Lady Wolves take first in tournament

Spikers took first place at the Grand Blanc Invitational to finish the week on avery high note. ‘It was a great accomplishment,? said Senior Jenna Coates. ‘We took second last year at the tournament.? Clarkston Varsity Volleyball team beat Lasher in the championship round in two game, 25-10, 25-20. Coates had 20 digs and Allison […]

Unsung heroes

Tough and mean on field, the starting offense has their work cut out for them. Before going out for their daily practice on Clarkston’s grassy field – Jeff Dean, Greg Keller, Bryan Haslinger, Dan Davis and Jarrett Coy practiced their intimidating faces. The look works for them -going into game four this week, the Wolves […]

Wolves get tougher further into league play

Kickers answered Rochester Adams first goal with a message – they weren’t going to take it lightly. Jake Ray tied the score with Adams putting the soccer ball into the corner of the net with 5:42 remaining in the first half last Thursday. Wolves picked up momentum and John Dushaw found the next opportunity after […]

Let’s gooooooo blue!

Clarkston fans left the football stadiem on Friday in a good mood – nothing like a win at home to get the adrenaline going. The gridiron gang won their home opener, 25-21. The crowd kept the boys pumped through the night with cheers and encouragement even when they were down by 11 points. During half […]

Running game gets going on gridiron

Quarterback Tyler Scarlett received the ball handoff and he held onto it for the four yard run. He pushed through Troy-Athens? defense to make it into the end zone, scoring the Wolves? second touchdown six seconds into the second quarter. The first touchdown was four minutes earlier when Scarlett threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to […]

Athlete of the Week

Junior Jarrett Kersten vividly remembers the first time he was approached to play soccer. He was six-years-old and playing basketball in his driveway when his neighbor asked him to play. His first reaction was no – he liked basketball better. Eventually Kersten decided to give it a try. ‘I really liked it,? he said and […]

Kickers score fifth shutout

Junior Alex Wilson saw his opportunity and moved forward to capitalize on the goalie’s position in Clarkston’s soccer game against Royal Oak. The opposing goalie Wilson Jenkins moved out of the net to stop the incoming ball. Wilson shot past Jenkins and put the ball into the left corner of the net 26:43 left in […]

Runners ready for upcoming challenges

Runners were in high spirits as they won their medals and held onto their champion title when they won the Cavalier Classic at Carman-Ainsworth High School on Wednesday. ‘It was a good performance. It was similar to how we did last year,? said Boys Cross Country Coach Mike Taylor. ‘It was a good first effort […]

Wendi’s Word A column by Wendi Reardon

Is 30 the new 20? The question has crossed many minds – mostly those on the cusp of turning the tender age. The phrase has also been used on many approaching the age, too – like me. Friends and a few family members have said it as I step closer, day-by-day, to the last Monday […]

Lady Wolves take down Oxford

Spikers prepared for their first league match taking on three teams last week in the Oxford Quad. The girls started off with four losses, two to North Branch and the remaining to Flushing. ‘It was a good night for us to learn some things we need to continue to work on,? said Varsity Volleyball Coach […]