Good Afternoon, Cloverleaf Athletic Students and Parents!
With Medina County’s transition to a Level 4 (purple) county yesterday in the Ohio Public Health Advisory System, we have made the decision to pause athletic competitions for our winter athletes for a two-week period beginning Monday, Dec. 7. This pause from competition means our student athletes will still be able to participate in practice and skill development, but will be isolated from athletes from other schools and counties for two weeks when we will reassess the situation.
With the high incidence of the virus still prevalent in our county — combined with the fact all three counties comprising our athletic conference are now at Level 4 — we feel that limiting exposure to parents, students and officials from other counties is in the best long-term interest of our students, coaches, and Cloverleaf families. Franklin County has proven Level 4 does not have to be long-term, as it transitioned back to a Level 3 designation (red) county yesterday after only two weeks. We are hopeful Medina County can do the same.
Thank you for your understanding during this unprecedented time we are all facing. We will get through this together!
Daryl Kubilus Jr.