Diamond domination

Lady Wolves kick started the season dominating the scoreboard. They took down Troy-Athens in their first double header and won 12-1 and 10-0. “We scored lots of runs and didn’t give up any,? said Coach Don Peters. ‘I am very pleased.? The girls followed it up with three games at the Pinconning Tournament and facing […]

Athletes of the Week

Seniors Jordan Clark, Matt Kamieniecki and Tyler Scarlett have earned various honors during their years on the Boys Varsity Basketball team and the most recent honor is All-league for their last season. All three agreed it was an accomplishment brought on with the help of their teammates. ‘Winning a share of the league championship is […]

Lacrosse record even with win, loss

The Wolves added one to each column last week as they came back from break.They lost to Troy-Athens on April 15, 19-7. ‘We didn’t look good that night,? said Boys Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach Brian Kaminskas. ‘We had five starters out for the game and it showed we weren’t ready.? The top performers of the […]

Clarkston High School performs ‘Father of the Bride?

Three hundred dollars, Kyle Catalano kept repeating as he and his costars prepared for rehearsal. ‘Seventy-five dollars a head, 150 people and that’s for catering,? he continued as he slowly became Mr. Banks for Clarkston High School’s rendition of Father of the Bride. The play begins with Catalano and Mrs. Banks, portrayed by Stephanie Burnham, […]

Pink slips for 50 teachers

Newly appointed Trustee Elizabeth Egan’s first action on Clarkston Board of Education was to break a 3-3 tie, promoting two administrators and sending lay-off notices to 50 teachers. Brief discussion focused on the process leading to promoting Clarkston Junior High School Principal Shawn Ryan to deputy superintendent, and Communications Director Anita Banach to human resources […]

Trustee Egan pledges to be more positive

New Trustee Elizabeth Egan stepped up and into her new role Monday night, as Clarkston Board of Education President Steve Hyer swore her in. Egan was one of six candidates interviewed prior to the regularly scheduled meeting to fill former board member Joe Armstrong’s seat. Her business background, passion for learning and community involvement were […]

Pay cuts for school administrators

Superintendent Dr. Albert Roberts earned a round of applause when he announced he was taking a pay cut. “I wanted to match the 18 percent cut custodians and bus drivers made,? he said, to the applause of school employees at Monday’s Clarkston Board of Education meeting. The 18 percent includes salary cut of 3.9 percent […]

Clarkston High School performs ‘Father of the Bride?

Three hundred dollars, Kyle Catalano kept repeating as he and his costars prepared for rehearsal. ‘Seventy-five dollars a head, 150 people and that’s for catering,? he continued as he slowly became Mr. Banks for Clarkston High School’s rendition of Father of the Bride. The play begins with Catalano and Mrs. Banks, portrayed by Stephanie Burnham, […]

Pink Sparties excited to help, one step at a time

Three women from Springfield Township are ready to lace their sneakers as they walk for breast cancer. The Pink Sparties, as they call themselves, travel to Boston for a 39 mile walk on May 15 and 16 for the Avon Foundation. Kerry Gualtieri saw information about the walk in Shape magazine and called her neighbor […]

Oakland business students conquer the Palace

Senior Dylan Coutelle watched closely to the action taking place on the Pistons hardwood floor at The Palace of the Auburn Hills. For the kids learning basketball fundamentals and tricks – it was a success and a plus to be on the same floor as their NBA basketball team. For Coutelle and his classmates from […]