Muskegon Boys Basketball Wins State Championship
Muskegon boys basketball capped off a perfect season on Saturday with the Class A state championship!
Muskegon finished the year 28-0 with a 91-67 win over Bloomfield Hills.
Muskegon’s playoff run is even more impressive when you look at the final scores of the games. Most games were won by double-digit margins.
Saturday’s game against Bloomfield Hills made history for Muskegon.
It’s [Muskegon's] first MHSAA title in any sport other than football since the 1937 boys basketball team won the championship.
Muskegon finished 28-0, joining the 2003 Rockford team (also 28-0) as one of only two unbeaten Class A champions in the last 24 years. Only two other Class A teams have had 28-0 seasons: Flint Central in 1981 and Flint Northwestern in 1985.
“They’re good,” Bloomfield Hills coach Duane Graves said. “We knew they were good. You can’t go 28-0 and not be good. They have a good balanced attack. It had us on our heels all night.”