A Look Back for January 25, 2023

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1998 Schools hear from parents about the schedule: Over 65 percent of parents surveyed by Clarkston Schools said they would like to see the February mid-winter break eliminated or reduced. Four hundred parents answered the phone survey on the school calendar which most said they would […]

Team, individual success in victory over Oxford

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Sports Writer It was a big night for Clarkston Varsity Wrestling as they celebrated their six seniors and claimed the OAA Red League title with wins over Bloomfield Hills and Oxford, Jan. 18. “We had a couple of big wins from people who picked up points when we needed […]

Wolves seal win over Rochester United to remain top in league

Clarkston Varsity Hockey sent a bold message to all challengers to their standing in the OAA Red and the Division 1, ranked No. 2, by dispatching the second place Rochester United last Friday at the Suburban Ice Arena, 3-2. The victory puts the Wolves two games up on Rochester for the top spot in league […]

Cagers outscore in second half to take win

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Sports Writer Marley Mazur stood at the free throw line with 3.5 seconds remaining in the Wolves’ home game against Stoney Creek last Thursday with the score at 31-29. Mazur threw her two attempts – each making it, putting Clarkston Girls Varsity Basketball up 33-29, where the score stayed […]

Fun-raiser for bowling

The Clarkston High School Bowling Program hosts their bowling fun-raiser this Friday, Jan. 27 at Century Bowl in Waterford, 7-9 p.m. Tickets are $25 and are for purchase before the event or at the door. The price include two hours of bowling, two slices of pizza and a pop. The event will have raffles, baskets […]

Mountaineer Update for January 25, 2023

Everest Collegiate Girls Varsity Basketball opened the week for the Mountaineers with a 40-35 win over Cranbrook on Jan. 17. They defeated Orchard Lake St. Mary’s on Jan. 13, 45-20; and Ann Arbor Greenhills on Jan. 10, 43-13. The boys varsity basketball team won their home against Cardinal Mooney on Jan. 18, 61-51. They lost […]

A Look Back for January 18, 2023

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1997 Joint boards talk cooperation: Boards from Clarkston Schools, the city of Clarkston, and Independence and Springfield townships met in joint session for discussion of “positive initiatives” each board had undertaken. Before the two-and-a-half hour meeting was done, the participants had gotten down to what was […]

Grapplers pin top-ranked teams, undefeated in league

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Sports Writer Independence Township — The Wolves finished the weekend with one loss and three wins against top teams in their Clarkston Duals event on Saturday. “It was awesome,” said Clarkston Varsity Wrestling Head Coach Brian Gibbs. “We set our goals at the beginning of the year – winning […]

Wolves battle No.1 Shamrocks on the ice in first loss

By Jack Leech Special to The Clarkston News Plymouth — An epic clash of two of the bonafide powerhouses in Michigan Boys High School Hockey this season, as Clarkston and Detroit Catholic Central went head to head at the USA Arena, Jan. 13. The top ranked Shamrocks seized the moment in a span of eight […]

Cagers rise above in wins

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Sports Writer The Clarkston Girls Basketball program starts a new tradition this season – Teacher Appreciation Night this Thursday when the girls host Stoney Creek. “We have some great teachers in the district,” said Aaron Goodnough, head coach for the Clarkston Girls Varsity Basketball team. “We just want them […]

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