JV Cross Country pulls out narrow victory at Invitational

The 9th and 10th Grade Cross Country runners competed in the Bloomer Freshman/Sophomore Invitational Monday night and were able to pull out a one point victory over Clarkson and the other 12 teams competing. The Dragons were led by Sophomore Ryan Mulcahy’s second place finish, along with Freshman Andrew Nolan (4th), Sophomore Justin Keppler (6th), […]

Boy’s Cross Country team takes strides at Invitational

The Lake Orion cross country team was able to pull out a one point victory at the Oxford Invitational on Friday to take the Invitational trophy. Led by senior Jack Everts, who finished in 6th place, the Dragons came rolling in with Ryan Mulcahy (7th), Matthew Mulligan (11th), Matthew Junkin (13th) and Andrew Nolan (14th) […]

Water polo team sees success as program develops

The Lake Orion Water Polo team may be a young program, but it continues to see improvement and has postseason aspirations as the team continues to develop. “The team has done really well this season overall. We grew in numbers from 18 last year to 26 boys on the team this year. This has allowed […]

Lake Orion outlasts Birmingham Seaholm for overtime win

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Writer Lake Orion senior Joe Slayton has made big plays on defense all season, but none bigger than his blocked field goal on the last play in regulation against Birmingham Seaholm last Friday. When the football deflected off Slayton’s airborne, outstretched arms and fluttered to the ground, the Dragons […]

Kopec named LOHS varsity girls basketball coach

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer The Lake Orion school district named Kevin Kopec as the new varsity girls basketball coach at the end of September, and he’s a name that should be familiar to students and residents. Kopec has been at the high school since 2002, teaching social studies and American Government. He’s also […]

Blocked punt and touchdown spurs Lake Orion rout of Troy Athens

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Writer An unlikely hero sparked Lake Orion’s football team last Friday, turning a close game in the rain against Troy Athens into a second-half rout, with the Dragons winning 47-14. Down by six points early in the third quarter, the Red Hawks were pinned deep in their own territory […]

Dragons upset Warriors in physical football battle

By Joe St. Henry Review Contributing Writer Lake Orion’s varsity football team exemplified what the mantra “Orion Tough” means on both sides of the ball last Friday in an impressive victory over Southfield A&T, 21-14. The upset win improved the Dragons’ record to 3-2 (3-1 OAA Red) and, more importantly, improved the team’s path to […]

Girls cross country team keeps getting stronger

By Jim Newell Review Staff Writer For a coach, nothing can beat having an experienced team of seasoned veterans who know your program and training regimen. But youth and enthusiasm can make up for a lot. A young Lake Orion High School girls’ varsity cross country team competed in the first jamboree of the season […]

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