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Blue Jays swallow Cats

The Oxford Wildcats had too many missed opportunities against the best team in the OAA White Division on Friday and lost 21-0 to the Southfield Blue Jays. Oxford fell to 2-4 overall and 2-3 in league play in a game that saw the Wildcats come oh-so-close to the end zone twice only to see the Blue Jays march downfield on their subsequent possessions for scores....more >>
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Wolves' eye win over Troy

The gridiron heroes are gearing up this week to continue their control on the OAA Red and clinch their playoff spot. The boys head to Troy (2-4, 2-3 OAA Red) and Kurt Richardson, Clarkston Varsity Football head coach, isn't taking the numbers in their record lightly....more >>
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Athletes of The Week

Leading the way

When the Clarkston Girls Swim and Dive team beat Seaholm for the first time in Lady Wolves history on Sept. 17 senior captains Kathryn Culver, Jessica Moster, Sivhaun Sera, Sami Stelpflug and Natalie Vela helped to lead the way....more >>
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Spikers score first win in OAA Red

Emily Malinowski and Katie Chadwell blocked the incoming volleyball from North Farmington, sending it back over the net. The Lady Raiders were unable to return it - giving Wolves another point to boost them to 6-0 in the third game last Thursday at Clarkston High School....more >>

Wolves clinch league

Twelve long years have passed since the Wolves won the league title and they broke the streak last Thursday earning a share of the OAA White title. "It was a major accomplishment for us," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Tennis Coach Chas Claus....more >>
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Kickers shut down Cougars

The last home game was eventful for the kickers on Oct. 1 - they celebrated 30 years of Clarkston soccer, it was the first alumni night, and they had a huge win over a league foe as they shut out Stoney Creek 2-0....more >>

Wolfpack Update

Swimmers took second place at the Oakland County meet on Saturday at Lake Orion with 244 points. Farmington Hills Mercy took first place with 429 points. and Birmingham Marian took third with 220....more >>
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Born October 9th
1873: Charles Rudolph Walgreen, the father of the modern drugstore.
1879: Max von Laue, German physicist.
1899: Bruce Catton, U.S. historian and journalist, famous for his works on the Civil War.
1909: Jacques Tati, French actor and director.
1940: John Lennon, English musician, one of the Beatles.
October 9th
in history
1941: President Franklin D. Roosevelt requests congressional approval for arming U.S. merchant ships. As their escorts turned away, the ships of the doomed Allied convoy, PQ-17, followed orders and began to disperse in the Arctic waters.
1946: Eugene O'Neill's play The Iceman Cometh opens at the Martin Beck Theatre in New York.
1949: Harvard Law School begins admitting women. Women in the Workplace: Education.
1950: U.N. forces, led by the First Cavalry Division, cross the 38th parallel in South Korea and begin attacking northward towards the North Korean capital of Pyongyang. A year after leaving West Point, Lt. Joe Kingston was en route to Korea, where he, like a lot of others, found himself retreating and advancing in a single day.
1983: The president of South Korea, Doo Hwan Chun, with his cabinet and other top officials are scheduled to lay a wreath on a monument in Rangoon, Burma, when a bomb explodes. Hwan had not yet arrived so escaped injury, but 17 Koreans--including the deputy prime minister and two other cabinet members--and two Burmese are killed. North Korea is blamed.