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Dragons sink Clarkston's Sea Wolves on their home turf

By Gabriel Ouzounian Review Staff Writer Lake Orion's boys swim/dive team traveled to Clarkston on Feb. 9, to do battle with the Seawolves, as their rivals call themselves. The Dragons emerged from the water with a solid 105-80 victory....more >>
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Wolves bounce back

Senior guard Nick Tatu was on a shooting streak against Troy on Feb. 7, scoring a new personal record of 47 points. Out of his shooting, he scored 12 three-pointers, breaking the school record....more >>
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Wrestlers fight to the finish, send one student to regionals

Most of Lake Orion's grapplers are done for the season and, despite losing to Oxford 53-14 in the final quad meet of the season on Feb. 9, they experienced a small success on Feb. 11 during the MHSSA Individual District Finals....more >>
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Athlete of the Week

Inch making a splash

Kyle Inch hit the pool before his winter season on the Clarkston Boys Swim team, wanting to be in shape and ready when it began. The preparation has worked - he qualified for the MHSAA State Finals, March 9-10, in 500-yard freestyle and the 400-yard freestyle relay with teammates Steven Nelson, Zach Rabideau and Eric Misteravich....more >>
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Road to state finals continues with pit stop at Regionals

The road to finals continues as grapplers move on to the MHSAA Regional tournament this week. The Clarkston Varsity Wrestling team opened the week by capturing the MHSAA District crown after defeating Waterford Kettering, 58-15....more >>
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Lady Dragon hoopsters continue second-half heroics

By Joe St. Henry Review Editor It would be easy to chalk up the Lake Orion girls' basketball team's success in the second half of its games lately to coaching adjustments. But Head Coach Steve Roberts thinks that is only part of the story....more >>
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Nelson tops Lake Orion

Swimmers celebrated Senior Night last Thursday as they hosted Lake Orion for their last duel meet of the season. The Clarkston Boys Swim team lost Lake Orion and took first place in three events for the night....more >>
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Victory on the lanes

Wolves have claimed the OAA Red division title. The Clarkston Boys Varsity and JV bowling teams defeated Oxford on Feb. 8 at Cherry Hill North to take the titles. The varsity team had an almost perfect game, scoring 28 points out of the possible 30 points....more >>

Wolves add wins

Lady Cagers split last week with a loss to Avondale, 49-42, and a win over West Bloomfield, 51-36 Megan Hastings led against Avondale, scoring six of her seven 3-point attempts to put towards her 21 points in the game....more >>

Grapplers claim 8th straight district title

The Wildcats claimed their eighth consecutive wrestling district title with dominating efforts over Lake Orion and Rochester on Thursday, Feb. 9. Oxford defeated Lake Orion 53-14 and shut out Rochester Adams 64-0 to claim their title....more >>

Lady Cats break .500

Oxford's varsity girls basketball team climbed over the .500 mark in Oakland Activities Association play with convincing victories over Farmington Hills Harrison and Birmingham Groves this past week....more >>
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Hoopsters score Winterfest win

The varsity boys basketball team knocked off one of their competitors for a division title after beating Birmingham Groves 54-50 during the annual Winterfest game on Friday, Feb. 10....more >>

Boys ski team finishes in 1st

The Holly/Oxford boys ski team closed out their regular season with a first place finish in the Mt. Holly Divisional Championship. Holly/Oxford won with 29 points, followed by Grand Blanc in second with 68 points and Fenton in third with 78 points....more >>
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