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MORRISON, Ill. – Despite comeback efforts, passing sank the Morrison volleyball team on Wednesday night and they fell 2-0 in conference play to Orion at home.

CLINTON – The Clinton River Queens were edged out by the Muscatine swim team on Tuesday night in Clinton in a Mississippi Athletic Conference duel swim meet at the River King and Queen Natatorium.

CLINTON – It was a dominant win for the Clinton volleyball team on Tuesday night in front of their home crowd to help kick off homecoming week for Clinton High School.

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FULTON, Ill. – After a dominant first set, the Fulton volleyball team had to dig for whatever points they could in order to squeeze by Polo 2-1 on Thursday night at home.

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Two Clinton teens from two area gyms brought home national recognition this month after competing in the 2021 Silver Glove Championships. The tournament, which was comprised of boxing athletes who advanced through both the state and regional levels, took place in Kansas City Aug. 30 – Sep. 2.

ELDRIDGE – The Clinton River Kings and Queens has a great night n the cross country courses Tuesday, placing third and fourth at the North Scott Lancer Invitational at Scott County Park.

MILES – Even with a shaky second set, the Easton Valley volleyball team completed a 3-0 Tri-Rivers Conference sweep over Alburnett on Tuesday night at the elementary school in Miles.

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DEWITT – A few second half blunders kept the Clinton River Kings from their first win Friday night, and instead the Central DeWitt Sabers got a 44-28 victory at home to stay perfect on the year.

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GOOSE LAKE – A smaller meet and warm weather made for fast times on Thursday night as Northeast hosted their cross country meet on their school grounds in Goose Lake.

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FULTON, Ill. – The first set on Thursday night ended with yet another serve long an out of bounds – just fitting for an error filled game for the Fulton volleyball team.

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CLINTON – The Clinton Herald Athletic Performers of the Year (CHAPY) Awards are in their second year since beginning, and the finalists for the 2020-2021 school year are ready to be announced.

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FULTON, Ill. – The Steamers didn’t need to question the winner of Tuesday’s duel golf meet at Fulton Country Club – Fulton took the win without question.

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DEWITT – A local Mississippi Athletic Conference matchup ended in a Clinton volleyball sweep on Tuesday night as the River Queens took down Central DeWitt 3-0 on the Sabers’ home court.

TIPTON – The Clinton River Queen swimmers got a duel win at Tipton High School Thursday, splashing to a sweep of first place finishes.

CLINTON, IOWA – The LumberKings announced today that official Duke Slater bobbleheads are now on sale and are going to permanently remembering the hall of famer at the high school he took pride in.

GOOSE LAKE – Even though the Northeast volleyball team got off to dominant starts in two sets, they struggled to keep control and lost their first River Valley Conference contest to Cascade 3-0 on Thursday night at home.

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CLINTON – Some of the first cross country competition of the year produced some good results for local athletes as they got their first taste at the annual Schoolhouse Open at Emma Young Park.

CAMANCHE – After a couple of years running behind three-time state place winner and state champion Dylan Darsidan, the Camanche Storm cross country team is set to look to a new leader.

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CLINTON – With 50 kids on the cross country team this season, head coach Kellen Schneeberger has no lack of athletes to choose for his varsity rosters.

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CAMANCHE – After putting the first points on the board, the Camanche football team seemed to have no answers for Beckman Catholic for the rest of the contest, leaving them with a 28-14 season opening loss on Friday night at home.

CLINTON – Another year starting in the state rankings, another year set to compete in a powerful Mississippi Athletic Conference.

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DAVENPORT – The Clinton River Kings marched down the field many times Thursday night in their football season opener, but each time a blunder ended their scoring chances and left them on the wrong end of a 14-0 loss to the Davenport West Falcons.

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