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Queens break through against Northeast defense
Clinton scored two quick goals late in the second half to secure a 3-0 win against Northeast on Friday in girls soccer.
Strong second half leads Kings to 5-0 soccer win
Clinton scored five goals in the second half to beat Northeast 5-0 on Friday in boys soccer.
Six Northeast seniors announce college plans
Six Northeast seniors announced future plans that including playing sports at the collegiate level.
Area schedule (April 8-13)
Area schedule for April 8-13
Girls basketball: Oberman named Herald Player of Year
Northeast senior Addie Oberman is the Clinton Herald Player of the Year in girls basketball.
Robinson named Coach of Year
Don Robinson of Prophetstown is the Herald Coach of the Year in girls basketball.
Track and field: Robinson leads Kings in outdoor opener
Deshond Robinson won three individual events and anchored a winning relay, and Clinton also won two field events as it opened the season with a fifth-place finish Friday at the Spartan Invitational outdoor track and field meet.
5 memorable college hoops tourney buzzer beaters
It's March, which means the NCAA Tournament is just around the corner. But before March Madness takes hold, the conference tournaments, which get under way this week, often provide their own share of exciting finishes. Here are five memorable buzzer beaters from conference tournament play.
No. 1 City High derails Queens
Facing an unbeaten and No. 1-ranked opponent in the postseason is never an easy task. And Iowa City High certainly didn’t take it easy on Clinton on Saturday night.
Kings claim pair of 4ths
Losing doesn't sit well with Hunter Genco. But even he couldn't help but force a chuckle after coming out on the short end in the final match of his high school career.
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