High school football rankings, Super 10 and divisions

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The biggest shakeup in the rankings came in Division 6 where No. 1 Madison Heights Madison lost to St. Clair Shores South Lake, 54-28, a Division 4 team.

The state's top recruit Donovan Peoples-Jones (9), left, celebrates after scoring a touchdown with his teammate during the first half. He lead Cass Tech to a 45-27 win over Oak Park during the Detroit Prep KickOff Classic Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016 at Wayne State University's Tom Adams football field. Regina H. Boone/Detroit Free Press

The state’s top recruit Donovan Peoples-Jones (9), left, celebrates after scoring a touchdown with his teammate during the first half. He lead Cass Tech to a 45-27 win over Oak Park during the Detroit Prep KickOff Classic Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016 at Wayne State University’s Tom Adams football field. Regina H. Boone/Detroit Free Press

Madison’s loss opened the door for Millington to move into the top spot in Division 6.

Another No. 1 team to lose was Muskegon, which lost, 38-35, Lincolnshire Stevenson, a powerhouse team from Illinois with an enrollment of 4,179 students, compared to Muskegon’s 1,052. That is why the Big Reds are still No. 1 in Division 3.

Utica Eisenhower’s victory over Macomb Dakota moved it up one spot to No. 4 in Division 1. Davison, which has victories of 50 and 35 points, makes its debut in the Division 1 rankings, along with Grandville and Grand Blanc.

For the first time in years all three Traverse City teams are in the rankings. Traverse City Central joins Traverse City West in the D-2 top 10, but one of the teams could be making a quick exit. They play each other this week. St. Francis is firmly entrenched in the No. 2 spot in D-7.

The only ranked team to lose in Division 4 was Lansing Sexton, which was beaten by Grandville, No. 9 in D-1. Taking Sexton’s place this week is Benton Harbor, which hasn’t been ranked in decades. The Tigers of coach Elliott Uzelac notched an impressive win over Grand Rapids South Christian last week.

There were some good wins by unranked Division 5 teams last week, but no one could break into the Top 10 because all 10 ranked teams won.

Detroit Loyola suffered a 35-14 loss to two-time defending Division 3 state champ Orchard Lake St. Mary’s, but in the long run that loss will only help Loyola, which remains No. 1 in D-7.

Mick McCabe’s rankings

FOOTBALL

Super 10

RK, SCHOOL, REC, DIV

1. Detroit Cass Tech, 2-0, 1

The Technicians keep rolling with 60-0 win over CMA

2. Walled Lake Western, 2-0, 2

An impressive comeback win with the backup QB again

3. Novi Detroit Catholic Central, 2-0, 1

Shamrocks steamroll past Toledo Whitmer, a good Ohio team

4. Muskegon, 1-1, 3

A three-point loss to powerhouse from Illinois is no big deal

5. Detroit King, 2-0, 2

Another lopsided win in the PSL

6. Lowell, 2-0, 2

Impressive comeback win over Rockford

7. Hudsonville, 2-0, 1

Looking good in 38-7 win at Holt

8. Utica Eisenhower, 2-0, 1

A decisive victory over a very good Dakota team

9.Dearborn Fordson, 2-0, 1

The Tractors rolled over Edsel Ford, 48-20

10. River Rouge, 1-1, 4

Rouge thumped Ann Arbor Huron, 70-0

RK; SCHOOL; REC; LW

Division 1

1. Detroit Cass Tech, 2-0, 1

2. Novi Detroit Catholic Central, 2-0, 3

3. Hudsonville, 2-0, 4

4. Utica Eisenhower, 2-0, 5

5. Dearborn Fordson, 2-0, 7

6. Saline, 2-0, 8

7. Northville, 2-0, 9

8. Davison, 2-0, _

9. Grandville, 2-0, _

10. Grand Blanc, 2-0, _

Thursday’s prep football scores from around Michigan

Division 2

1. Walled Lake Western, 2-0, 1

2. Detroit King, 2-0, 2

3. Lowell, 2-0, 3

4. Traverse City West, 2-0, 4

5. Midland Dow, 2-0, 5

6. Portage Central, 2-0, 6

7. Temperance Bedford, 2-0, 7

8. Traverse City Central, 2-0 1-0, _

9. Birmingham Groves, 2-0, _

10. U-D Jesuit, 2-0, _

Division 3

1. Muskegon, 1-1, 1

2. Grand Rapids Christian, 2-0, 3

3. Orchard Lake St. Mary, 1-1, 4

4. St. Joseph, 2-0, 5

5. Allen Park, 2-0, 6

6. Zeeland East, 2-0, 7

7. Stevensville-Lakeshore, 2-0, 9

8. Zeeland West, 2-0, 10

9. Mason, 2-0, _

10. Chelsea, 2-0, _

Friday, Sept. 2 Michigan high school football scores

Division 4

1. River Rouge, 1-1, 1

2. Birmingham Det. Country Day, 2-0, 2

3. Grand Rapids Catholic Central, 2-0, 3

4. Alma, 2-0, 4

5. Corunna, 2-0, 5

6. Marysville, 2-0, 6

7. Ludington, 2-0, 7

8. Croswell-Lexington, 2-0, 8

9. Escanaba, 2-0, 9

10. Benton Harbor, 2-0, _

Division 5

1. Grand Rapids West Catholic, 2-0, 1

2. Menominee, 2-0, 2

3. Lansing Catholic, 2-0, 3

4. Ithaca, 2-0, 4

5. Frankenmuth, 2-0, 5

6. Montague, 2-0, 6

7. Portland, 2-0, 7

8. Ida, 2-0, 8

9. Carrollton, 2-0, 9

10. Freeland, 2-0, 10

Saturday, Sept. 3 Michigan high school football scores

Division 6

1. Millington, 2-0, 2

2. Charlevoix, 2-0, 3

3. Negaunee, 2-0, 4

4. Laingsburg, 2-0, 6

5. Madison Heights Madison, 1-1, 1

6. Grass Lake, 2-0, 8

7. Schoolcraft, 2-0, _

8. Beaverton, 2-0, _

9. Roscommon, 2-0, _

10. Quincy, 2-0, _

Division 7

1. Detroit Loyola, 1-1, 1

2. Traverse City St. Francis, 2-0, 2

3. Pewamo-Westphalia, 2-0, 3

4. New Lothrop, 2-0, 4

5. Saugatuck, 2-0, 5

6. Flint Beecher, 2-0, 6

7. Iron Mountain, 2-0, 7

8. Clinton, 2-0, 8

9. McBain, 2-0, 9

10. Hudson, 2-0, 10

Division 8

1. Muskegon Catholic Central, 2-0, 1

2. Climax-Scotts, 2-0, 2

3. Fowler, 2-0, 3

4. Frankfort, 2-0, 7

5. Ishpeming, 1-1, 8

6. Petersburg-Summerfield, 2-0, _

7. Mendon, 1-1, 4

8. St. Ignace, 1-1, 6

9. Gaylord St Mary, 2-0, 9

10. Harbor Beach, 1-1, 10

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