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Dragons next on menu

It is down to Week 9 for Clarkston's gridiron gang as they host rivals Lake Orion this Friday and one win away from a playoff spot. "Win or go home," stated Tony Miller, defensive coordinator for the Clarkston Wolves Boys Varsity Football team....more >>
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Athlete of The Week

Goss leads the pack

Joey Goss caught Oxford's kickoff and booked it running past incoming defense players and edging into the empty field. The senior running back finished in the end zone after his 90-yard run, scoring Clarkston's final touchdown and his second for the game in their loss last Friday, 42-35....more >>

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Wolves open with shut out

Kickers put away their first win of the MHSAA District playoffs on Monday night, defeating Flint Carman Ainsworth, 8-0. "Our boys played really well," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer Coach Chuck Lawhorn....more >>

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Lightfoot digs Lady Wolves to wins

Spikers head into their last matches this week as they prepare for playoffs beginning Oct. 31. Part of the preparation started last Saturday as the Clarkston Girls Varsity Volleyball team went 5-1 at the Beasts of the East tournament in Warren....more >>

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Smith leads pack to second place

The Lady Wolves finished in second place at the Father Gabriel Richard Cross Country Invitational on Saturday. Senior Natalie Smith led the team with a second place finish, 19:22. Kaitlin Catania finished in sixth; Kylie Knavish, 15th; Sage Beauregard, 15th; Erin Billette, 23rd; Lynsie Gram, 24th; and Molly Jeffers, 54th....more >>
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Born July 31st
1912: Milton Friedman, Nobel Prize-winning economist.
1919: Primo Levi, Italian writer and scientist (Survival in Auschwitz).
1921: Whitney Young, Jr., civil rights leader and executive director of the National Urban League.
1928: Horace Silver, jazz pianist, composer and bandleader.
1951: Evonne Goolagong, Australian tennis player.
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in history
1703: English novelist Daniel Defoe is made to stand in the pillory as punishment for offending the government and church with his satire The Shortest Way With Dissenters.
1760: Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick, drives the French army back to the Rhine River.
1790: The U.S. Patent Office opens.
1875: Former president Andrew Johnson dies at the age of 66.
1882: Belle and Sam Starr are charged with horse stealing in the Indian territory.