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Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Dan Fife, his coaching staff, and players teach all they know at the 29th Annual McGrath League. The Saturday league is open to boys in 3rd to 8th grade and will run for 11 weeks beginning Dec....more >>
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Dragons will host Grand Blanc after 42-7 win over Davison

'We have our work cut out for us'

Two and a half weeks ago, 32 teams fought alongside Lake Orion for a spot in post-season play. Now, 16 teams are left in the division and the Dragons have their sights zeroed in on a spot in the final eight....more >>

LO runners lace up for states

Both Lake Orion cross country teams will lace up for the state finals at Michigan International Speedway next weekend. Oct. 30, the girls competed in the MHSAA Regional Meet and took second place....more >>

Kovacic breaks record again!

Sophomore runner Brooke Kovacic ran her way into the Oxford cross country record books this past week. She established the fastest girls cross country time in school history with her time of 18:30 during regionals, held at Goodells County Park on Saturday, Oct....more >>
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X-country teams finish 2nd, 3rd at Rochester Invite

It was another successful run for the Cross Country teams as the freshmen and sophomores took to Bloomer Park in Rochester for the Rochester 9th/10th Grade Invite on Monday, Oct. 25....more >>
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Born March 1st
1904: Glenn Miller, big band leader during the 1930s and '40s.
1914: Ralph Waldo Ellison, African-American author (Invisible Man).
1917: Robert Lowell, Jr., poet, won Pulitzer Prize in 1947 for Lord Weary's Castle.
1921: Richard Wilbur, Pulitzer Prize winning poet and translator.
1921: Howard Nemerov, writer, another Pulitzer Prize recipient.
March 1st
in history
1960: 1,000 Black students pray and sing the national anthem on the steps of the old Confederate Capitol in Montgomery, Ala.
1968: Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara is replaced by Clark Clifford.
1969: Mickey Mantle announces his retirement from baseball.
1974: A grand jury indicts seven of President Nixon's aides for the conspiracy on Watergate.
1985: The Pentagon accepts the theory that an atomic war would block the sun, causing a nuclear winter.