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Wolves hustle for the win

Sophomore Nick Owens gave his teammates a boost in the final quarter of the game against Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep scoring nine points on his 3-point shots. Three more points from the Wolves during the quarter concluded the season opener with a win for Clarkston, 60-49....more >>
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Cager Champions

The PlayAllBasketball.Net Pride team recently finished their fall season winning the season and the playoff championship. The team, made of high school boys basketball players, defeated a strong Troy Athens squad 75-56 to win the championship - their third championship season in a row for the club....more >>

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Add two wins records on the court and ice

Two pack of Wolves added more to their win columns last week. The Lady Cagers remained undefeated after their battles against Chippewa Valley and Rochester Adams. They opened the week against Chippewa Valley with a 54-35 win....more >>
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Born May 27th
1911: Vincent Price, actor and horror film icon.
1912: John Cheever, writer (The Wapshot Chronicles).
1915: Herman Wouk, author (Winds of War, The Caine Mutiny).
1923: Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State under President Nixon.
1925: Tony Hillerman, mystery novelist (The Blessing Way, Sacred Clowns).
May 27th
in history
1944: American General MacArthur lands on Biak Island in New Guinea.
1960: A military coup overthrows the democratic government of Turkey.
1969: Construction begins on Walt Disney World in Florida.
1972: President Richard M. Nixon and Soviet Communist Party chief Leonid Brezhnev sign an arms reduction agreement.
1999: The international war crimes tribunal indicts Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic for war atrocities.