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Regional victory first in 87 years

By Gabriel Ouzounian Review Staff Writer In 1925 the Lake Orion Dragons Boys Basketball team punched through their opponents to become the regional champions. Now, 87 years later, a first year coach and a young team has made LOHS history, when in a 48-42 win over the Waterford Mott Corsairs on March 14 the Dragons took the regional championship....more >>
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Strong finish at states

Local swimmers pushed themselves through the blue depths to come out on top at the 12 & Under Short Course State Championship, March 9-11 at Lake Orion High School. The Clarkston Sea Wolves finished in 15th place in the girls division with two relay teams taking sixth place....more >>

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Seniors leave mark

When the seniors stepped off of the basketball court for the last time they had left a mark on the Clarkston Girls Varsity Basketball team for years to come. "We had six very talented and hard working seniors that showed a great deal of leadership," said Tim Wasilk, head coach....more >>
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Boys finish 12 in state, break records

The eight boys that qualified for the Division 1 State meet on March 9 have come home from the Eastern Michigan University meet after placing an overall 12 out of 28 teams. Four varsity record times were set....more >>
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Sunny spring start

Lady Kickers are back on the field as they hold their season opener on Thursday at home against Waterford Kettering. The Clarkston Girls Varsity Soccer team spent last week practicing and getting ready for the season before they played in the Lakes Area Showcase on Saturday....more >>
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Community involvement builds new field house

Brick by brick, the Wolves are building the foundation for the Clarkston High School stadium's field house. The field house will have team locker rooms for all the Clarkston athletic teams and will also be used for the marching band....more >>
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From left in front are Clarkston Pony League Basketball players Spencer Pawlik, Ian McGregor, Joe Genoa, Jimmy Delnick, Adam Gohl, Evan Montgomery; back row, Michael Schwartz, Alex Barta, Mac Pearce, Matt Wright, Connor Giroux and Tanner Schulte....more >>
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Born October 5th
1882: Robert Goddard, American rocket scientist, held more than 200 rocketry patents.
1902: Ray Croc, founder of the McDonald's hamburger franchise in 1955.
1911: Flann O'Brien, Irish novelist and playwright (The Hard Life, The Third Policeman).
1936: Václav Havel, Czech dissident dramatist who became the first freely elected president of Czechoslovakia in 55 years.
1959: Maya Lin, American architect who designed the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C.
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in history
1795: The day after he routed counterrevolutionaries in Paris, Napoleon Bonaparte accepts their formal surrender. Napoleon takes charge.
1813: U.S. victory at the Battle of the Thames, in Ontario, broke Britain's Indian allies with the death of Shawnee Chief Tecumseh, and made the Detroit frontier safe. An outmatched British flotilla faced the prospect of a remarkable victory.
1821: Greek rebels capture Tripolitza, the main Turkish fort in the Peloponnese area of Greece.
1864: At the Battle of Allatoona, a small Union post is saved from Lt. Gen. John Bell Hood's army. A compendium of poppycock, balderdash, and malarkey told by Civil War veterans for the amusement and amazement of future generations.
1877: Nez Perce Chief Joseph surrenders to Colonel Nelson Miles in Montana Territory, after a 1,700-mile trek to reach Canada falls 40 miles short.