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Cats go 1-2 in Owosso tourney

The Lady Cats won one game and lost two at the April 3 tournament held at Owosso High School, bringing their record to 2-11. The girls beat Haslett High School 13-4. Cheryl Banas went 4-5, scored 2 runs and had 1 RBI, Madison Dinges went 1-3, scored 2 runs and had 1 RBI, Skye Donaldson went 3-4, scored 3 runs and had 1 RBI....more >>

Boys LAX may have found its spring stride

The Wildcats started off the week with a tough league loss of 11-5 to Rochester Adams, but by Friday night Oxford may have found its spring stride after dropping West Bloomfield at home 15-2 in Oakland Activities Association action....more >>
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Born July 6th
1910: Dorothy Kirsten, opera singer.
1921: Nancy Reagan, wife of President Ronald Reagan.
1927: Bill Haley, rock 'n' roll musician.
1935: Dalai Lama [Tenzin Gyatso], Tibetan religious leader, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
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1685: James II defeats James, the Duke of Monmouth, at the Battle of Sedgemoor, the last major battle to be fought on English soil.
1770: The entire Ottoman fleet is destroyed by the Russians at the battle of Cesme.
1788: 10,000 troops are called out in Paris as unrest mounts in the poorer districts over poverty and lack of food.
1835: John Marshall, the third chief justice of the Supreme Court, dies at the age of 79. Two days later, while tolling in his honor in Philadelphia, the Liberty Bell cracks.
1836: French General Thomas Bugeaud defeats Abd al-Kader's forces beside the Sikkak River in Algeria.