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Lady Cagers sink win

Senior Carly Giroux caught the pass from sophomore Kayla Russell and sank her first 3-pointer within the first 29 seconds of the season. The momentum only escalated for Clarkston Varsity Girls Basketball as they hosted Walled Lake Western, Dec....more >>

Lady Cats outshoot Brandon

The Lady Wildcat cagers kicked off their season with a 30-25 win over Brandon Friday. Oxford started out slow with seven points in the first quarter after going scoreless for the first four minutes of the game....more >>
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Viazanko view in net

Senior goalie Jack Viazanko put his first shutout of the season in the books as he blocked 44 shots from Northville from getting into the net. It was his second game in the net. For his first game, he blocked 35 of Berkley's 38 shots as the Clarkston Hockey team tied their OAA Red game, 3-3....more >>
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Wolves home this week on court and mat

Grapplers and cagers host their home openers this week and are ready for tough opposition. Clarkston Boys Varsity Basketball team hosts their home opener against Ferndale on Friday....more >>

Title winners sign up to continue sports careers

Three Lady Wolves are ready for the next step after signing their names to colleges next fall. Sami Stelpflug is heading to University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; Brianna Frakes, Robert Morris University; and Katie Chadwell, Oakland University....more >>

Overtime goal for win

Icers split the week with games in the OAA Red. Clarkston Varsity Hockey team began the week on Friday with a 5-0 loss against Rochester United at Onyx Ice Arena. The Wolves found themselves in penalty trouble eight times in which three shorthanded goals occurred....more >>
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Born October 4th
1884: Damon Runyon, journalist and short story writer.
1895: Buster (Joseph F.) Keaton, star of silent film comedies including Sherlock, Jr. and The General.
1919: Rene Marques, Puerto Rican playwright and short story writer.
1923: Charlton Heston, American film actor.
1928: Alvin Toffler, writer and futurist.
October 4th
in history
1777: At Germantown, Pa., British General Sir William Howe repels George Washington's last attempt to retake Philadelphia, compelling Washington to spend the winter at Valley Forge. Posing as a gunsmith, British Sergeant John Howe served as General Gage's eyes in a restive Massachusetts colony.
1795: General Napoleon Bonaparte leads the rout of counterrevolutionaries in the streets of Paris, beginning his rise to power. Napoleon takes charge.
1861: The Union ship USS South Carolina captures two Confederate blockade runners outside of New Orleans, La. Father John B. Tabb, an unreconstructed Rebel to the end, served the Confederacy aboard blockade runners.
1874: Kiowa leader Satanta, known as the Orator of the Plains, surrenders in Darlington, Texas. He is later sent to the state penitentiary, where he commits suicide October 11, 1878. The life of Satanta.
1905: Orville Wright pilots the first flight longer than 30 minutes. The flight lasted 33 minutes, 17 seconds and covered 21 miles. The Virginia Air and Space Center is home to the Great Aerodrome, which almost beat the Wrights into the air.