Although the Clinton Maroon baseball team entered the OK Kids Coach Pitch State Tournament with minimal experience, the youthful squad recorded some nice moments in a 17-2 loss to the

Lake level is normal and gates are open at one foot. Water temperature is in the low 70 degrees. Crappie catching slowly. Bass slow to fair with buzz baits. Catfish

This article is the eighth in a series on Clinton High School football’s positional breakdowns heading into the 2019 season.

An area that brings back a wealth of experience for Clinton football is the kicking game, with senior Marco Rodriguez and his booming left leg.

Ada Seals’ player Eric Black scoops up a ground ball in the infield during Tuesday’s game.

Weston Southard of the Blanchard Boom sets up to throw to first base on day one of the OK Kids Coach Pitch State Tournament.

Turf on the Tornado Bowl brings a new opportunity to the Clinton football team, and for the first time ever according to CHS head football coach John Higbee, the Reds

With the Coach Pitch State Tournament starting today, the host Clinton Maroon team begins its play in the Red Bracket against Atoka Elite at 8 p.m. tonight. If the Maroon

It’s been a rough weekend for Oklahoma City Thunder fans. The trade of star Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers Saturday marked the beginning of the franchise’s rebuild. Then,

Clinton sophomore Aaron Seabolt stepped into a starting role for the CHS baseball team this summer. He succeeded in all aspects with a batting average of .375, an on-base percentage

The star of Clinton football’s 2016 run to the Class 4A semifinals, running back/wide receiver/ wildcat quarterback/ safety Chris Brooks got to see the field this past fall for Langston University football and is looking to make an even bigger impact in 2019.