Grapplers set sights on championship

The music from the MHSAA Wrestling Individual Finals Grand March keeps five Clarkston athletes focused. Seniors Matt Deitz, Evan King, Zac Roberson and juniors Jeff Sloney and Matt Vandermeer are using their time to get ready for the finals this week. ‘I am excited,? said Vandermeer about his first time competing in the finals. He […]

Adam Frank crowned champion

The Wolves dominated the ice on Saturday night as they took on Berkley. For their last regular game of the season they headed to Troy to play in the OAA Day tournament. Adam Frank led the team in their 8-3 game. He scored four goals in the game and was named the overall league champion […]

Defense strong as girls end season

Lady Cagers began their busy and final week with a visit to Pontiac and beat them 53-45. ‘It was a great game,? said Tim Wasilk, head coach. ‘The girls followed the game plan. We had a lot of girls stand out. ‘They put in a very good effort. It was nice to see.? Kaleigh and […]

Wolves prepare to close regular season

Cagers took down two opponents last week as they get ready to go into district playoffs. They began with Rochester Adams on Feb. 23, beating them 60-35. ‘It was a good win for us after we struggled against Southfield (on Feb. 19),? said Boys Varsity Basketball Head Coach Dan Fife. ‘We need a win and […]

Athletes of the Week

It was an Oakland Athletic Association waiting to be broken since 1995. The Clarkston relay team of Steven Nelson, Zachary Rabideau, Kenny Stelpflug and Michael Inch knew it was up to them to be the ones to break the 200 yard medley relay record of 1:40.91. They finished in 1:40.51 – setting a new record […]

Workers ‘sign? up for budget meeting

More than 50 signs displayed different sayings but the same message ? don’t privatorize bus drivers and custodians in Clarkston Community Schools. ‘This is our first step in the effort to educate the community to the real value of the people who hold this district together,? said Karl Bell, Uniserv director with Michigan Education Association. […]

Grapplers move on to state finals

Matt Deitz, Evan King, Zac Roberson and Jeff Sloney are making a return visit to The Palace of Auburn Hills. They guaranteed their spot for the MHSAA Wrestling Individual Finals after placing in the top four in their regional meet at Howell. Matt Vandermeer is joining them for the competition after placing in third in […]

Wolves seek to regain OAA Red crown in next league games

Following last week’s loss, long-time Wolves Varsity Basketball Coach Dan Fife is looking for the answers on how it happened. The boys headed to Southfield last Friday to break the three-way tie for first place in the OAA Red league, with the Bluejays and Southfield-Lathrup. To the disbelief of many Clarkston fans – the Wolves […]

Athletes of the Week

Clarkston fans showed their spirit as they supported their Varsity Cheerleaders during the MHSAA District meet on Saturday, Feb. 20. In Lake Orion’s gymnasium the girls tumbled and cheered, showing off their talent to get the crowd revved during the basketball season. The girls didn’t score enough points to move on to the regional competition […]

Students have a ‘ball? during class

Third-grade students at Andersonville Elementary have traded their four-legged chairs for something more curvy. They are now using stability balls, also known as a yoga or exercise ball. After a few weeks they have already noticed a difference. ‘It’s very relaxing,? said Anthony Bermaulen, from Angela Comp’s class. ‘A regular chair hurts your butt but […]