- Junior Varsity Boys game
- Varsity Girls Game
- Senior Night activities
- Varsity Boys Game
During the Varsity Boys game, the 1000th career point for Heath Ayers will be recognized. The point was made during the game in Greenville on Friday night.
The barn burner at Greenville on Friday night had a full house to watch county rivals, Clearwater and Greenville, compete for bragging rights and the paddle trophy in the first “Battle Between the Lakes.”
Coaches Nathan Walk and Zac Moore coordinated the Battle for the Paddle and both teams entertained the crowd with a thrilling finish that saw Clearwater on top by three as Greenville missed a three point buzzer beater.
During the game, Clearwater senior Heath Ayers scored a free throw for his 1000th high school career point. That shot will be celebrated tonight during the Senior Night game at Clearwater against Doniphan.
The Greenville/Clearwater rivalry has carried on for many years. Both schools have gotten together and decided to commemorate this with a traveling trophy. The trophy will be a boat paddle, signifying Greenville’s close proximity to Lake Wappapello and Clearwater High School’s close proximity to Clearwater Lake.
The game begins at Greenville at 6:00 pm. Come on out and wear your red if you root for Greenville, orange if you root for Clearwater, or black if you are cheering for both, and join us for an exciting night of basketball.
The revised menu for today
Thursday, January 24, 2019
is similar to Wednesdays
with regular and spicy chicken patties,
and jalapeno/cheddar meatloaf