A Look Back for December 21, 2022

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1997 Goodfellows make Christmas warmer: Thanks to area Goodfellows and churches, 167 needy children in the Clarkston area received new shoes, boots, hats and gloves for the holidays. The Goodfellows, comprised of Clarkston Rotary Club members and employees of Michigan Engineering, Inc. sold newspapers on Dec. […]

Wolves finish second at Oakland County tournament

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Sports Writer  Oxford — Clarkston Varsity Wrestling finished the two-day Oakland County Tournament in second place with eight athletes finishing in the top eight on Saturday. Preston LeFevre finished as champion in the 113-pound weight class with a 15-0 technical fall over Oxford’s Dominic Benjamin. “He had two pins […]

Cagers rally for win in second half vs. Old Redford

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Sports Writer Clarkston Boys Varsity Basketball fans cheered as senior Cavanaugh Diton made a basket to end the tie with Old Redford Academy with 30 seconds left on the clock in the Wolves’ home opener last Thursday. The Ravens attempted a 3-point shot and it bounced out. Junior Desman […]

Wolfpack Update for December 21, 2022

Wolves go 1-1 on court: Clarkston Girls Varsity Basketball went 1-1 last week. They opened the week with a 55-38 victory over Birmingham Seaholm on Tuesday, Dec. 13. Junior Emily Valencia led with 14 points. Sophomore Marley Mazur scored 11 points, senior Ava Hernandez had nine points and senior Keira Tolmie had seven points. The […]

First grader supercross-ready

First grader supercross-ready

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Sports Writer Seven-year-old Levi Teeter received an invitation of a lifetime at the beginning of December. Teeter, a first grader at Springfield Plains Elementary, has been selected to participate in the 2023 KTM Junior Supercross at the San Diego Supercross, January 21, 2023. His reaction was pure happiness. “We […]

Clarkston thespians ‘superior’ at festival

Clarkston thespians ‘superior’ at festival

Clarkston High School’s Troupe 803 participated in the Michigan Thespian Festival, Dec. 9-10, in Lansing. From CHS Troupe 803, 29 troupe members and six adults attended festival which had 1,400 theatre students from high schools all over the state of Michigan. Students spent the weekend attending workshops, auditioning for scholarships, networking with industry professionals and […]

A Look Back for December 14, 2022

From The Clarkston News archives 25 years ago – 1997 Joy to the city: Girl Scout troops from the Clarkston area met in Depot Park and hosted the first annual Neighborhood Caroling. As folks gathered to sing with the troops, they were encouraged to donate warm items like hats and mittens for Lighthouse Clarkston. DARE […]

Drone power

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Staff Writer  Dallas — After four months of testing, building, practicing and preparing, Team RUSH 27A led the Bell Vertical Drones Championship, Dec. 3. The team consisted of seven juniors and sophomores from Clarkston High School and two mentors from Team RUSH. They led the drone event with 336 […]

Outscoring the Dragons

By Wendi Reardon Price Clarkston News Sports Writer Bloomfield Hills — It came down to the third period for the Clarkston Varsity Hockey team in their rival game against Lake Orion last Thursday at Detroit Skating Club. The Dragons had held the lead 1-0 since the first period with a goal from Luca Chiarini. During […]

Wolfpack Update for December 14, 2022

Clarkston Boys Varsity Basketball opened the season with a 45-33 win over Stevenson, Dec. 6. Cavanaugh Diton and Brayden Wiley led the team with 11 points each. Diton had ten rebounds. Desman Stephens had nine points and ten rebounds. The Wolves lost to University of Detroit Jesuit on Saturday, 71-47. The Wolves host Detroit Old […]