Highlight Reel: Friday Football Finals
Highlight Reel: Friday Football Finals
Football, Highlights
Posted Saturday, November 26, 2016

By John Johnson
MHSAA Communications Director
 

A pair of repeat champions took center stage Friday at the first day of the MHSAA 11-Player Football Finals, powered by the Michigan Army National Guard, at Ford Field in Detroit.

Division 8 

Muskegon Catholic Central 35, Ottawa Lake Whiteford 6

Due to technical difficulties, highlights of this game will be posted at a later date. 

Division 2

Detroit Martin Luther King 18, Walled Lake Western 0 

Finn Hits Thomas for King TD - Late in the first half, Dequan Finn hit Ambry Thomas with a 9-yard touchdown pass for Detroit Martin Luther King.

Tip Drill Turns Into King TD - A tipped ball turned into a pick-six for Detroit Martin Luther King, as Jesse Scarber came up with this second interception of the game returned this one 56 yards for a score. 

More Pick-Six Action By Morton - Detroit Martin Luther King returned a second interception for a score in the fourth quarter when Jay-Veyon Morton took this pick back for a TD.

Division 6

Jackson Lumen Christi 26, Maple City Glen Lake 14 

Lakers Back In The Game - Trailing in the second quarter, Maple City Glen Lake gets back into the Division 6 Final when QB Cade Peterson finds a streaking Nick Rice going down the sideline for 57 yards and a score.

Ring The Bell - Jackson Lumen Christi's Bo Bell came up big with 238 yards rushing. Here's his longest run of the day, a 46-yard jaunt in the third quarter which set up a 3-yard scoring run – his lone TD of the game.

Division 4 

Grand Rapids Catholic Central 10, Detroit Country Day 7

Yellowjackets Score On The Interception - Trailing in the second quarter, Detroit Country Day seized the lead when Roy McCree intercepted a pass and returned it 82 yards for a score. 

Finding Its Offense At The Right Time - Early in the fourth quarter, Grand Rapids Catholic Central gets its lone first down of the Division 4 title game on this 44-yard pitch-and-catch from Jack Bowen to Michael Brown.

The MHSAA Football Finals are sponsored by the Michigan National Guard. 

PHOTO: Detroit Martin Luther King players hoist the Division 2 championship trophy Friday at Ford Field.


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