Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Byron 2012 Football Preview


2012 ScheduleSchedule
School Mascot Name: Eagles
2011 Record: 7-3
Division: Genesee Area Conference - Blue
2012's Expected Division for Playoffs: Division 6
Record Last 10 seasons: 48-46




Coach: Dave Richardson
Coaching Experience12th year as head varsity coach in Byron and 11 years as a junior varsity coach in Byron
Coaching StaffMatt Nastally – Assistant Coach and Byron Shartzer – Defensive Coordinator

Key Returners:

Hunter Taylor (Captain) - Senior
-5’11” 220 pounds
Hunter will play his 3rd year on the varsity this season. He is one of our best athletes on the
team. He will make the move from defensive end to middle linebacker. Hunter will also anchor the offensive
line.

Seth Olrich (Captain) Senior
-5’8” 185 pounds
-This is Seth’s third year on the varsity. He will make the move from outside linebacker to
safety on defense and offensively he will play multiple positions from running back to slot receiver.

Jordon Coffee – Senior
-5’10” 165 pounds
-This is Jordon’s third season on the varsity. He started as our slot receiver last year and as a
corner on defense. Jordon is the fastest player that I have ever coached. He returns to the team as our second leading receiver (655 yards). Jordon has worked very hard in the off season and will challenge for the starting quarterback position. Jordon will be one of the most dynamic players in our conference and the area this fall on both sides of the ball.

Alex Caron - Senior
-6’1:” 175 pounds.
-Alex will play his third year on the varsity this season. He will be one of our main targets on
offense to throw to and will play corner back on defense. Alex will be counted on to step up and take a leadership role and be a dominate player in our league.

Sawyer Fultz – Senior
-6’1” 175 pounds
-Sawyer will see his first action as a game player for Byron this fall due to transferring, but his
senior leadership and knowledge of football he will make an immediate impact on our program. Sawyer will also challenge for the starting quarterback position and as a slot receiver. He is a great route runner and will catch anything that is thrown in his direction. Sawyer will also be an impact player in our defensive secondary.

Jacob Guile - Senior
-5’9” 230 pounds
-Jacob will play his second year on the varsity. He will be our center on offensive and play the 3
technique defensive tackle. Jacob is one of the strongest players in our program.

Adam Wilsdon – Senior
-6’0” 195 pounds
- Adam will start at defensive end where he played every down last year and he will challenge
for one of our slot receiver positions on offense. Adam is a tireless worker in the weight room.

Nathan Philburn – Junior
-6’2” 195 pounds
-Nathan will be playing his 2nd year on the varsity as our right outside linebacker. He is a
tremendous athlete and will work offensively at one of the slot receiver positions. His size and aggressive style of play will make him a force on the defensive side of the ball.

Joel Lanning – Junior
6’2” 235 pounds
-Joel played every snap last season as our left tackle and will be asked to contribute more on the
defensive side of the ball as a defensive tackle or defensive end. Joel has worked extremely hard in the off season to improve his strength and speed.

Dustin Blom – Junior (captain)
-6’1” 215 pounds
Dustin was our main ball carrier last season with 695 yards rushing. He will be asked to be more
involved in our passing game along with his ability to run the ball. Dustin increased his weight in the offseason while improving his speed. He will be the second fastest player on our team. Dustin will also be involved on the defensive side of the ball as a defensive end or outside linebacker.

Jacob Sakowiak – Senior
-5’11” 220 pounds
- After starting late last season and finishing the season as our starting outside linebacker Jake
will be asked to get involved in the offense more this season. He has a great ability to catch the ball and coupled with his size and speed will create problems for defenses to defend.

Andrew Wiggins – Junior
-5’8” 160 pounds
-This will be Andrew’s second year on the varsity. He will be our outside threat as a receiver.
Andrew has the ability to catch the ball and be an elusive runner with the ball after he catches it. He runs great routes and is a tireless worker in the weight room. His bench press max has improved (255 pounds) over the offseason to the point that he will be hard to bring down when he catches the ball.

Daniel Stolhn
-6’2” 205 pounds
-Daniel will make his biggest contribution to our team this fall in the defensive backfield. His
ability to run and his size could make him one of the best corner backs in our conference. Daniel will also be a contributor to all our special teams.

Seth Hillaker – Senior
-6’1” 175 pounds
-Seth will be in the mix for our starting safety position and as a wide receiver. His ability to
jump and his toughness will make him a valuable asset to our team.

Key Newcomers:

Hunter Dalianus-Turner
-6’1” 195 pounds.
-Hunter is new to our program and has set the example for hard work in the weight room. He
will make an immediate impact on the defensive line as a defensive end or tackle where he can utilize his speed and also on the offensive line where his strength and agility will be a great addition to our program.

Dustin Hendershot
-5’11” 225 pounds
-Dustin has put in the work in the offseason to give him the chance to be player on the offensive
line. His increase in speed and quickness along with his toughness will help him be an immediate contributor to our offensive line.


Nathan Foster – Sophomore Running back/outside linebacker
Wyatt Beard – sophomore receiver/defensive safety
Charlie Gieger-Smith – sophomore offensive/defensive lineman.



Key Losses: Gavin Shepard – Captain – Receiver (965 yards receiving), Taylor Lehner – Captain – Offensive Lineman/Def. Lineman, and AJ Morely – Quarterback (2400 yards passing).




Season OutlookThis group has committed to improving in the weight room. This will be the strongest team that I can remember. With the experience that we have on the team this year and the work that the players have put in this off season this group has laid the ground work to challenge for the league championship.




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End of July 2012 Michigan HS Football Update

In the past, if you recall before my merger last July, I did these updates weekly.  I would provide news of players who were offered, committed, articles, and basically anything related to Michigan High School Football.  This is the first update I have done since then, for those of you who follow me on Twitter @TheD_Zone you know I basically have big news every week, sometimes numerous big news during a week.  For this July update, I'll try to cover as much as possible.









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Dowagiac Union 2012 Football Preview


2012 Schedule
Schedule
School Mascot Name: Chieftans
2011 Record: 10-2
Division: Wolverine-B-South
2012's Expected Division for Playoffs: Division 5
Record Last 10 seasons: 62-38




Coach: Mike Stanger
Head Coaching Experience: 10 years

Assistant Coaching StaffPat Lyle, Andy Crawley, Brent Hatch, Matt Alward, Kyle Belew, Kyle Johnson, Chad Perrin, Mark Howkins, and Steve Juroff.
Captains: TBD
Returning Starters on Offense: 7
Returning Starters on Defense: 7
Returning Key PlayersBrent Scanlon Sr. Kicker/LB/QB, DJ Hunt Sr. LB/FB, Todd McIntyre Sr. DB/RB, Derek Stark Sr. DB/RB, Brendon Murray Sr. DB/RB, Carl Grant Jr. DE/TE, Mike Magin Sr. OL, Logan Polomcak Sr. OL/DL, and Dallas Hale SR. DL/OL.
Upcoming Players
Team Strength(s) for 2012: We should have good team strength. We should also have experience with 14 returning starters.
Biggest Shoes To Fill In 2012Dontrell Tucker, Grant Hatch, Sam Courtney, George Robinson, Logan Pellow, and Matt Dodd.
2012 Season Outlook: We are going to continue to work to improve each day of practice. We are going to take it one game at a time. Our goal is improve on our 10-2, 2011 season.

3 Michigan Teams in Rivals Preseason Top 100

Rivals.com has slowly been releasing their 2012 Top 100 teams in the Country the past few weeks.  After anxiously waiting for all the Michigan teams to be ranked, it's time to share their opinion.

This is one of the first times in rankings history that a Michigan team is ranked above a High School from the state of Ohio.

The countdown featured 10 teams a day at 2 different different periods.  In the first ranking, 96-100,  the De La Salle Pilots were selected as #98 in the country.  As Rivals mentions in every sentence, the Pilots big player is quarterback Shane Morris.  The Pilots will be bringing in a whole new group of receivers who have transferred in but lost most of their offensive line to graduation.

Click here to view the page written on De La Salle


It wasn't long after DLS was ranked that Catholic League - Central opponent, Brother Rice was also ranked in the top 100.  The Warriors clocked in at #74 and #2 in Michigan.  This one is probably hit square on the head, as Brother Rice is likely everyone's #2 team in the whole entire state for the 2012 season.  The Warriors lost their top player from last season in Devin Church but Junior RB, Brian Walker will be expected to fill his shoe's as well as a passing attack led by Senior QB, Cheyne Lacanaria.  Brother Rice won the Division 2 last season, after big wins against Harrison and King during the state finals.

Click here to view the page written on Brother Rice

At #43 in the country is Cass Tech.  The Technicians won the Division 1 state in 2011 with a dominating win against Catholic Central.  Cass Tech lost quite a bit of Seniors from Class of 2012 but the Technicians had underclassmen step up last season and pushed Seniors to the bench or 2nd string.  As another national media member told me last week, "Cass Tech is the easiest selection at #1 in the state, that I ever chose from past rankings."  The Technicians must be prepared to defend their title, as they have huge games against; Brother Rice, Orchard Lake Saint Mary, and the PSL Championship.

Click here to view the page written on Cass Tech




So I know you are asking yourself, what do I think of these rankings.  The answer will be revealed in the upcoming weeks if this is my top 3 or what not.  Before the season I will be releasing my Preseason 30/30 rankings, just like last season.

Monday, July 30, 2012

Dominick Hamilton of Cass Tech commits to Akron

Today Cass Tech's Class of 2013 Center / Offensive Lineman Dominick Hamilton verbally committed to the Akron Zips.  Akron was one of two others schools to offer Hamilton as of July.  After a month since receiving the offer, Hamilton committed to Akron.  Today Hamilton was able to comment on his decision.

Click here to view an interview done with Hamilton in May



Position (s): Center and Nose Guard
Height & Weight: Height: 6'3 Weight: 297
First Game Started: The game against Central.
Pre-game Traditions: Listen to Queen or Journey and then I do a prayer.
Athlete you try building your game around: Michael Oher




The D - Zone - How does it feel committing to the Akron University?

Dominick Hamilton - "It feels good to commit to Akron."



The D - Zone - What stands out the most about Akron?

Dominick Hamilton - "The coaching staff stands out a lot."



The D - Zone - What have you enjoyed the most while visiting the campus?

Dominick Hamilton - "I enjoyed meeting the head coach and see the new practice and game fields they put in."



The D - Zone - What do the Akron coaches, like about the way you play?

Dominick Hamilton - "They like that I am an aggressive run blocker with good hands."



The D - Zone - When the Akron coaches found out you committed, how was their excitement level and what did they say to you?

Dominick Hamilton - "They were excited because they really wanted me there."



The D - Zone - Are you familiar with any players on the Akron Zips roster?

Dominick Hamilton - "No I'm not familiar with the Akron roster but hopefully I can bring my boy Daquan Pace there and build a winning dynasty."



The D - Zone - What's in store for your future leading up to Signing Day?

Dominick Hamilton - "Truthfully I don't know whats in store for me, I just hope the offers keep pouring in."



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2012 Football Previews

These Previews which were filled out by the school's coaches will be released throughout the month of August.  If you are a coach and haven't submitted a preview, please click on this link to do so.  This page will be updated regularly so please Bookmark or Favorite this page.




Blanchard Montabella 2012 Football Preview

2012 ScheduleSchedule 
School Mascot Name: Mustangs
2011 Record: 9-2
Division: Mid-State-South
2012's Expected Division for Playoffs: Division 7
Record Last 10 seasons: 45




Coach: David Clay
Head Coaching Experience: 5

Assistant Coaching StaffCam Gatrell, Dave Chatman, and Gary Davidson
Returning Starters on Offense: 4
Returning Starters on Defense: 4
Returning Key Players:
Logan Burns returns as a starting RB and also LB.
Derek Martin returns as a RB and DB
Tyler house had conference recognition last season and returns on the O-line.
Travis Hanke is a young DT to watch this season.
Upcoming Players
Teams Rival: Vestaburg
Team Strength(s) for 2012: We will be very physical on offense and defense. Our team strength and speed will be the best it has been in recent memory. We return 2 starting running backs from last season and also 2 offensive lineman that had conference honors. The defensive and offensive lines will be our biggest asset with a good mix of size, strength and speed.
Biggest Shoes To Fill In 2012Jemikal Papendick - WR, Charlie Helmer - QB, Travis Dunn- LB, and Jeramee Gilman - DE
2012 Season Outlook: We will have a very physical and fast team. We are very young however and our success will depend on how quickly our young players get used to the varsity level. If we can learn quickly, another playoff bound season is not out of the question.


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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

2011 Division 1-8 Ranges

Below is a list of the enrollment numbers from the playoff teams and the ranges.  To start off, Eisenhower is the highest enrolled school with 2,825 students while Detroit Westside Christian is the lowest enrolled schools with 69 students.



Division 1:
Highest Enrolled - Eisenhower (#1) - 2,825
Lowest Enrolled - De La Salle (#67) - 1,594


Division 2:
Highest Enrolled - Grosse Pointe South (#68) - 1,593
Lowest Enrolled - Marquette (#148) - 1,131


Division 3:
Highest Enrolled - Kenowa Hills (#149) - 1,130
Lowest Enrolled - Hastings (#223) - 864


Division 4:
Highest Enrolled - Escanaba (#226) - 855
Lowest Enrolled - Remus Chippewa Hills (#302) - 595


Division 5:
Highest Enrolled: Portland (#305) - 591
Lowest Enrolled: Hemlock (#370) - 471


Division 6:
Highest Enrolled: Oakridge (#372) - 466
Lowest Enrolled: McBain (#449) - 357


Division 7:
Highest Enrolled: Watervilet (#451) - 354
Lowest Enrolled: Harbor Beach (#522) - 260


Division 8:
Highest Enrolled: Merrill (#523) - 256
Lowest Enrolled: Detroit Westside Christian (#609) - 69



Division 1: 1-67
Division 2: 68-148
Division 3: 149-223
Division 4: 224-302
Division 5: 303-370
Division 6: 371-449
Division 7: 450-522
Division 8: 523-609



Source

Interview with Michigan Collegiate Women's Basketball Coach Ricardo Brown

Name: Coach Ricardo Brown

School: Michigan Collegiate 





Sean Daniels / The D - Zone - With girls basketball being underrated as a coach do you feel any pressure to help put girls basketball on the map?

Ricardo Brown - " Most definitely, being involved in girls basketball, coaching at a small school you want to put the best product on the court not just to represent Michigan Collegiate but Michigan High School basketball as a whole."

 

Sean Daniels / The D - Zone -  What made you want to coach girls basketball and not the men’s side of high school hoops?

Ricardo Brown - "I started off wanting to coach boys but opportunity lied in coaching girls and I will probably stay on this side. Girls take pride in learning the game and becoming better while boys sometime feel as though they know everything and try to duplicate the NBA more-so than learn the game and become better."

 

Sean Daniels / The D - Zone -  At any time do you wish that your girls could throw alley oops or flush down a dunk?

Ricardo Brown - "Of course, if they could that would make me a popular man within girls basketball. It would bring mass attention to the school as well as bringing more excitement to women's basketball, and eventually a girl from my tutelage will be able to dunk."



Sean Daniels / The D - Zone -  What is your goal as a girls basketball coach?

Ricardo Brown - "As far as this year goes, my goal is to beat our rival Chandler Park Academy on January 4th and win our conference also, winning districts and regional’s. Long term however, I want to create a winning attitude for all girls that play at Michigan Collegiate and instill tools that can help these young ladies throughout their life."



Sean Daniels / The D - Zone -  As Bob Hurley Sr., famed head coach of St. Anthony’s mens basketball in New Jersey, has elected to stay at the high school level is your goal or do you have ambition to move to the higher levels if possible?

Ricardo Brown - "As of now I plan on being Michigan Collegiate’s girls varsity head coach and coaching these girls to become the best they can be. Eventually, if opportunity knocks I would love to coach on the next level as would any coach."



Sean Daniels / The D - Zone -  Favorite Basketball Moment? 



Ricardo Brown - "Michael Jordan Flu game, he showed that all ailments and obstacles shouldn’t defer you from helping your team get a win and playing to the best of your capabilities."



Sean Daniels / The D - Zone -  Favorite Female Player? 



Ricardo Brown - "Angel McCoughtry, she plays with a fire and a passion to win, she gives all out aggression and effort. Her motor never stops and that’s something I want to instill in the girls that play here for Michigan Collegiate."



Sean Daniels / The D - Zone -  Favorite Women’s Basketball Moment? 



Ricardo Brown - "Teresa Weatherspoon’s half court buzzer beater in the 1999 WNBA Finals against the Houston Rockets to win game 2."




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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

The First Gridiron Classic 2012

Newly remodeled Eisenhower helmet.


As rumors have circled around the Oakland and Macomb Counties for months that there would be two games at Ford Field in week 2 of the upcoming football season.  There has finally been some clarification and solid verification.

At Ford Field, which is home to the Detroit Lions on Friday, August 31st there will be a doubleheader.  The first game is between Lake Orion (Division 1 State Champs in 2010) against Troy Athens at 5:45.

The second game is between Eisenhower and Henry Ford II, the two MAC Red opponents will kickoff at 8:15, following the conclusions of the Lake Orion and Athens game.

Athens and Lake Orion play against one another in the OAA Red while Eisenhower and Henry Ford II play in the MAC Red.

The event is sponsored by Compton Strategies who has executed these type of events but from Indianapolis.  More information will be provided in the future but you will need to follow @TheD_Zone on Twitter to see it first.

Tickets will be set at $10.00 in advance.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Da'Vaun Williams - 2013 QB

Being the son of a coach and playing quarterback for a powerhouse football school usually comes with tremendous pressure, but senior QB Da'Vaun Williams of Detroit King has handled it well. A two sport athlete at King which includes baseball, he is entering his senior year of high school and his third year as the signal caller for King, and holds an offer so far from Northwood University. A dual-threat QB, Williams will have to and is more than capable of stepping up for King this season, as well as some others, with the departure of workhorse RB Dennis Norfleet to Michigan. He helped lead the Crusaders to the state semi-finals last season before falling to eventual champion Brother Rice. King opens the season against Southfield High at The Prep Kickoff Classic at Wayne State August 25th, and is built to make another run at a PSL title and state title. He talks to me about the upcoming season, his recruitment and even their rivalry with Cass Tech.




Position: QB
Ht: 6'2" Wt: 215
First game ever played or started: In high school my 9th grade year I started at QB at South Lake.
Most memorable game: My sophomore year playing against Southeastern, I went 14-16 for 200+ yards and 3 touchdowns.
Pregame and Postgame Traditions: I really don't do anything, I just go out there and win and keep winning and always have.
Athlete: Aaron Rodgers because he tries to be perfect, he wants to win, and he never feels it is enough until he gets the championship, also my attitude and work ethic is like Ray Lewis's, relentless.



Branden Hunter / The D - Zone - How disheartening was the loss to Brother Rice in the state playoffs last season?

Da'Vaun Williams - "Man 1 point really hurt. To be that close and we just couldn't come through in the end. We had a good run, but that's not what we wanted, and we are not satisfied."



Branden Hunter / The D - Zone - As the QB and leader of the team, what are some of your expectations for this year's King football team?

Da'Vaun Williams - "My expectations are to be the best at all times, not just individually but together. I tell my team it takes every person on the team to win, not just one. Everyone has a part that they have to accomplish in order to win and become champions."



Branden Hunter / The D - Zone - You don't play rival Cass Tech in the regular season this year, how do you feel about that considering the history of the rivalry, and who else on the schedule are you all looking forward to playing?

Da'Vaun Williams - "My mind is on Southfield. I have to take it one week at a time. I don't agree with not having them on our schedule, but I have to move on. We will see them when we see them. I have bigger things on my mind then CASS, like a championship."



Branden Hunter / The D - Zone - What was it like playing with Dennis Norfleet for 3 seasons and who else besides yourself and standouts Mycial Allen and Leon Alexander should we look out for on King this year?

Da'Vaun Williams - "I've known him since I was little. He is like an older brother to me, and kept me going with his high energy. He was a great player for us beginning to end. Also look out for CB Robert Wallace, LB's Savon Thomas and Carl Fuller."



Branden Hunter / The D - Zone - How has your recruitment been going, and who has offered or is showing interest?

Da'Vaun Williams - "Northwood offered me and a lot of Division-2 and NAIA schools are showing interest. I just came back from Northern Illinois over the weekend."



Branden Hunter / The D - Zone - Are there any particular school(s) that you are interested in attending?

Da'Vaun Williams - "No, whoever gives me the most money to go to school and play football for."



Branden Hunter / The D - Zone - If you weren't playing football, what sport would you play and why?

Da'Vaun Williams - "Baseball, I've been playing that the longest and I love it like I love football."



Branden Hunter / The D - Zone - What skills have you been working on this offseason to improve on your game?

Da'Vaun Williams - "Consistency with my footwork and getting faster."



Branden Hunter / The D - Zone - How have your coaches at King influenced you as a young man, student and football player?

Da'Vaun Williams - "They have kept me on the right path throughout my years at King. They preach that without education nothing is possible unless you have the grades, and I love them for that. I have a 3.6 GPA and I scored a 21 on my ACT, and they say the higher you are in school the more you set yourself up for greatness in the future."


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Friday, July 20, 2012

Interview with Former Eisenhower QB - Joe Youngblood

The Eisenhower Eagles are known as one of the top programs in the state of Michigan and certainly one of the most respected schools in the state.  The Eagles have consistently done well since opening in 1970 but the Eagles would begin to breakout into an elite team during the 80's.  Toward the ends of the 80's, quarterback, Joe Youngblood emerged as a big time threat for the Eagles.  Youngblood in 1988 became the Macomb County player of the year, helped Eisenhower win it's first MAC Red title, and lifted the Eagles into the Semi-Final Game.  Youngblood would go on to star at Central Michigan University, where Youngblood broke several quarterback records.  Joe Youngblood was able to take sometime and talk about some his previous experiences.




The D - Zone - What was your favorite game that you played in while at Eisenhower and what were some other memorable moments?

Joe Youngblood - "Beating Stevenson my senior year was the best moment of my high school career. Losing to Catholic Central was a great memory although we lost, so close to the Dome!!"


The D - Zone - What kind of impact did playing for Eisenhower and Coach Bob Lantzy have on you?

Joe Youngblood - "Coach Lantzy was a great coach and we all looked up to him. I will never forget how Coach Lantzy treated every player on the team with great respect. The players who rarely got to play he always pointed them out in practice for doing something good to help the team."

The D - Zone - Your Eisenhower years have brought you many accolades, the two big ones are, Macomb County Player of the Year in 1988 and having your number retired, looking back at it, what does that mean to you?

Joe Youngblood - "Having my number retired was one of the best memories I will always have from playing football. Eisenhower has a great football program and to have the number retired was such a honor."


The D - Zone - When you signed with Central Michigan in 1989, what stood out the most about the Chippewa's and which other schools were you considering?

Joe Youngblood - "When I was being recruited I always wanted to go to Michigan State but they didn't offer, sometimes things work out for the best. I had to decide between Central Michigan, Western Michigan, Toldeo and Eastern Michigan. When I visited Central I knew it was the place for me."


The D - Zone - What was the experience like of playing at Central Michigan?

Joe Youngblood - "Playing football at CMU was just a great experience. All the friends I made, great coaches and the overall College experience. Coach Deromedi was such a class act and a man who was so honest and loyal to all his players. Five years I will never forget."


The D - Zone - How did you transition from your last game of football played to moving onto something new?

Joe Youngblood - "After CMU I tried out for two CFL teams and had a chance to play overseas but decided to move on with my life here in Shelby Township. The first few years were tough playing the game I loved every Fall since I was nine but over time I realized football wasn't everything. All the years of football prepared me for the game of life."


The D - Zone - How have you seen the game of football change since you played in high school?

Joe Youngblood - "The College game has changed quite a bit since I left CMU. Now you will see teams throw 40-50 times a game without much defense. That is the kind of offense I would have loved to play in!!"


The D - Zone - Now you are apart of Next Level Football Training, can you talk a little bit about the mission and goals for this?

Joe Youngblood - "The Next Level Football training I am working with is helping prepare the athletes who want to get to the next level. The most important thing is getting ready to play high school....which will be the best memories of your playing days!! Not many High School players will get to play in College but our training will help give them the best opportunities." www.nextlevelfootballtraining.com

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

583 Michigan High School Football Teams in 2012



  1. Addison
  2. Adrian
  3. Adrian Lenawee Christian
  4. Adrian Madison
  5. Albion
  6. Algonac
  7. Allegan
  8. Allen Park
  9. Allen Park Cabrini
  10. Allendale
  11. Alma
  12. Almont
  13. Alpena
  14. Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard
  15. Ann Arbor Huron
  16. Ann Arbor Pioneer
  17. Ann Arbor Skyline
  18. Armada
  19. Ashley
  20. Athens
  21. Atlanta
  22. Auburn Hills Avondale
  23. Auburn Hills Oakland Christian
  24. AuGres-Sims
  25. Bad Axe
  26. Baldwin
  27. Bangor
  28. Baraga
  29. Bark River-Harris
  30. Bath
  31. Battle Creek Central
  32. Battle Creek Harper Creek
  33. Battle Creek Lakeview
  34. Battle Creek Pennfield
  35. Bay City All Saints
  36. Bay City Central
  37. Bay City John Glenn
  38. Bay City Western
  39. Beal City
  40. Beaverton
  41. Belding
  42. Belleville
  43. Bellevue
  44. Benton Harbor
  45. Benzie Central
  46. Berkley
  47. Berrien Springs
  48. Bessemer
  49. Big Rapids
  50. Big Rapids Crossroads Academy
  51. Birch Run
  52. Birmingham Brother Rice
  53. Birmingham Groves
  54. Birmingham Seaholm
  55. Blanchard Montabella
  56. Blissfield
  57. Bloomfield Hills Andover
  58. Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood
  59. Bloomfield Hills Lahser
  60. Bloomingdale
  61. Boyne City
  62. Breckenridge
  63. Brethren
  64. Bridgeport
  65. Bridgman
  66. Brighton
  67. Britton Deerfield
  68. Bronson
  69. Brooklyn Columbia Central
  70. Brown City
  71. Brownstown Woodhaven
  72. Buchanan
  73. Burton Atherton
  74. Burton Bendle
  75. Burton Bentley
  76. Byron Area
  77. Byron Center
  78. Cadillac
  79. Caledonia
  80. Calumet
  81. Camden-Frontier
  82. Canton
  83. Capac
  84. Carleton Airport
  85. Caro
  86. Carrollton
  87. Carson City-Crystal
  88. Cass City
  89. Cassopolis Ross Beatty
  90. Cedar Springs
  91. Center Line
  92. Central Lake
  93. Centreville
  94. Charlevoix
  95. Charlotte
  96. Cheboygan
  97. Chelsea
  98. Chesaning
  99. Clare
  100. Clarkston
  101. Clawson
  102. Climax-Scotts
  103. Clinton
  104. Clinton Township Chippewa Valley
  105. Clinton Township Clintondale
  106. Clio
  107. Coldwater
  108. Coleman
  109. Coloma
  110. Colon
  111. Comstock
  112. Comstock Park
  113. Concord
  114. Constantine
  115. Coopersville
  116. Corunna
  117. Croswell-Lexington
  118. Crystal Falls Forest Park
  119. Dansville
  120. Davison
  121. Dearborn
  122. Dearborn Divine Child
  123. Dearborn Edsel Ford
  124. Dearborn Fordson
  125. Dearborn Heights Annapolis
  126. Dearborn Heights Crestwood
  127. Dearborn Hts Star International
  128. Decatur
  129. Delton Kellogg
  130. Detroit Cass Tech
  131. Detroit Catholic Central
  132. Detroit Central
  133. Detroit Cesar Chavez Academy
  134. Detroit Cody
  135. Detroit Consortium
  136. Detroit Country Day
  137. Detroit Denby
  138. Detroit Douglass
  139. Detroit East English Village Academy Prepatory
  140. Detroit Edison Academy
  141. Detroit Henry Ford
  142. Detroit Loyola
  143. Detroit Martin Luther King
  144. Detroit Mumford
  145. Detroit Northwestern
  146. Detroit Old Redford
  147. Detroit Osborn
  148. Detroit Plymouth Educational Center
  149. Detroit Pershing
  150. Detroit Renaissance
  151. Detroit Southeastern
  152. Detroit U-D Jesuit
  153. Detroit University Prep
  154. Detroit Western International
  155. Detroit Westside Christian
  156. DeWitt
  157. Dexter
  158. Dowagiac
  159. Dryden
  160. Dundee
  161. Durand
  162. East Detroit
  163. East Grand Rapids
  164. East Jackson
  165. East Jordan
  166. East Kentwood
  167. East Lansing
  168. Eaton Rapids
  169. Eau Claire
  170. Ecorse
  171. Edwardsburg
  172. Elk Rapids
  173. Elkton-Pigeon-Bay Port Laker
  174. Erie-Mason
  175. Escanaba
  176. Essexville Garber
  177. Evart
  178. Farmington
  179. Farmington Hills Harrison
  180. Farwell
  181. Fennville
  182. Fenton
  183. Ferndale
  184. Fife Lake Forest Area
  185. Flat Rock
  186. Flint Beecher
  187. Flint Carman-Ainsworth
  188. Flint Hamady
  189. Flint Kearsley
  190. Flint Northern
  191. Flint Northwestern
  192. Flint Powers Catholic
  193. Flint Southwestern
  194. Flushing
  195. Fowler
  196. Fowlerville
  197. Frankenmuth
  198. Frankfort
  199. Fraser
  200. Freeland
  201. Fremont
  202. Fruitport
  203. Fulton
  204. Galesburg-Augusta
  205. Garden City
  206. Gaylord
  207. Gaylord St Mary
  208. Genesee
  209. Gibraltar Carlson
  210. Gladstone
  211. Gladwin
  212. Gobles
  213. Goodrich
  214. Grand Blanc
  215. Grand Haven
  216. Grand Ledge
  217. Grand Rapids Catholic Central
  218. Grand Rapids Christian
  219. Grand Rapids Creston
  220. Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central
  221. Grand Rapids Forest Hills Eastern
  222. Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern
  223. Grand Rapids Kenowa Hills
  224. Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian
  225. Grand Rapids Northview
  226. Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills
  227. Grand Rapids South Christian
  228. Grand Rapids West Catholic
  229. Grandville
  230. Grandville Calvin Christian
  231. Grant
  232. Grass Lake
  233. Grayling
  234. Greenville
  235. Grosse Ile
  236. Grosse Pointe North
  237. Grosse Pointe South
  238. Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett
  239. Gwinn
  240. Hale
  241. Hamilton
  242. Hamtramck
  243. Hancock
  244. Hanover-Horton
  245. Harbor Beach
  246. Harbor Springs
  247. Harper Woods
  248. Harper Woods Chandler Park Academy
  249. Harrison
  250. Harrison Township L'Anse Creuse
  251. Hart
  252. Hartford
  253. Hartland
  254. Haslett
  255. Hastings
  256. Hazel Park
  257. Hemlock
  258. Hesperia
  259. Hillman
  260. Hillsdale
  261. Holland
  262. Holland Christian
  263. Holland West Ottawa
  264. Holly
  265. Holt
  266. Holton
  267. Homer
  268. Hopkins
  269. Houghton
  270. Houghton Lake
  271. Howard City Tri-County
  272. Howell
  273. Hudson
  274. Hudsonville
  275. Hudsonville Unity Christian
  276. Ida
  277. Imlay City
  278. Indian River Inland Lakes
  279. Ionia
  280. Iron Mountain
  281. Iron Mountain North Dickinson
  282. Iron River West Iron County
  283. Ironwood Luther L Wright
  284. Ishpeming
  285. Ishpeming Westwood
  286. Ithaca
  287. Jackson
  288. Jackson Lumen Christi
  289. Jackson Northwest
  290. Jenison
  291. Johannesburg-Lewiston
  292. Jonesville
  293. Kalamazoo Central
  294. Kalamazoo Christian
  295. Kalamazoo Hackett
  296. Kalamazoo Loy Norrix
  297. Kalkaska
  298. Kent City
  299. Kingsford
  300. Kingsley
  301. Laingsburg
  302. Lake City
  303. Lake Fenton
  304. Lake Linden-Hubbell
  305. Lake Odessa Lakewood
  306. Lake Orion
  307. Lakeview
  308. L'Anse
  309. Lansing Catholic
  310. Lansing Eastern
  311. Lansing Everett
  312. Lansing Sexton
  313. Lansing Waverly
  314. Lapeer East
  315. Lapeer West
  316. Lawrence
  317. Lawton
  318. Leroy Pine River
  319. Leslie
  320. Lincoln Alcona
  321. Lincoln Park
  322. Linden
  323. Livonia Churchill
  324. Livonia Clarenceville
  325. Livonia Franklin
  326. Livonia Stevenson
  327. Lowell
  328. Ludington
  329. Lutheran Westland
  330. Macomb Dakota
  331. Macomb L'Anse Creuse North
  332. Macomb Lutheran North
  333. Madison Heights Lamphere
  334. Madison Heights Madison
  335. Mancelona
  336. Manchester
  337. Manistee
  338. Manistee Catholic Central
  339. Manistique
  340. Manton
  341. Maple City Glen Lake
  342. Marcellus
  343. Marine City
  344. Marion
  345. Marlette
  346. Marquette
  347. Marshall
  348. Martin
  349. Marysville
  350. Mason
  351. Mason County Central
  352. Mattawan
  353. Mayville
  354. McBain
  355. Melvindale
  356. Melvindale Academy for Business & Tech
  357. Memphis
  358. Mendon
  359. Menominee
  360. Merrill
  361. Mesick
  362. Michigan Center
  363. Middleville Thornapple Kellogg
  364. Midland
  365. Midland Bullock Creek
  366. Midland Dow
  367. Milan
  368. Milford
  369. Millington
  370. Mio
  371. Monroe
  372. Monroe Jefferson
  373. Monroe St Mary Catholic Central
  374. Montague
  375. Montrose Hill-McCloy
  376. Morenci
  377. Morley Stanwood
  378. Morrice
  379. Mt Clemens
  380. Mt Morris EA Johnson
  381. Mt Pleasant
  382. Mt Pleasant Sacred Heart
  383. Munising
  384. Muskegon
  385. Muskegon Catholic Central
  386. Muskegon Mona Shores
  387. Muskegon Oakridge
  388. Muskegon Orchard View
  389. Muskegon Reeths-Puffer
  390. Napoleon
  391. Negaunee
  392. New Baltimore Anchor Bay
  393. New Boston Huron
  394. New Buffalo
  395. New Haven
  396. New Lothrop
  397. Newaygo
  398. Newberry
  399. Niles
  400. Niles Brandywine
  401. North Adams-Jerome
  402. North Branch
  403. North Farmington
  404. North Muskegon
  405. Northville
  406. Norway
  407. Novi
  408. Oak Park
  409. Ogemaw Heights
  410. Okemos
  411. Olivet
  412. Onaway
  413. Onekama
  414. Onsted
  415. Ontonagon
  416. Orchard Lake St Mary's
  417. Ortonville-Brandon
  418. Oscoda
  419. Otisville LakeVille Memorial
  420. Otsego
  421. Ottawa Lake Whiteford
  422. Ovid-Elsie
  423. Owosso
  424. Oxford
  425. Parchment
  426. Parma Western
  427. Paw Paw
  428. Pellston
  429. Perry
  430. Petersburg-Summerfield
  431. Petoskey
  432. Pewamo-Westphalia
  433. Pickford
  434. Pinckney
  435. Pinconning
  436. Pittsford
  437. Plainwell
  438. Plymouth
  439. Pontiac
  440. Pontiac Notre Dame Prep
  441. Port Huron
  442. Port Huron Northern
  443. Portage Central
  444. Portage Northern
  445. Portland
  446. Potterville
  447. Powers North Central
  448. Quincy
  449. Ravenna
  450. Reading
  451. Redford Thurston
  452. Redford Union
  453. Reed City
  454. Reese
  455. Remus Chippewa Hills
  456. Richland Gull Lake
  457. Richmond
  458. River Rouge
  459. Riverview
  460. Riverview Gabriel Richard
  461. Rochester
  462. Rochester Adams
  463. Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest
  464. Rockford
  465. Rogers City
  466. Romeo
  467. Romulus
  468. Romulus Summit Academy
  469. Roscommon
  470. Roseville
  471. Royal Oak Shrine Catholic
  472. Rudyard
  473. Saginaw
  474. Saginaw Arthur Hill
  475. Saginaw Buena Vista
  476. Saginaw Heritage
  477. Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary
  478. Saginaw Nouvel
  479. Saginaw Swan Valley
  480. Saginaw Valley Lutheran
  481. Salem
  482. Saline
  483. Sand Creek
  484. Sandusky
  485. Sanford Meridian
  486. Saranac
  487. Saugatuck
  488. Sault Ste Marie
  489. Schoolcraft
  490. Shelby
  491. Shepherd
  492. South Haven
  493. South Lyon
  494. South Lyon East
  495. Southfield
  496. Southfield Bradford
  497. Southfield Christian
  498. Southfield-Lathrup
  499. Southgate Anderson
  500. Sparta
  501. Spring Lake
  502. Springport
  503. St Charles
  504. St Clair
  505. St Clair Shores Lake Shore
  506. St Clair Shores Lakeview
  507. St Clair Shores South Lake
  508. St Ignace La Salle
  509. St Johns
  510. St Joseph
  511. St Joseph Lake Michigan Catholic
  512. St Louis
  513. Standish-Sterling Central
  514. Stanton Central Montcalm
  515. Stephenson
  516. Sterling Heights
  517. Sterling Heights Parkway Christian
  518. Sterling Heights Stevenson
  519. Stevensville Lakeshore
  520. Stockbridge
  521. Sturgis
  522. Suttons Bay
  523. Swartz Creek
  524. Tawas Area
  525. Taylor Kennedy
  526. Taylor Truman
  527. Tecumseh
  528. Temperance Bedford
  529. Three Oaks River Valley
  530. Three Rivers
  531. Traverse City Central
  532. Traverse City St Francis
  533. Traverse City West
  534. Trenton
  535. Troy
  536. Troy Athens
  537. Ubly
  538. Union City
  539. Unionville-Sebewaing
  540. Utica
  541. Utica Eisenhower
  542. Utica Ford
  543. Vandercook Lake
  544. Vassar
  545. Vermontville Maple Valley
  546. Vestaburg
  547. Vicksburg
  548. Walled Lake Central
  549. Walled Lake Northern
  550. Walled Lake Western
  551. Warren Cousino
  552. Warren DeLaSalle
  553. Warren Fitzgerald
  554. Warren Lincoln
  555. Warren Michigan Collegiate
  556. Warren Mott
  557. Warren Woods Tower
  558. Waterford Kettering
  559. Waterford Mott
  560. Waterford Our Lady
  561. Watervliet
  562. Wayland Union
  563. Wayne Memorial
  564. Webberville
  565. West Bloomfield
  566. Westland John Glenn
  567. White Cloud
  568. White Lake Lakeland
  569. White Pigeon
  570. Whitehall
  571. Whitmore Lake
  572. Whittemore-Prescott
  573. Williamston
  574. Wyandotte Roosevelt
  575. Wyoming Kelloggsville
  576. Wyoming Lee
  577. Wyoming Tri-unity Christian
  578. Yale
  579. Ypsilanti
  580. Ypsilanti Lincoln
  581. Ypsilanti Willow Run
  582. Zeeland East
  583. Zeeland West