Clarksville Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 0 - 2
  • Conference Record: 0 - 2

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Boys Basketball vs. Rock Creek 2/26/2021

Information for Friday’s Home Regular Season Finale for the JV/V Boys Basketball Teams: 1) We will be allowed half capacity for the game.   Tickets are available at 2) MASKS ARE STILL REQUIRED!   Please also social distance when not sitting with your family members. 3) We do ask that at the completion of the varsity game,

Boys Basketball at Brownstown Central Information

Please see the following attachment regarding tomorrow’s boys basketball JV/V game at Brownstown Central. vis BB guidelines 2-23-21 Tickets may be purchased at        

BB Game at New Washington Information

Please see the following event precautions from New Washington High School for our boys basketball game on Saturday.   New Washington is only allowing two tickets per player and vouchers will be given out by the boys basketball staff. Event Attendance Protocol Visitors Information

JV BB at Floyd Central Cancelled

Tomorrow’s JV game at Floyd Central has been cancelled.   The game will be varsity ONLY starting at 7:30 PM.

Tickets for Tonight’s Game at Silver Creek

Tickets for tonight’s boys basketball game at Silver Creek are now available to the general public.  Tickets are $6.00 and can be bought at the following link: An update on any tickets available at the door will be given this afternoon on Twitter. Please remember that masks are required and to try to social distance

BB at Floyd Central Postponed to Saturday

Tonight’s boys basketball game at Floyd Central has been postponed to this Saturday, December 5th with a 6:00 PM JV start.   The ticket situation remains the same that was sent out previously.

Boys’ Basketball: Clarksville vs New Albany Location Changed

Attention Fans, Due to gym size and COVID protocols, Clarksville High School has asked New Albany High School to host the season opener on Wednesday, November 25th for boys’ basketball. The game will still be considered Clarksville’s home game; however, it will hosted at New Albany’s normal 4,000 seat capacity gym which is currently reduced