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Revised Baseball Tournament Schedules

The JV and C-team baseball teams will be traveling to Easley to complete the Greenwave Tournament that started on Monday. Revised JV Schedule Fri., March 2  7:15  Clinton vs. St. Joseph’s on Field 3 Sat., March 3  12:15  Woodmont vs. Clinton  on Field 3 Revised C-Team Schedule Fri., March 2  7:15  Easley vs. Clinton on

Tennis Competes at Palmetto Tennis Classic

Coach Clovis Simmons took the boys’ varsity tennis team to Cayce last weekend to compete in the Palmetto Tennis Classic held annually at the Cayce Tennis Center.  The Red Devils completed the weekend 3-1, defeating Dutch Fork (5-1), Irmo (5-1), and Lexington (5-1).  Their sole loss was to Chapin (2-4).  Clinton hosts Emerald for a

Harp to Cheer for the Saints

Senior Red Devil cheerleader Sharice Harp inked a letter of intent to cheer for the Limestone College Saints beginning next season.  Sharice sought out the opportunity, contacting the cheer coach and attending a prospect day.  After receiving the coach’s feedback, Sharice also received a scholarship offer.  In addition to her athletic scholarship, Sharice also earned

Softball Tournament Information

3rd  Annual Lady Red Devil Invitational March 2-3, 2018 Teams: Pool A: Clinton, Spartanburg, Whitmire, Saluda Pool B: Eastside, Powdersville, Laurens, Gray Collegiate Academy (GCA)   Friday Mar. 2:                                          Time         Field Spartanburg vs Whitmire                             5:30            2 Clinton vs Saluda                                   7:30            2 Laurens vs Eastside                                      5:30             1 GCA vs Powdersville                                 

Wise Commits to Newberry

Senior football player Mark Wise has committed to play football at Newberry College beginning next season.  Wise, a two-time All -Conference and All-County selection, rushed for over 1300 yards and 13 TDs in 2017.  Head Coach Andrew Webb praised Wise’s willing attitude, no matter what position he was asked to play.  Congratulations, Mark, and remember: