Dawgs win big on ‘Pink Out’ night

Posted February 8, 2017 at 10:11 am

The Clinton County Bulldogs went 1-2 on the week with wins over Holmes in the Robbie Davis Memorial Classic on Saturday and the Dawgs picked up a win on Monday night against McCreary County. The only loss for the week came on Friday night, when the Dawgs traveled to Madison Southern, to move to 19-7 on the year.

Clinton County 59

McCreary County 43

The Clinton County Bulldogs started Monday night’s game on a somewhat of a slow start as McCreary County jumped out to a quick 6-0 lead in the first three minutes of the game.

Clinton County’s first basket came from the

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    Dawgs pick up OT win in style

    The Clinton County Bulldogs picked up three impressive wins last week to move its record to 17-6 on the year.

    Tuesday night, the Dawgs secured the number one spot in the district rankings by defeating Metcalfe County to move to a perfect 6-0 district record.

    On Friday night, Clinton County played host to Allen County/Scottsville and pulled off the one point victory in overtime.

    The team’s final game of the week came on Saturday when the

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    Lady Dawgs fall to Monroe in All ‘A’

    The Clinton County Lady Bulldogs dropped two games last week and move to 7-14 on the year. On Wednesday night, Clinton County traveled to Monroe County to take on the Lady Falcons in the semi-finals of the All “A” Classic Regional game. The Lady Dawgs lost the contest 65-26.

    On Saturday night, Clinton County hosted Garrard County and despite being within reach of the victory with a minute remaining in the game, Garrard County held on to

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    Lady Dawgs advance to semi-finals

    The Clinton County Lady Dawgs will move on to Wednesday’s game in the All “A” Classic Regional Tournament to take on Monroe County in the semi-finals after Monday night’s exciting win over Russellville.

    The game ended with a last second shot by Macy Campbell that found its way through the hoop to give Clinton County the two point win, 38-36.

    Clinton County 38

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    Dawgs end run in All ‘A’

    The Clinton County Bulldogs picked up two wins last week and fell short in Monday night’s contest against Russellville in the All “A” Classic Regional Tournament in overtime, 78-72.

    Friday night, The Dawgs traveled to Russell County and picked up the win 51-39.

    Tuesday, Clinton County hosted Cumberland County and grabbed a six point win over the Panthers, 66-60.

    All “A” Classic

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    You win some, you lose some, that’s the tale of ‘17 All ‘A’

    With this writing on Tuesday morning Clinton County fans are feeling a mix of emotions, as is often the case for high school basketball fans, following Monday night’s opening round of the All “A” Classic regional tournament.

    Our Lady Dawgs managed to hold off the Russellville Lady Panthers down the stretch, and thanks to a successful last second basket that just beat the buzzer by senior guard

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    Tempers flair but Dawgs win out

    The Clinton County Bulldogs only played one game last week due to the postponement of Friday night’s game against Metcalfe County due to weather conditions.

    Tuesday night, Clinton County played host to neighboring Pickett County, Tennessee, and the 32 minutes of playing time didn’t disappoint fans.

    The Bulldogs jumped out early in the game with three quick points by Jackson Harlan.

    Pickett County

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    Lady Dawgs pick up win

    The Clinton County Lady Dawgs finished the week with a 1-1 record, with Friday night’s game against Metcalfe County being postponed due to weather.

    On Tuesday, Clinton County played host to neighboring Pickett County. The Lady Bobcats came into The Castle with a perfect 13-0 record and that record remained perfect after the final buzzer sounded as the Lady Dawgs fell, 70-23.

    Saturday, the Lady Dawgs traveled to Russell County

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    A little unfortunate, but it’s a game that needs to stay

    Last Tuesday’s gathering in The Castle between fans of cross-state rivals Clinton County and Pickett County was good for both programs, and both communities.

    At least for just over 63 minutes of good basketball action.

    Beginning with the girls’ game, Clinton County fans spent 32 minutes cheering their Lady Dawgs on as they battled a very nice, hard-hitting and well-coached Lady Bobcat

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    Lady Dawgs have good outings at holiday classic

    The Clinton County Lady Bulldogs didn’t finish the Best of the Lakes Holiday Classic with a first place trophy, but the quality of play displayed on the local hardwood showed a lot of promise in working toward their end goal of making it deep in the postseason.

    Clinton County finished the tournament with a 2-2 record and needed a win in their final game to take first place, but North Laurel had other plans and defeated the

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