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Wolves wear pink and blue for second Football for a Cure

The gridiron gang is getting their gear ready for the annual pre-season scrimmage. After last year's success in their first annual Football for a Cure the boys are suiting up again in pink and blue, Aug....more >>
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Grapplers compete in Junior Olympics

Clarkston High School Seniors Matt Vandermeer and Jeff Sloney are heading to Virginia Beach this week for some sun, some fun and lots of wins. Both are heading to Virginia with Team Michigan to compete in wrestling during the AAU Junior Olympics, starting Aug....more >>
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Cagers work hard, play hard at Fife Camp

Dan Fife was proud as he watched the players in the gym on the hot Friday afternoon. The long-time Boys Varsity Basketball and Hall of Fame coach saw a lot of determination in all of the players during his Dan Fife Basketball Camp....more >>
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Jump by jump

Thirty-five campers jumped, ran and threw through a good time at Clarkston Track and Field Camp. "It's a camp to make sure they have fun and they learn all the events," said John Yorke, Girls Varsity Track Coach....more >>
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Born July 2nd
1900: Tyrone Guthrie, English theater director.
1908: Thurgood Marshall, first African-American Supreme Court Justice.
1916: Barry Gray, radio talk show host.
1918: Robert Sarnoff, president of NBC.
1926: Medgar Evers, American civil rights activist.
July 2nd
in history
1776: The Continental Congress resolves that the American colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States.
1822: Denmark Vesey is executed in Charleston, South Carolina, for planning a massive slave revolt.
1858: Czar Alexander II frees the serfs working on imperial lands.
1863: The Union left flank holds at Little Round Top during the Battle of Gettysburg.
1881: Charles J. Guiteau fatally wounds President James A. Garfield in Washington, D.C.