Clinton football (2-1 overall) is on the road to open district play at Newcastle (1-2) at 7 p.m. tonight. Follow the game here, on Facebook, Twitter or via email for all your Red Tornadoes game updates.

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Career win No. 60 for this year’s Clinton volleyball seniors was fittingly recorded on senior night for the Lady Reds (12-13 overall), as they trounced Class 3A, No. 15 Erick-Sweetwater

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Nine seniors took ownership of the Clinton softball program and transformed it into what it is today, and every single one of them had an impact on its turnaround. Five

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One portion of the Clinton football season ended when the final buzzer sounded Thursday night at Lawton MacArthur, and a new one begins for the Red Tornadoes (2-1 overall), as

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As Arapaho-Butler head baseball coach Jared Cudd expected, the Indians (9-10 overall as of Monday morning) turned a winning corner and haven’t look back, notching a five-game win streak over

Carol Bentley of Clinton won this week’s Montana Mike’s football contest. Bentley picked nine games correctly and won the yardage tiebreaker against two others. She said the Reds would rush

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LAVERNE – Each week the stock of the Burns Flat-Dill City football team (3-1 overall) rises up another level, because of big-time wins and competitive contests against traditional, eight-man powers.

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LAWTON – A week after suffering a 27-point loss at Heritage Hall, the Clinton football team (2-1 overall) answered its first bit of adversity with a physical, 28-13 win over Lawton MacArthur Thursday night to close out non-district play.

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This year’s senior class got to see the start of the Clinton softball program’s turnaround from the ground up to where it is now, and no one had more of a front row seat than four-year starting catcher Kennedy Meacham.

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