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Wolves stampede Colts

Senior running back Evan Montgomery looked back as Troy defensive linemen closed in at the seven yardline in Colts territory. They brought Montgomery down three yards short after an 87-yard run down the middle of the field....more >>
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Athlete of The Week

Off-season success

Nick Vandermeer took his wrestling skills on the road during the summer. The Clarkston High School junior joined Team Michigan as they battle in the Junior Olympics in New Orleans....more >>
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Tanielian leads the pack

The rough terrain was filled with runners but it was the Wolves succeeding at the Chesaning Invitational. The Clarkston High School Boys Cross Country team took first place at the meet last Thursday....more >>

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Kickers host Youth Night, Thursday

Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer team fell to Stoney Creek, 2-0, in their OAA Red match-up last Thursday. "The first half was back and forth and the boys were playing well," said Coach Chuck Lawhorn....more >>
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Born July 26th
1875: Carl Jung, Swiss psychologist.
1893: George Grosz, German satiric artist.
1895: Gracie Allen, actress, wife and foil of George Burns.
1895: Robert Graves, poet and novelist ( I Claudius).
1914: Erskine Hawkins, trumpeter.
July 26th
in history
1848: The French army suppresses the Paris uprising.
1886: William Gladstone is replaced by Lord Salisbury as Prime Minister of England.
1918: Britain's top war ace, Edward Mannock, is shot down by ground fire on the Western Front.
1920: The 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution is ratified.
1948: In an Executive Order, President Harry Truman calls for the end of discrimination and segregation in the U.S. armed forces.