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Strong end for girls LAX

The Lady Wildcats Lacrosse season came to an end on May 23 after the Academy of the Sacred Heart beat Oxford 19-5 at the MHSAA Regional playoffs. "Sacred Heart is a good team and they played well," said Coach Andrew Bausack....more >>
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Wolves rewrite history

When the running clock started in the third quarter, the celebration had begun for friends and families in the stand - the Wolves were about to win their first regional title in boys lacrosse....more >>
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Cats' run for district title stopped by LO

Lake Orion's defense and pitching stopped the Oxford Wildcats 6-1 Saturday, delievering the Dragons their second straight district crown. Lake Orion Coach Andy Schramek said the team expected a tough game against the Wildcats, who beat the Dragons twice this season out of three games....more >>
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Athlete of The Week

Junior Ian Eriksen has a quickness which cannot be stopped on the track. He finished his spring season with the Clarkston Boys Track & Field team taking sixth place in the 200-meter dash in 22....more >>

Booters fall in semifinals

The Lady Booters season came to an end after losing 4-0 against Rochester High School on May 30 at the MHSAA District semifinals. "We played for a really good 33 minutes against Rochester....more >>
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Season ends at finals

The Lady Wolves broke the tie at the top of the sixth inning against Lake Orion off a hit from senior Sydney Hasselbach in the MHSAA Softball District Finals on Saturday, putting the score 2-1....more >>
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Batters close out season

Wolves shared a handshakes and a hug with each of their teammates and coaches as they had their last post-game talk for the season. They finished on Saturday afternoon in the MHSAA Semifinals in a 13-1 loss against Oxford....more >>

One stroke keeps golfers from regionals

One stroke, that's all that was between the Oxford boys' varsity golf team and heading to the MHSAA Regionals. With a score of 326 the Wildcats placed seventh out of 12 teasms at the MHSAA District tournament on May 29 at Coyote Preserve in Fenton....more >>
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Riders become champs

The Clarkston Junior Equestrian team finished as District 2, Division C champions. They were competitive at their meet in Armada as they rode against Oxford, Brandon and Rochester, May 19-20....more >>

Kickers shut out Kettering in first round

The Lady Wolves finished their season last week in the MHSAA District playoffs. The Clarkston Girls Varsity Soccer team opened the playoffs with a 3-0 win over Waterford Kettering, May 28....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 www.clarkston.k12.mi.us/athletics for more!...more >>
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Born July 28th
1901: Harry Bridges, American labor leader.
1902: Kenneth Fearing, poet and novelist (The Big Clock).
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1920: Pancho Villa surrenders to the Mexican government.
1932: The Bonus Army of impoverished World War I veterans is violently pushed out of Washington, D.C.
1941: A Japanese army lands on the coast of Cochin, China (modern day Vietnam).
1945: A B-25 bomber crashes into the Empire State Building in New York City, killing 13 people.
1965: President Lyndon Johnson sends an additional 50,000 troops to South Vietnam.