651 District 56 students in grades 4K - 5th are guests of Clinton High Football Sept. 23 on the pre-kickoff field and walk around the field at halftime in recognition of a math skills program. Now at 6-0, the Red Devils are in a good place as they start region play.
The Devils of Doom defense had its biggest play of the season Friday night – a goal line stand at its own 2-yard line that turned back a South Aiken comeback attempt and preserved a 54-28 non-region win.
Clinton improves to 6-0 on the season.
The Red Devils weren’t really in trouble at the start of the second half – leading 48-21. But, South Aiken had scored with 15 second left before halftime, took that momentum into the locker room, and now since they deferred after winning the coin toss got the ball and the Thoroughbreds ran the second half kickoff to the Clinton 2, before Bryson James hustled back to run Jevon Edwards out of bounds - if they had scored and closed the gap to 20 points with a whole half of football left to play, who knows what could have happened – especially since South Aiken had their electric quarterback Terrence Smith still under center.
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