Baseball, softball and tennis take it outside

Posted March 30, 2021 at 12:27 pm

Walker Casada made contact with a pitch during Monday’s game against Pulaski County at Emmitt Field. The Dawgs lost the contest 6-2.

Makenzie Cope slid under a tag at third base Monday against Somerset Christian School. The Lady Bat Dawgs won the game by a final score of 14-1.

Above, Dane Harlan returned a ball during Clinton County’s home match against Metcalfe County on Monday. The boys’ team won three matches and lost two against the Hornets.

Below, Autumn McCutchen was able to return a ball during her match against Metcalfe County on Monday. The girls’ team won two matches and dropped five.

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    Clinton ends season in regional

    Sunday’s first round regional against Bowling Green started out with high hopes of moving on and continuing the season, but the end result saw Clinton County end its season with a 20-5 record with the 66-50 loss.

    Clinton County 50

    Bowling Green 66

    Bowling Green’s first point of the game came from the free throw line inside the first 20 seconds.

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    Dawgs look to 3-peat district title

    The Clinton County Bulldogs took one step closer to extending its post season Sunday afternoon by defeating Cumberland County, 60-53, in the first round of the 16th District Tournament.

    With Sunday’s win, Clinton County will have a berth in the 4th Region Tournament.

    The Dawgs started out a little on the rocky side as Cumberland County scored the first two points of the game.

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    Dawgs bring home runners-up trophy

    It was a roller coaster of emotions for Clinton County fans Saturday as they saw their Dawgs play in a hard fought game for the All “A” State Championship.

    In the end, the number three ranked team in the state, St. Henry, whose ranking went up to number one after last weekend, found a way to surpass the Bulldogs with a 74-57 win.

    The Bulldogs’ runners-up finish is the farthest

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    Lady Dawgs move to 12-6 on the year

    The Clinton County Lady Bulldogs played host Monday night to McCreary Central.

    In a game that was close all the way through to the end, Clinton County was able to hold on to get the win and move its record to 12-6 on the year.

    Clinton County 63

    McCreary Central 60

    The Lady

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    All “A” was a proud experience

    Being proud of our community came on so many different levels last week I don’t hardly know where to start.

    The first has to be for our Bulldogs and the coaching and support staff that made their way to Richmond last week for the semi-final and championship rounds of the All “A” Classic State Basketball Tournament.

    Our Dawgs came up just short

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    Dawgs named to all tourney team

    Clinton County Bulldogs Nick Brown, Nick Delk and Blake Melton were named to the All Tournament team after the conclusion of Saturday’s game against St. Henry for the All “A” State Championship.


    Dawgs advance in All ‘A’ State

    The Clinton County Bulldogs are headed to the semi-finals of the All “A” Classic State Tournament this Friday to play the winner of Somerset versus Evangel Christian, which will be played on Tuesday night of this week, too late for press deadline.

    Getting to the semi-finals wasn’t an easy task for the Bulldogs. Clinton County defeated two of the top rated teams in the tournament in Owensboro Catholic and Murray.

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    Lady Dawgs win two games last week

    The Clinton County Lady Bulldogs finished last week 2-0 after defeating Lynn Camp on Friday and Allen County/Scottsville on Saturday.

    Clinton County 54

    Allen Co./Scottsville 51

    Clinton County hosted Allen County/Scottsville on Saturday at noon for the second of two games scheduled for the week.

    During the first quarter, Allen County/Scottsville grabbed the first

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