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Cats pound the rock on Farmington

When the time came late in Friday night's homecoming game against Farmington, every Wildcat knew what needed to be done. The score was tied at 28-28 and the Wildcats needed a long drive....more >>
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Homecoming victory, 51-0

Gridiron heroes are preparing for one of their biggest battles of the season for the league title this Friday against the Cougars. "Stoney Creek is a very good football team," said Clarkston Varsity Football Head Coach Kurt Richardson going into the game....more >>
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Swim coach looks to captains for motivation

As far as "outlook on the season," Girls Swim and Dive Coach Jacquelyn Rank is expecting this to be their "best swim and dive season yet." "We have some very talented incoming swimmers to go along with our more veteran swimmers and divers," Rank said....more >>
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Athlete of The Week

Stuart breaks tie

Sophomore Ian Stuart was the last to step onto the court against Rochester with the score 4-4, Sept. 13. Stuart admitted he began the match against Falcons' Collin Perozich for Clarkston Boys Varsity Tennis team really slow....more >>
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Cross-country looks to compete in league

Fifty-one runners makes this the largest cross country team in Oxford High School history, according to Head Coach Matt Johnson, who has 38 boys and 13 girls running this season. "The kids were excited we had to take two buses to go somewhere, which is cool," Johnson noted....more >>
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Wolves set golden history

It was a day not too many people will forget in Clarkston Boys Varsity Tennis when sophomore Alexis Haselwanter went against Farmington on Sept. 17. Haselwanter didn't lose a single point against Farmington's Yaswanth Kamety and earned Golden Match accolades....more >>
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Kickers shut down Holly, fall to Athens

The Wolves finished last week posting a 4-0 shutout against Holly on Thursday. "Our bench gave us a lift tonight," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer Coach Curtis Payment. "When they went in it was a good lift and that is what a team is about....more >>

Wolfpack Update

Clarkston Girls Swim & Dive team remain undefeated after two more wins over Troy and Seaholm last week. The Lady Wolves beat Troy last Thursday, 127-59, and took first in 11 out of 12 events....more >>
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Born August 1st
1779: Francis Scott Key, author of the Star Spangled Banner.
1818: Maria Mitchell, the first female astronomer in the U.S.
1819: Herman Melville, author of Moby Dick
1942: Jerry Garcia, lead singer of the Grateful Dead.
1951: Jim Carroll, musician and writer of The Basketball Diaries.
August 1st
in history
1689: James II's 15-week siege of Londonderry, Ireland, ends in failure.It was a shaken and demoralized English column that returned to its northern Irish base at Newry on the evening of May 28, 1595.
1740: Thomas Arne's song Rule Britannia is performed for the first time.
1759: British and Hanoverian armies defeat the French at the Battle of Minden, Germany.
1790: The first enumeration by the U.S. Census Bureau is completed. It shows a population of 3,939,326 located in 16 states and the Ohio territory. Virginia is the most populous state with 747,610 inhabitants. The census compilation cost $44,377.
1791: Robert Carter III, a Virginia plantation owner, frees all 500 of his slaves in the largest private emancipation in U.S. history.An 1839 mutiny aboard a Spanish ship in Cuban waters raised basic questions about freedom and slavery in the United States.