University of Detroit Jesuit, Detroit, Michigan
Charyl Stockwell Preparatory Academy, Brighton, Michigan
Notre Dame Preparatory, Pontiac, Michigan
Birmingham Public Schools, Birmingham, Michigan
Westwood Community School District, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, Inkster, Michigan
The Roeper School, Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Cranbrook Schools, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Marian High School, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
St. Catherine of Siena Academy, Wixom, Michigan
Academy of the Sacred Heart, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Mercy High School, Farmington Hills, Michigan
Regina High School, Warren, Michigan
Grosse Pointe Public School System, Grosse Pointe, Michigan
Bloomfield Hills Schools, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Comprehensive education at its finest.
Everest Collegiate High School and Academy. Clarkston, Michigan. An Authentic Catholic School of Distinction.
Lincoln Consolidated Schools, Ypsilanti, Michigan
Loyola High School, Detroit, Michigan.
Utica Community Schools, Image the Potential.
West Bloomfield School District: Educating Students to be Their Best IN and FOR the World!
Livonia Public Schools, Livonia, Michigan. Purpose, Passion, Pride
Plymouth Christian, Canton, Michigan. A non-denominational, college preparatory Christian school
Parkway Christian School, Sterling Heights, Michigan. Challenging Minds. Capturing Hearts. Cultivating Gifts.
Berkley School District, Berkley, Huntington Woods, Oak Park, Michigan. Engage. Inspire. Achieve.
Shrine Catholic Schools, Royal Oak, Michigan. Faith. Family. Future.

Division 6

2016-18 champion: Jackson Lumen Christi

















Friday, November 23

No. 1 Jackson Lumen Christi (13-0) 42, Montague (11-3) 21

Nick Thomas rushed for 237 yards and two touchdowns as the Titans won their third straight Division 6 championship. Joe Barrett tossed touchdown passes to Cy’Aire Johnson and Dayton Keller. Johnson also rushed for 42 yards and a touchdown. Brock Fitzpatrick had 40 yards and one touchdown on the ground.


> Final stats

> Big second-half push gives Lumen Christi third straight title

> Jackson Lumen Christi keeps it simple on way to third straight state title

> Jackson Lumen Christi wins Division 6 Michigan high school football title

> Lumen Christi Legacy Grows With D6 Triumph

> Detroit Free Press: Division 6 preview, prediction

Division 4

2018 champion: Edwardsburg


















Friday, November 23

No. 1 Edwardsburg (14-0) 28, Chelsea (10-4) 7

Caden Goggins rushed for 127 yards two touchdowns to lead the Eddies to their first Division 4 championship. Chase Sagar gained 119 yards on the ground. Tre’ Harvey rushed for 75 yards and a touchdown and Mac Gaideski found the end zone in the win.


> Final stats

> Edwardsburg wins first state title

> Blue, Edwardsburg end Chelsea's magical run

> Edwardsburg wins Division 4 Michigan high school football title

> Where is Edwardsburg? Football state title puts small town on the map

> In Return to Finals, Edwardsburg Reigns

> Detroit Free Press: Division 4 preview, prediction


Warren De La Salle: 2018 MHSAA Division 2 football champion.

Jackson Lumen Christi: 2018 MHSAA Division 6 football champion.

Edwardsburg: 2018 MHSAA Division 4 football champion.

W1  l  W2  l  W3  l  W4  l  W5  l  W6  l  W7  l  W8  l  W9  l  Districts  l  Regionals  l  Semifinals


2018 MHSAA football finals

Friday-Saturday, November 23-24

At Ford Field, Detroit

Division 3

2018 champion: Detroit Martin Luther King




















Saturday, November 24

D2 No. 3 Detroit Martin Luther King (12-2) 41, No. 1 Muskegon (13-1) 25

Dequan Finn passed for 173 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Crusaders to the Division 3 championship. Finn added 73 yards on the ground and a touchdown. Peny Boone rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown. Dom Polidore-Hannah caught two touchdown passes and Ahmad Gardner and Darrell Wyatt both had one touchdown catch.


> Final stats

> Detroit King wins rematch over Muskegon, and Division 3 championship

> King gets revenge, claims another crown

> Detroit Martin Luther King wins Division 3 Michigan high school football title

> Vengeance is sweet for Detroit King QB in state-finals win over Muskegon

> Detroit King used its own superheroes to take down Muskegon

> Dequan Finn leaves Detroit King with two state titles, and a legacy

> Tommy Schuster, Dequan Finn masterful under finals spotlight

> King Avenges Early Defeat to Reign Again

> King avenges loss to Muskegon for Division 3 state title

> Detroit Free Press: Division 3 preview, prediction

Division 5

2018 champion: Hudsonville Unity Christian
















Saturday, November 24

Hudsonville Unity Christian (12-2) 42, No. 2 Portland (13-1) 7

Issac TeSlaa rushed for 97 yards and two touchdowns and passed for a touchdown to TJ. Van Koevering to lead the Crusaders to the Division 5 championship. Hayden Large rushed for 67 yards and a touchdown. Max Buikema gained 62 yards and a touchdown. Mason Odehnal added a touchdown.


> Final stats

> Hudsonville Unity Christian dominates Portland in Division 5 title win

> Hudsonville Unity Christian cruises past Portland

> All Together, Unity Earns 1st Championship

> Season ends on tough note, but group of grinders helped Portland football accomplish plenty

> Hudsonville Unity Christian cruises past Portland

> Detroit Free Press: Division 5 preview, prediction

> Even at Ionia, Portland football still ran through Jacob Veale's veins

Clinton Township Chippewa Valley: 2018 MHSAA Division 1 football champion.

Hudsonville Unity Christian: 2018 MHSAA Division 5 football champion.

Detroit Martin Luther King: 2018 MHSAA Division 3 football champion.

Reading: 2018 MHSAA Division 8 football champion.

Division 7

2018 champion: New Lothrop



















Saturday, November 24

No. 2 New Lothrop (13-1) 50, No. 3 Madison Heights Madison (13-1) 44

Avery Moore rushed for 132 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Hornets to the Division 7 championship in a shootout over the Eagles. Aidan Harrison rushed for 93 yards and a touchdown and returned a kickoff 96 yards for another touchdown. Will Muron had 57 yards and a touchdown on the ground.


> Final stats

> New Lothrop outlasts Madison Heights Madison to win Division 7 title

> Hornets Prevail in Record-Setting Final

> New Lothrop wins Division 7 Michigan high school football title

> New Lothrop beats Madison Heights Madison for D-7 state football title

> Avery Moore, all grown up, leads New Lothrop to title over M.H. Madison

> New Lothrop prevails over Madison Heights Madison in shootout

> New Lothrop High overcomes Madison for D-7 title

> Detroit Free Press: Division 7 preview, prediction

> Reaching Division 7 state final 'a dream come true' for New Lothrop; now Hornets have to seal the deal

> Madison ready to finish long road to D7 state championship

> New Lothrop dedicates postseason run to Team Buddy's Braden Miller


New Lothrop: 2018 MHSAA Division 7 football champion.

Division 8

2018 champion: Reading
















Friday, November 23

D7 No. 6 Reading (14-0) 39, No. 1 Breckenridge (13-1) 20

Hunter Midtgard rushed for 69 yards and two touchdowns (five and 57 yards), Ethan LoPresto gained 128 yards on the ground, Elijah Strine rushed for a nine-yard touchdown and recovered a fumble for another score, and Alex Price rushed for a four-yard touchdown as the Huskies won their first Division 8 championship. Reading rushed for 275 yards in the game and allowed Breckenridge only 21 yards on the ground.


> Final stats

> Reading wins Division 8 Michigan high school football state title

> Reading defense, community lift Rangers to Division 8 state title

> Reading runs to Division 8 title

> Rangers complete memorable run with first-ever state title, beating Breckenridge 39-20

> Reading downs Breckenridge for first state title in school history

> Breckenridge falls in D8 final

> A 2016 decision led to Reading's title

> Reading is Believing for 1st-Time Champ

> Detroit Free Press: Division 8 preview, prediction

> Winning becomes status quo for Breckenridge 'idiots'

> When we needed it the most

> Preview: Formidable Huskies are the last obstacle on Reading’s 2018 state title quest

Morrice: 2018 MHSAA Division 1 eight-player football champion.

Rapid River: 2018 MHSAA Division 2 eight-player football champion.

MHSAA eight-player football finals

At Northern Michigan University Superior Dome

Saturday, November 17