Mr. Mabury’s classes have been doing some interesting projects. The Floriculture class visited Piedmont Florist and learned how to make boutonnieres. The next day in class, students made their own boutonnieres. In Ag 2, students spent time cleaning up the flower bed in front of the school.
Clearwater Foundation is excited to announce their next fundraiser – a calendar raffle. Each day has an average of $50 worth of prizes!!!!!!! Entry into all 3️1 days of drawings for each calendar purchase – can win multiple times!!! (You name is NOT removed from future drawings if you win something one day!) 20 per calendar (one entry per day for 31 days). Entries can be purchased by FB messenger, through any Foundation board member, at Ozark Federal Credit Union, or at Piedmont Family Pharmacy. Out of town people can still enter…we will mail prizes or coordinate pick up, if needed. Can pay with cash, check, or PayPal.
Clearwater Alumni is hosting the annual alumni gathering for Clearwater graduates on September 25 at the Trinity UMC pavilion. See flyer for details.
This weekend was a busy one for our athletes.
Friday night, our baseball team took on Naylor at home. Clearwater claimed the victory, winning 8-7. Coach Sheets had this to say: Friday’s game was a great rebound game for our team. We started out slow and fell behind. We did not give up and kept fighting. The boys battled back late and grabbed a walk-off win. I am proud of the way the boys responded from the night before. They fought, kept each other up, and never gave up.
Friday night and much of the day Saturday, our volleyball team competed in the Dig for Life Tournament in Cape Girardeau. Over the course of 2 days, they played 6 matches and made it to Round 2 of the tournament. Coach Ayers had this to say: We tried some different line ups this weekend. The girls worked hard and we know some areas that we need to improve.
On Saturday, our cross country team competed in the Arcadia Valley meet. Coach West had this to say: Conner Roberts had a great race improving his time by a full minute. Aiden Morin and Dylan Cook also improved their times. Ava Umfleet, Haylee Esser, Trinity Pearson, and Erin Henson all improved their times. Here are the results of the boys’ meet with their times and places: Brenden Edwards 21:38 85th; Ty Silvester 21:50 88th; Conner Roberts 25:47 121th; Aiden Morin 28:35 125th; Dylan Cook 38:46 127th. Here are the results of the girls’ meet with their times and places: Ava Umfleet 27:39 71st; Nancy Hampton 29:01 81st; Haylee Esser 29:03 83rd; Trinity Pearson 36:02 95th; Erin Henson 36:08 96th. There were around 300 high school boys and 200 high school girls in the competition.
(Baseball photos courtesy of Maegan Keister; Volleyball photos by Clurie and Cindy Briley; Cross Country photos courtesy of Darcy Edwards)
If you haven’t paid your club dues yet, please make plans to do so! Mrs. Stirts wants to remind you that Interact dues should be paid by October 15 and are $10.
The schedule for the Dig For Life Volleyball Tournament in Cape Girardeau has changed. CHS Volleyball will now play at 6:10 and 7:50 this evening instead of previously scheduled times. Tomorrow’s games are unchanged.
Congratulations to our cross country team! Nancy Hampton shaved three minutes off her time from last week’s meet, and in the middle school competition, Gavin Reynolds place 3rd in his first meet! High School team members medaling in yesterday’s meet:
Nancy Hampton, 9th place
Makinlee Keister, 10th place
Haylee Esser, 14th place
Brenden Edwards, 10th place
Ty Silvester, 11th place
photo credit Rye Huff and Cordelia Elder