The Clinton baseball team (8-2-1 overall) defeated the Woodward Travelers in walk-off fashion Thursday morning, 14-13.

Miller works for breakout senior year

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is the third in a series on Clinton High School football’s positional breakdowns heading into the 2020 season.

The Clinton baseball team (7-2-1 overall) ended up even with the Weatherford Eagles Tuesday night, earning a 7-7 tie decision.

OB&T's Rising Stars

Clinton youth softball player Sydnee Pugh lines up to throw to first base during practice.

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) strongly urges Oklahomans to adhere to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines when choosing to attend public gatherings.

Improving every day

Clinton football players work through an agility ladder during summer workouts, while CHS assistant coach Cory Strahorn watches the drill. pictured are, from left, seniors Hudson Powell, Matt Zurline, Trey Newcomb, front, and junior Bradon Snider.

It’s an interesting, challenged-filled time to make the transition from eight-man football to 11-man, but that’s the task ahead for the Burns Flat-Dill City Eagles and sixth-year head coach Jacob Schneberger.

Hole in one

Clinton boys’ head basketball coach and High School Assistant Principal Chad Pugh made a hole in one on hole No. 17 at Riverside Golf Course this weekend. Pictured are, from left, Colby Flaming, Ryan Meacham, Pugh and Ernie Dowdell.

WEATHERFORD – The Clinton baseball team (7-2 overall) went right back to work after its toughest outing of the season Thursday at the Weatherford Tournament, winning three straight games across Friday and Saturday to wrap up another winning week.

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