CLINTON — The Clinton River Queens saw plenty of Stacy Clark as a player for Pleasant Valley.

  • Herald Staff Report sports@clintonherald.com

DUBUQUE — A consistent rain created an extra hurdle for an already inexperienced Clinton girls golf team Monday in the regional golf meet.

  • Herald Staff Report sports@clintonherald.com

BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Three area football players will play in the Illinois High School Shrine game.

  • Herald Staff Report sports@clintonherald.com

WEST LIBERTY — An aggressive gameplan Friday propelled the Clinton High School girls soccer team to its fourth win of the season.

  • Herald Staff Report sports@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — A quiet day at the plate stymied Clinton in the series finale Sunday against Cedar Rapids.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON —The River Kings knew they would have their hands full when the Class 2A No. 12 ranked Central DeWitt Sabers came to town Friday night.

featured
  • Herald Staff Report

DES MOINES — Area hurdlers had good days on the blue oval on the second day of competition at the Iowa High School State Track & Field Meet.

  • by Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CAMANCHE — Even if the season is over for the majority of the Camanche girls tennis team, the future looks bright.

  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — For Clinton senior Madison Eberhart, districts was literally a now or never situation.

  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — Senior track season was made a little extra sweet for Clinton’s Ty McGruder after districts last week at North Scott High School.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — It’s been a busy week at Ashford University Field even though the LumberKings are on the road.

  • Herald Staff Report

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — An eighth inning home run by Ariel Sandoval was all the offense the Clinton LumberKings could muster in a 5-1 loss to the South Bend Cubs on Friday night at Four Winds Field. The Cubs (14-17) three-run first inning proved to be more than enough in a quite night for the Lum…

featured
  • by Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

When you see No. 7 for the Clinton River Kings' soccer team joking around with his teammates, you wouldn't even know that communication was a challenge for him at first.

  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — The series finale against Bowling Green at Ashford University Field felt a lot like the night before, with the Hot Rods dominating Clinton pitchers inning after inning.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — A lot of the baseball game on Wednesday morning at Ashford University Field felt more like batting practice for the Bowling Green Hot Rods.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

FULTON, Ill. — Small numbers haven't stopped the Fulton girls track team from strong performances this year.

  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CAMANCHE — It's a big year with a lot of firsts for Camanche boys track coach Lisa Kunzie.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CAMANCHE — After a loss against a powerful Dubuque Wahlert team on Monday, it felt nice to get back in the win column for the Indians.

  • Herald Staff Report

CLINTON —The Clinton LumberKings fell to the Bowling Green Hot Rods on Tuesday night at Ashford University Field, 2-1, in the team's first extra inning contest of the season. The free base runner placed on second to start each extra inning proved to be the deciding run in an otherwise exciti…

  • Herald Staff Report sports@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — Senior Night went just about as well as it could have for the Clinton River Kings at Max Lynn Courts on Tuesday. 

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CAMANCHE — You are starting to see area track teams solidify their lineups for districts, and that means relay teams and events are fine tuning for the district meets coming up.

  • Herald Staff Report sports@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — The National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association (NJCAA) is bringing their Regional XI Division II (DII) rounds for the Junior College World Series to Ashford University Field Wednesday, May 9th through Wednesday, May 16th. This will mark the first time in the over 80-year histo…

  • Herald Staff Report

FULTON, Ill. — The Fulton Steamers allowed a run in the first, but came back in a big way to take down Eastland 10-3 at Drive’s Park on Monday afternoon.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — The Camanche Indians and Clinton River Kings put up solid performances against top-ranked teams at Max Lynn Courts on Sunday, heading into a couple of busy weeks for the boys tennis teams.

featured
  • Herald Staff Report

BELOIT, Wis. — Jack Larsen drove in five runs and the Clinton LumberKings dropped the Beloit Snappers 8-5 in a seesaw battle at Harry Pohlman Field on Sunday afternoon. Larsen ended his afternoon going 3-for-5 at the plate with a triple and five RBI.

CAMANCHE — Both Clinton and Camanche split duals this weekend on the tennis courts at Camanche High School.

featured

CLINTON — Losing 50/50 balls and on the defensive, the Clinton boys soccer team entered halftime Friday needing a change.

  • Herald Staff Report sports@clintonherald.com

BELOIT, Wis. — The Clinton LumberKings could muster just one run against Beloit Snappers pitching during a 2-1 loss at Harry Pohlman Field on Friday night.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — Prince of Peace doesn’t have a history of high jumpers. I mean, they don’t have their own track, let alone a high jump pit.

featured
  • Herald Staff Report news@clintonherald.com

DES MOINES — A former Clinton High School standout was forced to miss the final leg of the decathlon at the Drake Relays this week, moving him from first to second in the annual event.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

FULTON, Ill. — After a 12-0 win in just five innings over Morrison on Thursday afternoon, Fulton coach Jessie Rosenow really had just one word.

  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

FULTON, Ill. — A back-and-forth game between Morrison and Fulton ended with a few tumultuous plays in extra innings and a 9-6 Steamer loss at Drive’s Park on Thursday afternoon.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — Even though he hails from Fort Worth, Texas, Clinton has become a second home for LumberKing Dimas Ojeda.

  • Herald Staff Report

CAMANCHE — The Camanche Indians continued their success with a dominant win over Maquoketa at home on Tuesday afternoon.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

He doesn’t stand tall, but Fulton freshman Michael Apostolos is a bit hard to miss.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — Offense came easily for the Fulton Steamers as they pounded Morrison 12-4 in a TRAC tournament game Tuesday night at Ashford University Field.

  • Herald Staff Report

GRAND CHUTE, Wis. — A five run sixth inning by the Clinton LumberKings proved to be the difference in their seventh straight win, as they dropped the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 6-2 on Monday night at Neuroscience Group Field. Oliver Jaskie picked up his first win for Clinton (11-3) with seven…

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

GOOSE LAKE —The Northeast Rebels used perfect weather to showcase their boys team in front of a large home crowd on Monday evening at the Rebel Relays.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

The Northeast girls track team ran away with the team scores on Senior Night, using the perfect weather to dominate events at the Rebel Relays.

  • Herald Staff Report

CLINTON — A slow start didn’t stop the Clinton River Queens from scoring and picking up their second victory with a 2-0 win over Marquette Catholic on Monday night.

  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — Warmer weather means the approach of summer. That means kids will be out of school and looking for things to do.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

FULTON, Ill. — The stories at Drives Park were very similar, just one went in favor of Fulton and one went to Orion.

featured
  • By Carie Kuehn ckuehn@clintonherald.com

CLINTON — Going into a contest with Pleasant Valley, Clinton soccer coach Matt Hagge knew that they would need to play defense.

  • Herald Staff Report

CLINTON — The Camanche girls golf team took both the individual and team titles at the Prince of Peace Invitational at Valley Oaks on Friday.

  • Herald Staff Report

CLINTON — Nine walks by Clinton LumberKings pitching on Thursday night at Ashford University Field were overcome in a 5-3 win against the Burlington Bees. Ryan Scott led the offense for the LumberKings (7-3) going 3-for-3 with a double, a walk, and a run scored.