OB&T's Rising Stars

Izaiah Vasquez, of Team McKinsey Ford, side-arms a throw to first base, during a Noon Lions T-ball game. CDN

Gaunt finds home at USAO

The third stop is the charm for 2019 Clinton grad Gage Gaunt, as he said he’s found a home in the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma baseball program in Chickasha.

Tyson Miller graduates with top-flight scores

Making it to state as a sophomore put Clinton senior, No. 1 bag Tyson Miller on the map early in his career, and he backed up that appearance with quality golf the rest of his time as a Red Tornado.

Newcomb improves play as senior

A waiting game began when Clinton outfielder Trey Newcomb reached the varsity level, and the Class of 2021 senior put in work to make sure he had a spot to play for his final year.

Esparza’s move jolts midfield

The final member of the Clinton girls’ soccer team’s original “Wall Defense” graduated, in senior Julie Esparza, even though she actually ended her career in a different position than where she made her varsity debut.

Reds go 2-2 in four-game stretch

A tough slate of games after the Kingfisher Tournament saw the Clinton baseball team (5-5 overall) slide back to .500 in the summer campaign, going 2-2 through a four-game stint this week.

OB&T's Rising Stars

Sebastian Ringo, of Team McKinsey Ford, swings through for a hit in a Noon Lions tee ball game. CDN

CHS shows competiveness at camp

The recent run of success in the Clinton girls’ basketball program looks to continue next year, with the entire starting lineup and reserves back and prep for the upcoming season started Friday at Weatherford’s camp.

Olvera honored to play for storied Reds

Team players rarely get the recognition of the superstar on the roster, but Clinton senior defender Jordan Olvera got some hardware for his unselfish hard work over the years, when the Reds won the Class 4A boys’ soccer state title.

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