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Thankful for our Cheer Block… IHSAA Tip of the Week (1-27-2014)

This IHSAA Student of the Week is more about the athlete than our Cheer Block, but before you read this week’s Tip of the Week, I would like to take a moment to brag a little about our kids. Although our Cheer Block and Fans are not perfect…I am very proud of the way we

Clover Cheerleaders to be on Operation Basketball!

Our Cloverdale Cheerleading Squad has been selected to appear on Channel 13’s Operation Basketball.  They will be on tonight at 11:00 PM after our game at North Putnam.  Please plan to watch and support this group of girls and also Coach Atwood and Coach Wright.  They have all worked hard and worked together this season


The Cloverdale Boys’ Basketball team was selected as the Indiana Team of the Week from  We finished with over 2000 votes and over 400 votes above the second place team.  Thank you to our coaching staff and our team for their hard work this season!  We also need thank our entire corporation faculty and


Our Boy’s Varsity Basketball Team has been nominated for Indiana Basketball Team of the Week from  We are 1 of 5 schools nominated and the winner will be based off the number of votes we received from now until Thursday this week. Here’s the deal, click on the image above and to the right,

Girls’ JV/Varsity Basketball Game Tonight Moved to Wednesday

Our game with Rockville has been moved to tomorrow, Wednesday, 1-22-2014.  Rockville did not have school today and as long as they do tomorrow, we will play then.  Bus Departure and game times remain the same.  If there are any changes, we will post them here.  GO CLOVERS!

Make-up Dates for Postponed Events

High School:  Girls’ Basketball vs. Clay City >> @ home on January 25th, 2014 @ 12:00 PM for JV and Varsity following Girls’ Basketball vs. South Vermillion >> away February 6th, 2014 @ 6:00 PM for JV and Varsity following (Depart @ 4:00) JV County >> we will play the first round during our regular

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (1-13-14)

“Promoting education-based athletics in Indiana.” I’m a firm believer that athletes can learn by watching others. Whether it’s a game you attend or one you watch on television, observe with the idea of trying to learn. Take the Indianapolis Colts victory over Kansas City a week back, for instance. The Colts overcame a 28 point deficit

Hard Work is a Separator…Do you Give your Best?

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (12-16-13) “Promoting education-based athletics in Indiana.” Paul Patterson, retired basketball coach at Taylor University, was recently named the Silver Medal winner by the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. A quote by him applies to all athletes at every level.  “What I’ve learned is hard work is the separator.  Our faith grows in

Can you be a good teammate while waiting your turn?

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (12-9-13)“Promoting education-based athletics in Indiana.” Have you been told by a coach that you must wait your turn?  Do you understand the meaning and why a coach might tell you this? Most athletes aren’t ready physically or mentally to compete at the varsity level when they are 9th or 10th graders.  Playing freshmen and junior

It’s Great to be a Clover!

The Cloverdale Boy’s Basketball Team won the Putnam County Tournament on Saturday.  Due to weather, both rounds of the tournament had to be played on Saturday with a morning session starting at 10:00 AM and concluding with the Championship game beginning around 8:00 PM.  The Clovers won the first game against a hot shooting Tiger