Sunday, November 27, 2016
MHSAA Football Finals
The 2016 MHSAA (Michigan High School Athletic Association) football finals are in the books. All 8 Division State Championship Games were played at Ford Field on Friday, November 25th, and Saturday November 26th. Games were also broadcast live on FSD (Fox Sports Detroit), and Fox Sports Detroit Plus. Scroll down to see the results of the 2016 MHSAA football State Championships. Click on the links below for more information about the MHSAA, or Fox Sports Detroit.
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2016 MHSAA Football State Championship Results
Detroit Cass Tech 49 - 20 Detroit Catholic Central
Detroit Martin Luther King 18 - 0 Walled Lake Western
Orchard Lake St. Mary's 29 - 28 Muskegon
Grand Rapids Catholic Central 10 - 7 Detroit Country Day
Grand Rapids West Catholic 43 - 7 Menominee
Jackson Lumen Christi Catholic High School 26 - 14 Maple City Glen Lake
Pewamo-Westphalia 28 - 14 Detroit Loyola
Muskegon Catholic Central 35 - 6 Ottawa Lake Whiteford
- Detroit Catholic Central Quarterback Austin Brown was injured for the State Championship Game.
- QB Austin Brown is a Sophomore at Catholic Central High School.
- Detroit Catholic Central High School is located in Novi, Michigan.
- Detroit Country Day High School is located in Beverly Hills, Michigan.
- Menominee High School is located in the Upper Peninsula.
- Pewamo-Westphalia High School is located near Lansing in Westphalia, Michigan.
- Powers North Central defeated Deckerville 58-22 in the 2016 8 Player State Championship Game.
For more information about the MHSAA click on www.mhsaa.com
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