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7-0 game makes Cats 2-0

Oxford Coach Bud Rowley knows it's how you finish that matters. And the coach told his team following their last-minute 7-0 victory over Stoney Creek that they did a great job of finishing the game and played with passion....more >>
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Wolves' surge in first half

When the gridiron heroes walked onto the field on Saturday afternoon it was a different scene then when they left Friday night during the thunderstorm. It was sunny and the weather was clear - perfect weather for a football game and for the Wolves to defeat Bloomfield Hills in their first OAA Red matchup in the season, 38-7....more >>

Swimmers lose two to start season

The Lady Wildcat Varsity Swim & Dive team took a hard 118-64 loss in their first dual meet of the season against the Royal Oak Ravens. "The Royal Oak Ravens came down from the white division with us this year and had a great meet," said Coach Jackie Rank....more >>
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Spikers first at invite

Athletes of the Week

The Lady Wolves finished the weekend in good spirits as they won the Grand Blanc Invitational on Saturday. "It was a good win for us," said Clarkston Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach Kelly (Avenall) Pinner....more >>

Booters keep 5-0 winning streak alive

By Trevor Keiser Leader Staff Writer The Wildcat soccer team continues to dominate the field by keeping their 5-0 win streak alive and staying 2-0 in the OAA Blue after defeating Harrison 3-1 on Sept....more >>

Lady golfers off to a rough start this season

Despite their best efforts, the Oxford's varsity Lady Golfers placed last out of five teams in the first OAA White Division League Tournament. Alicia Kuligowski was the low-scorer of the day with 97, meanwhile Emily Zeliasko, Claire Hufford and McKenzie Chaisson all scored 102....more >>
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Five more inducted into Oxford Hall of Fame

The fifth class of Wildcat athletes was inducted into Oxford's Hall of Fame, at ceremony held Sept. 6 at the Fine Arts Center. The class of inductees included Ted Freymiller, Coach and Contributor, Terry Geliske ('82), Elijah Jones (1900), Lisa Starr ('82), and Danny VanVleet ('64)....more >>
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Freymiller, Jones remembered

"For his selfless dedication to the success of Oxford Athletes for over three decades, (Coach and Contributor Ted) Freymiller is being rewarded with induction into the Oxford Athletics Hall of Fame....more >>
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Fourth place finish for tennis

The Wolves Varsity Tennis team spent Saturday swinging their way to fourth place at their Clarkston Invitational with 15 points. "It was a solid showing," said Chas Claus, head coach....more >>
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Clarkston outruns opponents

The Lady Wolves have gotten off to a great start to the 2014 season. The Clarkston Girls Varsity Cross Country team has competed in two invitational meets prior to the first full week of school....more >>
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Swimmers rule the water in events

Lady Wolves have dived into the season with winning their first two meets against Hartland, 125-61, and Grand Blanc, 120-66. "We did well," said Kenwyn Chock, head coach for Clarkston Girls Swim and Dive team....more >>
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1893: Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, biochemist who isolated vitamin C.
1925: Charlie Byrd, jazz guitarist.
1925: B.B. King, blues guitarist.
1926: John Knowles, writer (A Separate Peace).
1950: Henry Louis Gates Jr., critic and scholar.
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1908: General Motors files papers of incorporation.
1920: Thirty people are killed in a terrorist bombing in New York's Wall Street financial district.
1934: Anti-Nazi Lutherans stage protest in Munich.Unprecedented in history, the Nuremberg Trial brought high-ranking Nazis to justice 12 years later.
1940: Congress passes the Selective Service Act, which calls for the first peacetime draft in U.S. history.
1942: The Japanese base at Kiska in the Aleutian Islands is raided by American bombers.Led by legendary flier Jimmy Doolittle, 16 U.S. Army B-25 bombers broke through Japanese defenses on April 18, 1942, to strike Tokyo and other cities in broad daylight.