Lady Dawgs pick up fourth place in tourney

Posted January 8, 2019 at 8:53 am

The Clinton County Lady Dawgs hosted its own holiday tournament last week with the Best of the Lakes Holiday Classic at Lindle Castle Gymnasium.

The tournament held three days of games with eight teams involved, including the Lady Dawgs.

Clinton County went 2-0 in the tournament before losing the final game of pool play. The Lady Dawgs then dropped the tournament game held Saturday afternoon to Wayne County to pick up fourth place.

Clinton County 60

McCreary Central 51

Clinton County played McCreary Central in its first game of the Best of the Lakes Holiday Classic.

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    Dawgs go 2-2 in Twin Lakes Holiday Classic

    The Clinton County Bulldogs hosted the Twin Lakes Holiday Classic on December 20-22 and played four games, winning two and dropping two.

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    Holiday Classic

    Clinton County 66

    South Warren 52

    The Dawgs hosted in-region rival South Warren on December 20 in the first game

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    Bulldogs complete first half of 16th District sweep

    In two of the most important back to back games of the season, the Clinton County Bulldogs finished 2-0 and in doing so, secure a three-game sweep of the first half of the16th District seeding race.

    With an earlier win over Metcalfe County on December 7, the Bulldogs set their record this week against 16th District teams at 3-0 with marks in the “W” column against Cumberland County and Russell County.

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    Ho, Ho, Ho, let the holiday tournaments begin

    If top notch high school basketball would be something that would pique your interest during this holiday stretch, then you’re in luck.. Clinton County High School will be the place to be from now until the first of the year.

    This week’s boys’ basketball holiday classic – the Twin Lakes Holiday Classic will feature some of the best teams in the history of the event,

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    Lady Dawgs pick up 16th District win, drop two other games last week

    Clinton County’s Lady Bulldogs picked up an important victory last Tuesday night in Burkesville, handing a Lady Panther team a 19 point loss, 51-32.

    The next two nights weren’t so favorable for the Lady Dawgs, however, as they gave up two defeats, losing a close one to another 16th District foe, Russell County, 36-31, and giving up a controversial decision to the Lady Indians of Adair County, 46-30.


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    Bulldogs post wins over Metcalfe, Monroe, lose to Gators

    Facing three opponents from our own 4th Region, the Clinton County Bulldogs finished last week with a 2-1 overall mark with a home court win and splitting a pair of road trip games.

    Included in that lineup of early season games last week was an important big victory over 16th District opponent Metcalfe County on the home hardwood last Friday night, 78-35, in a contest that was played out under the KHSAA “Mercy Rule”

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    Lady Dawgs earn win over Monroe, drop games to Metcalfe, Greenwood

    In what is a rough start on a Clinton County Lady Bulldog season, the team has compiled an 1-3 overall record, after coming off of an 1-2 run last week in two road games and one home stand.

    Last week’s games included seeing the Lady Dawgs pick up it’s first victory of the year in a vwery nice 48-42 win against the Monroe County Lady Falcons, on the Monroe County hardwood, a venue that is always a

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    And just like that – we’re in full swing

    Didn’t take long for this 2018-19 basketball season to get in full swing and for things to get busy for fans, players and coaching staffs.

    Last week both our Lady Dawgs and Bulldogs hit the floor three times each, with the Dawgs going 2-1 with wins over Metcalfe (the most important), Monroe and losing to Greenwood.

    The Lady Dawgs were 1-2, picking up the

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    Dawgs pull away late to top Franklin-Simpson, 45-39

    After a slow start in the first road game of this still young season last Friday night, the Clinton County Bulldogs finally secured a victory in the closing minutes over the Wildcats of Franklin-Simpson, 45-39.

    Although it was the second game of the season for both teams, the low scoring contest had more appearances of “first game jitters” than a contest between two teams that were ready to do battle on the hardwood.

    Nearly half of the opening quarter had

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    Lady Bulldogs drop season opener to Lady Wildcats, 53-31

    Despite grabbing a game opening lead Friday night in Franklin-Simpson High school, the Clinton County Lady Bulldogs were unable to get much of anything else in proper working order the rest of the night, eventually giving up the season opener contest by 22 points, 53-31.

    Clinton County jumped out to an early 2-0 lead on a game opening basket by Braylee Mann, but the Lady Wildcats came roaring back against the Lady Bulldogs.

    Overtaking the lead during the first minute

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