Reds rattle rival Eagles’ nest

WEATHERFORD – After watching its 10-point lead slowly shrink down to a 48-45 advantage late in the fourth quarter, the No. 16 Clinton boys’ basketball team (16-9 overall) needed to squash Weatherford’s momentum to finish off a tough, road playoff win Thursday night.

Arapaho-Butler girls pummel Binger-Oney

CHICKASHA – A magical, 2019-2020 season pushed at least into Friday of the area tournament for the No. 17 Arapaho-Butler girls’ basketball team (19-9 overall).

CHS slow-pitch begins second season back

In less than a few weeks’ times, Clinton softball will get back on the field for its slowpitch season, but the work started right after the fast-pitch season, a reoccurring trend under fourth-year head coach Lisa Moss.

Reds start state tournament

Day one of the state tournament sees three Clinton wrestlers battling for their seasons in the do-or-die, wrestle-in matches, beginning at 9:30 a.m. this morning at Jim Norick Arena in the State Fairgrounds located in OKC.

‘Conflict’ rematch opens regional tourney

An opportunity to clinch a spot in the area tournament, advance to the regional finals and pick up some bragging rights in the rivalry, all headline tonight’s regional-opening matchup between the Clinton and Weatherford basketball programs.

Regional champions again

ARAPAHO – For the second time in three years, the No. 9 Arapaho-Butler boys’ basketball team (24- 3 overall) captured a regional title and advanced to the area tournament winner’s bracket, beating No. 7 Vici (21-5), 46-44, Saturday night at home.

Clinton claims district crowns

Friday night the Clinton basketball program etched back-to-back district championships into the history books with the Lady Reds (10-14), upsetting Harrah (13-10), 57-49, and the No. 16 CHS boys (15-9), winning big over the Panthers (9-14), 77-58 at the Tornado Dome.

CHS wrestling sends four to state tournament

TUTTLE – Faced with adversity throughout the 2019-2020 season, the No. 13 Clinton wrestling team overcame its yearlong obstacles and qualified four wrestlers for the state tournament Saturday at the regional tournament.

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