Blasting off!

Third graders at Springfield Plains Elementary spent Friday putting together rockets and watching them fly in the sky. For the kids to was a chance to build and decorate their own rocket. For teachers it was a way to get the students to use math and sciences skills they learned in the classroom and understand […]

Ready for regionals

Nicole Janek and Alyssa Lucas faced a tough game of tennis against West Bloomfield Saturday, but beat them to win first place medals. Janek defeated Taylor Pinchoff (6-2, 6-3) and Lucas defeated Samantha Pinchoff (6-0, 6-3) at the OAA league meet. ‘I was pleased that both Nicole and Alyssa defeated players who had beat them […]

Athlete of the Week

Clarkston Cavaliers took time the past few weekends to win a tournament and help Special Olympics. They took Lansing by storm April 27. They beat five teams and won first place at the Aim High Lansing Tournament. They out shot Cereal City, 61-49; Michigan Magic, 60-37; Aztecs, 36-34; Triple Threat, 99-88; and Detroit Stars, 54-47. […]

Undefeated on the links

During their first spring season the boys golf team has endured rain, wind and daily change of temperatures. None of the conditions have held them back from leading the OAA Red division with a undefeated record, 6-0. Monday they kept up their momentum in their second OAA Red league meet and took first place. Clarkston […]

Racing to a big finish

Regionals are quickly approaching and Clarkston’s track teams are ready to compete. During the OAA league meet last weekend, the girls took second place and the boys took seventh. ‘This season has been about working with young guys,? said boys varsity coach John Bennink. ‘They will come out more in seasons to come.? During the […]

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 […]