The Greenville Bears baseball team dominated Clearwater during action Friday afternoon in Greenville. The Bears beat Clearwater 10-0 in a five-inning contest to remain undefeated.
The Ozark Foothills Conference Baseball Tournament will start Monday at Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff. The Greenville Bears are the top seed.
The Clearwater volleyball team beat county rival Greenville during action Monday night. The game was very exciting, going three sets to determine a winner.
Clearwater’s volleyball team played last Saturday in the Perryville Tournament. The Lady Tigers made it to the Silver Bracket but lost in the first round.
The Greenville Bears Varsity Baseball team traveled to Seymour Friday and Saturday to participate in the fall Wooden Bat Baseball Tournament that was hosted by the Seymour Tigers. The Bears claimed the tournament win on Saturday defeating Mansfield in a 3-1 victory. This was the second year in a row that Greenville has received the title crown.
Clearwater Lady Tigers volleyball teams had a successful night Tuesday, Sept. 22, beating Bunker. The varsity team won 25-14 and 25-21. The JV team won 25-13 and 25-9.
The Clearwater Lady Tigers volleyball team took second in the eight-team Clearwater Invitational Tournament Saturday. The Lady Tigers fell to West County in the title match.
Dena Hart of Harviell, left, and Kelly Potter of Piedmont rode 60 miles in the Tour de Corn at East Prairie on Saturday.
Harvey Thompson, left, and Eli Thompson, center, are pictured with Harvey’s dad, Arley Thompson, and the 12 hogs that Harvey and Eli killed in a trap—10 sows and three boars. Each sow has an average of five piglets, and she can have three litters a year.
Clearwater’s Dayvon Slack, seated at center, signed a National Letter of Intent Monday afternoon to attend Mineral Area College in the fall and play basketball. Joining Slack at the signing ceremony were his parents, April and Alphea Crenshaw, seated besidehim; back from left, Clearwater Athletic Director Shannon England, Clearwater Basketball Coach Andy Beck, and MAC Basketball Assistant Coach Marcus Scott.
Allie Holmes signed a national letter of intent to play college volleyball next year at Lindenwood University in Belleville, Ill. Holmes is currently a senior at Clearwater High School and had a stand-out season as a senior. She won many honors including being named Black River League Player of the Year, All-District, All-Region, and Second-Team All-State. She is pictured with her parents, Stacey and Tim Holmes (seated), and Lindenwood’s head volleyball coach, Justin Wells. Holmes plans to obtain a bachelor degree in biology/nursing.
Members of the Three Rivers College Rodeo team recently visited Community Living Center (nursing home) residents at the John J. Pershing VA Medical Center in Poplar Bluff. The team explained their events, enjoyed conversations with the Veterans, and provided them with tickets to the upcoming college rodeo. Voluntary Services Officer, Donna Reynolds noted, “We really appreciate Three Rivers College and the rodeo team – it was a great visit!”Pictured are (front row) Veterans Jerry Bishop and Crawford Price, (back row) Veteran Gene Kimes, Cory Ann McCuston, Recreation Therapist Brian Berlin, Tyler Lewis, Veteran Ken Leach, Tyler Albright, Lane Rowland, Veteran Lawrence Riley, Coach Cale Emmett, Jeffrey Pearson, Luke Swinney, Veteran Erie Jordan, Callie Stanhouse and Gigi Robey.Those interested in volunteering, visiting, or donating may contact Voluntary Services Officer, Donna Reynolds at 573/778-4275, Voluntary Services Specialist, Chris Luecke at 573/778-4276, or Voluntary Services Assistant, Bennie Hicks at 573/778-4499.
A sixth-grade AAU basketball team coached by Jeff Ayers recently finished the season undefeated. All games were played in Park Hills. Members of the team are: front from left, Laney Smith, Gracie Smith, Hailey Pauley, Alyssa Malone; back, Callie Miller, Rachel Rowold, Jada Brooks, Michalea Ayers, and Zoe Griffith.