A-B falls to Canute

The Lady Indians (10-10 overall) and Haley Cordes, pictured, played No. 6 Canute tough but came up short, 9-3, Monday at home. 

ELK CITY – Both the Clinton golf team and senior, returning state qualifier Tyson Miller managed to place at Elk City’s tournament Monday, as CHS finished third in the team standings and Miller took home eighth overall.

Cisneros gives CHS a winner

If there’s anything that defines Zade Cisneros’ career as a Clinton athlete, it’s that he’s a winner, helping all three sports he participated in, to winning records in every year he was a varsity member.

Clinton claims ‘Conflict’ sweep

WEATHERFORD – It had been three seasons since the soccer version of the Custer County Conflict had been played, and the Clinton soccer program reminded Weatherford who ran the soccer rivalry in recent years, sweeping the Eagles Thursday night on the road.

Reds pick up marquee win over Kingfisher

A second shot at its non-district rival awaited the Clinton baseball team (11-7 overall) Thursday night at home, but heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, Kingfisher (14-5) had a 5-2 lead and appeared to be headed for its second win in as many attempts against the Reds.

A-B pulls off major ranked win

Trailing 5-0 through the first two innings, the No. 18 Arapaho- Butler baseball team was in trouble against No. 15 Shattuck at home Monday night.

Lady Indians peaking at the right time

Just like Arapaho-Butler baseball, the A-B slow-pitch softball team (9-9 overall as of press time Thursday) has created winning momentum down the stretch, before district pairings are set to be released next week.

Soccer supporters

Clinton High School soccer players Devin Keel, left, and Daniel Mendieta cheer on the Lady Reds, during the recent Clinton Soccer Classic Tournament. CDN

Lady Reds place third in road trip

There was no rest for the Clinton girls’ golf team to open the week, playing back-to-back tournaments Monday and Tuesday, after having played just one all season prior, but the young squad battled against the elements to take home a thirdplace team trophy Tuesday at Tecumseh’s tourney.

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