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Several Clark Cougars from this year’s fall athletic seasons were peppered throughout the Express-News’ annual recognitions of local players. 28-5A All District Teams were also named in volleyball (Clark football All District awards were released earlier and can be found here). Complete lists can be found here.
Congratulations to each on their individual accolades and representing Tom C. Clark High School in the stadiums, gyms and fields.
ALL AREA FOOTBALL PLAYERS
|First Team||Anker Wiggins||Senior||First Team||Greg Castro||Senior|
|First Team||Robert Chapman||Senior||First Team||Joey Cammer||Senior|
|First Team||Hayden Greenbauer||Senior||Second Team||Jacob Garcia||Senior|
|Second Team||Webb Williams||Junior|
ALL DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS
|First Team||India Hartwell||Junior||First Team||Claire Webster||Senior|
|Second Team||Marcella Arellano||Sophomore||Second Team||Kayla Jarzombek||Senior|
CROSS COUNTRY CLASS TEAM
|David Scorcelletti||Senior||Glynnis Meade||Junior|
The varsity football team finished #2 in the area rankings after a 13-1 season which took them to the state quarterfinals. They were #1 in the KSAT 12 rankings and #10 in the Associated Press (AP) rankings.
After winning the first game in their match against Warren, 25-20, the Clark volleyball team dropped the next two games 15-25 & 16-25. Clark took game 4 by a decisive 25-8 score and won the tiebreaker in game 5, 15-12. Claire Webster had 13 kills and 3 blocked shots through the five games and India Hartwell had 8 kills and 2 blocked shots. Katlin Mazzocco had 31 assists while Adriana Christian had 11 and Vanessa Casanova had 18 digs and Marcella Arrellano had 14.
Clark has a 10-4 district record with two games remaining.
Clark’s India Hartwell’s dominant play in games against Taft and Holmes earned her “Game Ball” recognition in the San Antonio Express News. The Junior middle blocker had 17 kills in the two district games as well as five aces and four blocks.
The second half of the district season begins tonight for Clark against Brandeis. The Cougars are currently in 3rd place in district with a 6-2 record. Brandeis is in 2nd place at 7-1. Game time is 7:00 pm at Paul Taylor Field House.
GO GET ‘EM COOGS!
The Clark Cougars varsity volleyball team, led by a tenacious offense and an unforgiving defense, harassed the Holmes Huskies and walked away with a 3-0 match and victory. Game 1 for the Cougars looked grim as they fell behind 3-7, 11-16 and 18-21 before stormin’ back for the win. Senior Kate Mazzocco served an ace to tie the game at 21. India Hartwell followed with a kill and the Cougars didn’t look back on their way to a 25-21 victory.
Game 2 was much easier as the Cougars put the Huskies away early 25-16. Game 3 was tied at 19-19. The Cougars then went on a run that included another kill by Hartwell followed immediately by a kill from Kayla Jarzombek and a tap by Claire Webster. The final score was 25-20.
The Cougars are now 14-15 on the year and 6-2 at the end of the 1st half of district.
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Clark volleyball defeated Taft in three decisive games at Paul Taylor Fieldhouse. The Cougars dominated the match winning 25-16, 25-17, 25-11. India Hartwell led Clark with 10 kills, Katlin Mazzocco had 18 assists and Vanessa Casanova had 14 digs as the Cougars brought their district record to 5-2.
Next up is Holmes, coached by Clark alum, Melissa Thrailkill (’05). Thrailkill is busy taking what she learned from her state championship team at Clark and using it to turn around the program at Holmes. Click and read about it in a recent Express-News article.
Clark took care of business in their match up against Warren at Paul Taylor Field House beating the warriors 25-23, 25-17, 25-19. India Hartwell had 10 kills, Katlin Mazzocco had 17 assists and Vanessa Casanova had 19 digs in the game. The win brings Clark’s district record to 4-2 and their overall season record to 12-14. Next up is a non-district game against New Braunfels at home in the main gym at Clark on Friday at 7:30.
The Clark Cougar varsity volleyball team lost to the O’Connor Panthers for their second district loss. India Hartwell had 2.5 blocks, Kate Mazzocco placed 10 assists, Marcella Arellano pulled out 11 digs and Claire Webster posted 6 kills.
The Clark Cougar volleyball team posted another district win with a 3-0 victory over the John Jay Mustangs. Games one and two (25-14 and 25-17) weren’t even close and Clark won game three 25-22. Kayla Jarzombek delivered 8 kills and an ace, Kate Mazzocco had 15 assists and an ace, Vanessa Casanova protected the back line with 22 digs and India Hartwell took care of the net with 2 blocks. The Cougars are now 3-1 in district play.
The next game is against O’Connor Friday night. Looking for something to do? Show up, be loud and support Clark Cougar Volleyball.
Clark beat Marshall in four games 25-22, 25-16, 18-25, 25-13 as the volleyball team improved its district record to 2-1. Leading the Cougars in assists was Kate Mazzocco with 24 , India Hartwell had 17 kills and Vanessa Casanova had 10 digs. Clark takes on Jay at Paul Taylor Field House on Wednesday, September 9th.
The Clark Cougar varsity volleyball team started well but couldn’t hold on for a win against Johnson in volleyball. Clark won the first two games, 25-20. In game two, the Cougars led by as much as 5 during the midpoint of the game but Johnson tied it all up at 17. Clark then took control to win but the tables were turned in game three as Johnson outscored the Cougars, also by a score of 25-20. (continue reading…)