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OHS soccer alumni game July 26

Oxford High School's boys' junior varsity and varsity soccer teams are proud to announce the Fifth Annual Alumni game to be played Friday, July 26 at 7 p.m. at OHS. "It is a great event where the Oxford Soccer Community of the past, present and future come together to celebrate Oxford High School Soccer," said Boys Varsity Head Coach John Thaler....more >>
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Eriksen soars as Eagle

The gridiron heroes are keeping busy during the summer by finding the best school for them after they graduate in 2014. Clarkston High School running back Ian Eriksen is the most recent of the Wolfpack to commit to college....more >>
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Borg to wrestle at EMU

After being unsure of where to continue his college wrestling career, 2013 graduate Rocco Borg made his decision a couple weeks ago and signed an agreement with Eastern Michigan University....more >>
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Prepping for College

Nick Vandermeer is using his summer preparing for college by taking on more competition. The 2013 Clarkston High School graduate recently competed in the America's Cup in Los Angeles, California with the Michigan Dream team....more >>
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Campers learn track basics

Campers grabbed a yellow whiffle ball, held them up with their dominant hand and began practicing their throws in the shot put event during the Youth Track and Field Camp on July 17....more >>

Camp sharpens skills on basketball court

BY ANDREW MILLER Special to The Clarkston News The Clarkston boys' basketball program is known to have players who are hardworking, dedicated, and willing to put in the extra effort to be the best....more >>

Wolves prepare to battle for cure

The Clarkston Wolves gridiron gang will trade their blue and gold jerseys for pink and light blue for their Fifth Annual Football for a Cure, their pre-season scrimmage, on Saturday, Aug....more >>
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Born September 15th
1890: Claude McKay, poet and novelist, part of the Harlem Renaissance.
1894: Jean Renoir, French film director (Grand Illusion, The Rules of the Game).
1901: Sir Howard Bailey, British engineer who gave his name to a prefabricated bridge used extensively during World War II.
1926: Bobby Short, singer and pianist.
1945: Jesse Norman, soprano.
September 15th
in history
1928: Scottish bacteriologist Alexander Fleming discovers, by accident, that the mold penicillin has an antibiotic effect.
1935: In Berlin, the Reich under Adolf Hitler adopts the swastika as the national flag.Unprecedented in history, the Nuremberg Trial brought high-ranking Nazis to justice.
1937: Prime Minister of England Neville Chamberlain flies to Germany to discuss the future of Czechoslovakia with Adolf Hitler.Germany's Venlo sting completely compromised an already shaky British Intelligence network in Western Europe.
1939: The Polish submarine Orzel arrives in Tallinn, Estonia, after escaping the German invasion of Poland.The Polish submarine Orzel escaped from internment and went on to fight the Germans against long odds.
1950: U.N. Forces, lead by the U.S. Marine Corps, invade occupied Korea at the port of Inchon. Considered the greatest amphibious attack in history, it is the zenith of General Douglas MacArthur's career. In 1950, as U.S. Marines tried to fight their way out of a Chinese trap, Korea suffered its worst winter of the century.