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Taking charge out of Lathrup

Fans in blue and gold erupted with cheers during the fourth quarter as the Wolves posted more points on the board against visiting Southfield-Lathrup. Clarkston ended the OAA Red battle with their tenth win in the season with a 71-53 victory....more >>
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Taking over the lanes

The pins fall back as the bowling ball strikes them and the Clarkston Boys Varsity Bowling team celebrates with the teammate who made it happen. The Wolves have been working hard after school at Cherry Hill Lanes North on their techniques and their skills to get to their 5-1 record....more >>
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Calvano aids in victories in tournament

Grapplers head into their last week of the regular season after posting wins and losses last week. They ended the week with four wins and one loss at the annual Macomb-Oakland Duals at Waterford Kettering on Saturday....more >>

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Rivalry heats up

The battle for the OAA Red league title against Lake Orion ended in defeat on Saturday night. The Wolves lost 2-1 in an overtime battle with their cross town rivals in front of a packed house at Detroit Skating Club....more >>

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Remaining undefeated

The Lady Wolves held onto their undefeated record by outscoring Pontiac in the second half of their home game last Friday. With the 55-46 win, the girls are now 13-0 overall. Clarkston closed the first half of the game six points behind the Lady Phoenix....more >>
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Making a big splash in tri-meet

The Wolves picked up two victories last week. The Clarkston Boys Varsity Swim team won all 12 events in a tri-meet they held at the high school on Jan. 26. They beat Berkley High School, 142-44 and Southfield, 149-29....more >>
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Born March 26th
1850: Edward Bellamy, writer (Looking Backward).
1859: A.E. Houseman, poet (A Shropshire Lad).
1874: Robert Frost, poet, multiple Pulitzer Prize-winner.
1880: Duncan Hines, U.S. restaurant guide author
1904: Joseph Campbell, folklorist and writer.
March 26th
in history
1804: The territory of New Orleans is organized in the Louisiana Purchase.
1827: German composer Ludwig Van Beethoven dies in Vienna. He had been deaf for the later part of his life, but said on his death bed I shall hear in heaven.
1832: Famed western artist George Catlin begins his voyage up the Missouri River aboard the American Fur Company steamship Yellowstone.
1885: Eastman Film Co. manufactures the first commercial motion picture film.
1913: The Balkan allies take Adrianople.