Clark College athletic report 11/19




Final record: 19-3-1 overall.

Last week: Defeated Highline 2-1 in overtime in NWAACC semifinal; lost to No. 1 Peninsula 1-0 in NWAACC championship match.

All-stars: Seven Clark players were selected South and West Regions all-stars — Freshman forward Bernardino Ayala-Jimenez was named South Region MVP. Midfielders Juan Ayala-Jimenez, Christian Desir and Bryanth Garcia-Junco, defenders Langdon Roscoe and Abdiel Morfin, and goalkeeper Jonathan Morales were named South-West all-stars. Clark’s Biniam Afenegus was named South Region coach of the year.


Final record: 10-8-4 overall.

Last week: No games, season completed.

All-stars: Clark forward Cristal Ruvalcaba and defender Krista Campbell received postseason honors. Clark coach Rochelle Hearns shared coach of the year honors for the South Region.


Record: 7-7 NWAACC West (T3rd of 8); 14-17 overall

This week: Clark is the No. 4 West team for the NWAACC Tournament at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham, Ore. The Penguins open vs. Blue Mountain at 2 p.m. Thursday. The Penguins would next face either Clackamas or Shoreline at 8:15 p.m. Thursday (losers bracket) or at 12:30 p.m. Friday (winners bracket). The tournament runs through Sunday.

Last week: Finished regular season with pair of 3-0 wins over Grays Harbor and Green River.


Record: 1-0 overall.

Last week: Opened season with 75-72 win at home over Bellevue.

This week: Clark at Portland CC, 5 p.m. Saturday.


Season openers: Clark will open its season on Friday at the Yakima Valley Tip-off in the first day of a three-day tournament. Clark begins at 6 p.m. Friday vs. Blue Mountain. The Penguins would next face either Whatcom or Yakima Valley at 2 p.m. (consolation bracket) or 6 p.m. (winner’s bracket) Saturday.