Dawgs drop three games

Posted February 7, 2018 at 9:58 am

The Clinton County Bulldogs dropped three games last week at the hands of Campbellsville on Tuesday night, 56-55, Somerset on Saturday, 60-52 and McCreary Central on Monday night, 61-60.

Clinton County did pick up a win against Madison Southern on Friday night, 80-65.

Clinton Coutny 60

McCreary Central 61

The Bulldogs had trouble with the 9-13 McCreary Central Raiders Monday night of this week after yet another slow start to the game.

Clinton County’s Ely Baker knocked down a three pointer to get points on the board for the Bulldogs, but a 5-0 run by the Raiders

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    Dawgs fall in second round

    The Clinton County Bulldogs took its game to Richmond, Kentucky last week to play in the Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic at McBrayer Arena on Eastern Kentucky University’s campus.

    Although Clinton County came up across the number 12 ranked team in the state during the second round, bringing an early departure from the tournament, Clinton County fans still bleed blue after the Dawgs fell in the second round.


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    4th Region All ‘A’ Classic Champs

    4th Region All ‘A’ Classic

    The Clinton County Bulldogs won two games in the All “A” Classic Regional Tournament in order to be crowned 4th Region All “A” Classic Champions Sunday afternoon against Monroe County.

    Clinton County 51

    Monroe County 47

    The Clinton County Bulldogs played host to Monroe County in the finals of the

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    Lady Dawgs fall in semi-finals of All ‘A’ regional against Todd Co.

    The 4th Region All “A” Classic got off to a slow start with the winter storm that moved through the area last week, pushing games back nearly a whole week.

    On Saturday, the Clinton County Lady Dawgs finally got to take the floor after waiting for a winner in the Todd County Central/Cumberland County matchup.

    Todd County defeated the Lady Panthers, 59-28, in the first round of the regional tournament on Thursday.

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    4th Region All ‘A’ Tournament team

    Above, Chase Stines, Jackson Harlan and Seth Stockon was named to the 2018 4th Region All “A” Tournament team during the awards ceremony Sunday night. Harlan was also named to the 4th Region All Academic team.

    Below, Alexis Roberts and Joelie Hicks were named to the 2018 4th Region All “A” Tournament team. Gabby Beaty was named 4th Region All Academic team.

    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    Dawgs head back to McBrayer

    Working around Mother Nature’s winter fury last week proved challenging for all of the schools trying to get the 4th Region All “A” Basketball Tournament games in, but I must say, I can’t imagine it going any smoother than it did in the hands of the group who were in charge at Clinton County High School last week.

    Games that were supposed to be played on Monday were finally finished on Thursday and a tournament

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    Clinton County picks up win against Cumberland County, 40-25

    Rylee Stockton put up a jumper in the first half against Cumberland County on Tuesday night. Clinton County picked up the 40-25 win over the Lady Panthers. Stockton finished with 11 points.

    The Clinton County Lady Dawgs picked up one win this week against Cumberland County on Tuesday, but fell to Russell County on Thursday of this week to move to 5-15 on the year. Thursday night’s Russell County game was the final regular season district game for the Lady Dawgs.

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    Time for “A” basketball tournament

    Used to be I divided the high school basketball season into two parts – before Christmas break and after Christmas break.

    For the past few years, a season gets divided much differently and actually into five parts.

    Before the Christmas tournaments, after the Christmas tournaments, the All “A” Classic Tournament run, the rest of the regular season play and the post-season run.

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    Harlan gets 1,000th point in loss to Pickett County, 60-45

    The Clinton County Bulldogs finished the week 1-1, picking up a loss to Pickett County, and grabbing a win at home against Metcalfe County on Friday night. Clinton County is 10-7 on the year.

    Clinton County 75

    Metcalfe County 51

    The Bulldogs started out Friday night’s game with a three pointer by Jackson Harlan. Metcalfe County answered with a three pointer

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