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.
Each football season we work to bring you the coverage and updates you want to see on the teams you love most.
This year we're expanding our offerings and have some new features we're excited to roll out. We invite you to join us tonight, and every Friday, from your favorite device--computer, phone or tablet--for live updates on all the local action.
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Listen live via KROS
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Social media updates
This year we created a sports-only Twitter account to give fans a place to find stories, scores and special info on area teams. Not only do we share all our updates, but also relevant updates from area sources to provide comprehensive coverage that is easily accessible from anywhere. Just like our text alerts, Twitter users can opt-in to receive Twitter updates via text message, making it easy to follow all the action in one place.
We will also be posting quarterly updates on our Facebook page and invite you to interact with us throughout the evening.
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.
- Local Sports
Clinton wins River City Classic title
Clinton trailed Davenport North by two points with 10 seconds left in the championship game of the River City Classic on Saturday afternoon, but sophomore Brady Ernst came to the River Kings’ rescue.
Clinton has three champions, finishes second
Clinton had three champions Saturday and finished second as a team at the Dubuque Invitational wrestling tournament.
L'Kings offensive drought continues
Shutout for the second time in two nights Saturday in a 2-0 loss to South Bend, the Clinton LumberKings' offense was limited again Sunday, managing just one run in a 4-1 Midwest League baseball loss to the Silver Hawks at Ashford University Field.
River Kings find a way to advance
Held hitless for seven innings, Clinton managed to send the game into extra innings, then scored twice in the eighth inning and defeated Dubuque Senior 3-2 on Friday in the first round of the Iowa Class 4A Substate 3 baseball tournament.
Summer Nationals has great start at Cordova
Opening night went well Friday at the IHRA Summer Nationals Nitro Jam at Cordova Dragway Park
Caldwell brothers play in 4 state tournaments
Before this academic year, only one Clinton student-athlete had reached the feat of playing in four state tournaments. Since then, though, three more have joined the list.
Softball: Indians' upset bid falls short
Top-ranked Benton Community denied Camanche's early scoring chances and defeated the Indians 1-0 on Friday in the Iowa Class 3A Region 6 softball semifinals.
JUST IN: Tubbs commits to Drake volleyball program
Elle Tubbs has a couple of years left to don a Clinton volleyball jersey, but on Saturday, she mapped out the next stop of her playing career.
Baseball roundup: River Kings split with North
Clinton rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning and defeated Davenport North 3-2 in the first game of a baseball doubleheader Thursday. North came back to win Game 2 5-2.
Softball roundup: Indians win in 11th
Camanche scored a run in the bottom of the 11th inning Thursday to beat West Branch 9-8 in River Valley Conference softball.
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- Clinton wins River City Classic title