Young players got some experience for the Clinton baseball team (8-5 overall) in its home tourney Friday and Saturday and eventually ended with a record of 2-2 across four games.

For the fourth consecutive summer, the Clinton High School softball team and head coach Lisa Moss put on the annual 100-inning game Saturday at CHS’s softball stadium. The game helps

Clinton soccer upcoming senior Macey Fernandez, left, fights for a loose ball in the state title game against Verdigris. Fernandez already broke the Lady Reds’ all-time goals record. She’s on

Clinton upcoming senior pitcher Manning McAtee verbally committed to Seminole State College after the end of the school year.

There’s a level of respect that Clinton Athletic Director and head soccer coach Eugene Jefferson humbly carries in his hometown, and it’s because he’s a state champion-caliber coach, teacher, administrator and father with class and integrity.

A coach with college playing experience is taking over the Clinton High School volleyball reins in Northwestern Oklahoma State 2019 graduate Tobi-Rae Barker. Barker comes to Clinton off a four-year

Clinton baseball’s (6-3 overall) upcoming sophomore Caden Powell is going through a scalding-hot offensive run, which has aided the team’s six-game win streak. Powell boasts a batting average of .625

Tasked with commanding Clinton’s relentless defense this past season, now-graduated, 2019 senior Obed Cervantes did his captain’s band justice, leading the Reds with composure and confidence. Games get heated, and

EDMOND – A Clinton High School soccer-heavy, U-16 Western Oklahoma FÚtbol Club team won the President’s Cup State Tournament Championship, 2-0, against the Oklahoma Energy East Green team recently in

When Clinton senior third baseman Seth Garner stepped into the batter’s box, fans and players knew what followed, a chant would ring out from the dugout, “It’s the man of

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