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Harlan, Stockton honored

Posted March 13, 2019 at 8:40 am

Clinton County Bulldogs Jackson Harlan and Seth Stockton were both honored last week at the conclusion of the 4th Region Tournament in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Shown at right, Harlan, left, and Stockton were both named to the 4th Region All Tournament Team while Harlan was also named as the 4th Region Player of the Year.

As the 4th Region Player of the Year, Harlan was also entered into the voting competition for Kentucky Mr. Basketball.

Although Harlan wasn’t named Mr. Basketball, Clinton County was well represented in Lexington last week during the Kentucky Lions Club annual banquet that honored the regional players of the year from across the state.


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    Dawgs fall in semi-finals

    The Clinton County Bulldogs had nearly half of WKU’s Diddle Arena wearing blue and supporting them Friday night as the Dawgs took on Bowling Green in the semi-finals of the 4th Region Tournament.

    The game started out with Bowling Green drawing first blood with a three pointer. It wasn’t long until Jackson Harlan hit a field goal to get the Dawgs to within one point, 3-2.

    Bowling Green answered with

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    Dawgs keep dancing in 4th

    The Clinton County Bulldogs coasted through the 16th District Championship game last Thursday night picking up the 81-58 win over the Hornets of Metcalfe County and also progressed in the 4th Region Tournament Sunday by defeating Allen County/Scottsville in the opening round, 73-52.

    4th Region Tournament

    Clinton County 73

    Allen Co./Scottsville 52


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    Dawgs to Dance at Diddle

    Defeat Cumberland County in opening round of the 16th District

    The Clinton County Bulldogs didn’t run away with Monday night’s first round game in the 16th District Tournament against Cumberland County, however, when the final buzzer sounded, the Dawgs did advance to the finals and find a berth in the 4th Region Tournament.

    Clinton County 62

    Cumberland Co. 55

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    Lady Dawgs drop final game of regular season

    The Clinton County Lady Bulldogs dropped two games last week leading up to Tuesday night’s first round of the district tournament against Russell County.

    On Tuesday, February 12, the Lady Dawgs traveled to Somerset and fell 56-31, and traveled to Barren County on Thursday and was defeated, 71-27.

    Clinton County 27

    Barren County 71

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    Tourney time – and we’re off

    As of this writing, which takes place on Tuesday mornings, the state is wrapped up in high school basketball from Paducah to Pikeville, and Alexandria to Albany, as the first round of district tournament action gets underway.

    With Monday night behind us, we know that our Bulldogs will continue to play some roundball, having outlasted a very tough and stubborn Panther squad from Cumberland County in opening round play, 62-55.

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    Booster Club expresses gratitude to community

    The Clinton County Basketball Boosters would like to extend thanks to the businesses, individuals, volunteers and supporters during the basketball radio auction.

    This year’s auction was another success due to the hard work and dedication of many who are faithful in your support of our Bulldogs and Lady Dawgs at Clinton County High School.

    We would like to extend a special thank you to WANY RADIO for the air time to make this event possible.

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    South Warren tops Dawgs

    Jackson Harlan went into Monday night’s game only four points shy of hitting the 2,000 mark for his career.

    During the first quarter against South Warren, Harlan’s first two points were free throws, he hit two of two, leaving him with only two points remaining. At the 2:35 mark in the first quarter, Harlan knocked down a three pointer that surpassed the 2,000 point mark. He finished the game with 24 points and is now sitting on

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    Lady Dawgs grab two region wins

    The Clinton County Lady Dawgs picked up two wins this week over Monroe County on Friday night and Warren Central on Saturday afternoon, but fell to Taylor County on Tuesday.

    Clinton County 48

    Warren Central 40

    The Lady Dawgs played their final game at Lindle Castle Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon against 4th Region opponent Warren Central.

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