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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

OAA White is gold standard

Yes, year in and year out the Catholic League Central Division is the best league in the Metro Detroit area, so Kosmo isn't going to debate much about which league is better than others. A league with Brother Rice, St. Mary's, Catholic Central and De La Salle? Enough said. However, Kosmo is here to say since all those schools are seemingly good every year and there's nothing fresh and new about the CHSL Central, the most interesting race this year should be in the OAA White. In terms of leagues with entirely Oakland County schools, there is none better. When one thinks about it, there are six teams in the league that can contend for a league title. Since the league has eight teams in it, that's saying a lot. You have annual state powers Farmington Hills Harrison, Rochester Adams and Southfield, while two playoff teams from last year, Oxford and Farmington, return a good number of players from their squads. Oak Park has a legendary coach in Greg Carter and should also be better this year. The other two teams in the league are Southfield-Lathrup and North Farmington, which probably don't quite have the talent the other teams do, but maybe they'll prove Kosmo wrong. While the OAA Red should once again be the Clarkston-Lake Orion festival, Kosmo can't wait to see what unfolds in the White Division all season long.


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