Wolfpack Update: Cross Country and Girls Golf

The Clarkston Cross Country teams dominated their races again as the boys and girls teams both took first place at the Autumn Classic on Saturday.
The boys team finished in first place out of 22 teams at the event with 70 points.
Junior Brendan Favazza finished in first place out of over 400 runners as he finished his race in 16:21.
The top five runners for the Wolves also included junior Christian Collis, finishing in fourth place at 17:19; junior Carson Brock, 14th, 18:06; freshman Andrew Sesti, 25th, 18:25; and sophomore Bo Anderson, 26th, 18:26.
The top five teams included Warren DeLaSalle in second place with 74 points; Stoney Creek, third, 77; Milford, fourth, 92; and Macomb Lutheran North, fifth, 171.
The girls finished in first place out of 20 teams with 84 points and had their five top runners finish in the top 30 out of a field of over 300 runners.
Freshman Elyse Wilhelm led the pack finishing in eighth place at 21:08. Senior Emily Ferguson was close behind in ninth place at 21:12. Senior Megan Ford finished in 16th place, 21:54; sophomore Olivia Galio, 22nd, 22:05; and sophomore Ashleigh Strong, 29th, 22:18.
The top five teams included Marysville in second place with 123 points; Sterling Heights Stevenson, third, 148; Imlay City, fourth, 155; and Milford, fifth, 158.
Varsity runners head to the Jackson Invitational this Saturday at Ella Sharp Park in Jackson, beginning at 10 a.m.
The varsity and JV teams head to the OAA Jamboree No. 2 at Lake Orion on Tuesday.
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The Clarkston Girls Varsity Golf team finished in fourth place in the Division 1 Oakland County Championship at Pontiac Country Club, Sept. 12.
The Wolves finished with a score of 353. Claudia Sampson led the team as she tied for sixth place out of 92 golfers with a par of 80.
Elin Gebrowsky finished with a par of 89 in the top 20 with 19th place; Ashley Liles, 90; Payton Greenlee, 94; and Lauren Hartline, 95.
Bloomfield Hills finished in first place at the tournament with a 325. The top ten finishes also included Stoney Creek at second place with 348; Farmington Mercy, third, 351; South Lyon, fifth, 357; Detroit Country Day and Marian tied at sixth, 359; Lake Orion, eighth, 370; Notre Dame Prep, ninth, 374; and Rochester Adams, tenth, 382.