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The Clark Cougars came ready to fight on Tuesday night against district rival Brandeis, but fell just short of an upset losing in five games. Brandeis took the first 25-17 then Clark won two in a row 27-25 & 26-24. Brandeis took the fourth game 25-22 and the tiebreaker 15-12. Jenn Garrett led the Cougars with 19 kills and 2 blocked shots while Marcella Arellano had 10 kills. District 27-5A assists leader Abby Glosup kept things moving with 45 assists and added 2 blocked shots to her game. Nicole Rehm and Hunter Cole each had 22 digs. Rosalyn Velasquez blocked two shots and Alyssa Pruitt aced one serve.
Clark is 7-4 in district and remains in the playoff hunt. Next up is Jay on Friday at 5:30 at Paul Taylor.
The Clark volleyball team bumped its district record up to 7-3 with a 3-0 trouncing of Marshall on Friday. The Cougars won 25-14, 25-19 and 25-20 with 27 assists from Junior Abby Glosup. Jenn Garrett had 7 kills, Rosalyn Velasquez had 6 and the two teamed up for 1.5 blocked shots each. Hunter Cole had 12 digs and Nicole Rehm had 9. Clark is 21-13 for the season with its next game coming up on on Tuesday at 7:00 against Brandeis at Paul Taylor.
The Clark volleyball team beat Taft 3-0 on Wednesday in a game that was never close, winning 25-10, 25-9, 25-13. The power came from Jenn Garrett with 9 kills and 3 blocked shots and Hunter Cole and Marcella Arellano with 8 kills each. Setter Abby Glosup had 24 assists while Arellano added 15 digs and Nicole Rehm had 17 digs. The win brings the Cougars season record to 20-13 and 6-3 in district.
Clark is in 4th place in district standings with a big game against 5th place Marshall on Friday in the gym at O’Connor.
The Clark Cougar varsity volleyball team swept the Holmes Huskies in district play, 25-21, 26-24 and 25-17. Jennifer Garrett and Hunter Cole each registered 13 kills, Abby Glosup posted a staggering 39 assists and Nicole Rehm and Marcella Arellano had 11 and 19 digs, respectively.
The Cougars have won their last 9 sets in three games. The win boosts the Cougars’ record to 5-2 in district and 19-12 overall. They are currently in a tie for 3rd in the District 27-5A standings.
Way to go, ladies!
The Clark Cougars slew the Steele Knights in three sets at Clark’s home gym 25-12, 25-21, 25-14. In the first game, Clark dominated, leading by as much as 14 at the 21-7 mark.
Game two, however, defined the evening for the Cougars, as they fell behind early and were down by at least 7 points for much of the contest. Down 18-15, the Cougars clawed their way back, tying the game when Rosalyn Velasquez soft tapped a shot over the net making it 18-18. From that point on, Abby Glosup set up Hunter Cole for a relentless series of kills that stunned Steele and turned the momentum over to the Cougars.
The game was a non-district contest but that action heats up again Wednesday against an improved Holmes team. The Cougars are 4-2 in district and 18-12 on the season.
Great win, ladies!
The Clark volleyball team got back on the winning track in a big way on Tuesday with a 3-0 thumping of Stevens. The Cougars never let the Falcons get close, taking the match 25-15, 25-9 & 25-17. Abby Glosup kept the ball moving with 28 assists and 6 digs while Marcella Arellano added 10 digs. Jenn Garrett and Hunter Cole added the power with 12 kills each and Kelly Cavanaugh served up 2 aces.
The win brings the Cougars’ record to 4-2 in district and 17-12 overall, they are in 4th place in the district standings. The off week break from district will be spent taking on the Steele Knights in the gym at Clark this Friday night at 7:00pm .
The Clark volleyball team improved to 2-0 in district on Tuesday night with a 3-1 victory over the Marshall Rams at Paul Taylor. The Cougars started slow losing the first game 22-25, but took control of the next three winning 25-18, 25-13 and 27-25. Clark was tough at the net where Jenn Garrett had 15 kills and 4 blocked shots while teammate Hunter Cole had 17 kills and 10 digs. Abby Glosup had 34 assists in the game and Marcella Arellano had 12 digs.
The win brings the Cougars season record to 15-10. Next up is a showdown against Brandeis on Friday at 5:30 in the gym at O’Connor.
GO GET ‘EM COOGS!