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Cagers look foward to Southfield rematch

Cagers gave West Bloomfield their second loss in the OAA Red last Thursday, beating the home team 60-50. "Defensively we were pretty good," said long-time Clarkston Boys Varsity Basketball Coach Dan Fife....more >>
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Clarkston heads into OAA Red battle against Dragons

Icers secured second place in the OAA Red on Saturday night after they closed game against Rochester United with a 3-1 win. "I am happy with their win," said Clarkston Varsity Hockey Coach Bryan Krygier about the boys' performance....more >>
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Athletes of the Week

Soaring above the rim

The Clarkston High School Girls JV Basketball team have led the court during the first half of the season. They currently have 11 wins and have only lost one game. "We've been playing pretty well," said Mike Greve, head coach....more >>

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Cagers unravel Raiders

Junior Nick Tatu led Cagers in their victory over North Farmington Friday night, handing them their first loss in the OAA Red. He scored six 3-pointers and a basket to put 22 points on the board in the 66-35 game....more >>

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Stelpflug secures spot at state finals

Birmingham Groves beat Clarkston in easy fashion Thursday night 74-115, however, senior Ken Stelpflug once again qualifies for Division I time by an incredible 12 seconds in the 500 meter freestyle....more >>

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Sports in a Flash - Wrestling

Five grapplers were undefeated last Wednesday while the team split their duals. Cameron Wilkie (119), Chris Calvano (152), Michael Henige (160), Matt Vandermeer (171) and Scott Devos (285) helped aid the team with points against Avondale and Rochester Adams....more >>

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Sports in a Flash - Bowling

The Varsity Boys Bowling team finished fourth overall in the Oakland County Championship on Saturday. "I was extremely pleased," said Coach Rodney Pierson. "Had this been Regionals, they would have qualified for States....more >>
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Born July 24th
1895: Robert Graves, poet and novelist (Goodbye to All That).
1897: Amelia Earhart, aviation pioneer.
1900: Zelda Sayre, writer (Save me the Waltz).
1916: John D. MacDonald, author.
1920: Bella Abzug, the first Jewish woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.
July 24th
in history
1847: The first members of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) arrive in Utah, settling in present-day Salt Lake City.
1862: The eighth president of the United States, Martin Van Buren, dies at the age of 79.
1897: African-American soldiers of the 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps arrive in St. Louis, Mo., after completing a 40-day bike ride from Missoula, Montana.
1941: The U.S. government denounces Japanese actions in Indochina.
1942: The Soviet city of Rostov is captured by German troops.