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A season-opening contest that seesawed back-and-forth for all seven innings came down to one final at-bat for the Clinton softball team Monday night at home. Tied 10-10 with the Bethany

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Clinton football’s 2019 season began with the first day of fall practice Monday afternoon, and it started as always on the defensive side of the ball. The Reds return six

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In front of the Clinton High School’s students, teachers and administrators, the Clinton girls’ soccer team got to celebrate its Class 4A, 2019 state championship one final time with a

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Class of 2019 Corn Bible Academy senior Kim Javorsky, right, stands with CBA head volleyball coach Erin Basinger at the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State game earlier this summer. Javorsky played

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The Clinton volleyball team gets back on the floor at 7 p.m. Monday night at Snyder to open the 2019 season under first-year head coach Tobi-Rae Barker.

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No team in the Clinton softball program over the last four years has put in as much work as the 2019 Lady Reds’ fast-pitch squad has.

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Practice for Clinton High School football’s 100th season begins at 2:40 p.m. Monday at the recently-renovated Tornado Bowl under second-year head coach John Higbee.

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Clinton upcoming freshman Grady Gaunt recorded a brilliant summer campaign for the CHS baseball team. The catcher/outfielder packed the stat book. He recorded a .953 fielding percentage on defense and a batting average/on-base percentage line of .542/.654 to key the offense.

NORMAN – Offensive records were blown out of the water in each of the last two seasons for the University of Oklahoma football team, but it still left them short in the College Football Playoffs.

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