Focusing on the future

Kickers are looking forward to the beginning of October after last week’s games in the OAA Red. The ended the week with a lost to Rochester Adams on Thursday, 6-1. “We struggled,” said Boys Varsity Soccer Coach Chuck Lawhorn. “It was not a very good game for us.” Lawhorn drew the loss from the team’s […]

Wolves regroup after losses

The rain stopped long enough on Thursday night for Kickers not to have to worry about a delay from lightning and thunder. They did have to worry about stopping Lahser’s offense as the Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer team lost, 1-0. “I don’t think it was our best effort,” said Coach Chuck Lawhorn. “We had a […]

Wolves tame Troy Colts for third victory

Quarterback Nick Demattia pulled his arm back and threw a 13-yard pass towards the endzone as Troy’s defense closed in. Wide Receiver Chris Canada caught it widening Clarkston’s lead in their home game. A PAT from Alex Barta brought the boys to 21-0 with 1:54 left in the third quarter. The Colts wouldn’t go down […]

Runners vie for top spots at Holly Invitational

Natalie Smith emerged from the woods at Springfield Oaks on Saturday afternoon and kept her pace finishing the last mile. She ran up the muddy hill and headed towards the finish line to take second at the 43rd Holly Cross Country Invitational, with a time 20:08. Hudsonville’s Alex Berends finished in first place at 19:39. […]

Dahl shines in Quad tourney

Two double teams stood out as the Boys Varsity Tennis team lost their OAA match against Lahser on Sept. 14. Jordan Kincaid and Kevin Wieryszko won their matches, 6-4 and 6-1, while Garrett Smigelski and Dominic Spadoni won theirs 6-3 and 7-5, posting the only wins in the 6-2 loss. The boys headed to Detroit […]

Lightfoot eases into libero role

Spikers looked across the net on Saturday and saw the one team they had lost to at the beginning of the season. They huddled in a circle and prepared like they did before any game – to win. The end result was defeating North Branch 25-22 and 27-26 to win the Flushing Invitational. “It was […]

Lady Wolves capture trophy from Lake Orion

Spikers clinched the championship title during the Grand Blanc Invitational on Saturday. The Clarkston Junior High School Freshman Volleyball had to take down rivals Lake Orion in the process – which they successfully did. They lost the first set 25-17 but came back during the next one to win 25-23. “Torrey Wright came in during […]

Wendi’s Word A column by Wendi Reardon

I could easily pine about our Detroit Lions going 0-2 for their first games of the 2010 season. But…since critics and fans around Michigan are addressing it I will leave it at a few words – Win a game! Take more chances! If the play doesn’t work, well you are the Lions, you tried. But […]

Relax, work out at Hot Yoga

Susan Stencil took her first yoga class five years ago. She was hooked and knew she wanted to open her own studio. Stencil waited for the perfect place to open to home Clarkston Hot Yoga. She found a vacant building on the corner of Sashabaw and Maybee Roads, and opened the hot yoga studio in […]

Lady Wolves take over tournament

Spikers dominated the Grand Blanc Invitational and won it for the second consecutive year. “I was very impressed with how the girls played,” said Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach Kelly Avenall. “We have been working on a lot,” she added. “I was nervous about our blocking because because I didn’t think we had a strong blocking […]