Athlete of the Week

Senior David Morin has defended against some of the toughest hockey teams, but none of them could be as tough as the fight for his life he had a few years ago when he was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Two weeks before his freshman year began, Morin had stomach pains. ‘When I laid down, you […]

Weekend wrestling brings dual win, loss

Varsity Grapplers had a busy week with winning a dual meet last Wednesday and a losing a close match against Detroit Catholic Central, 35-32, two days later. In their dual meet, the grapplers took on Avondale and beat them 58-10. They followed it up by beating Waterford – Kettering 48-17. Clarkston took on Avondale first […]

Varsity look out!

Alex Riddle and Harper Garcia were just a few of the youngsters from all over Oakland County to come out of the cold Saturday to participate in Clarkston Wrestling Club’s Annual Hardcore Christmas Classic. Competitors from the ages of 5 to 14 were there to show their skill and meet new friends. ‘I would like […]

Playing with confidence

Lady Cagers showed they are coming together as a team Friday, during their loss to West Bloomfield, 48-38, bringing their overall record 3-2. ‘I thought we played pretty well tonight on both sides of the floor,? said Coach Tim Wasilk. ‘Our shots weren’t going down. Tonight we were 5 on 24, that’s not going to […]

Icers honor holidays at tournament

The final game of Clarkston’s Annual Christmas Tournament came down to double overtime. Unfortunately, Clarkston wasn’t playing. Already knocking out Clarkston and Novi, the Cranes of Cranbrook Kingswood beat the Cardinals of Davison 1-0. Jacob Friedman scored the winning goal, with an assist from Greg Leonardo. In the first round of the annual Christmas Tournament, […]


In last Thursday’s swim meet, the Sea Wolves beat Rochester Adams, 106-79. In their first meet of the season against Harrison, the team placed first in six events. Against Rochester Adams, they topped it this past week by taking first place in seven events. Sophomore Jordan Zendejas took first place in one meter diving with […]

A good start

Returning seniors Oliver Kupe and Julius Porter led their team to victory in their first game of the season, winning 68-57 over Pontiac Central. With a team of returning players and a lot of new, fresh faces, Coach Dan Fife echoed what Assistant Coach Eric Chambers said to the team, ‘it was a pretty good […]

Athlete of the Week

Clarkston graduate Jonathan Moehlig is one of five athletes nominated for the Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup. The award is presented by Athletes for a Better World to athletes who best display character, teamwork, and citizenship. The award honors athletes who excel both on and off the field and serve as role models to the community. […]

Pinning the competition

Grapplers celebrated victory after two meets this week. Grapplers won over Troy-Athens 56-12 and Lake Orion 34-26 in their Double Dual at Avondale on Wednesday. Alex Popp set the tone for the meet. Popp was the first to compete with Troy Athens and pinned his opponent two minutes into the first period for the 135 […]

Icers break even

After their loss to Kettering last week, the Wolves came back with strong focus. ‘We played more defensively, we got the puck out of our zone,? said Coach Bryan Krygier on his team’s 4-0 win, Dec. 5, over Stoney Creek. ‘We got the first goal, continued to build on it. I think we played a […]