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Missed opportunities doom Lake Orion against Harrison

By Joe St. Henry Review Editor Big players made big plays for Farmington Harrison last Friday night. Lake Orion, meanwhile, squandered a number of scoring chances and the Dragons lost to the Hawks, 28-7....more >>

Thinclads run through cold, wind

Lake Orion's runners ran through the wet and cold of the Oct. 14 Oxford Invitational, taking second and seventh places, respectively. The boys managed to put two in the top 15 spots, including junior T....more >>

LO grad embraces coaching

By Joe St. Henry Review Editor Brian Litten's return to Ford Field last fall was surreal. The Lake Orion High School grad played there in 2008, as a senior on the varsity football team that went to the state championship game....more >>

Girls' swim and dive lacks depth

Despite some strong performances, the Lady Dragons' swim and dive teams lost to Harrison Oct. 13, 111-75. Head Coach Darin Abbasse said while the team is competitive in the difficult OAA Red Division, it simply lacks the depth to support their top swimmers....more >>

Cats put out the Knights' lights

Oxford Coach Bud Rowley is always looking for an opportunity for his players to learn and improve. So, even though the Wildcats beat Oak Park 31-21 and finished the regular season at 7-2, the players knew the effort was not their best....more >>
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Cats devour Wolves 42-35

The Oxford Wildcat's magic continued on Friday as Coach Bud Rowley's crew upset Clarkston, 42-35 to clinch a state playoff berth. Clarkston was ranked fourth in the state and had not lost a game on the gridiron this season....more >>

X-country teams finish in top 5 at final Jamboree

Runners weren't the only fierce competitors for the varsity cross country teams Oct. 20 during the final OAA Red Jamboree at Bloomer Park in Rochester Hills. Competitors got all they could handle thanks to wind and rain that turned the course into a soggy mess, complete with mud puddles and standing water....more >>
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Girls make history by winning Oxford Inivite

History was made during the 45th annual Oxford Cross Country Invitational. Despite strong wind gusts and the threat of rain throughout the meet, the girls varsity cross country team won the Oxford Invitational for the first time in school history....more >>

Swimmers end season with loss to strong team

The girls varsity Wildcat swim season came to end with a 116-69 loss against West Bloomfield on Thursday, Oct. 20. "I thought our last duel meet of the season went well," varsity head coach Jackie Rank said....more >>

Booters end season strong, ready for district play

Oxford's varsity boys soccer team ended the season on a strong note after winning two of their final three games last week. The Wildcats ended Oakland Activities Association Blue division play with a convincing 7-0 win over Hazel Park on Oct....more >>

Spikers fall in semi-finals of Panther Crossover Classic

The varsity volleyball squad hit the road and traveled across the state to participate in the annual West Ottawa Panther Crossover Classic on Saturday, Oct. 22. After struggling early, the Wildcats would pull together and make a run to the semi-finals of the event before losing in three sets to Grand Ledge....more >>

Booters fall in district play

It was a tough way for the varsity boys soccer team to end their season as they lost 2-1 to Davison in the opening round of district play on Monday, Oct. 17. The Wildcats went up 1-0 on a goal from Chase Garavaglia, which was assisted by senior Michael Kitchner....more >>

Swimmers still struggling in OAA white division

The Oakland Activities Association White division got the best of the Wildcats again as they lost 109.5-76.5 to Rochester Oct. 13. Individual results are as follows: 200 Medley Relay - Oxford's A relay of freshmen Sydney Liverance, sophomore Elizabeth Wilkins, sophomore Rose FitzCrane and junior captain Miranda Murphy finished second with a time of 2:14....more >>

Offensive funk costs spikers two games

The varsity volleyball team picked a bad week to have their offense go in a funk. Playing against some of the top competition the Oakland Activities Association Red division has to offer, the Wildcats got swept in three sets during both their matches this week against Farmington and Lake Orion....more >>
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Born October 23rd
1844: Sarah Bernhardt, French actress.
1869: John Heisman, American college football coach for whom the Heisman Trophy is named.
1925: Johnny Carson, American television personality who hosted the Tonight Show.
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in history
1694: American colonial forces led by Sir William Phips, fail in their attempt to seize Quebec.
1707: The first Parliament of Great Britain meets.
1783: Virginia emancipates slaves who fought for independence during the Revolutionary War.
1861: President Abraham Lincoln suspends the writ of habeas corpus in Washington, D.C. for all military-related cases.
1918: President Wilson feels satisfied that the Germans are accepting his armistice terms and agrees to transmit their request for an armistice to the Allies. The Germans have agreed to suspend submarine warfare, cease inhumane practices such as the use of poison gas, and withdraw troops back into Germany. When the United States entered World War I, propagandist George Creel set out to stifle anti-war sentiment.