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Boys Tennis Beats Clarksville 5-0

Scottsburg beats Clarksville 5-0. I felt like we played competitive and had our moments. Overall, it was just too much inconsistent play.  Everyone started slow today and then stepped up in the second set but came up short. We need to come out with more confidence & aggresiveness from the start in our matches. Espsically

Football Ticket Information vs. Silver Creek

CLARKSVILLE FANS:  Please use the link: to purchase tickets for Friday’s Homecoming Football game vs. Silver Creek. I fully anticipate a sell out for the game. This link is now open to all those interested in attending the game on the Clarksville side of the field.   Tickets will be limited to 250 for each team. The

Volleyball Picks up win at Medora

25-18 22-25 21-25 25-19 15-12 Dahja Gaines- 7 aces 4 kills 2 blocks Carlye Nixe- 6 kills 1 ace Jasmine Walker- 4 blocks 2 aces three kills Caden Owens- 2 blocks Savannah Appell- 2 kills Kaitlin Bishop- 3 kills 2 blocks 3 aces

Tennis Downs Corydon 4-1

Clarksville beat Corydon Central 4-1.  I thought the entire team played a nice confident match today. All the singles players were really focused and played aggressive. Terry Morgan at #2 singles really came out confident, tough and was the first off, the courts. This was a good team win. #1 Singles: Ethan Neal (Clarksville) defeats

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 21 – Sep 27

Sep 21 Boys Varsity Tennis vs. Corydon Central High School CORYDON CENTRAL 5:00 pm | Clarksville High School Sep 21 Junior Varsity Football vs. Salem High School SALEM 6:00 pm | Clarksville High School Sep 21 Varsity Volleyball at Medora Jr & Sr High School Medora Jr & Sr High School 6:00 pm | Medora

Tennis Competes at South Central

South Central defeated Clarksville 5-0.  The match was tighter than the score. We lost two 3 setters and a close match at #1 singles things could have went either way.  We have to figure out how to win these close matches, especially our doubles, who have lost several tight 3 setters. #1 Singles: Frank Goodman defeats

Girls Golf Team shoots low rounds

Clarksville’s Knight earns medalist honors for Generals JOSH COOK JOSH.COOK @NEWSANDTRIBUNE.COM HANOVER — Clarksville’s Karena Knight earned medalist honors, but Scottsburg won a three-way girls’ golf match Wednesday at Butler Falls Golf Course. Knight fired the top individual score, a 38 — two shots ahead of Warriorette Makayla Barger. Led by Barger, Scottsburg carded a

Salem Downs Tennis Team 5-0

Salem defeated Clarksville 5-0. Everyone has to get more competitive and more confident in their new positions. There were signs of good play and progress but overall, too much inconsistent play, lack of belief. #1 Singles: Mason Dillion defeats Ethan Neal (Clarksville) 6-3, 6-1 #2 Singles: Josh Burton defeats Terry Morgan (Clarksville) 6-1, 6-3 #3 Singles:

Boys Tennis: Charlestown Defeats CHS 5-0

Charlestown defeated Clarksville 5-0. I thought Ethan Neal played tough in his new role as our #1 singles, he always competes.  Saul Tatum also played a nice match in his first start at #3 singles.  Our doubles team was not very competitive today but I look for them to bounce back in tomorrow’s match. #1

Salem Football Ticket Information

Ticket information for Friday’s MSC football game at Salem. CHS has been allotted 150 tickets for the game.   There WILL BE NO tickets sold at the gate.   You MUST buy your ticket this week at the times below. Monday and Tuesday: Players/Coaches/Families of Football Staff – See Coach Boser after practice both days. Wednesday: General