Wolfpack Update for May 1, 2019

The Clarkston Boys Varsity Lacrosse team posted two wins last week including a league win over Bloomfield Hills.
They beat the Blackhawks last Thursday, 12-7. Eric Csizmadia led the pack with six goals during the night. Keelan McKouen had three goals and one assist. Drew Vandenberg and Jack Gurn both had one goal and two assists. Harry Skinner scored one goal and Jeff Barnett had three assists.
The boys opened the week with a 11-5 win over St. Mary’s, April 23. McKouen had two goals and two assists. Csizmadia and Matt Atchison had two goals and one assist each. Vandenberg had one goal and one assist.
The Wolves played Lake Orion on Tuesday and host Davison on Saturday, 7 p.m. for the conclusion of the day long Game for Hope. They host DeLaSalle next Tuesday, May 7.
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The Clarkston Girls Varsity Lacrosse team lost to Birmingham last Wednesday, 16-12.
Junior Kaitlyn Bridger led the pack with four goals. Senior Elizabeth Oda and junior Maya Roy each had three goals and junior Caroline Williamson had two goals.
They host Lakeland on Saturday at 3:30 p.m., Notre Dame Prep on Monday, 7 p.m., and Troy Athens, May 6, 5 p.m.
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The Clarkston Girls Varsity Soccer team went 1-1-1 for last week. They posted a 1-0 win over Farmington, April 23, with the loan goal from senior Michaela Rodriguez.
They lost to Oxford on Thursday, 4-3. Rodriguez scored the first goal of the night within the first minute and Caylee Ludwig posted two goals in the second half.
They tied a second game against Oxford on Friday, 1-1.
They head to Holly on Thursday. They host Lake Orion at Clarkston Junior High School this Friday.
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The Clarkston Boys Varsity Golf team finished in first place at the 33rd Annual Farmington Invite, April 26. Patrick Deardorff led the team taking first place at the tournament with a 69. Noah Bridgeman finished in third with a 71; Cole Smake, fourth, 74; and Harry Bowman, fifth, 76.
The JVA team won the county meet with a 328, second place finishers were 40 strokes away, April 26. Brendan Aughe finished in first place with a 78 par. Ty Drobot finished in second with a 82; Cameron Thomas, third, 83; Owen Masters, fourth, 85; and Brandt Botterill, sixth, 86.