Pearland High School Alumni

Pearland, Texas (TX)

Alumni Stories

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Clay Hensley

Clay Hensley

Class of 1997

Clayton Allen Hensley...signed by scout Tom Korenek (Giants)...was a center fielder at Pearland High School before attending Lamar College in Texas...went 8-6 with a 2.97 ERA and set a single-season school record with 127 strikeouts in 100.0 innings pitched to help Lamar post a 38-24 record in 2002...the ace on the team, Hensley was named Louisville Slugger's National Player Week on May 13, striking out a then season-high 15 batters over 7.1 innings of work in Lamar's 10-3 win at Nicholls St. on May 11...his 15 strikeouts vs. Nicholls St. tied the school single-game record which was shared by Randy Williams and Linc Mikkelsen...helped guide the squad to the Southland Conference (SLC) championship and advance to the NCAA Regional at Austin... set a new Lamar single-game and an SLC Tournament single-game record by striking out 17 Texas-Arlington batters in the Cardinals 5-3 win on May 22...struck out two in 1.0 inning of work to earn the save in Lamar's 5-4 victory over Northwestern State in the SLC Tournament championship game and went on to earn the tournament's Most Valuable Player award with his tournament-record 19 strikeouts.
On August 4, 2007, Hensley gave up Barry Bonds' 755th career home run, which tied Bonds with Hank Aaron for most all-time. The next day, Hensley was optioned to the minor leagues.

Military Alumni

Military High School Alumni

Honoring Our Heroes

This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!

Lost Class Rings

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