Tag: Kirsten Kramer
The Clark girls basketball team got a big district win over Brandeis on Wednesday defeating the broncos 48-44. It was not as large as the Cougar’s 64-50 win earlier in the season, but strategically important as playoffs near. D’onna Matthews led Clark with 10 points, followed closely by Trei Torain’s 9 points. Also scoring were Gabby Aguilar (7), Alejandra Esparza (6), Kirsten Kramer (5), Ria Gulley (5), Sarah Flournoy (3) and Mercedes Orozco (3).
Clark is 20-9 this season and 8-4 in district play. They are in 4th place in the standings just behind 9-4 Brandeis with 4 games remaining and 5th place Marshall just two games behind.
Up next is a big game against Jay at 7:30 on Friday in the O’Connor gym. Jay is undefeated in district play.
The Clark boys, in the middle of a tough season, will also be at OC on Friday taking on Jay at 6:00.
Get out and support your Cougars!
Clark basketball cracked the Express News Top Ten in the second week of the season by jumping off to a strong start. Their 5-1 record includes a five game winning streak after dropping the season opener to a strong Steele team. They’ve since notched wins over Fox Tech (99-13), Antonian (58-38), McCollum (78-23), Clemens (61-50) and Madison (58-50).
Sophomore Kirsten Kramer leads the Cougars in scoring with an average of 14.3 points per game. Sarah Flournoy and D’onna Matthews are both averaging 10.7 points per game.
Up next is the SAISD tournament. Go get ‘em COOGS!!!
Tourney update: Clark defeats East Central 71-22. More action Friday and Saturday.
As the district season winds down Clark’s boys and girls basketball teams continue fighting through a tough 27-5A. Kudos to the girls for a huge victory over Jay late last week 65-63. Kristen Lye and Donna Matthews each had 13 points and Kirsten Kramer had 12, but it was a full team effort with 11 players scoring including: Sam Beimer, Sarah Flournoy and Trei Torain, Alejandra Esparza, Katy Baum, Ashley Salinas, Hannah Garcia and Lindsay Lyda. The Cougars remain just a game out of playoff positioning with four games remaining. They face Warren on Wednesday at 5:00 at Paul Taylor.
The boys take on Warren today at 5:00 also at Paul Taylor. Warren is just a half game behind the Cougars, who are in second place.
The Clark boys basketball team defeated Marshall 57-45 on Friday to remain tied for first place in district. Senior Travis Matthews led the Cougars with 17 points, followed by Adam Perez with 15 and Justin Brickman with 9. Clark is 19-5 on the season and tied with Brandeis at the top of 27-5A. The two teams face off on Tuesday at 6:30 at Paul Taylor.
The Clark girls also defeated Marshall on Saturday 55-54. The Cougars pulled ahead with a strong 4th quarter led by Donna Matthews and Kristen Lye, who each had 12 points. Kirsten Kramer and Sarah Flournoy each added 7 points. The girls are tied with Brandeis for the 4th and final playoff spot. They play on Wednesday at 6:30 also at Paul Taylor.
GO COOGS!!! BEAT BRANDEIS!!!
The Clark girls basketball team pushed their district record in the right direction with a 50-35 victory over Holmes on Tuesday. Leading the Cougars was junior center Trei Torain with 13 points, followed by Kristen Lye with 11 points. Donna Matthews had 9 points and Katy Baum and freshman Kirsten Kramer each had 7. The win brings Clark’s season record to 14-9 and their district record to 4-3.
Up next is O’Connor on Friday at 5:30 at Paul Taylor.
The Clark girls basketball team tipped off the 2011-12 season with a 63-60 victory over Boerne Champion on Tuesday. Down 25-32 at the half, the Cougars outscored Champion in the 3rd and 4th quarters to take the win. Kristen Lye led Clark with 15 points, followed by Donna Matthews with 9 and Trei Torain with 8. A host of other Cougars got in on the scoring including: Ashley Salinas with 6 and Sam Beimer, Katy Baum, Alejandra Esparza and Kirsten Kramer all with 5 points each.
Clark made an impression on observers in Boerne.
The Cougars head to the Harlandale Tournament this weekend.