EAST LANSING, MI -- There was plenty of great action as Michigan State played Notre Dame at Spartan Stadium on Saturday night. There were plenty of Michigan State mistakes, too, as Notre Dame (3-1) took advantage of three turnovers to roll over the Spartans, 38-18. Michigan State's record is 2-1. Here are our photos from the game from the pregame walk and throughout the game on a steamy night in East Lansing.
JACKSON, MI -- Jackson High School celebrated homecoming in style with a 35-28 win over Lansing Sexton. The Vikings won their first game of the season over the Big Reds, who came into the game with a 3-1 record. Jackson improves to 1-4 while Sexton falls to 3-2In a major Cascades Conference battle at Addison, Michigan Center won the game over Addison, 36-24. Here are our favorite photos from those two games. To see more Jackson photos, click here. For the Michigan Center vs. Addison game, click here.
JACKSON, MI -- Lumen Christi won in a runaway against Northwest. So did Michigan Center against East Jackson. The game of the night was at Napoleon High School as Addison held on to beat Napoleon, 32-30, in a battle for the lead in the Cascades Conference. See our favorite photos from those games in the gallery above.
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