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Girls Tennis

The girls tennis team is still growing and with that comes growing pains - mainly in the form of their loss to Notre Dame Prep on May 10. The girl's didn't go down without a fight however and most matches were competitively close....more >>
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Hitters sink Captains

The Wolves proved they only needed one inning to get a win as they exited the field behind Waterford Kettering High School last Friday. During the top of the seventh inning in their first game against the Captains, the Wolves kept the bases loaded as they closed in on their opponent's 4-1 lead....more >>

Girls Soccer

The lady Dragon strikers of Lake Orion High School sought revenge against the Highlanders of Rochester Adams, May 10, for a loss earlier in the season. They fell just short, losing the game 1-0....more >>
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Athletes of the Week

Sisters set the curve

Madeline and Gabrielle Maday share a passion for softball - a passion leading both to no-hitter games, May 5. Madeline, a freshman at Clarkston Junior High School, pitched her no-hitter against Farmington Hills Harrison for Clarkston Girls Varsity Softball during the Michigan Stars tournament....more >>
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Winning for Ryan

The gray ribbons in the hair of each Lady Wolf portrayed their thoughts as they headed into their game against Rochester Adams on Saturday afternoon. They wore the ribbons for Ryan Kennedy, a fourth grader at North Sashabaw Elementary with brain cancer....more >>
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Crafting victories

Senior Travis Craft led his teammates during the first half against Lake Orion on Saturday. He scored five goals in the first 17 minutes of play to help boost a 11-0 score against the visiting Dragons....more >>

Finishing league play

The Lady Wolves finished their league tied for first place with Rochester Adams after last Friday's OAA Red track meet. The girls took second during the meet with 93 points. They finished their dual meets undefeated, 5-0....more >>

Mens' track

Friday, May 11th OAA Red Division League Meet Lake Orion 1st Place (179.33 points) A week off was filled with rest and some quality workouts, culminating in some quality efforts by the Dragons....more >>
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Sports

OMS bowler Cole Mayhew breaks school record

Oxford Middle School eighth-grader Cole Mayhew just smashed two school bowling records. On Saturday, April 28, Cole bowled a record setting 264, nine pins over the old mark. He followed that up with a 191 for a record two-game total of 455, two pins better than the previous record once held by current JV State champ Drew Pappas....more >>
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Softball team wins Jill Milosch tourney

The Oxford High School varsity softball team defeated Rochester Adams and Utica Ford II for a repeat victory at the 8th Annual Jill Milosch Memorial tournament. The tournament is held in memory of Jill Milosch, a 2003 Oxford graduate who died in 2004....more >>

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Girls LAX drops two games

On Monday, May 13, the Oxford Girls Varsity lacrosse team lost an away game against Waterford. Final score was 12-6. Scoring was distributed evenly with Madi Eschberger, Jordan Pieczinski and Kayce Calcaterra adding a goal a piece....more >>

News

Scout paints concession stand at park

Oxford High School student and Life Scout Michael Morski conducted a project with the help of Oxford Parks and Recreation this past weekend at Seymour Lake Park. Morski painted the concession stand as part of his efforts to earn the rank of Eagle Scout....more >>

Sports

Booters lose back-to-back games

The Oxford girls varsity soccer team fell to home team Stoney Creek 6-0 in a non-league match on May 12. Oxford's keeper Darien Bandel had an exceptional 20 saves in the lopsided loss....more >>
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Born October 25th
1881: Pablo Picasso, painter and sculptor or over 6,000 works.
1888: Richard E. Byrd, U.S. aviator and explorer who made the first flight over the North Pole.
1889: Abel Gance, film director (Napoleon).
1902: Henry Steele Commager, American historian who wrote the fifty-five volume Rise of the American Nation.
1914: John Berryman, poet.
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1944: The Japanese are defeated in the Battle of Leyte Gulf, the world's largest sea engagement. From this point on, the depleted Japanese Navy increasingly resorts to the suicidal attacks of Kamikaze fighters. On patrol north of the Philippine island of Luzon, USS Batfish destroyed three Japanese submarines in four nights.
1950: Chinese Communist Forces launch their first-phase offensive across the Yalu River into North Korea. A year after leaving West Point, Lt. Joe Kingston was en route to Korea, where he, like a lot of others, found himself retreating and advancing in a single day.
1951: In a general election, England's Labour Party loses to Conservatives. Winston Churchill becomes prime minister, and Anthony Eden becomes foreign secretary.
1954: President Eisenhower conducts the first televised Cabinet meeting.
1958: The last U.S. troops leave Beirut.