Reds rise late, upset No. 14 Eagles

WEATHERFORD – It took every second of the game and every ounce of mental toughness for the Clinton boys’ basketball team (8-4 overall) to erase multiple, doubledigit deficits and exit with a 64-61, ranked, rivalry, road win over No. 14 Weatherford (10-6) Tuesday night.

A-B pushes through tourney adversity

ARAPAHO – The Arapaho-Butler basketball teams were missing a combined nine players for the West Central Tournament, but neither one cowered in the face of adversity, competing through its final two games – both of which ended in losses.

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Clinton seventh grader Daron Ervin tries to free his leg, while simultaneously trying to take control of his opponent, at the Hub City junior high tournament. CDN

Reds’ run ends in tourney finals loss

CASHION – Two ranked, tournament wins elevated the Clinton boys’ basketball team (7-4 overall) into the Cashion Tourney title game against Class 2A, No. 1 Dale Saturday, and even though a pair of clutch Jackson Crumley threes forced overtime, CHS came up short, 65-63.

Clinton cruises by Vanoss, into semis

CASHION – The Cashion Tournament started off with an easy, blowout win in favor of the Clinton boys’ basketball team (6-3 overall) Thursday night, with CHS quickly pouncing on Class A, No. 8 Vanoss (12-3) and never letting its opponent off the floor in a 59-24 win.

Hernandez leads Reds with humility

There’s a stoic, almost-professional approach in the way Clinton High School senior wrestler Moses Hernandez competes, every time he steps on the mat.

Depleted A-B advances in tourney

ARAPAHO – A recent COVID-19 exposure forced numerous players for both Arapaho-Butler basketball teams into quarantine, but the remainders rallied together and prevailed nonetheless in Tuesday’s West Central Tournament openers.

The Clinton girls’ basketball team (5-3 overall) will not compete in the Cashion Tournament scheduled to start today.

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Clinton sophomore Ali Rodelo lines up a shot during a JV game this past weekend. CDN

Seven Reds place at conference

KINGFISHER – In just its second tournament of the season, the Clinton wrestling team put together another solid showing, placing sixth as a team, while seven Reds placed individually in the top six at conference, in Kingfisher.

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