Explosive year for cheer team

The Liberty Dynamites Cheer team led a successful season right to their last cheer this past weekend. Their last performance was at the Motor City Showdown Grand Nationals at Birch Run Expo Center. The team took fourth place. ‘They did a great job and were very happy with their performance,? said Nancy Walters, Dynamites coach […]

Dancing on water

Clarkston graduate Angie Regiani has a resume and a passion that will never stop. As a dancer, singer, and actress, her talent has reached around the nation and the globe, as well as the Clarkston area as a certified fitness instructor at Lifetime Fitness and Fitness USA. On March 8, Regiani helped an aspiring professional […]

A Wee Bit of Irish

First-grade Brownie Troop 3312 at Andersonville Elementary celebrated St. Patrick’s Day by learning more about the Celtic culture. Their teacher Renee Jinell taught them about music, song, and how to dance. Troop leader Jamisen Sivak joined Jinell in a Celtic dance for the scouts.

Hanging in there

Beating Flint Southwestern Academy won Clarkston Varsity basketball its sixth regional title, but Saginaw’s the big prize. ‘They take speed and quickness to a whole ‘nother level,? said Coach Dan Fife. ‘It’s going to be difficult. It’s a great opportunity for our kids. They play more. They can intercept it. They are athletic. They can […]

Cagers flatten Flintstones

Beating Flint Southwestern Academy won Clarkston Varsity basketball its sixth regional title, but Saginaw’s the big prize. ‘They take speed and quickness to a whole ‘nother level,? said Coach Dan Fife. ‘It’s going to be difficult. It’s a great opportunity for our kids. They play more. They can intercept it. They are athletic. They can […]

Athletes of the Week

Clarkston’s Varsity Soccer players earned the 2007 Fall ‘Good Sports Are Winners? Award. The MHSAA gives out the sportsmanship award to nearly 200 teams during the postseason. The team had a lot of success on the field, ending the season with a record of 18-4-3. A lot of their success was attributed to the team’s […]

Wrestling champs place at finals

When Adam Lauzun was in fourth grade, his mom, Terri, signed him up for wrestling. His dad, Dave, wrestled in high school. Wrestling seemed like a sport father and son could enjoy together. His mom said Adam fought it, but she told him to try it and if he didn’t like it, he didn’t have […]

Wolf Pack update

After two overtimes, the Wolves basketball season came to an end. They lost to Saginaw, 86-77, in the quarterfinals. The loss brought their overall record to 23-3. Get more details in the next Clarkston News print edition on March 19, 2008.

Getting a grip on their future

Young grapplers ages 5-14 and thousands of their fans filled Clarkston High School Sunday for MMAW Championship, hosted by Clarkston Wrestling Club. Twelve wrestlers from Clarkston qualified, and four placed in the top four. Dallas Hood was the only state champion from Clarkston. He wrestled in the 5-6 age group in the 58 pound weight […]

Athletes of the Week

Losing the last three games of the season is usually a bad sign when it comes to postseason. For Clarkston’s Varsity hockey, however, it just meant a bigger challenge. The Wolves hit the ice Feb. 25 in Port Huron, taking on Port Huron Northern in the first round of pre-regionals. They lost to Port Huron […]