Lakeview Knocks Off Roseville 

Roseville back Martell Turner scored on a 89 yard touchdown run on the first play of the game, but it would be Lakeview that would score the games next three touchdowns on their way to a 41-32 victory over the Panthers Friday Night. 

Ivan Krohta ran for two touchdowns and passed for another and Evan Rochon rushed for 217 yards and also ran for two scores.

Terrence Weathers of Roseville returned an interception for a touchdown that would cut the Lakeview lead to 21-20 just before halftime. 

With Lakeview up 34-32 Rochon would score from 22 yards out to clinch the victory for the Huskies who now move on  to play Port Huron Northern for the district championship at Northern next Friday night.

Lakeview Head Coach Pat Threet praised his teams effort and talked about how they had battled back all season long.” We were 3-3 and trailed in almost every game”said Threet

 “I told our kids at the half we might be in a one point ball game, but we’ve been here all year so it’s nothing new , let’s go out and take care of business and they did” added Threet. 

“Evan and Ivan are great competitors and give it all they have every week” I’m very proud of our entire team” concluded Threet.

“This team plays hard and when one guy goes down everybody steps up. Ivan got hurt, but our team rallied together and played very well tonight”said Rochon. 

De La Salle Whips C.C. 

The DLS Pilots knocked off Catholic Central Saturday Night at Ford Field for the Catholic League A-B Title in a rematch from just a week ago when C. C. beat the Pilots 10-7. 

Quarterback Nolan Schultz scored on a one yard quarterback sneak and scampered later in the game 70 yards for a touchdown.  

Evan Valincourt scored untouched from 15 yards out as the Pilots got revenge 24-6.

De La Salle Head Coach Mike Giannone  said ” Schultz is one heck of a competitor”, “he’s in great shape and he’s got a lot a heart”  added Giannone. 

That’s a good team we beat tonight, they are very physical, but we were up to the challenge and I’m proud of the way our guys played” concluded Giannone.

DLS finished the regular season 7-2. C.C. finished 6-3.