Center Line is now 3-2 overall and Lincoln dropped their record to 1-4.
After trailing 7-0 Lake Shore scored the games next four touchdowns on their way to a 26- 7 victory over St. Clair Shores city rival South Lake.
Running back Mike Gaiera ran for two scores and quarterback Brandon Tatters threw a TD pass to Ja’Sean Green just before the half to put Lake Shore up 20-7.
Lake Shore improved their record to 4-1 while South Lake dropped to 3-2.
Chippewa Valley cements itself as top team in the county with a win on the road.
Romeo is silently becoming a major force in the MAC Red and MacombVarsity standings. October 12th… Chippewa Valley goes to Romeo, huge game.
Center Line retains the Brown Jug, but the series record is 36 wins to 36 wins against Lincoln. Center Line looks like the heavy favorite to win the Bronze at this point.
Teams 5-0 only need 1 more win to make the playoffs.
Madison gets another big victory on the road against Fitz.
Warren-Mott vs Chippewa Valley next week….hmmmmm
October 13th… Lake Shore @ WWT is looking to be the decider in the GOLD.
All 3 private schools… Parkway Christian, De La Salle, and Michigan Collegiate just keep winning.
Some big match-ups tonight, stay tuned as we’ll be updating scores as they come in.
Chippewa Valley 24 @ Dakota 17 FINAL
Romeo 41 @ Anchor Bay 13 FINAL
Stevenson 6 @ Eisenhower 33 FINAL
PH Northern 48 @ GPN 3 FINAL
Fraser 8 @ Utica Ford 24 FINAL
Roseville 7 @ Warren-Mott 42 FINAL
GPS 28 @ Port Huron 0 FINAL
LCN 25 @ Cousino 7 FINAL
Utica 11 @ Lakeview 25 FINAL
Clintondale 16 @ WWT 50 FINAL
Marine City 42 @ Eastpointe 6 FINAL
Madison 41 @ Fitzgerald 18 FINAL
Lake Shore 26 @ South Lake 7 FINAL
L’Anse Creuse 6 @ Marysville 48 FINAL
Sterling Heights 7 @ St. Clair 56 FINAL
Center Line 26 @ Lincoln 18 FINAL
MH Lamphere 7 @ Clawson 48 FINAL
MI Collegiate 34 @ Old Redford 0 FINAL
St Marys 7 @ De La Salle 31 FINAL
Mt. Clemens 22 @ Parkway Christian 58 FINAL
Due to a career change Cousino Girls Head Basketball Coach Mike Lee is stepping down. Lee will be taking another position within the school district. ” Instead of coaching basketball I will be coaching about life” said Mike Lee.
Lee lead the Lady Patriots to seven district titles in nine seasons, two final fours and one state championship.
More importantly Lee talked about all the great friendships he’s made. “I have met so many wonderful people ,I had a great ride and I will miss it “said Lee.
“As hard as it is to leave the program it’s time for a new chapter in my life” added Lee.
It has been a pleasure covering Mike Lee and his teams over the last decade.
We here at Macomb Varsity congratulate Lee on an awesome career.
Good Luck Mike Lee!
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