Rivalry Night — Lake Orion varsity boys, girls basketball teams take on rivals at Oakland University

Rivalry Night — Lake Orion varsity boys, girls basketball teams take on rivals at Oakland University

It’s Rivalry Night for the Lake Orion varsity basketball teams on Jan. 29 at Oakland University. The Dragon girls varsity team will take on the Clarkston Wolves beginning at 5:30 p.m. The Dragon boys varsity team then tips off against the Oxford Wildcats at 7 p.m. Both games are in the Athletics Center O’rena. Tickets […]

LOCS highlights the Year in Review 2019

LOCS Superintendent Marion Ginopolis will regularly share thoughts and updates about district-related topics in The Review. This week’s article shares just a few of the many LOCS highlights from 2019. January: An unusually high number of snow days closed school, but LOCS students made the best of the challenges with Superintendent Ginopolis producing snow angels […]

LO swimmers compete against Adams, Rochester High

Dragon Dane Herrick qualifies for state meet in March By Kristi Pavelich Review Sports Contributor Despite strong overall times, the Lake Orion swimmers lost in a tight competition, 100-86, to the Rochester High School Falcons on Jan. 16. The evening began with a Dragon win in diving by senior Alex Brent. Junior Blake Burgess took […]

Cell Out

Cell Out

Students at Lake Orion High School participated in the annual Cell Out for Soldiers event on Friday. For the sixth year in a row, students entered the building and immediately handed over their phones to the LOHS Leadership class for the day to help raise money for the Cell Phones for Soldiers organization. Each cell […]

Dragon cagers drop close divisional game to N. Farmington

Dragon cagers drop close divisional game to N. Farmington

By Teddy Rydquist Review Sports Writer The Lake Orion Dragons boys’ basketball team defeated the Oxford Wildcats on Dec. 19 before Christmas break and picked up their first win since then by beating the Notre Dame Prep Fighting Irish, 51-41, on Jan. 14. Moving back to .500 at 3-3 overall with the victory, the Dragons […]

LOCS school board re-organizes for 2020, suspends bond comm.

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion Community School’s Board of Education held their first meeting of 2020 on Jan. 8. and one of their priorities was to hold their annual re-organizational nominations. Board President Birgit McQuiston began the meeting requesting nominations for the position of board president. Secretary Dana Mermell nominated Treasurer Jim Weidman […]

Dragon grapplers look to peak as the post-season approaches

Dragon grapplers look to peak as the post-season approaches

By Jim Newell Review Editor Lake Orion has had a strong wrestling program for years but growing competition and parity in the league necessitates that when the Dragons hit the mats they’re at peak performance every meet. On Thursday, Lake Orion faced two of its biggest rivals in a tri-meet against Clarkston and Oxford at […]

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