Starting QB looks to help people in the future

As one of the leaders of the program, the starting quarterback has a lot of responsibility when it comes to guiding a team to success. For the Clinton Red Tornadoes’ Cooper Sulley, it is no different, as he looks to lead his squad to a state title and cement his legacy in the program’s history.

The Clinton Red Tornadoes football team continues its dominating march through the district as Coach John Higbee and his program look to potentially host the first two rounds of the Class 4A playoffs next month in route to another state title.

Red Tornadoes look to bully the Bulldogs

With playoff implications on the line for Clinton football Friday night, the Red Tornadoes hit the road as they travel to Cache to take on the Bulldogs.

Two Red Tornado runners race to state

The Clinton Red Tornado Cross Country team will be competing in the Class 4A state meet at the Edmond Santa Fe course as Xadrian Hernandez and Lillian Lime have qualified for the most important meet of the season.

CHS K.O.’s Fighting Chicks

The Clinton Red Tornadoes football team (5-2, 4-0) took one step closer to claiming another district championship as it took down the Chickasha Fighting Chicks (3-5, 2-3) 48-7 Friday for Senior Night to remain undefeated in district play.

The Corn Bible Crusaders kept their football playoff hopes alive Friday night in Corn as they dominated the Bray-Doyle Donkeys 56-6 in a crucial district contest.

Crane looks to go into labor force after school

With the regular season rapidly coming to an end for the Clinton Red Tornado football program, as there are only two games remaining in the 2023 season, senior lineman Montiel “Bumpy” Crane has loved every moment of the time he has spent being a member of the program but is now also preparing for his future outside of the game he has loved so dearly.