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 […]

Wolves split Thanksgiving tournament

BY WENDI REARDON Clarkston News Sports Writer The Boys Varsity Hockey team faced off with Brighton and Cranbrook in Cranbrook’s Annual Thanksgiving Tournament. They beat Brighton 4-1, but came up short against Cranbrook 2-3. Less than five minutes into the first period against Brighton, Nov. 23, Clarkston’s Cole Shaffer scored the first goal, with assistance […]

Athlete of the Week

BY WENDI REARDON Clarkston News Sport Writer The Clarkston Select Soccer Club Shadows ?98 team finished their fall season with an overall record of 10-1-1. Their last game was Nov. 3 against Royal Oak. Though the girls had played against Royal Oak previously, this game was different for the Shadows. Coach Scully McGreevy took a […]

Wolfpack Update

The Varsity Hockey team played their first home game on Thursday against Waterford Mott. They won 4-1. They will play Waterford Kettering Saturday at 1:20 at Lakeland Ice Arena located at 7330 Highland Road, Waterford. * * * Varsity Wrestling started their season Thursday night at the Goodrich Quad. Against Goodrich, they lost with a […]

Season ends with best ever state finish

The Clarkston Swim team took 14th place in Division 1 at state finals this weekend at Eastern Michigan University. Clarkston earned 63 points, placing them at the 14th spot out of 42 schools at Eastern. This is the best and highest they have ever finished in the finals. ‘We were looking to place in the […]

Lady Wolves break records

The Girls Varsity Cross Country team finished strong in State Finals on Nov 2. As a team, they finished 17th out of the 30 teams that made it to the finals. The Lady Wolves ran their fastest time in the finals in Brooklyn, Mich. Kristin Smith finished seventh in state with the time of 18:03. […]

Athlete of the Week

Oliver Kupe, captain of the Boys Varsity Soccer team, captivated sports fans as he and his teammates took Clarkston to the state finals. ‘Oliver, everytime he touched the ball, you held your breath,” said coach John Conlon of East Kentwood. “When he gets the ball, there’s not a whole lot you can do.? ‘Oliver is […]

Fuller signs future intent

Matt Fuller celebrated College Golf Signing Day by signing his letter of intent to attend the University of Toledo. During American Junior Golf Association’s signing day this past Wednesday, as students around the country signed letters of intent, their names were posted on the website. Under the watch and support of his parents, teammates, and […]

Wolves tie in season opener

The Boys Varsity Hockey team tied, 4-4, their game with Birmingham Unified Saturday, Nov. 17. At the drop of the puck, the Wolves swept forward, determined not to repeat the loss in last year’s opener against Birmingham Unified. Sophomore Adam Frank made the first goal for the Wolves with 8:26 remaining in the first period. […]