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It's all net for Clarkston players

Rain, rivalry and revving the senior spirit have kept the Lady Kickers busy during the past week. The Girls Varsity Soccer team started the week on Thursday heading to Lake Orion to take on their biggest rivals....more >>

Wolves knock Waterford United out of playoffs

The ball went on the loose in front of Waterford United's net. Senior Bobby Peterson ran forward as the Wolves and Waterford blocked each other from getting possession. Peterson scooped the ball and threw it into the net with 4:32 remaining in the MHSAA Pre-Regional game last Thursday....more >>
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Athlete of the Week

Zezula a force on the diamond

Junior Liz Zezula is a well-known face on the Girls Varsity Softball team - she has started since her freshman year at Clarkston High School. Through the last few weeks Don Peters, head coach,has watched her continue to shine and help the team as they work on the OAA league title....more >>

Clarkston aces regional competition

Lady Wolves conquered their season goal last Thursday - they are heading to the state finals. They scored 21 points during the MHSAA Division 1 Regional meet in girls tennis and placed third, putting them one point behind Rochester and three behind West Bloomfield....more >>

Sluggers protect home turf

Lady Hitters took second place at the University of Michigan tournament over the weekend. They beat five teams before they lost to Jenison, 3-0, in the championship round. Taylor Hasselbach, Megan Hastings and Shauna Siwicki were named to the the All-Tournament team....more >>

Dare to Dream

Girls looking to learn fundamentals of basketball, improve shots, or want to have fun - Dare to Dream Fundamental Basketball Camp is for you. The camp is held June 21-24 from 8 a....more >>
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Solid season doesn't land tennis team in states

By Leah Yanuszeski, Review intern As of May 19, the girls' tennis team record stands at 7-2, with seven wins and two losses. "We are doing very well," said Eric Bracciano, varsity girl's tennis head coach....more >>

Dragon athletics on the run

Girls' lacrosse, softball, boys' golf, girls' soccer

Girls' lacrosse Wednesday, May 19, the varsity girls' lacrosse team traveled to University Liggett in Grosse Poiinte Woods and captured a 12-10 victory to improve their overall record to 8-6-2....more >>
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Softball team claims first-ever league title

The Varsity Softball team closed out their Flint Metro League career by winning the school's first ever FML softball title after sweeping Holly on Monday, May 24. "The girls number one goal this season was to win the league....more >>


Win finishes booters season

The Girls Varsity Soccer team needed a win against undefeated Holly on Monday, May 24 to avoid finishing with a losing record in their last season in the FML. Tied at one late in the second half, junior Amanda Roth scored the game winning goal with 58 seconds left to lift Oxford to a 2-1 victory over the Bronchos....more >>


Track team finishes second at regionals

15 athletes headed to state competition in Rockford June 5

Even a little rain couldn't slow down the success of the Oxford Varsity Track teams as they took on the regional competition on Friday, May 21 and Monday, May 24. Both the boys and the girls finished second overall at regionals, which were held at Brandon High School....more >>


Sluggers chalk up 3 more wins

The Varsity Baseball team continued its winning ways after defeating all three opponents they played last week. Overall, they extended their winning streak to seven games. On Monday, May 24, the Wildcats traveled out to Holly for the last time in the Flint Metro League and swept the Bronchos, winning game one 7-3 and game two, 2-1....more >>
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1900: Maximilian Harden is sentenced to six months in prison for publishing an article critical of the German Kaiser.
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1919: The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives pass the Volstead Prohibition Enforcement Bill.
1922: Lilian Gatlin becomes the first woman pilot to fly across the United States. Amelia Earhart earned the nickname Lady Lindy.
1956: Don Larson of the New York Yankees pitched the first perfect game in World Series history against the Brooklyn Dodgers. In the years after the war, nothing symbolized the feeling of hope and optimism more than the Brooklyn Dodgers.