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Slam dunk on league title

When the excitement in the gym settled last Thursday night, the Lady Wolves finished the regular season defeating Pontiac, 58-29. With the win they claimed the OAA Red league championship for the second consecutive year and finished undefeated in the league, 14-0....more >>
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Boys ski team remains SEMSL champs

For the second straight year, the Oxford/Holly boys ski team claimed the Southeastern Michigan Ski League (SEMSL) championship after beating out eight competitors. "Everyone stepped up and skied their hardest against tough competition and in challenging conditions," said Head Coach Phil Nimmo....more >>
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Athletes of The Week

Undefeated season

Lady Cagers took the court by storm this season, going undefeated. The Clarkston Girls Freshman basketball team opened with a 40-9 win over Davison in their season opener, Nov. 30, and followed it up with a close win over Lake Orion, 29-28, on Dec....more >>

Lady Cats win again

The girls' varsity basketball team "returned to their winning ways" against Lake Orion after beating the Dragons 60-40, bringing the girls record to 14-5 on the season and 12-3 in the OAA White Division....more >>
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Wolfpack Update

The Wolves finished the OAA White Division league meet in second place, Feb. 22. The Clarkston Boys Swim team scored 499.5 points and West Bloomfield took first place with 527 points....more >>
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Clarkston goes for the gold at finals

Three grapplers are getting ready to take on familiar and new foes this week at the MHSAA Individual Wrestling Finals at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Seniors Nick Vandermeer (152), Chris Calvano (189), and Adam Myers (215) qualified in the MHSAA Individual Regionals, Feb....more >>

Tough loss to Rochester

After great effort and energy in the first half, the boys' varsity hoopsters got shot down by Rochester 57-35. "Unfortunatel, the game is 32 minutes long and not 16 minutes (long,)" said Oxford's Head Coach Paul Marfia....more >>

Tough loss to Rochester

After great effort and energy in the first half, the boys' varsity hoopsters got shot down by Rochester 57-35. "Unfortunatel, the game is 32 minutes long and not 16 minutes (long,)" said Oxford's Head Coach Paul Marfia....more >>

Bowlers' season comes to an end

The Oxford High School bowling season came to an end this weekend at the Regional event in Troy. "None of Oxfords bowlers advanced to the state finals this year, nor did either team," said Head Coach J....more >>
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1886: Paul Tillich, theologian and philosopher who wrote Systematic Theology.
1890: H.P. Lovecraft, author of horror tales.
1905: Jack Teagarden, jazz trombonist.
1944: Rajiv Gandhi, Prime Minster of India.
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0: A Byzantine counter-offensive is routed by Syeon at Anchialus, Bulgaria.
1619: The first group of twenty Africans is brought to Jamestown, Virginia.
1667: John Milton publishes Paradise Lost, an epic poem about the fall of Adam and Eve.
1741: Danish navigator Vitus Jonas Bering, commisioned by Peter the Great of Russia to find land connecting Asia and North America, discovers America.
1794: American General Mad Anthony Wayne defeats the Ohio Indians at the Battle of Fallen Timbers in the Northwest territory, ending Indian resistance in the area.