Courtesy of Clinton High School Senior Night for the Lady Maroons was a memorable one as they celebrated four-year players Sarah Mills, Heidi Humble, and MaKayla Koeppel. Clinton …
CLINTON — Except for the fact Central A&M scored first in its game against the varsity Maroons on Feb. 9, the Raiders ultimately found it too much going against the Maroon’s defense.
Courtesy of Clinton Otters / Rob DeLeon, Clinton YMCA On Saturday January 27, the Clinton Otters competed in Danville at the 2024 Super Splash. The Otters finished 1st overall in team points in …
CLINTON — It all began on a chilly winter’s evening when the Tri-Valley Vikings sailed into town under cover of a weather inversion fog and took the home town Maroons by surprise.
CLINTON — Just two days after the Tragic Triangular Meet, the Maroons grapplers hosted another triangular amist the frigid weather
CLINTON — It was estimated to be a tight rematch of the only game the Maroons have lost so far this season. The Warriors of Tuscola invaded the confines of Clinton High School’s main gym to do battle on “Gene Vance Court” against the hometown Maroons.
CLINTON — The week of January 8, the Clinton Lady Maroons hit the hometown hardwood a couple of times. Their first outing was against the LeRoy Lady Panthers, who arrived with a 13-6 record.
CLINTON — It’s the end of the second week in January and winter has finally arrived with arctic temperatures, high winds and blowing snow. Clinton hosted a Central Illinois Conference basketball game featuring the Shelbyville Rams (14-4) versus the Clinton Maroons (17-1).
HEYWORTH — The Hornets boys team hosted the Maroons the Maroons during the News Year’s break This would prove to be a full-game, all-out battle.
CLINTON — In the next to last home game of the year, the Maroons faced the Eureka Hornets. The junior varsities (JV) began the evening with the Hornets taking a 13-9 lead by the end of the first quarter. The Maroons toughed out the second quarter to come within two points at halftime 22-20.
CLINTON — The Clinton Junior High School boys basketball season has begun. The junior Maroons were found on their home court trading plays with the Central A&M (CAM) Raiders.
CLINTON — The Clinton Otters hosted their Annual Reindeer Classic, hosting six other teams at the Clinton Community YMCA. The Otters as a team finished 1st overall with a team score of 3,741pts.
CLINTON — No one seems to know when the Maroons last won a homecoming game or when they last beat the Tuscola Warriors in football. But, now, they’ll be able to remember for a while.