Diverse experience takes girls lacrosse to next level

When the Lady Wolves concluded last season – this year’s returners and Coach Renee Turner knew changes would have to be made. The changes started on the field as well as in every player to put last year’s ending record, 4-2-7, into a distant memory. ‘The girls have been coming to grips they have to […]

Athletes of the Week

Their names are as synonymous across Oakland County and the state as the Clarkston program they play for. Seniors Bailee Braunreuther and Taylor Hasselbach begin the first week of games in their fourth and final year on Clarkston Girls Varsity Softball team. ‘I expect a lot from them,? said Don Peters, head coach. ‘They have […]

Athletes run and jump into first meet

The track teams are ready to see what they have got as they head to Lake Orion on Wednesday. ‘I think it is going to be a really close meet,? said Girls Track Coach John Yorke. ‘Lake Orion has a couple of good standouts. Our depth is going to help us.? Yorke expects the team […]

Put them in coach – they are ready to play

Lady Wolves are fired up to start hitting home runs as they play their first games this week. ‘It looks very positive. The girls have good attitudes, willingness to work hard at their game and as a team,? said Clarkston Girls Varsity Softball Head Coach Don Peters. Assistant Coaches Kelly Martin and Amy Quayle agreed. […]

Wolves at bat for season opener

Opening the season against a big rival could leave a team shaky – unless the team is from Clarkston. Now spring break has passed the boys varsity baseball team is ready to start the season against Lake Orion. Coach Phil Price admitted it is tough to go against a big rival and league opponent in […]

Golfers swing to victory at OAA Red tournament

Golfers kept one stroke below Rochester Adams to take first place at the OAA Red tournament last Thursday. The boys scored 325, leaving Rochester to take second and Lake Orion for third. ‘The boys played extremely well under tough circumstances,? said Boys Varsity Golf Coach Pete Gallagher. ‘It was an extremely windy day,? he continued. […]

Lacrossers give their all before going on spring break

The Wolves gave one last push as they tried to tie the score on Detroit Country Day on Saturday. It didn’t go as planned and they ended the game with a loss, 7-6. ‘They played well even though we made a few mistakes,? said Boys Varsity Lacrosse Coach Brian Kaminskas. ‘As we went more into […]

Athlete of the Week

Senior Chapin White adds it all when he is on – as well as off – the field. ‘He is an absolute workhorse,? said Boys Varsity Lacrosse Coach Brian Kaminskas, nominating White. ‘He is nonstop and never gets off the field. He is always moving the ball on offense and he is a defense middie. […]

Lady Wolves start with two wins

Kickers are proving they are a forced to be reckoned with this season. Within the first week of the girls soccer season, the varsity team has shut down two opponents. Sophomore Lindsey Adams scored the Lady Wolves lone goal against Oxford on March 29. The girls made a total of 13 shots on the Wildcats? […]

Eggs-citing times

Children stood at the sides of the field ready for Mill Pond Park’s 12 Annual Easter Egg Hunt to begin. Their hands held onto their Easter baskets and they glanced over the grass for any eggs. When the horn sounded they ran out to the field in droves and quickly the eggs disappeared. After they […]