Palace Chrysler-Jeep
(click for larger version)

Dragons crush Lakers

Lake Orion traveled to West Bloomfield Sept. 16 to battle the Lakers, and the football game quickly became a rout with the Dragons winning, 42-14. Any suspense was short lived. The scoring started four plays into the game, when junior wide receiver Jeremy King ran in his first touchdown after catching a 20-yard pass from senior quarterback Sean Charette....more >>

Polly Ann Trail hosting scenic ride

By Megan Bildner Review Intern Volunteers play a vital role in the growth and maintenance of the Polly Ann Trail. The 14.2 mile-long trail connects the communities of Orion Township, Oxford Township, the Village of Oxford, Addison Township and the Village of Leonard....more >>

Girls' X-country

The varsity girls cross country team took 3rd place at the Nike/Holly Invitational on Saturday Sept. 17. Madz Ham led the Lady Dragon harriers finishing in 11th place overall with a time of 20:18....more >>
(click for larger version)

Harrison thumps Cats 34-7

The game of football is not just running, tackling, blocking and passing. Oxford Coach Bud Rowley knows there is a great deal of learning and he told his team following their 34-7 loss last week to Farmington Hills Harrison that they needed to learn from their loss and use it to win games....more >>

Lady golfers continue to dominate

The lady golfers remain unbeaten on the season after defeating Birmingham Groves and Avondale this past week. On Monday, Sept. 12 the girls traveled down to Lincoln Hills Golf Club in Beverly Hills to take on Groves....more >>

Booters sweep Ferndale

Ferndale saw just how good Oxford boys soccer can be as the Wildcats swept the Eagles in back-to-back games this week. In a rematch of their first Oakland Activities Association contest from last season, the Wildcats traveled down to Ferndale on Tuesday, Sept....more >>

Spikers pass first OAA red test

The varsity volleyball team started off Oakland Activities Association play on the right note with a hard fought, come from behind five set victory over North Farmington on Thursday, Sept....more >>

Swimmers take 2nd in tri-meet

The varsity swim and dive team finished in second place in a tri-match against Notre Dame Prep and Avondale on Thursday, Sept. 15. Oxford would lose to Notre Dame Prep 101-84 while defeating Avondale 127-59....more >>
(click for larger version)

Line in the running for Mr. Football Award

Varsity Wildcat running back/middle linebacker Prescott Line needs your vote. The senior is currently selected as one of ten top high school varsity football players from across southeast Michigan by State Champs! and is competing for a final four spot in the State Champs! Metro PCS Mr....more >>
Clarkston Cleaning
The Oxford Leader
SPI Subscriptions
10 - 06 - 15
Site Search

Born October 6th
1846: George Westinghouse, prolific inventor, held over 100 patents on creations including air brakes for trains.
1887: Le Corbusier, Swiss-born French architect and city planner.
1895: Caroline Gordon, writer (The Strange Children).
1906: Janet Gaynor, film actress.
1908: Carol Lombard, American comediennne and actress.
October 6th
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.