Saturday, March 31, 2012

Game of the Decade, Stevenson vs. Clarkston in 2009

Stevenson and Clarkston in the 2009 Semi-Final, Stevenson would win 37-35 on a game that came down to the last play.  Stevenson would take a 14-0 lead in the second quarter, with a D.J. Mershman touchdown reception and a touchdown run by quarterback, Jason Fracassa.  Clarkston would come back in the second quarter with a touchdown reception by Chris Canada and a touchdown run by Dakota Bender.  John Brown would kick a field goal for Stevenson to retake the lead 17-14 at halftime.


In the third quarter, Tyler Scarlett would find Dustin Gamble for a 36 yard touchdown pass to give Clarkston their first lead of the game 20-17.  Stevenson would close out the third quarter with two touchdowns, the first by Mark Kovalcik and then a Marcus Beaurem touchdown reception.  Heading into the fourth quarter, Stevenson led 31-20.  Clarkston would storm back with 15 points, first was a Jordan Clark touchdown reception and the two point conversion would be good, then a 5 yard touchdown run by Tyler Scarlett.  Stevenson would get a chance down 35-31 with just over two minutes left but Fracassa would throw an interception.  Clarkston attempted to run out the clock however on third down, the Clarkston runningback would fumble the ball and Stevenson fell on the loose ball.  Stevenson had just under 40 seconds to score a touchdown.Stevenson Titans MAC Red Michigan High School Football Clarkston Wolves PSL Records Championship MHSAA Lake Orion Dakota OAA Semi-Finals 2009 
After getting down inside the 10 yard line, Stevenson would call a timeout on 4th down and would convert for the first down, Fracassa then spiked the ball leaving .4 seconds left on the clock.  Fracassa then would find a wide open Dylan Cooper in the corner of the end zone as the clock expired, lifting Stevenson to a 37-35 victory.Stevenson Titans MAC Red Michigan High School Football Clarkston Wolves PSL Records Championship MHSAA Lake Orion Dakota OAA Semi-Finals 2009 game of the
Fracassa would set the single season passing yards record this game.  Fracassa is the only quarterback in MHSAA history to throw for over 4,000 yards in a single season.




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If you know any other game's that can be discussed as game of the century please post them on the comment feature below.


The Southeastern Decade Team (2001 to 2011)



I will be trying to showcase the most dominant players in the Southeastern Michigan region from the 2001 season to this past season in 2011.  Statistics are not available for every single player, so I am going off what I can find on this.  It's the first time I did this, so it's going to have a lot of objections I bet.  But just comment below with any other suggestions and or statistics. Stevenson Titans MAC Red Michigan High School Football Cass Tech PSL Records Championship MHSAA 


  • Jason Fracassa of Stevenson.  Fracassa played on the Titans from 2006-2009 and has set numerous MHSAA Records:  Noticeably 10,615 career passing yards, a record that likely will never be topped. The list goes on and on about set records by Fracassa.  Fracassa owns 25 quarterback records.Stevenson Titans MAC Red Michigan High School Football Cass Tech PSL Records Championship MHSAA 
  • DeAndre Johnson of Madison.  Johnson played on Madison from 2004-2007, starting as a Freshman.  Johnson finished with over 7,000 career rushing yards, 2,700 rushing yards in a single season, and 37 touchdowns also in a single season. Stevenson Titans MAC Red Michigan High School Football Cass Tech PSL Records Championship MHSAA 
  • D.J. Mershman of Stevenson.  Mershman played on Stevenson from 2007-2009.  Like the players listed above, Mershman holds mostly all of the receiving records in the MHSAA.  Mershman is #1 all time with over 3,700 career receiving yards and 21 touchdowns in a single season for two years in a row.  Mershman also holds 14 other receiving records.  Stevenson Titans MAC Red Michigan High School Football Cass Tech PSL Records Championship MHSAA 
  • Jake Long of Lapeer East.  Long was the only player in Lapeer East history to make the dream team from the Detroit News.  Jake Long graduated from Lapeer East in the class of 2003.  Long was drafted with #1 overall pick in 2007 by the Miami Dolphins. Stevenson Titans MAC Red Michigan High School Football Cass Tech PSL Records Championship MHSAA 

  • Vernon Gholston of Cass Tech.  Gholston graduated from Cass Tech in the class of 2004.  In Gholston's senior season he would compile 75 tackles and 6 sacks.  Gholston was selected in the all state team. Stevenson Titans MAC Red Michigan High School Football Cass Tech PSL Records Championship MHSAA 
  • Prescott Line of Oxford.  Prior to the class of 2011 signing their Letters of Intent, Prescott Line already verbally committed to Southern Methodist University.  As a senior during this past fall, Line put up ridiculous numbers, including:  128 tackles, 50 solo tackles, 4 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, and 2 interceptions.  Also Prescott Line had well over 2,400 rushing yards and 37 touchdowns as a Senior.  All of these statistics were compiled from just 10 games played.  Prescott Line was the 2011 Michigan High School Player of the Year and was awarded the Mr. Football Award.

  • Valdez Showers of Madison.  Showers did most of his damage in high school statistically running the football with over 3,500 and 40 rushing touchdowns the past two seasons.  Showers athleticism, speed, and size put fear in all opposing quarterbacks, offensive coordinators, and receivers he lined up against.  During Showers final season he would verbally commit to the University of Florida.  The only player in Michigan High School Football history to sign with Florida.  Valdez Showers was selected as the 2010 Michigan High School Player of the Year as well as winning several other awards from the newspapers.  Showers was selected as the Gatorade Player of the Year as a Senior.
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Feel free to comment below with any comments that you have.  




Friday, March 30, 2012

Denzel Hawthorne - 2012 LB Signs with Mayville State

Earlier this month linebacker Denzel Hawthorne of Frederick Douglass choose to sign with Mayville State.  Hawthorne helped lead the Hurricanes to their best season in school history.  Frederick Douglass finished 2011 with 9 wins, their first ever playoff victory over Southwestern, and defeated Henry Ford in the PSL-2 Final at Ford Field.


Position: Linebacker #1

Most Memorable Game: 2011 City Championship


Pre-Game Traditions: Prayer and chant


Post-Game Traditions: Pray


Athlete you try building your game around: Ray Lewis



The D - Zone - How was the feeling of getting the offer/chance to play for Mayville State and then the feeling and your thoughts once you accepted the offer to play for Mayville State?

Denzel Hawthorne - "The feeling of getting offer/ chance to play for Mayville State was the feeling of a mission accomplished and my thoughts once I accepted the offer was that I would be joining a family and building a tradition but I know I wouldn't have made it this far if it wasn't for God and the support and motivation from my family, coaches, teammates and friends."


The D - Zone - Have you been able to visit the Mayville State campus and what were your thoughts on the campus?

Denzel Hawthorne
 - "I haven't got the chance to visit Mayville State in person but I have done some online tours and visits but I feel that Mayville would be a comfortable place for me to pursue my football career."


The D - Zone - Which other schools were you interested in and/or had interest in you?

Denzel Hawthorne
 - "There was a hand full of schools that were interested in me but the schools that stood out to me the most besides Mayville State were: Trinity International, University of Jamestown in North Dakota, University of Tabor, Becker College, and Trinity Bible."


The D - Zone - What made you decide on Mayville State?

Denzel Hawthorne - "I decided to go to Mayville State because of the relationships I have built with the coaching staff, I believe the football program will be a good fit for me and I have a chance to play with a close friend/teammate Donovan Howard who also signed with Mayville State."


The D - Zone - What will Mayville State be getting differently with Denzel Hawthorne on the roster?

Denzel Hawthorne - "With me on the roster Mayville State will be getting a player/teammate with heart, determination, and a passion for the game of football that plays aggressively."


The D - Zone - Looking back at the season what were some of your favorite moments as well as for your career at Frederick Douglass?

Denzel Hawthorne - "Looking back at the season some of my favorite moments were: spatting my teammates before the game, saying the prayer and team chant before every game."


The D - Zone - How was the team able to overcome the robbery incident mid-season and did Jahvid Best or Ndamukong Suh say anything to motivate you guys?

Denzel Hawthorne - "The team was able to overcome the robbery incident mid-season because we used that tragic moment as motivation and to prove not just to the robbers but to the entire city of Detroit that we were the best in our division but Javid Best and Ndamuknog Suh did say some encouraging and motivating things but mostly stressed the importants of academics."


The D - Zone - What kind of an impact do you feel you left at Frederick Douglass for the younger players?

Denzel Hawthorne - "I feel that I left a great impact for Douglass's younger players because most of the players look up to me as a big brother than just a teammate.  I am constantly motivating and encouraging them to bring the best out of themselves and everyone around them because I'm a strong believer in your only as good as your weakest link."


The D - Zone - How will the future for the Frederick Douglass Hurricanes be and who are some younger players to keep an eye out for?

Denzel Hawthorne - "The future for Douglass looks great they have a good number of transfer players and they are working hard in the weight room everyday to get bigger, stronger, and faster.  Some players to keep a eye out for is 3 star RB - Demetrius Stinson, LB - Mark Pearson, DB - Omari Taylor, OL/DL Nolan Neal, and WR Micheal Seabring."


Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Southeastern Football Records part 3

I will be translating the Southeastern Michigan records from MHSAA.com to showcase the past records and talent.






Most Rushing Yards In a Game:



  • #6 446 rushing yards by Michael Tennessee of Stevenson in 1998
  • #9 443 rushing yards by Mark Moundros of North Farmington in 2005
  • #12 429 rushing yards by Chris Gruse of Wyandotte Mt. Carmel in 2000
  • #13 429 rushing yards by Chad Schoen of Gibraltar Carlson in 2004
  • #17 406 rushing yards by Jake Mineau of Marysville in 2010
  • #21 401 rushing yards by Mike Sparks of Garden City in 2000
  • #22 401 rushing yards by Skyler Stoker of Grass Lake in 2008





Most Rushing Yards In a Season:

  • #1 2,890 rushing yards by Chris Lomasney of Chippewa Valley in 2000
  • #4 2,837 rushing yards by Darrin Williams of King in 2007
  • #6 2,783 rushing yards by Rick Granata of Imlay City in 1993
  • #8 2,697 rushing yards by DeAndre Johnson of Madison in 2006
  • #14 2,599 rushing yards by Tim Shaw of Livonia Clarenceville in 2001
  • #16 2,567 rushing yards by Leonard Harris of Grosse Pointe North in 1996
  • #18 2,552 rushing yards by Tim Shaw of Livonia Clarenceville in 2000
  • #20 2,501 rushing yards by Ronald Spears of Milan in 2009
  • #23 2,485 rushing yards by Jonas Gray of Country Day in 2007
  • #24 2,473 rushing yards by Fred Russell of Romulus in 1998
  • #27 2,355 rushing yards by Michael Tennessee of Stevenson in 1998
  • #28 2,324 rushing yards by Jessie Walker of Milan in 1989
  • #32 2,253 rushing yards by Skyler Stoker of Grass Lake in 2008
  • #33 2,243 rushing yards by Zurlon Tipton of Parkway Christian in 2007
  • #36 2,225 rushing yards by Dan Smitherman of Westland John Glenn in 2000

Most Rushing Yards In a Career:
  • #2 7,813 rushing yards by Tim Shaw of Livonia Clarenceville from 1998-2001
  • #5 7,016 rushing yards by DeAndre Johnson of Madison from 2004-2007
  • #8 5,655 rushing yards by Rick Granata of Imlay City from 1991-1993
  • #12 5,115 rushing yards by Zurlon Tipton of Parkway Christian from 2005-2008
  • #14 5,087 rushing yards by Fred Russell of Romulus from 1996-1998

Consecutive 100+ Rushing Yards In a Game:
  • #5 20 by David Houck of Onsted from 1994-1995
Source: http://www.cvs.k12.mi.us/cvhsfootball/Big_Red_Alumni.htm


Most Rushing Attempts In a Game:
  • 53 by Chris LaBelle of Milan in 2009
  • 51 by Lee Dorchak of Harper Woods in 1997
  • 49 by Nathan Siegrist of East Jackson in 2011
  • 49 by Lee Dorchak of Harper Woods in 1997
  • 47 by Frank Anderson of Marysville in 1957
  • 45 by Bob Blosser of Flat Rock in 1974

Most Rushing Attempts In a Season:
  • #2 360 by Chris Lomasney of Chippewa Valley in 2000
  • #4 346 by Rick Granata of Imlay City in 1993

Most Rushing Touchdowns In a Game:
  • Tie #3 6 touchdowns by Skyler Stoker of Grass Lake in 2008
Most Rushing Touchdowns In a Season:
  • #2 41 by Chris Lomasney of Chippewa Valley in 2000
  • #4 40 by Tim Shaw of Livonia Clarenceville in 2001
  • #5 39 by Tim Shaw of Livonia Clarenceville in 2000
  • #15 33 by Zurlon Tipton of Parkway Christian in 2007

Most Rushing Touchdowns In a Career:
  • #1 114 by Tim Shaw of Livonia Clarenceville from 1998-2001
  • #4 76 by Zurlon Tipton of Parkway Christian from 2005-2008
  • #5 74 by Skyler Stoker of Grass Lake from 2007-2008

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Southeastern Football Records part 2

I will be translating the Southeastern Michigan records from MHSAA.com to showcase the past records and talent.




Longest Field Goal In a Game:

  • 59 yards by Doug Kochanski of Warren Woods Tower in 1994
  • 58 yards by John Langeloh of Utica in 1985
  • 55 yards by Harold Moore of Dearborn in 1979
  • 55 yards by Bob Hirschman of Utica Ford in 1980
  • 55 yards by Dave Blackmer of Harrison in 1981
  • 54 yards by Derrick Underwood of Ecorse in 1976
  • 54 yards by Eric Oke of East Detroit in 1992
  • 54 yards by Joe Paglino of Country Day in 1999
  • 53 yards by Dennis Nicholl of Eisenhower in 1985
  • 53 yards by Mike Raab of Royal Oak Kimball in 2002
  • 53 yards by Craig Heger of Howell in 2007
  • 53 yards by Kyle Brindza of Plymouth in 2010
  • 52 yards by Jay Jandasek of Brighton in 2004
  • 52 yards by Noel Miller of Linden in 2006
  • 52 yards by Isaac Joseph of Lapeer East in 2010

Most Field Goals In a Game:
  • 4 by Ron Rich of Belleville in 1982
  • 4 by Mike Whelan of University Liggett in 1990
  • 4 by Bret Seltzer of Ann Arbor Huron in 1994
  • 4 by Kevin Gerback of Brother Rice in 1998

Most Field Goals In a Season:
  • #1 16 by Dave Blackmer of Harrison in 1982
  • #2 15 by Anthony Bean of Rochester Adams in 1998
  • #6 12 by Mark Spring of Pioneer in 1991
  • #7 12 by Dave Schaefer of Seaholm in 1996
  • #12 10 by Tony Svaluto of Westland John Glenn in 1986
  • #14 10 by Zoran Djordjevic of Sterling Heights in 1988
  • #16 10 by Aaron Quinn of Waterford Kettering in 1997
  • #17 10 by Toller Starnes of Eisenhower in 1997
  • #19 9 by Brian Swanson of Brother Rice in 1977
  • #21 9 by Bob Fekete of Brother Rice in 1988
  • #23 9 by Mike Whelan of University Liggett in 1990
  • #24 9 by Kurt Grover of Our Lady of the Lakes in 2000
  • #26 9 by Jay Jandasek of Brighton in 2005
  • #27 9 by Jeremy Ross of Pioneer in 2009

Most Field Goals In a Career:
  • #3 27 by Dave Blackmer of Harrison from 1980-1982
  • #3 27 by Mike Whelan of University Liggett from 1988-1991
  • #3 27 by Dave Schaefer of Seaholm from 1994-1996
  • #4 23 by Anthony Bean of Rochester Adams from 1996-1998
  • #4 23 by Jay Jandasek of Brighton from 2003-2005
  • #5 22 by Jeremy Ross of Pioneer from 2007-2009
  • #9 18 by Nick DeGraw of Chippewa Valley from 1996-1998
  • #10 17 by Toller Starnes of Eisenhower from 1995-1997

Source: ESPN


Longest Punt In a Game:
  • 85 yards by Bob Sheldon of Marysville in 1945
  • 79 yards by Terry Simmons of Brother Rice in 1975
  • 78 yards by Chris Stefanes of Seaholm in 1997
  • 76 yards by Jeff Gardner of Grand Blanc in 1985
  • 74 yards by Corbin Orchard of Livonia Clarenceville in 2009
  • 73 yards by Mark Alcantara of Harrison in 1979
  • 73 yards by Bill Reuther of University Liggett in 1987
  • 73 yards by Tony Arini of Chippewa Valley in 1996
  • 73 yards by Tony Ellul of Dakota in 1998
  • 72 yards by Steve Morrison of Brother Rice in 1989
  • 72 yards by James Allen of Fenton in 2009

Most Blocked Punts In a Season:
  • #4 5 blocked punts by John Hooker of Ottawa Lake Whiteford in 1954
  • #4 5 blocked punts by Paul McNichol of Marysville in 1969

Most Blocked Punts In a Career:
  • #1 9 by John Hooker of Ottawa Lake Whiteford from 1954-1955

Longest Punt Block Returned for a Touchdown:
  • #1 63 yard return by Chad Gauss of Sand Creek in 2010
  • #3 40 yard return by Chris Donnelly of Ottawa Lake Whiteford in 1978

Longest Punt Return for a Touchdown:
  • Tie #2 96 yards by Tim Gates of East Detroit in 1999
  • Tie #2 96 yards by Agim Shabaj of Harrison in 1999
  • Tie #3 95 yards by Paul Sutherland of Divine Child in 1980
  • Tie #3 95 yards by Pete Lewis of Grand Blanc in 1984
  • Tie #3 95 yards by Ryan DiBrano of Riverview in 2001
  • Tie #4 94 yards by John Ward of Manchester in 1989
  • #6 91 yards by Bruce Miller of Hanover-Horton in 1972
  • #7 90 yards by Paul Lutz of Brother Rice in 1966
Punt Returns for Touchdowns In A Game:
  • Tie #1 3 touchdowns by Markus Curry of Bishop Gallagher in 1999
  • Tie #1 3 touchdowns by Patrick Collier of Kettering in 2007

Southeastern Football Records part 1

I will be translating the Southeastern Michigan records from MHSAA.com to showcase the past records and talent.


http://bleacherreport.com/articles/742714-tennessee-titans-tim-shaw-goes-behind-enemy-lines-works-out-with-lions
Source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/742714-tennessee-titans-tim-shaw-goes-behind-enemy-lines-works-out-with-lions





Individual Points Scored In a Season:

  • #2 Tim Shaw - Livonia Clarenceville (2001) - 306 points
  • #3 Tim Shaw - Livonia Clarenceville (2000)- 288 points
  • #8 Rick Granata - Imlay City (1993) - 264 points
  • #9 Skyler Stoker - Grass Lake (2008) - 264 points
  • #12 DeAndre Johnson - Madison (2006) - 260 points
  • #14 Tyrone Wheatley - Dearborn Heights Robichaud (1990) - 252 points
  • #17 Chris Lomasney - Chippewa Valley (2000) - 247 points
  • #22 Matt Murray - Capac (1998) - 240 points
  • #24 Zurlon Tipton - Parkway Christian (2007) - 229 points
  • #28 Jessie Walker - Milan (1989) - 213 points
  • #32 Leonard Harris - Grosse Pointe North (1996) - 210 points
  • #33 Jonas Gray - Country Day (2007) - 210 points
  • #39 DeAndre Johnson - Madison (2007) - 205 points
  • #40 John Waters - Hillsdale (1972) - 204 points
Source: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/648047-power-ranking-the-top-25-rbs-in-big-ten-history/page/9 

Individual Points Score In a Career:
  • #2 Tim Shaw - Livonia Clarenceville (1998-2001) - 786 points
  • #3 Juan Johnson - Madison (2003-2006) - 649 points
  • #8 Zurlon Tipton - Parkway Christian (2005-2008) - 571
  • #9 Rick Granata - Imlay City (1991-1993) - 553
  • #11 Marcus Woods - Harrison (1999-2002) - 540
  • #15 Brian Stephens - Country Day (1983-1986) - 488
  • #16 Tyrone Wheatley - Dearborn Heights Robichaud (1987-1990) - 484
  • #20 John Miller - Harrison (1981-1984) - 438
  • #21 Matt Murray - Capac (1996-1998) - 417

Most Touchdowns Scored In a Game:
  • Tied #4, 7 touchdowns by Jordan Herrick of Seaholm in 1995
  • Tied #4, 7 touchdowns by Nick Wohlfarth of Ottawa Lake Whiteford in 2003
  • Tied #4, 7 touchdowns by Charles Stewart of Harrison in 2003
  • Tied #4, 7 touchdowns by Michael Hatcher of Dearborn in 2008
Most Touchdowns Scored In a Season: 
  • Tied #1, 52 touchdowns by Skyler Stoker of Grass Lake in 2008
  • #3, 51 touchdowns by Tim Shaw of Livonia Clarenceville in 2001
  • #4, 48 touchdowns by Tim Shaw of Livonia Clarenceville in 2000
  • #6 Fred Russel - Romulus (1998) - 44
  • #7 Rick Granata - Imlay City (1993) - 43
  • #10 Chris Lomasney - Chippewa Valley (2000) - 41
  • #18 Zurlon Tipton - Parkway Christian (2007) - 38
  • #23 DeAndre Johnson - Madison (2006) - 37
  • #24 Tyrone Wheatley - Robichaud (1990) - 36
  • #30 Shane Smith - Erie-Mason (2002) - 35
Most Touchdowns Scored In a Career: 
  • #2 Tim Shaw - Livonia Clarenceville (1998-2001) - 131 touchdowns
  • #7 Zurlon Tipton - Parkway Christian (2005-2008) - 94
  • #9 Marcus Woods - Harrison (1999-2002) - 90
  • #10 Rick Granata - Imlay City (1991-1993) - 89
  • #13 Fred Russell - Romulus (1996-1998) - 85
  • #15 Brian Stephens - Country Day (1983-1986) - 80
  • #18 John Miller - Harrison (1981-1984) - 72
  • #20 Tyrone Wheatley - Robichaud (1987-1990) - 70
  • #21 Jonas Gray - Country Day (2005-2007) - 70


Monday, March 26, 2012

Dennis Norfleet 2012 Michigan RB





On the day before National Signing Day, Detroit Martin Luther King playmaker Dennis Norfleet switched his commitment from The University of Cincinnati to the Michigan Wolverines.  Norfleet was one of the most entertaining players to watch during the 2011 campaign.  Dennis Norfleet also during the offseason turned down an offer to play in a High School Football All Star Game but elected to play in basketball instead.  MHSAA rules prohibit athletes from participating in All Star games if they choose to play Basketball for their Senior seasons.  Check out a short clip of Norfleet's highlights by PrepHoopsTV.


 

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Renaissance Phoenix 2012 Football Schedule


Detroit Renaissance finished the 2011 season with a 3-6 record.  The Phoenix were in the PSL-1 Semi-Finals but lost to Martin Luther King, 34-7.


* Represents non Detroit Public School League - West game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th @ Harrison* (L1)
August 31st - Western International (W1)
September 7th @ Cass Tech 7 PM (L3)
September 14th - Henry Ford (W1)
September 21st - Cody (L5)
September 28th - Detroit Plymouth Educational Center
October 5th @ Northwestern (W1)
TBD - PSL Semi-Final / Crossover
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Romulus Eagles 2012 Football Schedule

Romulus finished the 2011 season with a 2-7 record.

* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Blue game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Redford Union (W1)
August 31st - Dearborn Heights Annapolis (W1)
September 7th - Dearborn* (L3)
September 14th - Open
September 21st - Dearborn Edsel Ford* (L8)
September 28th - Belleville* (L3)
October 5th - Dearborn Fordson* (L7)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - Dearborn Heights Robichaud (L2)

Dearborn Fordson Tractors 2012 Football Schedule

Fordson finished the 2011 season with a 6-5 record.  The Tractors would eliminate Dearborn in the first round of the playoffs but would lose to Cass Tech for the third straight season in the playoffs.  Cass Tech defeated Fordson 33-7.

* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Blue game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Dakota (L1)
August 31st - Redford Thurston (L1)
September 7th - De La Salle (L2)
September 14th - Belleville* (W5)
September 21st - Dearborn* (W3)
September 28th - Dearborn Edsel Ford* (W13)
October 5th - Romulus* (W7)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - Monroe (L1)

Edsel Ford Thunderbirds 2012 Football Schedule

Dearborn Edsel Ford finished the 2011 season with a 4-5 record.  It is the second season in a row the Thunderbirds finished 4-5.

* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Blue game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Sterling Heights (W1)
August 31st - Garden City (W1)
September 7th - Belleville* (W1)
September 14th - Dearborn* (L2)
September 21st - Romulus* (W8)
September 28th - Dearborn Fordson* (L13)
October 5th - Eaton Rapids (W1)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - Waterford Kettering (W1)

Dearborn Pioneers 2012 Football Schedule

Dearborn finished the 2011 season with a 7-3 record. Dearborn would lose to Fordson for the second time during the playoffs, with a score of 34-31.

* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Blue game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Chippewa Valley at Wayne State (W2)
August 31st - Dearborn Heights Robichaud (W2)
September 7th - Romulus* (W3)
September 14th - Dearborn Edsel Ford* (W2)
September 21st - Fordson* (L3)
September 28th - Wyoming 
October 5th - Belleville* (W8)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - Ann Arbor Skyline (W2)

Belleville Tigers 2012 Football Schedule

Belleville finished the 2011 season with a 1-8 record.

* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Blue game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Ypsilanti Lincoln (L2)
August 31st - Dearborn Heights Crestwood (L1)
September 7th - Dearborn Edsel Ford* (L1)
September 14th - Dearborn Fordson* (L5)
September 21st - Country Day (L1)
September 28th - Romulus* (W3)
October 5th - Dearborn* (L8)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - Wayne Memorial (W2)

Redford Union Panthers 2012 Football Schedule

Redford Union finished the 2011 season with a 0-9 record.  The Panthers are on a 15 game losing streak.
* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Romulus (L1)
August 31st - Livonia Clarenceville
September 7th - Garden City* (L1)
September 14th - Dearborn Heights Robichaud* (L2)
September 21st - Dearborn Heights Annapolis* (L2)
September 28th - Dearborn Heights Crestwood* (L2)
October 5th - Redford Thurston* (L3)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - Waterford Mott (L6)

Redford Thurston Eagles 2012 Football Schedule

Redford Thurston finished the 2011 season with a 9-2 record.  The Eagles eliminated Lahser in the first round but would lose the following week to Orchard Lake Saint Mary's, 62-20. 
* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Frederick Douglass
August 31st - Dearborn Fordson (W1)
September 7th - Dearborn Heights Crestwood* (W4) 
September 14th - Dearborn Heights Annapolis* (W5)
September 21st - Garden City (W8)
September 28th - Dearborn Heights Robichaud* (W5)
October 5th - Redford Union* (W3)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - Hartland

Garden City Cougars 2012 Football Schedule

Garden City finished the 2011 season with a 6-4 record.  Allen Park eliminated Garden City in the first round of the playoffs, 28-27.  

* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Detroit Western International (W1)
August 31st - Dearborn Edsel Ford (L1)
September 7th - Redford Union* (W1)
September 14th - Dearborn Heights Crestwood* (W1)
September 21st - Redford Thurston* (L8)
September 28th - Dearborn Heights Annapolis* (W2)
October 5th - Dearborn Heights Robichaud* (L1)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - Inkster (L1)

Dearborn Heights Robichaud Bulldogs 2012 Football Schedule

Dearborn Heights Robichaud finished the 2011 season with a 7-3 record.  The Bulldogs would be eliminated in the first round of the playoffs by Lansing Sexton 56-0.
* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Inkster (W2)
August 31st - Dearborn (W2)
September 7th - Dearborn Heights Annapolis* (W2)
September 14th - Redford Union* (W2)
September 21st - Dearborn Heights Crestwood* (W1)
September 28th - Redford Thurston* (L5)
October 5th - Garden City* (W1)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - Romulus (W2)

Dearborn Heights Crestwood Chargers 2012 Football Schedule

Dearborn Heights Crestwood finished the 2011 season with a 3-6 record.  

* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Riverview (L2)
August 31st - Belleville (W1)
September 7th - Redford Thurston* (L4)
September 14th - Garden City* (L1)
September 21st - Dearborn Heights Robichaud* (L1)
September 28th - Redford Union* (W2)
October 5th - Dearborn Heights Annapolis* (W2)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - New Boston Huron (L3)

Dearborn Heights Annapolis Cougars 2012 Football Schedule

Dearborn Heights Annapolis finished the 2011 season with a 4-5 record.  

* Represents Western Wayne Athletic Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - New Boston Huron (L4)
August 31st - Romulus (W1)
September 7th - Dearborn Heights Robichaud* (L2)
September 14th - Redford Thurston* (L5)
September 21st - Redford Union* (W2)
September 28th - Garden City* (L2)
October 5th - Dearborn Heights Crestwood* (L2)
October 12th - Open
October 19th - Livonia Clarenceville (W1)

Whitmore Lake Trojans 2012 Football Schedule

Whitmore Lake finished the 2011 season with a 2-7 record.

* Represents non Tri-County Conference game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Stockbridge* (W1)
August 31st - Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard* (W1)
September 7th - Petersburg Summerfield (L3)
September 14th - Morenci (L2)
September 21st - Britton-Deerfield (L1)
September 28th - Sand Creek (L10)
October 5th - Clinton (L3)
October 12th - Ottawa Lake Whiteford (L3)
October 19th - Adrian Madison (W1)

Sand Creek Aggies 2012 Football Schedule

Sand Creek finished the 2011 season with an 8-2 record.  The Aggies were knocked out in the first round by Union City 13-7.

* Represents non Tri-County Conference game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th @ Laingsburg*
August 30th - Dundee*
September 7th @ Clinton (W2)
September 14th - Ottawa Lake Whiteford (W1)
September 21st @ Petersburg Summerfield (W1)
September 28th - Whitmore Lake (W10)
October 5th @ Morenci (W2)
October 12th - Adrian Madison (W2)
October 19th - Britton-Deerfield (W1)

Petersburg Summerfield Bulldogs 2012 Football Schedule

Peterburg-Summerfield finished the 2011 season with a 8-4 record.  The Bulldogs eliminated by Detroit Westside Christian Academy and Melvindale Academy for Business and Technology.  Petersburg Summerfield would be eliminated by New Lothrop 21-0 in the Regional Final.

* Represents non Tri-County Conference game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Erie Mason* (L4)
August 31st - Ida* (W1)
September 7th - Whitmore Lake (W3)
September 14th - Adrian Madison (W4)
September 21st - Sand Creek (L1)
September 28th - Morenci (W4)
October 5th - Ottawa Lake Whiteford (W4)
October 12th - Britton-Deerfield (L1)
October 19th - Clinton (W2)

Ottawa Lake Whiteford Bobcats 2012 Football Schedule

The Bobcats finished the 2011 season with a 4-5 record.

* Represents non Tri-County Conference game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Blissfield* (L5)
August 31st - Erie Mason* (L3)
September 7th - Adrian Madison (W31)
September 14th - Sand Creek (L1)
September 21st - Clinton (L9)
September 28th - Britton-Deerfield (W1)
October 5th - Petersburg-Summerfield (L4)
October 12th - Whitmore Lake (W3)
October 19th - Morenci (L2)

Morenci Bulldogs 2012 Football Schedule

Morenci finished 2011 with a 5-5 record.  The Bulldogs were eliminated by Pittsford 20-7.

* Represents non Tri-County Conference game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th @ Adrian Lenawee Christian*
August 30th - Hudson* (L10)
September 7th @ Britton-Deerfield (L1)
September 14th - Whitmore Lake (W2)
September 21st @ Adrian Madison (W2)
September 28th - Petersburg Summerfield (L4)
October 5th - Sand Creek (L2)
October 12th @ Clinton (W1)
October 19th - Ottawa Lake Whiteford (W2)

Clinton Redskins 2012 Football Schedule

Clinton finished the 2011 season with a 4-5 record.

* Represents non Tri-County Conference game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Manchester* (L5)
August 30th @ Blissfield* (L1)
September 7th - Sand Creek (L2)
September 14th @ Britton-Deerfield (W1)
September 21st @ Ottawa Lake Whiteford (W9)
September 28th - Adrian Madison (W11)
October 5th @ Whitmore Lake (W3)
October 12th - Morenci (L1)
October 19th @ Petersburg Summerfield (L2)

Britton-Deerfield Patriots 2012 Football Schedule

In Britton-Deerfield's first season the Patriots finished with a 6-4 record but were knocked out of the playoffs by Detroit Loyola 44-14.

* Represents non Tri-County Conference game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Jonesville*
September 1st @ Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes*
September 7th - Morenci (W1)
September 14th - Clinton (L1)
September 21st @ Whitmore Lake (W1)
September 28th - Ottawa Lake Whiteford (L1)
October 5th @ Adrian Madison (W1)
October 12th - Petersburg Summerfield (W1)
October 19th @ Sand Creek (L1)

Adrian Madison Trojans 2012 Football Schedule

Adrian Madison finished the 2011 season with a 1-8 record.  It is the second year in a row the Trojans finished 1-8.

* Represents non Tri-County Conference game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Camden-Frontier* (W3)
August 30th @ Bellevue*
September 7th - Ottawa Lake Whiteford (L31)
September 14th @ Petersburg Summerfield (L3)
September 21st - Morenci (L2)
September 28th @ Clinton (L11)
October 5th - Britton-Deerfield (L1)
October 12th @ Sand Creek (L2)
October 19th - Whitmore Lake (L3)

Ypsilanti Lincoln Railsplitters 2012 Football Schedule

The Ypsilanti Lincoln Railsplitters finished the 2011 season with a 6-4 record but were knocked out of the first round by Wyandotte Roosevelt 28-21.  2011 was the first season that the Railsplitters ever qualified for the playoffs.


* Represents Southeastern Conference-White game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Belleville (W2)
August 31st - Ann Arbor Huron (W1)
September 7th - Ann Arbor Skyline
September 14th - Tecumseh* (W1)
September 21st - Dexter* (W1)
September 28th - Chelsea* (L14)
October 5th - Adrian* (W1)
October 12th - Ypsilanti* (W1)
October 19th - Milan (L12)

Ypsilanti Phoenix 2012 Football Schedule

Ypsilanti finished the 2011 season with a 2-7 record.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-White game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Milan (W1)
August 31st - Saline (W3)
September 7th - Monroe (L2)
September 14th - Chelsea* (L4)
September 21st - Tecumseh* (L1)
September 28th - Adrian* (L9)
October 5th - Dexter* (L3)
October 12th - Ypsilanti Lincoln* (L1)
October 19th - Monroe Saint Mary Catholic Central

Tecumseh Indians 2012 Football Schedule

Tecumseh finished the 2011 season with a 2-7 record.  It is the third season in a row Tecumseh finished 2-7.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-White game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th @ Monroe Jefferson (L3)
August 31st @ Grandville Calvin Christian
September 7th - Ann Arbor Huron (L2)
September 14th @ Ypsilanti Lincoln* (L1)
September 21st @ Ypsilanti* (W1)
September 28th - Dexter* (L2)
October 5th @ Chelsea* (L3)
October 12th - Adrian* (L9)
October 19th @ Carleton Airport (L8)

Dexter Dreadnaughts 2012 Football Schedule

Dexter finished the 2011 season with a 3-6 record.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-White game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Fowlerville (W1)
August 31st - Ann Arbor Skyline (L1)
September 7th - Ann Arbor Pioneer (L3)
September 14th - Adrian* (L12)
September 21st - Ypsilanti Lincoln* (L1)
September 28th - Tecumseh* (W2)
October 5th - Ypsilanti* (W3)
October 12th - Chelsea* (L16)
October 19th - Jackson Northwest

Chelsea Bulldogs 2012 Football Schedule

Chelsea finished the 2011 season with an 8-3 record. Chelsea eliminated Riverview from the playoffs before losing to divisional opponent, Adrian, 34-14.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-White game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Jackson Lumen Christi (L1)
August 31st - East Lansing (L2)
September 7th - Temperance Bedford (W7)
September 14th - Ypsilanti* (W4)
September 21st - Adrian* (L1)
September 28th - Ypsilanti Lincoln* (W14)
October 5th - Tecumseh* (W3)
October 12th - Dexter* (W16)
October 19th - Haslett (L3)

Adrian Maples 2012 Football Schedule

Adrian finished the 2011 season with a 7-5 record.  The Maples eliminated Carleton Airport and Chelsea in the playoffs before losing to Battle Creek Harper Creek 45-13.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-White game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Carleton Airport (W1)
August 30th - Fenton
September 7th @ Saline (W1)
September 14th - Dexter* (W12)
September 21st - Chelsea* (W1)
September 28th @ Ypsilanti* (W9)
October 5th - Ypsilanti Lincoln* (L1)
October 12th @ Tecumseh* (W9)
October 19th @ Traverse City West (L1)

Temperance Bedford Mules 2012 Football Schedule

Temperance Bedford finished the 2011 season with a 7-4 record.  Temperance Bedford eliminated Brighton before being eliminated by Ann Arbor Pioneer, 35-10.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Utica Ford
August 31st - Toledo Central Catholic (L1)
September 7th - Chelsea (L7)
September 14th - Ann Arbor Huron* (W4)
September 21st - Saline* (W4)
September 28th - Ann Arbor Pioneer* (L2)
October 5th - Ann Arbor Skyline* (W2)
October 12th - Monroe* (W3)
October 19th - Monroe Jefferson (L1)

Saline Hornets 2012 Football Schedule

Saline finished the 2011 season with a 4-5 record.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Walled Lake Western (L1)
August 31st - Ypsilanti (W2)
September 7th - Adrian (L1)
September 14th - Ann Arbor Pioneer* (L1)
September 21st - Temperance Bedford* (L4)
September 28th - Monroe* (L3)
October 5th - Ann Arbor Huron* (W2)
October 12th - Ann Arbor Skyline* (W2)
October 19th - Novi (L1)

Monroe Trojans 2012 Football Schedule

Monroe finished the 2011 season with a 7-3 record.  The Trojans were eliminated by Ann Arbor Pioneer in the first round of the playoffs by the score of 28-6.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Detroit Southeastern (W1)
August 31st - Lansing Sexton (W2)
September 7th - Ypsilanti (W2)
September 14th - Ann Arbor Skyline* (W2)
September 21st - Ann Arbor Huron* (W4)
September 28th - Saline* (W3)
October 5th - Ann Arbor Pioneer* (L6)
October 12th - Temperance Bedford* (L3)
October 19th - Dearborn Fordson (W1)

Ann Arbor Skyline Eagles 2012 Football Schedule

Skyline completed their second season in 2011 with a 3-6 record.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Hartland (W1)
August 31st - Dexter (W1)
September 7th - Ypsilanti Lincoln
September 14th - Monroe* (L2)
September 21st - Ann Arbor Pioneer* (L2)
September 28th - Ann Arbor Huron* (W1)
October 5th - Temperance Bedford* (L2)
October 12th - Saline* (L2)
October 19th - Dearborn (L2)

Ann Arbor Pioneer Pioneers 2012 Football Schedule

Ann Arbor Pioneer finished the 2011 season with a 9-3 record.  The Pioneers would eliminate SEC Red opponents: Monroe and Temperance Bedford in the playoffs before falling to Catholic Central 21-0.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - De La Salle (L1)
August 31st - Brother Rice (L1)
September 7th - Dexter (W3)
September 14th - Saline* (W1)
September 21st - Ann Arbor Skyline* (W2)
September 28th - Temperance Bedford* (W2)
October 5th - Monroe* (W6)
October 12th - Ann Arbor Huron* (W10)
October 19th - Livonia Franklin (W1)

Ann Arbor Huron River Rats 2012 Football Schedule

The Ann Arbor Huron River Rats finished the 2011 season with a 1-8 record.

* Represents Southeastern Conference-Red game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Plymouth Salem (L1)
August 31st - Ypsilanti Lincoln (L1)
September 7th - Tecumseh (W2)
September 14th - Temperance Bedford* (L4)
September 21st - Monroe* (L4)
September 28th - Ann Arbor Skyline* (L1)
October 5th - Saline* (L2)
October 12th - Ann Arbor Pioneer* (L10)
October 19th - Westland Glenn

Southfield-Lathrup Chargers 2012 Football Schedule

Southfield-Lathrup finished the 2011 season with a 2-7 record.  It was the second year in a row that the Chargers finished with a 2-7 record.

* Represents non Oakland Activities Association-White game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 24th - Pontiac (L2)
August 31st - Oak Park (L1)
September 7th - Farmington (L2)
September 14th - Rochester Adams (L11)
September 21st - North Farmington (W2)
September 28th - Farmington Hills Harrison (L2)
October 5th - Oxford (L2)
October 12th - Southfield (L8)
October 19th - Open*

Southfield Bluejays 2012 Football Schedule

Southfield finished the 2011 season with a 8-4 record.  The Bluejays would eliminate Birmingham Groves and Farmington before getting knocked out by Brother Rice 16-6.

* Represents non Oakland Activities Association-White game
(W#) or (L#) Represents the winning or losing streak against that opponent.


August 25th - Detroit Martin Luther King at Wayne State*
August 31st - Farmington (W2)
September 7th @ North Farmington (W2)
September 14th - Oak Park (W2)
September 21st @ Farmington Hills Harrison (L2)
September 28th - Oxford (L1)
October 5th @ Rochester Adams (W1)
October 12th @ Southfield-Lathrup (W8)
October 19th - Open*