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Cagers' season ends in district play

After winning their first league title in 33 years a week prior, the Wildcat's Boys Varsity Basketball team saw its magical winning season come to an end after a hard 48-30 loss to Stoney Creek in the MHSAA District finals March 6....more >>
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District champs

Third time was a charm, as the Wolves snagged the MHSAA District Championship trophy with Friday's win. "We missed the last two years so it is good to be back," smiled Dan Fife, long-time head coach for the Clarkston Varsity Boys Basketball team....more >>

Season ends at states

Senior grapplers Jake Dionne, Greg Miller, Tyler Slating and Cameron Wilkie finished the season before the MHSAA Wrestling State Finals completed on March 1. "They gave their best effort and it just fell short," said Clarkston Varsity Wrestling Coach Derek Moscovic....more >>
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Born July 25th
1853: David Belasco, actor, playwright and producer.
1880: Morris Raphel Cohen, American philosopher and mathematician.
1902: Eric Hoffer, American longshoreman and philosopher (The True Believer, Before the Sabbath),
1907: Johnny Hodges, jazz musician.
1927: Midge Decter, writer and editor.
July 25th
in history
0: Emperor Constantine refuses to carry out traditional pagan sacrifices.
1394: Charles VI of France issues a decree for the general expulsion of Jews from France.
1564: Maximillian II becomes emperor of the Holy Roman Empire.
1587: Hideyoshi bans Christianity in Japan and orders all Christians to leave.
1759: British forces defeat a French army at Fort Niagara in Canada.