The Muskegon Big Reds are eyeing a state championship, but they’ll have to beat two more opponents to earn the title.
Regional final matchups mean an extra dose of the Football Frenzy this week.
The Forest Hills Central football team must have been feeling the effects of the frigid temperatures Friday night.
Grand Rapids Catholic Central scored long touchdowns on its first two offensive plays to beat Belding to win a regional title.
Forest Hills Central advanced to the state semifinals Friday night with a victory over Traverse City Central.
A win this week earned high school football teams a regional title and put them tantalizingly close to a chance at a state championship.
Belding, which is enjoying its best season in nearly 20 years, will play for a regional title against Grand Rapids Catholic Central.
For the first time in the last five seasons, Muskegon Catholic Central suffered a loss in postseason play.
Nolan Fugate reached the end zone six times as Grand Rapids Catholic Central beat Kelloggsville to claim a district title.
Muskegon beat Zeeland West in a district final matchup in the first week of the high school football playoffs Friday night.
District titles were on the line as West Michigan teams meet on the gridiron Friday night.
Undefeated Kelloggsville will play for a Division 4 district title for only the second time when they host Grand Rapids Catholic Central.
Holland West Ottawa was able to sneak by Grandville Friday night, advancing in the state playoffs with a 33-29 win.
Forest Hills Central’s Bryce Clay is one of those do-it-all football players.
Cedar Springs scored 27 points in the first quarter, then hung on in the closing minutes to upset East Grand Rapids.