Kauk fights back from injury

There would’ve been more chances to play and start for Clinton senior first baseman Grant Kauk, had the 2020 season not been lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.

A-B takes two wins

Arapaho-Butler junior Brett Griffith looks to steal in a game earlier this year. No. 18 A-B (12-5 overall) bounced back from its win-streak-snapping loss to Vici Monday, to pick up backto-back wins, defeating Thomas Tuesday, 3-2, and Cement, 12-0, Thursday.

Pugh resigns as head coach

As much as Clinton boys’ head basketball coach Chad Pugh is proud of his team’s accomplishments over his five years, he’s more so proud of the culture he created in the program and that he calls the once-rivaled city his home now.

Clinton girls finish fourth overall at home

Nice weather at the start of the Clinton girls’ golf team’s home tournament Wednesday proved to be short-lived as a cold wind, and later, rain kept the poor weather streak going for the season, in a fourth-place team finish for the Lady Reds.

CHS completes I-40 domination

In less than a week’s time, the Clinton soccer program sealed up its I-40 sweep, defeating Weatherford on the road Thursday and returning home to shut out Elk City Tuesday night.

Jackson logging record-breaking year at UALR

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – It’s been a year of accolades and a new record for University of Arkansas at Little Rock hurdler and 2017 Clinton graduate Ka’Neisha Jackson.

OB&T's Rising Stars

Clinton sophomore midfielder Clariza Ramos tries to take the ball from a Weatherford player, during a junior varsity game last week. CDN

CHS can’t find gaps against Weatherford

WEATHERFORD – The Clinton baseball team (11-8 overall, 6-2 in district) put numerous hits deep into the outfield and at the warning track but nearly all found the grasp of Weatherford (17-9, 10-1) in a 9-3, Custer County Conflict, district defeat Monday night.

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