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Lake Orion runs to Homecoming victory

Lake Orion took what Troy Athens gave them during the Oct. 7 Homecoming football game. The Dragons rode their running attack for 428 yards and another victory, 28-14. The win gave them at least a share of the OAA Red title and qualified the team for the state playoffs....more >>

Volleyball team is No. 4 state ranked

By Joe St. Henry Review Editor Head Coach Bob Howey knew this year's Lake Orion girls varsity volleyball team was unique. Over the summer, he told the squad loaded with seniors they had a great opportunity to leverage their talent and experience and make this a special season....more >>

Lady Dragon golfers finish season sixth at regional event

Golf is a mental game. Just ask the Lake Orion girls' varsity team. The Lady Dragons ended their season Oct. 6, at the MHSAA Regional Tournament at The Twin Lakes Golf Club in Oakland Township....more >>
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Prescott's line pounds Southfield

It was a magical night for what Oxford Coach Bud Rowley says is a magical group of players. That magic, Rowley told his team following their 49-26 comeback win over Southfield on Friday, came with sacrifice and hard work on their part....more >>

Golf team places 5th at regionals

It was a best ever finish for the varsity girls golf team during Regionals on Thursday, Oct. 6. Battling 11 other teams at Heather Highlands Golf Course in Holly, the Wildcats managed to shoot a 389, good enough for fifth place on the day....more >>

Swimmers get 1st league win

On a night when the varsity girls swim team honored its seniors, they picked up their first league win of the season. Oxford improved to 1-4 in the Oakland Activities Association White division after defeating Farmington 95-88 on Thursday, Oct....more >>

Technicality costs girls X-country championship

It was a near banner day for the varsity cross country girls at the Oakland County Cross Country championships at Kensington Metropark on Saturday, Oct. 8. For a brief minute it looked like the girls would leave as county champions after unofficial results revealed the Wildcats beat Birmingham Seaholm by a point....more >>

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Booters defeat OAA foe, tie former rival

It was another split week for the Wildcat boys varsity soccer team as they defeated their Oakland Activities Association league foe and tied a former Flint Metro League rival. Traveling down to Pontiac on Tuesday Oct....more >>

Spikers win Oxford Invite

For the first time in five seasons, Oxford volleyball finally won its own invitational, defeating Henry Ford II in the championship finals of the Oxford Invitational on Saturday, Oct....more >>
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Born September 16th
1893: Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, biochemist who isolated vitamin C.
1925: Charlie Byrd, jazz guitarist.
1925: B.B. King, blues guitarist.
1926: John Knowles, writer (A Separate Peace).
1950: Henry Louis Gates Jr., critic and scholar.
September 16th
in history
1945: Japan surrenders Hong Kong to Britain.RAF officer Aidan MacCarthy narrowly escaped the Nazis, spent three years in Japanese POW camps and survived the atomic bombing of Nagasaki.
1950: The U.S. 8th Army breaks out of the Pusan Perimeter in South Korea and begins heading north to meet MacArthur's troops heading south from Inchon.A year after leaving West Point, Lt. Joe Kingston was en route to Korea, where he, like a lot of others, found himself retreating and advancing in a single day.
1972: South Vietnamese troops recapture Quang Tri province in South Vietnam from the North Vietnamese Army. Lessons learned in the savage 1972 Eastertide Offensive paid off at the Battle of Khafji almost two decades later.
1974: Limited amnesty is offered to Vietnam-era draft resisters who would now swear allegiance to the United States and perform two years of public service.
1975: Administrators for Rhodes Scholarships announce the decision to begin offering fellowships to women.