CHS stays safe, works in outbreak

Last week’s announcement of a COVID-19 outbreak in Clinton volleyball and softball changed the schedules for both sports.

Acosta signs with Rose State

All set up to attend college elsewhere, Clinton 2020 graduate and three-year volleyball starter Abigail Acosta decided she wasn’t through with her athletic career.

The OSSAA announced in a zoom meeting Thursday morning that its going to continue forward with Oklahoma fall sports schedule.

Lake level is 1.25 feet below normal. Gates are closed. Water temperature is in mid 70’s and clear.

Bass biting OK to good with spinnerbaits. Hybrid biting OK along dam with hard baits. Walleye catching OK with worms.

Reds claim win at state tourney

SALLISAW – This 12U group for the Clinton baseball program has battled its entire career when backed against a wall, and it proved that statement true again Wednesday, coming back to defeat Chandler, 6-5, in the elimination game at the state tournament.

Newcomb officially a ‘Dawg’

Clinton 2020 grad Ty Newcomb signed his letter of intent Tuesday, to play golf for SWOSU. Pictured are, front row, from left, Chris Newcomb, Ty, Angie Newcomb; back row, head golf coach Mike Lee and boys’ head basketball coach Chad Pugh.

Repeat champion

Clinton junior slugger Caden Powell took home his second home run derby title but at a different event showcase. Powell won the High Plains Shootout home run derby last year and then the Oklahoma State Games home run derby this year.

CHS moves summer mark to 3-3

HOBART – The Clinton softball team (3-3 overall for summer) rebounded after dropping both its games Thursday, with an 8-7 win over 2019 Class A State Tournament team Canute, before falling 8-2 to Navajo in the second game of the doubleheader Monday afternoon.

	Clinton 12U reaches state n

WEATHERFORD – Entering day two of the regional tournament Friday, Clinton’s 12U, midget, kid-pitch team needed two more wins to secure a spot at next week’s state tournament in Sallisaw.

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