Girl's D2 Swim & Dive Championship 201796Gallery: Girl's D2 Swim & Dive Championship 2017 By Dave McVety | email@example.com on November 18, 2017 8:52 PM Congratulations to Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central, the 2017 Division 2 state girls swim champion. Forest Hills piled up 174 points to easily finish ahead of second-place Grand Rapids Northview with 108 points and third-place Midland Dow with 99. Enjoy the photos. View/Post Comments
The ground game is taking Edwardsburg all the way to Ford Field. The Eddies racked up 437 yards in total offense, all on the ground, and pulled away in the second half for a 32-21 win against River Rouge in the Division 4 state semifinals Saturday afternoon in Jackson. Edwardsburg (12-1) takes on defending state champion and undefeated Grand Rapids Catholic Central, a 24-0 winner against Escanaba, for the Division 4 state title at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 24, at Ford Field in Detroit.
Saugatuck football coach Bill Dunn agreed that the Indians weren’t on many radars heading into the postseason, especially after losing 40-7 to Fennville in the SAC-Lakeshore title game in Week 9. Dunn added that the Indians never stopped believing, though. Saugatuck defeated Madison Heights Madison 14-7 in Saturday’s Division 7 state semifinal at Lansing Catholic High School to advance to its second state championship game and first since 2010.
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