The 2016 Michigan high school football season ends at Ford Field in Detroit this weekend. West Michigan will be well-represented with teams competing for championships in four of the eight divisions.

MHSAA shares the weekend schedule, ticket info and more.

Schedule (All games at Ford Field in Detroit)

 

Friday, November 25

D8: Muskegon Catholic Central (13-0) vs Ottawa Lake Whiteford (13-0) - 10AM
D2: Walled Lake Western (12-1) vs Detroit Martin Luther King (11-2) - 1PM
D6: Maple City Glen Lake (11-2) vs Jackson Lumen Christi (11-2) - 4:30PM
D4: Grand Rapids Catholic Central (12-1) vs Detroit Country Day (13-0) 7:30PM

Saturday, November 26

D7: Pewamo-Westphalia (13-0) vs Detroit Loyola (11-2) - 10AM
D1: Detroit Catholic Central (13-0) vs Detroit Cass Tech (13-0) - 1PM
D5: Menominee (12-1) vs West Catholic (11-2) - 4:30PM
D3: Muskegon (12-1) vs Orchard Lake St Mary's (9-4) - 7:30PM

The 8-player final was held on November 18. Powers North Central beat Deckerville, 58-22.

Where and When to Enter Ford Field

  • Gates A, B and G will open to the public. Ticket sales will begin near Gates A and G at 8AM on Friday and Saturday. Ford Field will open to spectators at 9AM each day.

Parking

  • Parking will be available in Ford Field facilities and lots to the east and north of the stadium for $6. Private parking will also be available.

Tickets

  • Tickets are $10 and include entrance to all four games on either Friday or Saturday. Re-entry is not allowed. Children under the age of 2 will be admitted without charge.
  • Tickets are cash only and there will be no public will-call window.

Where to Sit

  • Fans of the home team should sit on the south side of the field. Fans of the visiting team should sit on the north side of the field.
  • Home teams this weekend are Detroit Catholic Central, Walled Lake Western, Muskegon, Grand Rapids Catholic Central, Menominee, Maple City Glen Lake, Pewamo-Westphalia and Muskegon Catholic Central. West Catholic is designated as the away team for their game.
  • Video boards above the seating areas will display team names. Fans should sit on the side of the stadium where they see their school’s name.
  • The entire lower bowl of Ford Field will be open for the event.

Other Ways to Watch

  • Some games will be broadcast on Fox Sports Detroit. All games will be available to watch via a live stream.

Good luck to all of our West Michigan schools!