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Week 9 high school football highlights | USA Today High School Sports

Northwestern Colts' Michael Marion runs for yardage against Central Trailblazers Lamar Perdue in the first quarter of the Detroit Public School League 2015 Football Championship at Ford Field in Detroit on Friday, Oct. 23, 2015.

Northwestern Colts’ Michael Marion runs for yardage against Central Trailblazers Lamar Perdue in the first quarter of the Detroit Public School League 2015 Football Championship at Ford Field in Detroit on Friday, Oct. 23, 2015.


Berkley 49, Garden City 14: QB Ross Herron passed for 89 yards and two touchdowns plus rushed for 151 and one TD in the victory for Berkley (7-2). Nolan Givan had 74 receiving yards and two catches. For Garden City, Matt Spisak scored two touchdowns, and the rushing leader was Kyle Becker with 138 yards.

Birmingham Groves 18, Ann Arbor Pioneer 14: Groves (9-0) closed the season undefeated behind a gritty team effort. Beau Kewley went 6-of-12 for 75 yards through the air and recorded one rushing touchdown while Ryan Flaherty led the defense with 12 tackles. Pioneer (6-3) put up quite the offensive performance despite the loss. John Kunec was 15-of-25 passing for 165 yards and one touchdown while Antjuan Simmons had 21 carries for 121 yards rushing and one touchdown.

Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook 42, Livonia Clarenceville 6: Tyler Santangelo was 24-of-35 passing with 295 yards and five touchdowns, including a 95-yard TD thrown to Nate Lowmiller in the victory for Cranbrook (8-1). Lowmiller had eight receptions for 160 yards and four TDs. For Clarenceville, Da’Veon Burnett ran 27 times for 146 yards. The leading tackler for Cranbrook was Garrett Faulkner, who had nine tackles on the night.

Week 9 Michigan high school football scores

Clarkston 36, Oak Park 8: Nolan Erickson had 30 carries for 103 yards and three touchdowns for Clarkston (7-2) Alex Kessman went 8-of-15 for 215 yards and two touchdowns while Jonah Koponen caught six receptions for 186 yards and two touchdowns to close the season with a victory. Chauncey Lovan was 10-of-22 for 126 yards and one touchdown for Oak Park (5-4).

Dearborn Edsel Ford 27, Wayne Memorial 7: Prince AyoOla had 81 yards rushing while Chad Gailiard had 42 yards and a rushing touchdown in the victory for Edsel Ford (5-4). Additionally, Keegan Zenis had a seven-yard TD reception.

Detroit Cesar Chavez 46, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 0: Senior Omar Salih was 22-of-31 passing for 458 yards and three touchdowns, and senior Avery Henderson recorded three sacks for Cesar Chavez (7-2).

Detroit Old Redford 45, Harper Woods 6: Senior running back Tyler Hodo had 11 carries for 66 yards and one touchdown while Chaim Austin had six carries for 66 yards and one TD in the victory for Old Redford (3-5). Defensively, linebacker Christopher Thomas had 12 tackles.

Grosse Pointe North 14, St. Clair 7: Bjorn Bjornsson threw two touchdowns in the victory for North (5-4). Tristin Richardson had a 19-yard TD reception while Ryan Mazzola had a 54-yard TD reception. In the loss, Latorris Greer had 35 carries for 304 yards for St. Clair, who fell to 3-6.

Harbor Springs 22, Charlevoix 20: Mitch Hoffman hit a 25-yard game-winning field goal with four seconds left in regulation to seal the victory for Harbor Springs (6-3). Kern Reeves had 158 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 22 carries.

Johannesburg-Lewiston 52, Inland Lakes 18: Logan Huff had 10 carries for 132 yards and three touchdowns plus a two-point conversion and 17 tackles in the victory for Johannesburg (8-1 overall, 5-1 Ski Valley). Additionally, Ethan May had eight carries for 124 yards and one TD. Defensively, Alden Nickert got it done with 17 tackles.

Livonia Churchill 40, Livonia Stevenson 34: QB Chris Tandrys was 21-of-33 passing with 305 yards and two touchdowns in the loss for Stevenson, who fell to 6-3. Gino D’Agostino had nine catches for 156 yards and one TD while Frank Carlin had seven carries for 62 yards and a TD.

Novi 43, Howell 21: Emmanuel Jackson came up big for Novi (5-4) with 128 rushing yards and 172 yards receiving for five total touchdowns. Quarterback Alec Bageris went 15-of-28 for 285 yards and three touchdowns. For Howell (5-4), Brett Chaperon went 14-of-22 for 237 yards and three touchdowns in a losing effort.

Redford Union 24, Pontiac 22: Marquis Hathaway had a 75-yard kickoff return for a TD and scored on a 12-yard catch to tie the game in the final minute, then ran in the winning two-point conversion for Union (3-6). Isaac Grant rushed for 132 yards and one TD on 25 carries, and Tavian Groves-Knox threw for 105 yards.

River Rouge 40, Riverview 34 (OT): QB Antoine Burgess threw for 247 yards and five touchdowns on 14-of-24 passing and also recorded a rushing TD in the victory for Rouge (8-1). Also, Lenell Martin had five catches for 76 yards and three TDs, and scored in overtime. On the losing end, Alex Hall had 20 carries for 117 yards and a TD while Tyler Chase had 17 carries for 136 yards and two TDs.

Romulus 51, Hamtramck 14: Treylarenz Anderson-Armstrong had 92 rushing yards and 13 receiving yards plus two rushing touchdowns, one kick return TD and one reception TD in the victory for Romulus (8-1).

St. Clair Shores South Lake 40, New Haven 14: Tyler Maize had 17 carries for 217 yards and one touchdown while Jarrod Vines rushed for 101 yards and had two receptions for 85 yards and three touchdowns. Jalen Williams led the defense with 13 tackles and a forced fumble.

Sanford Meridian 44, Gladwin 22: Sanford (9-0) ended their season with a flawless record. In a losing effort, Drew Cantrell left it all on the field with nine carries for 23 yards and one touchdown and racked up 19 tackles and a fumble recovery for Gladwin (4-5). Quarterback Javon Medema went 8-of-18 for 166 yards and two touchdowns.

Sterling Heights Stevenson 31, Utica 7: QB Patrick O’Connor was 12-of-25 passing for 129 yards and a touchdown while R.J. Pinto caught seven passes for 87 yards in the loss for Utica, who dropped to 4-5. O’Connor threw his lone TD pass to Nathan Ayers.

Utica Eisenhower 17, Romeo 14: Max Whitter went 7-of-9 passing for 111 yards for Eisenhower (6-3) while Andrew Szalkowski had 17 carries for 61 yards and one touchdown in the upset over Romeo (8-1). Paul Herly was 8-of-13 passing for 57 yards and one touchdown for Romeo.

Warren Fitzgerald 56, Warren Lincoln 14: Fitzgerald senior QB Stephen Gregerson had 15 carries for 102 yards plus was 13-of-22 passing for 201 yards and two touchdowns in the victory for Fitzgerald (6-3). Additionally, junior running back Najon Moore had 18 carries for 75 yards and four TDs.

Warren Mott 49, Utica Ford 3: Jason Lilaj rushed for one touchdown and passed for three others to lead Mott to a blowout victory to end the season. On defense, Eddie Yeser had 12 tackles.


Birmingham Brother Rice 58, Detroit Southeastern 14: Brother Rice (2-7) ends their dismal season with a bright spot, freshmen Marinao Valinti went 11-14 for 110 yards and one touchdown. On defense Ryan McWood was everywhere racking up two blocked punts, a safety, 15 tackles and two pass deflections to put Southeastern (1-8) away. For Quarterback Raymond Blezins went 10-21 with 181 yards passing and two touchdowns for Southeastern.

Detroit Denby 22, Detroit Henry Ford 14: Adontae Calhoun rushed for 104 yards and had three total touchdowns while quarterback William Goodwin threw for 105 yards and two touchdowns in the season closer for Denby (5-4).

Detroit East English 33, Detroit Douglass 0: East English Village (7-2) ended their season with a crushing blowout victory over Douglass (3-6) where Zachmaine March racked up 150 yards rushing and three touchdowns, James Caesar had 80 yards rushing and one score and Jawon Dangerfield led the shutout with six tackles and one sack.

Detroit Mumford 32, Detroit Osborn 0: D’Ante Pressley made 11 catches, forced two fumbles and returned one for a touchdown for Mumford (4-5). Cerell Lewis rushed for 89 yards and one TD on five carries, and Sahaun Perkins had a 27-yard TD run. Osborn finished 2-7.

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