Clinton Prairie Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

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Lady Gophers Win Holiday Tournament!

BY ANTHONY VENCE A late fourth quarter rally followed by a strong overtime performance led the Clinton Prairie Gophers (6-5) to a 57-50 victory over the Eastern Comets (6-7) during the championship game of the Lady Gopher Holiday Tournament Friday. The Comets held the lead for most of regulation and were up by 10 points

Girls Basketball defeats South Newton

BY ANTHONY VENCE The Clinton Prairie Gophers defeated the South Newton Rebels 57-40 in the opening round of the Lady Gopher Holiday Tournament Friday. After a slow first quarter (down 5-4 after eight minutes), the Gophers outscored the Rebels 23-7 in the second quarter to take a 27-12 lead going into halftime. Pearson hit a

Lady Gophers Lose to Tri-Central

BY ANTHONY VENCE Clinton Prairie lost to conference opponent Tri-Central 54-39 at home Tuesday night. The Gophers led 34-31 going into the fourth quarter, but were outscored 23-5 during the final eight minutes of play. Senior Mattyson Robison led Clinton Prairie with 13 points while sophomores Micha Ruiz and Makayla Frank each chipped in six

IHSAA Student Athlete Tip of the Week (12/8/2014)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (12-8-14) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana” All teams will suffer a tough loss sometime during their season. A string of losses becomes known as a losing streak. The question becomes how do you stop the losing, or overcome that tough loss? Have a short term memory (both in

Lady Gophers defeat Hornets!

BY ANTHONY VENCE A late third quarter rally propelled Clinton Prairie to a 49-30 road victory over county and conference rival Rossville Tuesday night. Clinton Prairie junior guard Kayla Pearson hit a 3-pointer with one minute remaining in the third quarter to give the Gophers a 34-28 lead. The Gophers then turned two consecutive Hornet

Late Mustangs’ rally leads to win over Gophers

BY ANTHONY VENCE A late fourth quarter rally by Fountain Central led to a 63-56 win over host Clinton Prairie Saturday night. Clinton Prairie held a 35-27 lead at halftime in part due to stellar 3-point shooting by junior guard Kayla Pearson. She hit all five of her 3-pointers in the first half and finished

IHSAA Student Tip of the Week (November 17, 2014)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (11-17-14) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana”      What kind of body language do you display when you are playing your sport?  Do you wear your emotions on your sleeves, or are you stoic and hard to read? Most athletes get excited during positive or negative plays during

Recap of Opening Weekend for Lady Gophers

By Clyde Hughes LAFAYETTE – Clinton Prairie’s girls’ basketball team bounced back from a season opening loss to Harrison on Friday with a commanding 48-18 victory over Class A sectional foe Faith Christian on the road on Saturday, led by Madison Douglass’s 25 points. There was little doubt from the start as Douglass scored in

Gophers Strong in Scrimmage

By Anthony Vence The Clinton Prairie Gophers looked dominant as they hosted the Southmont Mounties for a scrimmage Saturday.The scrimmage was split up into four quarters with a running clock and no free throws until the final minute of each quarter, which included stoppages and free throws. The score was reset after each quarter. The

IHSAA Student Tip of the Week (11/10/14)

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (11-10-14) “Promoting education based athletics in Indiana”      Today’s student-athlete is no different than those of yesteryear. If you make poor choices you will be held accountable and punished for them.   Most kids think they can do questionable things and get away with them.  Someone is likely