What could have been. Marshall made that staff deep and strong that year and would have done the same the next year when we hosted the regional. Glad he’s recovered and he’s doing well.
Kasowski still doesn’t know exactly what happened. The last thing he remembers is changing into the left lane, then feeling what he describes as an explosion into the back of his seat. His car began spinning and shot across the median, spun a few more times and came to a stop in the southbound lane on the other side of the highway.
The vehicle that Marshall collided with that night was later confirmed to be traveling over 100 mph.
“I just remember glancing up and seeing a full moon,” Kasowski said. “I knew I was gonna get hit a second time.” Kasowski’s car was t-boned moments later.