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Sunday, November 24, 2013

Kosmo's stars for a big preps Saturday

My, what a Saturday of preps that turned out to be, wasn't it? If the state swim finals and having three volleyball teams from the county at the state finals in Battle Creek wasn't enough, all three of our remaining football teams all won and advanced to Ford Field. So many individual performances occurred to the point where Kosmo HAD to change his 3 stars to 5 stars. Without further ado here they are. Fifth star Brian Walker, Brother Rice football - The senior bulldozer was at it again, rushing for 97 yards on 16 carries in a lopsided win over Detroit Martin Luther King to lead Brother Rice to its third straight appearance in the state finals. Fourth star Zach Bock, Catholic Central - Bock and the Shamrocks sure played like they were upset about what happened to them the last two years against Cass Tech, didn't they? Kosmo wrote the other day that he felt CC had a chance, but he certainly didn't expect 28-0. Bock was a big reason why, rushing for 110 yards and playing lockdown pass defense at cornerback. Third star Katherine Carlson, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep volleyball - Kosmo had a good feeling all year Notre Dame Prep would win it all in Class B for the first time since 2007, and that is exactly what happened. The Fighting Irish capped off a dominant year and Carlson was at it again in a four-game win over Grand Rapids South Christian, collecting 25 kills. Second star Mollie Pulte, Birmingham Marian swimming - Kosmo can't even swim 10 feet without getting tired, so the K-Man has a lot of respect for elite swimmers. Pulte sure showed why she is one of them on Saturday, setting state records in the 200 freestyle and the 100 freestyle. She also was a part of Marian's 200 free relay team that set a state record. First star Clarkston football's offensive line - Ian Eriksen got a lot of the headlines by rushing for an incredible 355 yards, 6 TD's and 5 two-point conversions, but you don't do all that, score 61 points while passing just once and never punt without total annihilation up front by the offensive line. The whole state will get to see just how good this unit is next week at Ford Field.


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