Wolves tie in season opener

The Boys Varsity Hockey team tied, 4-4, their game with Birmingham Unified Saturday, Nov. 17. At the drop of the puck, the Wolves swept forward, determined not to repeat the loss in last year’s opener against Birmingham Unified. Sophomore Adam Frank made the first goal for the Wolves with 8:26 remaining in the first period. […]

Raiders place 4th in the state

he Raiders finished fourth in the state after playing in the Michigan Youth Flag Football Championship over the weekend. The fifth graders from the Andersonville and Bailey Lake elementary schools finished their season 13-2. ‘I couldn’t be more proud,? said Coach Kevin Bellant. The team went into the tournament with a record of 8-0. The […]

Putting the ‘Plus? into Clarkston

With the holidays approaching quickly, Pack & Mail Plus provides Clarkston residents one stop convenience with a friendly smile. On Nov 5, Clarkston residents, Kim and Paul Lieberman, opened the store for residents. Along with sending mail out and offering mail supplies, the store offers many other services with competitive prices and unique retail gifts. […]

‘Good competition’

The Clarkston Girls Varsity Volleyball stayed strong as they went onto regionals this Saturday. In their first game, they won 3-2 against Troy. They continued in regionals against Marian where they lost 0-3. “I’m going to miss my seniors to death. They added a lot to this year and this season. I think I have […]

Athlete of the Week

Clarkston graduate Michael Brach was named player of the month for November by his hockey team, Minnesota’s Rochester Ice Hawks Brach took the honor last Wednesday for home league goalie player of the month for his junior hockey league. He has saved 168 out of 172 shots on goal helping his team with a record […]

Clarkston Raiders teamgoing to championships

The Raiders finished their flag football season Saturday with an 8-0 record. Fifth graders from Andersonville and Bailey Lake elementary school made up the Raiders, part of the NFL Flag Football program started in Clarkston this year. Instead of playing 11-on-11 as in tackle football, they played 5-on-5 in one hour games. Coach Kevin Bellant […]

Inaugural flag football league successul

NFL Flag Football finished their first season in Clarkston on a successful note. The program has been running for eight years. In 2001, it began as a football league for adults. From there it has grown to camps and clinics for kids. Then, it grew to include flag football. The program has thrived in heavy […]

Heart breaker

Last Friday, Clarkston fans were heartbroken the second time in three weeks, when the varsity football team lost the division 1 district championship game to Lake Orion, 30-27. ‘We had a great season,? said coach Kurt Richardson. ‘I don’t know if you can see a better high school football game. That was like two heavy […]

Athlete of the Week

Clarkston native Peter Whiting received Carl D. Erskine Award of Excellence from the Anderson University in Indiana on Oct 16. Before the age of five, Whiting loved throwing baseballs and loved playing catch with his mom and dad. When he was five, he joined his first recreational sport when he started playing T-Ball for Ortonville/Brandon. […]

Big finish

Clarkston fans continued to cheer for the Wolves Varsity Soccer team Saturday even after they lost the State Finals to Grand Rapids East Kenwood 0-2. ‘What I can’t say enough of is my boys,? said Coach Bican while looking over at his team. ‘I’m so proud of them. So proud of the way they carried […]