Dawgs take on Caverna Friday, look to move to 4-0 on the year

Posted September 12, 2018 at 8:34 am

The Clinton County Bulldogs moved to 3-0 this season with the Friday night rout over the Bobcats of Pickett County, Tennessee, 50-18.

Even though Pickett County scored more points against the Dawgs than any of the other two opponents combined, Head Coach Jamie Miller said a couple of Byrdstown’s touchdowns were gimmes.

“They had a couple of fourth down conversions on penalties,” Miller said. “At that point in the game, when you’re up 35 points, it’s pretty much done.”

Miller said he was a little worried at the beginning of the game that his team wasn’t ready to play.

“I was hoping we wasn’t going to come out flat,” Miller said.

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    Dawgs move to 2-0

    The Clinton County Bulldogs got off to a great start to its 2018 season by only allowing six points in its first two games.

    Friday night’s game saw the Dawgs pull off a 62-0 victory over McCreary Central to move to 2-0 on the year.

    Head Coach Jamie Miller is proud of his team and hopes to continue the success one game at a time.

    On the opening

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    Bulldogs win opening game in blowout fashion

    The Clinton County Bulldogs got its season off to a good start by picking up a 52-6 win over Fort Knox on Friday night.

    “I’m very happy and we were able to play everybody,” Head Coach Miller said. “We played well. I was kind of concerned about going into a game without a scrimmage. Chase Stines played really well at quarterback. This was his first start at quarterback. I think he threw for 103 yards.”

    According to Miller, Noah Pruitt

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    Lady Soccer Dawgs’ season is underway

    Alicia Garcia took control of the ball during Thursday’s matchup against Taylor County. The Lady Soccer Dawgs lost the game 10-0 and are 0-5 on the season. Clinton County will play Monroe County at home on Thursday at 6 p.m.

    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    Nice start Dawgs!

    The Bulldogs got things off to a great start Friday night with a big 52-6 win over the Eagles of Fort Knox.

    Clinton County’s Chase Stines led the Dawgs from the quarterback spot Friday night to the lop-sided win over Fort Knox with 11 of 21 pass completions for 103 yards and two touchdowns.

    Other scoring came on four touchdowns from Noah Pruitt, who finished with 194 yards rushing on

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    2018 campaign begins Friday in Fort Knox,

    Meet the Bulldogs is moved

    Our Dawgs head north this weekend to take on the Eagles of Fort Knox in what has become a traditional season kick-off game.

    Clinton County hosted the Eagles last season to get the year off on a great start with a 40-18 win.

    This Friday night the Bulldogs will be headed to the Louisville

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    Turnovers … by Alan B. Gibson

    School year starts, fall sports time is here

    The sighting this week of those big, yellow school buses mean only one thing – with the start of another school year officially here, we are beginning the slow transition from no activities on the local sports scene – to a full plate with the start of fall sports seasons at CCHS.

    As I mentioned in these spaces last week, the gridiron season will see our Bulldogs heading for Fort Knox next

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