Clark spread his tosses among four receivers. Dylan Jaggie had six catches for 107 yards and one score. Ryan Booker caught seven for 73 yards and two TDs. Karson Williams had five receptions for 64 yards and J.D. Bush two for 27. He was picked off once in the end zone.
Sidelined briefly for a minor injury during the third quarter, Chris Moody stepped in to complete one of three passing attempts for 11 yards.
Clark added a 41-yard kickoff return and a 10-yard punt return to account for 397 all-purpose yards. He also tossed a pair of 2-point conversions and chased down a Ripley receiver for a touchdown-saving tackle at the 1-yard line.
"Wow," Ripley coach Jimmy Frashier said of Clark's performance. "He was either running it or throwing it on every play. He's an athlete and he puts you in some situations defensively."
Ripley's running game was led by David Hicks with 82 yards on 16 carries and three touchdowns. Taryn Matheny covered 69 yards on 12 attempts.
Tyler Casto completed 5 of 9 passes and two scores. Anthony Michael had three catches for 106 yards and both touchdowns. Nate Donohew had a 56-yard reception.
"I'm tickled to get the win," Frashier said. "It's really what we needed. We had to overcome some things this week, but we had a good week of practice and played hard."