Lady Arrows Welcome Fairley as New Girls Basketball Coach

Clinton High School’s Lady Arrows Basketball team will have new leadership at the helm as they work towards the 2019-2020 basketball season. Coach Pearlene Fairley was named as the Lady Arrows’ new head coach after April’s school board meeting on April 9. Coach Fairley comes to Clinton after eight years as head coach at Pelahatchie … More Lady Arrows Welcome Fairley as New Girls Basketball Coach

Matthieu Welch Signs with Belhaven University

Another Clinton Arrow is heading to Belhaven to help strengthen the defensive unit. On Friday, March 29, 2019, Matthieu Welch signed a letter of intent to play football for the Belhaven University Blazers Welch is a two-time 2018 Player of the Game and participates in FCA. Matthieu Welch is the son of Christine Welch and … More Matthieu Welch Signs with Belhaven University

Timothy Morrow Signs with Henderson State University Swimming

The tradition of Clinton Arrow Swimmers continuing their career beyond high school competitions continues as senior Timothy Morrow has signed a letter of intent with Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Morrow finished as a finalist in the MHSAA 100-yard-butterfly stroke three years in a row as a member of the Clinton Arrow Swim Team. … More Timothy Morrow Signs with Henderson State University Swimming

Nathan Thomas Signs with Miss. College Soccer

Senior Nathan Thomas played a key role as midfielder for the Coach Tyler Wade’s Arrows, and he has the chance to play such a role at the collegiate level. On Friday, March 8, Nathan Thomas signed a letter of intent to play soccer for Mississippi College. Named to the Mississippi Association of Coaches 2019 All-State … More Nathan Thomas Signs with Miss. College Soccer

Guard Xyshan Jenkins Signs with Southwest Mississippi Community College

Quality leadership is invaluable in a high school point guard, and when a college program recruits players, leadership plays a key role. On Wednesday, Feb. 27, Xyshan Jenkins signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Southwest Mississippi Community College. Jenkins averaged 10.1 points per game and racked up 132 rebounds his senior year.