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MHSAA Football - Week Five Results

We’ve sailed right past the half-way point. Some teams can punch their playoff ticket with a win this week. Other teams are starting to look toward basketball or wrestling. All teams want to finish strong, regardless of whether they will have a playoff game or not. Let’s take a look at the games that were profiled last week.

Capital Area

DeWitt 39 Haslett 0

The Panthers of DeWitt didn’t need to rely on quarterback Jacob Johnson to get this win. Ben Heinritz was Mr. Do-It-All. He accounted for four of the team’s five touchdowns. Three came on the ground as he rushed 19 times for 193 yards and three scores. The fourth came when he blocked a punt with his facemask, scooped up the ball, and ran 10 yards for a score. QB Johnson completed four of his five passes for 15 yards. ShonQuise Trainor ran 10 times for 76 yards and Chase McPhee also ran 10 times while gaining 43 yards. Beau Yaubs was the other scorer for DeWitt with three runs for 16 yards. Trainor was also the leading receiver with two catches for eight yards. Haslett didn’t have a bad night, but turnovers killed them. Quarterback Andrew Harris completed 12 of his 33 passes for 131 yards and those three interceptions. He also ran 12 times for 94 yards to lead the squad. Lee Mott hauled in four passes for 38 yards.

Up North

St. Ignace LaSalle 28 Johannesburg-Lewiston 0

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Two games, two shutouts in the column this week. Johannesburg had a lot of penalties and left points on the field. Jo’Burg was in the red zone and six penalties pushed them way back. Another time they fumbled on the goal line. For St. Ignace, quarterback Greg Kreski completed 11 of his 14 passes for 146 yards and also ran for another 60 on nine carries. James Cryderman rushed 15 times for 60 yards. Cole Thompson caught six passes for 79 yards. No stats could be found for Johannesburg-Lewiston.

West Side

Muskegon Oakridge 36 Ravenna 20

Ravenna scored first in the game, but Oakridge rattled off 28 unanswered points after that. Big plays for Oakridge helped put Ravenna away. Three of the five touchdowns were 56 yards or longer. Quarterback Brady Luttrull completed six of his eight passes for 237 yards and two touchdowns and ran nine times for 11 yards. James Cooper III pulled in two of those passes for 127 yards and a score. Jaegar Beattie grabbed one for a 56 yard score. Kolin Chahorski rushed 15 times for 177 yards and a score. For Ravenna, Dakota Hudson completed three of his seven passes for 43 yards, a touchdown, and a pick. Alex White grabbed two receptions for 70 yards and a score. Justin Jones led his team in rushing with 14 carries for 91 yards.


Detroit Martin Luther King 27 Detroit Mumford 17

No stats could be found. This was one of the toughest games on MLK’s schedule this season. They should be undefeated going into the Detroit Public School League Playoffs.