Whitney plays major part in program’s growth

A run to the area tournament put the Clinton girls’ basketball team back into the 4A spotlight in 2019, and the program wouldn’t have gotten there without 2020 senior forward Kayde Whitney.

Eddy building herself back from injury

A trying season played out for 2018 Clinton grad and SWOSU sophomore midfielder Katy Eddy, but she moves forward with a bigger appreciation and understanding of the game.

Clinton claims first win against I-40 rival

ELK CITY – There are no easy wins in wrestling District 4A-1 this year, and even though Clinton was undermanned and up against a loud, upset-hopeful Elk City crowd, the

Six Reds place at conference tourney

KINGFISHER – Injuries continue to mount for the No. 14 Clinton wrestling team, but the remaining starters keep pushing, working and placing with six individuals making the top six at

Newcomb making most of minutes in senior year

Four starters graduated off of last year’s Clinton boys’ basketball team, pushing the reserve players into the starting lineup, simultaneously emptying the bench for the 2019-2020 season. The Reds needed

An electrifying atmosphere took over the Tornado Dome when the No. 19 Clinton basketball team (11-3 overall) faced No. 1, defending state champion Kingfisher (12-0) Friday night. It was a

Jefferson accepts COTY award

BALTIMORE, Md. – Friday night Clinton head soccer coach Eugene Jefferson took home the honor of the National Coach of the Year Award for the small high school girls’ division.

Clinton-W’ford dual rescheduled

Due to icy weather on the roads Thursday night, the district dual between Clinton and Weatherford was rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 27 at the Eagles. Carl Musick, pictured, and the Reds compete at the second day of the conference tourney today.

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