No new word came down from OSSAA about postponements or cancellations due to the concern over COVID-19.

The Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) voted in an emergency meeting Monday to close all Oklahoma schools until April 6th due to concern over COVID-19 (Coronavirus). This means athletics will also be shutdown until that date as well.

Thursday afternoon the sports world saw unprecedented decisions come down, as major events were either postponed or cancelled altogether with the rising concern over COVID-19 (coronavirus).

Clinton senior hurdler Eric Leon finished first in both the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles. CDN | Collin Wieder

Amidst the swirling cancellations of other sporting events across the state and beyond, Clinton track hosted its first home track meet in nearly three decades Thursday.

CDN | Collin Wieder � Clinton sophomore Emma Dowdell swings through the ball in a 2019 tournament. Dowdell and sister, Kate, earned fifth in the season-opening tourney.

NORMAN – Jumping right into the elite competition, the Clinton tennis program opened its season at one of the toughest events of the year Tuesday at the Westwood Tournament.

The OSSAA made an official announcement Thursday about the rising concern over CO- VID-19, also known as the coronavirus, stating that the basketball state tournament games have been postponed, and it’s up to the district’s discretion on whether to continue other sports.

Boys Soccer (3 Games)

Reds outscoring opponents, 7-3, through three games

Goal Scorers

Devin Keel 3

Samuel Velez 2

Roy Reyes 1

Marco Gonzalez 1

 

Assists

Daniel Thompson 1

Angel Rodriguez 1

 

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