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On to the quarterfinals

A number of local teams survived and have advance to the quarterfinals of the MHSAA football tournament. Here is a look at scores from Friday.


Division 1:


Brighton 14 Flint Carman Ainsworth 34


Division 2: 


Midland Dow 28 Midland High 56


Division 3:


Sault Ste. Marie @ Mt. Pleasant *Saturday 3 p.m.


Linden 14 DeWitt 27


Division 4:


Ogemaw Heights 27 Cadillac 35


Saginaw Swan Valley 54 Essexville Garber 28


Lake Fenton 14 Lansing Sexton 32


Division 5:


Gladwin 0 Standish-Sterling 26


Millington 33 Frankenmuth 29


Division 6:


Maple City Glen Lake 7 Ithaca 42


Saginaw Nouvel 6 Montrose 20


Flint Beecher @ Madison Heights Madison


Division 7:


Lake City @ Lincoln Alcona *Saturday 1 p.m.


Pewamo-Westphalia 20 Carson City-Crystal 14


Bath 7 Harbor Beach 49


Division 8:


Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart 0 Beal City 38


Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 28 New Lothrop 41


8 Player Tournament:


Owendale-Gagetown 22 Kinde-North Huron 64


Carsonville Port Sanilac 7 Peck 31


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On to the quarterfinals

Monday, November 11 2013, 09:41 AM EST

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