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Boys lacrosse has age, speed, endurance

A senior filled team is almost never a bad sign and that's what Orion's Boy's Lacrosse team is looking at for their 2012 season. Three games in, the team has a winning record of 2-1, including a win over Rochester Stoney Creek - a team the Dragons have never before defeated....more >>
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Rolling back from break

The Wolves added one win and one loss to their record over spring break last week in Ohio. "We did alright," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach Brian Kaminskas. "We are starting to come together a little bit more and starting to develop that chemistry....more >>
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Runners begin their season with a win

By Tahra Gribbin Review Intern The Lake Orion Boy's Track Team began its season last week with a bang. The dual meet season began with a bout against Adams High School. The Lake Orion boys won that meet 98-30, hinting towards a promising season for this year's track team....more >>
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Athlete of the Week

Spindler honored

Clarkston High School senior Gabriella Spindler will receive the United States Tennis Association/Midwest Section's Helen Shockley's Award on April 21. She was recently honored as the 2011 Hoxie Memorial Award Junior Player of the Year from the Southeastern Michigan Tennis Association....more >>
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Orion's middle schools starts lacrosse teams

Sports are a priority in Orion Township and one of the newest entries to it's array of activities has expanded into the middle school realm. For the first time ever, middle schools in Orion will feature lacrosse teams for grades five through eight....more >>

Varsity ball teams start season

itters are ready and anxious for their moment to step on the plate and begin the season. Both the Clarkston Varsity Baseball and Softball teams play Rochester Adams in their season opener on Wednesday....more >>
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Cagers Score Championship

Cagers are champions after their Michigan Recreation Parks Association state tournament. The Independence Township Parks and Recreation had one of their men's basketball teams win in Midland the end of March....more >>
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Fully-loaded softball team off to 2-0 start

Having lost only a couple of players to graduation last year, the Oxford varsity softball team has more than reloaded and is ready to roar. The Wildcats return eight players, six of them starters, and were blessed with two talented transfers, as well as two freshmen to round out the roster....more >>
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Born September 5th
1842: Jesse James, legendary outlaw of the American West.
1897: A.C. Nielson, founder of the Nielson Ratings.
1905: Arthur Koestler, Hungarian novelist and essayist who wrote about communism in Darkness at Noon and The Ghost in the Machine.
1912: John Cage, inventive composer, writer, philosopher, and artist.
1950: Cathy Guisewite, cartoonist, creator of Cathy.
September 5th
in history
1664: After days of negotiation, the Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam surrenders to the British, who will rename it New York.
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1804: In a daring night raid, American sailors under Lieutenant Stephen Decatur, board the captured USS Philadelphia and burn the ship to keep it out of the hands of the Barbary pirates who captured her. Often venturing into harm's way, America's most famous sailing ship, the USS Constitution, twice came close to oblivion.
1816: Louis XVIII of France dissolves the chamber of deputies, which has been challenging his authority.
1859: Harriot E. Wilson's Our Nig, is published, the first U.S. novel by an African American woman.