National Coach of the Year

Standing atop all other soccer coaches in the country for spring seasons is Clinton head soccer coach Eugene Jefferson, who received news this past weekend that he’d been named the

Reds take third place, girls win first game

PRAGUE – Weathering a brutal schedule to start the season, the Clinton boys’ basketball team (3-2 overall) boasts a winning record through five games and some hardware to show for

Clinton basketball splits first-round tourney games

PRAGUE – Clinton basketball opened up the Prague Tourney with a 1-1 record in its first-round games Thursday, winning the boys’ game 56-41 against Cleveland and falling in the girls’ game 57-45 to Class 5A, No. 12 Carl Albert.

Indians avenge loss to Hammon, advance to finals

HAMMON – The lone loss on Arapaho-Butler boys’ basketball’s record was avenged less than a month after the defeat, when the No. 14 Indians (8-1 overall) took down the Class B, No. 12 Hammon Warriors (6-4) Thursday night in the Five-County Tournament Semifinals, 53-50.

Whitney signs at Carl Albert State

One of Clinton softball’s cornerstones in the program turnaround is taking her skills to the collegiate level, when third baseman Kayde Whitney signed with Carl Albert State College, which is

WEATHERFORD – Both SWOSU basketball teams carry winning records heading into one final game before Christmas break, with the returning, national runner-up Lady Bulldogs sitting at 7-2 through the first

CHS wrestlers off to winning start

Clinton 126-pound wrestler Moses Hernandez goes for a single-leg take down against Geary. Hernandez is one of 10 CHS wrestlers with a winning record so far this season. The junior

Reds tame Tigers in ranked win

Coming off a close loss to Woodward a week ago, the Clinton boys’ basketball team (1-1 overall) needed to cut down the turnovers and play its fast-paced, controlled-chaos style of

Clinton pins Geary six times for first win

In its first home action of the season, the Class 4A, No. 15 Clinton wrestling team (1-1 overall) recorded six pins in a 54-24 dual win over the 3A, No.

CHS set for annual Prague Tourney Thursday

Both Clinton basketball teams face two of the toughest schedules in Oklahoma and that doesn’t stop at any point this season, along with the annual tournament at Prague starting Thursday.

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