Michigan High School Sports Rankings

Top 25 HS Football Teams: King ends regular season at the top; Dow, St. Joseph and Jackson in top 25 for first time

Football   | Tom Markowski

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  1. Detroit King (9-0), A: King, playing without a handful of players who suspended, came from behind to defeat Detroit Cass Tech, 27-25, to win the PSL title and earn home field advantage in the Division 2 playoffs for the first three rounds, should the Crusaders get that far. King opens U-D Jesuit.
  2. Saline (8-0), A: The Hornets had an off week and open the Division 1 playoffs at home against Monroe.
  3. Walled Lake Western (9-0), A: The Warriors played everyone on the roster as they drubbed Detroit Delta Prep, 68-20. Western, like King, will have home field advantage for the first three rounds of the Division 2 playoffs and it opens with Walled Lake Northern.
  4. West Bloomfield (9-0), A: West Bloomfield got its first real test last week and earned its first 9-0 season with a 20-14 victory over Farmington Hills Harrison. The Lakers have home field in the first three rounds and will play Novi to open the Division 1 playoffs.
  5. Muskegon Mona Shores (9-0), A: The Sailors closed out the regular season with a 42-20 victory at Grand Rapids Kenowa Hills and begin their quest to return to the Division 2 finals by hosting Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern this week.
  6. Lowell (8-1), A: The Red Arrows had a game on their hands but defeated Grand Rapids Christian 28-14 to