Trying to connect

Clarkston’s kickers celebrated senior night by pushing for a win. All of their shots were blocked, though, and they settled for a tie, 0-0. ‘It been like that the whole season. We have been playing well,? said Clarkston coach Sarah Wasilk. ‘We have either come out one point short, or a tie. We’re still pushing […]

Rained out

Hitters faced rain during their Nathan Manuel Tournament on Saturday. They took to the field in the afternoon and beat Pontiac Northern, 12-3. ‘We did okay, it was our first game on Saturday. We were a little rusty,? said coach Phil Price. ‘Matt Kamieniecki did a nice job pitching, but he struggled at his command […]

Golfers ready for a big week

After playing tough competition in the last few weeks, golfers are ready for some more. ‘It’s going to be a big week,? said varsity coach, Mark Wiegand. The boys play undefeated Troy on Wednesday and Rochester Adams on Thursday. ‘They are always tough against us,? said Wiegand. He was hopeful playing the Bay City Western […]

Race for a cure

This Saturday the swim teams and lacrosse teams are raising money for cancer. The boys and girls swim teams are holding a Breast Cancer Swimathon at the Clarkston High School Natotorium from 12 p.m.-2 p.m. All proceeds will go to the Breast Cancer 3-day walk in Detroit, September 26-28.

Crossing sticks

A push at the end of the game did not help to bring the boys lacrosse team a win over Lake Orion. They lost the game, 7-5. ‘We played 48 minutes complete,? said coach Brian Kaminskas. ‘Sometimes it doesn’t go your way. The boys played hard. The boys did everything we asked them to do.? […]

High hopes for league

Tecumseh won Clarkston’s Michigan Stars softball tournament over the weekend. ‘Our tournament was very successful,? said coach Don Peters. Forty-eight teams came to play at the event hosted by Clarkston. The Wolves had their own success. They won two of the five games they played during the weekend. ‘It was up and down. We could […]

Forbes goes for win

Three minutes remained in the game and Clarkston boys lacrosse team was faced with losing their lead. Their opponent Utica Eisenhower had spent the entire second half catching up with the Wolves on the scoreboard. As the clock ticked down to 2:38, Eisenhower tied the score, 8-8. The Wolves knew what they had to do. […]

Athletes of the Week

Senior Rob Sims and junior Luke Prudhomme have helped to lead the varsity baseball team, 11-4. Playing against Groves, Sims hit 4-for-5. He hit a home run, a double and 6 RBIs, out of the teams total 12 RBIs for the game. Prudhomme was the winning pitcher in last Saturday’s game against Chippewa Valley. The […]

Beating the odds

When he was a child, his mom, Dahl Enoch, was told he shouldn’t play sports at all. ‘I was sick,? said Devere, ‘but I didn’t think I was sick. I had some problem areas. I knew nothing was wrong with me? Devere had seizures starting when he was 9 months old, 2-3 a day. He […]

Fourth against top state teams

Gusty winds and the top tennis teams from all over Michigan awaited the girls varsity tennis team at Ann Arbor Pioneer Invitational. The girls fought through it and didn’t let the weather effect them as they took fourth place. Grosse Point North took first place followed by Ann Arbor and Novi in second and third […]