Reds advance due to COVID forfeit

An old-fashioned, revived, rivalry, on the gridiron between Clinton and Ada came to a stop around noon Friday, when it was announced that the Cougars would not be making the trip due to COVID-19.

McCauley makes ‘mega’ noise for Reds

“Let’s go big Reds!” can be heard echoing throughout high school football stadiums, when one of Clinton’s biggest, and certainly loudest fans John McCauley, better known as “Megaphone Man,” cheers for the CHS football team on Friday nights.

Clinton senior running back Atrel Bryson needed just one touchdown, entering last night’s game against Ada to reach 40 in his career. He’s scored in four different ways during his playing career.

Clinton's second-round playoff game tonight versus Ada has been cancelled due to COVID-19. No. 9 Clinton (6-3 overall) will advance to the Class 4A quarterfinals, where it will meet the winner of No. 3 Poteau (8-2) and Skiatook (6-3).

Maley finds success through adversity

A year after plenty of struggles in the trenches, Clinton head football coach John Higbee looked for players that were ready to embrace the challenge of revamping the offensive line.

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Clinton eighth grader Parker Adams fires up a three-pointer versus Tuttle. CDN

A classic awaits CHS in second round

It’s the gridiron matchup that conjures up images of teams hoisting gold balls over and over and over again – Clinton versus Ada.

A-B boys stay unbeaten, girls suffer first loss

ARNETT – Undefeated starts are a trend at this point for the Arapaho-Butler boys’ basketball team, and it improved to a 3-0 start with a blowout, 75-38 win at Arnett Friday night. It’s the fourth-straight season that the A-B boys have started off at least 3-0.