Clinton hosts Bethany tonight

Clinton senior defender Angel Rodriguez and the Clinton soccer program are back on the field at 6 p.m. tonight at the Tornado Bowl against Bethany. Both Clinton teams look to move to 2-0 on the year. 

Clinton powers through Panthers

A 6-1 win over Putnam City North for the Clinton girls’ soccer team (1-0 overall) kicked off a big opening night for the program, and Devin Keel closed it out with a gamewinning goal to clinch a 2-1 victory for the CHS boys (1-0).

Indians battle Bobcats in state opener

What better way to open up the state tournament for the No. 9 Arapaho-Butler boys’ basketball team (25-3 overall), than to face No. 6 Hydro- Eakly (26-4) in a western Oklahoma rivalry matchup at 3:30 p.m. today at ‘The Big House’ in OKC.

Clinton closes year at state tourney

OKLAHOMA CITY – Three of Clinton wrestling’s four state qualifiers earned wins at the state tournament Friday in Jim Norick Arena and closed out the year with a positive to build on for next season or at the next level.

Reds face underrated Conquerors at area

A matchup against a scrappy Victory Christian squad opens the area tournament for the No. 16 Clinton boys’ basketball team (16-10 overall) at 3 p.m. Thursday in Stillwater.

Clinton junior guard Atrel Bryson shoots a fadeaway jumper over a Kingfisher defender. Bryson recorded eight points and three assists in the loss to KF. CDN | Collin Wieder

KINGFISHER – Not much went the way of the No. 16 Clinton boys’ basketball team (16-10 overall) in Saturday night’s regional finals game, and No. 1 Kingfisher (25-0) piled it on as the game progressed, handing the Reds a 91-40 loss.

Indians claim state spot with win over defending champs

CHICKASHA – It appeared the No. 9 Arapaho- Butler boys’ basketball team (25-3 overall) was going to have to regroup and try for its state ticket the following night, trailing the No. 1 Cyril Pirates (24- 4), 37-30, with just over a minute to play in the area title game Friday night.

Rising Stars

Team Seven of the Clinton Elemetary Basketball League poses for a team photo. Pictured are, front row, from left, Damars Ellis, Alexis Acevedo, Owen Salinas, Camron Washington, SJ Adkinson, Aades Baraza, Esteban Galvan, Aaron Nava, Alexander Hernandez, Stacey Frank; back row, coach Julie Adkinson and helper Lily Adkinson.

Clinton seventh grader

Taybor Moss attacks the basket from the baseline against Weatherford. CDN | Collin Wieder

Clinton seventh grader

Grace Meacham dribbles into the open court in a game versus Weatherford. CDN | Collin Wieder