Tag: Marcella Arellano
Several Clark Cougars were recognized for their outstanding play during the fall sports season. Topping the list is cross country junior runner Austin Wells who was named to the Express News Super Team for Cross Country as well as the Area Team.
From Clark volleyball the 27-5A All district 1st team includes Jenn Garrett and Marcella Arellano. Named to the 2nd team is Abigail Glosup and Nicole Rehm.
27-5A 1st team offense football honors went to Manny Menezes. 2nd team offense honors to Kweku Larbie, Brandon Yates, Blake DeHart and Alex Hunter. The 2nd team defense includes Logan Hanna, Tri-Rice Van Buren and Malcolm Eatman.
The Clark volleyball team is looking forward to the second season after clinching its spot in the playoffs. The Cougars will likely face Corpus Christi Carroll or Corpus Christi King in the first round, possibly on November 1st.
There’s still regular season business to take care of though and Clark could have been looking ahead a bit during Friday’s game against Holmes, escaping the gym with a 3-2 victory. Clark dropped the first two games 16-25 and 19-25 before taking the next two games 25-22 and 25-21 and then winning the tie breaker 15-8. Marcella Arellano led the team with 19 kills, 34 digs and 3 serving aces. Jenn Garrett had 17 kills and Abby Glosup continued to shine with a whopping 62 assists in the five game match up. Nicole Rehm had 34 digs and an ace and Jenn Garrett and Rosalyn Velasquez teamed up for 1.5 blocks each.
The last regular season game is against O’Connor on Tuesday at 7:00 at Paul Taylor.
The Clark Cougars came ready to fight on Tuesday night against district rival Brandeis, but fell just short of an upset losing in five games. Brandeis took the first 25-17 then Clark won two in a row 27-25 & 26-24. Brandeis took the fourth game 25-22 and the tiebreaker 15-12. Jenn Garrett led the Cougars with 19 kills and 2 blocked shots while Marcella Arellano had 10 kills. District 27-5A assists leader Abby Glosup kept things moving with 45 assists and added 2 blocked shots to her game. Nicole Rehm and Hunter Cole each had 22 digs. Rosalyn Velasquez blocked two shots and Alyssa Pruitt aced one serve.
Clark is 7-4 in district and remains in the playoff hunt. Next up is Jay on Friday at 5:30 at Paul Taylor.
The Clark volleyball team beat Taft 3-0 on Wednesday in a game that was never close, winning 25-10, 25-9, 25-13. The power came from Jenn Garrett with 9 kills and 3 blocked shots and Hunter Cole and Marcella Arellano with 8 kills each. Setter Abby Glosup had 24 assists while Arellano added 15 digs and Nicole Rehm had 17 digs. The win brings the Cougars season record to 20-13 and 6-3 in district.
Clark is in 4th place in district standings with a big game against 5th place Marshall on Friday in the gym at O’Connor.
The Clark volleyball team got back on the winning track in a big way on Tuesday with a 3-0 thumping of Stevens. The Cougars never let the Falcons get close, taking the match 25-15, 25-9 & 25-17. Abby Glosup kept the ball moving with 28 assists and 6 digs while Marcella Arellano added 10 digs. Jenn Garrett and Hunter Cole added the power with 12 kills each and Kelly Cavanaugh served up 2 aces.
The win brings the Cougars’ record to 4-2 in district and 17-12 overall, they are in 4th place in the district standings. The off week break from district will be spent taking on the Steele Knights in the gym at Clark this Friday night at 7:00pm .
Clark volleyball scored a 3-0 win over the Jay Mustangs on Wednesday at Paul Taylor Fieldhouse. Behind 9 kills from Jenn Garrett and 8 kills from Rosalyn Velasquez the Cougars controlled all three games winning 25-8, 25-12, and 25-20. Abby Glosup added 19 assists while Nicole Rehm and Marcella Arellano posted 10 digs each.
The win boosts Clark’s district record to 3-1 and season record to 16-11. Next up is a showdown against district leading Warren on Friday at 7:00 in the gym at O’Connor. The Cougars have already beaten Warren in non-district play this season.
GO COOGS – DO IT AGAIN!!!
The Clark volleyball team improved to 2-0 in district on Tuesday night with a 3-1 victory over the Marshall Rams at Paul Taylor. The Cougars started slow losing the first game 22-25, but took control of the next three winning 25-18, 25-13 and 27-25. Clark was tough at the net where Jenn Garrett had 15 kills and 4 blocked shots while teammate Hunter Cole had 17 kills and 10 digs. Abby Glosup had 34 assists in the game and Marcella Arellano had 12 digs.
The win brings the Cougars season record to 15-10. Next up is a showdown against Brandeis on Friday at 5:30 in the gym at O’Connor.
GO GET ‘EM COOGS!
The Clark Cougars volleyball team made Clark, Texas proud, playing in the championship game of the NISD tournament. Playing 6 games in a 36 hour period, the Cougars came home with the 2nd place trophy and two individual honors.
Clark defeated MacArthur, Alice, Antonian, Round Rock and Warren in the tournament which also featured several other area teams, including many NISD teams. The championship game was a rematch with Antonian. Marcella Arellano and Jenn Garrett were named to the All Tournament team.
The Cougars went into the final game on a seven game win streak and are now 7-1 on the season. With their best starting record in recent history, the Cougars look to add to their wins this week, taking on Alamo Heights and Johnson. Johnson is 10-1 and placed 2nd in the Westwood tournament this weekend. Clark then crosses the border to play in the NEISD tournament next weekend.
Congratulations Cougars and keep up the good hustle and hard work.
The Clark Cougar volleyball team, fresh off their victory over Churchill, sent another NEISD team to the loss column with a 25-21 25-23 25-21 shutout of the MacArthur Brahmas. Marcella Arellano had 12 kills and 15 digs, Abby Glosup posted 27 assists and Jenn Garrett had 4 blocked shots in the victory.
Next in their sights are the teams participating on the NISD tournament this weekend.
Good luck, ladies.
The Clark Cougar volleyball team begins the 2011-2012 varsity season with a match against Churchill tomorrow night.
Seniors Marcella Arellano and Jenn Garrett, named to the Express News Players to Watch list, lead a talented team this season.
Cougar fans can show up at Blossom at 7:00 to cheer them on against the Chargers in the traditional season opening match.