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Golfers finish fifth at regionals

"I'm not disappointed in you. I'm disappointed for you," those were the words Boys Varsity Golf Coach Terry Kelley said to his boys after placing Fifth with a 325 score at Regionals on May 29 at Davison Country Club....more >>

Lady Cats season ends on field at districts

The Lady Booters' season came to end after the Wildcats were shut down 7-0 against Stoney Creek in the OAA District Finals on May 27. Knowing that Stoney had edge in about every area, than Oxford, Wildcats Head Coach Robert Euashka said the game plan was simple....more >>
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Wildcats Blue 11U team wins tourney

On Sunday, May 18, the Oxford Wildcats Blue 11U Federation Team won the FAAST May Bash in Royal Oak. In their second tournament of the season, the Wildcats went undefeated in four games to bring home the trophy....more >>

8U Federation team off to great start

The 8U Oxford Wildcats Federation baseball team is off to a great start. In March, they were champions at The Slug It Out tournament at Oakland Yard. During this tournament their record was 3-1....more >>
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Born March 3rd
1911: Jean Harlow, (Hell's Angels, Dinner at Eight).
1916: Robert Whitehead, Broadway producer (Bus Stop, A Man for All Seasons).
1918: Arthur Kornberg, Nobel Prize-winning biochemist.
1920: Robert Searle, cartoonist.
1926: James Merrill, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet (Divine Comedies).
March 3rd
in history
1918: The Soviets and Germany sign a peace treaty at Brest-Litovsk depriving the Soviets of White Russia.
1919: Boeing flies the first U.S. international airmail from Vancouver, British Columbia to Seattle, Washington.
1923: The first issue of Time magazine is published. It's editor, Henry R. Luce, is just out of Yale.
1931: President Herbert Hoover signs a bill that makes Francis Scott Key's Star Spangled Banner, the national anthem.
1939: In Bombay, Gandhi begins a fast to protest the state's autocratic rule.