Lady Wolves take 1st in St. Clair tourney

A home run and a grand slam from the girls varsity softball team were just a taste of how well they played at the St. Clair tournament on the weekend. ‘They played hard. They played together,? said Clarkston coach Don Peters. The team won all three of their games and were the champions of the […]

Meola leads the way

The girls lacrosse team was ready to show Waterford United they would not lose to them again this year. They succeeded and won their first game of the season, 8-5. ‘They have been pumped up for this game for a while. This is one of our biggest rivals from last year,? said Clarkston coach Kaitlyn […]

Athlete of the Week

Carly Giroux? emotions were mixed with excitement and sadness when she found out she won the Stacy Giroux Memorial Award. The award is given in memory of her aunt, Stacy Giroux. The Waterford Parks and Recreation Department presents the award to a sixth grader who displayed strong sportsmanship in her athletic endeavors. The Sashabaw Middle […]

Ready for OAA

After taking Rochester Adams by storm, varsity tennis players are ready for their OAA league meet this Saturday. At the league meet, the girls will face teams they played earlier in the season. They will play against Lasher, Seaholm, Troy, North Farmington, West Bloomfield and Groves. They fell to Lasher (5-3) and West Bloomfield (6-2), […]

The need for speed

The girls varsity track team competed against the top ranked schools from the Midwest at the Roosevelt Memorial Invitational this weekend. ‘It was good overall,? said coach John Yorke. ‘The weather was windy and rainy. It wasn’t a great day for time, but it was a good weekend for competition.? Clarkston took eighth place among […]

Trying to connect

Clarkston’s kickers celebrated senior night by pushing for a win. All of their shots were blocked, though, and they settled for a tie, 0-0. ‘It been like that the whole season. We have been playing well,? said Clarkston coach Sarah Wasilk. ‘We have either come out one point short, or a tie. We’re still pushing […]

Rained out

Hitters faced rain during their Nathan Manuel Tournament on Saturday. They took to the field in the afternoon and beat Pontiac Northern, 12-3. ‘We did okay, it was our first game on Saturday. We were a little rusty,? said coach Phil Price. ‘Matt Kamieniecki did a nice job pitching, but he struggled at his command […]

Golfers ready for a big week

After playing tough competition in the last few weeks, golfers are ready for some more. ‘It’s going to be a big week,? said varsity coach, Mark Wiegand. The boys play undefeated Troy on Wednesday and Rochester Adams on Thursday. ‘They are always tough against us,? said Wiegand. He was hopeful playing the Bay City Western […]

Race for a cure

This Saturday the swim teams and lacrosse teams are raising money for cancer. The boys and girls swim teams are holding a Breast Cancer Swimathon at the Clarkston High School Natotorium from 12 p.m.-2 p.m. All proceeds will go to the Breast Cancer 3-day walk in Detroit, September 26-28.

Crossing sticks

A push at the end of the game did not help to bring the boys lacrosse team a win over Lake Orion. They lost the game, 7-5. ‘We played 48 minutes complete,? said coach Brian Kaminskas. ‘Sometimes it doesn’t go your way. The boys played hard. The boys did everything we asked them to do.? […]