One for the win column

Freshman Delaney Kenny stood at the line as the scoreboard remained frozen at six seconds remaining in overtime. Kenny threw the basketball and sunk the one point the Lady Wolves needed to take their first win, 46-45. ‘Our defense pretty much won the game and our offense came from our defense,? said sophomore Megan Hastings. […]

Set for holiday play

Senior Adam Frank kept his team in the game when he scored a power play goal in the second period on Saturday. Orchard Lake St. Mary’s held onto their lead, but the goal kept the Wolves from losing a shut-out game, 7-1. ‘We were a little bit unevenly matched,? said Clarkston Hockey Head Coach Bryan […]

Cagers learn from first loss

Senior Matt Kamieniecki led the pack of Wolves as they went against Detroit Henry Ford on Saturday. He posted 16 points for the night but the end result was in Henry Ford’s favor as Clarkston lost, 45-44. ‘Honestly it was a game we should have won,? said Wolves Varsity Basketball Head Coach Dan Fife. ‘I […]

Taking down challengers

Grapplers took over Herm Wilkinson Classic in Howell placing in ten weight classes on Saturday. The team took second place behind Saginaw Swan Valley. Howell finished third and Durand rounded off the top four. Jeff Sloney (130) went undefeated in his four matches and took first place. Raymond Wilkie (103) stood out for during the […]

Santa visits Davisburg

Children were ready as they jumped on Santa Claus? lap with their list for his Christmas visit. The big man in red stopped by for his annual lunch with kids and parents at Hart Community Center in Davisburg on Dec. 12. Before lunch, everyone had fun visiting and singing Christmas songs with Mrs. Claus and […]

Bailey Lake boy shoots for the Gap

Mason Prey jumped into the air and kicked his feet back like a skateboarder as a photographer clicked away. He landed on the trampoline with a smile, hoping the shot ends up used in Gap stores on advertisement posters. Prey, a Bailey Lake Elementary fifth-grader, is one of 20 finalists for the Gap Casting Call. […]

Volunteers in Action set sights on toys

Large, wrapped boxes sit waiting for people to pass by and drop a toy in, courtesy of Volunteers in Action (VIA), a local Christian Life Group collecting toys during the Christmas season. ‘We work with the youth to have them go out in the community and serve,? said Marlene Mansour, a parent and organizer of […]

Students stuff stockings for families in need

The holiday spirit is within every Sashabaw Middle School student, finishing the Lighthouse North Stocking Project. ‘Every year keeps getting better and better,? said Sue Wilson, Language Arts teacher and District Learn and Serve Grant Coordinator for Academic Service Learning. Students help out in the community while also learning in their classes. ‘It helps kids […]

Wendi’s Word A column by Wendi Reardon

It’s a tough economy, so tough even Santa Claus took a hit. Who is going to help the man in red out for the season? You don’t have to go to far to find them – you may have even passed them while shopping throughout downtown or the community. Actually there are so many helpers […]

Lady Wolves focus on strengths going into league play

Sophomore Megan Hastings held her position and let go of the ball, putting it into the basket for three points in the final quarter. The field goal set the momentum as Girls Varsity Basketball took on Waterford Mott in non-league play. They weren’t able to do it as the Lady Corsairs blocked them out, ending […]