The 2019 Michigan high school football season kicks-off on August 29. If you’re a fan, you need to check-out the week-by-week schedules posted on the Michigan High School Athletic Association website.
Chippewa Valley is the state’s defending Division 1 champ. The Big Reds won their second overall state title and first since a Division 2 title in 2001. Chippewa Valley finished No. 1 in the High School Football America Michigan Top 10 created with our proprietary algorithm. The Big Reds finished No. 95 in our national rankings.
Here are the defending state champs:
Division 1 – Chippewa Valley
Division 2 – De La Salle Collegiate
Division 3 – Detroit Martin Luther King
Division 4 – Edwardsburg
Division 5 – Unity Christian
Division 6 – Lumen Christi
Division 7 – New Lothrop
Division 8 – Reading
8-Man Division 1 – Morrice
8-Man Division 2 – Rapid River
The 11-man state championships are set for Ford Field November 29-30, while the 8-Man championships will be played November 23 at the Northern Michigan’s Superior Dome.