Battle of the unbeatens: West Michigan teams fight for state titles at Ford Field

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Three undefeated West Michigan high school football teams vied for state championships this week — and their opponents were all undefeated, too.

In Division 4, Hudsonville Unity Christian lost to Chelsea Friday. The final score was 55-52.

Unity Christian’s T offense was unstoppable this season, with tons of power on the line and a deep, quick backfield.

In Division 7, Lawton took on Pewamo-Westphalia at 10 a.m. Saturday. It was Lawton’s first ever state finals appearance. The village sent the team off with a parade Friday morning.

The team lost 14-10, and was denied its first state title.

In Division 5, Grand Rapids Catholic Central played Marine City. Catholic Central has earned four state titles in the last five seasons.

On Saturday it won it’s third consecutive state title, winning 31-7.

State finals are held at Ford Field In Detroit.

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