Trailing 52-31 early in the fourth quarter didn’t deter Chelsea in its Division 4 championship game against Unity Christian. The Bulldogs scored the final 24 points of the game to win their first-ever football state championship with a 55-52 victory.
Hunter Shaw’s 33-yard field goal as time expired ignited Chelsea’s championship celebration at Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions.
Here it is!!!!! The game-winning field goal by Chelsea (@ChelseaFB_SEC) senior Hunter Shaw as time expires and the Bulldogs comeback to beat Unity Christian 55-52 in the Division 4 Football Final. @ChelseaBulldogs #StateChamps X @hungryhowies pic.twitter.com/P52YmJjKQR— STATE CHAMPS! Michigan (@statechampsmich) November 27, 2021
Here's Chelsea senior Hunter Shaw after he made the game-winning field goal to give the Bulldogs its first ever football state title tonight. @ChelseaFB_SEC @ChelseaBulldogs #StateChamps X @hungryhowies pic.twitter.com/5fvxM5cqOm— STATE CHAMPS! Michigan (@statechampsmich) November 27, 2021