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Clinton wins River City Classic title
Clinton trailed Davenport North by two points with 10 seconds left in the championship game of the River City Classic on Saturday afternoon, but sophomore Brady Ernst came to the River Kings’ rescue.
Clinton has three champions, finishes second
Clinton had three champions Saturday and finished second as a team at the Dubuque Invitational wrestling tournament.
River Kings roll at home
Clinton improved to 2-0 with a 9-1 win against Dubuque Senior on Friday in its home opener of the high school baseball season.
Clean play key for Camanche
Camanche limited its mistakes and took advantage for a 4-2 win against Clinton on Friday, giving coach Erin Schlotfeldt a win in her debut as coach.
Day's wait pays off for Clinton track teams
Clinton High's boys and girls both had successful nights Friday at their state-qualifying track and field meets in Dubuque.
Camanche boys, Northeast girls win track titles
Camanche and Northeast both enjoyed good days on the track in boys and girls competition at state-qualifying meets, with the Camanche boys winning the title and Northeast's girls tying for top honors.
Irish's Evers advances to district golf meet
Connor Evers of Prince of Peace placed third Friday at the Iowa Class 1A Calamus Sectional golf tournament, giving him a spot in the district meet with hopes of qualifying for state.
Erie's Johnston is Herald's Player of the Year
Erie's Jacob Johnston heads the Clinton Herald's All-Area Boys Basketball First Team and is the Player of the Year.
Lawrence named Coach of Year
Clinton High's Nick Lawrence is the Herald's Coach of the Year in boys basketball.
Northeast girls claim track title
Northeast finished first and Camanche was third in girls competition Saturday at the Tri-State Small School Invitational indoor track and field meet at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.
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