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Cats guarantee playoff berth

The Oxford Wildcat's best offensive showing of the year on Friday will hopefully give Coach Bud Rowley's team a boost heading into the team's biggest game of the season. The Wildcats rolled to a 48-6 trouncing of Southfield Lathrup at Oxford's homecoming last week and on Friday must go against undefeated Oak Park in a game that is a must-win for Oxford to guarantee a state playoff berth....more >>
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Dragons prep for the wolfpack

There was no chance that Lake Orion Coach Chris Bell was going to let his squad overlook Pontiac last week. The Dragons came out spittin' fire at the Phoenix and rolled to an easy 49-13 victory to remain undefeated and set up the showdown in LO Town on Friday against Clarkston....more >>
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Wolves shut out Colts

The Wolves are preparing for their biggest opponent this week after devouring Troy last Friday, 28-0. The gridiron heroes head to Lake Orion High School Dragon Stadium for a fight for the OAA Red title as both teams go into the game 7-0 and 6-0 in the league....more >>

One more game to go

The big one is finally here football fans. Lake Orion will face its biggest challenge of the season on Friday, when they host the Wolves of Clarkston at Lake Orion High School. Both teams are undefeated....more >>
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Athletes of The Week

ICE heats the field

The ICE Silver 10U team continues a winning tradition. The ICE Fastpitch Softball organization hosted the third annual Ice Breaker tournament. They welcomed teams from around Michigan to participate....more >>

Swimmers break records, finish fifth at county meet

On Oct. 5 and 6, the girls swimming and diving team finished fifth overall in the Oakland County Championships.  This finish was the highest point total and placing in the team's history....more >>
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Gray, Olsen lead team to second in OAA

The Lady Wolves are getting ready to hit the green at Twin Lakes Golf Club for the MHSAA regionals this Thursday. "They will be a little nervous," admitted Clarkston Girls Varsity Golf Coach Steve Hoffman....more >>

Swim, Dive, Raffle

By Olivia Shumaker Review Staff Writer The Lake Orion High School girls swim and dive team's annual raffle has again come around. This year, one lucky raffle winner will receive a large quilt made by the grandmother of one of the team captains....more >>

Wolves take third on the court in OAA White

When it came down to who would top the OAA White league, Clarkston was right up there. They finished in the league in third place after taking third in not only league dual matches but at the OAA White tournament, Oct....more >>
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Dance team Florida-bound

Ask the Lake Orion High School dance team if they believe in magic. Thanks to an approval from the Lake Orion School board, the team will travel to the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, FL from Jan....more >>
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Last ride for the season

The Clarkston High School Equestrian Team was edged out at their regional meet. During the two day battle, the riders were defeated by two points, 265 to 263. Sand Creek High School edged out the Wolves in the final event, the two man relay, despite two personal best times by the team of Vika McCallum and Sarah Pobuda....more >>

High school athlete thinks college

Finding the right university can be a daunting task and the decision gets more complicated when student athletes hope to play in college. But Lake Orion junior Brandon Rusz will have some help making that decision, thanks to a grant from the National Collegiate Scouting Association (NCSA)....more >>

Wolfpack Update

Runners in the Girls Cross Country team took second place at the Oakland County Championships last Saturday with 138 points. Nicole Hanson led the way as she finished in ninth, at 19:08....more >>
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Opening with a powerful kick

The Michigan Impact U-8 Boys Blue Team played in the Force Football Club Invitational during the weekend of Sept 22-23. This was their first tournament as a new team entering the Impact travel soccer program, and they took second place....more >>
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Born November 26th
1876: Willis Haviland Carrier, inventor of the first air conditioningsystem to control both temperature and humidity.
1894: Norbert Weiner, American mathematician, considered the father of automation.
1912: Eric Sevareid, American broadcast journalist for CBS News.
1920: Cyril Cusack, Irish actor.
1922: Charles M. Shultz, American cartoonist who created Peanuts starring Charlie Brown.
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in history
1901: The Hope diamond is brought to New York.
1907: The Duma lends support to Czar in St. Petersburg, who claims he has renounced autocracy.
1917: The Bolsheviks offer an armistice between Russian and the Central Powers.
1922: Lord Carnarvon and Howard Carter, archeologists, open King Tut's tomb, undisturbed for 3,000 years.
1938: Poland renews nonaggression pact with the Soviet Union to protect against a German invasion.The Polish submarine Orzel.