WALLED LAKE, Mich. - Walled Lake Western topped Watterford Kettering, 41-2 in the Meijer High School Game of the Week.
The Walled Lake community raised money to fight cancer in the annual Warriors for Warriors game.
On the first play from scrimmage, Warriors quarterback Kyle Bambard ran for a 53-yard touchdown, giving Walled Lake Western the early lead.
After the Warriors forced an interception on Kettering's first possession, the Captains forced a safety for their only points of the game.
From there, Walled Lake Western took control, as a turnover to start the second half jumpstarted a Malik Green rushing score.
The Warriors ran away with a 41-2 victory.
Orchard Lake St. Mary's topped undefeated, no. 1 Detroit Cass Tech, 13-6
Richmond won the Rivals vs. Cancer game over Armada, 35-33
Southfield topped Farmington Hills Harrison 27-20
Oxford beat Rochester Adams 28-16
Clarkston squeaked by Stoney Creek 28-21
Dearborn Fordson beat Dearborn 35-0
Detroit Cody beat Renaissance 12-6
Chippewa Valley crushed Utica Ford 49-7
Lake Orion won over Troy 38-0
Macomb Dakota beat Utica Eisenhower 24-6
Oak Park upset Farmington 20-15
Notre Dame Prep beat Lahser 35-14
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