The Arapaho-Butler Lady Indians were crowned fastpitch softball district champions as they dispatched the Cordell Lady Blue Devils, 16-0 and 24-1 in the district series Thursday night at Arapaho.

Meacham to move on from softball in college

Despite playing softball for years, Clinton Lady Reds’ senior catcher Kat Meacham has decided to move on from softball once she gets to college and put her focus on performing in track.

CHS kicks off district against John Marshall

As the Clinton Red Tornadoes (1-2) are coming off the open week of the schedule, the team now faces the tough part of the season as district play opens up with tomorrow’s homecoming tilt with the John Marshall Bears (0-3).

The Arapaho-Butler Indians improved their record to 15-9 with a 10-7 win on the diamond over the Granite Panthers Monday in their final tune-up game before district play begins Thursday.

Class A No. 4 Arapaho- Butler improved to 21-3 on the year after beating Canute 7-6 Monday at home in its final softball tune-up game before hosting the district series finals tomorrow versus Cordell.

Providing a helping hand

No. 20 Kyn’Tavion Hill gets through the opening provided by blocks from No. 10 Cooper Sulley, No. 3 Zaedon Collins and No. 58 Montiel “Bumpy” Crane during Clinton’s recent game against Heritage Hall at the Tornado Bowl.

For week three of the Clinton Daily News’ Pigskin Football Contest, Janice Smith of Clinton was crowned the winner with the most correct picks last week.

Crusaders come up short in fourth

On a night made for football with temperatures in the 60s and a light breeze, the Corn Bible Academy Crusaders fell just short, losing to the Canton Tigers 50-42 in an action packed 8-man football game Friday at Crusader Park in Corn.