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Wolves downpour on Falcons

The dark clouds clouded in around Rochester High School where the Wolves were battling for an OAA Red win. The clouds threatened rain but Clarkston kept going at the top of the third inning with two hits from sophomore Ryan Rea and junior Ryan Slaughter to put them on bases....more >>
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Boys track crush opponents

The year is looking bright for the boys track team as the skill and talent of a growing LOHS program has come together with a relative slump in the league. This was evident on April 18 in Lake Orion when the Lake Orion crushed Oxford 106 to 22....more >>
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Athlete of The Week

Reeling in points

Senior Michael VanderWeel saw his first lacrosse game when he was in sixth grade and ever since he was hooked. "I liked how you have to use both hands," he added. "It's not a single hand dominant sport like hockey or football....more >>

Girls track growing, improving

By Gabriel Ouzounian Review Co-Editor The girls may not have won their meet against Oxford April 18, but the lady dragons showed their determination by breaking records - personal and school wide....more >>
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Going the distance

The Clarkston Track & Field teams went for another win - this time against Rochester on April 17. "They are always going to be tough," said John Bennink, head coach for the Clarkston Boys Track & Field team....more >>
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Communication is the key

By Gabriel Ouzounian Review Co-Editor Coming away from a slow preseason starting record of 3-3, Lake Orion's Boys Lacrosse team toppled their first two opponents giving them a 2-0 record on the league season....more >>
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Taking over tournament

Going into the sixth inning against Warren Regina on Saturday the Lady Wolves needed just a couple of runs to break their opponent's 4-2 lead their Girls in Pink Classic. By the time freshman Makenzie King stepped up to the plate the base were loaded....more >>

Wolfpack Update: Soccer

Goalie junior Katie Miller added her fourth shutout for the season last Thursday against West Bloomfield. The Clarkston Girls Varsity Soccer team beat the Lady Lakers, 3-0. Junior Lindsey Renkiewicz was the first to score for the Lady Wolves less than eight minutes into the game off a pass from senior Caitlin Kirby....more >>

Wolfpack Update: Golf

The Clarkston Boys Varsity Golf team finished the OAA Red tournament at Twin Lakes with a 339. Jimmy Delnick shot a par of 84; Cam Krausman, 83; Dan Corazza, 85; Jack Alli, 87; Alec Genter, 93; and Nick Surovec, 97....more >>

LOYBL names four to hall of fame

LOYBL President Bill Bieser recently announced that Karl Basigkow, Bill Hitchcock, Eric Kuster and Garry Reynolds Jr. would represent the league's first induction class. The men were presented with commemorative jackets at a recent board meeting and will be recognized with plaques at the season-ending picnic on June 24....more >>


Hartwick's 3-run homer wins the game

By Lance Farrell Leader Staff Writer Senior Kyle Hartwick won the game for the OHS varsity baseball team April 18 with a three-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning to lift the Wildcats over Troy-Athens 8-6....more >>


Booters tie Andover, fall to North Farmington

By Lance Farrell Leader Staff Writer It was a defensive battle between the Andover and Oxford girls varsity soccer teams on Tuesday, April 17. The game ended knotted at 2-2. OHS goalie Darien Bandel racked up 11 saves....more >>


Girls LAX stomps West Bloomfield

By Lance Farrell Leader Staff Writer On Monday night, a resurgent Oxford girls varsity lacrosse team stomped West Bloomfield 14-8. OHS displayed a well-balanced scoring attack, with Emma Kimmel continuing to lead all Wildcats with 4 goals....more >>
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