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Battered Black Hawks buckle before conquering Cats

The Oxford Wildcats lit off some offensive fireworks on Friday night, erupting for nine touchdowns in a 62-7 rout of Bloomfield Hills. Coach Bud Rowley's starters played a little more than one half of the game while the Black Hawks' starters played the entire time....more >>
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Eriksen rushes Wolves to win

The gridiron heroes put their first win of the season in the books last Friday after beating West Bloomfield, 41-18. "It was good to have Ian Eriksen back," said Clarkston Varsity Football Head Coach Kurt Richardson....more >>
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New coach brings passion to the ice

Following his retirement last year after four seasons as head hockey coach for Notre Dame Prep, Oxford resident Bob Rosbury thought he would take it easy and offer a little bit of assistance to Oxford varsity team, but then his phone rang....more >>
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Athletes of The Week

Anchors in defense

The Wolves have faced tough teams the first few weeks of the season and seniors Jared D'Autremont, Mitch McCord and Jack O'Rilley have helped out in each challenge. "They are our senior anchors in defense," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer Coach Curtis Payment....more >>

Booters continue winning ways

The Oxford varsity boy soccer team continues to dominate as they've increased their overall season record to 5-0 and 2-0 in the OAA Blue after a defeating North Farmington 4-2 on Sept....more >>
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DeFinis tops Adams in shutout

Six minutes is all the Wolves needed to build a lead in their home opener against Rochester Adams on Sept. 3. Senior Brad Schultz led the ball towards the Highlanders' net then passed it to junior Joey DeFinis, who put it into the left corner of the net with less than six minutes into the game....more >>
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Everest rules field

Clarkston Everest Collegiate Varsity soccer team defeated two teams last week. They opened with a 4-2 win over Allen Park Cabrini in a battle of Catholic League foes, September 5....more >>
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Spikers lose to Lake Orion in quarterfinals

The Wildcat varsity volleyball team traveled to Grand Blanc over the weekend to compete in the Grand Blanc Classic, which consisted of 14 teams. They placed second in their pool. The Cats beat Lapeer East and split with Clarkston and lost two to St....more >>

Wolfpack Update

Runners competed in the West Bloomfield/Brother Rice Invitational at Kensington Metropark on Saturday. Grant Henley led the Clarkston Boys Cross Country team in Division 1, finishing in the top 15 in the 14th spot in 17:30....more >>
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Mountaineers climb to new heights

When the Mountaineers of Everest Collegiate High School hit the gridiron for home games this year, it's on their own turf. This is the first year the high school has its own football program, said head coach Michael Pruchnicki....more >>
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Born October 10th
1900: Helen Hayes, American actress.
1901: Alberto Giacometti, sculptor and painter.
1920: Thelonius Monk, jazz pianist and composer.
1924: James Clavell, novelist (Shogun, Noble House).
1930: Harold Pinter, British playwright (The Homecoming, Betrayal).
October 10th
in history
1877: Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer is buried at West Point in New York.Tom Custer Died Alongside Brother George.
1911: Revolution in China begins with a bomb explosion and the discovery of revolutionary headquarters in Hankow. The revolutionary movement spread rapidly through west and southern China, forcing the abdication of the last Ch'ing emperor, six-year-old Henry Pu-Yi. By October 26, the Chinese Republic will be proclaimed, and on December 4, Premier Yuan Shih-K'ai will sign a truce with rebel general Li Yuan-hung.
1911: The Panama Canal opens.
1933: At Rio de Janeiro, nations of the Western Hemisphere sign a non-aggression and conciliation treaty. President Roosevelt adopts a good neighbor policy toward Latin America and announces a policy of nonintervention in Latin American affairs at the December 7th International American Conference at Montevideo, Uruguay.
1941: Soviet troops halt the German advance on Moscow. Soviet raids over Berlin in 1941.