Varsity Track & Field Coaches


Amy Laffan

Varsity Cross Country & Varsity and Jr. High Track and Field

Joining our program in the Fall of 2019, Amy Laffan grew up in Georgia where she participated in cross country and basketball at Calvary Christian School in Columbus, Georgia. She earned a Political Science degree from the University of Texas at El Paso. Today, she continues to be an avid runner, usually running between 50-60 miles a week, in her words, “for fun”. Coach Laffan has lived in El Paso for 18 years after moving with her husband, Jason, who works full time with Casas por Cristo, an organization that does mission work through building houses and planting churches. Amy Laffan is the loving mother of three boys, Jonas, Kash, and Titus. Her family is now proud to call El Paso home. 

'I can do all things through Christ who strengtheneth me.'

Philippians 4:13


Varsity & Jr. High Track and Field Coach

Robert Clark is a 20 year Veteran of the US Army, retiring in 2016 as a Staff Sergeant. He graduated from Columbia College in 2012 with a degree in Psychology. Clark’s military service brought him to El Paso in 2012, the same year that he began the Supers Organization, a city youth sports organization that offers team participation in several areas including football, track & field, and wrestling. He remains with the program to this day as Vice President of the organization. In addition to his work running the Supers Organization, he is the owner and operator of Performance Sports Academy which provides strength and conditioning services for many of El Paso’s student-athletes.

Coach Clark is USA Track and Field Level 1 Certified, coaching a 2021 TAAF State Champion in Hurdles, and coached several Track & Field Athletes to the USATF Nationals with 2 attaining All-American status.

In addition to his track experience, Clark is USA Powerlifting certified and has coached 4 State Record Holders in Powerlifting. He also has experience coaching wrestling and is USA Wrestling Bronze and Copper certified.

In 2018 he accepted a position as Defensive Coordinator and Running Backs coach at Mayfield High School in Las Cruces, NM, where the Trojans would claim the District Championship that year.