Area hoops haul in awards

Six players from the Clinton and Arapaho-Butler basketball teams received big-stage honors for their efforts this past season.

OB&T's Rising Stars

Clinton eighth grader Wyatt Sawatzky winds up for a discus throw at practice. Sawatzky set a new CMS record and broke his own with a throw of 143-feet, threeinches at Elgin last week. CDN

Reds improve to 6-1 in district

Since its districtopening, run-rule loss to Elk City, the Clinton baseball team (10-7 overall, 6-1 in district) has responded by laserlocking its focus and winning six-straight in 4A-4, including a second-consecutive, doubleheader sweep Monday night at home against Harding Charter Prep.

CHS softball picks up first win

A Clinton slow-pitch softball team (1-9 overall) undeterred by its inexperience picked up the program’s first win of the year Monday night at home, defeating Anadarko by run-rule in six innings, 19-11.

Reds place out well at home

Friday’s home tournament meant more than just how the Clinton tennis program placed out, as it was the first true home tourney in quite some time for the school.

A-B adds to win column

Arapaho-Butler senior Wesley Flores, right, gets a lead and prepares to take off, in a game against Corn Bible Academy and freshman infielder Grant Stewart. The A-B baseball team picked up a pair of wins last week, improving to 7-4 on the year. The No. 16 Indians took down Leedey last Monday, 15-0, then defeated CBA, 17-1, last Tuesday. CDN

For the second straight weekend, the Clinton baseball team (8-7 overall) ended with a fourth-place finish at a tournament, repeating its results from the I-40 Classic, at the Kingfisher-Piedmont Tourney Saturday.

CHS keeps rolling through district

Another pair of district games and another dominant sweep took place Thursday night at home for the Clinton soccer program, shutting out both Classen SAS squads.

Reds capture wins in tourney openers

The winning streak for the Clinton baseball team (8-5 overall) was pushed out to four games Thursday with a pair of wins in the Kingfisher-Piedmont Tournament.