Lumen Christi Catholic High School quarterback Joe Lathers celebrates an 18-yard touchdown run during the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 7 state final at Ford Field on Saturday. Photo by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. Football MHSAA State Final Division 7 at Ford Field Lumen Christi 15, Traverse City St. Francis 12: The thought of going 11-3 for the 2022 season was probably a pipe dream for Lumen Christi Catholic High School in early September after an 0-3 start. But leaders on the Titans’ team believed and made it happen with a fourth quarter comeback for the ages. Trailing 12-0 at the end of the third quarter, LCCHS scored twice in the final 11:10 to pull out the win in the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 7 football final at Ford Field on Saturday. The state championship is the 12th for Lumen Christi and 10th for head Coach Herb Brogan. Now with 10 state titles as a head coach, Brogan joins Detroit Catholic Central High School Coach Tom Mach and Mendon High School Coach John Schwartz. They all trail John Herrington of Farmington Hills Harrison who finished with 13 titles. “It is the same as the other nine,”…
Football Lumen Christi vs. St. Francis, D-7 State Final, 11-26-2022. Ford Field. Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. Football Lumen Christi vs. St. Francis, D-7 State Final, 11-26-2022. Ford Field. Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports.
Lumen Christi captains walk to midfield for the coin toss before the start of today's state championship game at Ford Field. Photo by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. MHSAA Division 7 State Championship Ford Field FINAL Lumen Christi 15 Traverse City St. Francis 12 The Titans staged a big comeback, with 4th quarter touchdowns by Joe Lathers and Derrick Walker to with their 12th State Championship. Lumen Christi ends the season at 11-3. Watch for complete coverage, including photos, story and video later.
Easton Craig earned the shutout in goal for Jackson United with 31 saves in a 5-0 win over Muskegon Reeths-Puffer. Photo by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. Hockey Jackson United 5, Muskegon Reeths-Puffer 0: Jackson United recorded its second consecutive shutout with a win in the Thanksgiving Showcase at Arrington Ice Arena in Adrian. Michigan Center freshman Brenna Forward scored two goals and added a pair of assists in the win for JU. Jack Whyte, Easton Neitzke, and Maddox Grimes added goals for Jackson. Easton Craig earned the shutout in goal for Jackson United with 31 saves. Jackson United (2-0) finished with 44 shots on the night. On Deck for Nov. 26, 2022 Football MHSAA State Final Division 7 at Ford Field Traverse City St. Francis vs. Lumen Christi 10 a.m. Hockey Manistique at Jackson United (Optimist) 2:30 p.m.
Hockey Jackson United vs. Reeths-Puffer at Adrian, 11-25-2022. Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. Hockey Jackson United vs. Reeths-Puffer at Adrian, 11-25-2022. Photos by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports.
The Lumen Christi Titans take the field at Saturday’s semifinal game at Chelsea High School. Photo by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. (November 21, 2022 10:45 AM) To provide for the convenience and safety of spectators attending the Michigan High School Athletic Association 11-Player Football Finals on Nov. 25 and 26 at Ford Field in Detroit, the MHSAA is advising attendees on a variety of items related to transportation and security – including policies regarding parking, seating and types of bags allowed into the stadium. Lumen Christi will play Traverse City St. Francis in the Division 7 State Championship game on Saturday, November 26 at 10 AM. Parking will be available in Ford Field facilities and lots to the east and north of the stadium and costs $6. A map identifying the designated Ford Field lots (4, 5 and 6) and parking deck can be found on the Football page of the MHSAA Website under “2022 Road to the Finals” at https://www.mhsaa.com/sports/football. (There also are a number of privately-operated parking facilities close to Ford Field, but their pricing may differ.) Fans also are advised that the consumption of alcohol is prohibited in Ford Field parking facilities and lots, and smoking – including use of electronic cigarettes and vaporizers –…
Derrick Walker (4) carries the ball in the D7 District final win over Homer. Photo by Jeff Steers, JTV Sports. By Jeff Steers JTV Sports (November 23, 2022 3:37 PM) Ten Jackson County High School players earned first-team all-state honors as voted on by the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association members. The area dominated Division 7 with seven players on the offensive, defensive, and special teams. Concord had three players named to the eight-man all-state football team. Here are the all-state players: Division 7 Derrick Walker Lumen Christi Running back Michael Humphreys Napoleon Offensive lineman Jaxon McGuigan Manchester Receiver Max Gamez Napoleon Defensive lineman Devian Franklin Lumen Christi Linebacker Joseph Hamlin Napoleon Linebacker Jack Pine Grass Lake Defensive back Eight-Man Football Mekhi Wingfield Concord Receiver Collin Thompson Concord Defensive lineman Anthony Evans Concord Athlete