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Cats take a beating

Lost opportunities doomed the Oxford Wildcats last week in their second-place showdown with West Bloomfield. The Lakers' defensive front twice shut down Coach Bud Rowley's Wildcats inside the one yard line to shutout Oxford, 21-0....more >>
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Wolves eye Dragons next

Gridiron heroes are back on the road this week as they head to Lake Orion to face off with one of their biggest rivals. The Wolves aren't taking the Dragons current overall record 4-3 lightly....more >>
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Undefeated season

Athletes of The Week

The Clarkston Boys Junior Varsity Soccer B team finished their season undefeated on Oct. 8. "In the game of soccer, I believe it is rare to have an undefeated season through 12 games against several different teams mixed with home and away games," said Coach Tony Sajan....more >>
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Myers becomes a Crusader

Senior Andrew Myers wanted his signing to Madonna University to be low key so he sat down in the chair of Clarkston Boys Varsity Basketball and Clarkston High School Athletic Director Dan Fife's chair with coaches, teammates and family watching the big moment....more >>

Matisse qualifies for state finals

Sophomore Alex Matisse is heading to the MHSAA Boys Tennis Division 1 State Finals this week after qualifying on the Singles No. 1 court. "It was really exciting to qualify just because the person I had to play I have looked up to for a long time," he said....more >>

Spikers to take on top teams

The Lady Wolves gave fans a sample to why they are ranked No. 1 in the state as they beat Troy last Thursday at home, 3-0. "We have been ranked high before," said Clarkston Varsity Volleyball Head Coach Kelly Pinner....more >>
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Born October 20th
1901: Adelaide Hall, cabaret singer.
1925: Art Buchwald, humorist.
1931: Mickey Mantel, baseball great who played for the New York Yankees
1932: Michael McClure, beat poet.
1940: Robert Pinsky, former U.S. Poet Laureate.
October 20th
in history
1870: The Summer Palace in Beijing, China, is burnt to the ground by a Franco-British expeditionary force.
1903: The Joint Commission, set up on January 24 by Great Britain and the United States to arbitrate the disputed Alaskan boundary, rules in favor of the United States. The deciding vote is Britain's, which embitters Canada. The United States gains ports on the panhandle coast of Alaska.
1904: Bolivia and Chile sign a treaty ending the War of the Pacific. The treaty recognizes Chile's possession of the coast, but provides for construction of a railway to link La Paz, Bolivia, to Arica, on the coast.
1924: Baseball's first 'colored World Series' is held in Kansas City, Mo. The talented athletes of the negro leagues.
1938: Czechoslovakia, complying with Nazi policy, outlaws the Communist Party and begins persecuting Jews. The unprecedented Nuremberg Trial.