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KINGFISHER – The Clinton softball team (5-7 overall) dropped its first two contests of the Kingfisher Tournament Thursday against Kingfisher and Fort Cobb-Broxton.

Clinton Parks and Recreation begins three youth sports seasons soon and sign-ups are ongoing for all three.

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After two weeks of practice in the grueling, Oklahoma heat, the Clinton football team gets to put on the pads and hit somebody else at its season-opening scrimmage at 6 p.m. tonight at El Reno.

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ARAPAHO – Close losses haven’t rattled Arapaho-Butler head baseball coach Jared Cudd, instead he remains optimistic in the midst of a difficult fall baseball schedule.

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An uncharacteristic second set almost undid the Clinton volleyball team’s possible sweep of Elgin, but CHS (8-3 overall) recovered in dramatic fashion from an 18-6 hole to win the second and roll in the third, sweeping the Lady Owls (25-15, 28-26, 25-15) Tuesday night at home.

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The Clinton softball team (5-5 overall, 0-2 in district) had its crosstown rival Weatherford (4-3, 2-0) on the ropes. CHS just couldn’t put the returning state tournament team away in a 13-10 loss Tuesday at home.

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It took more than seven innings for the Clinton softball team (5-4 overall, 0-1 in district) to beat perennial, Class A winner Hydro-Eakly, but Kenzie Naranjo’s RBI double to center

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ERICK – Early struggles didn’t rattle the Clinton volleyball team (7-3 overall) against Erick Monday night, rallying back for three-straight set wins to claim the program’s seventh victory on just

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Students in Tina Wittmeyer’s second grade class at Southwest Elementary show their Red Tornado pride on the first Red Tornado Friday of the school year. Pictured, from left, are Sadie

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