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Dawgs move record to 5-2 on the year

Posted October 11, 2017 at 9:31 am

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 was 22-0. It really steam rolled on them. They are really down. After the first half we played our JV team the rest of the night.”

Miller said on the very last play Berea threw a long pass and it was tipped and

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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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    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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    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.


    Boys’ soccer team wins All ‘A’ Regional

    by Lynn Starnes

    On Saturday, September 9, the Clinton County boys’ soccer team hosted the 4th Region All “A” Championship. This was the second time the Bulldogs and the Monroe County Falcons had met within a four day time span. Same teams, different sites, one was a regular season game and one was the Regional Championship. The outcomes were almost identical with the Dawgs winning both games, 7-1 and 7-0 respectively.

    Clinton County led by

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    Clinton County Football team holds Bobcats scoreless, 68-0

    The Clinton County Football team held Pickett County scoreless in the 68-0 win Friday night at home.

    Clinton County took contol of the game early and during the middle of the second quarter, Clinton County had reached the mercy rule for the time clock that kept the clock running for the remainder of the game.

    Head Coach Jamie Miller said he wished he could have gotten everyone in, but two

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    Dawgs go to 3-0 after Bobcat smack-down

    Our Bulldogs were on the favorable end of an old-fashioned smack-down Friday night when they handed cross-state rival Pickett County a 68-0 thumping.

    Coach Jamie Miller and Dawg Company started out fast and hard and never let up as they thrilled a nearly packed house on Bulldog Field to go 3-0.

    Congrats are certainly in order to the Dawgs and staff on not only a great

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    Golf teams host York Institute at 76 Falls

    Lady Golf Dawg Victoria Honeycutt watched as her chip shot approached the pin on the seventh hole last Thursday at Seventy Six Falls Country Club. Honeycutt finished the match against York Institute with a nine-hole score of 58 as Clinton County picked up a win.

    Golf Dawg Corey Latham chipped onto the first green last Thursday at Seventy Six Falls Country Club as Clinton County picked up a

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    Volley Dawgs fall to Russell County in four games

    Kayli Hadley scored a kill during the first game of Tuesday night’s match against Russell County at The Castle. Clinton County lost the match in four games, 25-16,23-25,25-23 and 25-10. The Lady Volley Dawgs are 6-6 on the year.

    Soccer team is hitting new milestones under new coach

    By Lynn Starnes

    The team was still able to hold their heads high as they had played with a resilient effort after shaking out the initial nerves.

    On Thursday night, Clinton faced Russellville in the 4th Region All “A” Classic Semi-Final after a day filled with rain.

    The changing weather conditions had no impact on the true potential of the Bulldogs. The team jelled and began making goal after goal, up

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