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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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.
Boys basketball: River Kings right on point
CLINTON -- After one week, the Clinton River Kings are right where they want to be, but they have to keep the focus in order to stay on course. Beating Mississippi Athletic Conference foe Davenport North 77-37 makes the team that much more confident
- Cyclones get a scare from Northern Iowa DES MOINES -- For the first time this season, Iowa State found itself staring at a loss -- and a blowout one at that. The Cyclones took the lead with an historic run, lost it on a banked-in 3 to end regulation and grabbed it for good with a dominant
- Illinois builds early lead to beat Auburn, 81-62 ATLANTA -- Rayvonte Rice scored 22 points Sunday and Illinois made a season-high 12 3-point shots in an 81-62 men's basketball rout of Auburn in Philips Arena. The junior guard and his teammates seemed to feel more at home than when in Atlanta five d
- No. 23 Hawkeyes pull away from Drake DES MOINES -- For much of the first half, Drake looked as if it might actually give No. 23 Iowa a scare. The Hawkeyes needed less than three minutes to let the Bulldogs know they were in over their heads. Melsahn Basabe had a season-high 15 points an
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Basketball: Kaczinski leads Rebels past Warriors
GOOSE LAKE -- Eli Kaczinski dropped in 11 of his game-high 16 points in the second quarter to lead Northeast past Calamus-Wheatland 67-34 in boys non-conference basketball Saturday night. The Rebels (3-0) stretched their lead from 16-7 to 47-12 in th
- Jimmies surge by Ashford CLINTON - Facing off against its second nationally-ranked opponent in as many days, the Ashford University women's basketball team battled Jamestown College (N.D.) tough Saturday, but in the end it wasn't enough. Junior Janell Anthony led the Saints
Wrestling: Kings take 5 titles, runner-up finish
DUBUQUE -- Clinton High wrestlers came away with five individual titles and a second-place team finish Saturday at the Dubuque Invitational. Western Dubuque won the team title with 252 points, while Clinton totaled 201, finishing one-half point ahead
Basketball: Rebels roll to 4-0 start
GOOSE LAKE -- Northeast raced to leads off 20-2 after one quarter and 38-6 by halftime en route to a 65-13 win against visiting Calamus-Wheatland on Saturday in non-conference girls basketball. Addie Oberman led the Rebels (4-0) with 16 points, five
Boys basketball: Irish a work in progress early into season
CLINTON -- Prince of Peace may have been the smallest dog in the River City Classic, but the Irish have a lot of fight, and to coach Gerry Murphy, a lot of potential. "They're a team that is learning to be a lot more competitive, and I saw more of
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