Gaunt transfers to Seminole St.

A change of scenery is in order for one of Clinton High School’s three Div. I athletes from the class of 2019 with former CHS baseball star Gage Gaunt transferring from Oklahoma State University to Seminole State College.

MONTICELLO, Ark. – In just her 11th season at the school, SWOSU head women’s basketball coach Kelsi Musick captured her 200th win at the school Thursday night with a 72-61 decision at Arkansas-Monticello.

Ranked A-B squads return Tuesday

Arapaho-Butler guard Brett Griffith reaches up to snag a rebound against Canute. Griffith is the team’s third-leading scorer (8.3 PPG) and second-leading rebounder (4.6 RPG). Both A-B teams return to the floor starting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday versus Sweetwater.

Wrestling ready for tough January

The No. 16 Clinton wrestling team doesn’t get back on the mats for competition until Jan. 9, but the Reds already returned to practice in preparation for the toughest month

Kentner shines in first year at OBU

All-time Clinton soccer great and Oklahoma Baptist freshman forward Nalan Kentner took his skill set to the college level this past fall and became a big-time contributor in his first

Johnson playing efficient reserve role

Clinton senior guard Dayonna Johnson sneaks a pass by the outstretched arm of a Woodward defender. Johnson is playing her off-the-bench role well so far. She adds a couple points

Crumley slides past defenders

Clinton sophomore Jackson Crumley tries to step by a pair of Tuttle guards. Crumley and the Clinton basketball teams return to the floor at 6:30 p.m. Friday at home for

A-B out to yet another great start

ARAPAHO – Few teams in Class A basketball can boast a run of Arapaho-Butler’s caliber over the last six years, and it appears no end is in sight this year

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