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Cross Country Teams to Compete in Regionals

On Saturday October 27, the Dragons Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams will be competing in the Cross Country Regionals at Algonac High School.  Both teams have had successful seasons and both hope to qualify for the state meet held at MIS in Brooklyn Michigan on November 3. For the Regions in Algonac, the boys

Dragon Girls Swimmers Place 10th at Oakland County Swim Meet

On Saturday, October 6, the Lake Orion Dragons Girl’s Swim Team competed in the Oakland County Swimming and Diving Championships and finished 10th overall with 99 points.  The dragons had several swims finish in the top 16 led by Senior, Captain Claire Abbasse finishing second in the 50 freestyle and then finishing first in the

MHSAA Playoffs: Lake Orion at Clarkston Oct. 26 7:00 PM

Sunday Night on Fox Sports Detroit, the playoff pairings were announced.  The Dragons were placed in Region 2, District 2 and open with a rematch against the Clarkston Wolves, set for Friday October 26th at 7:00 at Clarkston.  The winner of that game will advance to take on the winner of Rochester Adams and White

Dragons Football Playoff Bound After Win over Monroe

The Lake Orion Dragons traveled down to Monroe on Friday to take on the Trojans who were coming in with a 6-2 record.  The Dragons needed a win to punch their ticket to the playoffs. Win and keep playing, lost and season over.  The Dragons got down early, but came roaring back with the help

Nolan and Mulcahy Earn All-League in Cross Country

Cross Country – OAA League Championships – 5th Place A fast, but tough outing for the Dragons.  While our times were good, the competition was also. Medalists included Andrew Nolan who ran a P.R. and placed 3rd, and Ryan Mulcahy, who also ran a P.R. placing 9th.  Justin Keppler, Hong Bing Tang, Evan Waters, Clayton