WEATHERFORD – One tournament flipped the Clinton baseball team from below .500 into a winning squad, improving its record from 1-3 overall to a 4-3, while extending its win streak

A major piece in Clinton boys’ soccer’s run through the playoffs changed positions for his senior year in midfielder Juan Martinez. The three-year starter moved from his usual starting position

One of western Oklahoma’s own is set to throw out the first pitch of the Women’s College World Series semifinals game at noon Sunday at the USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City.

Offensive duos like Clinton boys’ soccer seniors Jose Salas and Nalan Kentner are in a rare class that only a limited few can reach.

Taking time out for a photo during the Arapaho-Butler alumni game were family members, from left, Matt James (Class of 1997), Nancy (Lenaburg) Windsor (1970), and Kyla (James) Garibay (2000).

A loss of six senior starters to graduation meant it was time for the young players to step into starting roles for the Clinton baseball team this summer. It didn’t

A stat that says a lot about the Clinton boys’ soccer defense is the goals allowed per game over the last two seasons, which comes out to 0.8857 per game.

Standing atop Clinton soccer’s all-time great years is the 2019 season, where the Lady Reds and Reds combined to go 33-3, including two deep playoff runs and the obvious highlight of a state championship win on the girls’ side.

Each year Tanner Davis saw his game progress like many of Clinton baseball’s seniors, and he put forth his best season of his career in the Reds’ run to the regional finals.

On the mound, in the field and in the batter’s box, Clinton senior baseball player Patrick Hunter provided the team with a solid, consistent, composed, all-around player. He started for

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