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June 02, 2010 - Golfers are heading to MHSAA Regionals this week.

They tied for third at the district tournament held on Oxford Hills Golf Club. The top six teams qualified for regionals.

The boys scored 313, sharing the third place finish with Lake Orion and Rochester Adams. Grand Blanc finished first with 300, Oxford, second with 309 and Rochester in fourth, 315. Jimmy Delnick led the team, finishing the day with a 75 par. Taylor Walker finished with 76. They go to Flushing on Thursday for Regionals.

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Hitters beat Rochester Adams on May 25, 8-3.

"Matt Rodgers pitched a wonderful game," said Boys Varsity Baseball Coach Phil Price.

The boys played Royal Oak on Thursday and split the double header, winning the first game 13-12 and losing the second, 5-3.

"It was a battle," said Price. "They were up, we were up. Everyone was a little tired because it was a hot day."

Chris Mocerino hit 3-for-4 and Tyler Scarlett hit 2-for-4 in the first game. Mocerino hit 3-for-3 in the second game.

The boys took on Holly on Tuesday night in the first round of district playoffs.

"I like the way we are playing right now," said Price. "Our kids are competing and our pitchers are giving us a chance. Chris, Tyler and Matt are really giving us 2-for-4 hitter and just popping the ball."

The winner takes on Hartland Saturday, 10 a.m. at Milford High School.

Check to see how the boys did Tuesday, www.ClarkstonNews.com.

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Lady Hitters lost to rivals Lake Orion on May 26, 7-6. The Dragons scored four runs in the second inning and Clarkston broke the lead after scoring five runs in the next six runs in the next four innings.

But coming down to the seventh inning, Lake Orion scored on three runs taking the game. Taylor Hasselbach hit a home run during the night and had two RBIs. Megan Hastings and Shauna Siwicki hit 2-for-4. Siwicki had two RBIs. The girls head into districts this week with a 26-9 record.

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Both varsity lacrosse teams finished their season last week in the regional playoffs.

The Lady Wolves lost to Hartland on May 26, 17-6. Andrea Kovacic led with three goals and Lauren Sharkey scored two. They finished overall record 5-4-1.

The Wolves lost to Novi on May 27, 10-5 and finish the season with a 8-9 record.

Jordan Kincaid led with 2 goals and Jeff Turner made 13 saves.

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