Rising up the depth chart

Sophomore defensive end Tanner Bartlett, left, runs through a drill with junior Jaron Williams. Bartlett is one of many sophomores that Clinton head football coach John Higbee has mentioned, could see playing time in the 2021 season. Bartlett would provide length on the edge.

Anderson ready to turn corner at CHS

The Clinton fastpitch softball team has been right on the cusp of winning seasons and playoff runs, and new head coach Shelby Anderson hopes to break through that wall in her tenure, as she takes over the program this year.

CHS state champ heads to Kansas

It’s been a long wait and a tough grind to winning a college soccer starting job for redshirt sophomore midfielder/forward Katy (Eddy) St. Martin, but she attained that goal this past year at Redlands Community College.

Reds find pitching depth in summer

One year after missing out on a spring season and going through an abbreviated, summer campaign last year, the Clinton baseball team (13-7-1 overall) got in 21 contests in about a month of play this summer.

Set for potential breakout

Clinton upcoming junior Javion Hill reaches out to try and make a one-handed catch in spring football practice. Hill burst on the scene at linebacker in 2020, but he’ll look to double down on that at wide receiver this fall. CDN

There’s no doubt that everybody that follows the Clinton football team wants to see state title No. 17 come home, but in the same breath, there’s still plenty to show for, in the last few seasons.

The Clinton Maroon coach pitch team

The Clinton Maroon coach pitch team took home the Thomas “Battle of the Bats” championship last month. Pictured are, front row, from left, Zayden Beatty, Greer Ray, Karsten Moore, Cohen Bridges, Giovanni Soto, Graham Murray; middle row, Elijah Cardwell, Da’marian Bailey, Izaias Wraspir, Jacob Chittum, Kevin Rutz; back row, coaches Gene Ray, Tyler Bridges, Matt Murray and Anthony Moore. CDN