It was a tough week of sports for some, and for others, the dream is still alive. The Mustang football team is heading to the championship game that will be played at the Grizzly Field in Nicholas County on Saturday, November 1st at 1:00. The boys defeated Spencer this past Thursday evening on their own turf by a score of 48-14. This gives the Mustangs a real chance at bringing back the championship trophy, but there is one last hurdle – the Summersville Middle School Bears. If you get the chance, come out and support the home team in bringing the trophy back to Clay Middle. Good Luck Mustangs! The Lady Mustangs volleyball team finished their regular season with a 6-6 record. They were defeated in the championship playoffs by the girls from Geary.
The Panther football team hosted Ravenswood Friday night and was defeated by the score of 64-32. It was a tough game, and the Panthers fought a good fight against a very tough team. They have just two games remaining in the regular season to play. Calhoun will be in town this Friday night with a game time of 7:30 pm, and they will then be on the road against Webster County the following Friday to finish out the season. Playoffs are up in the air right now, and the Panthers’ hopes will rely on a number of things to happen. Stay tuned in the next couple of weeks to find out. The Lady Panther volleyball team travelled to the Night of Champions tournament where the best of the best hit the courts. After a grueling tournament, the Lady Panthers took third place by defeating the Calhoun Lady Red Devils. Congratulations to the Lady Panthers. It will be senior night at CCHS this Thursday for the Lady Panthers as they host St. Albans and Nicholas County. Also, mark your calendars for November the 4th and 5th; they will travel to Nicholas County to play in the LKC sectionals. It is the first step to the state finals. Good luck Lady Panthers.