CHS football gets back to action

Another step forward to normalcy occurred Monday morning, when the Clinton football team stepped back into the weight room and onto the Tornado Bowl turf to begin offseason workouts.

The 2020 fast-pitch season is not a guarantee, as sports slowly return to work in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

CDN | Collin Wieder � Clinton now-senior pitcher McKenna Lime prepares to fire a strike during the 2019 fast-pitch season. Lime took home All-District honors in 2019 with an earned run average of 3.842. She is one of multiple returning starters for the

Joining football in its return to workouts Monday, will be the Clinton softball team. In previous seasons, the Lady Reds would already be rolling through their summer slate of games and workouts.

CHS football returning to workouts June 1

When the OSSAA put the decision to return to summer sports in the hands of individual school districts last week, it opened up the possibility for Clinton athletics and other area schools to get back to work, after months of shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Throwback: Clinton wins district

EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is a look back at the Clinton girls’ basketball team’s district title win over Harrah in late February.

Four make OBCA teams

A pair of area pitchercatcher tandems received OBCA honors Thursday. The selections say a lot about the four players. Without much of a 2020 season to go off of, coaches had to base voting simply off past accomplishments.