Kicker Kupe ready for future

Oliver Kupe smiled as he signed his letter of intent to attend and play soccer for Northwestern last Wednesday. Wednesday was national signing day for many high school seniors. It marked the first day they could sign their letters of intent to which college they will be attending in the fall. ‘I felt very excited,? […]

Pokley leads cagers over S-field

A 29-point, fourth quarter surge by Clarkston’s varsity cagers, helped the Wolves improve their record to 11-2. Last Friday, Clarkston traveled to Southfield, topping the home team, 78-61. ‘Anytime you win on an away court, it’s a good win,? longtime Wolves coach Dan Fife said. ‘Southfield is a good ball team. We played very well. […]

Athlete of the Week

Zak Martens, who joined Clarkston Wrestling Club last year when one of his friends joined, took second place in Clarkston’s MYWAY tournament. In the tournament, he lost his first match of the day to the eventual champion of the 46/49 pound 7-8 year-old weight class. Not letting the defeat bring him down, he continued. He […]

Racers victorious

The varsity girls ski team took first place at the Traverse City Invitational on Jan. 29. The lady Wolves scored a total of 30 points in the giant slalom. Hannah Wolf finished first (:53.75). Maddy Dunn took second place (:54.56). Also placing were Analicia Honkamen in eighth (:57.61), Erica Halsey in 19th (:59.67) and Katelyn […]

Keeping up the pressure

The first time Clarkston’s Lady Cagers played the Lakers from West Bloomfield, they lost, 48-37. The Wolves faced them for a second time. This time they were ready and won, 50-26, bringing them to a 9-6 record. ‘It was a great team win,? said coach Tim Wasilk. ‘We came together for the shots tonight, which […]

Showdown on the mat

It was the battle of the titans, this past Sarurday as the five top squads from both Oakland and Macomb Counties met on the mat. Clarkston hosted the county dual meet between Clarkston, Lake Orion, Oxford, Novi Detroit Catholic Central, Holly, Romeo, Richmond, Chippewa Valley, Anchor Bay, and Utica Henry Ford. Each Oakland school had […]

Salo helps team sail past Mott in shutout

Chris Salo led the way last Saturday afternoon, scoring four goals to help beat Mott, 5-0. ‘It was a good game for us,? said coach Bryan Krygier. The Wolves pulled out all the stops going against the Corsairs, with a strong offense and defense and more shots on goal. The first goal came with three […]

Senior Night win

After two weeks, the boys swim team came back to make a powerful splash. Tuesday marked a special night for them. They beat Berkley, 121-65, bringing their record 5-1. The team had the day off from school, from classes being cancelled. Coach Kenwyn Chock thought it helped the team for the win. ‘It made team […]

A new cold war?

Lake Orion had something to prove when they went up against Clarkston Saturday. They proved their hockey prowess to their crosstown rivals in the first period. Less than four minutes into the game, Corbin Rainey made the first goal on a power play. Blaine Horn assisted Rainey on the point. Lake Orion’s next goal came […]

Athletes of the Week

The Varsity Pom Pon team danced their way into first place at the 17th Annual Palace Classic Championship Jan. 5. Their win allowed them to perform during halftime at the Detroit Pistons versus Celtics basketball game after the competition. ‘The girls and I were very excited!? said Coach Emily Jackson. The team has a long […]