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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.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Bright Orange Future

Birmingham Brother Rice is rocking and rolling on the football field this season. Think Elvis Pressley, Aerosmith, Led Zepplin, Motley Crue, Guns and Runs, etc..
The Warriors are a gold-plated 8-0, No. 1 in the state in D2.
What's downright scary is that they're doing it without three of their most dangerous and/or potentially dangerous playmakers.
One could be back soon, the other two will be coming to a prep gridiron by you in 2014, sure to know your socks off…TAKE IT 2 THA BANK!!
Corey Lacanaria (senior WR) – TEAM FRACASSA's No. 1 option in the passing game has been on the shelf with a concussion suffered in the first half of the OL St. Mary's game a couple weeks ago. He'll probably make his way back into the line-up before the state tourney opens (maybe in the Prep Bowl Saturday) and when that happens….TWO WORDS: WATCH OUT!!
Delano Madison (Junior WR) – The fastest kid on the team and a big-threat in a big way), DMADNESS broke his leg on the first day of practice. He'll join forces with Grant Perry next fall to form what very well might be the top receiving tandem in the state….YEAH I SAID IT!!...just super slick with the rock in his hands…POINT BLANK!!
Bobby Dixon (Junior RB) – Sidelined this season after breaking his leg in the summer, THE OC BOBBY D will in all likelihood be the Orange&Black's starting tailback next year, after the Warriors current dynamic duo of Brian Walker and Shon Powell graduate in May. Dixon is a jack-of-all trades back, fleet-footed, tough between the tackles, able to catch the ball out of the backfield and quite elusive out in space


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