“The one thing you learn is when you can step out of your comfort zone and be uncomfortable, you see what you're made of and who you are.” - Sue Bird
Nov 12 - Varsity Football vs. Jackson-Atlanta (H), First-round State AAAAA Playoffs
Nov 13 - Gladiator Basketball Midday Madness
Congratulations to the Varsity Football team for their win over Johnson.
The Clarke Central Football team will host Jackson-Atlanta High School in the first round of the GHSA AAAAA State Football Playoffs on Friday, November 12. Kickoff will be at 7:30 pm in Billy Henderson Stadium. Tickets are $8 and will be available on GoFan and at the gate. Only GHSA passes will be accepted.
The Clarke Central Basketball Teams will host Midday Madness on Saturday, November 13 from 3-7 pm in the Clarke Central Main Gym.
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GLADIATOR STUDENT-ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Congratulations to McKenna Ezekiel for being chosen as this week’s Clarke Central High School Gladiator Student-Athlete of the Week. McKenna is a junior on the Clarke Central Varsity Cheerleading team and serves as the team’s co-captain. “McKenna is the type of student that all teachers love to have in class. She is very insightful, thoughtful, hardworking, and inquisitive. She is always seeking to be better and to learn more. She asks the right questions at the right times, and is always striving towards perfection. McKenna is a wonderful student, and I'm very excited that she is receiving this honor.” -Eric Smith, Math teacher. “McKenna is an excellent student, always full of interesting questions that show a mind constantly churning through serious subject matter. It is gratifying to see. She also listens carefully and responds to student's comments in insightful ways. It is a real pleasure to teach McKenna.” - Ian Altman, English teacher
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