News · This Week in Prairie Athletics 12/18


Happy Holidays to all of Gopher Nation! Here are the latest news and notes from Prairie Athletics…

  • Girls Basketball continues to roll with wins over Northwestern on Tuesday and Twin Lakes on Thursday. The Gophers improved to 9-1 on the season and remain unbeaten in the HHC. Over Winter Break, the Lady Gophers will participate in the Twin Lakes Invite on Dec. 29th and 30th. Their opener will be against Logansport at 4:30pm on Dec. 29th in the main gym at Twin Lakes. They will also play two games on Dec. 30th. Saturday, January 2nd, Prairie will head to Taylor for a Varsity only contest in an important HHC matchup with the host Titans. Both the Lady Gophers (3-0) and Taylor (2-0) are currently undefeated in HHC play.
  • The Boys Basketball team had several games shuffled over the last week and a half. The next game for the Gophers will be Dec. 22 against Faith Christian, which is also Senior Night for Cheerleaders, Prairiettes, and the Boys Basketball team. In addition, the Gophers have rescheduled games with Frontier (@ Frontier, Jan. 6th, 6pm), Delphi (@ CP, Jan. 9th, 6pm), Sheridan (@ Sheridan, Feb. 10th, 6pm) and WeBo (still TBD). The Gophers are currently 2-1 on the season. Over Winter Break the Gophers will compete in the Holiday Tournament at Clinton Central on Dec. 29th and 30th. They open play on Dec. 29th at 6pm vs. Carroll. Prairie will also travel to Taylor on Saturday, January 2nd.
  • The Wrestling team competed in the Clinton County Tournament last night at Frankfort. Braden Mullendore and Drew Duarte took home individual championships while several Gophers just missed out. As a team, the Gophers went 1-2 on the night with a victory over Rossville. This weekend the Gophers will travel to Rochester for the McKee Invitational. Following Winter Break the Gophers will travel to Sheridan on January 6th for a dual with the host Blackhawks before competing in the Mac Invite at Maconaquah on Saturday, January 9th.

I wanted to extend a thank you to all of the fans in attendance at the Delphi Boys Basketball game for your understanding and cooperation.  It obviously wasn’t something we were expecting and your adherence to the PA directions was much appreciated.

This will be the last update prior to the new year. Clinton Prairie Athletics would like to wish each of our Gopher families a wonderful holiday season! We look forward to continuing our athletic programs and hope to see you again soon at an event in 2021. Stay safe and GO GOPHERS!