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3-peat on the court

The Lady Wolves continued their winning tradition on the tennis court for the third consecutive year as they won the MHSAA Regional Title, sending them to the state finals this Saturday....more >>
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Shark-ey attack

The spring season has ended for the Lady Wolves Varsity Lacrosse team but after graduating Lauren Sharkey is packing up her lacrosse sticks and heading to University of Detroit Mercy in the fall....more >>

One last run at state titles

The Wolves took on teams across the county last Friday in the 54th Annual Oakland Track and Field Championships. The boys team finished in fifth place, scoring 35 points. Lake Orion won the meet with 63 points at Holly High School....more >>

Season ends in overtime loss

The Lady Wolves finished their season after a 12-9 loss against Waterford United in the first round of MHSAA Regionals last Thursday. "Everyone played a very good game," said Clarkston Girls Varsity Lacrosse Coach Daneen Kincaid....more >>
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A minute to win it

Soccer fans were on the edge of their seats as they tried to keep warm during the Lady Wolves last home game of the regular season last Thursday. Thoughts of the strong, cold wind were diminished as the girls varsity team ended the scoreless tie with less than five minutes to go in the game against Waterford Mott....more >>
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Victory at Regionals

The Wolves succeeded in making the statement they intended to make as they won the first round of MHSAA Regionals last Thursday against Romeo. They dominated the entire game to win 16-3 and ended the season for the Bulldogs....more >>

Fun and fundamentals at summer camps

Spend the summer active and learning more about sports. Here are just a few offerings from Clarkston. Please check for more!...more >>
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Born October 7th
1907: Helen MacInnes, writer.
1931: Desmond Tutu, South African religious leader.
1934: Leroi Jones (Imamu Amiri Baraka), playwright.
1935: Thomas Keneally, novelist, author of Schindler's Ark, the basis for the film Schindler's List.
1955: Yo Yo Ma, cellist.
October 7th
in history
1849: Edgar Allan Poe, aged 40, dies a tragic death in Baltimore. Never able to overcome his drinking habits, he was found in a delirious condition outside a saloon that was used as a voting place.
1870: French Minister of the Interior Leon Gambetta escapes besieged Paris by balloon, reaching the French provisional government in Tours.
1913: In attempting to find ways to lower the cost of the automobile and make it more affordable to ordinary Americans, Henry Ford took note of the work of efficiency experts like Frederick Taylor, the father of scientific management. The result was the assembly line that reduced the time it took to manufacture a car, from 12 hours to 93 minutes. Visiting the Past: Automotive History.
1949: Iva Toguri D'Aquino, better known as Tokyo Rose, is sentenced to 10 years in prison for treason. American-Born Axis Sally.
1957: A fire in the Windscale plutonium production reactor (later called Sellafield) north of Liverpool, England, spreads radioactive iodine and polonium through the countryside and into the Irish Sea. Livestock in the immediate area were destroyed, along with 500,000 gallons of milk. At least 30, and possibly as many as 1,000, cancer deaths were subsequently linked to the accident.