Learning the game

Young players left the gym Clarkston Junior High last Saturday knowing how to get past defense and shoot the perfect basket. Girls spent 10 weeks learning the fundamentals of basketball from coaches and teams from the Clarkston Girls Basketball program at Horizon Hoops camp. “This was probably our best year in participation,? said Girls Varsity […]

Cagers play harder to keep streak

Cagers are finding it tougher as they get deeper into their season and closer to the playoffs. They defeated North Farmington, 47-25. During the first half, the Raiders defense kept Clarkston down to 17 points. ‘It’s a tough game play in,? said Clarkston Coach Dan Fife. ‘It’s a tough game to coach in because you […]

Athlete of the Week

Clarkston graduate Robbie Clark is finishing his last season on the Albion College Men’s Basketball team with an impact. He scored a career high of 17 points against rival, Adrian College to help the team win, 84-70. He led during the first half putting 12 points on the board. ‘It was nice to beat them,? […]

Signed, sealed, on their way to Michigan colleges

Senior Tiffany Kincaid had all the information she needed to decide on which university she would be running for in the fall. She made a spreadsheet and listed each school’s cost, different scholarships offered to her, the distance from home, and how she felt about the team and the coaches. Then, the decision was made […]

Icers ready to continue winning streak

Seniors left the ice with a smile on their faces and bragging rights after defeating Lake Orion in their last face-off against their rivals. The Dragons had kept the game tied up until the third period. With nine minutes remaining in the game, the Wolves found themselves in close proximity to the net and a […]

Sports in a flash

Ready to end streak Lady Cagers lost to Rochester Adams (41-32) and Southfield-Lathrup (43-26) Kayla Brimacombe led against Adams, scoring three 3-pointers. Megan Hastings led against Lathrup with eight points. The girls played at Rochester on Tuesday. They are at Southfield on Friday and back home on Feb. 17 against Troy. JV begins at 5:30 […]

Riverdawgs donate gear to Dominican Republic

A couple of boxes and a few baseball equipment bags sat waiting to be picked up in the lobby of Mt. Zion Center by former Clarkston Riverdawg coach Mike Navarre. All of the Riverdawg coaches had gathered unwanted baseball uniforms and equipment from their players to be sent to under-privileged kids in the Dominican Republic. […]

They just wanted to dance

The Clarkston Wolves Pom Pon dance team entertained the crowd at Friday’s basketball victory against North Farmington with their annual duet show. The guys, dressed in their nerdiest best, had to overcome their shyness to invite the girls to dance. Once they did, the audience enjoyed a dance medley of ‘Grease,? Whitney Houston, and other […]

Wolves improve record, 10-0

A few moments after Brandon Pokley’s fourth 3-point traveled past the rim and through the netting a yellow poster board shot up from the student section. Pokley’s classmate in Clarkston camo-wear was keeping tally of how many 3-pointers the senior made during the game against West Bloomfield. One more mark was added to the poster […]

Ready for rival rematch

Icers split their week in two non-league games in a loss to Port Huron Northern and a win over West Bloomfield. Coach Bryan Krygier saw the only thing he wanted out of the team – to keep playing hard no matter what the score was. ‘They showed a lot of heart,? said Krygier after the […]