10. Lady Reds go back to state

A daunting task faced the Clinton girls’ golf team following the 2018 season. No. 1 bag Adrianna Glance moved on to college, and the young team needed to progress if it had any hope of reaching state in 2019.

Nearly 20 Clinton kids participated and received college-level instruction from retired University of Oklahoma head coaches Mark Johnson and Paul Lockwood Thursday morning at the Oklahoma Tennis Foundation’s (OTF) Hall

This article is the fifth in a series on Clinton High School football’s positional breakdowns heading into the 2019 season. – Aug. 31, 2018 – Clinton football put a disappointing

Saturday night the Hub City Beat Down outdoor wrestling tournament returns for its second year, starting at 7 p.m. and is changing its location from downtown Clinton on Frisco Avenue

MOORE – For one more day, Clinton soccer’s four All-State seniors showcased what the west side of the state had to offer in the Oklahoma Soccer Coaches Association All-State games

Competition has always been embraced by the Clinton football program over the years, and the 2019 season is no different, especially in this year’s scrimmages. The Reds, who are looking

The OK Kids Baseball Association put its trust in Clinton once again, keeping its coach pitch state tourney here for the third consecutive summer. The tournament runs Tuesday July 9

Clinton baseball players Gage Gaunt, left, and Valek Cisneros, right, stand with CHS head baseball coach Kelly Gaunt at the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association All-State baseball game earlier this month.

This article is the fourth in a series on Clinton High School football’s positional breakdowns heading into the 2019 season. “Football player” exemplifies senior Dalton Denney’s time in the Clinton

WOODWARD – Clinton’s summer baseball team (10-7-1 overall) faced the Woodward Travelers in a doubleheader Thursday night and took home a 13-4 win in game one and an injury-shortened, 2-2,

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