ARDMORE – The 2019 Clinton boys’ golf season officially ended Tuesday when sophomore Tyson Miller completed his third and final round of the Class 4A state tournament at Dornick Hills

No extra time, penalty kicks or clutch saves were needed to send the Clinton girls’ soccer team (16-2 overall) back to the Class 4A state championship, it was just a dominant performance from start-to-finish in a 5-1 semifinals win over Skiatook (15-3) Wednesday at the Tornado Bowl.

Clinton Masonic Lodge, on behalf of the Oklahoma Masonic Charity Foundation, matched $1,000 in donations to the Arapaho-Butler Summer Baseball and presented a total of $2,850 to the group. Pictured,

OKLAHOMA CITY – Weather delayed the final day of the state tennis tournament until Tuesday, where both Clinton doubles teams competed against two tough draws to place in the tourney

There were only two Clinton senior athletes that competed in slow-pitch softball and track simultaneously this spring, while finishing up their high school academic careers, and both live under the

The Clinton boys’ tennis team qualified three out of four spots for the state tournament at regionals Monday. No. 1 doubles pair Blake Wolters, pictured, and Khoa To, No. 2

Playmaker, captain, goal-getter, highlight-creator and teammate encapsulate only a small part of what Clinton boys’ soccer senior forward Nalan Kentner brought to the program during his tenure. He was a

Tonight's Class 4A girls soccer state semifinals contest between Clinton (15-2 overall) and Skiatook (15-2) has officially been postponed until 5 p.m. tomorrow at the Tornado Bowl.

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