Tough tennis at tournament

After competing against eight schools, the girls from Clarkston took first place at the Holly-Powers Invitational. The Lady Wolves varsity tennis team scored 22 points during the Saturday invitational. ‘The girls played tough tennis and stayed focused,? said coach Craig Judd. The rainy weather took the invitational inside the Genesys Athletic Club where Clarkston competed […]

Tied in knots

The first win of the season is proving elusive for Girls Varsity Soccer. The team held Birmingham Groves and Seaholm to zero goals, but they fought just as hard to keep Clarkston from scoring, ending both nights with tied games, 0-0. ‘I was expecting a competitive game,? said coach Sarah Wasilk about their game against […]

Tee time

Golfers took to the fairway to battle the wind and Rochester Falcons The Wolves beat Rochester, 159-173. ‘They did well,? said varsity coach Mark Wiegand. ‘The wind and rain didn’t help during the match, but it didn’t seem to effect Matt Fuller, who golfed three under par for 34. That is good in those conditions.? […]

Batter up!

With the arrival of spring, baseball players were able to take to the field and play their first games of the season. The Wolves went against three teams last week and won all three, for a 3-0 record. ‘Our kids have been playing really well,? said coach Phil Price. ‘Since tryouts, they have had a […]

Split ends for softballers

Softballers split their week with a win over Grand Blanc and a loss to Farmington. They hosted both schools in the double header games. Against Grand Blanc, Taylor Hasselbach and Shantel Uballe had two RBIs and Bailee Braunreuther had one RBI in the first game. Kara Wandrie had three RBIs in the second game. The […]

Injuries don’t sideline team

Injuries kept five girls from playing against Farmington High School. But that didn’t bring the rest of the Clarkston’s girls varsity soccer team from scoring two goals and staying in the game, finishing with a tie. ‘I think they knew their backs were against the wall a little bit with us having so many players […]

Lacrosse uses losses to find their footing

Julian Rob struck first in Clarkston Lacrosse’s game against Notre Dame, but the Wolves couldn’t hold off the Irish. Clarkston fell in their first two games of the season, to Notre Dame, 8-4, and Seaholm High School, 11-4. ‘We are getting better from our last game and where we started off in the season,? said […]

Athlete of the Week

Eighth grader Faith Lieder competed with wrestlers around the country, taking fifth place. She participated in the United States Girls Wrestling Association’s National Girls Wrestling Tournament. The event took place March 29-30 in Livonia. At the tournament, Lieder joined girls ranging from 5-25 years old. She ended the tournament with a 3-2 record, giving her […]

Looking for their first win

Abby Haelewyn of Stoney Creek kicked in a goal less than six minutes into their game Friday against Clarkston. It was enough. ‘We faced a good team and we competed with them and I am really proud of them for that,? said Clarkston coach Sarah Wasilk. ‘They were much more disciplined, controlled and aggressive – […]

Time to tee off

The long winter made it a challenge for golfers to get on the green to practice for the upcoming spring season.. On Thursday, golfers proved the winter didn’t slowed them down. During their OAA Division Red Tournament, Clarkston’s varsity team placed third with a score of 313. Individual medalists for the Wolves were Tom Ronk […]