Clark Cougar Sports

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ACADEMIC ATHLETES

by on Dec.15, 2010, under Football

Jones plays smart

Congratulations to the following football players for their success in the classroom as well as on the field. San Antonio Clark was the only San Antonio 5A school to place athletes on the Texas High School Coaches Association Academic All State “Elite” list.

An overall grade point average of 92 or above for all four years, a senior and an athlete of good moral character are some of the qualifiers for this award.

ALL-STATE ACADEMIC TEAM
Peter Rozanski All State Elite Team NISD All Academic 1st Team
Ryan Jones All State Elite Team NISD All Academic 1st Team
Webb Williams All State 1st Team NISD All Academic 1st Team
John Paul Robinson All State 2nd Team NISD All Academic 1st Team
Austin Wise All State 2nd Team NISD All Academic 1st Team
Kevin Chen All State Honorable Mention NISD All Academic 1st Team
Howlett Cohick All State Honorable Mention NISD All Academic 2nd Team
Dennis Erazo All State Honorable Mention NISD All Academic 2nd Team
Taylor St. Charles NISD All Academic 1st Team
Kenneth Harvey NISD All Academic 1st Team
Blas Medina NISD All Academic 2nd Team
Evan Mills NISD All Academic 2nd Team
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COUGARS LOSE TO WARRIORS

by on Oct.10, 2010, under Football

A. Benjamin catches and runs for 52 yds.

A strong start by the Clark Cougars wasn’t enough to keep the Warren Warriors from winning in the Cougars fifth district game of 2010.  Warren won 17-14 giving the Cougars a 3-2 record in district and a 3-4 record overall.

In the 1st quarter, Warren took the opening kickoff and drove to the Cougar 11 yd. line, where the defense forced them into a field goal.  The attempt, however, was no good as Kris Patino got a hand on the ball as it went up.  The Cougars took over and drove 89 yds., converting a 4th and 1 at the Warren 8 before Deandre Holmes, who would gash the Warrior defense in the first half, scored from 1 yd. out giving Clark a 7-0 lead with 8:57 left to go in the half.  The Cougars scoring drive was their first possession of the game.

Warren’s next offensive possession resulted in a touchdown (which on video review – was not), tying the game at 7 with 3:20 left before the half. A 52 yd. Josh Kern to Ansley Benjamin reception set up the next Cougar score as Deandre Holmes took a 4 yd. run around the left for a Clark 14-7 lead going into halftime.  In the first half, each team only had the ball twice.

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