Clinton competes in scrimmage

Six sets of competitive, scrimmage play gave the Clinton volleyball players and coaches a good look at their roster for the upcoming season Friday at the CHS practice gym.

The Clinton Middle School football program is checking out its equipment for the upcoming school year at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Tuesday. The eighth graders will pick up their gear first and the seventh graders will follow.

The Clinton volleyball team’s second year under head coach Tobi-Rae Barker commences with a pair of scrimmages against Corn Bible Academy and Weatherford, beginning at 9 a.m. this morning at the practice gym.

Championship-caliber winners

Some of the winners of the championship flight at this past weekend’s Riverside Rumble grouped up for a photo after their final rounds. Pictured are, from left, Audra Smalley, Mike Belter, Jeff Brown, Chris Martin and Megan Brown. Smalley and Belter shot a two-round score of 120 (59, 61). Jeff and Megan Brown shot 117 (60, 57) and Martin and Marvelyn Kartika, not pictured, shot 115 (56, 59).

The Great American Conference’s delay of fall sports has moved the SWOSU football team’s season opener against Southeastern Oklahoma State University to 6 p.m., Saturday Oct. 3 at Milam Stadium.

Cisneros looks to bounce back

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is the fourth in a series on Clinton High School football’s positional breakdowns heading into the 2020 season.

OB&T's Rising Stars

Clinton 12U baseball player Matthew Bermea zooms a ball to first base at regionals.

Clinton begins practice soon

In less than two weeks, the Clinton football team is expected to step back on the field for the first time since its 2019 playoff game against Bethany last November.

CHS stays safe, works in outbreak

The Clinton 12U, kid-pitch squad ended its season three games deep at the state tournament Thursday. Clinton battled to the end in an 8-5, season-ending loss to Elk City. Clinton catcher Luke Bailey steps into his throw to first base at the regional tournament, while teammate Jiles Southall looks on.

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