougars scored during the match: Gabrielle Santorio, Hollis Scheffler, Macy Ellis, Krysta Maples, Andrea Romero and Samantha Rodriguez. The win brings their season record to 4-2-6 and their district record to 3-1-4.
On the boys side, the Cougars also went on a scoring blitz beating the Huskies 7-1. Five players got in on the goals: Jair Rodriguez and Johnny Lawson each had two goals and Evan Javors, Mauricio Lopez and Luis Hernandez each added one. The boys remain undefeated with a season record of 10-0-2 and a district record of 7-0-1. The Cougars are ranked #2 in the area by the Express News and jumped from #44 to #37 in the nation in this week’s ESPN Rise ranking of high school soccer teams.
The second half of district for both teams begins Tuesday against Brandeis. GO COOGS!
The Clark Cougar varsity soccer teams played Taft and the results were familiar. The boys continued their winning ways with a 2-0 victory over the Raiders. Evan Javors and Jair Rodriguez scored for the Cougars to help push the district record to 6-0-1 and the overall record to 9-0-2. The Cougars lead the district race.
For the girls, another tie was the result in a 2-2 game against Taft. Gabrielle Santorio and Krysta Maples scored for the ladies. The tie puts the Cougars in 4th place currently in District 28-5A.
The Clark boys soccer team remains undefeated following a 5-2 win over Jay. Stepping up with goals in the match were Jair Rodriguez with two and Luis Hernandez, Evan Javors and Oscar Barboza with one each. The win brings the Cougars district record to 4-0 and their season record to 7-0-1. They are currently ranked #2 in the area, 11th in the state and 47th in the nation according to the ESPN “Fab 50″ rankings.
The Clark girls also handed Jay a lopsided loss with a 5-0 victory. Nursing a 1-0 lead at the half the Cougars exploded for 4 goals in the second half. Five players got in on the scoring – Gabrielle Santorio, Macy Ellis, Toria Siefert, Kysta Maples and Ciara Perez. The Clark girls remain undefeated in district with a 2-0-2 record and a 3-1-4 record overall.
Clark takes on O’Connor Friday at Farris.
Goalies and defense made statements in both the girls’ and boys’ varsity soccer games against the Stevens Falcons at the NISD soccer fields.
The boys took a half to get warmed up but once the second half started, the Clark Cougars got three quick goals to blank the Falcons 3-0. Zach Guevara begin the scoring in the 66th minute with a shot to the goal. Three minutes later, Jair Rodriguez took advantage of another Stevens defensive breakdown to make it 2-0. In the 79th minute, Johnny Lawson completed the trifecta with a shot to give the Cougars the 3-0 district win.
The girls didn’t wait near as long in their whipping of Stevens. Goals were scored early and often, with Clark taking a 4-0 lead at halftime. Gabrielle Santorio, Macy Ellis, Alyssa Bloom, Toria Siefert, Francis Moore, Krysta Maples and Andrea Romero each accounted for a nail in the Stevens’ coffin. It was the first district win for the Cougars after a tie in their district opener.
WAY TO GO COUGARS!
TASCO (Texas Association of Soccer Coaches) released their All State/Region teams and two Clark Cougars made the list for Region IV. Congratulations to freshman Gabrielle Santorio, who lead the team in goals as a forward this year and senior Brianna Tammaro, who will continue her soccer career here in San Antonio at Trinity University next season. Nice job, ladies.
Congratulations to the following Clark athletes who’ve won various All-City and District Team honors. It’s a good day to be a Clark Cougar fan!
|EXPRESS NEWS SUPER TEAM|
|Placide Buduri||Men’s Soccer|
|Brianna Tammaro||Ladies Soccer|
|Elhad Emerllahu||Men’s Basketball|
|Gabrielle Santorio||Ladies Soccer :Newcomer of the Year”|
In their last regular season game, seniors Shelby Henderson, Shelby Wise, Brianna Tammaro, Rebekah Richards, Sarah Klenke, Leslie Pool and manager Brad Winer helped lead the Cougars to a 9-0 blowout over Holmes. Gabrielle Santorio, Leslie Pool, Sarah Klenke, Brianna Tammaro, and Krista Maples scored goals as well as a rare hat trick by Rebekah Richards. Amy Ross started in goal and Macy Ellis played goalie in the second half. Next stop for the ladies - playoffs!! Congratulations!
The Clark Cougars ladies soccer team moved up the ladder this week to #7 in the Express News high school rankings. Gabrielle Santorio was also mentioned for her 17 goals and 15 assists and Amy Ross received recognition for her 12 shutouts in the goal and goals against average, one of the best in the city.
Clark scored two wins over Taft as the soccer regular season winds down. The boy’s team notched its 5th win in a row with a 3-2 victory over the Raiders. Placide Buduri had two goals and Jonathan Lawson scored one.
On the girl’s side, Gabrielle Santorio found the back of the net to lead the 8th ranked Cougars to a 1-0 win over 9th ranked Taft.
Clark soccer has one district game remaining in the season against Holmes.