October 09, 2013 - Swimmers took second place at the Oakland County meet on Saturday at Lake Orion with 244 points.
Farmington Hills Mercy took first place with 429 points. and Birmingham Marian took third with 220.5 points.
CJ Hughes, Sami Stelpflug, Megan Stelpflug and Kathryn Culver led the way in the 400-yard freestyle taking first place in 3:34.18.
The Lady Wolves also took fourth place in two other relay events. Culver, Sami, Ceren Ege and Natalie Vela finished at 1:49.75 in the 200-yard medley relay event. Hughes, Ege, Stelpflug and Emma Barnes finished in 1:41.86 in the 200-yard freestyle relay.
Four swimmers placed in the top eight in more than one event: Sami took third place in the 200-yard individual medley and fourth place in the 100-yard breaststroke event;
Culver finished in third place in the 100-yard freestyle and fourth place in the 50-yard freestyle;
Megan finished in third place 500-yard freestyle event and sixth place in the 200-yard freestyle;
Ege finished in seventh in the 200-yard individual medley and eighth place in the 100-yard backstroke.
Kelsey Gilbert finished in seventh place in the 500-yard freestyle and Hughes took eighth place in the 50-yard freestyle.
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Runners took over Kensington Metropark for the Oakland County meet on Saturday.
The Lady Wolves Cross Country team took 12th place with 402 points. Senior Sage Beauregard led the team finishing in 62 in 21:47. Finishing in the top 100 were Alex Gladding, Kelsey Catania, Kaitlyn Cavallo and Helen Jeffers.
Birmingham Seaholm took first place with 36 points out of the 32 schools at the meet.
The boys team finished in 21st place with 523 points out of the 37 teams at the meet. Waterford Mott finished in first place, scoring 88 points.
Sophomore Grant Henley led the Wolves finishing in 16:57 in 18th place. Tyler Dunn, William Eisert, Derrick Egli and Luke Oldford finished in the top five places.
The teams head to the third OAA Jamboree this Thursday at Bloomer Park, 345 John R Road in Rochester Hills.
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The Lady Wolves Varsity Golf team lost to Rochester, 191-209.
Miranda Marshall led the team with a 49 par. Sabrina Zayee shot a 52, Caitlin McCaghy, 54 and Amanda Hampton, 54.
Clarkston heads into MHSAA Regionals on Wednesday at Port Huron Golf Club.