Season ends in shutout

Tyler Frakes and Dan Smith remained on the ice after the game ended and shared a few laughs with their opponents. Despite the shutout loss of five points to Orchard Lake St. Mary’s, the seniors took the time to show good sportsmanship before heading to the locker room. The Wolves contained their opponents during the […]

Wendi’s Word: A column by Wendi Reardon

Finally, spring is literally around the corner. Friday gave us a nice glimpse of what is to come – sunshine, a slight breeze, blue skies. But as we say hello to spring and all of the spring sports that began their first practice this week, we also bid farewell to the winter sports. Swim and […]

Cagers need push to prepare for playoffs

As the Cagers head into the last week of games before playoffs, the focus will have to be on offense. Clarkston beat their opponents last week, Rochester Adams and Oak Park, but both were closer than they should have been. ‘Defensively, we are still solid and I always breach that,? said Coach Dan Fife. ‘We […]

Athlete of the Week

Senior Connor Daugherty had a choice to make before the basketball season began, she could have surgery on both of her ankles and spend the season recovering, or wait until the season was over. She chose to wait and the choice paid off. Daugherty was able to pass on the Clarkston basketball tradition she learned […]

Losses mark end of lady cagers? regular season

A third time was not the charm when Lady Cagers met up with Lake Orion one more time in the first round of play-offs on Monday. They lost against the Lady Dragons, 44-30, ending the season. The Wolves knew what to expect going against them and were tougher in this game than the previous two […]

Grapplers state bound

Zak Roberson and Matt Deitz found themselves against the top ranked wrestlers in their weight class at Saginaw-Heritage and left the mats as champions. Roberson’s bout was against Bay City Central’s Markus Gonzalez , ranked first in 103-weight. Roberson won, 8-6. ‘He was really focused,? said Coach Joe DeGain. ‘He didn’t worry about the paper […]

Next round set against St. Mary’s

Icers were not going down without a fight on Monday night in Pre-Regional playoffs. They beat West Bloomfield, 4-2, and will continue on to the next round. ‘I thought we played well,? said Coach Bryan Krygier. ‘West Bloomfield played harder than the last time we saw them. Connor Lyons put the boys on the scoreboard […]

Wolves look to finish strong in regular season

Icers had less than a minute to go in the game, down a man during the power play, and one point behind. The Wolves skated towards Farmington Hill’s net and struck. Tyler Frakes tied the score at three points with 15 seconds remaining in the game. The tie sent the OAA league game into overtime. […]

Rolling over 500

Last week was monumental for Clarkston High varsity basketball coach Dan Fife. It was the last time Clarkston would play Pontiac Central, as the school merges with Pontiac Northern at the beginning of the next school year, and Fife reached a milestone of 500 wins. Hitting the milestone means much more than winning for Fife. […]

Athlete of the Week

Kenny Stelpflug was inspired as he watched swimming records being broken at the MHSAA state finals last March. When the winter season ended for the boys swim team, Stelpflug set his goals high and went to work in the pool to conquer. The sophomore will return to the state finals again this year after qualifying […]