Volley Dawgs win district championship

Posted October 18, 2017 at 8:59 am

Left, Kristen Branham went up for a kill during Clinton County’s first round game against Cumberland County on Monday night. Clinton County went on to defeat the Lady Panthers and defeated Russell County in the finals. Above, Abby Weston got a dig during Clinton County’s game against Cumberland County.

Kayli Hadley went up for a kill during the first game of Monday night’s district game against Cumberland County. The Lady Volley Dawgs defeated the Lady Panthers 3-0 and defeated Russell County in five games, 3-2, in the finals.

Bobbiann Key, Kayli Hadley and Autumn McCutchen were named to the 2017 All District Team Monday night during the district tourament awards ceremony.

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    Dawgs move record to 5-2 on the year

    The Clinton County Bulldogs move to 5-2 on the year with only two games remaining in the season.

    The Dawgs will finish with a winning record and according to Head Coach Jamie Miller, it will be the first winning season Clinton County has had since the return of football.

    “We came out really hot and had a continous clock in the first quarter,” Miller said. “It seemed like in five or six minutes it

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    Dawgs get shutout in second half, more than $700 raised for Relay for Life

    The Clinton County Bulldogs were back at home for the first of a two game home stand last Friday night hosting Lynn Camp.

    Clinton County jumped out to a 14-0 lead before allowing Lynn Camp to score a touchdown and earn the two point conversion to make the score 14-8 in favor of the Bulldogs.

    On the next trip down the field, Clinton County scored, but failed to covert the

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    Bulldogs go 4-2 after loss to Lynn Camp

    Clinton County’s hopes of picking up a fifth win on the season will have to wait at least until this weekend after a disappointing night for the Bulldogs last Friday night.

    After getting off to a nice start against Lynn Camp on Bulldog field, Clinton County fell behind and was never able to come back to control the lead, eventually giving up a 38-20 loss at the

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    Volley Dawgs defeats Cumberland County

    Above, Zoe Holdiness went up for a block during Monday night’s game against Cumberland County. Clinton County won the match in three games, 25-20, 25-13 and 25-16. The Lady Volley Dawgs are currently 12-13 on the year.

    Below, Kenzie Boils went after a ball for a dig during Monday night’s game. The Lady Volley Dawgs were on the road Tuesday night against McCreary Central and will be at home on Friday night against Wayne County with a 6 p.m. start time.

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    Bulldogs fall to Metcalfe in ‘down to the wire’ game, 26-23

    The Clinton County Bulldogs traveled to Metcalfe County on Friday night to take on the Hornets in a game that saw Clinton County up by 11 in the fourth quarter, only to fall by three, 26-23.

    Head Coach Jamie Miller is very proud of his team, but he said that it was a tough loss to take.

    “We were up by 11 with 10 minutes to go in the game,” Miller said. “All we had to do was chew up

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    Dawgs leave Metcalfe with loss, but 4-1 record still a high point

    The Bulldogs took their act across the way for a relative short trip to Metcalfe County Friday night and although we came home having suffered the first loss of the season, Bulldog spirits continue to be high after what was noted to be a very good performance.

    Losing by just three points to the much higher rated Hornets, the Bulldogs certainly have plenty to be proud of in

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    District champs . . .

    The Clinton County High School Lady Golf Dawgs were all smiles Monday afternoon after picking up the latest piece of hardware for the trophy case. The girls earned the 16th District Golf Championship by defeating Metcalfe County Monday at Dale Hollow State Resort Park. Pictured above with the new championship trophy are, left to right: Tagan Garner, Victoria Honeycutt, London Honeycutt and Kaylee Latham.

    Football team defeats Caverna 70-25 and move to 4-0

    The Clinton County Football Team, under the direction of Head Coach Jamie Miller, put a 4-0 record up last week after defeating Caverna 70-25 on the road.

    Miller was pleased with the effort from his team and he said he was able to substitute early in the game allowing every player to get some playing time on the field.

    “We got everybody in,” Miller said. “Basically in the second half it was a continuous clock, so we played a lot

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    Soccer team falls in opening round of All ‘A’ State, 3-1

    Clinton County hosted Owensboro Catholic on Saturday during the 3rd/4th Region sectional of the All “A” Classic State Tournament. The Dawgs lost the contest by a final score of 3-1.

    Will Blake tied to steal a ball away from an Owensboro Catholic player on Saturday during the opening round of the All “A” Classic Sectional. Clinton County lost the contest 3-1.