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Clark senior point guard Adam Perez was named District 27-5A MVP for the 2011-12 basketball season. Perez led the Cougars to the Regional Finals, and was also named 1st Team All District. Senior center John Chapman was named to the All District 2nd Team.
As dominating as they were on the court the Cougars are even more so in the classroom. Perez and Chapman are joined by seniors Austin Conlin, Cal Harr, Carter Josephs and Troy Ogletree on the 1st Team All Academic Team for NISD and Jacob Huston was named to the 2nd Team All Academic. That grand total of 7 outstanding student athletes outpaced all other NISD teams.
The Clark girls also received accolades for their work on the court and in the classroom. Junior Kristen Lye was named to the 1st Team All District squad and Junior Donna Matthews was named 2nd Team All District. The best news is clearly that both Lye and Matthews will return next year!
Clark also placed four senior girls on the NISD All Academic Teams. Sara Baum, Lyndsay Lyda and Ashley Salinas were named to the 1st Team and Hannah Garcia to the 2nd Team.
Another proud moment in Clark, Texas! Congratulations to everyone!
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 started the second half of the district season on a winning note with a 54-45 win over Taft early this week. Leading the Cougars were Donna Matthews with 12 points and 4 rebounds, Kristen Lye with 11points and 6 rebounds and Katy Baum with 10 points. Clark trailed 15-25 at halftime, but surged through a 23 point third quarter to take the lead. Clark is 5-4 in district with a chance at the playoffs as they move through the remainder of district games.
Next up is Marshall on Saturday at 1:30 at Paul Taylor. GO COOGS!!!
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 Cougars varsity girls basketball team notched their first district win in their first district game against Taft, winning 53-41. The Cougars started slow, scoring only 5 points to Taft’s 16 in the first quarter. The 2nd quarter belonged to Clark, though, with an 18-12 advantage. The 2nd half was all Cougars, as the defense shut the Raiders down allowing only 13 more points to the Cougars 30 points. Kristen Lye scored 13 with Ashley Salinas adding another 11. Clark is now 11-6 overall.
On the boys side, an easy win over Seguin, 66-51, gave the Cougars their 11th win of the season. The Cougars face a tough Judson team Friday evening before starting their district schedule next week beginning with the brandees my little ponies.
The Harlandale basketball tournament was the scene of two blowout victories for the Clark girls team. They started with a lopsided 82-7 victory over Providence and ended with a 51-16 shellacking of McCollum. In between the Cougars lost to Roosevelt 49-37. The team continues to share the ball and the basket with scoring coming from a broad spectrum of players led by junior Kristen Lye who is averaging 11 points per game. Clark is 3-1 on the season so far. Next up is a rematch with Roosevelt at Littleton gym on Tuesday at 6:30.
Clark boys basketball tips off the new season tonight at Littleton also against Roosevelt at 6:30.
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.
The Clark boys basketball team took care of business against Jay tonight, winning 59-44. Leading all scorers was Ansley Benjamin with 17 points. Niko Maxwell added 13 and Adam Perez had 10 points for the Cougars. The win keeps Clark in second place in district play – a half game ahead of Warren. Clark faces Warren in a showdown next Tuesday.
The Clark girls found the going a bit tougher against the #1 ranked Jay Mustangs, losing 69-48. Melanie Schwartz scored 15 for the Cougars followed by Sam Beimer with 7 and Hannah Gulley and Kristen Lye with 6 each.
On a day when the Clark girls basketball team got a much needed district victory over O’Connor, the boys team suffered its first district loss of the season. The good news was a 44-39 win that brings the girls into a 3-way tie for 4th place in District 27-5A at the halfway mark of the district season. The Cougars were led by Melanie Schwartz with 17 points and Kristen Lye with 10. Clark outplayed O’Connor in the 3rd quarter, scoring 10 points to none for the Panthers. The girls are now 4-4 in district. Next up is Taft on Monday at 7:00 at O’Connor.
The boys meanwhile move to 5-1 in district play with a 39-44 loss to the Panthers. Adam Perez and Ansley Benjamin led the scoring with 9 points each while Niko Maxwell had 7. The Cougars will try to rebound when they take on district leading Taft on Monday night at 8:30 in the gym at O’Connor.