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Lady Dragons win six in a row

By Joe St. Henry Special Writer for The Review Teenagers: they do not always listen, including on the basketball court. Lake Orion girls' coach Steve Roberts was reminded of this last week, when the Lady Dragons played Troy on Feb 12....more >>
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Edge over league rival

Cagers were preparing for another round of games while their classmates were out on Monday for mid-winter break. It had been at least a week since they played their last game, a quick-paced, thrilling win over Pontiac to tie for the OAA Red league title....more >>
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Dragons' wins attributed to team effort over individuals

The ice-Dragons entered their playoffs with a bang on Friday, Feb. 17 and Saturday, Feb. 18 with a pair of wins over Birmingham United 5-1, and Rochester United 3-2. The standing will pit the Dragons against OAA rivals the Clarkston Wolves this Saturday for the OAA Playoff Championship....more >>
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Athlete of The Week

Change of heart

Freshman Luke Brandel put a halt on his wrestling season after going to a heart screening held by Clarkston High School and Beaumont Health System, Jan. 21. He was diagnosted with Wolff-Parkingson-White syndrome, called WDW....more >>
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Dragons win two, return to Rochester

The Dragons took home a pair of victories last week against Birmingham Groves and Stoney Creek. Leading the charge against Groves was senior Justin Walukonis with 20 points, followed closely by sophomore John McCarty with 19 in the 68-60 victory on Feb....more >>
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Boys, girls ski teams swoosh into state finals

Having an abnormal winter can slow some down on the slopes - but not Clarkston. Both ski teams finished last week in the top three at MHSAA Division 1 Regionals. The boys finished in first place with 45....more >>
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Orion bowls over Oxford

Lake Orion's Boys Bowling team crushed Oxford under the pins on Feb. 16, beating the Wildcats 26-4.Leader for the Dragons included Mike Brumitt with 480 in two games, Scott Chisholm with 469 and Josh Baryla with 450....more >>
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Going for Dragons

The Wolves are getting ready for a rematch against crosstown rivals, Lake Orion, this upcoming Saturday. Both advanced to the OAA Red championship game after taking out their competitors....more >>
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Winning spirit

The Everest Collegiate Girls Competitive Cheerleading Squad won their very first meet while at FentonHigh School's Tiger Invitational, Feb. 11. verest took the Division 4 trophy with a score of 628....more >>
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Girls head to playoffs with home win

Last Friday was marked with memories and hugs as the Lady Cager seniors defeated Stoney Creek in their last home game of the season, 39-27. "We played really well tonight," said senior Anna Manilla....more >>
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Looking for championships

When the six minutes were done for junior Chris Calvano and senior Scott DeVos claimed championship titles in their respective weight classes at the MHSAA Individual Regionals, Saturday....more >>

Boy bowlers take 2nd in OAA tourney

The Oakland Activities Association league tournament was kind to the varsity boys bowling team as they brought home a second place finish. Needing to place sixth out of 11 teams in order to advance to the elimination round, the boys qualified in sixth, setting up a match-up with the third seed North Farmington....more >>

11 wrestlers qualify for state finals

What a week for the wrestling program. In addition to advancing to state finals for the fifth consecutive year by avenging an early season loss to Rochester, the Wildcats qualified a school record 11 wrestlers to the individual state finals next month at the Palace of Auburn Hills....more >>

Icers fall short in semifinals

Despite losing in the semifinals of the Oakland Activities Association Red Division tournament to Clarkston, varsity head coach Dave Hague was pleased with how well his team performed in the tournament....more >>

Cheer squad advances to regionals

It's on to regionals for the varsity cheer squad following a third place finish during districts at Davison High School on Saturday, Feb. 18. Oxford finished with 711.8104 points, five-and-a-half points behind second place Herbert Henry Dow High School....more >>

Hoopsters dunk Hazel Park 69-40

The Wildcats strengthened their hold on the Oakland Activities Association Gold division with a 69-40 victory over Hazel Park on Friday, Feb. 17. Oxford put the game away by halftime as they outscored Hazel Park 17-8 in the first quarter and 24-15 in the second, taking a 41-22 lead into halftime....more >>
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Born August 23rd
1883: Jonathan Wainwright, U.S. general who fought against the Japanese on Corregidor in the Philippines and was forced to surrender.
1898: Albert Claude, biologist who won the 1974 Nobel for his work on the sub-structure of the cell. He never graduated from high school.
1912: Gene Kelly, dancer, choreographer and actor.
1931: H.O. Smith, molecular biologist credited with helping 'open the door' on genetic engineering.
1934: Sonny (Christian) Jurgensen, professional football player and sports announcer.
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in history
1927: Immigrant laborers Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti are executed for a robbery they did not commit. Fifty years later, in 1977, Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis establishes a memorial in the victims' honor.
1939: Joseph Stalin and German Foreign Minister Joachim von Ribbentrop sign a non-aggression pact between the Soviet Union and Germany, freeing Hitler to invade Poland and Stalin to invade Finland.
1942: German forces begin an assault on the major Soviet industrial city of Stalingrad.
1944: German SS engineers begin placing explosive charges around the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
1950: Up to 77,000 members of the U.S. Army Organized Reserve Corps are called involuntarily to active duty to fight the Korean War.