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Close win keeps Cats' playoff hopes alive

Oxford's hopes for a playoff spot are still alive following a late field goal that netted the Wildcats a 20-18 victory over Oak Park on Friday. The Wildcats improved to 4-4 on the season and must travel in the crossover game to West Bloomfield (5-3) on Friday to play the Lakers in an effort to qualify for the state playoffs....more >>
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Third time Dragon slayers

Seniors Jacob Gozdor and Andrew Murray hoisted up the water jug and dumped it in celebration after the Wolves not only defeated Lake Orion but claimed their third consecutive OAA Red Championship....more >>
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Athlete of the Week

Schultz aids Wolves

Senior forward Brad Schultz crossed the soccer ball to teammate Alex Trim during the first round of MHSAA Soccer District playoffs against Carman Ainsworth, Oct. 14. Trim scored off the pass and it was the first of six goals for the Wolves as they defeated the Cavs, 6-0....more >>

Netting wins

Spikers faced six tough competitors last week and came out with five wins. They traveled to Beast of the East on Saturday where they went 3-1 for the day - beating Flushing, South Lyon and Mercy....more >>

Clarkston finishes season as ninth

It was a successful visit to the MHSAA Tennis State Finals as the Wolves tied for ninth place out of 22 teams at Midland Tennis Center. "We had a great weekend," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Tennis Coach Chas Claus....more >>

Goals to drop times at regionals

Runners are preparing for tough competition as they head to the MHSSA Cross Country Regionals this Saturday. "It looks pretty good," said Kevin Breen, coach for the Clarkston Girls Cross Country team....more >>

Kickers claim district title with shutouts

A briskness is in the air just in time for the Wolves to kick in the next round of playoffs this week. "It is an exciting time of year," said Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer Coach Curtis Payment....more >>

Mountaineers continue strong

Clarkston Everest Collegiate defeated Dearborn Star International on Oct. 4, 54-6 Lucas Neme opened the scoring with a 44-yard touchdown run. He was the leading rusher with 68 yards on four carries and one touchdown....more >>
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Born November 1st
1798: Benjamin Lee Guinness, Irish brewer.
1818: Jems Renwick, architect.
1828: Balfour Steward, Scottish physicist and meteorologist.
1871: Stephen Crane, poet and novelist (The Red Badge of Courage).
1880: Sholem Asch, Polish-born American novelist and playwright (The Nazarene, The Mother).
November 1st
in history
1755: A great earthquake at Lisbon, Spain, kills over 50,000 people.
1765: The Stamp Act goes into effect in the British colonies.
1861: Lieutenant General Winfield Scott, 50 year-veteran and leader of the U.S. Army at the onset of the Civil War, retires. General George McClellan is appointed general-in-chief of the Union armies. The Proving Ground.
1866: Wild woman of the west Myra Maybelle Shirley marries James C. Reed in Collins County, Texas.
1869: Louis Riel seizes Fort Garry, Winnipeg, during the Red River Rebellion.