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:

Muskegon overpowered Farmington Hills Harrison

Muskegon quarterback La'Darius Jefferson (2) run against Farmington Hills Harrison during the first half of the Division 3 state title game on Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017, at Ford Field.(Photo: Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press)

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.

Grand Rapids West Catholic topples Swan Valley

Grand Rapids West Catholic players celebrate after West Catholic's 34-7 win in the Division 5 state title game on Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017, at Ford Field.  

The West Catholic Falcons took home their fifth consecutive state title, tying the state’s longest consecutive streak.

The final score was 34-7.

Grand Rapids Catholic Central beats Edwardsburg

Grand Rapids Catholic Central players celebrate a touchdown scored by Erik Grabow (8) during the first half of the Division 4 championship game against Edwardsburg on Nov. 24.

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 represented West Michigan, but lost to Pewamo-Westphalia

Saugatuck quarterback Jackson Shriver (7) runs against Pewamo-Westphalia during the second half of the MHSAA Division 7 championship game at the Ford Field in Detroit, Saturday, November 25, 2017.  

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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