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Caleb Weaver (4) of East Jackson High School sees an opening during a game against Grass Lake on Friday. 

By Jeff Steers
JTV Sports

Addison 50, Columbia Central 28: Ben O’Neil had a solid night passing for Columbia Central with 11-for-13 for 135 yards and three touchdowns. Braden Ellison scored the other touchdown and ran for 95 yards. Nic Richardson caught two of those touchdown passes for CCHS. Christian Millican finished with eight tackles to lead the Golden Eagles. Addison scored 50 points for the fourth consecutive game this season. The Panthers are now 4-0 and will travel to Jonesville Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff. Columbia Central (1-3) hosts Quincy next Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff. 

Maple Valley 50, Concord 32: Mekhi Wingfield caught two touchdown passes of 27 and 8 yards from Gavin Riske. Levi Raymond and Collin Thompson scored on runs for Concord. Riske finished with 338 passing yards with Wingfield catching 11 passes for 137 yards and Jordan Medellin added nine catches for 115 yards. Maple Valley ran for nearly 400 yards against the Yellow Jackets. “We could not stop the run tonight,” CHS Coach Max Clark said. Concord (2-2) will be on the road again next Saturday with a 6:30 kickoff at Mt. Pleasant Community Stadium against Suttons Bay. 

Grass Lake 42, East Jackson 8: Brayden Lape continued his fine play with 287 passing yards and four touchdowns. Liam Metheringham ran for 101 yards for GLHS and recorded two scores in the contest. Bryant Cook (2), Robert Anderson, and Jacob Collins caught touchdown passes for the Warriors. Defensively, Cook finished with 16 tackles and Jack Reid tallied 15. The Warriors held East Jackson to less than 200 yards of offense on the night. Austin Tingley threw for 107 yards for East Jackson. Caleb Weaver scored the only touchdown for the Trojans. Dustin Poole led EJ with 17 tackles on the night. Grass Lake (4-0) hosts Napoleon next Friday at 7 p.m. in a key Cascades Conference matchup. The Trojans (2-2) will take a short trip to Michigan Center next Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff. 

Jonesville High School quarterback Connor Van Buskirk celebrates after scoring the go-ahead touchdown against Hanover-Horton.


Jonesville 28, Hanover-Horton 14: Josh Milks ran for 107 yards and Connor Van Buskirk finished with 203 passing yards and four touchdowns for Jonesville. Jordan VanSickle caught two passes for 98 yards and one score and Jayden Doque caught a 45-yard touchdown pass. Austin Bowers led JHS with seven tackles, Doque recorded two sacks, and Skyler Cooper had two interceptions on the defensive side of the football for Jonesville. The two teams were tied at 14 at halftime. Van Buskirk scored on a 2-yard run to begin the fourth quarter for the winning score. Luke Soper threw for 171 yards and touchdowns to Graham Gumper and Jack Wooster. Hanover-Horton (0-4) will travel to Homer next Friday while Jonesville (1-3) hosts Addison in a 7 p.m. kickoff.

The Jackson High School defense was all over Pinckney in a 13-7 home win Friday.

Jackson 13, Pinckney 7: The Vikings are 3-1 on the season with a homecoming contest against Ypsilanti next Friday at 7 p.m. Jackson scored on a 64-yard pick-six by Kardair Sumner, a Drew Blood 26-yard field goal, and a safety by Tristan Cawthon. Cawthon was a beast on defense with three sacks on the night. 

Lumen Christi Catholic High School receiver Colin Wilson (2) fights for extra yardage during a game against Detroit Jesuit at home Friday. Photos by Sara Scaife, Jeff Steers, JTV Sports.

Lumen Christi 28, Detroit Jesuit 6: Lumen Christi found itself down – and scored upon – for the first time this season. But the Titans responded with 28 consecutive points in the win. Kadale Williams finished with two more scores and 128 rushing yards. Xavier Gallant and Isaac Rehberg also scored touchdowns for LCCHS. Cassius Griffin finished with eight tackles and Rehberg blocked a field goal attempt on the defensive side of the ball for Lumen Christi. The Titans are 4-0 and will host Divine Child next Friday at 7 p.m. 

Michigan Center 49, Leslie 21: Kyran Lane had nearly 200 yards of offense for the Cardinals with 153 rushing yards and 46 receiving yards. Jacob Colby ran for two scores and threw for another for the Blackhawks. The Cardinals are 3-1 hosting East Jackson next Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff. Leslie is 2-2 and will travel to Manchester next Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff in Cascades Conference action. 

Napoleon 42, Manchester 28: Grant Bradley threw a pair of touchdown passes to Holden Van Poppel in the win for Napoleon. Cooper Wyers scored on a pick-six and with a 12-yard touchdown pass from Bradley. Mason Roth scored on a 2-yard run and Van Poppel added another score on a 3-yard run. Bradley finished with 229 passing yards with Van Poppel catching five passes for 130 yards and a total of three scores. Manchester is 3-1 and will host Leslie Friday at 7 p.m. The Pirates are 4-0 with a big game next Friday at undefeated Grass Lake beginning at 7 p.m. 

Western 48, Gull Lake 0: The Panthers earned the non-conference with with a number of solid performances. Reed Myers was 10-for-13 passing for 178 yards and two touchdowns, Alex Trudell ran for 84 yards and two touchdowns, Maverick Hammond caught a 77-yard touchdown pass, Caleb Rudd-Jones returned a 96-yard kickoff for a score, Jack LaPorte finished with 10 tackles on defense, and Gibson French had a sack and fumble recovery for Western. The Panthers are 4-0 with a rivalry game at home Friday against Northwest.

Blissfield 49, Hillsdale 15: Jace Lennox finished with 154 rushing yards and two scores for Hillsdale. Wyatt Coshatt finished with 10 tackles and John Petersen added nine stops for the Hornets. Hillsdale (1-3) will host Ida next Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff. 

Hart 54, Stockbridge 41: Jalen Rogozinski threw for 455 yards and six touchdowns for Stockbridge but it was not enough in the non-conference loss. The Panthers led 14-0 and 27-16 at points in the game but could not hold on. Gary Killinger finished with 17 tackles for Stockbridge on the defensive side of the football. Stockbridge is 1-3 on the season and will travel to Bath next Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff. 

Quincy 26, Springport 22: Gavin Lightner threw for a pair of touchdowns for the Spartans and finished with more than 100 yards offensively. Springport is 0-4 and will host Reading Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff. 

Northwest 31, Pennfield  20: Northwest went into halftime trailing 20-7, but exploded for 24 points in the second half. Douglas was again the star with 270 rushing yards and three touchdowns, Gabe Christner finished with one passing and one rushing score, and Addison Fisher caught five passes for 67 yards and one score. Jazi Farjado finished with two sacks, Carter Fairley tallied eight tackles, and Charles Simpkins intercepted two passes for the Mounties on defense. The Mounties are 2-2 on the season and will travel to Western next Friday for a 7 p.m. kickoff. 

Galesburg-Augusta 29, Homer 14: The Trojans are now 0-4 and will host Hanover-Horton Friday at 7 p.m. 

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