Tag: Henessey Soto
Clark baseball racked up four wins over spring break, outscoring their three district opponents 39-5 and beating Johnson 6-4 at the end of the week – just for fun. The highlight of the week was senior pitcher Chad Dullnig’s no-hitter against Stevens, which Clark won 10-0. Chase Jones ended the game with a three-run home run in the bottom of the 6th. Dullnig was also the winning pitcher in the Cougar’s 13-3 win over Jay to start the spring break run on March 9th and he had his own home run in the 16-2 victory over Warren. Cole Bercher was on the mound against the Warriors for that win. Pitcher John Henderson got the win in the game against Johnson.
Clark plays Holmes on Tuesday at 7:30 at Northside.
Clark softball upped its district record to 6-2 over spring break winning 2 out of 3 district games. The Cougars beat Holmes 7-4 with Liz Rodriguez on the mound and they won 10-0 against Stevens – Henessey Soto was the winning pitcher in that game. Their only loss came against O’Connor 3-1.
Next up is Taft on Tuesday at 7:00 at Northside.
Clark softball will be on the diamond today at 5:00 at the Northside fields. The girls are 3-1 in district following an 8-0 victory over Jay at the end of last week. The Cougars scored 3 runs in the second inning and 5 in the 4th to take the win. Henessey Soto was on the mound for Clark.
Today’s game is against Warren on field #2.
GO GET ‘EM COOGS!
The Clark baseball team opened their 2012 season with an 8-1 victory over Taft on Tuesday. Senior pitcher Robert Martin gets the win for the Cougars, holding the Raiders to one 6th inning run for the game. Clark scored 5 runs in the 3rd inning to take the lead, adding two more in the 5th and one in the 6th. The win gives Clark a 1-0 district record to start the season.
Up next is the Northside tournament on Thursday, Friday and Saturday before meeting Marshall for the next district game on Tuesday of next week.
The Clark softball team also beat Taft on Tuesday by a score of 12-2. The Cougars had 8 runs in the second inning and added 4 more in the 4th. Taft finally got two runs in the 5th inning, but it was not enough to continue and the game was called early. Senior pitcher Henessey Soto got the win. Clark is now 3-0 on the season including a win over Madison.
Up next is the Judson tournament on Friday and Saturday. Their next district game will be against Brandeis on Tuesday at 7:00.
The Clark softball season is off and running with a 3-2 victory over Taft on Valentines Day. The first win of the season is also the first district win of the season. All 3 Clark runs came in the first inning with senior pitcher Henessey Soto helping to hold off the Raiders through the remainder of the game. Soto was named a preseason “Player to Watch” by the Express News in their spring sports preview. The Cougars are ranked 10th in the area in the preseason poll.
Up next is the Northside Tournament with games scheduled against Madison, MacArthur and Wagner on Friday at the Northside fields.
Clark baseball gets underway with a game against Taft on Tuesday February 21st at 4:45. The Cougars are ranked #5 in the Express News preseason poll.
GOOD LUCK COOGS!
In addition to the 17 Clark baseball and softball players on the All District teams this year four spring athletes landed on the Express News All Area lists.
Braden Mattson was named to the E-N Super Team for baseball. The TCU bound catcher was also on the All-Area list for the second consecutive season. Also named All-Area for baseball is infielder Hunter McFall who will continue his baseball career at Texas Tech. Clark’s exciting 4-3 win over O’Connor was listed among the best games of the season.
Henessey Soto was named to the softball All-Area team. Soto, a junior pitcher, was also the District 27-5A Most Valuable Player for 2011.
In tennis, Clark’s Justin Randell was named to the All-Area team in Boy’s Singles. Randell is a senior.
Congratulations to all these Cougars and their teammates for representing Clark, Texas so well!
Following successful seasons for both teams Clark baseball placed 10 players on the All District team and 7 Clark softball players made their All District squad.
For softball: Henessey Soto and Dani Nash were unanimous 1st team picks. Also making 1st team were Megan Martinez, Britney Ramos and Liz Rodriguez. Named to 2nd Team All District were Megan Aragones and Jeslene Renteria.
For baseball: Pitcher Chris Werland, Infielders Jason Cervantes and Hunter McFall, Outfielder Robert Martin, Catcher Braden Mattson and Utility Matt Cohen were all named 1st Team All District.
Infielder Chad Dullnig and Outfielder Ed Moore made 2nd Team All District and Ryan Skowronski and John Henderson were Honorable Mention All District.
The Clark softball team blanked Stevens on Friday 7-0, but waited until the 5th inning to make it happen. Clark and Stevens were locked in a scoreless tie until the 5th when the Cougars bats woke up and 6 runs were scored. They added one more run in the 6th and held off Stevens throughout to get the win. Pitcher Henessey Soto picked up her 13th win of the season.
With two games remaining in the regular season Clark has secured a playoff spot. Holmes is up next on Tuesday at 7:00.
The Cougars softball team secured an 8-1 win over Warren on Tuesday. Clark spread its runs almost evenly through the game scoring in every inning except the 2nd. The Cougars had 14 hits to Warren’s 3. Henessey Soto was on the mound and gets her 12th win of the season. Soto is batting .542 on the season followed by Megan Martinez at .452 and Dani Nash at .442.
The Cougars are in 3rd place in District, but just a half game behind 2nd place Taft. Next up is Stevens on Friday at 7:00pm at Northside.
Clark softball beat Brandeis 5-3 on Tuesday at Northside. The victory means Clark takes sole possession of 3rd place in district with an 8-3 record. Henessey Soto was on the mound for the Cougars and gets her 12th win of the season. The team had 8 hits during the game.
Up next for the Cougars is a game against Jay on Friday at 5:00.
The Clark softball team got back to its high scoring ways with a 12-1 victory over Marshall last Friday. The Coogs scored 6 runs in the 3rd and another 6 in the 4th to take the win. They had 14 hits in the game and 1 error. Henessey Soto was on the mound for her 11th win of the season.
Up next is a big game against Brandeis on Tuesday the 29th at 7 pm. Clark and Brandeis are tied for 3rd place in District 27-5A with identical 7-3 district records.