Wolfpack Update for September 29, 2021

The Clarkston Boys Soccer Program hosts their annual Youth Soccer Night this Friday, Oct. 1 at the Clarkston High School stadium.
Admission is$5 at the door. Youth wearing a soccer jersey get in for free. Every spectator will receive a door prize ticket.
There is a halftime shootout during the varsity game for all the young athletes. Door prize tickets handed out to every spectator
Clarkston Boys Soccer JVB team starts the night off at 4 p.m. against Birmingham Groves. JVA plays Lake Orion at 5:30 p.m. Varsity plays Grosse Pointe North at 7 p.m.
The varsity team is currently ranked fifth in Division 1 by the Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association and won both games last week, with a 2-0 win over Groves and a 5-0 win over Oxford.

Clarkston Boys Tennis enjoyed the sun on the courts last Friday as the varsity team hosted Rochester Adams which was postponed from Sept. 21 due to rain.
The boys lost their match to the Highlanders, 9-0.
“We are very young,” shared Chas Claus, head coach. “We are growing. It is a rebuilding year. I like this team.”
He added the team has three seniors and a lot of freshmen mixed in with juniors and sophomores.
“There’s a lot of young guys getting a lot of good experience,” Claus said, adding they see a lot of good teams playing in the OAA and play in high end tournaments.
The Wolves opened the week against North Farmington and Berkley.
They prep as they start the post-season next week as they host the 2021 Lower Peninsula Boys Tennis Regional 7.
Players on the Singles courts are Blake Botterill, Aiden Brock, Logan Harris and Adam Walsh.
Players on the Doubles courts are Ryan Snudden, Ethan Banyas, Lane Robison, Evan Banyas, Evan Pliska, Wes Atterberry, Owen Lamz, Michael Moldovan, Andrew Morehead and Colin Whitecar.
~Wendi Reardon Price

Clarkston Cross Country varsity runners competed in the Jackson Invitational on Saturday.
The girls team finished in 12th place against 25 teams with 284.
Sophomore Alexandra Brigham led the team as she finished in sixth place in the time of 18:57.2 Junior Cate Cotter finished in 57th place in the time of 20:45.2; sophomore Anna Reineck, 59th, 20:49.8; senior Mackenzie Montigano, 72nd, 21:01.7; sophomore Nora Miller, 94th, 21:31.1; and sophomore Claire Walker, 114th, 22:32.4.
The top five teams were Ann Arbor Pioneer in first place, 34; Traverse City Central, second, 70; Saline, third, 72; Temperance Bedford, fourth, 170; and Ann Arbor Skyline, fifth, 177.
The boys team finished in 15th place out of 32 teams with 404.
Senior Joey Taverna led the team finishing in 11th place in the time of 16:40.2. Sophomore Bryce Nowik finished in 64th place, 17:36.6; sophomore Andrew Floros, 74th, 17:46.4; sophomore Matthew Boor, 126th, 18:25.7; freshman Sam King, 135th, 18:38.3; freshman Jaxson Nowik, 141st, 18:43.8; and senior Hunter Bogar, 143rd, 18:53.
The Wolves opened the week in the OAA Red Jamboree No. 2 at Bloomer Park on Tuesday. They compete in Hanson’s Invitational on Saturday at Freedon Hill County Park.

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