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The Clark Cougar football program is prominent in this year’s Fall Preview. Congratulations to several Clark players, past and present, mentioned. You can check out the accolades and expectations for Clark in the fall preview here.
Congratulations to Clark Cougar seniors Robert Chapman, Greg Castro and Jacob Garcia. They will play in the 32nd annual HEB All Star game tonight in Alamo Stadium.
The game benefits the Kids Sports Network. For more information, you can visit their website.
Clark offensive lineman Robert Chapman has been named to Dave Campbell’s Texas Football All-Texas High School Team for 2009. The UTSA bound senior is the only San Antonio player to make the first team roster – offense or defense. The All-Texas first and second teams are composed of players from every high school classification from 1-A to 5-A – all rolled into one.
More well deserved recognition for one of Clark’s finest!
The Texas Sports Writers Association (not to be confused with the Texas AP Sports Writers) has handed out its post season All State team honors and several Clark Cougars are on the list. Robert Chapman (UTSA) was named to the 2nd Team as center, Greg Castro (West Texas A&M) was named 2nd Team Defensive lineman, Anker Wiggins made 3rd Team Offensive guard and Honorable Mentions went to QB Hayden Greenbauer (SMU) and K Webb Williams.
Four Clark Cougars from the 2009 state quarter-finalist football team committed to playing at the next level on National Signing Day at Clark. Hayden Greenbauer, Robert Chapman, Greg Castro and Glenn Bonner sat before coaches, cameras and classmates at Clark for their college football start. Hayden Greenbauer, one of, if not the most successful quarterback at Clark, signed with SMU. Robert Chapman, who also had an offer from Air Force, chose to stay home and play for national champion coach Larry Coker and the UTSA Roadrunners, whose inaugural season begins next year. Defensive players Greg Castro and Glenn Bonner are headed to Canyon, Texas and the chance to play for West Texas A&M. Castro also received an offer from Abilene Christian University.
Congratulations to these great players and Good Luck. Clark fans will be watching!
Greg Castro remarks
Another award has rolled in for the Clark Cougars’ All State center Robert Chapman. This time it’s on the Rivals.com “The Old Coach” Class 5a All State Team. Robert is one of only two players on the list from the Austin/San Antonio area (insert sarcastic look here). This is just another award in a list of superlatives for the senior headed to the next level.
Several Clark Cougars from this year’s fall athletic seasons were peppered throughout the Express-News’ annual recognitions of local players. 28-5A All District Teams were also named in volleyball (Clark football All District awards were released earlier and can be found here). Complete lists can be found here.
Congratulations to each on their individual accolades and representing Tom C. Clark High School in the stadiums, gyms and fields.
ALL AREA FOOTBALL PLAYERS
|First Team||Anker Wiggins||Senior||First Team||Greg Castro||Senior|
|First Team||Robert Chapman||Senior||First Team||Joey Cammer||Senior|
|First Team||Hayden Greenbauer||Senior||Second Team||Jacob Garcia||Senior|
|Second Team||Webb Williams||Junior|
ALL DISTRICT VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS
|First Team||India Hartwell||Junior||First Team||Claire Webster||Senior|
|Second Team||Marcella Arellano||Sophomore||Second Team||Kayla Jarzombek||Senior|
CROSS COUNTRY CLASS TEAM
|David Scorcelletti||Senior||Glynnis Meade||Junior|
The varsity football team finished #2 in the area rankings after a 13-1 season which took them to the state quarterfinals. They were #1 in the KSAT 12 rankings and #10 in the Associated Press (AP) rankings.
Three players from this year’s state quarter-finalist Clark varsity football team made the Associated Press Sports Editor’s Texas 5A All State Team. Senior Robert Chapman, most likely headed to UTSA next year, was named to the 2nd Team as a center, Senior Greg Castro received Honorable Mention for his defensive play and Junior Webb Williams also received an Honorable Mention for his season kicking.
Senior football center and college bound Robert Chapman is featured in the Express News this Thursday. You can read it in print or read it now here. Chapman has numerous awards for the Clark Cougars and is one of many great linemen on an offense that is averaging 33 points a game.
The Clark Cougars, coming off a shutout of the Jay Mustangs last week, continued their defensive dominance and the offense poured on the points in a 31-0 pasting of the O’Connor Panthers. Junior Jimmy Kueber started the Cougars off with a fumble recovery on the second play of the game and from there on out, it didn’t get any better for the Panthers. Hayden Greenbauer ran for a 13 yd. TD to end the drive and put points on the board early for Clark. Later in the 1st quarter, Tevin Glasgow would score on a rushing TD for his first of two TDs.
In the second quarter, O’Connor would have a chance to score. On the Clark 1 yd. line, the Panthers were set to get their first six but a mishandled snap would be recovered by Robert Chapman, his first fumble recovery, in limited defensive play, of the season. The quarter ended with a Webb Williams 33 yd. field goal, giving the Cougars a 17-0 lead at the half.