Nolasquez holding goal lead

Clinton junior forward Maria Nolasquez hasn’t scored in a couple games, but she is still leading the girls’ team with 18 scores. The next closest player is at 11. Her 18 goals also lead the entire program, with Devin Keel at 17. CDN

Lucian Bliss returns to 4A to lead CHS hoops

The Clinton basketball program just had to look to an opposing sideline to find its next boys’ head basketball coach in Carnegie head coach and former Elk City head coach Lucian Bliss.

Clinton set to finish district play in wild slate

Over a three-day span, the Clinton baseball team (12-10 overall, 7-4 in district) will play five games headlined by their final three district games of the season, which will decide where they’ll finish in the 4A-4 standings.

CHS clinches shot at district title

CHICKASHA – Build elite win-loss records, set up a shot at a district title sweep and repeat – that’s the order of operations that both Clinton soccer teams have followed for three-straight seasons, and so far, it’s headed in that same path for the 2021 campaigns.

CHS golf completes busy

WOODWARD – In its third tournament in eight days, the CHS boys finished as the runners-up at Woodward’s Tournament Monday, with senior, No. 1 bag Tyson Miller shooting his season-low of 79 to earn fourth as an individual.

OB&T's Rising Stars

Clinton seventh grader Titan Malone dribbles up the field, during a CMS soccer game against Elk City last week. CDN

Reds keep pace in 4A-4, split series

It was the definition of scrappy, but the Clinton baseball team (12-10 overall, 7-4 in district) did enough in its 4A-4 district doubleheader against second-place Bethany (16-10, 10-3) Monday at home, to split the season series.

Hester, Meacham go 1-2 at conference

ELK CITY – In Monday’s conference meet, the high school girls’ discus came up all Clinton, with sophomore Lola Hester and freshman Kat Meacham finishing first and second.

Lady Reds beat Cache in thriller

A chippy, foulladen district battle between the Clinton girls’ soccer team and Cache came down to penalty kicks Friday night at the Tornado Bowl, after a 2-2 tie maintained at the end of regulation and two extra-time periods.

CHS takes second at Woodward

WOODWARD – The Clinton girls’ golf team played in its fourth tournament in 12 days Friday at Boiling Springs Golf Course and exited with a runner-up team trophy and two individual placings.

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