Tag: Hayden Greenbauer
Wishing you and your families a great New Year as well. And here’s a little present to cheer you up - Clark Cougar and now SMU safety Hayden Greenbauer…
The website bleacherreport.com ranks this year’s top college receiving corps and former Clark quarterback Hayden Greenbauer (’10) is mentioned as one of the weapons for the SMU Mustangs.
Read more on the website.
Former Clark Cougar varsity quarterback Hayden Greenbauer is the new Army Quarterback – for SMU. Take a look at this if you haven’t pieced it together yet.
Former Clark quarterback Hayden Greenbauer, now a SMU Mustang, reveals Chicken Parmigiana is his favorite food in a recent interview for the SMU/Rivals website. You can also read about what he thinks about football and playing at the next level at this link.
Two Clark Cougars qualified for State at the Region IV Track meet, held at a hot Alamo Stadium on May 3-4. Congratulations to Shaneve Swift for winning the 400m Dash (57.04) and to Sam Perez for placing 2nd in the 800m Dash (1:56.6).
Others making it to the finals were the Girls 4x100m relay (Luisa Garza, Shaneve, Esjah Booker, Shantel Swift) - 3rd in 48.18, Hayden Greenbauer - 4th in the 110m Hurdles (14.93), Girls 4x200m relay (Triniqua Collins, Shantel, Esjah, Luisa) - 4th in 1:44, and the Boys 4x400m relay (Travis Cooke, Ryan Jones, Sam, Hayden). Overall, the Girls finished 7th out of of 38 teams, and the Boys, 12th out of 41 teams.
Well done Cougars!
Clark appears several time on the first Track Area Leaders list for the 2010 season. Hayden Greenbauer has the top time for the 110m hurdles (14:38), Shantel Swift is 2nd for Long Jump (17-10 1/2) and Shaneve Swift is 3rd for the 200m dash. The Girls 400m (Triniqua Collins, Shaneve, Esjah Booker, Luisa Garza) and 800m ((Triniqua, Shaneve, Esjah, Shantel) relay teams are the FASTEST around, 49.15 and 1:44.25 respectively. Congrats to all!
Two seniors on the 2009 Clark Cougar football team have been named to the Texas High School Coaches Association Academic All State team. Linebacker Tim Sanchez was named to the 1st team and quarterback Hayden Greenbauer made the 2nd team.
These honors represent hard work in the classroom and on the field. Congratulations!
The Texas Sports Writers Association (not to be confused with the Texas AP Sports Writers) has handed out its post season All State team honors and several Clark Cougars are on the list. Robert Chapman (UTSA) was named to the 2nd Team as center, Greg Castro (West Texas A&M) was named 2nd Team Defensive lineman, Anker Wiggins made 3rd Team Offensive guard and Honorable Mentions went to QB Hayden Greenbauer (SMU) and K Webb Williams.
Four Clark Cougars from the 2009 state quarter-finalist football team committed to playing at the next level on National Signing Day at Clark. Hayden Greenbauer, Robert Chapman, Greg Castro and Glenn Bonner sat before coaches, cameras and classmates at Clark for their college football start. Hayden Greenbauer, one of, if not the most successful quarterback at Clark, signed with SMU. Robert Chapman, who also had an offer from Air Force, chose to stay home and play for national champion coach Larry Coker and the UTSA Roadrunners, whose inaugural season begins next year. Defensive players Greg Castro and Glenn Bonner are headed to Canyon, Texas and the chance to play for West Texas A&M. Castro also received an offer from Abilene Christian University.
Congratulations to these great players and Good Luck. Clark fans will be watching!
Greg Castro remarks
Watch these two videos under the “Featured” section on the WOAI website and see how Clark athletes are giving a little off the field to students at Lockhill Elementary. Randy Beamer interviews Hayden Greenbauer and Tim Sanchez about the mentoring program started a few years ago by Coach Lloyd Alexander.