Lacrosse lands White at Davenport University

Senior Chapin White smiled at the fans in the Clarkston bleachers. Under the watchful eye of parents, coaches and the loyal lacrosse fans he signed his letter of intent on April 29 to play for Davenport University next year. ‘Chuck and I are very excited to watch Chapin play at the next level in lacrosse,? […]

Students all A.C.E.S.

Springfield Plains Elementary students took their positions on the grass for their cool-down. It was the biggest Yoga class anyone had seen – with 572 kids getting into a mountain pose. The students had completed their first A.C.E.S day – All Children Exercise Simultaneously around the nation at 10 a.m. on the first Wednesday in […]

Sashabaw Middle School earns Green status

Everyone was green with excitement as eight Clarkston schools were honored for achieving Michigan Green School status, April 28. Sashabaw Middle School celebrated not only achieving Evergreen status – the top honor – but also voted as the top Green School of 170 schools participating this year. ‘Aside from the basics of recycling, we are […]

School board trustee to focus on students in the middle

When Elizabeth Egan’s students sit down for their weekly piano lesson – the first thing she asks is about school. ‘I want to tailor my piano lesson with them,? said the newest trustee to the Clarkston Community Schools Board of Education. ‘I like to know how their week is going, if they have a big […]

Athletes continue to improve during competitions

Clarkston track teams tried to keep one jump ahead of Rochester during their OAA match-up. Both girls and boys teams ended the meet with losses. The girls, 86-42 and the boys 70.5-57.5. “Our younger girls are starting to improve a lot,? said Coach John Yorke. ‘We had some really good performances from our throwers and […]

Lady Wolves prepare for busy week on the courts

The Girls Varsity Tennis team finished last week with three tied matches. “Our singles were pretty solid and all had great wins,? said Coach Becky Freeman. ‘Our doubles faced a lot of competition. The other teams had really good, tough double teams.? She pointed out even it didn’t show up on the score the girls […]

Softballers take on rainy weekend

Senior Taylor Hasselbach capitalized as the team played Detroit Renaissance during the weekend’s Michigan Stars tournament. She was 3-for-3 at bat, hit a triple and a home run in the 15-0 win over Renaissance. She wasn’t the only one to hit a home run – Bailee Braunreuther, Sydney Hasselbach and Amanda Martin also hit one. […]

Clarkston kids show they care with a cow

A cow is just the thing for a family in need in a developing country, so that’s what Clarkston Junior High students bought. ‘They are really proud of themselves and they should be,? said Claudia Keglovitz, teacher. ‘They did a ton of work.? Keglovitz’s second trimester design class decided they were going to raise money […]

Kickers lead season with 8-0 record

Lady Kickers are leaving a dust of dirt in their path as they take down three more opponents in the season. The wins now put them at 8-0, a record they are celebrating but not taking lightly as they head into another week of competition. Sarah Wasilk, head coach for the Girls Varsity Soccer team, […]

Wolves keep Farmington tied

Hunter Layson ran around the back of Farmington’s net and aimed the ball. With 3:39 remaining in the first half of the boys varsity lacrosse game on Thursday he poised and swung the ball into the net, tying the game at five. The boys kept it in Farmington’s territory and after a few close misses […]