Grand Rapids Catholic Central finishes No. 1 in final High School Football America Michigan Top 10

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The race for No. 1 in the High School Football Michigan Top 10 came down to championship weekend and when the dust cleared Catholic Central from Grand Rapids landed the top spot in our statewide rankings.

CC entered the Division 4 state championship ranked No. 3, however, after No. 1 Muskegon and No. 2 Detroit King lost in their respective title games, the Cougars climbed to the top with the school’s fifth state title.

Division 1 champ Davison finishes No. 2, followed by Division 2 champ Mona Shores at No. 3 and Division 3 champ River Rouge at No. 4.

High School Football America Michigan Top 10

No. 1 Catholic Central (Grand Rapids) (13-1), LW: #3

No. 2 Davison (12-2), LW: #4

No. 3 Mona Shores (12-2), LW: #6

No. 4 River Rouge (12-1), LW #9

No. 5 Detroit King (11-3), LW: #2

No. 6 Muskegon (13-1), LW: #1

No. 7 Belleville (12-1), LW: #5

No. 8 West Bloomfield (10-2), LW: #6

No. 9 Walled Lake Western (11-2), LW: #8

No. 10 Brighton (11-3), LW: NR

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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