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The Clark boys track and field team placed 3rd at the District Meet this week and will send several athletes to the Regional Meet. Top results included: 2nd place for Brandon Yates in the 200 meter (22.08), 2nd place for Ben Deschner in the 400 meter (51.77), 3rd place for Austin Wells in the 1600 meter (4:28.27) and 2nd place for Wells in the 3200 meter (9:35.95), 1st place for Kyle Rutledge in the High Jump (6’2″), 2nd place for Jimmy Kueber in the Shot Put (48′ 9.5″), 2nd place for Kueber in the Discus (148′ 5″), 2nd place for the 4×100 Relay (42.38) and 2nd place for the 4×200 Relay (1:29.38) – Relay team is Brian Socha, Brandon Yates, Travis Cooke and Malcolm Eatman. (continue reading…)
The Clark Track team competed and showed well at the SAISD Invitational at Alamo Stadium. The boys team placed 3rd overall with points earned by: Brian Socha (100m), Travis Cooke (200m), Ryan Pavlich (800m), Austin Wells (3200m), Kyle Rutledge (High Jump), James Kueber (Shot Put and Discus), and the relay teams (4×100, 4×200, 4×400).
The girls team placed 8th with Shantel Swift earning points in the Triple Jump and 200m, and Rebekah Washington in the High Jump, and the Girls 4×100 relay team.
Austin Wells (1600m) and Shantel Swift (triple jump) qualified for the Texas Relays.
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The Clark boys track team took 1st place at the Edgewood Relays over the weekend. Results include: Kyle Rutledge placed 1st in the High Jump, Jimmy Kueber was 3rd in Discus and J. Aueber was 3rd in shot put. Austin Wells was 1st in the 3200 and 2nd in the 1600 while Aiden Pierce was 5th in the 1600. The Cougar Relay teams placed 3rd in the 4 x 100, the 4 x 200 and the 4 x 400. Malcolm Eatman was 4th in the 100 meter dash and Ben Deschner placed 5th in the Long Jump.
The girls team placed 6th overall.
Several Cougars from this year’s varsity football team were recognized for their efforts on the field. Coaches from District 27-5A voted on the players (coaches are not allowed to vote on their own players).
|2010 27-5A All District Team|
|1st Team Offense||1st Team Defense|
|DeAndre Holmes||Running Back||Jimmy Kueber||Defensive Line|
|Tim Grona||Offensive Line||Kris Patino||Outside Linebacker|
|Daniel Durke||Defensive Back|
|2nd Team Offense||2nd Team Defense|
|Brandon Yates||Wide Receiver||Manny Menezes||Linebacker|
|Austin Wise||Tight End|
|Logan Hanna||Offensive Line|
|Webb Williams||Kicker||Mekeba Henderson||Defensive Line|
|Josh Kern||Quarterback||Peter Rozanski||Defensive Back|
It was another lopsided defeat by the Clark Cougars varsity football team over the Marshall Rams in a 49-7 beat down at Farris Stadium. Coach Steve McGhee made sure several reserve players saw action in the second half and they scored 14 points and kept the Rams to 2 total rushing yards for the half.
Among the highlights:
- Ryan Jones’ prolific night rushing
- Deandre Holmes 2 TDs
- Josh Kern to Austin Wise – twice - one for TD
- Kern to Jeremy Harris setting up a score
- A STIFLING defensive effort including two fumble recoveries
- Alex Ethridge and Brian Socha TDs
- Ansley Benjamin LIGHTING UP a Ram returner
There’s more to say but Pat Turner of the Express News covers it all here.
WAY TO PLAY COOGS!
Clark was looking to make it three years in a row over Churchill but a young team that made some early season mistakes and a tough Charger effort led to a 21-7 loss in the 27th Gucci Bowl. Two early possession fumbles cost the Cougars two touchdowns and several penalties also cost the Cougars positive yards.
There were several bright spots, however, including a nice combination of QB Josh Kern to his receivers Brandon Yates, Jeremy Harris, and Austin Wise; good running by Ryan Jones, a rambling, rumbling Jimmy Kueber reception, several 4th down conversions, a classic rushing TD by Clark and a second half shutout by a defense led by Daniel Durke and Kris Patino along with newcomer Colton Magaro.
The Cougars look to eliminate the mistakes and rebound next week against Alamo Heights in the first home game of the season.
The Clark Cougars, coming off a shutout of the Jay Mustangs last week, continued their defensive dominance and the offense poured on the points in a 31-0 pasting of the O’Connor Panthers. Junior Jimmy Kueber started the Cougars off with a fumble recovery on the second play of the game and from there on out, it didn’t get any better for the Panthers. Hayden Greenbauer ran for a 13 yd. TD to end the drive and put points on the board early for Clark. Later in the 1st quarter, Tevin Glasgow would score on a rushing TD for his first of two TDs.
In the second quarter, O’Connor would have a chance to score. On the Clark 1 yd. line, the Panthers were set to get their first six but a mishandled snap would be recovered by Robert Chapman, his first fumble recovery, in limited defensive play, of the season. The quarter ended with a Webb Williams 33 yd. field goal, giving the Cougars a 17-0 lead at the half.
In this week’s edition of the SA Community Northwest, writer Pat Turner talks about the success of the Clark Cougars and the target that is on their back.
While the names behind the line might be familiar, the names on the line might not be. In this article, those Clark Cougar varsity football players get some of the recognition they deserve for the success of this year’s team.