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5 grapplers win state medals

It is the dream of every high school wrestler to qualify for the state tournament and to stand on the podium adorning a medal and All-State honors. For five Wildcat Wrestlers that dream came true after last weekend's Individual State Tournament held at the Palace of Auburn Hills....more >>
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Wolves crush Raiders

The tide had turned as Cagers went into their final quarter against North Farmington in their last home game for the season. The Raiders slowly gained on the Wolves lead and with 80 seconds left in the game had gotten within two points after scoring a 3-pointer....more >>
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Claim on third district title

Lady Cagers are making their third consecutive trip to the MHSAA Regional playoffs this week. They sealed the deal after claiming their third district championship from Oxford last Friday for a 36-17 win....more >>

Swimmers place 6th at league championships

The Oxford boys swim/dive team competed in the OAA White Division League Championships Feb. 20-22 at Bloomfield Hills HS. "We had a pretty good final night of the meet, with a sixth place out of 8 teams overall finish," said Head Coach Jacquelyn Rank....more >>
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Athletes of The Week

Cheering all the way to states

Clarkston residents helped their teammates at Pontiac Notre Dame Prep go all the way to the MHSAA Competitive Cheer Division 4 State Finals on Saturday. The team finished in second place with 765....more >>

Boys win last home game, but lose districts on road

Four seniors stepped on the home court hardwood as Wildcats for the last time as they played their final home game defeating Royal Oak 48-39. A combination of early foul trouble and very flat defense coupled with lazy-settle for three pointer offense spelled trouble for Oxford, according to boys' varsity Head Coach Paul Marfia....more >>
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Ladys Cats fall to Clarkston in districts

The Lady Wildcats finished their season Friday night with a 16-6 record and second place in the OAA White Division.  Clarkston proved too strong for Oxford down the stretch as they defeated 36-17 in the Wildcats in the district championship....more >>

Skier places 27th at states

Lars Joergens-Kokate was the only skier to represent Oxford/Holly at the Ski State Finals at Boyne Mountain Feb. 25. Kokate placed 27th out of 47 skiers in the slalom with a run time of 1:15....more >>
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1868: Scott Joplin, composer.
1886: Margaret Anderson, editor, founder of The Little Review.
1888: Dale Carnegie, author of How to Win Friends and Influence People.
1912: Garson Kanin, writer and director (Born Yesterday).
1925: William F. Buckley, Jr., journalist, founder of National Review.
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in history
1859: Charles Darwin publishes The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or The Preservation of Favored Races in the Struggle for Life. The first printing of 1,250 copies sells out in a single day.
1863: In the Battle Above the Clouds, Union Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker's forces take Lookout Mountain, near Chattanooga, Tennessee. Valley of the Shadow.
1864: Kit Carson and his 1st Cavalry, New Mexico Volunteers, attack a camp of Kiowa Indians in the First Battle of Adobe Walls. Ken Burns talks about his vision of the American West.
1874: Joseph Glidden receives a patent for barbed wire.
1902: The first Congress of Professional Photographers convenes in Paris.