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Wolves ready to keep Highlanders low in home opener

It's time for the Wolves' gridiron gang to get back to work - beginning with their season opener against Rochester Adams. "It's going to be a tough one," said Wolves Football Head Coach Kurt Richardson....more >>
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Tough line to crack

Throughout the off season the Clarkston Wolves have proven themselves on and off the field. Doing much of the work on the field, and getting none of the glory are the offensive linemen....more >>

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Wolves sink three wins in soccer tournament

Clarkston High School kickers started their season undefeated during the weekend. They came back from the Traverse City Invitational winning all three of their games - TC Central, 2-0, Petoskey, 3-0, and Traverse City West, 2-1....more >>
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Goal reached!

The Clarkston Football program gathered 4,600 pounds of food for Lighthouse Emergency Services. They accomplished their goal within a few hours during their 13th Annual Rush for Food....more >>

Dragons fired up about 2010 football season

Chris Bell knows his Lake Orion Dragons came up one step short of an Oakland Activities Association Red Division title a year ago. But Bell, the veteran head coach, is hoping that year of experience gives his youthful team longer legs they can use to get over the hump in 2010....more >>

Boys' tennis coach optimistic about 'rebuilding' season

Looking to build off last year's 7-2 momentum, boys' tennis Coach Eric Bracciano says he and his team are setting up for a good season. "We graduated seven or eight guys last year, which is a large portion of the team....more >>
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Born February 8th
1906: Henry Roth, writer (Call it Sleep).
1911: Elizabeth Bishop, poet.
1926: Neal Cassaday, writer, counterculture proponent.
1931: James Dean, film actor and 1950s teenage icon (Rebel Without a Cause, East of Eden, Giant).
1940: Ted Koppel, television journalist.
February 8th
in history
1807: At Eylau, Napoleon's Marshal Pierre Agureau attacks Russian forces in a heavy snowstorm.
1861: Delegates from seceded states adopt a provisional Confederate Constitution.
1862: Union troops under Gen. Ambrose Burnside defeat a Confederate defense force at the Battle of Roanoke Island, N.C.
1865: Confederate raider William Quantrill and men attack a group of Federal wagons at New Market, Kentucky.
1887: Congress passes the Dawes Act, which gives citizenship to Indians living apart from their tribe.