Allen Park 69, Taylor Truman 14: Kyler Marcie had four carries for 89 yards and a touchdown, helping Allen Park complete a 9-0 season. Marcie added a 38-yard touchdown reception while Antonio Mangiapane went 5 of 7 for 112 yards and two touchdowns. On defense, Alex Hinojosa had seven tackles, one sack, two forced fumbles and a 37-yard fumble recovery for touchdown.
Almont 40, Auburn Hills Avondale 36: Chance Chatman threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to Derrek Hinton in the season-ending loss for Avondale (3-6). Zeke Ringstaff had a 36-yard TD run and a 75-yard kickoff return for TD.
Belleville 21, Ypsilanti Lincoln 13: Jordan Ulmer led Belleville (7-2) with 14 tackles, two of which for loss, and two interceptions. Deon Selma added 52 yards rushing on three attempts. Lincoln moves to 4-5.
Birmingham Brother Rice 53, Detroit Pershing 0: Marcellus Gaines rushed for 54 yards and three touchdowns on five attempts for Brother Rice (5-3, 1-2). Jack Saylor led the defense with four solo tackles.
Birmingham Seaholm 35, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 34: Luke Adams carried it 16 times for 204 yards and three touchdowns for Notre Dame Prep (4-5). Eli McLean went 12 of 14 with one touchdown to go along with nine rushes for 63 yards and a score. Seaholm improved to 3-6.
Carson City Crystal 56, Potterville 19: Drew Stout threw for 384 yards and five touchdowns for Carson City (5-4) on 28 of 42 passing and also rushed 14 times for 92 yards and another score. Stout also snagged two interceptions and returned one of the picks for a 77-yard score. Daniel Smith led the defense with 15 tackles.
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Clarkston 31, Rochester Adams 14: Mike Fluegel led the way with 18 carries for 98 yards and two touchdowns in the contest, including a 97-yard kickoff return for Clarkston (7-2). J.T. King rushed for 64 yards and two touchdowns. Kyle Wood rushed for 107 yards and one touchdown for Adams (6-3).
Dearborn 30, Ann Arbor Skyline 27: Mikey Phillips completed 15 of 21 passes for 212 yards and three touchdowns, all of which came in the fourth quarter. Youseph Saad caught six passes for 90 yards and a touchdown. Hassan Beydoun also notched six catches for 90 yards and scored a touchdown. Dearborn moves to 8-1.
Farmington Hills Harrison 49, Oxford 7: Ty Armstrong had 14 carries for 94 yards and two scores for Harrison (5-4). Noah Hendricks went 6 of 9 for 87 yards and two touchdowns as well. Brendan Brown had 10 carries for 39 yards while catching two touchdown passes. Devon Hudson had nine carries for 56 yards and one score for Oxford (4-5).
Grand Rapids NorthPointe 43, Sterling Heights Parkway 12: CJ Curtis returned an interception for touchdown for NorthPointe. Both programs finished 4-5.
Grosse Ile 34, Garden City 28: Josh Shepard had 178 passing yards and three touchdowns for Grosse Ile (8-1). Andrew Vollmerhausen had 124 rushing yards while Justin Moores added 133 receiving yards. For Garden City (2-7), Logan McGraw had a 52-yard punt return for a score to go along with 84 receiving yards.
Grosse Pointe North 41, Marine City 34 (2 OT): Jared Jordan had 21 carries for 174 yards and three touchdowns while Bjorn Bjornsson was 11 of 15 for 196 yards and three TD passes for North (7-2). Jordan was the recipient of the 10-yard game-winning score in the second overtime session. With the loss, Marine City dropped to 4-5.
Livonia Stevenson 53, Plymouth 49: Stevenson’s Chris Tanderys ran in the game-winning touchdown with a minute left in regulation. Tanderys went 25-of-37 for 373 yards and four touchdowns, including one to Ian Knoph, who had seven receptions for 175 yards and two touchdowns. For Plymouth (3-6), Darius Timmons had 22 carries for 222 yards and four touchdowns.
Macomb Dakota 55, Macomb L’Anse Creuse North 6 : Brett Droski was 9 of 16 with 184 yards and two touchdowns for Dakota (6-3). Kaiser Carleton had nine carries for 100 yards and a touchdown. Jaylen Hall caught two touchdown receptions.
Madison Heights Madison 21, Madison Heights Lamphere 7: Ryan Crews rushed 18 times for 217 yards and two touchdowns and added 13 tackles and one interception.
Novi 35, Livonia Franklin 28: For Novi (5-4), Alec Bageris completed 17 of 24 for 175 yards and four touchdowns. Anthony D’Annibale snagged nine catches for 96 yards and two touchdowns. Aahmaud Jenkins rushed 23 times for 108 yards and one touchdown. For Franklin (6-3), Nyassinu Crowell rushed 20 times for 231 yards and three end zone trips.
River Rouge 35, Riverview 12: Alexander Carter had eight carries for 116 yards and four touchdowns for Rouge (8-1). For Riverview (2-7), Zach Guthrie and Ethan Lockhart each scored a touchdown. Lockhart had five carries for 31 yards.
Rochester Hills Stoney Creek 40, Rochester 14: Dylan Trudo rushed 17 times for 139 yards and a touchdown, and Frank Potenza passed for 216 yards and three touchdowns for Stoney Creek. Tristan Leinen led the defense with 10 tackles. Nate Davis also added two touchdowns via the reception variety while Brady Campbell compiled 93 receiving yards.
Royal Oak Shrine 49, North Adams-Jerome 8: Mike Niehaus scored two touchdowns for Royal Oak (7-2), including one on a 13-yard run and the other on an 18-yard reception. Jay Hester rushed for 105 yards on five carries and scored two touchdowns, one of which was a 53-yarder.
St. Clair Shores Lakeview 29, New Haven 21: Kory Majewski had 13 carries for 116 yards and one touchdown for Lakeview (6-3). Ivan Krohta had one rushing touchdown, and threw for 31 yards and one touchdown, too. Skailar Hage caught two receptions for 31 yards and a score. Chris Wise had 108 yards and one touchdown. This marks only the second time in school history that Lakeview has qualified for the playoffs, with the last time having been in 2010.
St. Clair Shores South Lake 40, Warren Lincoln 28: Lance Mitchell racked up 31 carries for 281 yards and six touchdowns for South Lake (7-2). Antonio Goings added 174 all-purpose yards while Tharyn Lewis recorded 17 tackles on defense.
U-D Jesuit 63, Detroit Leadership Academy 0: For U-D (6-2), Scotty Nelson scored two touchdowns, one on an 83-yard kickoff return and the other on a 44-yard interception return. Elijah Collins also scored two touchdowns, one on the ground and the other on a punt return. Jordan Lowe rushed for two touchdowns as well.
Warren Cousino 49, St. Clair 13: For Cousino (8-1, 5-0 MAC Blue), Ben Maleszyk threw for four touchdowns and 244 yards on 17 of 21 passing, and he also scrambled for another score. Max Schulte caught four passes for 82 yards and two touchdowns. Mike Rice led the way with 10 tackles while Dequan Watson added nine tackles and two sacks. St. Clair (4-5) was led by Ethan Mahn and Ian Janssen, who both scored touchdowns.
Warren De La Salle 42, Detroit Collegiate Prep-Northwestern 6: For De La Salle (4-5), Jeff Bianchini scored two touchdowns while Cordell Tannyhill added a 67-yard touchdown run. Stephen Killop returned a fumble recovery 25 yards for a score, and Evan Vallencourt rushed eight times for 89 yards and a touchdown.
Warren Michigan Collegiate 49, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 17: Javeonte Brown had 10 carries for 102 yards and one touchdown for Michigan Collegiate (8-1). Shawn Jackson had two carries for 75 yards and two touchdowns. Tracy Hubbert had nine carries for 101 yards while throwing one interception.
Warren Mott 40, Grosse Pointe South 14: Jayvon Wilson had 83 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries for Mott (7-2). Joe Millhouse threw an 80-yard touchdown pass to Andre Chandler while D.J. Riggins had 14 tackles, including two for loss, and two sacks.