Lady Dawgs and Dawgs pick up wins at Robbie Davis Memorial Foundation Classic

Posted February 12, 2020 at 12:44 pm

The Clinton County Lady Bulldogs, picked up a win on Saturday during the Robbie Davis Memorial Foundation Classic held at Lindle Castle Gymnasium against Model High School.

The Lady Dawgs got off to a rocky start, but quickly picked up the pace.

Model started out with a 3-0 lead before Braylee Mann hit a free throw to get the Lady Dawgs on the board, 3-1.

A three pointer at the 4:11 mark by Model put the Lady Patriots up by five points, followed by two free throws for an 8-1 lead.

Clinton County then put together an 11-0 run to finish the quarter with a four

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    Dawgs get past Allen County

    The Clinton County Bulldogs improved its record to 17-6 on the year with a three point win over Allen-County Scottsville Friday night.

    The Bulldogs made the journey to Allen County after being out of school almost the entire week due to district wide illness and at the beginning of the game, both teams seemed sluggish.

    Chase Stines opened up the game with a field goal at the 6:16 mark for

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    Two more wins added this week

    The Clinton County Bulldogs traveled to Campbellsville Monday night to take on the Eagles in what turned out to be a win for the Dawgs, 56-44.

    Both teams started out on the slow side with not much offense from both teams in the first quarter.

    Midway through the first quarter, Clinton County was down by two points, 7-5, when Blake Melton hit a three pointer to lift the Dawgs up

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    Dawgs come up one basket short

    The Clinton County Bulldogs had every intention of playing next week in Richmond, Kentucky, in the All “A” Classic State Tournament.

    Metcalfe County had other plans.

    The Bulldogs, coming off a very tough first round win against Glasgow on Monday night of last week, squared off against the Metcalfe County Hornets in the semi-final round of the 4th Region All “A” Classic Tournament held at Cumberland County.

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    Messer gets 300th win as Dawgs advance

    The Clinton County Bulldogs pulled off an impressive first round win over Glasgow in the All “A” Classic 4th Region Tournament Monday night. With the victory, Head Coach Todd Messer recorded his 300th career victory and his 262nd win as head coach for the Bulldogs.

    Clinton County started the game on the slow side as Glasgow drew first blood with a three pointer from the top of the key, followed by a field goal for a quick

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    All ‘A’ run for Lady Dawgs falls short

    The Clinton County Lady Dawgs hosted Glasgow in the first round of the 4th Region All “A” Classic Monday night at The Castle.

    In a tournament that in years past has seen Clinton County hang the tournament championship banners in the rafters, the Lady Bulldogs couldn’t find a way to get past the Lady Scotties in the first round of Monday night’s first round action.

    In the first quarter, Clinton

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    All A chase continues for the Dawgs

    It wasn’t an easy task, by any means, but our Bulldogs dispatched their dog counterparts in the 4th Region All “A” Classic chase Monday night in The Castle.

    In a down to the wire dogfight, the Bulldogs outlasted the Scotties 48-36 in a contest that finished up with a Clinton County double-digit victory, but in reality was a down to the wire finish that wasn’t decided until the final couple of minutes.

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    Dawgs pick up impressive back-to-back wins

    The Clinton County Bulldogs picked up two impressive wins last week, with the first coming on Friday against Cumberland County and the next coming the following night against Pickett County, both away games.

    Clinton County 48

    Pickett County 34

    The Bulldogs traveled to Byrdstown, Tennessee Saturday night to take on neighboring Pickett County. Clinton County’s first points came from the foul

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    Lady Dawgs drop five straight

    The Clinton County Lady Bulldogs picked up two losses last week, one at the hands of a district opponent in overtime and another against neighboring Pickett County.

    Clinton County 21

    Pickett County 73

    Saturday night of last week the Lady Dawgs traveled the short bus ride to neighboring Pickett County, Tennessee to take on the Lady Bobcats.

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    Normalcy, and straight into meat and potatoes

    We have finally moved past the holiday stretch that played havoc with normalcy in scheduling, and back into regular games – and what a way to jump back into the business of basketball.

    Before this first eight day stretch back is over, our Lady Dawgs and Bulldogs will have played in four games that represent three of our biggest rivalries of the season and three match-ups against district opponents.

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