The Chargers were without starting receiver Garrett McLaughlin and starting running back Tank Love.
McLaughlin had his appendix removed on Thursday, and Love was out after suffering a concussion during a Week 1 win over Casady.
“For being sort of patched together, I thought we did a pretty good job most of the night,” said Chargers coach Andy Bogert. “We were without McLaughlin and Tank, plus four offensive linemen. They just wore us down and we took a licking.”
After a 31-13 loss at Lawton MacArthur in Week 1, Clinton (1-1) fell from No. 1 to No. 3 in Class 4A this week.
“What we saw offensively tonight wasn't much different than what we saw last week,” Lee said. “Both those teams can go up-tempo and move the ball. The difference tonight was Heritage Hall had everyone going both ways like we do, whereas Mac only had a couple of players doing that.”