45-41 win over Glasgow earns Clinton All ‘A’ regional title

Posted January 23, 2013 at 8:07 pm


‘A’ big win sends

Dawgs to Frankfort


For the third time in seven seasons, the Clinton County Bulldogs were crowned Champions of the 4th Region in the Touchstone Energy All “A” Classic basketball system, earning them the right to continue in the tournament into this week’s state level finale of the event, the organization’s equilalent of the Sweet 16.

Clinton County picked up a 45-41 victory last Saturday night in the championship game against Glasgow, the same team that had defeated the Bulldogs in the 2012 championship game. The Bulldogs had earlier defeated Monroe County, 54-39, in semi-final action to earn the berth in Saturday night’s championship game.

The Bulldogs will now advance to the All “A” Classic State Tournament in Frankfort, Kentucky at the Frankfort Convention Center, where they will compete against 15 other regional champions from across the state.

The Bulldogs are set to take on Knott County Central of the 14th Region in a game that will tip-off at 7:00 p.m. Central time on Thursday. Tickets to Thursday’s opening round contest are being sold from the front office at Clinton County High School during regular school hours.

A complete rundown of last week’s All “A” Classic tournament action can be found this week in Sports.

Congratulations to the team and coaches on another 4th Region All “A” Classic title!

Wearing shirts proclaiming the All “A” Classic 4th region championship title, the Clinton County Bulldogs are shown in the above photo hoisting the championship trophy in front of a home crowd of fans this past Saturday night.


Above, senior guard Ryan Beard was within inches of a menacing Glasgow Scottie pep section Saturday night during an inbounds play from the sidelines.

The Bulldogs travel to Frankfort to face Knott County Central Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in the All “A” State Tournament.