DIVISION 1: CASS TECH 49, DETROIT CATHOLIC CENTRAL 20
DETROIT (AP) -- Senior quarterback Rodney Hall threw for 220 yards and five touchdowns, and Donovan Peoples-Jones had 118 yards receiving and two scores as Detroit Cass Tech beat Detroit Catholic Central 49-20 in the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 1 final.
Donovan Johnson finished with 89 yards rushing and two touchdowns Saturday at Ford Field in Detroit, and Teone Allen added 60 yards receiving and two scores for the Technicians (14-0), who won their third state title in six years.
Nicholas Capatina ran for 85 yards and Isaac Darkangelo had 41 yards rushing and a touchdown for Catholic Central (13-1). The Shamrocks were seeking their first state title since 2009.
After falling behind 7-0, Catholic Central scored the next two touchdowns, including Jack Morris' 35-yard interception return, to take a 14-7 lead. The Technicians dominated the rest of the way, scoring 42 unanswered points.
Johnson's 60-yard scoring run gave Cass Tech a 21-14 lead in the second quarter.
DIVISION 3: ORCHARD LAKE ST. MARY'S 29, MUSKEGON 28
DETROIT (AP) -- Ky'ren Cunningham caught an 18-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Caden Prieskorn with 4 seconds left, giving Orchard Lake St. Mary's a thrilling 29-28 victory over Muskegon in the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 3 final.
After finishing the regular season 5-4, St. Mary's (10-4) rallied in Saturday's final at Ford Field in Detroit to win its third consecutive state title and fourth in six years.
The Eaglets took a 23-21 lead on Ben Fee's 49-yard field goal, which set an MHSAA finals record for longest field goal, but Muskegon (12-2) answered with La'Darius Jefferson's 3-yard touchdown run with 1:55 left, giving the Big Reds a 28-23 edge.
Prieskorn finished with 200 yards passing and two touchdowns, while Rashawn Allen had 136 yards rushing, and Clay Antishin added 103 yards receiving and a touchdown.
Jefferson had 88 yards passing, to go with 57 yards rushing and two touchdowns. Kalil Pimpleton finished with 56 yards rushing and two scores for Muskegon.
DIVISION 5: GRAND RAPIDS WEST CATHOLIC 43, MENOMINEE 7
DETROIT (AP) -- Junior quarterback Gaetano Vallone threw for 311 yards and four touchdowns, including a 91-yard scoring pass to Brett Meyers, to lead Grand Rapids West Catholic to a 43-7 victory over Menominee in the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 5 final.
Meyers finished with 143 yards receiving Saturday at Ford Field, and Sam Neville caught six passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns for the Falcons (12-2). Vallone added 83 yards rushing and another score.
West Catholic won its fourth consecutive state title and fifth in seven years.
Sam Larson and Ethan Mileski each rushed for 56 yards for Menominee (12-2). The Maroons scored when Hunter Hass returned a blocked field goal 76 yards in the third quarter.
West Catholic finished with 463 yards of total offense, compared with Menominee's 163.
DIVISION 7: PEWAMO-WESTPHALIA 28, DETROIT LOYOLA 14
DETROIT (AP) -- Junior quarterback Jimmy Lehman threw for 127 yards and two touchdowns, leading Pewamo-Westphalia to a 28-14 victory over Detroit Loyola in the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 7 final.
Logan Hengesbach had 51 yards receiving and two touchdowns on Saturday at Ford Field in Detroit, and Ryan Smith added 81 yards rushing and a score for the victorious Pirates (14-0), who won the program's first state title in football.
Loyola senior quarterback Price Watkins passed for 63 yards and a touchdown, while Curtis Martin rushed for 38 yards. The Bulldogs (11-3) were seeking their second state championship in three years.
After taking a 7-0 halftime lead, the Pirates scored twice in the third quarter to open a commanding advantage. Hengesbach caught a 37-yard touchdown from Lehman, and Smith's 2-yard scoring run made it 21-0.
Pewamo-Westphalia lost to Ishpeming in the Division 7 state final last year.