Terry Clark along with Jay Johnson and the late Bill Moffat, formed the Brantford Braves in 1968. They had a three year plan to make the team a title contender. They did better that that! The Braves captured the Intercounty League, play-off championships and the Ontario Baseball Association’s title in 1970. Clark, a two-time winner of the David. E. Hastings Trophy (1988, 1995) as the IBL’s executive of the year, was inducted into the Brantford and Area Sports Hall of Recognition’s honour roll for his work with the provincial Junior champion 1970 Brantford Braves. He helped guide the team to a second provincial title in 1975.Clark went on to join the Red Sox in the Intercounty Baseball League as field manager, and later became general manager continuing to serve the team in an executive role until his death in 2009.