It’s all net for Clarkston players

Rain, rivalry and revving the senior spirit have kept the Lady Kickers busy during the past week. The Girls Varsity Soccer team started the week on Thursday heading to Lake Orion to take on their biggest rivals. The plan was simple – the Dragons would not be winning another game for another year in a […]

Clarkston aces regional competition

Lady Wolves conquered their season goal last Thursday – they are heading to the state finals. They scored 21 points during the MHSAA Division 1 Regional meet in girls tennis and placed third, putting them one point behind Rochester and three behind West Bloomfield. ‘They were very focused,? said Coach Becky Freeman. ‘I was impressed […]

Fish teach life lessons

Sashabaw Middle School students released the salmon they had raised since fall into the Clinton River. Rodney Pierson’s science classes participated in Salmon in the Classroom – taking care of salmon from when they are inside an egg to over three inches long. ‘We watched the salmon grow so we could understand the life cycle […]

Students LEAD the way

Ruthie Hutchons sat with her pad of paper and pen in hand. The spotlight shined on her in the Clarkston High School Performing Arts Center as she thought for a moment. ‘Dear Santa,? she spoke as she began writing on the paper. The poem for Wolvestock 2010 wasn’t about about what she desired for Christmas, […]

Wendi’s Word A column by Wendi Reardon

The stands at Clarkston High School were silent – a still hush of fans watching the lacrosse game between the Wolves and Lake Orion. Silent until the beginning of the second quarter, when Joe Puertas tied the game. Clarkston fans were charged ? banging their feet against the aluminum, cheering their hearts out to the […]

Girls reach goal

One of the Lady Kickers’ goals for this season was not to have any tied games, and as time ran out against Birmingham Groves, both teams had scored one goal each. Lindsey Adams crossed the ball over to Mikayla Ferer. With 2:30 left in the game, Ferer kicked it for the win, 2-1. ‘It wasn’t […]

Getting a jump on the competition

Both track teams are in the midst of preparing for the MHSAA Regionals this week. As preparation the boys took on league foes at their league meet on Friday and took fifth place. ‘We beat a team in our league which is good especially for our young guys,? said Boys Track Coach John Bennink. For […]

League match play nets second place

The Lady Wolves took second place in the OAA Red league match on Saturday. The Girls Varsity Tennis team scored two extra points to take over the spot. Gabriella Spindler captured first place in #1 singles and Katie Brozovich in #2 singles. Kristina Lucas took third place in #3 singles. The #3 and #4 doubles […]

Enthusiasm renewed as lacrossers head to regionals

Lauren Sharkey cradled the ball in the net of her lacrosse stick for a moment before swinging it into the net. She added onto Andrea Kovacic’s earlier goal to bring the girls into the lead against Swartz Creek, 2-1. Swartz Creek tied the score and Sharkey struck two more times bringing the control back into […]

Wolves hold bragging rights in Lake Orion win

A gleam hit each lacrosse players eyes as they closed their game against Lake Orion on Saturday night. They cheered and hugged each other as the game ended and they beat their rivals during Clarkston’s Fifth Annual Game for a Cure event, 10-4. ‘It’s always good to beat Lake Orion,? said Boys Varsity Lacrosse Coach […]