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Gregory runs in state qualifier

Posted November 7, 2018 at 4:18 pm

Makayla Gregory finished 123 out of 243 runners at the state meet last weekend with a time of 24.01 which was her best time since she has been running.

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    Runnin’ Dawgs finish Foothills 5K

    Cohen Davis ran in last week’s Foothills Festival 5K and finished with a time of 20:41

    Other notable times for the Clinton County Cross Country team were: Tucker Hickman – 27:17, Cameron Harmon – 24:19, Chase Harmon – 24:44, Chloe Longwell – 24:43, Tytan Moons – 26:07, Taton Weaver – 28:01, Lily Hickman – 28.26, Rylan Lee – 29:43, Kressli Massengale – 29:47, Abby Davis – 30.28, Donna Dalton – 31:28, Cade

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    Volley Dawgs bring home district trophy, advance in 4th Regional Tournament

    Kayli Hadley went up for a block during Clinton County’s game against Metcalfe County in the first round of the district tournament. Clinton County won the district having beat Metcalfe, 3-0, and Russell County in the championship game, 3-0.

    The Clinton County Lady Volley Dawgs defeated both Metcalfe County and Russell County to claim the 16th District championship last week. As the team moved on to the regional tournament on Monday night, Clinton

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    Dawgs defeat Barren, 32-21

    The Clinton County Bulldogs improved to 7-1 on the year with a win over 5A Barren County Friday night, 32-21.

    Head Coach Jamie Miller said their facilities were great to play on.

    “It is beautiful,” Miller said. “It’s a gorguess facility. I talked to one of their coaches and they said it was a 10 million dollar facility.”

    The Dawgs went into halftime with a 20-7 lead.

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    Boys’ soccer team advances to regional tournament

    The Clinton County Soccer Dawgs finished as runners-up in the 15th District tournament last week after defeating Barren County 4-2, in the opening round. Clinton County then faced Glasgow in the championship, but was defeated 4-0. Finishing as runners-up in the district, Clinton County will have a chance to continue its season in the regional tournament on Tuesday night against Logan County. That game is too late for press deadline and was scheduled for 5:45 p.m. The results of Clinton County’s regional game will be in next week’s edition of the Clinton County News.

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    Big wins for our Dawgs

    Friday night’s win at Barren County for our Bulldogs was not just a good win that takes them to a very nice 7-1 season so far, it was a big win for the program, and Clinton County’s best-ever start en route to our best ever season.

    Although we were ranked higher than the Trojans going into Friday’s contest, anytime our 2A Bulldogs can walk onto a 5A opponent’s home field and hand them a defeat,

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    Dawgs shutout Berea, 38-0

    The Clinton County Bulldogs moved to 6-1 on the year with only three games left in the season.

    What has been without a doubt, the best season so far in Clinton County Football history, the Dawgs completely shutout Berea Friday night with a 38-0 win.

    Head Coach Jamie Miller was very pleased with how the Bulldogs performed, however, he said there is still much that needs to be worked on.

    “Berea is a

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    I felt like I had been kicked in the chest by a mule – yes, while I haven’t felt that force myself, I have seen first-hand the damage a mule kick can do to a human chest.

    That was my first sensation upon hearing the news last Tuesday evening that Ronnie Guffey had suffered a major heart-attack and had died at his home in Murray, Kentucky.

    I sat on my back deck, staring at Janie, who had come out to

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    Dawgs fall to Lynn Camp

    The Clinton County Bulldogs traveled to Lynn Camp Friday, but failed to pick up win number six for the year as Lynn Camp defeated the Dawgs, 35-14.

    Head Coach Jamie Miller said his team wasn’t prepared mentally for the game and it cost them in the end.

    “We had too many turnovers Friday night,” Miller said. “We hurt ourselves more than anything.”

    Clinton County went into Friday night’s game with a 5-0 record.

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