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Cats score early, often against Lathrup

If the Oxford Wildcats make the state playoffs, Coach Bud Rowley's team will have to get by Oak Park High School on Friday. Last week, the Wildcats pummeled Southfield Lathrup, 49-15, to improve to 3-3 in the OAA White Division and 3-4 overall....more >>
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Wolves clinch playoff spot

The Wolves clinched their sixth win and a playoff spot last Friday with their 42-0 win over Troy. Now the Clarkston Varsity Football team is gearing up for their crosstown rivals Lake Orion and to hold onto their lead in the OAA Red this week....more >>

Spikers finish second at Oxford Invite

The Oxford varsity volleyball team has made huge strides in the past few weeks, according to Head Coach Kristi McDevitt. The Wildcats are currently undefeated in the OAA Red with a 3-0 record after sweeping Bloomfield Hills, Seaholm, and Troy....more >>

Shutout kicks off playoffs

Kickers shut out Carman Ainsworth on Monday in the first round of MHSAA Districts playoffs, 6-0. "We did pretty good," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer Coach Curtis Payment. "It was a frustrating beginning of the game because we just couldn't seem to break down their defense....more >>
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Paving road to finals

Many teams eye the state finals at the beginning of the season - one of them was the Clarkston Boys Varsity Tennis team. The vision turned into reality last Thursday as the Wolves scored 19 points during the MHSAA Regional meet sending them to the state finals....more >>

North Farmington outpowers Lady Wildcat swimmers

The Lady Wildcat Swim & Dive team held their second of three home meets on the season and lost to North Farmington 124-62. We are now 3 - 3 overall and 2 - 3 in our league," said Head Coach Jacquelyn Rank....more >>
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Spikers take out two

Spikers took down two more OAA Red foes last week showing Troy and Stoney Creek what they are made of finishing both games, 3-0. The Clarkston Varsity Volleyball team ended the week defeating Stoney Creek last Thursday, 25-20, 25-22, 25-13....more >>
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Wolves break streak to head to state finals this week

The Wolves checked off one more item on their goal list for Fall 2013 as they scored 19 points at the MHSAA Tennis Regionals - qualifying them for the state finals last Thursday. "It was a great day for the team," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Tennis Coach Chas Claus....more >>

Wolfpack Update

The Lady Wolves took first place at the Gabriel Richard Invitational at Hudson Mills Metropark on Saturday. The Clarkston Girls Cross Country Varsity team scored 66 points to take the top spot....more >>
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Born December 27th
1822: Louis Pasteur, French chemist and microbiologist.
1829: Hinton Helper, southern abolitionist who wrote The Impending Crisis.
1901: Marlene Dietrich, German-born singer and actress.
1943: Cokie Roberts, American broadcast journalist.
December 27th
in history
1512: The laws of Burgos give New World natives legal protection against abuse and authorize Negro slavery.
1831: HMS Beagle, with Charles Darwin on board, departs from Plymouth. She will eventually visit the Galapagos Islands where Darwin will form his theories on evolution.
1862: Union General William Rosecrans' army begins moving slowly toward Murfreesboro.
1913: Charles Moyer, president of the Miners Union, is shot in the back and dragged through the streets of Chicago.
1915: In Ohio, iron and steel workers go on strike for an eight-hour day and higher wages.