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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 September 23rd
1800: William Holmes McGuffey, educator famous for his book Eclectic Readers.
1838: Victoria Chaflin Woodhull, the first woman presidential candidate (1872) in the United States.
1863: Mary Church Terrell, educator and civil rights advocate.
1865: Emmuska Orczy, baroness and author of The Scarlet Pimpernel.
1889: Walter Lippmann, journalist, one of the founders of The New Republic Magazine in 1914.
September 23rd
in history
1788: Louis XVI of France declares the Parliament restored.
1795: A national plebiscite approves the new French constitution, but so many voters sustain that the results are suspect. Napoleon takes charge.
1803: British Major General Sir Arthur Wellesley defeats the Marathas at Assaye, India.
1805: Lieutenant Zebulon Pike pays $2,000 to buy from the Sioux a 9-square-mile tract at the mouth of the Minnesota River that will be used to establish a military post, Fort Snelling.
1806: The Lewis and Clark Expedition arrives back in St. Louis just over three years after its departure.Ken Burns' unique vision of the American West.