On to round two

Round one is in the bag, but not easily. Waterford Kettering’s cagers were ready for Clarkston, keeping them behind for the first half of the game. But the Wolves prevailed and won the first round of districts, 39-31. ‘They played well, they outsmarted us,? said Clarkston coach Dan Fife. ‘We were fortunate to win. In […]

Taking over the league

Jordan Zendejas jumped into the swimming pool with the rest of his teammates Friday night in celebration of winning their OAA II league meet. Clarkston took first place after scoring 345 points after three days of competition. For Zendejas, the night brought a personal victory. He set a new pool record for one meter diving. […]

Cagers closing on league victory

Cagers continue their strong hold on to their sixth place position in the state after two back-to-back wins. The wins brought their record to 16-2. Clarkston beat Southfield-Lathrup, 73-66. Julius Porter was 15-16 on free throws, which helped lead to his high score of 23 points throughout the game. Brandon Pokley was next and added […]

Athlete of the Week

Alexandra Perrino is ready for her fourth season on Oakland University’s varsity softball team. During her time with the Grizzlies, she has played 141 games. Her positions have included third base, first base and designated hitter. During her last season, Perrino led the infielders with a fielding percentage of .995. Currently, she starts at first […]

Heartbreaker ends season

An 11 point lead into the last quarter wasn’t enough to keep Clarkston’s Lady Cagers in the hunt. ‘We didn’t shoot the ball well and didn’t get the job done in the fourth quarter,? said Clarkston coach Tim Wasilk. The Wolves ended their season Monday after losing to Oxford in the district playoffs, 35-33. The […]

Wolves slip on the ice

Two rematch games could have gone either way, but neither went for Clarkston. Varsity hockey lost their two rematch games last week, bringing their record 8-14-1. On Thursday, they played against Lake Orion and lost, 3-1. In the Wolves? first game against the Dragons, they lost 2-0. ‘I thought it went pretty well. I think […]

On the road to states

The Varsity girls ski team continued on their journey towards states by winning regionals last Thursday at Mount Holly. The perfect score is a 20, the team had 23, scoring 11 points in the slalom and 12 points in the giant slalom. ‘We did very well as a team. We were very united,? said junior […]

District champs head for regionals

Grapplers are getting ready for regional competitions this week after successful districts. The Wolves took their place as district champions for Division 1 after pinning Waterford Mott and Kettering this past Wednesday. The wins brought their overall record up to 16-4. ‘I think the guys are excited in the post season,? said Coach Joe DeGain. […]

Wendi’s Word A column by Wendi Reardon

Calling all Wolves? fans! Calling all Wolves? fans! I am looking for you! The winter season is drawing close to its end. Your teams are either close to ending their season (Cagers have two more home games this week, and Icers have one more home game.) Meaning, districts, regionals, and (hopefully) states are among us. […]

Maier and the mountain

Clarkston High School sophomore Sean Maier has spent his snow days preparing to go to nationals. Last year was Maier’s first year of snowboarding. He qualified to go to nationals, but he never got to go. A month before, he was warming up for Boarding for Breast Cancer and broke his shoulder. When the snow […]