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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Ike the Vike on a nice course

Apparently, the KLAA North boys basketball title is not going to won easily by Waterford Mott, as some have believed.
The Corsairs appeared to the heavy league favorite, but they were derailed on Tuesday night at home by Walled Lake Central, 58-48.
The Vikings are now 4-0 in league play, while Mott is 3-1.
And yes, this is the same Central team that was decimated by graduation losses, so early kudos have to go to Central head coach Denny Butcher, his staff and the players.
Kosmo shouldn't be surprised because Central is usually a solid team year and year out that's well-coached, but even he was a little surprised by the win over Mott on Tuesday and the start for Ike the Vike.
There still is a long way to go, but as of right now, it looks like the new favorite in the KLAA North is Walled Lake Central, not Mott.
- One of Kosmo's favorite coaches will get a nice honor very soon. Rochester Adams girls basketball coach and softball coach Fran Scislowicz on Feb. 4 will be inducted into the Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. It's another nice honor for a tremendous gentlemen and mentor of young people everywhere.
It's well-deserved and glad the coaches association picked Scislowicz for such an honor.


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