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- Detroit King (6-0), A: King took care of business last week (34-0 over Detroit Cody) and has Detroit Mumford this week before the start of the PSL playoffs and a possible rematch with Cody or Mumford.
- Saline (6-0), A: Two games remain for the Hornets (eight-game schedule) and all of their tough opponents are behind them. Saline’s next real test? The state playoffs.
- Warren De La Salle (5-1): A: The Pilots trailed Detroit Loyola 12-7 before scoring the final 16 points. An improved U-D Jesuit team is next.
- Detroit Cass Tech (5-1), A: The Technicians responded well to adversity (31-28 overtime loss to King in week five) by dominating a good Detroit East English Village prep team, 33-8. The PSL playoffs are just two weeks away.
- Walled Lake Western (6-0), A: For the second consecutive week Western struggled but found a way to win. The Warriors clinched the KLAA North Division title with a 34-31 victory over Walled Lake Northern but needed a late field goal to win. Rival Walled Lake Central is next.
- Detroit Catholic Central (5-1), A: C.C. was tied with U-D 7-7 at halftime before pulling away for a 21-7 victory. The Shamrocks host Orchard Lake St. Mary’s on Friday which promises to be one of the best games this week.
- West Bloomfield (6-0), A: West Bloomfield blitzed Bloomfield Hills, 47-6, and expect more of the same this week against Oxford.
- Muskegon (5-1), A: Muskegon continues to blow away its opponents with Zeeland East (47-6) the latest casualty. They host Muskegon Reeths-Puffer (3-3) next.
- Lowell (5-1), A: The Red Arrows handled Caledonia, 42-7, without much incident. They travel to Grand Rapids Fore