Archive | January, 2014

Southeastern Remains Undefeated in PSL. Top Cass Tech 57-51.

30 Jan

The last time the Jungaleers of Detroit Southeastern traveled to Cass Tech to take on the Technicians was in last year’s city semi-final, where SE had their hearts broken on a controversial last-second tip-in by future Youngstown State commit Kyle Steward.  Eager to exercise the demons of that loss, Southeastern took the rematch on Wednesday by a 57-51 decision.  The Jungaleers came out and set the tempo early, leading 16-8 after one.  In the second quarter, emotions started to run high on both squads as one technical foul a piece was granted, Cass eventually led 29-27 at the half.  Moving to the fourth quarter, the last CT lead would come with 6:00 left in the fourth after senior Kenny Carpenter nailed a three to put the Technicians up 47-45.  However, it would be the last lead Cass would have for the rest of the game, as the senior trio of Leonard Harper-Baker, Darryl Bingham, and D’Cari Charleston stepped up their play in the final minutes of the game to score just enough to outlast CT.  Cass would eventually have the ball left down three with 11.8 seconds to go, but Kenny Carpenter turned the ball over, giving the ball back to SE to put the game away at the charity stripe.

Darryl Bingham paced Southeastern with a game high 19 points, and ten rebounds.  Fellow senior D’Cari Charleston stepped with 16 big point for the Junagleers and wing Leonard Harper-Baker chipped in with 13 points, including two threes.  CT was led by Kenny Carpenter with 17 points, and both Sharif Black and Mike Laster chipped in with 9 points.

With the win, Southeastern improves to 6-0 in the PSL’s East Division, with a huge game looming at Pershing on January 31st.  Cass Tech now falls to 4-2 in the West Division, one game behind leader Renaissance at 5-1.  And interestingly enough, the two teams play for superiority in the West on the 31st as well.

Mt. Clemens Senior Dorian Armstorng Talks Season So Far

28 Jan

New haven's #11 Joshua Mills and Mt. Clemens' #32 battle for loose ball.The Mt. Clemens Bathers are a perfect 11-0 on the season.  Ranked number one in Class C and top 5 in the state, few too little teams have proved strong enough to challenge the Bathers for an entire game.  The key for Mt. Clemens this year has been their depth at each position on the court.  From Josh McFolley, Tarayle Cate, and Jermaine Jackson Jr. in the the backcourt, to Gerald Blackshear, Charles Penn and Tariiq Jones up front, however, the one player that is the anchor of Mt. Clemens’ system is 6’6″ 205 pound senior forward Dorian Armstrong.

One of two seniors in the starting lineup for Mt. Clemens, Dorian has been a automatic double-double machine so far this season, averaging ten points and 12 rebound a game this year, including a triple-double against Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills with 16 points, 13 rebounds, and 11 blocks.  He notes that his biggest attributes for Mt. Clemens is rebounding, playing defense and bringing constant energy,  but as the only senior of a talented front-court, Armstrong has a special and unique role for his teammates.

“My role is just being a leader and role model for the young guys on the team,” said Dorian, “and just be more vocal.”

Mt. Clemens has finished with a winning record over the past seven seasons, but have enjoyed startling success with the arrival of head coach Jermaine Jackson last season.  Jackson, a high school star at Detroit’s Finney High School and college standout at U of D Mercy, played in the NBA for about seven seasons with the Detroit Pistons, Toronto Raptors, Atlanta Hawks, New York Knicks, and Milwaukee Bucks.  In 2012-2013, coach Jackson led the Bathers to a 21-2 record before bowing out to eventually Class C champion Flint Beecher in the regional final.  Jackson’s effect on his players goes far beyond wins and losses on the hardwood, it’s the constant practice for achieving long term success in life that Armstrong appreciates in Jackson.

“He does so much for me and the team, he’s like a father figure to us” said Armstrong.  “He brought a lot of life to the program, especially for me because before he came, going to college to play ball didn’t seem realistic because my skill and talent wasn’t getting seen or noticed, but all that has changed apon his arrival.”

The recruiting process for Dorian started to increase during the summer, when he began to receive interest from schools like Austin Peay and Ferris State in Michigan.  But with his standout play so far this season, the main schools showing interest in Dorian’s abilities include Wayne State, Aquinas University and Siena Heights.  Dorian notes that he has always loved the programs at the University of Michigan, and University of Kentucky, and wants to make his college decision based on qualities of those two successful programs.

“Making a decision would be based off how I like the program, the environment of the school, and just wanting to go to a winning program.”

For now, Dorian can set aside all the recruiting talk, as the Bathers head down the season stretch, looking to gain momentum for what they believe to be a long, and deep playoff run in March.  The team that has been picked to challenge Mt. Clemens in Class C all year has been Detroit Consortium, with 2016 star wing Josh Jackson.  If the two teams handle their business in both district and regional play, the two squads would meet up in the state quarterfinal at West Bloomfield.  However, Armstrong and his teammates don’t listen to the outside world, and want to take this season one day at a time.

“We don’t pay any attention to the talk” said Armstrong, “we just go out and play every game hard and we just play for each other.”

If Mt. Clemens is able to win a state championship this year, it would be the first in the school’s history.  It would also be special for the current group of seniors, who have been through both the thick and thin to get to where they are today.  For Armstrong and his fellow 12th graders,  a state title would be the culmination of a four year long journey that could not end any more satisfying.

“It would mean a lot (a state title)” said Dorian, “not only me but the rest of my teammates and the coaching staff because that’s all we have been working towards the pass two years.”  “All the running, long days or practice, and hard work would finally pay off with us holding that trophy at the end of March, that would mean the world to me.”

Class of 2014 Rankings (Winter 2013-2014)

27 Jan

Justin-Tillman-photoThis is the last ranking for the 2014 class in Michigan.  This ranking has 11 commits overall, 10 division one, and one division two class.  As the senior class heads towards the finish line and into the playoffs, the highly coveted Mr. Basketball award will be given out to the state’s top player, and similar to in years past, it will be difficult to determine a clear cut winner.

1. Justin Tillman (6’7″ forward Pershing) Virginia Commonwealth Commit

2. Edmond Sumner (6’4″ point guard Detroit Country Day) Xavier Commit

3. Aaron Foster-Smith (6’7″ wing/forward Taylor Truman)  U of D Mercy Commit

4. Yante Maten (6’8″ power forward Bloomfield Hills)

5. Deshaun Thrower (6’1″ point guard Muskegon) Stoney Brook Commit

6. Jaylen Johnson (6’9″ power forward Ypsilanti) University of Louisville Commit

7. Darrell Davis (6’5″ combo guard Frederick Douglass) Dayton Commit

8. Mar’Qywell Jackson  (6’6″ guard/forward East English Village)

9. Mory Diane (6’3″ wing Pershing)

10. Jaleel Hogan (6’7″ power forward/center Mt. Pleasant) U of D Mercy Commit

11. Luke Meyer (6’10” power forward Addison) Central Michigan Commit

12. Mike Laster (6’4″ guard/wing Cass Tech)

13. Kris Clyburn (6’5″ guard/wing Romulus)

14. DaRohn Scott (6’9″ power forward/center Grand Rapids Christian)

15. Leonard Harper-Baker (6’5″ wing Detroit Southeastern)

16. Ja’Christian Biles (6’2″ guard/wing Oak Park)

17. Tyrone Acuff (6’6″ guard/forward Detroit King)

18. Darryl Bingham (6’5″ forward Detroit Southeastern)

19. Kenny Carpenter (6’5″ guard/wing Cass Tech)

20. Pakiya Ellis (6’2″ combo guard Detroit Allen Academy)

21. Terell Hales (6’4″ wing Frederick Douglass) Cleveland State Commit

22. Dequandre Dentmond (6’8″ forward Lansing Eastern)

23. Jordan Nobles (6’8″ forward Canton) Eastern Michigan University Commit

24. Justice Green (6’0″ point guard Flint Carman-Ainsworth)

25. Tyron Hamby (6’1″ combo guard Romulus)

26. Rashaud Orange (6’4″ forward Grand Rapids Union) Grand Valley State Commit

27. Ronald Booth (5’9″ point guard Detroit Consortium)

28. Anthony Warley-Fritz (6’7″ power forward Taylor Truman)

29. Charles Keys (6’6″ forward Cass Tech)

30. Keon Addison (6’1″ point guard Saginaw)

Thanks to Jeff McKinney for helping out in this ranking.

Follow Jeff on Twitter: @McKinneysWorld

Class of 2015 Rankings (Winter 2013-2014)

27 Jan

thCA01NQ5LThe 2015 class in Michigan is dominated with tall, long athletic guards and wings that are matchup nightmares.  This class still has one more year of AAU to develop their individual games, and it will be interesting to see how each player in 2015 develops their individual games to become much more complete well-rounded players.

1. Eric Davis (6’3″ point guard Saginaw Arthur Hill)

2. Deyonta Davis (6’9″ center Muskegon)

3. Jeron Rogers (6’7″ wing/forward North Farmington)

4. Nick Perkins (6’7″ power forward Milan)

5. Bradley Brechting (6’9″ power forward/center Cedar Springs)

6. Seth Dugan (6’11” center Otsego)

7. Xavier Cochran (6’4″ wing Ann Arbor Huron)

8. Marquel Ingram (6’2″ combo guard Pershing)

9. Deleon Brown (6’2″ combo guard Grand Rapids Christian)

10. Josh Davis (6’4″ wing Detroit Henry Ford)

11. Gerald Blackshear (6’7″ power forward Mt. Clemens)

12. Ted McCree (6’3″ combo guard Orchard Lake St. Mary’s)

13. Derek Murphy (6’5″ wing Warren Mott)

14. Bakari Evelyn (6’2″ point guard Southfield Christian)

15. Brandon Childress (6’4″ wing Baldwin)

16. Jaylin Walker (6’2″ wing Romulus)

17. L.J. James (6’6″ forward Wayland)

18. Corey Redman (6’5″ forward Boyne City)

19. Rodney Scales (6’6″ power forward Oak Park)

20. Latin Davis (5’10” point guard Milan)

21. Jaire Grayer (6’4″ wing Flint Southwestern)

22. Josh McFolley (6’0″ combo guard Mt. Clemens)

23. Khari Willis (5’10” combo guard Jackson Lumen Christi)

24. Rob Edwards (6’2″ combo guard Cass Tech)

25. Andia Marsh (5’10” point guard Taylor Kennedy)

26. Charles Penn (6’6″ wing Mt. Clemens)

27. Brent Hibbits (6’6″ wing Hudsonville)

28. Armani Lee (6’4″ wing Detroit King)

29. Daniel Jeffries (6’6″ wing Detroit Central)

30. Tanner Eubank (6’2″ combo guard Paw Paw)

Thanks to Jeff McKinney for helping out in these rankings.

Follow Jeff on Twitter: @McKinneysWorld

Class of 2016 Rankings (Winter 2013-2014)

26 Jan

DSCN1860With not only the best player in the state, but also one of in the nation, the depth of the 2016 class in Michigan is hard to realize.  With a good mix of wings, forwards, and guards, nearly all of the members in the class will get looks to go division one, and if they don’t, there will be some really solid division two players in this ranking.  The 2016 class in Michigan has the potential to be one of if not the best in Michigan’s storied hoops history.

1. Josh Jackson (6’7″ wing Detroit Consortium)

2. Cassius Winston (6’1″ point guard U of D Jesuit)

3. Corey Allen (6’2″ point guard Ypsilanti)

4. Algevon Eichelberger (6’7″ forward Saginaw)

5. Austin Davis (6’9″ power forward/center Onstead)

6. Devon Daniels (6’4″ wing Kalamazoo Central)

7. Kyle Woodruff (6’2″ point guard Holly)

8. Kamari Newman (6’3″ shooting guard East English Village)

9. Brailen Neely (5’8″ point guard Detroit Western)

10. Ty Groce (6’6″ wing Ypsilanti Lincoln)

11. Kelvon Fuller (6’7″ forward Oak Park)

12. Justin Turner (6’2″ point guard Detroit Renaissance)

13. James Towns (6’0″ point guard Detroit Henry Ford)

14. Tristan Jackson (6’2″ combo guard West Bloomfield)

15. Billy Thomas (5’10” combo guard U of D Jesuit)

16. D’Angelo Hansbro (6’0″ combo guard Romulus)

17. Marlo Brown (6’3″ wing Southfield Christian)

18. Cedric Lattimore (6’4″ guard/forward East English Village)

19. Terrance Sewell (6’1″ combo guard Detroit Northwestern)

20. Jalen Martin (6’3″ wing Harper Woods Chandler Park Academy)

21. Gage Kreski (6’3″ wing St. Ignace)

22. Kareem Murray (6’2″ combo guard Detroit Western)

23. Michael Peterson (6’5″ forward Rockford)

24. Alaric Jackson (6’5″ forward Detroit Renaissance)

25. Jason Williams (6’0″ combo guard Detroit Allen Academy)

26.  Kevin McKay (6’3″ guard/forward Warren De La Salle)

27. Quinn Erway (6’2″ combo guard Saginaw Heritage)

28. William Deuparo (5’10” point guard Lincoln Park)

29. Daniel Pippen (6’6″ forward Detroit Allen Academy)

30. Luster Johnson (6’0″ combo guard Detroit Consortium)

Thanks to Jeff McKinney for helping out in these rankings.

Follow Jeff on Twitter: @McKinneysWorld

 

Class of 2017 Rankings (Winter 2013-2014)

26 Jan

00000This class is halfway through their freshman campaigns, and still, a lot will be sorted out in final months.  Regardless, this class has the potential to be a very solid class come senior year.

1. Brian Bowen (6’5″ wing Saginaw Arthur Hill)

2. Jermaine Jackson Jr. (5’6″ PG Mt. Clemens)

3. Xavier Tillman (6’5″ forward Forest Hills Central)

4. William Weems (6’7″ forward Detroit Western)

5. Eke Donatus (6’8″ power forward U of D Jesuit)

6. Donnie Tillman (6’6″ forward Cass Tech)

7. Jaron Faulds (6’7″ forward Holt)

8. Amauri Hardy (6’2″ guard Southfield)

9. Armonee Felder (5’7″ guard Pershing)

10. Levane Blake (6’7″ forward Flint Beecher)

11. Ronquavious Southward (5’10” guard Saginaw)

12. Gregory Elliot (6’0″ guard East English Village)

13. Dylan Anderson (6’3″ guard Davison)

14. Isaiah Livers (6’6″ forward Kalamazoo Central)

15. Jamal Cain (6’5″ forward Melvindale ABT)

16. Malik Ellison (5’8″ guard Flint Beecher)

17. Matt Beachler (5’9″ guard Lowell)

18. Elijah Smith (6’4″ guard Melvindale ABT)

19. Christian Rodriguez (5’8″ guard Wyoming Godwin Heights)

20. Leroy Brown (5’9″ guard Saginaw Arthur Hill)

21. Jack Ballantyne (6’7″ forward Warren De La Salle)

22. Greg Mike (6’6″ forward U of D Jesuit)

23. Keion Epps (6’3″ forward Frederick Douglass)

24. Brock Washington (6’3″ guard Southfield Christian)

25. Evan Tebay (5’10” guard Detroit Catholic Central)

26. Ray Mungo Jr. (6’3″ guard Romulus)

27. Bobby Thompson Jr. (5’8″ guard River Rouge)

28. Marlin Talley (5’8″ point guard)

29. Jalen Stokes (6’3″ guard Detroit Edison)

30. Michael Smith (6’3″ guard Detroit Public Safety Academy)

Thanks to Jeff McKinney for helping out in these rankings.  Follow Jeff on Twitter: @McKinneysWorld

1/20-10/25 Week Recap

26 Jan

TruAaronfostersmith-CWith so many high quality games this week, I figured it would be better to tell you the standouts in a one whole week summary of the games.  Games were effected by school closings on Friday due to the bitter cold and snow.  Regardless, it was another high quality week of basketball in Michigan.

Consortium 79 Romulus 72

Everybody wants to talk about Consortium sophomore wing Josh Jackson, and rightfully so.  Jackson is who many believe to be the number one player in the state of Michigan, had another solid performance for the Cougars with 30 points and 14 rebounds.  However, it was not just Jackson who got Consortium this win.  Senior point guard Ronald Booth played clutch all game long, he had his mid-range off the bounce shooting going, that really kept Romulus off balance on defense.  Ronald also hit a few big free throws down the stretch to put the game on ice, and had 18 points in the win.  Aggressive scoring sophomore guard Luster Johnson, who is always looking for ways to drive to the basket, pitched in with 12 points for the Cougars as well.

Romulus was led by 6’1″ senior point guard Tyron Hamby with a game high 23 points.  The senior Hamby is undoubtedly one of the most underrated guards in the state.  Every time I watch Hamby, either during the summer league or AAU, it always looks like he adds something new to his game.  Hamby has become a dangerous mid-range jump shooter, he hit a few off-balanced shots fading away from the basket, a signature move of Kobe Bryant.  Tryon also is a reliable defender and a good athlete for the Eagles, with the ability to play off-the ball as well on offense.

6’5″ wing Kris Clyburn is another player for the Eagles that has made tremendous strides for the Eagles.  Clyburn has gone from being strictly a three point shooter, which he can still do effectively, that stood in the corner to a wing that can slash and get to the basket.  His ball-handling skills have improved greatly, he took one the length of the court for a layup for one example.  But he also looked to score in the half court set with some aggressive drives to the basket, and watch out for Kris’ athleticism, he has sneaky hops and can jump out of the gym if you forget about him.  Clyburn had 21 point, and three threes for Romulus.

University of Detroit Jesuit 75 Warren De La Salle 57

One of the best rivalries in the state over the past few years turned into a blowout as the Cubs took the inside lead for the CHSL Central Division title.  Last time I saw U of D play, 6’0″ sophomore guard Billy Thomas opened up the game with three three-pointers in a win over Loyola.  Against De La Salle, Thomas did the same thing, spotting up from his favorite position of the floor, the wing, and launching three vital shots that set the tempo for the Cubs early on in the game.  Thomas didn’t shoot as much in the second half, but still finished with a game high 22 to lead U of D.  Thomas passed the scoring torch over to fellow 2016 guard Cassius Winston in  the third quarter, who scored 10 of his 16 points in the second half.  As said in earlier reports, the game comes so easy to Winston.  He always seems to play one step ahead of every players on the court.  He can set up any teammate on the floor, get to the basket whenever he wants, and has improved his defense greatly compared to his freshman season.  To go along with his 16 points, he had 7 rebounds, and dished out 8 assists.

The x-factor for U of D tonight was the play of 6’3″ senior Nick Mutebi.  U of D tallest player is listed at 6’5″, which forces Nick with the height of a guard to play down low on the block.  Last year, Mutebi was brought in to the game to provide energy for U of D.  This year, Nick has developed into a quality starter that is never short of hustle and spark.  He always seems to be around the ball, and is a good around the basket type of player,  finishing with 12 points, 10 in the first half, and hauled down 4 rebounds, due to foul trouble.

Taylor Truman 67 Allen Park Inter-City Baptist 58

On a night where Truman forward and U of D Mercy commit Aaron Foster-Smith eclipsed the 1,000 point mark for his high school career, top ten in Class A Truman rallied from a halftime defect to defeat top 5 ranked in Class D Inter-City Baptist.  As star players are supposed to do,  Aaron took the game over in the fourth quarter when his team needed it.  His 5-0 run by himself put Truman up 57-54 with 3:08 to go in the final quarter for good.  Foster-Smith finished with a game high 26 points and seven rebounds.  While Aaron did the scoring load for Truman, the man who dished out the assists was athletic senior point guard Devain Newbill.  Newbill came out in the second half and got 5 of his game high 8 highly-creative assists when Truman need it most, to go along with pouring in 12 points.  Newbill also did as well as a job a player can do when defending Inter-City Baptist’s star Evan Kraatz, holding him to only 7 points on the night, with 0 coming in the second half.

To lead Inter-City Baptist, 6’4″ junior wing Luke barber chipped in with 17 points.  Barber hit 3 three pointers in the game, and did all he could to keep ICB in the game before Foster-Smith took the game in the fourth quarter.  Luke has a honey-sweet shooting form, and with his 6’4″ body, allows him to shoot over the top of taller defenders.  He’s not going to take opponents to the rim like wings of today would, but when he develops his entire offensive game, it will start to become pick your poison with Barber.

Mt. Clemens 2015 SG Josh McFolley Talks First Offer

24 Jan

MtClemensHoops_0-fullMt. Clemens 2015 SG Josh McFolley has been labeled as the best pure three-point shooter in Michigan so far this season.  The junior lefty is dangerous as soon as he cross half-court with a hand down man down mentality.  McFolley recently received his first offer, coming from Florida A&M, yesterday who also offered his backcourt mate, 2017 Jermaine Jackson Jr.

Josh was thankful for the interest A&M has showed in him, stating “It feels great to know that someone is interested in me.”  McFolley is currently doing research on the school, to see what kind of educational programs the school offers.

Now on the basketball court, most assume Josh as only a shooter, but McFolley sees him self transitioning differently at the next level.  He says he can play both guard positions in college, he has already improved his athleticism tremendously over the Summer, and is becoming more dangerous when attacking the rim off the bounce.

He hasn’t taken any visits to colleges yet, but he expects to soon, receiving letters of interest from Lehigh, Oakland, and Eastern Michigan.  Josh stills has 1 1/2 more years of high school basketball left, and already knows what will go into making his college decision.  “The best fit for me (College),” McFolley said, “would be a the school that has the program I’m interested in, being able to play as soon as I get there, and also having a good feel for the school”

Josh and his fellow Mt. Clemens Bathers are currently undefeated at 10-0, and are legitimate competitors in Class C for a state title.

Biggest Stock Risers Midway Through the Year

24 Jan

Below is a list of players that have exceeded expectations half-way through the season, and will be key contributors to their teams come playoff time.  No particular order.

Leonard Harper-Baker (2014 6’5″ wing Detroit Southeastern)

Pakiya Ellis (2014 6’2″ PG Detroit Allen Academy)

Tyron Hamby (2014 6’1″ PG Romulus)

Kris Clyburn (2014 6’5″ wing Romulus)

Keyon Addison (2014 6’1″ PG Saginaw)

Anthony Wartley-Fritz (2014 6’7″ PF/C Taylor Truman)

Ronald Booth (2014 5’9″ PG Detroit Consortium)

Deonte Bell (2014 6’1″ PG Romulus)

Tyrone Acuff (2014 wing Detroit King)

Maceo Baston (2014 6’5″ wing Detroit Country Day)

Dequandre Dentmond (2014 6’7″ PF Lansing Eastern)

Aaron Overhiser (2014 Fennville)

Armand Cartwright ( 2014 6’2″ PG Bloomfield Hills)

Brent Hibbits (2015 6’7″ wing Hudsonville)

Gerald Blackshear (2015 6’7″ forward Mt. Clemens)

Nazir Wallace (2015 6’6″ wing Detroit Country Day)

Ted McCree (2015 6’4″ combo guard Orchard Lake St. Mary’s)

Billy Thomas (2016 6’0″ combo guard U of D Jesuit)

Justin Turner ( 2016 6’2″ combo guard Detroit Renaissance)

Daniel Pippen (2016 6’6″ F/C Detroit Allen Academy)

Kamari Newman (2016 6’3″ SG East English Village)

William Deuparo (2016 5’9″ PG Lincoln Park)

Luster Johnson (2016 6’0″ SG Detroit Consortium)

Jason Williams (2016 6’0″ PG Detroit Allen Academy)

Levane Blake ( 2017 6’7″ forward Flint Beecher)

Armonee Felder (2017 5’7″ PG Detroit Pershing)

Malik Ellison (2017 5’7″ PG Flint Beecher)

Jermaine Jackson Jr. (2017 5’6″ PG Mt. Clemens)

Rob Edwards (2015 6’2″ combo guard Detroit Cass Tech)

Special thanks to Jeff McKinney on helping compile this list.

Follow on Twitter: @McKinneysWorld

Jamal Cain (2017 6’5″ forward Melvindale ABT)

Elijah Smith (2017 6’4″ forward Melvindale ABT)

 

Team Rankings Heading Into Week 7

20 Jan

images-6It’s hard to believe that the season is almost over, it feels like the pre-season rankings just came out last week.  But here we are halfway through the season, which means that transfers are noes eligible to participate in games if the players met specific requirements by the MHSAA.  The month of January is where teams are made.  The excitement of a new year is over, and the playoffs seem so far away.  It is important in January that teams find their identity, and build on it leading up to February to gain momentum heading into the playoffs.

 

Statewide Rankings

1. Muskegon

2. Pershing

3. Mt. Clemens

4. University of Detroit Jesuit

5. Detroit Consortium

6. Cass Tech

7. Romulus

8. Jackson Lumen Christi

9. Clarkston

10. Bloomfield Hills

11. Saginaw Arthur Hill

12. Taylor Truman

13. Holt

14. Wyoming Godwin Heights

15. Holland

16. Jenison

17. Southfield Christian

18. Ypsilanti Lincoln

19. Kalamazoo Central

20. Canton

21. Grand Rapids South Christian

22. Detroit Henry Ford

23. Battle Creek Central

24. Flint Carman-Ainsworth

25. Grand Blanc

26. Muskegon Heights

27. North Farmington

28. Renaissance

29. Detroit Allen Academy

30. Millington

Class A

1. Muskegon

2. Pershing

3. University of Detroit Jesuit

4. Cass Tech

5. Romulus

6. Clarkston

7. Bloomfield Hills

8. Saginaw Arthur Hill

9. Taylor Truman

10. Holt

11. Holland

12. Jenison

13. Ypsilanti Lincoln

14. Kalamazoo Central

15. Canton

16. Battle Creek Central

17. Flint Carman-Ainsworth

18. Grand Blanc

19. North Farmington

20. Renaissance

21. Warren De La Salle

22. Ann Arbor Huron

23. Ypsilanti

24. Utical Eisenhower

25. Walled Lake Central

Class B

1. Jackson Lumen Christi

2. Wyoming Godwin Heights

3. Grand Rapids South Christian

4. Detroit Henry Ford

5. Millington

6. Milan

7. Holland Christian

8. Comstock Park

9. St. Clair

10. Harper Creek Battle Creek

11. Otsego

12. Cadillac

13. Goodrich

14. Wayland

15. Yale

16. Detroit Community

17. Dundee

18. Clintondale

19. Paw Paw

20. Reed City

Class C

1. Mt. Clemens

2. Detroit Consortium

3. Muskegon Heights

4. Detroit Allen Academy

5. Southfield Bradford

6. Detroit Loyola

7. Negaunee

8. Shelby

9. Addison

10. Pewamo-Westphalia

11. Pine River Area

12. Boyne City

13. Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian

14. Melvindale ABT

15. Marlette

Class D

1. Southfield Christian

2. Powers North Central

3. Allen Park Inter-City Baptist

4. Battle Creek St. Phillip

5. Adrian Lenawee Christian

6. Detroit Westside Christian

7. Cedarville

8. Bellaire

9. Baldwin

10. Munising

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