Thoughts from East Lansing
- This might be the start of something special at Southfield Christian. A monster Class D program might be forming over at the corner of 12 Mile and Lahser. The Eagles may graduate their three leading scorers in Chris Dewberry, Lindsey Hunter III and Gavin Toma, but sophomore Lindsey Hunter IV and freshman Bakari Evelyn lead a talented group of young players already in the program. Kosmo has a feeling more talent will be coming in as well, but we'll see if that's for sure the case.
- Country Day head coach Kurt Keener is an underrated coach. People give him slack because they say he always has premier talent, but 1) You still need to mold that talent and egos that come with it and 2) It's not like he has the best talent every year. The Yellowjackets only had a couple of borderline Division I seniors in Robert Puleikis and Jodan Price, but still managed to get to Breslin and in Kosmo's opinion were the second-best team. That doesn't happen without quality coaching.
- The only reason Country Day was the second-best team in Class B was because state champion Lansing Sexton was in another world. That might have been the best team this state has seen in a long time. Class A champion Saginaw was lucky Sexton was in Class B.