National Day of Signing Cole Genders, senior at Amanda-Clearcreek High School, will continue his football career at The University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, KY. He has received a full athletic scholarship and plans to major in middle childhood education. The A-C football program is very proud of Cole and wishes him the very best with his future!
Back row: Steve Evans, Athletic Director and Scott Hinton, Head Coach Seated: Abby Genders, Cole Genders, and John Genders
A-C Football Program Rewarded $1,500 Grant! On Thursday May 14, 2015 the California Casualty Management Company honored the Amanda-Clearcreek football program with a $1500.00 grant for the purchase of new safety equipment for the program. Last fall, Amanda-Clearcreek athletic director Steve Evans, filled out a questionarie and requested Amanda-Clearcreek be consider for the grant. Last week the district received a phone call that would be awarded one of the 75 nationwide grants given by the organization. This opportunity will allow the program to purchase some much needed new helmets to help ensure our student-athletes are in the safest equipment possible. The athletic department and the Amanda-Clearcreek Football Program would like to say thank you to the California Casualty Management Company.
3 Myths that are Destroying the Youth Sports Experience for our Kids. Every year, I travel throughout the US, Canada, Asia and Europe, and give well over 100 presentations to parents and coaches. I speak to tens of thousands of people abut youth sports, coaching, and athlete development. Every time I do a live event, I get asked the following question: "if you are presenting all this science based evidence about how to raise happy, healthy and high performing athletes, why don't most coaches, clubs, schools and parents follow these protocols? Why do I see the exact opposite happening" >>read more
ACES Gear The high school cheerleaders are selling ACES gear. You can add a number for $3, a name for $5, or add both a number and name for $8.
Please contact a high school cheerleader to order or the advisor, Sandy Kilbarger at 740-974-1901 or 740-969-2308.
District Volleyball at Marion Harding Congratulations on advancing to the District Tournament at Marion Harding!
Below are some guidelines to our facility to assist you on game day.
Marion Harding High School is located at 1500 Harding Highway East in Marion Ohio. If you are traveling from the South and using Route 23, the school is found immediately to the west of the exit for Route 309. From the east, straight in on Route 309 is your best route. From the west, Route 309 can be used, or Fairground Street to avoid as many lights. From the southwest, travel north on Route 4 to the center of town and turn right on Center Street. The pass gate will be adjacent to the loading dock in the parking lot west of the high school. It will marked as such. Please enter with your team here. Fans will park and enter in the parking lot east of the high school. Tickets will be available at this entrance only. Each team will have its own locker room. It will be marked with your teams name on game night. There is an auxiliary gym next to our main gym that will have a net set up if teams would like to warm up here prior to the start of their official warm up in the main gymnasium. There will be an athletic trainer available at all contests. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email me at email@example.com, or call at 740-223-4634.
Thank you. Sean Kearns Athletic Director, Marion Harding