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Sunday, October 31, 2010

CPS wins 8 Man Football Championship

The Carsonville-Pt Sanilac Tigers won the 8 man football championship game over the previously unbeaten Bellaire Eagles. Final score was 25-14.

Friday, October 29, 2010

2010 High School Football Playoffs - Round 1

Thumb Tailgater Sports will be covering the Division 4 match up between the Madison Heights Lamphere Rams at the Croswell-Lexington Pioneers
Coverage starts at 6:30pm.
Next week we will be presenting double coverage.
Good luck to all the Thumb Tailgater Sports coverage area teams!

Division 4
Croswell-Lexington  36, Madison Heights Lamphere 13 - 1st half2nd half
Pioneers face off against Marine City in Round 2

Division 5
Millington 42, Capac 12
Birch Run 27, Almont 21

Division 6
Montrose 38, Vassar 13
Flint Beecher 27, Sandusky 19

Division 7
Ubly 48, Unionville-Sebewaing 6
Saginaw Nouvel 19, Reese 12

Division 8
Deckerville 46, Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 6
Bay City All Saints 21, @ Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary 13

MHSAA Football Playoff Games - Rest of the field

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Tuesday Top Football Poll - Regular Season Ending

Thumb Sportswriters Association Top 10 Football Poll
1. Millington
2. Ubly
3. Croswell-Lexington
4. Sandusky
5. Reese
6. Caro
7. Vassar
8. Unionville-Sebewaing
9. Deckerville
10. Brown City
Honorable Mention - Marlette

Thumb Tailgater Sports Top 15 Football Poll - BWAC, GTC, NCTL, TVE
1. Millington
2. Birch Run
3. Ubly
4. Almont
5. Croswell-Lexington
6. Sandusky
7. Capac
8. Frankenmuth
9. Reese
10. Vassar
11. Bay City All Saints
12. Yale
13. Unionville-Sebewaing
14. Deckerville
15. Caro
Honorable Mentions - Brown City, Marlette

Thumb Tailgater Sports - TSA Top 10 Vote 
1. Millington
2. Ubly
3. Croswell-Lexington
4. Reese
5. Sandusky
6. Vassar
7. Unionville-Sebewaing
8. Caro
9. Deckerville
10. Brown City

Sunday, October 24, 2010

MHSAA H.S. Football Playoffs!

The MHSAA announced the High School Football Team pair ups for the first round for the  playoffs. Some projections that were mathematically according to th popular method of the system that is used did not add up to what the MHSAA has officially announced and posted.
Many Thumb Tailgater Sports coverage area teams made it in, including the wild card of the Unionville-Sebewaing Patriots who got in with a 5-4 record.
Here is the full listing from the MHSAA website.

The Thumb Tailgater Sports Coverage Area Teams

Division 8 - Friday, Oct.29th, 7pm
R3-D2: Sterling Heights Parkway Christian (7-2) 45.222 at Deckerville (7-2) 54.778
R3-D2: Bay City All Saints (6-3) 47.778 at Saginaw Michigan Lutheran (6-3) 48.333

Division 7 - Friday, Oct.29th, 7pm
R2-D2: Unionville-Sebewaing (5-4) 42.778 at Ubly (9-0) 77.333
R2-D2: Reese (7-2) 64.111 at Saginaw Nouvel (6-3) 67.889

Division 6 - Friday, Oct.29th, 7pm
R2-D2: Vassar (6-3) 49.556 at Montrose (7-2) 75.111
R2-D2: Sandusky (7-2) 57.222 at Flint Beecher (6-3) 64.444

Division 5 - Friday, Oct.29th, 7pm
R4-D1: Capac (6-3) 62.000 at Millington (8-1) 86.889
R4-D1: Almont (7-2) 73.889 at Birch Run (8-1) 80.778

Division 4 - Friday, Oct.29th, 7pm
R3-D2: Clinton Township Clintondale (6-3) 59.889 at Marine City (8-1) 97.333
R3-D2: Madison Heights Lamphere (6-3) 64.889 at Croswell-Lexington (7-2) 70.667

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Local Thumb Area Sunday Selection Radio Show - WLEW 102.1

There will be a local thumb area High School Football Playoff Sunday Selection Show - this Sunday evening, Oct.24th, starting at 6:45pm. 
It will be on WLEW Cruise 102.1 FM.
There could be some surprising developments with a couple of 5-4 teams who could slip into the post season.
The show will feature WLEW Sports Caster Rick Glaza, Eddie Fury of Thumb Tailgater Sports, and Huron Daily Tribune Sports Writer/Reporter - Paul Adams.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Week 9 H.S. Football Final Scores - BWAC, GTC, NCTL, TVE

Ubly 52, North Huron 21 - Thumb Tailgater Sports
Unionville-Sebewaing 30, @ Harbor Beach 20 (Playoff hopes renewed for USA?)
Caro 30, @ Cass City 25
Deckerville 38, @ Lincoln Alcona 0
Saginaw Michigan Lutheran 21, @ Bay City All Saints 18
Ovid-Elsie 28, @ Reese 0
Frankenmuth 35, Vassar 7
Onsted 21, Almont 14
Millington 21, @ Otisville-Lakeville 12
Yale 15, @ North Branch 14 (Yale outside chance for playoffs at 5-4?)
Portland 67, Armada 29 (5 straight loss for Armada, Portland earns post season spot)
Croswell-Lexington 47, Lake Fenton 0
EPBP Lakers 18, Imlay City 6
Brown City 63, @ Memphis 20
Marlette 59, Peck 28
Kingston 18, @ Mayville 6
Sandusky 58, Bad Axe 6
Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 41, Capac 16
Riverview 24, @ Algonac 21
Macomb Lutheran North 31, @ Richmond 0
Birch Run 49, Mt Morris 13
Standish Sterling Central 33, Essexville-Garber 12

Burr Oak @ Carsonville-Pt Sanilac
Akron-Fairgrove @ Wyoming Tri-Unity Christian (Sat.Oct.23rd)

Week 9 H.S. Football Games - BWAC, GTC, NCTL, TVE

This is it - the final regular season games of high school football of 2010. It went by way too fast...but we got playoffs coming!

North Huron @ Ubly - Thumb Tailgater Sports
Unionville-Sebewaing @ Harbor Beach
Caro @ Cass City
Deckerville @ Lincoln Alcona
Saginaw Michigan Lutheran @ Bay City All Saints
Ovid-Elsie @ Reese
Vassar @ Frankenmuth
Almont @ Onsted
Millington @ Otisville-Lakeville
Yale @ North Branch
Armada @ Portland
Lake Fenton @ Croswell-Lexington
Imlay City @ EPBP Lakers
Brown City @ Memphis
Peck @ Marlette
Kingston @ Mayville
Bad Axe @ Sandusky
Capac @ Pontiac Notre Dame Prep
Riverview @ Algonac
Macomb Lutheran North @ Richmond

Burr Oak @ Carsonville-Pt Sanilac
Akron-Fairgrove @ Wyoming Tri-Unity Christian (Sat.Oct.23rd)

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Top Team Polls -Ending Week 8

Thumb Sports Writers Associtation Top Ten Football Poll
1. Millington - 48
2. Ubly - 47
3. Croswell-Lexington - 40
4. Reese - 34
5. Vassar - 34
6. Sandusky - 26
7. Caro - 17
8. Unionville-Sebewaing - 10
9. Deckerville - 9
10. Brown City - 6
Honorable Mentions: North Branch 3, Cass City 2, North Huron 1

Votes are casted by: Thumb Tailgater Sports - Eddie Fury; Huron Daily Tribune Sports - Paul Adams; Tuscola County Advertiser Sports - Chad Wingert; WLEW Cruise 102.1 Sports Broadcaster - Rick Glaza; WIDL 92.1 Sports Commentator - Christian Selich
First Place Votes earns 10pts, Second 9pts, and so on....
Teams excluded from this poll are - Memphis, Frankenmuth, Bay City All Saints, and most of BWAC & Tri-Valley East teams. This is a thumb area football team poll. Other polls may include excluded teams in other publications.

Thumb Tailgater Sports Top 15 Football Poll - BWAC, GTC, NCTL, TVE
1. Millington
2. Almont
3. Birch Run
4. Ubly
5. Croswell-Lexington
6. Capac
7. Vassar
8. Sandusky
9. Bay City All Saints
10. Reese
11. Frankenmuth
12. Caro
13. Brown City
14. Deckerville
15. Cass City

Thumb Tailgater Sports Votes In The Thumb Sportswriters Poll
1. Millington
2. Ubly
3. Croswell-Lexington
4. Reese
5. Vassar
6. Sandusky
7. Caro
8. Brown City
9. Cass City
10. Deckerville

Podcast, Picks, & Game Of The Week

Thumb Tailgater Sports Game Of The Week features the North Huron Warriors at the Ubly Bearcats. Coverage starts at 6:30pm, this Friday, October 22nd.

The Weekly Football Games Pick 'Em Challenge is ready to!

Week 9 Edition Podcast show is now available to listen or download.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Monday Musings - Week 9 Notes

The Thumb Tailgater Sports Week 9 Edition Podcast Show will be up and ready to download or listen to by early Tuesday. 
Games of the Week to be covered on TTS will also be decided come Tuesday afternoon.

Week 8 finalized post season playoff spots in the Thumb Tailgater Sports coverage of high school football in the BWAC, TVE, GTC & NCTL leagues. And as we enter the last regular season games in Week 9, teams who have made it are now looking for more playoff points and at least a couple home games.

Teams who have made the playoffs in our area coverage:

Blue Water Area Conference
Almont Raiders - The BWAC was the most competitive leagues in our coverage area this year. It was so fierce that the BWAC title ended being a three way tie with Almont, Capac and Croswell-Lexington. In 2008 it was a four way tie! Almont is currently at 7-1, with the best record thus far in the BWAC and best since 2007 (10-1). The Raiders got a "wake up head check" earlier in the season though with a 24-19 loss by their BWAC rival Capac Chiefs. That helped as the Raiders knocked off the heavily favored Croswell-Lexington Pioneers 27-26, in overtime in Week 6. Almont also ends the season strong on the road against the Class B Onsted Wildcats (7-1). This is by far the most competitive game for Week 9 in our coverage area.
Capac Chiefs - Getting to the playoffs was the main goal for Capac and it didn't start well with an opening season loss to Fowlerville. But the Chiefs fought hard and earned that sixth win against the dangerous Yale Bulldogs 28-13 enabling the Chiefs back into the playoffs for the second straight year. That win also got Capac a share of the BWAC title. The Chiefs beat Almont in Week 2 , but got spanked by Cros-Lex the following week 41-20. They will end the regular season against Class B Pontiac Notre Dame Prep (3-4).
Croswell-Lexington Pioneers - The Pioneers were heavily favored to win the BWAC title outright. Someone forgot to tell that to Almont & Capac. Croswell-Lexington took on some stiff competition not only in the BWAC but also with an opening week loss 19-18, to Class B Dearborn Divine Child (7-1). Cros-Lex also suffered their second loss to Almont in overtime 27-26. But give credit here to the coaches and team for wanting to go for the two point conversion and the win. But it was to be denied due to the great goal line stand by the Almont Raiders. Croswell-Lexington is in the playoffs again for the third straight year and should quite potent. They end the regular season against Class B Lake Fenton (3-4).

Greater Thumb Conference
Ubly Bearcats - They won outright the Greater Thumb East title for the third year in a row, and made the post season for the 10th straight season since 2001. Ubly is also on a regular season winning streak that started back in 2007, which stands at 31 games, and could be at 32 if they defeat North Huron this coming Friday. This is a different young Ubly team with a small number of returning veteran players from the 2008 state final team and last years semi-final team. But they look dominant, and could at least make it through the second round!
Sandusky Redskins - They could be undefeated themselves at this point, but their first two games of the season where they held good strong leads against Ubly & Cass City took that away. Since then, the Redskins went on a six game win streak and got themselves into the playoffs for the second straight year. Sandusky ends their regular season hosting the winless Bad Axe Hatchets.
Reese Rockets - Reese made the playoffs with a win in Week 6, but then were shocked with a Week 8 loss to Class D school, Bay City All Saints who also helped Vassar gain a share of the title with the Rockets. The cracks began to show as the GTW teams begun to chip away at the Rockets dominance early in the year, and culminated with the All Saints finally tearing the wall down. Rockets have a tough landing at the end of the season hosting Class B Ovid-Elsie (5-3), who need to win for the post season.
Vassar Vulcans - The "Gods Of Fire" were doused in Week 1 with a loss to Caro, and again in against Reese in Week 4. But since then the Vulcans tore it up and hammered their way into the post season and also a share of the Greater Thumb West title, with thankful help from the Bay City All Saints. Will Vassar be sending cupcakes at another sports pundit this year to? The Vulcans will be looking to score major playoff points against the Class B Frankenmuth Eagles (4-4), to end the season.
Bay City All Saints Cougars - The GTW proved once again that it is the "Wild West" of the Thumb. Bay City All Saints pulled off the big upset against Reese in Week 8 with a 28-14 victory and helped Vassar get that title share. This Class D size school suffered from early losses to Unionville-Sebewaing and Vassar in Weeks 2 & 3. But the Cougars started to improve and got stronger, clawing their way to a playoff spot earning bonus points agains Class C size teams. All Saints end the season against Class D Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary Cardinals (5-3) who need a must win for the post season.

North Central Thumb League
Deckerville Eagles - The Eagles returned to the North Central Thumb League and had no problem rolling through the season. They won games by a large margin and triumphantly walked away with the NCTL title and also in that same Week 6 earned that playoff spot early! It was a good thing as the nightmare has begun! Back to back losses to Marlette & Ubly has some pundits scratching their thinking caps as the Eagles enter Week 9 against a competitive Class C Lincoln Alcona (4-4) team who seeks revenge for last years loss to Deckerville. However - this is their sixth straight playoff appearance, and have been to the postseason 15 times in the past 17 years. Still pretty remarkable!

Tri-Valley East 
Millington Cardinals - Millington won the TVE title outright and not share it for the first time since 1998. It was a battle to get that title with their league opponents. However, with last years top running back leading the way again in the backfield for the Cardinals they looked poised to make another run in the post season. But they do have a tough season ending game against a hungry Class B (5-3) Otisville-Lakeville Falcons team who needs to win to get into the playoffs. The Cardinals need to win if they want to open with home game. Millington's lone loss of the season so far came in Week 4 against Montrose, 19-14.
Birch Run Panthers - Birch Run pounced on every team and ripped their way into the playoffs. This is a happy year for them as they have not been to the post season since 2006, and were one win away from the state finals in 2005. With only one loss thus far by a touchdown to rival Millington, the Panthers look to make some noise in their return. Birch Run would like to claim the Panther name as they end their regular season the tough (4-4) Class B Mount Morris Panthers.

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Saturday Afternoon H.S. Football

Thumb Tailgater Sports will be presenting a Saturday afternoon high school football game today (Oct.16th, 2010).  It features the Memphis Yellowjackets at the Peck Pirates for a homecoming event! Coverage starts at 1:30pm with the pregame show. Lots to talk about as Week 9 fast approaches with the end of the regular season and the start of playoffs!

Friday, October 15, 2010

Week 8 H.S. Final Scores

Memphis 26, Peck 8
Brown City 55,  Marlette 20 (Red Raiders eliminated from postseason)
Ubly 40, Deckerville 0 (31 straight regular season wins for Bearcats)
Sandusky 12, Unionville-Sebewaing 0 (Redskins in the playoffs)
Bay City All Saints 21, Reese 14  MHSAA   or 28-14? MLive
The Saints go marching in to the playoffs and helps Vulcans! Reese shares GTW title with Vassar!

Cass City 46, EPBP Lakers 6
Vassar 56, Bad Axe 6 (Vulcans get share of GTW title & playoffs)
Harbor Beach 48, Mayville 6
North Huron 33, Kingston 32
Almont 42, Armada 0 (Almont three way tie w/Capac & Cros-Lex for BWAC title)
Capac 28, Yale 13 (Yale eliminated from postseason, Capac gets share of BWAC)
Croswell-Lexington 45, Richmond 7 (Pioneers in playoffs & share of BWAC title)
Algonac 42, Imlay City 0
Caro 19, Essexville-Garber 7
Birch Run 36, North Branch 13 (Broncos ousted from playoffs)
Goodrich 38, Frankenmuth 15 (Eagles out of postseason)
Millington 69, Bridgeport 6 (Cardinals win outright TVE title)

Ann Arbor Eastern Washentaw 40, Akron-Fairgrove 26
Carsonville-Pt Sanilac 41, Owen-Gage 12

Week 8 H.S. Football Games - GTC, NCTL, BWAC & Tri-Valley East

Brown City 55,  Marlette 20 - Thumb Tailgater Sports  
Deckerville @ Ubly
Sandusky @ Unionville-Sebewaing
Bay City All Saints @ Reese
EPBP Lakers @ Cass City
Vassar @ Bad Axe
Mayville @ Harbor Beach
North Huron @ Kingston
Memphis @ Peck (Saturday 2pm - Thumb Tailgater Sports)
Armada @ Almont
Capac @ Yale
Croswell-Lexington @ Richmond
Algonac @ Imlay City
Caro @ Essexville-Garber
Birch Run @ North Branch
Frankenmuth @ Goodrich
Bridgeport @ Millington

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Wednesday Game Updates

Due to logistics and some test runs, we will not be able to bring a internet stream radio feed of the WLEW Cruise 102.1 FM football. Of course you can still listen to the game on the radio or we will bring you scoring updates on Thumb Tailgater Sports live on Friday night. Sorry but we tried and it didn't work out.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Tuesday Top Team Football Polls - After Week 7

Here is the Week 7 Ending Top Football Polls. Let the complaining began!

Thumb Sports Writers Asssociation Top 10 Poll
1. Reese - 47 pts (3)
2. Millington - 45pts (1)
3. Ubly - 43pts (1)
4. Croswell-Lexington - 35pts
5. Vassar - 30pts
6. Sandusky - 25pts
7. Deckerville - 15pts
8. Marlette - 13pts
9. Unionville-Sebewaing 11pts
10. North Branch - 10pts
Honorable Mention:  Caro - 1pt

Votes are casted by: Thumb Tailgater Sports - Eddie Fury; Huron Daily Tribune Sports - Paul Adams; Tuscola County Advertiser Sports - Chad Wingert; WLEW Cruise 102.1 Sports Broadcaster - Rick Glaza; WIDL 92.1 Sports Commentator - Christian Selich
First Place Votes earns 10pts, Second 9pts, and so on....
Teams excluded from this poll are - Memphis, Frankenmuth, Bay City All Saints, and most of BWAC & Tri-Valley East teams. This is a thumb area football team poll. Other polls may include excluded teams in other publications.

Thumb Tailgater Sports T-S-A Vote
1. Millington
2. Reese
3. Ubly
4. Croswell-Lexington
5. Vassar
6. Sandusky
7. Marlette
8. Deckerville
9. North Branch
10. Unionville-Sebewaing

Thumb Tailgater Sports Top 15 - GTC, NCTL, BWAC & Tri-Valley East
1. Millington
2. Almont
3. Reese
4. Ubly
5. Birch Run
6. Croswell-Lexington
7. Capac
8. Vassar
9. Frankenmuth
10. Sandusky
11. Marlette
12. Deckerville
13. Yale
14. North Branch
15. Bay City All Saints

Podcast Show - Week 8 Edition

More babble from some local sports geeks! The Week 8 Edition of the Podcast Show is now available to download or listen to.
Here is the Week 8 Podcast Show featuring Paul Adams, Sports Writer of the Huron Daily Tribune.
Also don't forget to make your Week 8 Picks! There is a major twist to this weeks contest and involves your math skills.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Monday Notes - Week 8

Week 7 thumb area high school football added some pressure for teams this coming Week 8! 
Thumb Tailgater Sports will be covering the very hot Marlette Red Raiders as they pursue their quest for the postseason. Marlette (4-3) pulled off a dramatic win over the formerly undefeated Deckerville Eagles (6-1), 21-20. Now Marlette faces off against the Brown City Greendevils (3-4). Coverage starts at 6:30pm.
We are still deciding if we will have a second game to cover on Friday night. However some of the personnel will be free this weekend. Even though both Peck (1-5) & Memphis (1-6) are having a very down year, there is always something special about going to a Saturday afternoon homecoming football game at Peck. Coverage starts at 1:30pm! 
The Week 8 Edition of the TTS Podcast show will be available come Tuesday. Once again Huron Daily Tribune Sports Writer/Reporter Paul Adams will join the show.
**Added note - we were going to cover the Deckerville @ Ubly game this Friday night; but with already two radio media outlets presenting the game, we felt it would be a better service to cover another game for our sports fans. We are working on maybe getting an internet stream of the game for the out of radio listening area folks though...stay tuned for the develpoments on that.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Week 7 Final Scores - GTC, NCTL, BWAC & Tri-Valley East

Sandusky 27, Harbor Beach 12  
Reese 29, Unionville-Sebewaing 0
Marlette 21, @ Deckerville 20 
Ubly 30, Brown City 6 
Vassar 46, Cass City 6
EPBP Lakers 43, Bad Axe 8
Bay City All Saints 54, @ Mayville 13
Croswell-Lexington 54, Armada 6 
Yale 25, Richmond 0
Capac 40, Algonac 27
Almont 49, Imlay City 0
Saginaw Buena Vista 26, Kingston 20
North Huron 28, Memphis 20
Peck 2, Twining Arenac Eastern 0 - Forfeit, injuries force forfeit
Millington 34, @ Frankenmuth 26 
Birch Run 56, Caro 7
North Branch 58, Bridgeport 18
Lake Fenton 33, Essexville-Garber 32

Bellaire 57, Owen-Gage 32
Carsonville-Pt Sanilac 39, Akron-Fairgrove 0

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Thumb Sports Writers Top 10 - H.S. Football

Top 10 Ending after Week 6
1. Reese - 50 pts. (5)
2. Ubly - 44 pts.
3. Millington - 41 pts.
4. Cros-Lex - 33 pts.
5. Deckerville - 32 pts.
6. Vassar - 23 pts.
7. Sandusky - 18 pts.
T8. Caro - 10 pts.
T8. USA - 10 pts.  
10. Cass City - 7 pts.

HM: Marlette - 2, North Branch - 1

THUMB TAILGATER SPORTS TOP 10 (As voted in the TSA Poll)
1. Reese
2. Millington
3. Ubly
4. Deckerville
5. Cros-Lex
6. Vassar
7. USA
8. Sandusky
9. Marlette
10. Cass City

Thumb Tailgater Sports - Top 15 (Consisting of BWAC, GTC, NCTL, Tri-Valley)
1. Reese
2. Millington
3. Ubly
4. Almont
5. Birch Run
6. Frankenmuth
7. Deckerville
8. Croswell-Lexington
9. Capac
10. Vassar
11. Unionville-Sebewaing
12. Sandusky
13. Marlette
14. Bay City All Saints
15. Yale

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Double Coverage This Week & Part 2 Podcast Show

Thumb Tailgater Sports has double coverage of live high school football in Week 7. Sticking to the eastern side of the thumb area with a couple teams that need must wins for the postseason.
The games that we will present....
The Sandusky Redskins (4-2) are at the Harbor Beach Pirates (3-3). The Pirates area coming off a tough loss to the Marlette Red Raiders (3-3), and need to win out through the rest of the season for playoff hopes. Sandusky is coming off a big win over Brown City (3-3), and on a four game winning streak. They Redskins also need to win and not make any more difficult for the postseason.
NCTL Champions - Deckerville Eagles (6-0) finally get a good true test against the Marlette Red Raiders. Deckerville has a lock in the playoffs. Marlette has to win out for the playoffs.
Coverage starts at 6:30pm for both games!
The Part 2 segment of the Week 7 Edition of the podcast show is now available to. Endless talk and yapping about local area football...

Monday, October 4, 2010

Week 7 Notes

Week 7 is here! Thumb Tailgater Sports will be covering the Sandusky at Harbor Beach high school football game this Friday night. Coverage starts at 6:30pm!
Still trying to decided if and what other game we will webcast live this week also. That decision should be made by Tuesday.
The Week 7 Edition of the Podcast show is available to listen or download. Part 1 features once again Sports Writer of the Huron Daily Tribune - Paul Adams.
Part 2 will be available on Tuesday and will have WLEW Sports Broadcaster Rick Glaza has the special guest.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Week 6 Final Scores - H.S. Football: Thumb & Blue Water Area

Greater Thumb Conference
Sandusky 20, Brown City 16
Marlette 45, Harbor Beach 36
Vassar 34, Unionville-Sebewaing 20
Bay City All Saints 26, Cass City 18
Reese 55, EPBP Lakers 16
Ubly 56, Bad Axe 22

North Central Thumb League
Deckerville 48, Memphis 0
Kingston 27, Peck 24
Mio Au Sable 60, North Huron 8

Blue Water Area Conference 
Almont 27, Croswell-Lexington 26 - O.T.
Capac 26, Armada 21
Algonac 28, Richmond 22
Yale 56, Imlay City 14

Tri-Valley East
Millington 40, Caro 12
North Branch 49, Durand 16
Frankenmuth 49, Bridgeport 8
Birch Run 34, Essexville-Garber 6

8 Man Football
Ann Arbor Central Academy @ Carsonville-Pt Sanilac
Eastern Washentaw 52, Owen-Gage 12
Akron-Fairgrove 58, Flint Michigan School Deaf 8 (Thursday game)