Chelsea wins Michigan Division 4 title in high-scoring shootout with Unity Christian

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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 goalĀ as time expired ignited Chelsea’s championship celebration at Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions.

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