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Camanche defeats Clinton in softball
Cara Brewer hit a leadoff home run to give Clinton its first lead of the season, but Camanche answered with five runs in the bottom of the first inning and defeated the River Queens 9-4 on Friday in non-conference softball.
Irish's Evers opens with 76 at state golf
Connor Evers shot a 76 on Friday in the opening round of the Iowa Class 1A boys golf state tournament.
Harksen completes sweep of sprints
Camanche's Derek Harksen completed his sweep of the Class 2A sprint events at the Iowa boys track and field state meet Saturday, winning the 100- and 200-meter dashes.
Sachsenmier sweeps wheelchair events
Drake Sachsenmier of Camanche won the shot put, 100, 200 and 400 in the wheelchair division Saturday at the Iowa track and field state meet in Des Moines
Marcucci leads way for area girls at state track meet
Aleenah Marcucci placed third in the Class 2A hurdles Saturday, the highest finish for any area girl on the final day of the Iowa track and field state meet.
State track meet: Kings' Robinson repeats in 400
Clinton's Deshond Robinson won the Class 4A 400-meter dash for second year in a row Thursday at the Iowa boys track and field state meet.
Panthers wins girls track title
Erie/Prophetstown won seven events Friday to claim the Three Rivers Conference girls track and field title.
Kings take second in MAC tennis
Clinton won two third third-place matches and finished tied for third in the team standings Friday at the Mississippi Athletic Conference boys tennis tournament.
Hammond wins MAC shot put title
Erika Hammond claimed first place in the shot put to lead Clinton at the Mississippi Athletic Conference girls track and field meet Thursday.
UPDATED: CCC eliminates sports programs
Bob Walker spent more than a quarter-century at Clinton Community College, first as a student-athlete and later as a successful men's basketball coach.
He knows the struggles the school has faced supporting its athletics program and the difficulties competing with other junior colleges in Iowa. So, he wasn't shocked by Wednesday's news that Clinton Community College will fully discontinue its athletics program at the end of the fall sports season, eliminating men's basketball and women's volleyball from its campus offerings. Still, he was saddened to hear it.
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