It was another exciting weekend of High School football, as many Oakland County teams continue the quest to Ford Field and a championship game. This weekend eight teams continue on the path for a State Championship. Continue reading
The first round of the Michigan High School Football playoffs are in the record books, with the following Oakland County schools continuing their quest for their Division Championship game at Ford Field in Detroit on November 28th or 29th.
There were 229 automatic qualifying teams (by win total) – with the final 27 teams selected by playoff-point average, one from each class in order (A, B, C, D) until the field was filled.
Those 256 11-player teams are then split into eight equal divisions based on the schools enrollment. Two teams from each of the eight divisions will be in the Championship Games at Ford Field on either November 28th or November 29th.
For the last 43 years, many Oakland County residents internal clocks move from spring to summer when the Polish Country Fair at St Mary’s School in Orchard Lake takes place.