Returning to the field

The Clinton football team got back on the field for the first time in nearly nine months Monday with two-a-day practice. Here are a couple photos from the morning defensive session. (Top Photo) Junior defensive back Antonio Ceniceros reaches out to pick off a pass. (Bottom Photo) Sophomore defensive lineman Matthew Nguyen rips through a blocking dummy. CDN I Collin Wieder

Starters set for Clinton softball

The starting units for the Clinton High School softball team are set headed into the season opener at 4:15 p.m. Monday at home against Sayre.

Volleyball starts season Tuesday

Clinton volleyball opens the 2020 season at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Erick. The junior varsity Lady Reds will start at that time and the varsity team will follow. CHS celebrates after scoring a point in its scrimmage last week. Pictured are, from left, Hannah Garner, Emma Dowdell, Baylee Hawthorne, Shelbi Goossen, Taryn Wraspir and Courtney Heerwald. CDN

100-inning game Saturday

The Clinton softball program is putting on its fifth annual 100-inning game fundraiser at 9 a.m. Saturday. The proceeds will go to the program for meals, uniforms, etcetera. Alumni are invited to compete in the extended contest. Also, a special ceremony will be held to honor the slow-pitch seniors, whose season was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The usual home run derby will take place too. CDN

CHS football starts practice Monday

Although protocols and rules continue to change during the coronavirus pandemic, the Clinton football team plans to be on the field Monday for its first official practice of the 2020 season.

Clinton defense, pitching shine

HOBART – Pitching and defense were at the forefront of the Clinton softball team’s split of its summer league doubleheader Monday.

Clinton competes in scrimmage

Six sets of competitive, scrimmage play gave the Clinton volleyball players and coaches a good look at their roster for the upcoming season Friday at the CHS practice gym.

The Clinton Middle School football program is checking out its equipment for the upcoming school year at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Tuesday. The eighth graders will pick up their gear first and the seventh graders will follow.

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