Burns Flat-Dill City football (1-0 overall) opened the season and its return to 11- man football with a 12-6 win Friday night at Carnegie, while the Corn Bible Academy Crusaders fell to 0-2 on the year with a 30-0 loss at Kremlin- Hillsdale (1-1).

Lady Reds run rule MSM

Clinton sophomore Kenzie Kauk swings through the ball against Mount Saint Mary. The Lady Reds defeated MSM Tuesday, 19-0, in four innings, improving to 13-9 overall and 2-5 in district as of press time Thursday. The Lady Reds are just one win away from tying last year’s total and have six regular season games left and one tournament remaining.

Volleyball beats Snyder in four

The Clinton volleyball team (5-5 overall as of press time Thursday) found its way back in the win column Tuesday night, defeating Snyder in four sets, at the Tornado Dome.

CHS hosts No. 1 Heritage Hall

Another season and another shot at Class 3A, No. 1 Heritage Hall awaits the Clinton football team at 7 p.m. Friday night at home.

Giving gym access

Front desk attendant Hadley Krewall creates a new Acme membership for someone who wants to get fit.

A-B notches 4-2 mark at tourney

HYDRO – A strong Hydro-Eakly Labor Day Tournament performance moved the Arapaho-Butler baseball team (9-8 overall as of press time Tuesday) above .500 and vaulted the program into the Class A rankings, at No. 19.

Reds narrowly survive

In a seesaw second half, the Clinton football team scored 19 unanswered points on its way to a 26-7 lead and nearly watched it vanish, on the rallying arm of Woodward’s sophomore quarterback Sam Cheap.