Clinton football (1-0 overall) plays the two-time defending state champion Heritage Hall Chargers at 7 p.m. tonight on the road. Follow the game here, on Facebook, Twitter or via email for all your Red Tornadoes game updates tonight.

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There’s no question the Clinton softball program is in better shape now, than when this year’s seniors started their varsity careers under fourth-year head coach Lisa Moss in 2016. The

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The Corn Bible Academy volleyball team (11-10 overall) finished second at the Chickasha Tournament Saturday. McKinsi Grube, pictured, and Reagan Russell made the All-Tournament team.

The NFL receives the highest television ratings of all pro sports, and football continues to have the highest rates of participation for high school boys in the country (compared to

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An annual, non-district rivalry that highlights Oklahoma high school football’s schedule every year is the Clinton-Heritage Hall matchup, which kicks off at 7 p.m. Friday at Heritage Hall. The Red

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At Clinton High School, cheerleader Shelbi Goossen balances at the top of a “cheerleader tower.” Holding her up are Karlee Martinez, left, and Michelle Sorter, cheer coach and CHS assistant

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A year after the Burns Flat-Dill City football team (2-0 overall) reached the state quarterfinals in Class B, the Eagles were underestimated entering 2019, but the doubters surely dwindled after

Tom Murray of Clinton won this week’s Montana Mike’s football contest. Murray was almost perfect in this week’s contest, guessing nine games right. He was one of three contestants to

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