Tag: Megan Aragones
Clark softball is sending at least three players into the college ranks next season. In a ceremony before a packed house of friends and family on Thursday, seniors Megan Martinez, Megan Aragones and Dani Nash all signed on to play college ball. Megan Martinez, who played 3rd base for the Cougars, will head to Mississippi Valley State next year. Megan is the daughter of Isabella Meza and she’ll study Biology Pre-Med in college. Megan Aragones, a utility player and pitcher for Clark, will play at the University of Texas at Dallas where she’ll study Kinesiology. Megan is the daughter of Anne Herrera and Chip Aragones. Dani Nash, who plays in the outfield, signed with Navarro College in Corsicana. She plans to get her Associates Degree in Paralegal Studies while there. Dani is the daughter of Elaine and Tod Nash.
Clark coach D’Layne Kelly said the three had worked hard for this moment and she was proud of each one of them.
Clark softball continued its winning ways on Tuesday with a 9-2 victory over Warren. The Cougars racked up 17 hits and got runs from Megan Aragones, Alex Losoya, Henessey Soto, Britney Ramos, Dani Nash, Liz Rodriguez and Gabby Aguilar. Soto was the winning pitcher, spending all 7 innings on the mound.
Clark is now 11-5 on the season and 4-1 in district for 2nd place in the standings. Next game is Friday at 5:00 against Stevens at Northside.
The Clark softball team continued their district hitting streak with a 15-4 rout of the #5 ranked Brandeis broncos on Wednesday. The Cougars took a respectable 4-1 lead into the 5th inning and then exploded with 6 runs in the 5th and 5 more in the 6th inning – off a game total of 12 hits. Henessey Soto was on the mound for the Cougars as they up their record to 9-5 and their early district record to 2-1 for a share (continue reading…)
The Northside Suburban Softball All Stars, otherwise known as World Champions, were greeted by a crowd of supporters at Clark on Sunday night on their return from the World Series in Delaware. The Northside team, composed of seven Clark Cougar softball players, won the championship over a team from New York on Saturday in a game televised on ESPN. The girls represented the Southwest USA and had a remarkable 17-0 run through the All Star competition. You can read more in this article by David Flores of KENS-TV.
Congratulations again to our Clark Champions: Henessey Soto, Megan Aragones, Felicia Sanchez, Morgan Biela, Morgan Herrera, Britney Ramos and Alex Losoya — and ALL of their teammates!
The Northside Suburban Little League Softball All Stars are on top of the world. The team, featuring seven Clark Cougars, won the Senior Softball World Series on Saturday in Delaware and they did live on ESPN2. Representing the Southwest USA the girls beat the USA East team from New York 3-1, breaking a 1-1 tie in the top of the 7th inning. Read more in the Express-News.
The Clark softball players are Henessey Soto, Megan Aragones, Felicia Sanchez, Alex Losoya, Britney Ramos, Morgan Biela and Morgan Herrera.
Congratulations girls! San Antonio and the Clark community are proud of you!
The team will arrive at Clark at 7:00 pm Sunday evening in the student parking lot. Everyone is invited to welcome and congratulate them at that time! Come an hour early and join local radio and TV stations as they broadcast live from Clark.
Northside Suburban, led by a host of Clark Cougars, remains undefeated at the Senior Softball World Series in Delaware. Playing as the USA Southwest team, the Northside girls won a spot in the tournament semi-finals with an 8-0 thrashing of Tucson, Arizona – the USA West team – on Thursday. Clark pitchers Henessey Soto and Megan Aragones made sure Tucson didn’t get a single run and only two hits. Soto, Aragones and Cougar teammates Alex Losoya, Britney Ramos and Felicia Sanchez also brought in the runs. Get the details in the Express News.
A win Friday night against South Bend, Indiana means a spot in the championship game Saturday morning on ESPN2 at 10 a.m.
Good Luck girls! GO USA Southwest/Northside/COOGS!
Some familiar faces from Clark softball are lighting up the All Star field this summer. Felicia Sanchez, Morgan Biela, Megan Aragones, Morgan Herrera, Britney Ramos, Alex Losoya and Henessey Soto are part of the 2010 Northside Little League All-Stars. They won the District 19 Title in San Antonio, the Section 3 Title in Uvalde, just recently won the State Title in Fort Worth, Texas and are now traveling to Alexandria, Louisiana for the US Southwest Regionals. They are repeating the record from last year; however, the girls don’t want to leave Louisiana without the title this year. In 2009 they were one game from going to the Little League World Series. Expectations may be even higher this year. They have their eye on the US SW Title and a trip to Roxana, Delaware to the 2010 Little League World Series, Aug 8th-14th.
If you tune into www.espn977.com live radio THIS SATURDAY NIGHT AT 8PM, the girls will be playing their first game against New Mexico. Other teams are East Texas (from Seguin), Colorado, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Mississippi. Just check the website for the games.
There’s another website the girls are using for fundraising – looking for both corporate and personal donations. AND IF BY CHANCE they do not make it out of this level, 100% of the funds will be donated to Northside Suburban Little League. http://www.yourcause.com/Group.aspx?GroupID=6618 .
Good luck girls!
The 28-5A All district softball team looks good for Clark Cougar fans. Junior Megan Aragones, senior Rochelle Nash, freshman Liz Rodriguez and sophomore Henessey Soto all made the 1st team with Rodriguez and Soto voted in unanimously. Junior Megan Martinez and sophomore Britney Ramos were named to the 2nd team.
The team made the playoffs for the third year in a row. Congratulations, ladies. Well done!
The Clark softball team won a close one against Holmes on Tuesday. Final score 1-0 with pitcher Megan Aragones picking up the win.
The Cougars are 10-7 overall and 5-3 in district so far. The second half of the district season begins on Friday when Clark takes on Brandeis at 7pm at Northside.
On a beautiful afternoon at the ball park, the Clark Cougars varsity softball team only spent a few minutes in the spring weather as they whipped the John Jay Mustangs 16-0 in a 2-inning game, called because of run rules. The offense scored early and often, leading 12-0 after one inning. Megan Aragones pitched the no hitter shut out.
Coach D’Layne Kelly credited the team with staying focused in the blowout and was happy with the way her team responded to the lopsided win.
Way to go COOGS!