Big finish

Clarkston fans continued to cheer for the Wolves Varsity Soccer team Saturday even after they lost the State Finals to Grand Rapids East Kenwood 0-2. ‘What I can’t say enough of is my boys,? said Coach Bican while looking over at his team. ‘I’m so proud of them. So proud of the way they carried […]

Strong play at semifinals

Clarkston Boys Varsity Soccer advanced to the finals with a 4-1 win over Utica Eisenhower Oct 31. ‘The boys came out, they played,? said Wolves Coach Adam Bican. ‘I had sophomore hit by a car and he was played, Andrew Campbell, it’s fantastic to be able to watch him the field after everything he has […]

Over the net, onto regionals

With a win over three teams at Districts, the girls Varsity Volleyball team won Class A District Final. They will continue on to MHSAA Regionals. Last Thursday, the team played the first round against Waterford Mott. They won the game with 3-0. The first match began with Mott trailing a few points behind the Lady […]

Strong seasons for 7th-grade footballers

The Sashabaw Middle School Seventh Grade Gold Football team ended their season last Tuesday with an undefeated record of 6-0. They won with a score of 22-0 in their final game against Crary Middle School. With seventeen seconds left in the game, excited football players on the sidelines celebrated their victory by picking up the […]

Horizon Hoop Basketball returns Nov. 10

The Horizon Hoop Basketball League begins Saturday, Nov. 10, 9 a.m. at Clarkston High School’s gym. The league is open to girls grade K-8, and boys grade K-2, experienced or beginners. Sign up at Clarkston High School. Students K-4 can sign up at 9 a.m., playing from 9-10 a.m. Grade 5-8 sign up at 10 […]

Swimming to the win

The Clarkston Girls Varsity Swimming team won their league in the OAA Finals on Friday. They won with 352 points, competing against Stoney Creek and Lake Orion for the league win in the OAA finals. The last event of the 400 Yard Freestyle Relay determined the winner. Clarkston took first place in the relay and […]

Wendi’s Word A column by Wendi Reardon

Maybe you have seen me in the middle of the bleachers with a notebook in one hand, a pen in the other hand with a camera strapped ready for action. Let me officially introduce myself. I am Wendi, your new Sports Writer. It’s nice to meet you. Here is a little bit about me. I […]

Wolves pound Eagles in playoffs

The Wolves thrashed Utica Eisenhower, 44-18, in their first Division 1 playoff game Friday night. “We came out and played fired up football. We didn’t go through the motions for two quarters,” said coach Kurt Richardson. Clarkston’s lead came quickly. In the first 45 seconds of the first quarter, Jimmy Popp ran towards Eisenhower’s end […]

Athlete of the Week

Jordan Clark won first place in a “Super, Super Shooter” contest during the first weekend of October. Clark is a sophomore at Clarkston High School who attended McCracken Basketball Camp during summer in Olivet, Michigan. At the end of each summer, the camp has a super shooter contest. Each camp has one winner. They brought […]

It’s a Mohawk thing

The Clarkston Varsity Soccer team showed why they are champions as they beat Rochester 2-1 this past Thursday. Before going into the Regional playoffs, the Wolves got the same, Mohawk-style hair cut. It wasn’t to intimidate their challengers, though maybe it did since they have made it to the semi-finals. It wasn’t to make a […]