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Last push for Cagers' win

Junior Erika Davenport and senior Kacy Robinson each put three points on the board with less than two minutes left in the third quarter as the Lady Wolves hosted Stoney Creek last Friday....more >>
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Lessons to learn on the court

Cagers did not have on their list of goals for 2014 to lose their first game back from break. But after a physical battle against Orchard Lake St. Mary's last Friday the Clarkston Varsity Boys Basketball began the new year with their first loss of the season, 59-51....more >>
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Athlete of the Week

Robinson boosts score

Senior Kacy Robinson took her shot quickly with seven seconds left in the third quarter against Stoney Creek last Friday. The basketball swished through the net for three points, giving the Lady Wolves the lead, 25-23....more >>
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Born February 1st
1878: Hattie Caraway, first woman elected to the U.S. Senate.
1901: Clark Gable, American film actor (Mutiny on the Bounty, Gone With the Wind).
1902: Langston Hughes, African-American poet
1931: Boris Yeltsin, The first president of the Republic of Russia and prime minister of the Russian Federation.
February 1st
in history
1587: Elizabeth I, Queen of England, signs the Warrant of Execution for Mary Queen of Scots.
1633: The tobacco laws of Virginia are codified, limiting tobacco production to reduce dependence on a single-crop economy.
1793: France declares war on Britain and the Netherlands.
1861: A furious Governor Sam Houston storms out of a legislative session upon learning that Texas has voted 167-7 to secede from the Union.
1902: U.S. Secretary of State John Hay protests Russian privileges in China as a violation of the open door policy.