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Lady Wolves finish their last set

Spikers closed their season after they lost in the fourth game to Farmington Hills Mercy in the Class A Quarterfinals on Nov. 16. "There was a little bit of disappointment," said Clarkston Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach Kelly Avenall....more >>
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Athlete of the Week

Ready for the championship

Ty Gallagher is heading to Ford Field in Detroit for the NFL's Pass, Punt & Kick State Championship on Dec. 5. The second-grader from Independence Elementary started in September competing in the 6-7 year-old division....more >>

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Wolves rally leads to first OAA Red win

Goalie Troy Fasseel shifted and blocked Birmingham Unified from scoring on their shot. The clock continued to count down the last 17 seconds in the second period. Brad Pizzey hustled to the puck before Birmingham Unified tried to break the 2-2 tie on Thursday night....more >>

Fresh look at Lady Wolves field

Spring might seem far away but when it comes the softball fields at Clarkston High School will be ready to go after their recent touches. Don Peters, Girls Varsity Softball Head Coach, noticed a few things needing improvement to the dugouts and around the field....more >>

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Lee on the links

Clarkston High School grad Minjoo Lee captured her third career Choice Hotels Big South Golfer of the Week award after claiming individual and team championships at the Wendy's Invitational in Charleston, South Carolina....more >>
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Born August 5th
1876: Mary Ritter Beard, American historian and writer.
1906: John Houston, film director of such movies as The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and The Maltese Falcon.
1908: Miriam Rothschild, English scientist and writer.
1923: Richard G. Kleindienst, one of the key officials who helped elect Richard Nixon to the presidency in 1969.
1930: Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon.
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1864: The Union Navy captures Mobile Bay in Alabama.
1892: Harriet Tubman receives a pension from Congress for her work as a nurse, spy and scout during the Civil War.
1914: The British Expeditionary Force mobilizes for World War I.
1914: The first electric traffic signal lights are installed in Cleveland, Ohio.
1915: The Austro-German Army takes Warsaw, in present-day Poland, on the Eastern Front.