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OHSAA Update for Athletics

The following message was sent from the OHSAA to all schools. All Sports A MANDATORY no-contact period is in effect for all school-sponsored sports March 17-April 5, 2020. Additionally, there will be a mandatory shut down of facilities used for the purpose of conducting athletics activities from March 17-April 5, 2020.  (The Clearview no-contact period

Clearview Athletics Update

Due to the recent developments regarding the coronavirus, all athletic practices and athletic-related events are canceled beginning Friday, March 13th through Friday, April 5th.  This includes all things related to athletics such as, but not limited to, our spring sports practices and games, offseason training, weightlifting, and banquets.  There will be a reevaluation closer to

Clearview Season Ends at Districts

Robert McCardle SR (220) and David Fitzpatrick, JR (170) competed at the Division II District Wrestling Tournament at Norwalk High School this weekend. District qualifiers enter the weekend with hopes of extending their season one more week by placing in the top 4 in their respective weight classes and qualifying to the OHSAA State Tournament

7th Grade Girls Win LC8 Championship

The 7th Girls Basketball team took the court tonight looking to finish the season with some hardware.  The Lady Clippers did just that with a complete team effort and a Lorain County League Championship, defeating a tough Wellington team 34-23.  The Clippers finish the season with an impressive 17-1 overall record, a 16-0 league record,

7th Grade Lady Clippers Headed to the LC8 Championship

The 7th Grade Girls Basketball team advanced to the Championship with a win over Keystone 41-25 .  Leading scorers were Neli Pedraza with 10 and Jayla Cruz with 9.  Haley Hjerpe and Reina Ramos rebounded well to help the Clippers gain the advantage inside.  The Clippers now head to the Championship game on Wednesday to

7th Grade Lady Clippers Advance in LC8 Tournament

The 7th Grade Girls Basketball team advances to the semifinals with a win over Black River 51-10.  Leading scorers were Aminah Mustafa with 14 and Maddie Diaz with 9. Reina Ramos and Haley Hjerpe provided great rebounding and defense.  They will now travel to Black River MS to take on Keystone on Tuesday at 5:00pm.