(WXYZ) - The road to Ford Field is complete. A busy Saturday of high school football semifinals is over, as the slate of state championship games is set.
In Division 1, it's a familiar scene. Catholic Central and Cass Tech will meet in a rematch of the 2011 championship game. The Shamrocks dominated Rockford, 35-6 and the Technicians beat Lake Orion, 34-27.
Brother Rice continued its dominant ways, rolling through Wyandotte Roosevelt, 31-3. The Warriors will undoubtedly face their toughest test in the finals against Muskegon, who topped Caledonia, 34-21.
Grand Rapids Christian and Orchard Lake St. Mary's will square off, as the Eaglets will look to repeat as champions. OLSM beat Battle Creek Eagle Creek Saturday, 28-7.
Detroit Country Day will face Grand Rapids South Christian in the finals. DCD shut out Saginaw Swan Valley 38-0.
Grand Rapids West Catholic will play Portland after holding off Menominee, 20-17.
Undefeated Ithaca will face Constantine, who beat Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central, 36-14.
The storybook season continues all the way to Ford Field for Detroit Loyola. The undefeated Catholic Leaguers will get a 12-1 Ishpeming after romping Flint Beecher, 54-6.
Harbor Beach will look to hand Beal City its first loss. Beal City beat St. Ignace La Salle, 25-7 in their semifinal bout.
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