Wendi’s Word A column by Wendi Reardon

A big thank you to Sherrie VanderVeen from Clarkston United Methodist Church. She was so helpful with providing us with a family to adopt for Christmas. We became Christmas Angels to a family of five and pooled what we could and went to the stores and bought what we could. Somewhere out there in the […]

Nina’s cafe comes back to Sashabaw

Nina’s Comfort Food Caf? moved to The Fountains last the summer, but now they are back home at their original Sashabaw Road location. “We are glad to be back,” said owner Karen “Nina” Tracey. “We ventured out and tried to do more, but small and cozy is what Nina’s is. Everybody knows everybody.” The staff […]

Grapplers overcome snow, but fall to Dragons

Junior Matt Deitz led grapplers as he defeated Hazel Park’s Ethan Bogaert to take first place during the Oakland County Wrestling meet. Snow blanketed the area the night before the tournament and with nearly a foot covering the roads and classes being called off on Dec. 19, the tournament was delayed. Instead of grapplers competing […]

Wolves fall in overtime in makeup game

The snow delayed Clarkston’s Annual Christmas Tournament, but the icers were ready to play on Saturday. The day started with the Wolves going against Cranbrook-Kingswood. Cranbrook-Kingswood started the game off by scoring the first goal only a few minutes after the game started. The Wolves tied the score less than four minutes into the third […]

Lady Wolves still fighting for a win

Lady Cagers will take the holiday break and use it to their advantage to get ready for the next part of the season. “The big thing for us is practicing during the break,” said Clarkston Girls Varsity Head Coach Tim Wasilk. The girls are only three games into the season and each one resulted in […]

Close win keeps cagers atop Cavaliers

Brandon Pokley led the boys to their second win of the season. The seven points he put on the board in the fourth quarter kept the Clarkston Wolves in the lead during the tight game against Carman-Ainsworth. Ainsworth tried to come back, but missed getting seven of their shots to the basket. The Wolves beat […]

Broughton brought two wins in dual meet win

Grapplers were ready to win their second meet after some motivation from their head coach Joe DeGain last Wednesday. After beating Avondale, 51-15, the boys continued their win, shutting down West Bloomfield, 65-0. Derek Booker (160) led against the Lakers winning the first match by major decision. Alex Popp (135) and Kyle Broughton (130) were […]

Athlete of the Week

Jordan Zendejas listened for his combined score for his six dives to be announced last Thursday at the Wolves first swim meet. It was announced ? 238.5. He had just broken the school record set at 220.35. ‘It felt pretty good because everyone has been waiting for me to break it since last year,? said […]

Newcomer Harris hopes to turn tide after home opener loss

Lady Cagers may have lost their home opener against Davison, 50-41, but they showed they are becoming stronger as a team. ‘I thought we did some good things tonight, as far coming together a little bit as a team,? said Varsity Coach Tim Wasilk. He noticed the girls grow defensively and with their communication on […]

Strikers bowl over competition at meets

Varsity bowlers split their week and won their first tournament while JV Boys won both of their meets. The teams started their season last Wednesday against North Farmington. Both boys teams won, varsity 19-11 and JV 28-2. The girls varsity team won 28-2. ‘It’s still early in the year, but the girls were better than […]