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Fulton pair, Erie trio head honor teams
Three players who led Erie to a share of the division co-title and a Class 1A regional crown and two players who helped Fulton reach the Class 2A super-sectional headline the All-Three Rivers Conference North Division volleyball team.
Kings' Ernst All-MAC
Brady Ernst didn’t play football as a sophomore after breaking his arm. Fans of Clinton High School athletics were aware of his talents on the basketball floor and the high jump pit in track, but he was an unknown on the football field entering his junior season.
Saints 2nd in tourney
One day after advancing to bracket play, the Ashford Unviersity volleyball team looked to qualify for the 2013 NAIA Volleyball National Championship on Saturday.
News Reds manager to keynote Hot Stove Banquet
Bryan Price, the newly hired manager of the Cincinnati Reds, will serve as keynote speaker of the annual Hot Stove Banquet sponsored by the Clinton LumberKings and the Friends of Riverview Stadium. The event will take place on Monday, Jan. 20, 2014, at Eagle Point Park Lodge.
Indians confident about volleyball postseason
As his team prepared for today's regional quarterfinals, Camanche volleyball coach Josh Davis had an optimistic tone.
Friday Night Football: Live coverage continues tonight
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.
Football: Northeast shut out by Mt. Vernon
A lopsided loss for the Rebels doesn’t mean there were no positives to take away from a 40-0 defeat to Mount Vernon. Northeast head coach Jerad Block had a positive tone with his team following the loss.
Football: Newman rolls over Fulton
A blowout win by Newman might not have been expected, but the Comets offense shredded the Steamers defense from the second quarter on for the 55-14 win road win. Newman improved to 3-0 in conference play and 4-1 overall while the Steamers fall to 1-4 (0-3 in conference).
Football: Sabers 'not out of it' following loss
Central DeWitt senior Tyler Stillmunkes accepted responsibility for his shortcomings Friday.
Yet, only a few minutes removed from a humbling 35-14 setback to Class 3A District 6 rival Solon, Stillmunkes maintained an upbeat, almost defiant attitude.
Football: Knights shut out Kings
It's been a storyline much of the football season, so why should homecoming be any different?
Clinton's defense put up a solid effort but simply was on the field too much Friday night at Coan Field.
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