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Dragons hot on the ice

Thursday, Jan. 6, the varsity hockey team beat Hartland, 8-4. Daniel Chappie started the night by scoring seven seconds into the game. Justin McKelvey made it two-to-zip with assists going to Chappie and Brad Bogus....more >>
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Swimmers nail fourth Dragon Relay win in a row

The boys' swim team came to the Saturday's Fourth annual Dragon relays fired up for victory after Thursday's dual meet loss to Birmingham Seaholm.   And victory it was, as the boys were able to best six other teams and finish in first place for the fourth time in a row....more >>
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Hardy, Tatu top scorers throughout three games

It was back to work on Monday morning as Cagers prepared for two upcoming OAA games. After two wins and one loss from the previous week they still had plays to tweak and fundamentals to perfect....more >>


Athlete of the Week

Reppuhn scores to win

Clarkston High School Senior Lindsey Reppuhn stands 5'5" with a strong presence on the basketball court. Coming back from break she led the Clarkston Girls Varsity Basketball against Mount Clemens Chippewa Valley and Pontiac in their first games in the new year and the two wins....more >>


3-year drought against Dragons broken

In every basketball rivalry fans can almost always guarantee trash talking, hard fouling, and nail biting endings. Friday night the Clarkston Wolves varsity girl's basketball team beat rival Lake Orion 39-38 after a back and forth battle throughout the entire game....more >>


Viazanko defends in 5-0 victory

Icers skated into the new year with two wins. "Things are starting to come together," said Clarkston Hockey Coach Bryan Krygier. "We are playing well. I don't want to get too far ahead of ourselves but we are definitely doing things better....more >>


Take the lead

They had the the moves, they had the smiles and they had their stage at the Palace of Auburn Hills. The JV and Varsity Pom Pon Dance teams competed in the 20th Annual Pom/Dance Championships on Jan....more >>

Swimmers make it two in a row

The boys varsity swim team made it two victories in a row over Oakland Activities Association teams when they defeated Hazel Park 115-52 on Thursday, Jan. 13. Three additional school records were broken during the meet in the 200 Free Relay, 100 Backstroke and 100 Breaststroke....more >>
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Turnovers cost hoopsters a close one

Turnovers were the main culprit in the varsity boys basketball 49-48 loss against Rochester on Thursday, Jan. 13. Oxford committed 24 turnovers on the evening, including eight which head coach Paul Marfia deemed as "unforced errors....more >>

Oxford bowled over by Dragons

Lake Orion's experienced bowlers rolled right through Oxford's varsity boys and girls teams in their match on Thursday, Jan. 13. On the girls side, Lake Orion defeated Oxford 157-136 in game one of baker and 155-141 in game two....more >>

Back-to-back losses for ladies

The varsity girls basketball team took their lumps from Oakland Activities Association teams this week. It began with a 42-9 loss at Farmington Harrison. Head Coach Al Poynter said the team got off to a slow start and then had a poor offensive second half....more >>
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1874: Winston Churchill, British prime minister during and after World War II.
1874: Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables.
1912: Gordon Parks, photographer.
1915: Brownie McGhee, singer and guitarist.
1924: Shirley Chisholm, first African-American congresswoman, a representative for New York.
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1838: Mexico declares war on France.
1861: The British Parliament sends to Queen Victoria an ultimatum for the United States, demanding the release of two Confederate diplomats who were seized on the British ship Trent. High Seas Brouhaha
1864: The Union wins the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee.
1900: The French government denounces British actions in South Africa, declaring sympathy for the Boers.
1900: Oscar Wilde dies in a Paris hotel room after saying of the room's wallpaper: One of us had to go.