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Wildcats share 10th straight league title with Clarkston

The Wildcat grapplers secured their 10th consecutive league title during the Feb. 5 OAA Red Division League Championship held at Stoney Creek . However, this year's title is being shared with rival Clarkston....more >>
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DeLong bowls a perfect game

ust weeks after MacKenzie Janssen threw a perfect game for the Lady Cats varsity bowling team, another Wildcat bowler joined her in the upper echelon by bowling a 300 game. This time it was the boy's varsity senior Co-Captain Luke DeLong....more >>
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Medici signs with Northwood

Oxford High School senior Christina Medici has been playing soccer since the age of 6. On Feb. 3, she signed on the dotted line to continue playing for Northwood University next year....more >>

Bowlers stay undefeated

The Wildcat varsity boy bowlers kept their undefeated record intact last week by defeating Ferndale 27-3. After sweeping both baker games, the Wildcats "were sloppy and making a lot of mistakes," according to Head Coach J....more >>

Cagers lose

The Wildcat hoopsters lost their OAA crossover game to Ferndale by a score of 65-55 on Feb. 5. "It was a close game until the fourth quarter," said Oxford Head Coach Dave Brown. "Ferndale picked up the defensive pressure in the fourth and our offense couldn't respond....more >>

Lady Cats lose to Harrison

In a tough contest on the hardwood, but the Oxford girls varsity basketball team suffered a 47-41 loss to Harrison High School on Feb. 4. "The girls played a tremendous game with discipline and poise," said Oxford Head Coach Steve Emert....more >>

Cheer team takes 7th

The Lady Cats varsity competitive cheer team took seventh place with a score of 712 points at the OAA Championship this past weekend. The top four teams were Troy with 681 points, Athens with 763, Rochester with 783 and Clarkston with 737....more >>
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Born February 11th
1800: William Henry Fox Talbot, photography pioneer, produced the first book with photographic illustrations (The Pencil of Nature).
1833: Melville Weston Fuller, eighth U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice.
1847: Thomas Alva Edison, prolific American inventor who jointly or singly held over 1,300 patents.
1855: Josephine Marshall Jewell Dodge, American educator, pioneer in the concept of day nurseries for children.
1898: Leo Szilard, physicist, instrumental in the Manhattan Project.
February 11th
in history
1953: Walt Disney's film Peter Pan premieres.
1954: A 75,000-watt light bulb is lit at the Rockefeller Center in New York, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Thomas Edison's first light bulb.
1955: Nationalist Chinese complete the evacuation of the Tachen Islands.
1959: Iran turns down Soviet aid in favor of a U.S. proposal for aid.
1962: Poet and novelist Sylvia Plath commits suicide in London at age 30.