Track and Field teams fall to Clarkston, 66-62

Track and Field teams fall to Clarkston, 66-62

By Wendi Reardon-Price Special to the Leader Both the boys and girls varsity track and field teams from Oxford High School lost their duel meets against Clarkston on May 3, 66-62. As of writing on Friday, May 5, the girls record was 2-2 in the Oakland Activities Association (OAA); the boys were 1-3. The Wildcats […]

Elmer Ball Invite is a popular high school track meet

Elmer Ball Invite is a popular high school track meet

On a cold and drizzly Saturday in April, almost 1,000 high school athletes competed in Oxford High School’s 60th Annual Elmer Ball Invitational Track Meet. The athletes represented almost 27 high schools from around the state. Oxford’s Varsity Girls took third place overall with a score of 59.5. Mercy High School finished first with 71 points […]

Wildcat Wyniemko to study at MSU

Wildcat Wyniemko to study at MSU

By Don Rush Oxford High School Senior Miranda Wyniemko has a record as she’s been known to steal. In her four years of varsity girls basketball play she’s stolen the ball 113 times from opposing offenses. Maybe it’s this affinity for stealing that has led her to what she wants to study in college next […]

Wildcats beat Clarkston, 7-2

Wildcats beat Clarkston, 7-2

  By Wendi Reardon-Price Oxford Girls Varsity Lacrosse opened last week with a 7-2 win over Clarkston at home, April 24.  Before the game, the Wildcats shared memories and thoughts of teammate, friend and sister Hana St. Juliana for Hana Night. Oxford grabbed the lead less than five minutes into the game with two goals […]

Oxford Strong Classic to be played annually

Oxford Strong Classic to be played annually

Oxford vs. Clarkston as a way to remember By Don Rush Last week the Oxford Varsity Baseball team held onto the Oxford Strong Classic trophy for three days, before having to turn the trophy back to the Clarkston Wolves. On April 18, the Wolves traveled to Oxford to play Game 1 of a three game […]

New coaches ready to lead their packs

By Don Rush This spring the Varsity Boys Golf team will be led by a new face. Tim Fox, 48 years old, a graduate from Chippewa Valley High School and Central Michigan University is the team’s new coach. “I am extremely excited about our team this year and for the years ahead,” he said. “It’s […]

OHS bowler rolls with the pros

OHS bowler rolls with the pros

By Don Rush What a spring break Oxford High School Senior Jason Paslean had. Not so much sun and sand of the deep south. Paslean traveled to Allen Park with a bowling ball and shoes in hand to compete in the 2023 USBC / Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Masters Bowling tournament. He was the youngest […]

11 Wildcats sign letters of intent to play college sports

11 Wildcats sign letters of intent to play college sports

  By Don Rush On a sunny Monday afternoon in March, about 70 people, family members, friends, coaches and coaches-to-be gathered inside at Oxford High School to show their support for the 11 seniors as they signed letters of intent to participate in college athletics. “I would like to welcome our students, teammates, classmates and friends […]

Charnstrom takes first in backstrokes

Wildcat Swimmer Olin Charnstrom, pictured, took 1st place finish at MHSAA Swimming Championships this past weekend at Calvin University. Charnstrom placed 1st in the 100 backstroke to claim the gold. He also broke the school record with his time of 49.04, which is also an automatic All-American time. Wildcat Liam Pearson took home the bronze […]

Bowlers take league championships

Bowlers take league championships

 Their paths were different, but both the Girls and Boys Varsity Bowling teams traveled to Allen Park to bowl in the state finals, earlier in the month enroute each capturing league championships. The boys finished 6-0 in the league and 12-1 overall; the girls were 5-1 in league play and 10-1 over all. * * […]

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