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Looking strong after break

Cagers made an impact coming back from their holiday break ready for action taking down two teams last week. The boys opened their OAA Red match up against North Farmington last Thursday with three field goals, courtesy of seniors Mitch Baenziger and Nick Tatu....more >>
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Athlete of The Week

Ruling the court

Junior Erin Davenport has a plan every time she steps onto the court - play her hardest every minute and do what is best for the team. "She has really stepped up as a leader," said Tim Wasilk, head coach for the Clarkston Girls Varsity Basketball team....more >>

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Ladies back on the court

Lady Cagers were down four points and had 40 seconds to make a difference in their game at Avondale last Thursday. Christina Jokisch scored a three-point shot to close the gap. They were able to get the ball back into their possession and Delaney Kenny scored on both her two free throw opportunities....more >>

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No snow? No problem for skiers

The sunshine and 50 degrees forecasted last week did not slow deter the Clarkston Ski teams from beginning their season. They opened with their first wins - the boys team went 2-0 for the week....more >>

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Victory on ice

Defenseman Adam Larkin led Icers on Saturday as they defeated Rochester United, 8-0. Larkin scored a hat trick to give the Wolves a boost. "It is always good when a defenseman scores a hat trick," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Hockey Head Coach Bryan Krygier....more >>
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Born April 25th
1873: Walther de la Mare, poet and novelist (Memoir of a Midget, Come Hither).
1874: Guglielmo Marconi, Italian physicist, inventor of the radio.
1892: Maud Hart Lovelace, children's author.
1908: Edward R. Murrow, war correspondent and newscaster.
1912: Gladys L. Presley, mother of Elvis Presley.
April 25th
in history
1707: At the Battle of Almansa, Franco-Spanish forces defeat the Anglo-Portugese forces.
1719: Daniel Defoe's novel Robinson Crusoe is published in London.
1792: The guillotine is first used to execute highwayman Nicolas J. Pelletier.
1859: Work begins on the Suez Canal in Egypt.
1862: Admiral Farragut occupies New Orleans, Louisiana.