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Stallions cruise past Red Devils on Senior Night

The added emotion of Senior Night wasn't enough to help Clinton pull an upset over conference-champion South Pointe Friday night.

Clinton High trio signs with Erskine, PC

Davis Cunningham, Chandler Todd and Cassie Nichols (L-R) are recognized Tuesday night at Clinton High's basketball games. Cunningham and Todd have signed to play baseball at Erskine, while Nichols signed to continue her softball playing career at Presbyterian. 

Lacrosse gets a short-term reprieve at CHS

School District 56 Superintendent Dr. David O’Shields told a group of parents and athletes that girls’ lacrosse will still be played at Clinton High School through at least 2017.

PC inks 24 on National Signing Day

Head Coach Harold Nichols and the Presbyterian College football team inked 24 players on National Signing Day, Wednesday, Feb. 3.

CHS student-athletes sign with area colleges

Just 4% of high school student-athletes have the chance to go to college careers, the Clinton High head football coach pointed out Wednesday. Andrew Webb’s 2015 Red Devil football team produced two players that join that percentage.

Blue Hose edged by Chanticleers, 69-66

CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College men’s basketball team, behind a career-high 15 points from Janeil Jenkins, got to within three of the Chanticleers with under a minute to play, but a game-tying three-pointer fell just short, as Coastal Carolina took the 69-66 win in Big South action Wednesday evening at Templeton Center in Clinton, S.C.

Clinton City Council donates property for new Habitat for Humanity site

City of Clinton-owned property is going to be a Habitat for Humanity site.

Jostens recognizes Howard as District 56 Teacher of the Year

Clinton High School English teacher Jennifer Howard left Tuesday night's home basketball game with a little bling.

Bruins put a damper on Red Devils playoff hopes

Only four players scored for Lancaster in the Bruins' 56-47 win over host Clinton Tuesday night.

Piano Clinic returns to Presbyterian College

The 2016 Presbyterian College Piano Clinic for students and teachers will be held Feb. 19-20 in Edmunds Hall on campus. The clinic is open to students in grades 7-12 with a minimum of four years piano study and repertoire on an intermediate-advanced level.

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