Jefferson accepts COTY award

BALTIMORE, Md. – Friday night Clinton head soccer coach Eugene Jefferson took home the honor of the National Coach of the Year Award for the small high school girls’ division.

An electrifying atmosphere took over the Tornado Dome when the No. 19 Clinton basketball team (11-3 overall) faced No. 1, defending state champion Kingfisher (12-0) Friday night. It was a

Clinton-W’ford dual rescheduled

Due to icy weather on the roads Thursday night, the district dual between Clinton and Weatherford was rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 27 at the Eagles. Carl Musick, pictured, and the Reds compete at the second day of the conference tourney today.

ARAPAHO – A new, albeit familiar, sport joins the Arapaho-Butler School’s junior high and high school athletic programs this spring with the addition of track and field.

SWOSU boosts win total against NWOSU

WEATHERFORD – An icy, frigid night in western Oklahoma couldn’t cool off the SWOSU basketball teams Thursday at the Pioneer Cellular Event Center, sweeping its rival Northwestern Oklahoma State University (NWOSU).

A-B trounces MV-G Tigers

ARAPAHO – Check off the ninth sweep of the season for the Arapaho-Butler basketball program, improving the combined record of the two teams this year to 25-7 with wins over

Reds can’t climb back versus Cache

There was simply too much ground to make up in Clinton wrestling’s district-opening, 42-32, loss to No. 7 Cache Tuesday night at home. The No. 14 Reds (3-3 overall, 0-1