‘Conflict’ set at Tornado Bowl

After the fallout of a 28-21, district, road loss at Newcastle, the Clinton football team (2-2 overall, 0-1 in district) got back to work in preparation for arguably its toughest

Lady Reds finish 2019 with a win

OKLAHOMA CITY – Improvement is a word that gets used a lot to describe the Clinton softball program, but it’s an appropriate term for the rising Lady Reds (14-21 overall),

The Clinton volleyball team is headed to Oklahoma Christian School in Edmond for the regional tournament for the second consecutive season. It's a difficult regional with the three opposing teams

Indians compete to the end at district tourney

FORT COBB – Arapaho-Butler baseball (11-12 overall) embraced its challenging district pairing head on and fought to the final out in a season-ending loss against Class A, No. 4 and

A-B ends season in district title

HYDRO – The Arapaho-Butler softball team (14-18 overall) advanced to the district tournament championship Thursday and continued to improve, before ending its 2019 season against Hydro-Eakly (16-10) Friday in the

Mike Blackburn of Clinton won this week’s Montana Mike’s football contest. Blackburn selected eight out of 10 games correctly and won the rushing yardage tiebreaker. He guessed that Clinton would

Santos exceeding her own expectations

Clinton softball second baseman Jenna Santos became one of the many reliable starters in the lineup as both a hitter and fielder this year. Recording the best season to date

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NEWCASTLE – Thursday night was not the start to district play that the No. 5 Clinton football team (2-2 overall, 0-1 in district) hoped for, falling short to the upset-minded, Newcastle Racers (2-2, 1-0), 28-21.

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Mark down a 3-0 record for the non-varsity Clinton football squads this week, as the seventh, eighth and ninth grade swept the Anadarko Warriors Tuesday night at the Tornado Bowl.