Much needed rest for the Dragons

The Clinton Dragons football program had a much deserved week of rest following the Oak Ridge rivalry game.

The Dragons improved to 3-1 (0-1) after the Cherokee Chiefs were struck by the COVID bug and unable to make the trip. The Dragons did try to find an opponent for replace them with but were unable to. Next up for Clinton is a road game Friday at Powell with kickoff set for 7 p.m.

The softball team is looking good this summer with many of the high school athletes assisting with the middle school program. The middle school picked up two huge wins versus Oak Ridge and Jefferson County for both junior varsity and varsity. On Sept. 4, they also welcomed back Lauren Murphy to the staff after coaching at Karns and Catholic.

The Lady Dragons Soccer team took to the turf and picked up a huge 2-0 win over Oliver Springs. This was the first home game of the season at Dragon Stadium on the newly installed turf. Their new record is 4-2 and they face Scott High and Halls High School this week. The Volleyball is now 8-9 and third in the district taking on Anderson County, Powell and West High this week.