DETROIT - Four West Michigan high school football teams took to the field this weekend and competed for state titles.
Here is a rundown of the teams that won and links to more extensive coverage:
The Big Reds dominated this season with a perfect 14-0 record. This is Muskegon's sixth state title, but the first one since 2008.
The final score was 28-10.
The West Catholic Falcons took home their fifth consecutive state title, tying the state’s longest consecutive streak.
The final score was 34-7.
GRCC successfully defended their Division 4 state title. The win was a team effort, but senior Nolan Fugate did not disappoint. He rushed for 306 yards and four touchdowns to pace the Cougars.
The final score was 42-31.
Saugatuck played hard, but ultimately lost to Pewamo-Westphalia for the Division 7 title. The Indians were also the state runner-ups in 2010.
The final score was 21-0.
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