The Clarkston Boys Varsity Lacrosse team were off to a hot start last week as they kept their opponents low as they scored high.
They opened the week with a 12-2 win over Oxford, May 9. The scoring started in the first few minutes off a pass Drew Vandenberg to Harry Skinner. Skinner assisted on one of the next two goals made by Dakota Locher as the Wolves closed the first quarter, 3-0.
Clarkston would score seven more goals before the Wildcats got on the board in the third quarter.
Locher led the team with six goals. Skinner and Sam Lightfoot finished the night with three goals and one assist each.
Keagan King, Jeff Barnett and Jack Gurn had one assist each.
The Wolves followed the win by defeating Stoney Creek last Friday, 20-3.
Lightfoot led the team with six goals and and two assists. King had three goals. Keelan McKouen, Eric Csizmadia, Miguel Need and Skinner had two goals each.
Joel LaBruzzy, Drew Darin and Locher scored one goal each.
The boys opened the week against Troy Athens and face off against Stoney Creek again this Thursday in the first round of regionals at 6 p.m. at Clarkston High School.
The Clarkston Boys Varsity Golf team finished the fifth Annual Shorian-Husky Invite in first place last Friday.
They finished in cold, wet conditions with a 302. They had four golfers finish in the top five as Harry Bowman and Cole Smaka both finished with a par of 75 for second place. Noah Bridgeman and Alex Oda hit a 76 for fifth place.
The Wolves finished second place in the Schwartz Investment tournament at Pine Lake Country Club, May 7. They scored a total of 297, one stroke shy of first place with Lake Orion at 296. Patrick Deardorff led the team with a par of 70. Bowman shot a 74; Bridgeman shot a 76; and Smaka shot a 77.
Bloomfield Hills finished in third place with a 303. Hartland finished in fourth place, 304; and Cranbrook, fifth, 310 for the top five teams.
The JV A team finished in fifth place in the 13 Annual Farmington Junior Varsity Invitational on Friday and had all five golfers place in the top 15. Trevor McKnee and Brendan Aughe finished with a 79. Cameron Thomas had a 82; Aaron VanBuren had a 84; and Justin Fisher had a 85.
The Clarkston Varsity Baseball team lost their 3-game series against Stoney Creek last week.
The boys opened with a 5-4 loss on May 7. Jack Anderson had two RBIs and Owen Alexander had one RBI. Anderson, Seth Bacon and Ryan Barber had two hits. Jake Spicer had six strikeouts on the mound.
During the second game of the double header, they lost 5-3. Bacon had three RBIs and one hit. Spicer and Jake Giolitti had one hit each. Cole Donchez had two strikeouts.
Stoney Creek opened last Wednesday’s game with four runs in the first inning and won the game, 6-1. Bacon had two hits and Josh Luther had three strikeouts. The Wolves had a record of 10-11-1 as they opened the week with a double header at Rochester Adams, Monday. They host the Highlanders on Wednesday at 4 p.m., then the annual Nathan Manuel tournament on Saturday.