Cagers fall in close game

Three points down and 10 seconds on the clock, the lady cagers threw everything they had at the basket. It was nearly enough. With one second left, Coach Tim Wasilk called a time out for one more play. Drawing a foul as the buzzer sounded, Jennifer Johnston received a free throw. Johnston missed, though, and […]

Year of training pays off

Last Thursday was a night of celebration for the boys’ swimming team. For the first time in two years, they won a league meet when they beat Harrison-Farmington, 97-83. For the team, it was their first meet of the season. Last year, the team lost all of their 16 dual matches. ‘It’s been a long […]

Splash!

In last Thursday’s swim meet, the Sea Wolves beat Rochester Adams, 106-79. In their first meet of the season against Harrison, the team placed first in six events. Against Rochester Adams, they topped it this past week by taking first place in seven events. Sophomore Jordan Zendejas took first place in one meter diving with […]

Wolves win with shut-out

Varsity Wrestlers took first place Saturday at the Rocket Invitational at John Glenn High School. The team won all of their dual meets, beating Brighton 47-12, Dearborn 61-14, Livonia-Franklin 46-17, Belleville 45-23 and John Glenn 41-31. Six wrestlers won all five of their matches, Matt Deitz (125), Alex Popp (135), Erik Butterfield (!52), Adam Lauzun […]

Athlete of the Week

Alyssa Vela, one of the captains of Clarkston High School’s girls swimming team, helped to lead her team into the top twenty during MHSAA finals. As a senior, Vela placed All-State in the 50-yard and 100-yard freestyle events. With a time of 24.33, she swam her way into fourth place in the 50-yard freestyle. She […]

Lady cagers stay in the game

Girls basketball took on Avondale last Friday. The Varsity team won 53-35 and the JV team lost 32-40. ‘I was very happy with our effort on the defensive end on the floor,? said Coach Tim Wasilk said about the first game of the season. ‘We did a really nice job making our drops, communicating and […]

Wolves pull a win at first home game

In their first home game last Thursday, the Varsity Hockey team won against Mott 4-1 and brought their record 2-1-1. They made 32 shots on goal, while Mott made 25 shots on goal. They made more attempts on the goal, just as Coach Krygier wanted after their game with Cranbrook at the Thanksgiving Tournament. ‘They […]

Wolfpack Update

In basketball, the last five minutes are the most crucial, high-energized minutes of the game. This proved true for the Lady Cagers as they tried to win against Pontiac Northern in their first home game on Thursday night. In the last ten seconds and three points behind, the Ladies made six attempts on putting the […]

Wendi’s Word A column by Wendi Reardon

It’s me again. First, my mom was a little surprised I did not mention this in my first column. I didn’t include it because it wasn’t in my writing history. But I guess you could say it’s part of my history. In my senior year, I won two art awards from Scholastic. I was featured […]

A writer for readers of all ages

Clarkston resident Bryan Chick has been busy with his first book, visiting local schools, and writing a followup. In book one of Chick’s ‘The Secret Zoo,? a girl went missing. Three friends are led to the local zoo to find her. As the story develops, the characters and the readers find every exhibit leads to […]