Seventh year sting

After six straight seasons of holding onto the Oakland County trophy, Clarkston grapplers came in third place, losing it to Lake Orion. Going into the second day of the tournament, Dec. 22, Lake Orion had two advantages going for them. The second part of the tournament was held at their high school for a home […]

Height helps

Before going on holiday break, Clarkston Cagers won a tight game against North Farmington, 73-56. ‘It was a good game for us,? said Coach Dan Fife. ‘Highly competitive.? The score stayed close throughout the first half, with North Farmington trailing by only a few points at most. By half-time, the score was tied 28-28. The […]

Wendi’s Word A column by Wendi Reardon

This is it, a new year is just around the corner. I feel ready. More ready than I was for 2007 to come. I am not the type of girl to make resolutions. Resolutions to me mean it’s just going to get broken. I tried them. Ones I have tried in the past include no […]

Lucky 3 (and 0)

In their third game of the season, Cagers continued to outshine their opponents. This time they went against Birmingham Groves, winning the game 70-51, Dec. 18, and bringing their record 3-0. ‘It was a good win,? said Coach Dan Fife. ‘We didn’t have practice yesterday (Dec. 17, cancelled because of the weather), so I didn’t […]

Athletes of the Year

January Swimmer Robert Nelson Hockey player Ryan Kenerson Volleyball player Amanda Junior Varsity volleyball team Bowler Jackson Kimball February Hockey player Jagar Smith Basketball player Dan Owens Archers Brian King and Chad Perry Varsity wrestling team March Lakeland Hawks Pee Wee A hockey team Bowler Sam Stolnicki Clarkston Cavaliers Varsity basketball team April Clarkston High […]

Grapplers grab lead, but let it slip away

Clarkston grappler Erik Butterfield (160) started a trend when he outscored Davison’s Reyes Saldana 6-3, putting the Wolves ahead, 8-3. In the next two matches, Adam Lauzun (171) and Bryant Craft (189) both earned points for Clarkston at the Davison-hosted meet, Dec. 18. After Craft won by major decision, he brought Clarkston ahead, 10-8. But […]

Wolfpack Update

After their third game into the season, the boys Varsity basketball team remains undefeated after they beat Birmingham Groves 70-51 on Tuesday night. Coach Dan Fife said he didn’t know how they were going to play after the snow day called off practice on Monday. In the first quarter, the team led the game 25-4 […]

Hang on for the win

The final score wasn’t close, but that doesn’t mean the game was easy. ‘I don’t think ever in my 26 years have we had an easy win over Pontiac Northern,? said Coach Dan Fife. Clarkston basketball beat Pontiac Northern, 64-39, in their second game of the season Dec. 13, the earliest they have ever faced […]

Athlete of the Week

Senior David Morin has defended against some of the toughest hockey teams, but none of them could be as tough as the fight for his life he had a few years ago when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Two weeks before his freshman year began, Morin had stomach pains. ‘When I laid down, you […]

Weekend wrestling brings dual win, loss

Varsity Grapplers had a busy week with winning a dual meet last Wednesday and a losing a close match against Detroit Catholic Central, 35-32, two days later. In their dual meet, the grapplers took on Avondale and beat them 58-10. They followed it up by beating Waterford – Kettering 48-17. Clarkston took on Avondale first […]