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Fife coaches 'mental toughness'

BY PAT MURPHY Special to the Clarkston News Going into his sixth year as head coach in a NCAA Division I basketball program, Dane Fife expects his team to be mentally tough, a trait he says will help players win ball games and be successful in life....more >>

Dragons blow house down on Wolves

The tables were turned on the big, bad Wolves, Oct. 22. The house came toppling down on them as Lake Orion's varsity football team took the win and the Oakland Activities Association Red Division title away from Clarkston, 28-7....more >>

Spikers seek strong end to season

With just one more week of play left in the regular season, the Lady Dragon volleyball team is 31-14-6, and is looking to carry their strong tournament play through to next week. "We've played really well in our tournaments," said Coach Bob Howey, but noted the team won their last league match, but stumbled a little before that in the season....more >>

JV football wraps 9-0 season

By Olivia Shumaker, Special to The Review While the Lake Orion Dragons were putting together another successful varsity season - an 8-1 record and an OAA division title - the school's junior varsity put together the kind of season that shows it can feed the Lake Orion football machine....more >>
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Losing season ends with a win

It wasn't the kind of football season that the Oxford Wildcats are accustomed to but Bud Rowley's squad ended the year with a solid performance in the school's inaugural season in the Oakland Activities Association....more >>

Spikers take second in West Ottawa Invite

A week's worth of hard practices paid off for the varsity volleyball team as they finished second in the West Ottawa Invitational this past weekend. "It's a great tournament because we never get to see any teams from over there....more >>
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X-country teams finish third in OAA Jamboree

The Wildcats cross county teams proved this season that they do belong in the Oakland Activities Association after they finished the season in third place for both the boys and the girls standings....more >>

Booters end season with loss to Kettering

The soccer season came to an official end for the Varsity Boys as they lost 1-0 to Waterford Kettering in the opening round of districts on Tuesday, Oct. 19. "It was a tough loss and we played below our standard play," Varsity Head Coach John Thaler said....more >>
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Born March 28th
1895: James McCudden, the first RAF pilot to receive the Victoria Cross.
1909: Nelson Algren, novelist (The Man with the Golden Arm, A Walk on the Wild Side).
1929: Frederick Exley, American novelist (A Fan's Notes).
1930: Jerome Isaac Friedman, American physicist, helped confirm the existence of quarks.
1936: Mario Vargas Llosa, Peruvian novelist (Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, Death in the Andes).
March 28th
in history
1864: A group of Copperheads attack Federal soldiers in Charleston, Illinois. Five are killed and twenty wounded.
1885: The Salvation Army is officially organized in the United States.
1908: Automobile owners lobby Congress in support of a bill that calls for vehicle licensing and federal registration.
1910: The first seaplane takes off from water at Martinques, France.
1917: The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) is founded, Great Britain's first official service women.