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Thursday, September 2, 2010

Big blow for Farmington

Much has been made of an opportunity Farmington's football team has to make a "statement" on Friday night against Rochester Adams, and rightfully so. A win at Adams would be a nice way fo the Falcons to tell the county and state they are indeed for real.
While that's one storyline for the game, Kosmo was saddened to find out another development for Farmington's team.
Evidently, over the summer all-league safety Mitch Sanders tore his ACL at a camp at Central Michigan and won't play a down this year for the Falcons. Like many other players on the Falcons, Sanders was a starter his sophomore year and has been one of the county's best defensive players the last two years.
His injury means the Falcons have a huge void to fill on defense and also leadership-wise.
Here's hoping the injury doesn't affect the college status of Sanders, who is uncommitted, because he's as good as it gets as a safety.
- Following a Week 1 loss to Detroit Martin Luther King, this week already marks a must win game for Birmingham Brother Rice. The Warriors will play a team from Toledo, Ohio at Farmington Hills Harrison on Friday, and a loss would all but end Brother Rice's playoff hopes. Not only is there a non-league game against a quality opponent in Highland Park, but Brother Rice has to play Catholic Central, St. Mary's and De La Salle in league play. The Warriors better take care of business on Friday.


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