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Clinton Students Excel at Special Olympics

Gabby Helton, Writer

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Athletes from Clinton High School participated in the Special Olympics last week. The athletes competed in the ten meter dribble, target pass, and spot shot. In the girls 3-C Division, Cynthia Forrester received 5th place, Tara Slayton earned 5th place, Leandra Pledger got 4th place, and Sammy McJunkins and Mary Martin received 1st place. In the boys 2-F Division, Brandon Bradley earned 2nd place. In the boys 3-C Division, Christian Monroe got 4th place and Ryan Westfall received 1st place. In the boys 3-D Division, Elias Funston earned 5th place. Congratulations to all of these hard working students of CHS!

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