Soccer teams advance past round one

To kick off its hunt for a possible threepeat, the Clinton Red Tornado soccer team set its eyes on the visiting Madill Wildcats while the Lady Reds traveled to take on Chickasha. The Red Tornadoes prevailed in a 6-3 victory ,and the Lady Reds struck late to snag a 2-1 win to advance to the next round.

The Clinton High School boys’ golf team competed Monday in Kingfisher for the regional tournament and was able to have two of its players qualify for state as individuals.

Short, intense workouts are beneficial

Dear Doctors: I started running a year ago to deal with stress and to get in better shape. Instead of a set distance, I do 15 minutes of mixed fast and slow running twice a day. But a friend says unless you’re always trying to go farther and faster, it’s not really helpful. Is that actually true?

Partygoer wonders about picture-posting etiquette

DEAR HARRIETTE: I went to a lovely party hosted by a prominent, successful couple. In the past, they have not wanted photos to be shared from their events, but this time they didn’t say anything. They even had a professional photographer there, and they allowed everyone to take pictures with their cameras and smartphones. Now that the event is over, I want to post pictures like I always do after I have enjoyed myself. But I’m not sure if it would be appropriate to do so. I don’t want to offend my friend or get uninvited because I broke an unwritten rule. What should I do? — What Is Private?

Reds win to advance to regionals

With the season on the line, the Clinton High School baseball team needed to put a well rounded game together to send Plainview packing into the offseason.

The Clinton High School track program competed at the regional meet Saturday at Chisholm High School. The Red Tornadoes and Lady Reds finished the day with 11 top-10 finishes and six of those were top-three finishes to advance to state this Friday and Saturday in Ardmore. The boys finished with a score of 57 for fourth place. The girls finished with a score of 28 to place ninth at regionals.

Win or go home: Reds face game three

Fortune favored the Clinton High School baseball team in game one of Thursday’s district series against Plainview at the CHS Ballpark. Game two? Not so much.