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Heartbreaking loss

Freshman Brenden Newvine threw the football as Lake Orion defense closed in. Senior Chris Canada caught the 58-yard pass. He turned around and headed into the endzone, scoring five minutes into the second half of the game....more >>
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Quick in elementary race

Brothers Nathan and Jacob Murray enjoy biking, swimming and running. Their passion showed as they broke records on Oct. 7 at the 8th Annual Cross Country Challenge run for elementary students in Clarkston....more >>

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Wolves lose to Lake Orion in double overtime

Senior Michael Nacy grabbed his loose shoe off the field and quickly ran forward as Lake Orion players moved in. The defenseman blocked the Dragons from invading Clarkston territory during the first overtime period in the boys district playoff game, Oct....more >>

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Spikers down Lake Orion in OAA Red play

Stephanie Marani and Gianna Locricchio jumped into the air and blocked West Bloomfield's return. The ball touched their hands, went back onto the Lady Lakers side and hit the gym floor....more >>

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Runners on the go

The Boys Cross Country team finished third in the final OAA Jamboree last Thursday. They scored 84 points, finished behind first place Lake Orion and second place Birmingham Seaholm....more >>
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Born August 4th
1805: William Rowan Hamilton, Irish scientist.
1901: Louis Armstrong, legendary jazz trumpeter.
1912: Raoul Wallenberg, Swedish diplomat credited with saving nearly 100,000 Budapest Jews during World War II.
1958: Mary Decker Slaney, American athlete, winner of seven track and field records.
August 4th
in history
1717: A friendship treaty is signed between France and Russia.
1789: The Constituent Assembly in France abolishes the privileges of nobility.
1790: The Revenue Cutter service, the parent service of the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard, is organized.
1864: Federal troops fail to capture Fort Gaines on Dauphin Island, one of the Confederate forts defending Mobile Bay.
1875: The first Convention of Colored Newspapermen is held in Cincinnati, Ohio.