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The Hot Dogs football team claimed Clinton County bragging rights with a 28-14 win over the Clinton Prairie Gophers on Friday night at Frankfort.

The Frankfort Hot Dogs capitalized on six Clinton Central turnovers to defeat the Bulldogs, 20-12, on opening night of the high school football season Friday at Michigantown.

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Clinton Central’s varsity baseball team clinched the school’s first sectional title since 2005 on Monday evening when they defeated Rossville High School, 6-2.

The Clinton Central boys golf team shot a season-low 396 to win the Hoosier Heartland Conference title on Saturday at Deer Track Golf Course. It is the first conference championship by the Bulldogs boys golf team since 1992.

Frankfort’s varsity track team won convincingly on Saturday when they hosted the Clinton County Coed Track and Field Meet. The Hot Dogs finished with a team score of 178.5 while Clinton Prairie came in second with 110.5. Clinton Central and Rossville rounded out the final two with 102 and 95…

Frankfort’s varsity baseball team hosted Clinton Central on Saturday afternoon in a doubleheader that had the Hot Dogs splitting both games with their county rival.

The Clinton Central boys golf team won the Caston Invitational on Saturday at Pond View Golf Course in Star City after shooting a 409 to lead the nine-team field. The early morning temperature and frost on the greens delayed the 9 a.m. start about 30 minutes.

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The Hornets fell behind early by roared back for a 10-9 victory over the Bulldogs in Tuesday county-rivalry softball game at Rossville.

Frankfort junior Elijah Anthony earned a regional championship at the 126-pound weight class while Clinton Central sophomore Cael Albaugh took second place at the 182-pound weight class Saturday at the Frankfort Regional Tournament. Both local wrestlers advance to Saturday’s semi-state tourn…

Frankfort’s Elijah Anthony and Clinton Central’s Cael Albaugh earned individual championships as all four Clinton County schools competed in the Frankfort Sectional Tournament on Saturday inside Case Arena.

The Sagamore Conference and Hoosier Heartland Conference announced their all-conference teams last month with selections such as Frankfort’s Riley Goodnight making first team and Demi Freeman from Rossville.

Playing host to the 61st Annual Clinton Central Holiday Tournament, the Clinton Central boys basketball team opened tourney play with a loss to the Tri-Central Trojans, 65-58. A slow start gave the Bulldogs an uphill battle throughout the evening as they gave up 45 second-half points to fall…

Though both boys basketball teams set out with aspirations to play the final game of the Clinton Central Holiday Tournament on Wednesday night, Clinton Prairie and Clinton Central found themselves dueling for third place along with early bragging rights in the county rivalry.

The Clinton Central Bulldogs held serve on Thursday night in a girls varsity matchup against county rival Frankfort with a final of 62-32. While both teams played an even game in the first half, it was Clinton Central who came out with a consistent effort on the defensive end in the second h…

With the beginning of their season in flux due to virus restrictions, Clinton Central’s prolonged 2020-21 season got underway on Saturday as the Bulldogs traveled to Delphi. A 62-48 loss to the Oracles put the Bulldogs on the wrong end of how they had hoped to kick their season off.

The Clinton Central girls basketball team lost 57-38 to the Lafayette Central Catholic Knights on Tuesday night at Lafayette.

The Clinton Central girls basketball team earned a 42-38 win over the Perry Meridian Falcons in Tuesday night’s non-conference matchup at Indianapolis.

The Clinton Central Bulldogs finished a strange 2020 football season with a 5-3 record after losing 28-6 to the Lafayette Central Catholic in the second round of their sectional tournament Saturday night at Michigantown.

Clinton Central High School planned its Senior Night for football players and cheerleaders for Oct. 2 when the Bulldogs were scheduled to take on the Carroll Cougars. However, like many games across the state this season, that game was cancelled due to positive tests for COVID-19.

The Clinton Central Bulldogs traveled to Tri-Central on Friday and found themselves in a close contest until early in the fourth quarter when a 64-yard run by Daiden Taulbee put them on the board for the first time in the evening.

The Clinton Central Bulldogs traveled to Tri-Central on Friday and found themselves in a close contest until early in the fourth quarter when a 64-yard run by Daiden Taulbee put them on the board for the first time in the evening.

Traveling to Delphi to take on the Oracles, the Clinton Central Bulldogs looked to snap what was a three game winning streak by the home team. The winning would continue for Delphi as they would take it Clinton Central, putting 30 on the board in the opening quarter and handing the Bulldogs …

Clinton Central hosted the Taylor Titans on Friday for Homecoming. In what was just their third contest of the season with the last two out of three games being scrapped due to COVID-19, the Bulldogs manhandled Taylor, 62-6.

Back on the field after missing the last two weeks, the Clinton Central football team put together a 44-38 win over the Frontier Falcons on Saturday at Michigantown.

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Through the uncertainty of the novel coronavirus pandemic, high school football made its return in Clinton County on August 21. In a clash of county rivals, the Clinton Central Bulldogs earned a 20-16 win over the Hot Dogs on Friday night in Frankfort.

Bulldogs set school records at Elwood

The Clinton Central girls golf team won a closely contested Clinton County Tournament, edging out Rossville for the county title on Saturday at Frankfort Commons Golf Course.

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Four members of the 2020 All-County First Team were seniors who graduated just last month, long after the novel coronavirus pandemic halted the boys’ basketball playoffs in March just as the Rossville Hornets were preparing for a regional game. And the fifth member of the All-County First Te…

The postponement of the IHSAA boys basketball tournament last Friday affected one county school in Rossville, but all four are in limbo regarding the start of spring sports with schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Clinton Central Junior High beat visiting Frankfort Middle School in swimming on Thursday in likely the last school athletic event before the announcement of school closings and sporting event postponements due to COVID-19.

Clinton Central held its winter sports banquet on Monday evening recognizing letter and award winners with boys basketball coach Whit Keadle finishing off the ceremony by urging underclassmen to remain diligent after noting some of the strides each program made this season.

Clinton Central’s Payton Moore hit a game winner in overtime on Friday against host Attica to get his team into a Class A boys basketball sectional championship, but the Bulldogs didn’t have enough firepower to overcome state-ranked Covington in the title game.

Rossville will play sectional host Western Boone for a Class 2A boys basketball championship at 7:30 p.m. tonight after the Hornets topped Seeger, 55-39, in a semifinal on Friday night.

All four Clinton County schools still have their boys basketball state tournament hopes alive with games tonight after Frankfort and Rossville started things off strong with wins over Greencastle and Carroll on Tuesday.

Clinton Central beat visiting Carroll in both girls and boys junior high swimming on Monday with the girls prevailing 68-15 and the boys, 38-23. The teams competed in mixed events with both boys and girls swimming.

Frankfort pulled out a 74-67 overtime win in boys basketball at Delphi Friday to end their regular season with a 6-16 record.

With the boys basketball regular season finished last night, county teams can now turn their attention to sectional play with Frankfort and Rossville starting off things on Tuesday in their respective sectionals and Clinton Central and Clinton Prairie awaiting until Friday to see action afte…

Clinton Central had trouble gaining first-half separation from a winless Elwood squad in boys basketball on Tuesday, but quickly changed that in the third quarter on their way to a 50-30 home win.