Racing to the finish

Instead of beginning their season on Wednesday, the change in weather last week postponed the Varsity ski teams? first meet by one day. On Thursday, they were ready for the season to begin and raced against Detroit Country Day and Cranbrook-Kingswood for their first meet. The girls team won against Country Day 30-10 and Cranbrook […]

Icers back in action

Clarkston’s hockey team may have lost their first game back from a long break, but they came back defensively strong. Farmington Unified won the game last Wednesday, 2-0. Both teams were equal in the game, until the third period. With 9:48 left, Adam Phillips scored the first goal for Farmington Unified. The second goal was […]

Lessons learned

Lady Cagers lost both their games against Flint Powers Catholic and Southfield-Lathrup last week, bringing their overall record 5-5. They began the week last Monday playing a close game with Flint Powers Catholic, losing 57-54. ‘It was a pretty good game for us,? said Coach Tim Wasilk. During the game, the Lady Wolves remained behind […]

Hall of Fame coach retires at top of his game

After 28 years of teaching at Clarkston High School Walt Wyniemko, of Oxford, will say goodbye to teaching on Jan. 22 and begin his retirement. His first step towards retirement took place when he chose not to coach football last season. Wyniemko coached football for 40 years when he stepped down from the position. ‘It […]

Reaching for the horizon

After two months of learning and fun, Horizon Hoops ended their season last Saturday. This year, 200 children participated in the league, the most Varsity coach Tim Wasilk has seen since he started three years ago. From experienced to inexperienced, the league brought young girls into the gym to exercise and compete with their friends. […]

Ex-coach leaves the field at top of his game

Walt Wyniemko had an opportunity to see what his future will look like while students took a vacation during holiday break. After 28 years teaching at Clarkston High School, Walt Wyniemko will say good-bye on Jan. 22 and begin his retirement. His first step towards retirement took place when he chose not to coach football […]

Big win Wednesday, but Friday brings a loss

Lady Cagers had a rough start in their first game of the new year, but came back strong. ‘Tonight was a tough night,? said Coach Tim Wasilk after Wednesday’s 45-27 win over Pontiac Central. ‘It’s always tough when you have a few weeks off and come back together as a team. It showed tonight we […]

Athlete of the Week

Senior Taylor Daugherty has a way of being in the right spot to make a rebound basket. In her freshman year, she moved from Waterford to Clarkston, becoming a Lady Wolf. She noticed the differences between the schools? basketball programs immediately. One of the differences she noticed was not a lot of people attended the […]


About a minute left between Wolves and rival Lake Orion, the Dragons? Vincent Booker brought his team into the lead. His three-point field goal put Lake Orion up one point, but it didn’t last. A few seconds later, Clarkston’s Oliver Kupe put the Wolves back into the lead with a two-pointer. Two points down, after […]

Wolfpack Update

Thursday night brought disappointments to the Lady Cagers and Boys swim team. The Varsity Ladies lost their game with Southfield-Lathrup, 41-14. “Lathrup competed hard and had a good game plan,” said Coach Tim Wasilk. Going into their two games next week, Wasilk and the team feel optimistic. “Going against tough teams, makes you better,” said […]