February 27, 2013 - The Wolves finished the OAA White Division league meet in second place, Feb. 22.
Swimmers celebrate finishing second place in the OAA White Division league meet last week. Photo submitted (click for larger version)
The Clarkston Boys Swim team scored 499.5 points and West Bloomfield took first place with 527 points. They both finished the season as co-champions since Clarkston finished undefeated in their OAA White league dual meets.
Seniors Eric Misteravich and Landon Holloway, sophomore Dalton Pokley, and freshman James Nelson opened the meet with a new league record time of 1:39.45 in the 200-yard medley relay.
Pokley went on to win the league championships in the 50-yard freestyle, in the time of 22.04, and the 100-yard butterfly, in 53.37.
Holloway won the league championship in the 100-yard backstroke in 56.10.
Junior Joe Zendejas topped the league diving competion with a final score of 374.65 points in the diving portion.
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Clarkston Varsity Hockey finished the regular season in fourth place at the OAA Red Playoff Tournament on Saturday.
They lost to Farmington Hills, 4-1.
The Wolves opened the game with a goal from junior Garrett Polish.
The Flyers came back from behind in the second period to score three goals after shooting 17 shots on the Wolves' net.
Junior goalie Nick Surovec made 29 saves in the net during the game.
Clarkston played Lake Orion in the first round of the MHSAA Pre-Regionals on Tuesday and lost 5-3.
Orion moves on in the second round on Thursday to play the Fenton/Grand Blanc winner at 7 p.m., Detroit Skate Club, 888 Denison Circle, Bloomfield Hills.
The MHSAA Regional final is Saturday at 12 p.m., Onyx Ice Arena, 52999 Dequindre Road in Rochester Hills.
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Clarkston Varsity Cheerleaders finished the season at the MHSAA Districts at Davison High School, Feb. 15.
They finished in fifth place out of 14 teams. They scored 706.9 points after three rounds.
The Lady Wolves scored 222.5 points in the first round; 197.7 points in the second round; and 286.7 in the final round.
Lake Orion took first place with 748.8 points. Oxford finished second; Bay City, third and Davison, fourth.