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Wolves battle in the end zone for cancer

The boys left the post game pep talk still dressed in their array of pink and blue jerseys, Saturday night. Though the scoreboard read 27-10, everyone left as a winner during the second annual Football for a Cure event by the Clarkston Wolves Football Program....more >>


Athletes of the Week

Look out OAA foes

Max Collins and Joey Goss represented two of the many standouts during Saturday's intra-squad scrimmage for Clarkston's Football for a Cure. Wearing a pink jersey, Collins, a senior fullback and linebacker scored the first touchdown for the pink team....more >>
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Sea of Pink and Blue

The Clarkston High School Varsity team donned pink and blue for their second annual Football for a Cure, raising money for Great Lakes Cancer Institute and McLaren Breast Center in Independence Township....more >>
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Familiar face, new role

Seventy players kicked the soccer balls across the green last Thursday afternoon. Charles Lawhorn watched the players as he did every August for the last five years. But this year was different he was looking for varsity players....more >>

Tryouts this weekend

Baseball tryouts for Rough Riders 13U travel team, North Oakland Baseball Federation, are 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Aug. 21-22, at Shiawassee Basin Fields, 12000 Davisburg Road in Springfield Township....more >>


Wolves visit neighborhoods for donations

Players from the Clarkston High School Football program are collecting food this Friday for their 13th Annual Rush for Food. Players from the Freshman, JV and Varsity teams go to local neighborhoods and collect non-perishable food for Lighthouse Emergency Services, Clarkston....more >>
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An old rivalry renewed: Oxford and Lake Orion square off on the gridiron for the first time since 1983

For the Lake Orion Dragons, the 1983 varsity football season was two weeks too long. That was the word, anyway, from a story written by then-editor Al Zawacky for the on Nov. 9, 1983 edition of The Lake Orion Review....more >>
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Chargers team finishes season on winning streak

Chargers eight-and-under green team ended their winning season with two first place wins. The boys defeated Commerce 17-7 and Birch Run 13-3 in the Millington tournament and they won all four games in Otisville, including a thrilling 9-5 win over Swartz Creek....more >>
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Sugar, spice and everything football

Over thirty eager Lake Orion women mostly mothers of Lake Orion High School football players— answered the call to the gridiron Tuesday night, August 3. The Fourth Annual LO Women's Football Camp 101 co-sponsored by the Lake Orion Varsity Football program and Dragon Guided Afterschool Programs (GAP) taught the participants the basics of each player position as well as practice and game preparations....more >>
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Born October 6th
1895: Caroline Gordon, writer (The Strange Children).
1906: Janet Gaynor, film actress.
1908: Carol Lombard, American comediennne and actress.
1908: Sammy Price, jazz pianist.
1914: Thor Heyerdahl, Norwegian anthropologist and explorer.
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in history
1965: Patricia Harris takes post as U.S. Ambassador to Belgium, becoming the first African American U.S. ambassador.
1966: Hanoi insists the United States must end its bombings before peace talks can begin. Republic Aircraft's F-105 Thunderchief, better known as the 'Thud,' was the Air Force's warhorse in Vietnam.
1969: Special Forces Captain John McCarthy is released from Fort Leavenworth Penitentiary, pending consideration of his appeal to murder charges.
1973: Israel is taken by surprise when Egypt, Syria, Iraq and Jordan attack on the Jewish holy day of Yom Kippur, beginning the Yom Kippur War. Only selfless acts of bravery by the 188th Barak Brigade prevented the Syrians from capturing the heights and threatening the entire north of Israel.
1981: Egyptian president Anwar el-Sadat is assassinated in Cairo by Islamic fundamentalists. He is succeeded by Vice President Hosni Mubarak.