The Clinton Herald's Friday Night Football season coverage continues tonight with key area matchups including live coverage of Clinton, Fulton, Camanche, Northeast and more.
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Social media updates
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Live sports stream
No matter what kind of device you use, you will always find all our updates on ClintonHerald.com. This year we also created a new Herald Sports Stream, a place where everything we share is collected, including tweets, videos, photos and stories. It is accessible through ClintonHerald.com and viewable on any device.
- High School Sports
Harris, Jones commit to top programs
CLINTON — One athlete has nothing more to prove as a River Queen; the other hopes to leave it all on the court as his final basketball season looms.
Girls basketball: Morrison can't find its rhythm
MORRISON, Ill. -- Every time the Morrison Fillies seemed to muster up some kind of momentum, they just couldn't seem to hold onto it. Morrison had opportunities to win Monday night but fell to Sterling Newman 42-37 in Three Rivers Conference girls ba
Bowling: Clinton splits with Muscatine
CLINTON -- Clinton split its season-opening bowling match against Muscatine on Saturday at Plaza Bowl, winning the boys match 2,972-2,897 but dropping the girls contest 2,917-2,456. Tim Dawson led the River Kings, rolling the highest two-game series
Boys basketball: Big tests await Kings
CLINTON -- Nick Lawrence can't remember a week quite like the one awaiting his Clinton High School boys basketball team. The River Kings (3-0) have their two biggest tests of the young season when they entertain third-ranked Dubuque Senior tonight an
Girls basketball: Knights prevail in tense fourth
FULTON, Ill. -- It's not whether you fall down, it's about whether you get back up again. The Unity Christian Knights did not fear Morning Star Academy on Monday evening, getting a 36-33 home win in front of a cozy crowd. Two weeks ago playing in a
Basketball: Kaczinski leads Rebels past Warriors
GOOSE LAKE -- Eli Kaczinski dropped in 11 of his game-high 16 points in the second quarter to lead Northeast past Calamus-Wheatland 67-34 in boys non-conference basketball Saturday night. The Rebels (3-0) stretched their lead from 16-7 to 47-12 in th
Wrestling: Kings take 5 titles, runner-up finish
DUBUQUE -- Clinton High wrestlers came away with five individual titles and a second-place team finish Saturday at the Dubuque Invitational. Western Dubuque won the team title with 252 points, while Clinton totaled 201, finishing one-half point ahead
Boys basketball: Irish a work in progress early into season
CLINTON -- Prince of Peace may have been the smallest dog in the River City Classic, but the Irish have a lot of fight, and to coach Gerry Murphy, a lot of potential. "They're a team that is learning to be a lot more competitive, and I saw more of
Boys basketball: River Kings right on point
CLINTON -- After one week, the Clinton River Kings are right where they want to be, but they have to keep the focus in order to stay on course. Beating Mississippi Athletic Conference foe Davenport North 77-37 makes the team that much more confident
Area schedule (Dec. 9-14, 2013)
The area high school and college sports schedules for Monday, Dec. 9, through Saturday, Dec. 14
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