Boys track team takes 1st place at Oxford Invitational

Boys track team takes 1st place at Oxford Invitational

The Lake Orion High School boys track and field team won the Elmer Ball Invitational at Oxford High School on Saturday, earning 90 points in the victory and besting 18 other schools. Senior Captain Thomas Moreman continued his winning ways by leading the Dragons to the Oxford Invitational title on Saturday. Moreman won both the […]

Girls soccer team defeats Avondale, falls to Stevenson

The lady Dragon soccer team defeated Avondale High School 3-0 in another OAA Blue matchup on April 25. Annamarie Fosmoen scored the first goal of the night with an assist from Marisa Kazic. Melissa Normand scored the second goal of the night on a free kick putting the Dragons up 2-0 with five minutes left […]

LO girls tennis team begins division play in OAA White

LO girls tennis team begins division play in OAA White

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion’s girls tennis team started their division play a few weeks ago on April 11. Since then the team has taken a few tough loses to West Bloomfield (6-3), Rochester (5-4), Stoney Creek (8-1). The ladies recently added another win to their resume with a big win over Almont […]

Varsity Softball defeats South Lyon 5-1, remain undefeated

Lake Orion’s varsity softball team scored another win last week against South Lyon High School. The game was scoreless up until the fourth inning where the Dragon’s scored all of their five runs. Abby Maresh kicked it off with a base hit. After one out Courtney Kolp managed a single. Natalie Shifferd and Jordan Kostecki […]

Varsity boys Lacrosse improves to 8-2 overall

Lake Orion boys lacrosse continued their winning streak with another OAA Red win against Troy Athens 15-10 on April 25. At halftime the Dragons found themselves down 6-5 at the end of the first half but came back in the second 10 goals to Athens’ 4. Hunter McCarty lead the Dragons in scoring with four […]

GETTING SMART BUT ACTING FOOLISHLY: THERE IS A SOLUTION

Editor’s Note: this op-ed column was submitted by the Michigan High School Athletics Association.   By Karissa Niehoff, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations  and Mark Uyl, Executive Director of the Michigan High School Athletic Association We communicate on smart phones, drive smart cars, make purchases using smart cards and even […]

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