Boys laxers beat Stoney Creek, now 5-0

Continuing their undefeated streak in the OAA, the Wildcats lacrosse players took down Stoney Creek in a 13-3 game on April 25. They now have a winning record of 5-0 in the league and 7-2 overall. Junior Matt Pullman led Oxford’s defense with six goals throughout the night. In the midfield, Head Coach Shawn Regan […]

Tennis team takes two

Girls tennis conquered two more teams this week, taking a big win over Ferndale and a hard-fought victory over Southfield Arts and Technology. Oxford celebrated a shutout 8-0 win over Ferndale on April 25. Oxford dominated singles, with senior Ashlyn Foreman, senior Rowan Edmonds and sophomore Olivia Thaler all winning their matches in two sets. […]

Booters beat Berkley, Clarkston

Improving their record to 4-2-1 this week, Oxford’s ladies soccer team conquered Berkley and Clarkston. Most recently, the ladies beat Clarkston 4-3 in a thriller on April 25. Down at two different points throughout the match, the Wildcats came back twice to add to their winning record. Sophomore Mackenzie Methner led the offense with two […]

Two wins for lady laxers

Upping its record to 6-3 this week, Oxford girls lacrosse defeated Royal Oak and Avondale in two high-scoring games. On April 25, the Wildcats took down Avondale in a 13-1 game. Head Coach Aliisa Mason was excited to take on the Yellow Jackets, a program in its first year being coached by her sister and […]

Softball team sweeps Athens, splits with Adams

Narrowing their losing record to 4-5 this week, Oxford softball took three wins and dropped one game. The Wildcats swept Troy Athens on April 25 in a double header. Oxford took game one with an 11-0 shutout. Freshman pitcher Olivia Makarewicz was a big player in the game, continuing what Head Coach Kenny Allen calls […]

Track Cats clip Falcons’ wings

The Wildcats came to play on April 24 when they took on Rochester’s track teams. Both Oxford teams were victorious, with the girls earning an 83-45 win and the boys taking a 73-55 victory. Antonia Vackaro, a junior, again led the ladiesteam with two event wins. She took first place in the 100 and 200 […]

Lots of school improvements slated for 2020

Most of Oxford’s school buildings will receive improvements in the summer of 2020 as part of the second series of the district bond. On April 23, school board trustees reviewed the second series project from the 2017 bond that was approved by voters during a presentation by Chuck Lewis from IBS Architecture. All the work […]

Sweat calls 41-student dip ‘normal’

In what Assistant Superintendent of Student Services Denise Sweat called a “normal” dip in full-time equivalent (FTE) students, Oxford clocked in with a preliminary count of 6,515.87 FTE in the latest count day that took place during February. The audited fall FTE was 6,554.73, which makes for a 41 FTE drop. The district receives $7,871 […]

Addison board rejects idea of non-partisan ballots for twp. seats

When voters head to the polls, Addison officials want to make sure people know what they’re getting with each candidate. At its April 15 meeting, the township board voted 6-1 to oppose giving townships the option to create non-partisan ballots for their elected positions, which include supervisor, clerk, treasurer and trustee. Treasurer Lori Fisher cast […]

Board OKs new vehicle, equipment for Addison FD

Several new big-ticket items will soon outfit the Addison Township Fire Department. A new ambulance, a thermal imaging camera and 10 sets of turnout gear were unanimously approved for purchase, bypassing Addison’s purchasing ordinance for the gear and camera, by the Addison Township Board at its April 15 meeting. The fire board did not vote […]

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