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Fall sports for Clinton High School saw some ups-and-downs this year, but each program competed to the end of their respective seasons. 5. VOLLEYBALL PUSHES NO. 2 OCS TO ITS

Mitchell leads pin category

Clinton senior, 152-pound wrestler Jaime Mitchell has won 11 of his 14 matches via pin, the most on the team. The three-year letterman and two-year starter boasts a record of 53-26 since the 2017-2018 season.

Red Tornadoes off to hot start

For the previous two years, the Clinton boys’ basketball team and head coach Chad Pugh proved they belonged as a winning squad in 4A, but a more difficult challenge awaited

CHS earns fourth at Weatherford

WEATHERFORD – Nine Clinton wrestlers stepped on the placing podiums at the Max Dippel Invitational Saturday to help a fourth-place team finish.

CHS sophomore Mason Taylor (145 pounds) and senior Jaime Mitchell

Glance progressing at next level

EL RENO – A high school career that featured improvements each season carried Clinton graduate Adrianna Glance from a junior varsity player to the No. 1 varsity bag and ultimately

Reds blowout Boomers on road

WOODWARD – An 18-6 Woodward advantage after four matches left the Clinton wrestling team (2-1 overall) in a hole, but it was a brief setback, as the Reds skyrocketed on a 58-0 run to clinch a 64-18 victory in the final dual of the pre-Christmas schedule.