CDN | File Photo Clinton's Colby Flaming sets up for a bunt in a Class 3A State Tournament game against Okmulgee. The Reds would go on to defeat Ada in the state title game, 11-3.

Editor’s Note: Clinton High School is known for its impressive collection of state titles and not just in football, winning 14 state championships off the gridiron. The following article was originally published May 15, 1994.

Throwback: CHS golf wins state

Editor’s Note: This story was originally published May 10, 2000 after CHS nabbed its second golfing crown.

It’s one thing to win a state championship. It’s another thing to win two.

Hunter gets 18 starts in short year

A great start to Patrick Hunter’s first college baseball season at Redlands Community College came to a swift end Monday, when the National Junior College Athletics Association (NJCAA) announced that it was also cancelling spring athletics due to coronavirus concerns.

STERLING - Before the Oklahoma sports’ break was announced, the No. 17 ArapahoButler baseball team (1-0 overall) opened the season and defeated Blair, 9-0, at the Sterling Tournament last Thursday.

Sports shut down ‘til April 6”

Reports about schools closing statewide became official Monday afternoon, when an emergency Oklahoma State Board of Education meeting ended with a vote to shut down all schools until April 6th in response to the rising concern over COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

Lady Indians break even to open season

ARAPAHO – The Arapaho-Butler slow-pitch softball team went 1-1 in its opening week of play, beating Sentinel last Monday, 14-7, before falling to Leedey, 11-1, Thursday.

CHS improves team finish at Altus

ALTUS – Two days after the Westwood Tournament, both of the Clinton tennis teams jumped up a few spots in team placing at the Altus Tourney Thursday.