Making a statement
However, the K-Man was concerned the Wolves didn't have enough pitching to carry them over the top in the state playoffs.
That was until Kosmo read main spy Keith D's story in Tuesday's paper detailing Clarkston's doubleheader sweep of Troy.
The Colts are a good-hitting team, and while they might have been off on this day, the Wolves limited Troy to just three hits on the entire day.
Bailee Branreuther threw a no-hitter, while No. 3 pitcher Megan Hastings tossed a three-hit shutout, striking out 10.
That certainly sent a message to Kosmo and possibly the rest of the county that Clarkston does indeed have the pitching go on a long run in the state tournament.
— Friday should decide the OAA Blue/South title when Farmington Hills Harrison plays at Birmingham Seaholm. Entering Tuesday, Seaholm was unbeaten in league play, while Harrison had two losses. Look for the Hawks to go to senior ace Justin Young to try and cool off the bats of Seaholm.