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Event Recap: Week of January 21 – January 27

Saturday, Jan 21st Boys Junior Varsity Basketball @ Lorain High School L 79 – 57 Boys Varsity Basketball @ Lorain High School L 90 – 70 SUMMARY Sunday, Jan 22nd No event results Monday, Jan 23rd Coed Varsity Bowling @ Berea-Midpark High School N/A Girls 7th Grade Basketball vs. Rocky River Middle School – Maroon

Boys Basketball: Clippers Roll to 11th Win On Season

The Clippers boys started slow, but had a strong second half en route to a 74-39 win over division rival Brooklyn on Friday night. The game was tight throughout the first half with the Clippers leading 27-19 at the half, before pulling away with a 25-6 run to finish the 3rd and start the 4th

Clearview High School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Brooklyn City Schools 74-39

Friday, January 27, 2017 7:30 PM Clearview High School AWAY 74 Brooklyn City Schools HOME 39 Game Recap The Clippers improved to 11-3 overall and 9-1 in the PAC with a victory tonight at Brooklyn. The Clippers travel to Firelands on Tuesday, January 30. Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Clearview 16 11 26 21

Girls Basketball: Clippers Win 3rd Of 4 with OT Win at Brooklyn

For the third time in the last four games, the Lady Clippers have come up a winner.  Clearview, behind a season-high 32 points from Brandyce Smith, defeated host Brooklyn 58-55 in overtime. After a back-and-forth first quarter that featured five lead changes, the Hurricanes took control midway through the second quarter, opening up a 7-point

Antonio Bennett recognized for All Ohio Honors

Last night, Antonio Bennett was recognized for earning All Ohio Honors.  Bill Rufo presented a plaque to Antonio from the Lorain Sports Hall of Fame.  Antonio was an outstanding baseball player for the Clippers for 4 years.  He is currently preparing for his first season at The University of Toledo.

Boys Basketball: Clearview Holds Off Keystone

A back-and-forth game  went Clearview’s way on Tuesday night, as the Clippers defeated Keystone 72-64 before a packed home crowd on mini cheer night. After a back-and-forth first half where no team led by more than four points, Clearview opened the second half on a 10-2 run, then held off a Wildcats comeback. Deuce Martin