MHSAA Coronavirus Update
All MHSAA Spring Sports are cancelled for 2020.
Clinton Wrestling wins their first state title in school history!
Girls Bowling took home the Regional Championship and will compete at States in Lansing next weekend.
Logan Badge goes Back-to-Back!
Badge wins his second straight State Championship. Eight additional Clinton Wrestlers place.
1:59 AM - 06 Jun 20
3:29 PM - 05 Jun 20
Please see the attached correspondence from Clinton Community Schools Superintendent https://t.co/n0uHCDMyVu
10:11 PM - 04 Jun 20
First day back in the school since March 13th 😐 But, it was nice to come in to this picture frame the team made me. https://t.co/na4ZuKs1DJ
2:06 PM - 04 Jun 20
Huge congratulations to Garrett Ramos on signing with UM Dearborn to play golf! pic.twitter.com/HmBXbGAWE5
9:02 PM - 03 Jun 20
Clinton will have more information to share tomorrow! twitter.com/MHSAA/status/1…
9:58 PM - 02 Jun 20
We will await word from the MHSAA for more clarity regarding summer activity. Today is a good day! twitter.com/statechampsmic…
8:26 PM - 01 Jun 20
Lenawee County's Student-Athlete of the Year: Clinton's Samantha Renaldi! Story: lenconnect.com/news/20200601/…
7:51 PM - 01 Jun 20
OTD in 2015 we had a state champion 4x100, runner-up 4x200, state champion 200m, throwers doing work, and hurdlers… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
2:41 PM - 30 May 20
Despite a valiant effort from the JV boys basketball team on Thursday night at Onsted, they would come up just short and fall to the Wildcats in their final regular season game of the season. Onsted's 49-44 win means the Clinton JV basketball will finish the season at 9-11 overall, with a 6-6 record in the TCC. After beating Manchester in their season opener, the JV team had trouble finding their stride, dropping six in a row, before getting things turned around to finish the season by winning 8 of their final 14 games. Although they didn't reach the 10 win mark, this team has plenty to be proud of. On Thursday, it was evident that this was going to be an exciting game. You could see both teams were evenly matched, and playing hard. When the first quarter horned sounded, both teams were tied at 13. Onsted began to build a lead that they would play with for the remainder of the game, but Clinton would never be out of it. A six point halftime lead for Onsted was only three points heading to the fourth quarter as you could see Clinton was not going to go down without a fight. Not only were the fans treated to an exciting 4th quarter finish by both teams, but they were also treated an experience that no one in the gym will forget. An Onsted manager, Zach Johnston, was able to get in the game and score a basket. ...