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At Clinton High School, cheerleader Shelbi Goossen balances at the top of a “cheerleader tower.” Holding her up are Karlee Martinez, left, and Michelle Sorter, cheer coach and CHS assistant

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A year after the Burns Flat-Dill City football team (2-0 overall) reached the state quarterfinals in Class B, the Eagles were underestimated entering 2019, but the doubters surely dwindled after

Tom Murray of Clinton won this week’s Montana Mike’s football contest. Murray was almost perfect in this week’s contest, guessing nine games right. He was one of three contestants to

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Clinton freshman football players Trey Bennett, right, and Nick O'Neale, left, prepare to make a tackle on the Tuttle running back. The ninth grade Reds (0-2 overall) lost, 14-6. Monday

Monday night the Clinton volleyball team (10-11 overall) snapped its six-game losing streak and officially exited a rough patch in its season, beating Amber-Pocasset, 3-1, at the Tornado Dome. The

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A second helping of program-reestablishing dominance was handed down by the Clinton football team in its 49-14, season-opening victory over the rival Woodward Boomers Friday night at the Tornado Bowl.

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An important district battle went the other way for the Clinton softball team (8-12 overall, 1-4 in district), suffering a detrimental loss to Anadarko (7-12, 3-5) Thursday night at home by a score of 4-2.

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CACHE – The Clinton Middle School football program won both its games at Cache Thursday night with the seventh grade prevailing in overtime, 14-6, and the eighth grade squad dominating the Bulldogs, 48-0.

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