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Kovacik beats out 136 runners

Oxford senior Brooke Kovacik bested a field of 136 runners to win the annual Oxford Invitational Cross Country meet last week. Kovacik's time of 18 minutes and 19.6 seconds in the 5,000 meter run at Oxford Hills Country Club was nearly a minute ahead of the second place finisher, who was from Walled Lake Northern....more >>

Wolfpack Update

The Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer team shut out Davison on Tuesday night to win the first round of the MHSAA District Playoffs, 3-0. They play tomorrow (Thursday night) against Lake Orion at Oxford High School, 7 p....more >>
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Dragons have a swimmingly successful season

By Olivia Shumaker Review Staff Writer The season for the Lake Orion High Lady Dragons swimming and diving team has been going swimmingly. "It's been a very successful season so far," said Coach Darin Abbasse....more >>
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Clarkston pulls last minute win over Lake Orion

With 14.3 seconds to go on the clock at Dragon Stadium, the Wolves clinched the OAA Red title and showed Lake Orion why they are ranked as Division 1's number one football team. "We knew the objectives before the game," said sophomore quarterback D....more >>
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Equestrian team reigns for state champ

The Oxford High School Equestrian Team had a long ride home from the Midland County Fairgrounds Sunday night, but they didn't return empty handed. The Wildcats won the Michigan Interscholastic Horsemanship Association Division A State Championship after four intense days of competition....more >>
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Athlete of The Week

Gray learns lessons on green

Anna Gray packed up her golf clubs after finishing her senior season for the Lady Wolves Varsity Golf team last Thursday. "She is one of a kind," said Coach Steve Hoffman. "She truly is a leader in every sense and every fashion....more >>
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Lady wildcats ready for Orion

Oxford's varsity volleyball team improved its league standing with two victories last week and look to be ready for the upcoming district play. The lady Wildcats are 3-3 in the league after defeating Rochester Adams and Farmington....more >>
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Cross country boys and girls ready for final runs ahead

The boys and girls of LOHS cross country are having another successful season. The runners braved the chilly weather of Oct. 12 to run in the Oxford invitational, where the boys in green took second place, beating their 2012 rivals: Walled Lake Central....more >>

Senior kickers lead team in Farmington win

The Wolves closed their last week of the regular season with two wins. They ended with a win over Rochester on Friday, 3-1. "They played pretty well," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer Coach Chuck Lawhorn....more >>

Wolves finish season taking sixth in regional playoffs

Freshman Alexis Haselwanter continued his streak as he played to the finals in the Singles #4 court during the MHSAA Regionals last Thursday at Rochester. He ended up walking away with a loss to Michael Ciraci from Brother Rice, 6-1, 6-0, as the Wolves took fifth place at the tournament out of the ten teams there....more >>
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Kicking it in districts

District play has started in varsity soccer this week and the Wildcats are hosting in what is hoped to be a blue turf home field advantage. The Wildcats were scheduled to open district play against Carman-Ainsworth on Tuesday and then hopefully take on Lake Orion on Thursday at Wildcat Stadium....more >>

Wind unpredictable for golfers in meet

The Lady Wolves fought against the gusts of wind during their MHSAA Regionals at Twin Lake Golf Course last Thursday. "I was so proud of them," said Clarkston Lady Wolves Varsity Golf Coach Steve Hoffman....more >>
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Wildcats keep swimming to victory

The Oxford Wildcat lady swimmers met an old foe last week and secured a victory. The swimmers faced Lapeer East, which is an old Flint Metro League rival, and won 110 - 75. Coach Jacqueline Rank was pleased with the victory....more >>
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Young runners make the distance

A new record was set with 216 total runners with Bailey Lake Elementary runners making up just over half the Clarkston High School field in last Friday's 10th Annual Elementary Cross Country race....more >>
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