Red Tornadoes bag Elks

Words don’t do Clinton junior running back Atrel Bryson justice, because each run is remarkable and for the second straight week, he carried the Class 4A, No. 7 Red Tornadoes (5-2 overall, 3-1 in district) in a 49-13, blowout win over the Elk City Elks (0-7, 0-4) Thursday night at home.

Fox finishing strong after lost season

Every season isn’t guaranteed – a difficult and unfortunate lesson that Clinton senior offensive/ defensive lineman Sage Fox learned last fall.

Briones brings positivity to ever-improving Lady Reds

When Clinton head softball coach Lisa Moss addressed the fans, players and coaches at the annual softball banquet Tuesday, she made specific mention of how important the four reserve seniors were to the team’s success and the growth of the program.

Pepsi Football Update

Final

Clinton 49

Elk City 13

The No. 7 Clinton Red Tornadoes (5-2 overall, 3-1 in district) win their third straight game and hand the Elks (0-7, 0-4) their seventh loss of 2019.

Halftime

Clinton 21

Elk City 7

Atrel Bryson makes it look easy on his way to a 35-yard TD run. CHS leads 14-7. OBVIOUS NEWS: Atrel Bryson is fast. He takes the wildcat QB carry right up the middle and can't be touched on a 37-yard TD run. Reds lead 21-7.

Clinton football (4-2 overall, 2-1 in district) looks for its third-straight win at 7 p.m. tonight at home against the Elk City Elks (0-6, 0-3). Follow the game here, on Facebook, Twitter or via email for all your Red Tornadoes game updates.

Denney plays selfless football for Reds

Clinton senior football player Dalton Denney earned his title as the most versatile player on the roster, seeing time at numerous positions for the Reds. Denney entered high school as

Eighth grade unbeaten

Clinton Middle School wide receiver Jeremiah Barker and the eighth grade football team moved to 6-0 Tuesday after beating Elgin, 52-6. The Whirlwinds also blew out Weatherford, 46-8, last week

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