After their decisive win over West Lafayette earlier in the week, Clinton Prairie faced off against Delphi on Senior Night as they looked for their best start in three years. A combination of full-court pressure and stifling defense in the half-court gave them just that as they prevailed aga…

The Clinton Prairie Gophers may have begun their season with a six-game losing streak, but what they’ve done since that point moving forward – winning three out of their final four football games – has shown that the losses early on were for the better.

Clinton Prairie volleyball’s 2020 season was filled with a plethora of trials and tribulations. A delayed start to their season due to COVID restrictions. A new head coach in Lindsay Charles along with players quarantined at different points of the season.

Clinton Prairie volleyball’s 2020 season was filled with a plethora of trials and tribulations. A delayed start to their season due to COVID restrictions. A new head coach in Lindsay Charles along with players quarantined at different points of the season.

The Clinton Prairie football team put together 423 yards rushing and six touchdowns as a team on its way to a 60-6 win over the Taylor Titans Friday night at Jefferson. It was the first win of the season for the Gophers.

Looking for its first win of the season, the Clinton Prairie football team traveled to Delphi on Friday night to take on an Oracles squad that sat at 3-2 while averaging 34 points a game on offense. The Gophers ultimately fell prey to Delphi’s lethal offense, losing 49-14.

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.

After dropping their first two games of the season, Clinton Prairie looked to get in the win column on Saturday when they hosted the Traders Point Knights. What transpired was a contest in which Clinton Prairie played from behind all game before rallying in the third, ultimately falling prey…

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…

Clinton Prairie grad Kale Morris finished up his collegiate basketball career at Franklin College late last month helping the Grizzlies earn a share of the regular-season Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference championship in the process.

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 Prairie struggled offensively in the second half and was plagued by foul trouble throughout in a 48-37 loss to Class 2A sectional host Western Boone in their semifinal matchup on Friday.

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 Prairie used a big second half to cruise to a 59-43 win over visiting Western Boone in boys basketball on Friday in a contest that could be replicated this Friday in sectional play.

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…

The Clinton Prairie esports team ran a make-shift operation last semester in the test Season Zero for the Indiana High School Esports Network, but thanks to a grant award from the Subaru of Indiana Automotive Foundation and donations locally they have everything they need as the league went …

The Clinton Prairie esports team ran a make-shift operation last semester in the test Season Zero for the Indiana High School Esports Network, but thanks to a grant award from the Subaru of Indiana Automotive Foundation and donations locally they have everything they need as the league went …

Clinton Prairie won easily (59-25) at Fountain Central in boys basketball on Tuesday to improve their record to 17-4 on the season.

Clinton Prairie players and coaches stand with the Hoosier Heartland Conference championship trophy after beating host Tri-Central, 55-33, on Friday night. The win completed an 8-0 conference slate for the Gophers.

Clinton Prairie topped host Tri-Central, 55-33, on Friday to claim the Hoosier Heartland Conference boys basketball title outright with an undefeated conference season.

Frankfort lost to host North Montgomery, 70-59, in Sagamore Conference boys basketball on Friday and to visiting Hamilton Heights, 71-58, on Saturday.

Frankfort sophomore wrestler Elijah Anthony will return Friday to Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis for his second consecutive state finals, taking runner-up at Saturday’s New Castle semistate losing only to the No. 1-ranked 113 lbs. wrestler in the state in the final.

Clinton County athletes playing winter sports collegiately are going into the homestretch of their seasons in the coming weeks. Here’s brief overviews of this year’s campaigns for those the Times know about.

Clinton Prairie edged visiting North White, 57-52, in boys basketball on Tuesday just three days after an intense road win in double overtime over county and conference rival Rossville.

Three county wrestlers advanced out of last Saturday’s North Montgomery regional to move on to this Saturday’s New Castle semistate with all hoping to win two matches there to reach the state finals the following week at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Clinton Prairie and host Rossville put on quite a matinee in boys basketball Saturday with the Gophers escaping with a 53-49 win in double overtime that gives them at least a share of the Hoosier Heartland Conference championship.

Clinton Prairie’s Cam Cornell recently signed her letter of intent to play softball next year at Taylor University, saying their coach was a deciding factor in her choice.

Clinton Prairie struggled offensively and could not dig out from an early hole in a 47-35 loss to Lafayette Central Catholic in a battle of state-ranked teams at the Sheridan Class 2A girls basketball sectional on Tuesday, with Gopher head coach Amie Anthrop frustrated afterward and wishing …

Clinton Prairie topped visiting Clinton Central for a 72-42 Hoosier Heartland Conference win in boys basketball on Friday breaking open the game in the second quarter as turnovers mounted up on the Bulldogs.

Clinton County had no wrestlers claim individual championships at Saturday’s Frankfort sectional and struggled in the team standings as well, but eight wrestlers moved on to compete at next Saturday’s North Montgomery regional.

Clinton Prairie wrapped up its second consecutive unbeaten Hoosier Heartland Conference championship in girls basketball on Friday beating visiting county rival Clinton Central, 50-39, on senior night ahead of a sectional showdown with Lafayette Central Catholic tonight.

Clinton Prairie battled back several times before losing 66-63 to host Tipton in girls basketball on Thursday with their coach believing the defeat could prove valuable with sectionals starting next Tuesday.

First-year Clinton Prairie head coach Chad Peckinpaugh appreciated his return to McCutcheon High School where his Indiana All-Star jersey number from 1995 adorns the gymnasium wall and he assisted his coaching father Rick for several years, but the result in a 62-32 loss to his old school di…

Eastern continued its dominance in the Hoosier Heartland Conference meet at Clinton Central on Saturday – although in closer fashion than recent years – but Clinton County had four individual wrestlers claim conference championships in the final push before Saturday’s sectional at Frankfort.

Clinton Central swept both the girls and boys titles at the Hoosier Heartland Conference swimming meet they hosted on Saturday with the Bulldog boys winning the title for the fifth consecutive time (no meet in 2015) and the girls for the second time in a row.

Clinton Prairie and Frankfort have displayed that they are in different stages with their girls basketball programs during the season and that played out when the two matched up on Tuesday in a 64-10 win for the visiting Gophers.