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Indians Take Highland Consolation

 The Clark Indians faced one of the top teams in northeast Missouri in the opening round of the Highland Tournament on Monday afternoon, January 1, as they opened against Canton.  The Tiger defense nearly shut down the Indians in the first quarter, allowing only six points, all by Harrison Parker. Canton’s potent offense put in…

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Lady Indians Take Third at Tri Rivers Classic

 On Saturday, the Clark County Lady Indians brought home a third-place trophy from the Tri Rivers Classic tournament at Schuyler County. The Lady Indians face Schuyler County, Milan and Putnam County.  On Tuesday evening, the Lady Indians faced host Schuyler County. Clark County was hot out of the gate, with five players combining for 15…

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 Lady Indians Take Charge Early

The Clark County Lady Indians came out swinging in their season opener against Scotland County on Tuesday evening. Clark County put the first seven points on the scoreboard and controlled game from start to finish.  Erin Bash had the hot hand early, pouring in eight pointsin the first quarter as the Lady Indians built a…

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Indians Edge Tigers In Opener

 Grayden Kleine and Harrison Parker combined for 39 points in Clark County’s come-from-behind win over Scotland County in Tuesday’s season opener.  The Indians got the first quarter edge, powered by eight points from Kleine to lead 12-11.  The Tigers outscored Clark County in the second quarter to lead 24-21 at the half.  Scotland extended their…

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Hamner Signs With Mizzou

 HEADING TO MIZZOU-On Tuesday, November 21, Kaden Hamner signed his letter of intent to attend the Univerity of Missouri and join the track team. Hamner, shown with his parents Carrie and Troy, and sister Elly, has been an outstanding member of the Indian track team time. He intends to study Biological Sciences/Pre- Med at Mizzou. 

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 Three Cross Country Runners Advance To State Meet 

 Three Clark County Cross Country runners punched their ticket to the Class 2 State Cross Country meeting, to be held next Saturday, November 4, at Gans Creek Course in Columbia.  The Indian runners competed in the Class 2 District 3 meet at South Callaway on Saturday, October 28. The top 30 individual runners advance to…

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 Indians Top Palmyra 

The Clark County Indians survived disasters on their first three possessions in the opening round district game against Palmyra.  After forcing a Panther punt on the opening series, the first Clark County snap was low and recovered at seven yard line by Callan Wheeler, giving the Indians 25 yards to gain for a first down.…

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Indians Overcome Turnovers To Down Cougars

The Clark County Indians visited a feisty Highland Cougar team on Friday, September 1.Clark County won the opening coin toss, but deferred possession until the second half.   In their opening sequence, the Cougars struggled for yards, and punted the ball away.   Clark County picked up a first down and seemed to be moving…

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Indians Blow Out Macon In CCC Opener

 The Clark County Indians turned in an impressive performance in Friday’s Clarence Cannon Conference opener. The Indians dominated the Macon Tigers from the first play of the game.  Collin Hunziker kicked a line-drive onside kickoff that bounced off a Tiger player and was recovered by Brennan Fuller, giving the Indians possession at their own 47…

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