Victorious fall for cagers

Sashabaw Middle School’s Seventh Grade Girls Basketball team wrapped up their season with 10 wins and one loss. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the school only had one seventh grade team this year. Aaron Goodnough, head coach, enforced staying positive and always doing their best regardless of their circumstances as the girls had to practice and […]

Honors for Everest athletes

Each year, athletes are honored for achievements in their respective sports by the Catholic High School League coaches. A number of Clarkston Everest Collegiate athletes achieved All-Academic, All-League, and All-Catholic honors in the Detroit Catholic High School League. For cross country, Avery Herrgott was named All-League; and Caroline Cross, Alyse Felix, Eve Herrgott and Theresa […]

A Look Back for November 11, 2020

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1995 “Chamber puts best foot forward” Spring Lake Country Club was packed for the annual Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce Business Expo. One guest compared it to Halloween with free food and free gifts from area merchants. There was a huge turnout with 1,300 guests visiting […]

‘A nice performance’ in state finals

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer Runners took the top third spot during the MHSAA Lower Peninsula Division 1 Girls Cross Country State Finals at Michigan International Speedway on Friday. “It was a nice performance,” said Coach Kevin Breen, about the girls scoring 174 points for the finish. “There wasn’t a single person […]

Wolves down Dragons in volleyball district finals

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer Spikers cheered and smiled behind their masks as Clarkston Varsity Volleyball Head Coach Kelly Pinner held up the district trophy after they beat crosstown rival Lake Orion, 3-1. “Nothing is better than winning the district,” Pinner smiled after the game at Holly High School last Thursday. “I […]

Clarkston ends winning season against Bobcats

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer The Wolves finished their season in the MHSAA Division 1 Football District Semifinals against Grand Blanc last Friday, 42-35. The loss was difficult but long-time Clarkston Varsity Football Head Coach Kurt Richardson is looking on the bright side and the season as a whole. “If someone had […]

Mountaineers run to seventh-place finish

Clarkston Everest Collegiate finished in seventh place in the MHSAA Lower Peninsula Girls Cross Country Division 4 State Finals on Saturday. They finished with 204 points and moved up from tenth place from last year’s race. Sophomore Caroline Cross led the team, finishing in 44th place in the time of 21:24.57. Sophomore Alyse Felix finished […]

Local kickers win cup with shutout

The Liverpool FC 06 Girls Academy team from Clarkston won their first state cup on Sunday, Oct. 25. The U15 girls soccer team triumphed in their first ever Michigan State Youth Soccer Association State Cup final by beating TKO Premier SC, 5-0. “I am delighted for everyone involved,” said Jack Stockdale, head coach. “We went […]

Kittinger turns his interest into club at Everest Collegiate

BY WENDI REARDON PRICE Clarkston News Sports Writer Diego Kittinger is a natural born sailor. Kittinger, a sophomore at Clarkston Everest Collegiate High School, is a fourth generation sailor. He began sailing with his dad and grandpa before he started Kindergarten. “I was lucky,” he sad. “Sailing is part of my family. “Sailing is a […]

Robotics team sets sail in Gutter Regatta races

Team RUSH wasn’t going to let the COVID-19 virus sink their ships. The robotics team from Clarkston High School changed some aspects of their annual RUSH Regatta fundraiser. Instead of building cardboard and duct tape boats for the students to climb in and race on Deer Lake during the summer, they adopted the Boy Scout’s […]