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Burney's Bytes will focus primarily on the local preps sports scene, but will also touch on some college and pro athletics, mostly in regards to athletes who hail and have played high school sports in Oakland County. My goal for the blog is to be conversational and anecdotal, a more relaxed and free formal take on high school athletics than you see in regular game day coverage.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Very Special Delivery

They call Clarkston senior boys basketball star Jordan Dasuqi, 'The Milk Man' because just like the old-school neighborhood milk man who made regular stops at your house, he delivers steady fuel on the court.
Over the weeked, Dasuqi announced that he will be making his hardwood deliveries at the college level in the GLIAC, verbally committing to Lake Superior State, in Sault St. Marie.
The crafty 6-foot-2 combo guard will be entering his fourth year on the C-Town varsity squad this winter, always an impressive feat considering the illustrious program Dan Fife has built in WOLFPACKLAND the past three decades.
Last season, Dasuqi averaged 16 points, 4 assists and 4 rebounds a game in leading the team to its sixth consecutive Oakland Activities Association Red Division championship banner.
This kid can split a defense down the center of the lane like few others in the state. He's just a superb playmaker and as smart as they come in the backcourt around these parts.
Behind Dasuqi's powerful presence in the lineup, Clarkston is expected to once again be one of the best teams in Metro Detroit in 2013. Dasuqi and fellow veterans Chance Huth and Dyland Hancock will join forces with a deep crop of fast-rising sophomores and juniors to make the Wolves as formidable as ever come December and tip-off time.
Lake Superior State went 10-16 overall in 2012.
The Lakers have found recent success recruiting backcourt studs from Oakland County, with Dasuqi being the second guard from the area to land in Sault St. Marie since 2011, following in the footsteps of floor general Tony Harris (Auburn Hills Avondale), who will be a sophomore this year.


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