Posted September 25, 2013 at 1:09 pm

Dawgs go down in OT – still a good effort

Clinton County returned home from Hart County Friday night after suffering a heart-breaking overtime loss at the hands of Caverna, by a single point, 20-19.

Still, our Dawgs continue to show improvement on the field and are still in control of a 3-2 winning record as they head to the fourth and final of a four-game road stint this Friday night.

Clinton County will be headed west this Friday, but not nearly as far as the past two road trips have been. A quick trip just a couple of counties over to Metcalfe County this Friday night, with a slated 7:00 p.m. kickoff against the Hornets.

Metcalfe County heads into Friday night’s match-up looking to even it’s own record as they take a 2-3 mark into the contest after picking up a narrow two point win over the Wildcats of Edmonson County this past Friday, 12-10.

Good luck Dawgs and bring home another big W.

Clinton County will return home the following week, October 4, playing host to Lynn Camp on Bulldog field.

Fall sports ahead

Golf was the first to get started in the fall sports lineup, and will be the first to see its season come to a close. The Lady Golf Dawgs and Golf Dawgs will be hosting the 16th District tourney this week, at Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park on Thursday.

From there, it’s regional tournament time for both squads, with the boys headed to Franklin on Monday, September 30, while the girls play at Tompkinsville on Tuesday, October 1.

Girls soccer has a home stretch of seven straight to finish out the regular season play, facing Warren East on Saturday, Oneida on Monday then Glasgow on Tuesday.

The boys soccer team is on the road for the rest of the season before hosting the district tournament in mid October.

Our Volley Dawgs play host to Russell County on Monday and Monroe County on Tuesday.

Bulldog Golf Tourney

The 5th Annual Clinton County High School Boys Basketball Golf Scramble will be held this Saturday at Seventy Six Fall Country Club.

A four-man ABCD blind draw event, the entry fee is $50 with a possible (full field) payout of $600 per team for first place, $400 per team for second.

Check-in at 9:00, start at 10:00. Lunch and several additional prizes will be involved. Call Coach Todd Messer (387-4673), Mike Beard (387-5569) or Nick Irwin (688-0731) for additional details.