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Getting ready for playoffs

The Wolves clinched the OAA Red title after winning their game against Southfield, 61-43. But the win wasn't as easy as the scoreboard portrayed as the Clarkston Boys Varsity Basketball team fought through presses, turnovers and pressure on the court....more >>
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Baenziger hoops it up

Senior Mitch Baenziger caught the pass from teammate Zach Collins and made his shot to continue the Wolves' lead in the last quarter on Friday night. With the basket and five points prior, the lead was cut to 52-36 before the game finished as a 61-43 win for Clarkston....more >>
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Lady Dragons lose OAA White title, beat Oxford on the road

By Joe St. Henry Special Writer for The Review An excruciating fourth quarter scoring drought against Rochester Adams on Feb. 21 killed Lake Orion's dream of an OAA White girls' basketball title, but the Lady Dragons enjoyed a little revenge themselves last Friday by shooting better and knocking off Oxford on the road....more >>
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Five seek crowning glory

The mats are being unrolled and laid at the Palace of Auburn Hills - setting the stage for this week's MHSAA Wrestling Individual Finals. Five grapplers from the Clarkston Varsity Wrestling team are counting down the hours until the first round begins at 2:15 p....more >>
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Bowlers off to Battle Creek for finals

The Wolves are heading off to state finals in Battle Creek this Saturday after their showing at their regional meet last week. The Clarkston Boys Varsity Bowling team started the momentum last Friday by winning the MHSAA Division 1, Region 3 Championship at Drakeshire Lanes - qualifying them for the finals....more >>

Wolfpack Update

Skiers battled an odd winter and used it to their advantage as they won the state championship on Monday. The Clarkston Boys Varsity Ski team scored 81 points, keeping ahead of Marquette and their 117 points, to make school history....more >>
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Lake Orion icers take title game from Clarkston

By Christopher Ehrmann Review Intern The Lake Orion Varsity Ice Hockey team defeated their classic rivals to the west, the Clarkston Wolves, last Saturday at the Birmingham Hockey Arena to take the OAA Red League championship....more >>

Undefeated in league play

Cagers added one more win to their record as they worked on continuing deep into the post season. They opened the first round of the MHSAA District playoffs with a 72-61 against Grand Blanc on Monday night....more >>
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Area gymnast takes home gold

Alec Krystek of Orion Township, pictured center, competed in the 2012 Athlete Warrior Challenge at the Macomb Community College South Campus Sports and Expo Center February 4, 2012....more >>

Boys swimming

Senior Will Cavender flies to the finish during the fifth heat of the 100 Yard Butterfly event. Orion would take third in the event, though Head Coach Paul Fairman said they were looking forward to the Regional and State Finals on March 6 and 9 respectivly....more >>
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Orion powerlifting

Jackie Whitus of the Lady Dragons Power Lifting team does a squat lift during a Feb. 25 meet. The girls and boys teams both took second place at the event and will have the chance to lift again, this time on home turf, at the March 10 state meet....more >>
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Grapplers fall short in state finals

There will be no back-to-back state titles for the Wildcats wrestling program as Detroit Catholic Central won the finals rematch in convincing fashion, 47-9. Catholic Central won 11 of 14 matches....more >>
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JV bowlers do well at states

The JV boys bowling squad fared quite well in the recent state meets. Bowling at Sunnybrook Lanes, seven boys and one girl found themselves in the JV individual states finals on Saturday, Feb....more >>

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Cheer coach pleased with showing at regionals

Varsity cheer co-coach Shari Russell was "very happy" with the team's performance during regionals on Saturday at Hartland High School. The Wildcats finished with a 730.6616 points....more >>
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Boys ski team captures league championship

The Oxford boys varsity ski team continued their strong ski season by capturing the Southeast Michigan Ski League Championship on Tuesday, February 21. Racing at Alpine Ski Resort, the boys won the event with 73 total points, finishing first in the giant slalom and second in the slalom....more >>

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Swimmers finish 2nd in OAA tournament

It was quite the Oakland Activities Association tournament for the varsity swim and dive team. The Wildcats finished second with a total of 442.5 points, 1.5 points behind Bloomfield Hills Andover....more >>
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Young wrestlers taste success in Battle Creek

The Oxford youth wrestling program had just as much success as the varsity wrestling program during their state meet this past weekend. Wrestling in Battle Creek on Sunday, Feb. 26....more >>
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Lady bowlers rack up another regional win

The Oxford varsity bowling girls made it two regional championships in three years following an impressive performance on Saturday, Feb. 25. Squaring off against the likes of Anchor Bay, Macomb Dakota, L'anse Creuse, Sterling Heights Stevenson and Chippewa Valley, the girls came out firing as they rattled off a six baker game total of 1025, placing them third behind Macomb Dakota and Anchor Bay....more >>

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Oxford, Groves atop OAA Gold with 6-2 records

It looks like the Oakland Activities Association's Boys Basketball Gold division is going to come down to the final week of the regular season. On Thursday, Feb. 23, the Wildcats had a chance to capture their first league title since 1981 if they could beat Birmingham Groves on the road....more >>
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Dragons end Lady Cats' regular season on sour note

The cross-town rival Lake Orion Dragons turned a special night for the varsity girls basketball seniors into a nightmare as Dragons traveled up M-24 and beat Oxford 39-34. Lake Orion used some stifling defense as they held Oxford to 17 points through three quarters as they built up a 31-17 lead....more >>
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