Source: Sherman Publications

Wolfpack Update

September 25, 2013

Clarkston Girls Swim & Dive team remain undefeated after two more wins over Troy and Seaholm last week.

The Lady Wolves beat Troy last Thursday, 127-59, and took first in 11 out of 12 events.

For relay races Megan Stelpflug, Sami Stelpflug, Natalie Vela and Kathryn Culver took first in the 200-yard medley relay. Culver, Sami, CJ Hughes and Ceren Ege took first in the 200-yard freestyle relay. Hughes, Ege, Megan and Emma Barnes finished in 3:51.74 for the 400-yard freestyle relay.

Three swimmers took first in multiple individual events: Culver, 200-yard freestyle, 1:57.25; and 100-yard backstroke, 1:02.2; Sami, 200-yard IM, 2:12.08; and 500-yard freestyle; 5.15.80; and Hughes, 50-yard freestyle, 25.10; and 100-yard freestyle, 55.22.

Nicole Hurst took first in diving, and Vela, 100-yard butterfly, 1:04.59.

They beat Seaholm on Sept. 17, 96-90, taking first in eight events.

Sami took first in the 200-yard IM; Culver, 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle; Rebecca Didion, diving; Megan, 500-yard freestyle; 200-yard freestyle relay; Ege, 100-yard backstroke and 400-yard freestyle relay.

The girls host Birmingham Groves on Thursday and head in with an overall 7-0 record.

The meet begins at 6 p.m.

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Runners took on the league in their first jamboree for the season at Bloomer Park, Sept. 17.

The Clarkston Girls Cross Country team finished in fifth place with 132 points. Birmingham Seaholm took first with 22 points.

Senior Sage Beauregard led the team, finishing in 20th place at 20:28.5. Finishing off the top five runners were freshman Alex Gladding took 24th place; junior Helen Jeffers, 28th; sophomore Kelsey Hunt, 29th; and sophomore Kaitlyn Cavallo, 31st.

The boys finished in sixth place with 114 points. Lake Orion took first place with 56 points.

Sophomore Grant Henley led the team finishing in fifth place at 16:56.9. Junior Tyler Dunn took 15th; sophomore Nick Paris, 39th; sophomore Derrick Egli, 40th; and freshman Gavin Eisert, 45th, to finish the top five for Clarkston.

The teams ran in the second jamboree at Stony Creek Metro Park on Tuesday and head to Dehlia Park on Saturday.