Clinton sweeps Elk City

ELK CITY – Both Clinton basketball teams took double-digit leads in the first half, absorbed Elk City’s best comeback punch and responded with game-clinching runs in a pair of sweeping

Ramirez finishes NOC tenure, signs with OPSU Aggies

The famed Clinton soccer class of 2018 continues its journey through the collegiate ranks with Ariana Ramirez, signing on to complete her final two years at Oklahoma Panhandle State University.

Reds set for ranked road trip

A chance to prove itself worthy of its ranking awaits the No. 12 Clinton wrestling team (2-1 overall) at 6 p.m. Thursday in a three-team dual against No. 5, dual-host

OKLAHOMA CITY – Fifteen Clinton peewee wrestlers competed at the United States Junior Open Championship Friday and Saturday at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds Arena, and four exited with medals against

Pyron eyes 200 career assists

Arapaho-Butler junior point guard Ethan Pyron, left, boasts 160 career assists and is averaging more than five a game this year. He’s on pace to easily surpass 200 in his

Reds roll easily over Blanchard

Friday night in its return from Christmas break, the Clinton boys’ basketball team (5-2 overall) looked like a well-oiled machine, taking an early lead and never losing it in a

Gaunt transfers to Seminole St.

A change of scenery is in order for one of Clinton High School’s three Div. I athletes from the class of 2019 with former CHS baseball star Gage Gaunt transferring from Oklahoma State University to Seminole State College.

MONTICELLO, Ark. – In just her 11th season at the school, SWOSU head women’s basketball coach Kelsi Musick captured her 200th win at the school Thursday night with a 72-61 decision at Arkansas-Monticello.

Ranked A-B squads return Tuesday

Arapaho-Butler guard Brett Griffith reaches up to snag a rebound against Canute. Griffith is the team’s third-leading scorer (8.3 PPG) and second-leading rebounder (4.6 RPG). Both A-B teams return to the floor starting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday versus Sweetwater.