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Girls Basketball: Dukes Stay Undefeated in PAC, Defeat Clearview

WELLINGTON — Wellington showed why it was undefeated in PAC play today, sprinting to a 25-point lead at halftime and never looking back, as the Dukes cruised to a 43-20 win over visiting Clearview. For the Dukes, the duo of Alexis Lehmkuhl and Jalen Gibbs led the way.  Gibbs scored 14 of her game-high 19

Boys Basketball: 4th Quarter Rally Pushes Clearview Past Columbia

SHEFFIELD TOWNSHIP — Clearview did something all too familiar this year — rallying in the second half to defeat Columbia at home.  It’s a storyline that played out on the gridiron in early October and played out again on the hardwood tonight. Columbia gave the Clippers all they had tonight, leading by 9 after three before

Girls Basketball: Clippers Hold Off Raider Rally, Defeat Columbia

SHEFFIELD TOWNSHIP — The Clearview Lady Clippers put themselves in a similar situation tonight to what they faced in Sandusky last Saturday, but this time they held on for the victory, defeating Columbia 38-35 in a Patriot Athletic Conference Stripes Division matchup. Clearview jumped out to a 14-8 lead after a quarter and a 23-15

Boys Basketball: Clippers Roll Past Black River

SHEFFIELD TOWNSHIP — The Clearview Clippers rolled to a 98-44 win over Black River in a Patriot Athletic Conference crossover matchup on Tuesday night. After a tight first few minutes of the game where it appeared neither team would get out to a fast start, Clearview took control late in the first quarter.  After being

All Teams Schedule: Week of Dec 10 – Dec 16

Dec 10 Girls Junior Varsity Bowling vs. * Midview High School (vs Midview at Slovak Lanes) 4:00 am | Clearview High School Dec 10 Boys Junior Varsity Bowling vs. * Midview High School (vs Midview at Slovak Lanes) 4:00 pm | Clearview High School Dec 10 Boys Varsity Bowling vs. * Midview High School (vs

Girls Basketball: Blue Streaks Rally Past Clippers

SANDUSKY — The Sandusky Blue Streaks scored almost as many points in the fourth quarter as they did in the first three, and it was enough for them to erase a nine-point second half deficit and rally past Clearview, 50-45, in non-conference action on Saturday. Both teams battled foul trouble during the game.  Combined, five