Skip to content
football

Flag football leagues open for registration

Special to The Clinton Courier Flag football season is about to begin for community children who would like to participate in the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department’s football leagues. Ages five through twelve can participate in the NFL Flag league. Flag football season will run from September 13 through the end of October. The Youth…

Lady Choctaws Edged in Season Opener

By Datti Jinkiri The Mississippi College Lady Choctaws fell to Arkansas-Monticello 3-2 in their season-opening volleyball match last night. The visiting Lady Choctaws led through three sets before succumbing to the Cotton Blossoms. With the match tied at ten in the first set, Mississippi College closed on a 15-8 spurt to take an early lead.…

clinton arrows

Clinton Arrows defense looks to be good

By Danny C. Davis Clinton only has two full time starters back from last year’s team that held opponents to an average of only 14 points a game. But Arrow defense coordinator Hammer Morgan, has reason for optimism headed into the 2021 campaign. “We graduated a lot of starters but have a lot of guys…

football

CCA Warriors football looks to rebound this season

By Danny C. Davis The Clinton Christian Academy Warriors are hoping to rebound in 2021 after a tough season in the strange COVID-19 year of 2020. CCA opens the season on the road at Hillcrest on August 13 and plays at Central Holmes on August 20 before returning to Northside Drive for the home opener…

Sanderson Farms Championship

BankPlus returns as Sanderson Farms Championship Fan Pavilion and Junior Pro-Am Sponsor

The Sanderson Farms Championship announced today that BankPlus is once again sponsoring the BankPlus Fan Pavilion and the BankPlus Junior Pro-Am. The 2021 Sanderson Farms Championship is scheduled for September 27 – October 3 at The Country Club of Jackson. The BankPlus Fan Pavilion is a shared hospitality venue on the 12th green with a…

Lady Choctaws Split Opening Weekend in Georgia

By Datti Jinkiri The Mississippi College Lady Choctaws traveled to Columbus, Georgia this weekend with a target on their back. Being the second-ranked women’s soccer team in the country is no easy feat, as each opponent is bound to give the team its greatest effort. The Lady Choctaws finished the CSU Collegiate Invitational with a…

Bryant Helps Davidson to Fast Start on the Soccer Field

By Datti Jinkiri Clinton native Luke Bryant had been waiting for the opportunity to get back on the soccer field for Davidson College. The 2020 Clinton High School graduate anticipated having his freshman season at the North Carolina-based college in the Fall of 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic had other plans for Bryant and his…

Football

Arrows hoping to make another championship run this season

By Danny C. Davis A year ago, the Clinton Arrows celebrated 100 years of playing football with a most unusual playoff run. Clinton had not made the playoffs since the Cam Akers Class 6A Championship season in 2016. But, in the end, the Arrows in the COVID-19 2020 season ended the season just one play…

Football

Arrows offense looks to be productive again

By Danny C. Davis The Clinton Arrows offense averaged almost 30 points a game a year ago and scored 35 points on Starkville and 27 on Oxford, two of the best defenses in Class 6A a year ago. Arrow offensive coordinator Lee Martin feels Clinton can again score a lot of points every game this…

Lady Choctaws Picked to Finish Second in GSC

By Datti Jinkiri The Mississippi College women’s cross country team was picked by the GSC coaches to finish second in the conference this season. The Lady Choctaws earned two of the 13 first-place votes and accumulated 133 points in the poll. The Lady Choctaws will have some veteran leadership, as graduate students Madeline Campbell and…