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This article is the sixth in a series on Clinton High School football’s positional breakdowns heading into the 2019 season. Two things that Clinton senior linebacker Eddi Gonzalez does well,

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DAPHNE, Ala. – A road trip outside of Oklahoma’s borders gave the Clinton softball team an opportunity to face different, top-tier talent at the Gulf South Classic Saturday and Sunday.

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Forecasted storms forced the second annual Hub City Beat Down into the Tornado Dome Saturday night, but the move from outdoors to indoors didn’t affect attendance as 22 different towns

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With the summer baseball season winding down, Clinton (15-10-1 overall) put together one of its best performances Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, going undefeated through four games before falling to Weatherford

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10. Lady Reds go back to state

A daunting task faced the Clinton girls’ golf team following the 2018 season. No. 1 bag Adrianna Glance moved on to college, and the young team needed to progress if it had any hope of reaching state in 2019.

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This article is the fifth in a series on Clinton High School football’s positional breakdowns heading into the 2019 season. – Aug. 31, 2018 – Clinton football put a disappointing

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Nearly 20 Clinton kids participated and received college-level instruction from retired University of Oklahoma head coaches Mark Johnson and Paul Lockwood Thursday morning at the Oklahoma Tennis Foundation’s (OTF) Hall

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Saturday night the Hub City Beat Down outdoor wrestling tournament returns for its second year, starting at 7 p.m. and is changing its location from downtown Clinton on Frisco Avenue

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MOORE – For one more day, Clinton soccer’s four All-State seniors showcased what the west side of the state had to offer in the Oklahoma Soccer Coaches Association All-State games

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Competition has always been embraced by the Clinton football program over the years, and the 2019 season is no different, especially in this year’s scrimmages. The Reds, who are looking

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