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3 more wins for playoffs

The field was wet when the gridiron gang ran onto it in their practice gear Monday afternoon, but spirits were high after taking down OAA Red Pontiac, 42-18, at Homecoming. "We just have to continue to make strides in practice," said senior quarterback Mitch Baenziger after last Friday's win....more >>
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Hockey Champion

Junior Drew Canada is prepping for another season in the Wheelchair Hockey League, starting next month. The last season was a great success. The Clarkston High School student helped his team the Michigan Mustangs to become first official U....more >>
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Wolves set to ace Marian tournament

Spikers head into the Marian Invitational this Saturday with sights putting another tournament win under their belt. "It will be a good tournament," said Clarkston High School Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach Kelly Avenall....more >>
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Regionals coming up on the court

Victories came in threes for senior J.P. Budzinski. For the third consecutive year the Clarkston High School Varsity Tennis player won his flight at the Van Dyke Classic on Saturday, this year for Singles #2....more >>
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Born February 8th
1906: Henry Roth, writer (Call it Sleep).
1911: Elizabeth Bishop, poet.
1926: Neal Cassaday, writer, counterculture proponent.
1931: James Dean, film actor and 1950s teenage icon (Rebel Without a Cause, East of Eden, Giant).
1940: Ted Koppel, television journalist.
February 8th
in history
1861: Delegates from seceded states adopt a provisional Confederate Constitution.
1862: Union troops under Gen. Ambrose Burnside defeat a Confederate defense force at the Battle of Roanoke Island, N.C.
1865: Confederate raider William Quantrill and men attack a group of Federal wagons at New Market, Kentucky.
1887: Congress passes the Dawes Act, which gives citizenship to Indians living apart from their tribe.
1900: British General Buller is beaten at Ladysmith, South Africa as the British flee over the Tugela River.