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High school sports quick hits from Kosmo the all-knowing Oakland Press seer.

Monday, June 11, 2012

Sad Saturday

Usually regional Saturday is the best indicator of just how many baseball/softball teams from the area will be in Battle Creek for the state's final four. Odds are if we get lots of teams to the quarterfinals, there'll be at least half of those that win their quarterfinal games and move on to Cereal City. Unfortunately, it looks as if it will be a light Oakland County contingent given what happened this past Saturday. The only teams that advanced to Tuesday's quarterfinals were Lakeland softball and Madison Heights Bishop Foley baseball. It's too bad because Kosmo thought for sure there would be others in the quarterfinals. Lake Orion and Brother Rice baseball were among the best in the state, but fell short in their regionals, while somehow Farmington Hills Mercy softball couldn't score in losing to Northville in a regional final. Often times Division 2 and Division 4 teams from the area rise up, but that didn't turn out to be the case this year, leaving Lakeland and Bishop Foley to carry the county flag this week. - Kosmo needs to correct himself from a post last Thursday. He mentioned how Tony Annese was not playing baseball at Hartland after transferring back there from Rochester Adams. Kosmo was wrong. Annese has been and had a couple of RBI in Hartland's two regional wins. The MHSAA cleared Annese to play right away, so Kosmo is guessing the family moved back to Hartland from Rochester Hills, which would not technically be a transfer and thus allow Annese to play another sport right away.


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