Waste Not, Want Not: Lake Orion schools get new water bottle filling stations throughout the district

By Megan Kelley Review Writer It’s all about reduce, reuse and recycle. Today, minimizing our carbon footprint has never been so easy and because of that, it is something Oakland County is looking to work toward. In May of this year, the Oakland County board had allocated more than $500,000 to be used for purchasing […]

Dragons stun Highlanders to grab first victory of season

Dragons stun Highlanders to grab first victory of season

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor It had been a while since Lake Orion’s football team claimed a signature win against a top team, but the Dragons ended that streak on Friday night, coming from behind in an exciting finish to beat the previously undefeated Rochester Adams Highlanders, 28-24. The back-and-forth battle was decided […]

Wildcats slay Dragons in rivalry win to take the Double O Trophy

Wildcats slay Dragons in rivalry win to take the Double O Trophy

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor Oxford made the big plays that Lake Orion could not, and the Wildcats earned a convincing 28-7 victory over the Dragons last Thursday in their annual rivalry matchup. Lake Orion’s offense struggled for the second consecutive game, possessing the ball for only 15:37, less than half of the […]

These Dragon’s have PEPP!

These Dragon’s have PEPP!

On one night, a historic rivalry will unite for a common cause Lake Orion’s annual Pink Out Game is joining forces with Clarkston’s annual Football for a Cure Game to help benefit cancer survivors during their treatment. The charity football game is Oct. 12, when the Dragons take on the Wolves at Dragon Stadium, located […]

Four Dragon grads to join Lake Orion High School’s ‘Wall of Excellence’ on Sept. 15

An astronaut. A teacher. A judo champ. A musician. A U.S. Marine Corps colonel and an entrepreneur. These are the Dragon alumni recognized last year during the inaugural Wall of Excellence induction ceremony, celebrating those individuals who have gone above and beyond in their post-graduate careers. Now, Lake Orion High School has announced its 2018 […]

Dragons’ athleticism and hunger drive team in 2018

Dragons’ athleticism and hunger drive team in 2018

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor What Lake Orion’s varsity football team may lack in experience as the 2018 season approaches, it more than makes up in athleticism and hunger, according to Head Coach John Blackstock. The team’s desire to return the Dragons to the state playoffs after a one-year drought provided plenty of […]

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