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п»їHigh school football semifinals: Son of Swami makes his picks.
Highlights from Belleville's regional finals playoff win over West Bloomfield on Nov. 16, 2019. Detroit Free Press.
It is with a heavy heart — and empty stomach — that the Son of Swami approaches this week’s football semifinal games.
The heart has nothing to do with SOS’s overall playoff picks, although SOS isn’t pleased. The stomach comes into play with SOS’s destination this week.
You see, SOS is planning to attend the Belleville-Brighton game at Howell, which means he will not be attending the Division 1 semifinal game at Troy Athens.
The Davison-Sterling Heights Stevenson game should be good, but that really isn’t important here. The problem is SOS won’t be able to eat at the Athens’ concession stand, clearly the best concession stand in North America.
Grill master Rich Maziasz sent SOS the menu for Saturday’s game and the Athens Athletic Boosters have outdone themselves.
In addition to the world-famous Bobby D Specialty Burger — a cheeseburger with pulled pork and cole slaw, honoring Athens athletic director Bob Dowd — they have added the Fulchenator, a cheeseburger with Swiss cheese, pastrami and cole slaw, in recognition of district athletic director Tim Fulcher.
And then there's the MacChesky, a hamburger with four-cheese mac 'n' cheese, named for superintendent Dr. Richard Machesky.
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The concession stand also features the standard fare of regular hamburgers, hot dogs and pizza, as well as anything you could possibly want to drink, including Cherry Coke and Diet Coke, which can be mixed on the soda dispenser.
A year ago, on SOS’s recommendation, former Detroit Catholic Central All-State player Ken Wandzel ate two Bobby D burgers and is still raving about it.
But SOS is turning his back on all of that to go to Howell, where athletic director John Young is now on the clock to get his concession stand in order.
SOS is coming off a 24-8 (75%) performance in the regional finals, raising his playoff record to 162-62 (72%).
Here are SOS’s semifinal selections, made while trying to figure out a way to get the Athens Athletic Boosters to add a delivery service.
All games are at 1 p.m. Saturday unless otherwise noted.
Division 1.
Brighton (10-2) vs. Belleville (12-0) at Howell: SOS understands that the past two times these teams have met, the game has come down to the final play. All SOS wants to know is, how does Brighton cover Deion Burks? Who blocks Damon Payne? Does anyone want to throw the ball near Andre Seldon? Belle Tire 33, Brighton Beach Memoires 23.
Utica Eisenhower quarterback Blake Rastigue runs the option against Davison on Nov. 15, 2019, in Ortonville. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
Sterling Heights Stevenson (8-4) vs. Davison (10-2) at Troy Athens: Stevenson, after finishing fourth in the ultra-tough MAC Red, is on the roll of all rolls. Giovanni El-Hadi has been a dominating defensive lineman for the Titans. The tough thing for the Stevenson defense — not only is Davison’s Brendan Sullivan a terrific passer, but Caleb Smith is also threat at running back. Davidson Freeway 28, Steve ‘N Son 21.
Division 2.
Muskegon Mona Shores (10-2) vs. Walled Lake Western (11-1) at Okemos: This game features a pair of outstanding quarterbacks: Mona Shores’ Caden Broersma and Western’s Zach Trainor. But Mona has no one who compares with Western receiver Abdur-Rahmaan Yaseen, who has caught 75 passes for 1,546 yards and 18 TDs. Best Western 38, Mona Row the Boat to Shore 31.
Birmingham Seaholm (9-3) vs. Detroit King (10-2) at Novi (3 p.m., Saturday) : Seaholm’s veer offense can be a nightmare to prepare for, especially the way QB Caleb Knoer runs the show and the way Chaz Strecker plays with reckless abandon. But King’s Peny Boone is running like a Big Ten recruit that he is and the Crusaders' defense will adjust just fine. King of Wishful Thinking 37, Jennifer Hammond High 28.
Division 3.
DeWitt (10-2) vs. Muskegon (12-0) at East Kentwood: SOS didn’t see this one coming. Wasn’t this supposed to be a rebuilding year at DeWitt? Well, it didn’t take long. But SOS doesn’t think there is anywhere on earth besides Ford Field that Muskegon’s Cameron Martinez is going to end his high school career. Muskie’s Gone 41, DeWhat 33.
River Rouge high school defenders tackle Detroit Catholic Central's Danny Scott during first-half action Friday, Oct. 18, 2019 at River Rouge. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
River Rouge (11-1) vs. Chelsea (12-0) at Dearborn High: Chelsea advanced to the Division 4 final last season, but there is a big difference playing up a level. That hasn’t been a problem for the Bulldogs . until now. Rouge running back De'Andre Bulley is just that, a bully in the way he runs over defensive players. Rouge River 23, Jeff Daniels High 21.
Division 4.
Hudsonville Unity Christian (9-3) vs. Grand Rapids Catholic Central (11-1) at Jenison: Unity Christian, which won the Division 5 state title last season, has had a nice run up in D-4, but the crystal ball says the run is over. CC quarterback Joey Silveri may be only a sophomore, but he doesn’t play like one. Catholics in Grand Rapids 30, Unity Breakfast 27.
Flint Powers (10-2) vs. Birmingham Detroit Country Day (12-0) at Howell Parker Middle School: Donavan Franklin leads a lethal ground game for Powers. But Country Day has a balanced attack featuring the passing of Ahlon Mitchell and the running of Anthony Ammori. Country Dog 21, Flint Power & Light 17.
Division 5.
Lansing Catholic (11-1) vs. Kingsley (12-0) at Greenville: SOS acknowledges that Lansing Catholic coach Jim Ahern is the Quarterback Whisperer. You don’t get a run of quarterbacks this good without knowing what you’re doing. But Kingsley has three rugged running backs in Ayden Mullin, Owen Graves and Payson Caballero, and then there is QB Tyler Inthisone, who is also a playmaker. Fred Schramski High 28, Dantonio Catholic 24.
Detroit Denby (10-2) vs. Almont (12-0) at Walled Lake Central: You have to be really, really old — around SOS’s age — to remember that back in the 1960s, Denby pretty much ruled the PSL, playing in four of the final five Goodfellow Games against the Catholic League champ. Latrell Thompkins could have played on any of those teams. But if Almont continues to dominate in the trenches, it will be in the final. Almond Joy 21, Den B. 12.
Division 6.
Montague (10-2) vs. Maple City Glen Lake (11-1) at Clare: Glen Lake survived its trip to the U.P., but things get tougher this week. Montague has played a challenging schedule, and beating Ravenna in the playoffs after losing to the Bulldogs in the regular season says a lot. Quarterback Drew Collins will be difficult for Glen Lake to stop. Goo Goo Dolls 36, Glen Close 31.
Onsted (10-2) vs. Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central (10-1) at Ypsilanti Lincoln: St. Mary’s defense will have to find a way to control Onsted junior quarterback Dylan Terryberry, who has been extremely efficient this season. But the Onsted defense will have to contend with CC’s T-formation offense, which makes determining exactly which back has the ball an adventure — and which is why CC is averaging 35.7 points this season. Ray Lauwers High 34, Instead 26.
Division 7.
Pewamo-Westphalia (12-0) vs. Iron Mountain (12-0) at Superior Dome (7 p.m., Friday) : The last time these schools met was in the Division 3 boys basketball state final in March. In the final two minutes, the three officials seemed to completely lose their minds and made some incomprehensible calls that cost Iron Mountain the title. P-W won’t need any help this time. Pewamo Won’t Fail You 28, Izzo’s Mountain 24.
Cass City (11-1) vs. Jackson Lumen Christi (11-0) at Novi (11 a.m., Saturday) : It was a tremendous accomplishment for Cass City to claim its first regional title by beating Division 7 powerhouse Loyola, but this is a whole new ballgame. Lumen Christi won the past three Division 6 state titles and is headed back to Ford Field in search of title No. 12. Aluminum Foil 38, Momma Cass 23.
Division 8.
Beal City (11-1) vs. Ubly (10-2) at Mt. Pleasant: SOS is no football coach, but if he were Beal City’s defensive coordinator, he might want to make sure his unit keeps an eye on Carson Heleski. Why? Well, all young Mr. Heleski did last week against Saginaw Nouvel was carry the ball 37 times, gain 347 yards and score six touchdowns. Any more questions? Bubbly 41, Real City 33.
Fowler (11-1) vs. Reading (11-1) at Battle Creek Harper Creek: This is no cakewalk for defending state champ Reading. Fowler has a prolific running attack revolving around Kyle Snyder and quarterback Caiden Pung. Elijah Hill and Roger Hill can gain a lot of yards for Reading, which has brothers Ben and Nick Affholter to restore law and order. Reading, ‘Riting, ‘Rithmetic 24, Foul or Fair 21.


High school football semifinals: Son of Swami makes his picks.
Highlights from Belleville's regional finals playoff win over West Bloomfield on Nov. 16, 2019. Detroit Free Press.
It is with a heavy heart — and empty stomach — that the Son of Swami approaches this week’s football semifinal games.
The heart has nothing to do with SOS’s overall playoff picks, although SOS isn’t pleased. The stomach comes into play with SOS’s destination this week.
You see, SOS is planning to attend the Belleville-Brighton game at Howell, which means he will not be attending the Division 1 semifinal game at Troy Athens.
The Davison-Sterling Heights Stevenson game should be good, but that really isn’t important here. The problem is SOS won’t be able to eat at the Athens’ concession stand, clearly the best concession stand in North America.
Grill master Rich Maziasz sent SOS the menu for Saturday’s game and the Athens Athletic Boosters have outdone themselves.
In addition to the world-famous Bobby D Specialty Burger — a cheeseburger with pulled pork and cole slaw, honoring Athens athletic director Bob Dowd — they have added the Fulchenator, a cheeseburger with Swiss cheese, pastrami and cole slaw, in recognition of district athletic director Tim Fulcher.
And then there's the MacChesky, a hamburger with four-cheese mac 'n' cheese, named for superintendent Dr. Richard Machesky.
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The concession stand also features the standard fare of regular hamburgers, hot dogs and pizza, as well as anything you could possibly want to drink, including Cherry Coke and Diet Coke, which can be mixed on the soda dispenser.
A year ago, on SOS’s recommendation, former Detroit Catholic Central All-State player Ken Wandzel ate two Bobby D burgers and is still raving about it.
But SOS is turning his back on all of that to go to Howell, where athletic director John Young is now on the clock to get his concession stand in order.
SOS is coming off a 24-8 (75%) performance in the regional finals, raising his playoff record to 162-62 (72%).
Here are SOS’s semifinal selections, made while trying to figure out a way to get the Athens Athletic Boosters to add a delivery service.
All games are at 1 p.m. Saturday unless otherwise noted.
Division 1.
Brighton (10-2) vs. Belleville (12-0) at Howell: SOS understands that the past two times these teams have met, the game has come down to the final play. All SOS wants to know is, how does Brighton cover Deion Burks? Who blocks Damon Payne? Does anyone want to throw the ball near Andre Seldon? Belle Tire 33, Brighton Beach Memoires 23.
Utica Eisenhower quarterback Blake Rastigue runs the option against Davison on Nov. 15, 2019, in Ortonville. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
Sterling Heights Stevenson (8-4) vs. Davison (10-2) at Troy Athens: Stevenson, after finishing fourth in the ultra-tough MAC Red, is on the roll of all rolls. Giovanni El-Hadi has been a dominating defensive lineman for the Titans. The tough thing for the Stevenson defense — not only is Davison’s Brendan Sullivan a terrific passer, but Caleb Smith is also threat at running back. Davidson Freeway 28, Steve ‘N Son 21.
Division 2.
Muskegon Mona Shores (10-2) vs. Walled Lake Western (11-1) at Okemos: This game features a pair of outstanding quarterbacks: Mona Shores’ Caden Broersma and Western’s Zach Trainor. But Mona has no one who compares with Western receiver Abdur-Rahmaan Yaseen, who has caught 75 passes for 1,546 yards and 18 TDs. Best Western 38, Mona Row the Boat to Shore 31.
Birmingham Seaholm (9-3) vs. Detroit King (10-2) at Novi (3 p.m., Saturday) : Seaholm’s veer offense can be a nightmare to prepare for, especially the way QB Caleb Knoer runs the show and the way Chaz Strecker plays with reckless abandon. But King’s Peny Boone is running like a Big Ten recruit that he is and the Crusaders' defense will adjust just fine. King of Wishful Thinking 37, Jennifer Hammond High 28.
Division 3.
DeWitt (10-2) vs. Muskegon (12-0) at East Kentwood: SOS didn’t see this one coming. Wasn’t this supposed to be a rebuilding year at DeWitt? Well, it didn’t take long. But SOS doesn’t think there is anywhere on earth besides Ford Field that Muskegon’s Cameron Martinez is going to end his high school career. Muskie’s Gone 41, DeWhat 33.
River Rouge high school defenders tackle Detroit Catholic Central's Danny Scott during first-half action Friday, Oct. 18, 2019 at River Rouge. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
River Rouge (11-1) vs. Chelsea (12-0) at Dearborn High: Chelsea advanced to the Division 4 final last season, but there is a big difference playing up a level. That hasn’t been a problem for the Bulldogs . until now. Rouge running back De'Andre Bulley is just that, a bully in the way he runs over defensive players. Rouge River 23, Jeff Daniels High 21.
Division 4.
Hudsonville Unity Christian (9-3) vs. Grand Rapids Catholic Central (11-1) at Jenison: Unity Christian, which won the Division 5 state title last season, has had a nice run up in D-4, but the crystal ball says the run is over. CC quarterback Joey Silveri may be only a sophomore, but he doesn’t play like one. Catholics in Grand Rapids 30, Unity Breakfast 27.
Flint Powers (10-2) vs. Birmingham Detroit Country Day (12-0) at Howell Parker Middle School: Donavan Franklin leads a lethal ground game for Powers. But Country Day has a balanced attack featuring the passing of Ahlon Mitchell and the running of Anthony Ammori. Country Dog 21, Flint Power & Light 17.
Division 5.
Lansing Catholic (11-1) vs. Kingsley (12-0) at Greenville: SOS acknowledges that Lansing Catholic coach Jim Ahern is the Quarterback Whisperer. You don’t get a run of quarterbacks this good without knowing what you’re doing. But Kingsley has three rugged running backs in Ayden Mullin, Owen Graves and Payson Caballero, and then there is QB Tyler Inthisone, who is also a playmaker. Fred Schramski High 28, Dantonio Catholic 24.
Detroit Denby (10-2) vs. Almont (12-0) at Walled Lake Central: You have to be really, really old — around SOS’s age — to remember that back in the 1960s, Denby pretty much ruled the PSL, playing in four of the final five Goodfellow Games against the Catholic League champ. Latrell Thompkins could have played on any of those teams. But if Almont continues to dominate in the trenches, it will be in the final. Almond Joy 21, Den B. 12.
Division 6.
Montague (10-2) vs. Maple City Glen Lake (11-1) at Clare: Glen Lake survived its trip to the U.P., but things get tougher this week. Montague has played a challenging schedule, and beating Ravenna in the playoffs after losing to the Bulldogs in the regular season says a lot. Quarterback Drew Collins will be difficult for Glen Lake to stop. Goo Goo Dolls 36, Glen Close 31.
Onsted (10-2) vs. Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central (10-1) at Ypsilanti Lincoln: St. Mary’s defense will have to find a way to control Onsted junior quarterback Dylan Terryberry, who has been extremely efficient this season. But the Onsted defense will have to contend with CC’s T-formation offense, which makes determining exactly which back has the ball an adventure — and which is why CC is averaging 35.7 points this season. Ray Lauwers High 34, Instead 26.
Division 7.
Pewamo-Westphalia (12-0) vs. Iron Mountain (12-0) at Superior Dome (7 p.m., Friday) : The last time these schools met was in the Division 3 boys basketball state final in March. In the final two minutes, the three officials seemed to completely lose their minds and made some incomprehensible calls that cost Iron Mountain the title. P-W won’t need any help this time. Pewamo Won’t Fail You 28, Izzo’s Mountain 24.
Cass City (11-1) vs. Jackson Lumen Christi (11-0) at Novi (11 a.m., Saturday) : It was a tremendous accomplishment for Cass City to claim its first regional title by beating Division 7 powerhouse Loyola, but this is a whole new ballgame. Lumen Christi won the past three Division 6 state titles and is headed back to Ford Field in search of title No. 12. Aluminum Foil 38, Momma Cass 23.
Division 8.
Beal City (11-1) vs. Ubly (10-2) at Mt. Pleasant: SOS is no football coach, but if he were Beal City’s defensive coordinator, he might want to make sure his unit keeps an eye on Carson Heleski. Why? Well, all young Mr. Heleski did last week against Saginaw Nouvel was carry the ball 37 times, gain 347 yards and score six touchdowns. Any more questions? Bubbly 41, Real City 33.
Fowler (11-1) vs. Reading (11-1) at Battle Creek Harper Creek: This is no cakewalk for defending state champ Reading. Fowler has a prolific running attack revolving around Kyle Snyder and quarterback Caiden Pung. Elijah Hill and Roger Hill can gain a lot of yards for Reading, which has brothers Ben and Nick Affholter to restore law and order. Reading, ‘Riting, ‘Rithmetic 24, Foul or Fair 21.


High school football semifinals: Son of Swami makes his picks.
Highlights from Belleville's regional finals playoff win over West Bloomfield on Nov. 16, 2019. Detroit Free Press.
It is with a heavy heart — and empty stomach — that the Son of Swami approaches this week’s football semifinal games.
The heart has nothing to do with SOS’s overall playoff picks, although SOS isn’t pleased. The stomach comes into play with SOS’s destination this week.
You see, SOS is planning to attend the Belleville-Brighton game at Howell, which means he will not be attending the Division 1 semifinal game at Troy Athens.
The Davison-Sterling Heights Stevenson game should be good, but that really isn’t important here. The problem is SOS won’t be able to eat at the Athens’ concession stand, clearly the best concession stand in North America.
Grill master Rich Maziasz sent SOS the menu for Saturday’s game and the Athens Athletic Boosters have outdone themselves.
In addition to the world-famous Bobby D Specialty Burger — a cheeseburger with pulled pork and cole slaw, honoring Athens athletic director Bob Dowd — they have added the Fulchenator, a cheeseburger with Swiss cheese, pastrami and cole slaw, in recognition of district athletic director Tim Fulcher.
And then there's the MacChesky, a hamburger with four-cheese mac 'n' cheese, named for superintendent Dr. Richard Machesky.
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The concession stand also features the standard fare of regular hamburgers, hot dogs and pizza, as well as anything you could possibly want to drink, including Cherry Coke and Diet Coke, which can be mixed on the soda dispenser.
A year ago, on SOS’s recommendation, former Detroit Catholic Central All-State player Ken Wandzel ate two Bobby D burgers and is still raving about it.
But SOS is turning his back on all of that to go to Howell, where athletic director John Young is now on the clock to get his concession stand in order.
SOS is coming off a 24-8 (75%) performance in the regional finals, raising his playoff record to 162-62 (72%).
Here are SOS’s semifinal selections, made while trying to figure out a way to get the Athens Athletic Boosters to add a delivery service.
All games are at 1 p.m. Saturday unless otherwise noted.
Division 1.
Brighton (10-2) vs. Belleville (12-0) at Howell: SOS understands that the past two times these teams have met, the game has come down to the final play. All SOS wants to know is, how does Brighton cover Deion Burks? Who blocks Damon Payne? Does anyone want to throw the ball near Andre Seldon? Belle Tire 33, Brighton Beach Memoires 23.
Utica Eisenhower quarterback Blake Rastigue runs the option against Davison on Nov. 15, 2019, in Ortonville. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
Sterling Heights Stevenson (8-4) vs. Davison (10-2) at Troy Athens: Stevenson, after finishing fourth in the ultra-tough MAC Red, is on the roll of all rolls. Giovanni El-Hadi has been a dominating defensive lineman for the Titans. The tough thing for the Stevenson defense — not only is Davison’s Brendan Sullivan a terrific passer, but Caleb Smith is also threat at running back. Davidson Freeway 28, Steve ‘N Son 21.
Division 2.
Muskegon Mona Shores (10-2) vs. Walled Lake Western (11-1) at Okemos: This game features a pair of outstanding quarterbacks: Mona Shores’ Caden Broersma and Western’s Zach Trainor. But Mona has no one who compares with Western receiver Abdur-Rahmaan Yaseen, who has caught 75 passes for 1,546 yards and 18 TDs. Best Western 38, Mona Row the Boat to Shore 31.
Birmingham Seaholm (9-3) vs. Detroit King (10-2) at Novi (3 p.m., Saturday) : Seaholm’s veer offense can be a nightmare to prepare for, especially the way QB Caleb Knoer runs the show and the way Chaz Strecker plays with reckless abandon. But King’s Peny Boone is running like a Big Ten recruit that he is and the Crusaders' defense will adjust just fine. King of Wishful Thinking 37, Jennifer Hammond High 28.
Division 3.
DeWitt (10-2) vs. Muskegon (12-0) at East Kentwood: SOS didn’t see this one coming. Wasn’t this supposed to be a rebuilding year at DeWitt? Well, it didn’t take long. But SOS doesn’t think there is anywhere on earth besides Ford Field that Muskegon’s Cameron Martinez is going to end his high school career. Muskie’s Gone 41, DeWhat 33.
River Rouge high school defenders tackle Detroit Catholic Central's Danny Scott during first-half action Friday, Oct. 18, 2019 at River Rouge. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
River Rouge (11-1) vs. Chelsea (12-0) at Dearborn High: Chelsea advanced to the Division 4 final last season, but there is a big difference playing up a level. That hasn’t been a problem for the Bulldogs . until now. Rouge running back De'Andre Bulley is just that, a bully in the way he runs over defensive players. Rouge River 23, Jeff Daniels High 21.
Division 4.
Hudsonville Unity Christian (9-3) vs. Grand Rapids Catholic Central (11-1) at Jenison: Unity Christian, which won the Division 5 state title last season, has had a nice run up in D-4, but the crystal ball says the run is over. CC quarterback Joey Silveri may be only a sophomore, but he doesn’t play like one. Catholics in Grand Rapids 30, Unity Breakfast 27.
Flint Powers (10-2) vs. Birmingham Detroit Country Day (12-0) at Howell Parker Middle School: Donavan Franklin leads a lethal ground game for Powers. But Country Day has a balanced attack featuring the passing of Ahlon Mitchell and the running of Anthony Ammori. Country Dog 21, Flint Power & Light 17.
Division 5.
Lansing Catholic (11-1) vs. Kingsley (12-0) at Greenville: SOS acknowledges that Lansing Catholic coach Jim Ahern is the Quarterback Whisperer. You don’t get a run of quarterbacks this good without knowing what you’re doing. But Kingsley has three rugged running backs in Ayden Mullin, Owen Graves and Payson Caballero, and then there is QB Tyler Inthisone, who is also a playmaker. Fred Schramski High 28, Dantonio Catholic 24.
Detroit Denby (10-2) vs. Almont (12-0) at Walled Lake Central: You have to be really, really old — around SOS’s age — to remember that back in the 1960s, Denby pretty much ruled the PSL, playing in four of the final five Goodfellow Games against the Catholic League champ. Latrell Thompkins could have played on any of those teams. But if Almont continues to dominate in the trenches, it will be in the final. Almond Joy 21, Den B. 12.
Division 6.
Montague (10-2) vs. Maple City Glen Lake (11-1) at Clare: Glen Lake survived its trip to the U.P., but things get tougher this week. Montague has played a challenging schedule, and beating Ravenna in the playoffs after losing to the Bulldogs in the regular season says a lot. Quarterback Drew Collins will be difficult for Glen Lake to stop. Goo Goo Dolls 36, Glen Close 31.
Onsted (10-2) vs. Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central (10-1) at Ypsilanti Lincoln: St. Mary’s defense will have to find a way to control Onsted junior quarterback Dylan Terryberry, who has been extremely efficient this season. But the Onsted defense will have to contend with CC’s T-formation offense, which makes determining exactly which back has the ball an adventure — and which is why CC is averaging 35.7 points this season. Ray Lauwers High 34, Instead 26.
Division 7.
Pewamo-Westphalia (12-0) vs. Iron Mountain (12-0) at Superior Dome (7 p.m., Friday) : The last time these schools met was in the Division 3 boys basketball state final in March. In the final two minutes, the three officials seemed to completely lose their minds and made some incomprehensible calls that cost Iron Mountain the title. P-W won’t need any help this time. Pewamo Won’t Fail You 28, Izzo’s Mountain 24.
Cass City (11-1) vs. Jackson Lumen Christi (11-0) at Novi (11 a.m., Saturday) : It was a tremendous accomplishment for Cass City to claim its first regional title by beating Division 7 powerhouse Loyola, but this is a whole new ballgame. Lumen Christi won the past three Division 6 state titles and is headed back to Ford Field in search of title No. 12. Aluminum Foil 38, Momma Cass 23.
Division 8.
Beal City (11-1) vs. Ubly (10-2) at Mt. Pleasant: SOS is no football coach, but if he were Beal City’s defensive coordinator, he might want to make sure his unit keeps an eye on Carson Heleski. Why? Well, all young Mr. Heleski did last week against Saginaw Nouvel was carry the ball 37 times, gain 347 yards and score six touchdowns. Any more questions? Bubbly 41, Real City 33.
Fowler (11-1) vs. Reading (11-1) at Battle Creek Harper Creek: This is no cakewalk for defending state champ Reading. Fowler has a prolific running attack revolving around Kyle Snyder and quarterback Caiden Pung. Elijah Hill and Roger Hill can gain a lot of yards for Reading, which has brothers Ben and Nick Affholter to restore law and order. Reading, ‘Riting, ‘Rithmetic 24, Foul or Fair 21.


High school football semifinals: Son of Swami makes his picks.
Highlights from Belleville's regional finals playoff win over West Bloomfield on Nov. 16, 2019. Detroit Free Press.
It is with a heavy heart — and empty stomach — that the Son of Swami approaches this week’s football semifinal games.
The heart has nothing to do with SOS’s overall playoff picks, although SOS isn’t pleased. The stomach comes into play with SOS’s destination this week.
You see, SOS is planning to attend the Belleville-Brighton game at Howell, which means he will not be attending the Division 1 semifinal game at Troy Athens.
The Davison-Sterling Heights Stevenson game should be good, but that really isn’t important here. The problem is SOS won’t be able to eat at the Athens’ concession stand, clearly the best concession stand in North America.
Grill master Rich Maziasz sent SOS the menu for Saturday’s game and the Athens Athletic Boosters have outdone themselves.
In addition to the world-famous Bobby D Specialty Burger — a cheeseburger with pulled pork and cole slaw, honoring Athens athletic director Bob Dowd — they have added the Fulchenator, a cheeseburger with Swiss cheese, pastrami and cole slaw, in recognition of district athletic director Tim Fulcher.
And then there's the MacChesky, a hamburger with four-cheese mac 'n' cheese, named for superintendent Dr. Richard Machesky.
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The concession stand also features the standard fare of regular hamburgers, hot dogs and pizza, as well as anything you could possibly want to drink, including Cherry Coke and Diet Coke, which can be mixed on the soda dispenser.
A year ago, on SOS’s recommendation, former Detroit Catholic Central All-State player Ken Wandzel ate two Bobby D burgers and is still raving about it.
But SOS is turning his back on all of that to go to Howell, where athletic director John Young is now on the clock to get his concession stand in order.
SOS is coming off a 24-8 (75%) performance in the regional finals, raising his playoff record to 162-62 (72%).
Here are SOS’s semifinal selections, made while trying to figure out a way to get the Athens Athletic Boosters to add a delivery service.
All games are at 1 p.m. Saturday unless otherwise noted.
Division 1.
Brighton (10-2) vs. Belleville (12-0) at Howell: SOS understands that the past two times these teams have met, the game has come down to the final play. All SOS wants to know is, how does Brighton cover Deion Burks? Who blocks Damon Payne? Does anyone want to throw the ball near Andre Seldon? Belle Tire 33, Brighton Beach Memoires 23.
Utica Eisenhower quarterback Blake Rastigue runs the option against Davison on Nov. 15, 2019, in Ortonville. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
Sterling Heights Stevenson (8-4) vs. Davison (10-2) at Troy Athens: Stevenson, after finishing fourth in the ultra-tough MAC Red, is on the roll of all rolls. Giovanni El-Hadi has been a dominating defensive lineman for the Titans. The tough thing for the Stevenson defense — not only is Davison’s Brendan Sullivan a terrific passer, but Caleb Smith is also threat at running back. Davidson Freeway 28, Steve ‘N Son 21.
Division 2.
Muskegon Mona Shores (10-2) vs. Walled Lake Western (11-1) at Okemos: This game features a pair of outstanding quarterbacks: Mona Shores’ Caden Broersma and Western’s Zach Trainor. But Mona has no one who compares with Western receiver Abdur-Rahmaan Yaseen, who has caught 75 passes for 1,546 yards and 18 TDs. Best Western 38, Mona Row the Boat to Shore 31.
Birmingham Seaholm (9-3) vs. Detroit King (10-2) at Novi (3 p.m., Saturday) : Seaholm’s veer offense can be a nightmare to prepare for, especially the way QB Caleb Knoer runs the show and the way Chaz Strecker plays with reckless abandon. But King’s Peny Boone is running like a Big Ten recruit that he is and the Crusaders' defense will adjust just fine. King of Wishful Thinking 37, Jennifer Hammond High 28.
Division 3.
DeWitt (10-2) vs. Muskegon (12-0) at East Kentwood: SOS didn’t see this one coming. Wasn’t this supposed to be a rebuilding year at DeWitt? Well, it didn’t take long. But SOS doesn’t think there is anywhere on earth besides Ford Field that Muskegon’s Cameron Martinez is going to end his high school career. Muskie’s Gone 41, DeWhat 33.
River Rouge high school defenders tackle Detroit Catholic Central's Danny Scott during first-half action Friday, Oct. 18, 2019 at River Rouge. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
River Rouge (11-1) vs. Chelsea (12-0) at Dearborn High: Chelsea advanced to the Division 4 final last season, but there is a big difference playing up a level. That hasn’t been a problem for the Bulldogs . until now. Rouge running back De'Andre Bulley is just that, a bully in the way he runs over defensive players. Rouge River 23, Jeff Daniels High 21.
Division 4.
Hudsonville Unity Christian (9-3) vs. Grand Rapids Catholic Central (11-1) at Jenison: Unity Christian, which won the Division 5 state title last season, has had a nice run up in D-4, but the crystal ball says the run is over. CC quarterback Joey Silveri may be only a sophomore, but he doesn’t play like one. Catholics in Grand Rapids 30, Unity Breakfast 27.
Flint Powers (10-2) vs. Birmingham Detroit Country Day (12-0) at Howell Parker Middle School: Donavan Franklin leads a lethal ground game for Powers. But Country Day has a balanced attack featuring the passing of Ahlon Mitchell and the running of Anthony Ammori. Country Dog 21, Flint Power & Light 17.
Division 5.
Lansing Catholic (11-1) vs. Kingsley (12-0) at Greenville: SOS acknowledges that Lansing Catholic coach Jim Ahern is the Quarterback Whisperer. You don’t get a run of quarterbacks this good without knowing what you’re doing. But Kingsley has three rugged running backs in Ayden Mullin, Owen Graves and Payson Caballero, and then there is QB Tyler Inthisone, who is also a playmaker. Fred Schramski High 28, Dantonio Catholic 24.
Detroit Denby (10-2) vs. Almont (12-0) at Walled Lake Central: You have to be really, really old — around SOS’s age — to remember that back in the 1960s, Denby pretty much ruled the PSL, playing in four of the final five Goodfellow Games against the Catholic League champ. Latrell Thompkins could have played on any of those teams. But if Almont continues to dominate in the trenches, it will be in the final. Almond Joy 21, Den B. 12.
Division 6.
Montague (10-2) vs. Maple City Glen Lake (11-1) at Clare: Glen Lake survived its trip to the U.P., but things get tougher this week. Montague has played a challenging schedule, and beating Ravenna in the playoffs after losing to the Bulldogs in the regular season says a lot. Quarterback Drew Collins will be difficult for Glen Lake to stop. Goo Goo Dolls 36, Glen Close 31.
Onsted (10-2) vs. Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central (10-1) at Ypsilanti Lincoln: St. Mary’s defense will have to find a way to control Onsted junior quarterback Dylan Terryberry, who has been extremely efficient this season. But the Onsted defense will have to contend with CC’s T-formation offense, which makes determining exactly which back has the ball an adventure — and which is why CC is averaging 35.7 points this season. Ray Lauwers High 34, Instead 26.
Division 7.
Pewamo-Westphalia (12-0) vs. Iron Mountain (12-0) at Superior Dome (7 p.m., Friday) : The last time these schools met was in the Division 3 boys basketball state final in March. In the final two minutes, the three officials seemed to completely lose their minds and made some incomprehensible calls that cost Iron Mountain the title. P-W won’t need any help this time. Pewamo Won’t Fail You 28, Izzo’s Mountain 24.
Cass City (11-1) vs. Jackson Lumen Christi (11-0) at Novi (11 a.m., Saturday) : It was a tremendous accomplishment for Cass City to claim its first regional title by beating Division 7 powerhouse Loyola, but this is a whole new ballgame. Lumen Christi won the past three Division 6 state titles and is headed back to Ford Field in search of title No. 12. Aluminum Foil 38, Momma Cass 23.
Division 8.
Beal City (11-1) vs. Ubly (10-2) at Mt. Pleasant: SOS is no football coach, but if he were Beal City’s defensive coordinator, he might want to make sure his unit keeps an eye on Carson Heleski. Why? Well, all young Mr. Heleski did last week against Saginaw Nouvel was carry the ball 37 times, gain 347 yards and score six touchdowns. Any more questions? Bubbly 41, Real City 33.
Fowler (11-1) vs. Reading (11-1) at Battle Creek Harper Creek: This is no cakewalk for defending state champ Reading. Fowler has a prolific running attack revolving around Kyle Snyder and quarterback Caiden Pung. Elijah Hill and Roger Hill can gain a lot of yards for Reading, which has brothers Ben and Nick Affholter to restore law and order. Reading, ‘Riting, ‘Rithmetic 24, Foul or Fair 21.


High school football semifinals: Son of Swami makes his picks.
Highlights from Belleville's regional finals playoff win over West Bloomfield on Nov. 16, 2019. Detroit Free Press.
It is with a heavy heart — and empty stomach — that the Son of Swami approaches this week’s football semifinal games.
The heart has nothing to do with SOS’s overall playoff picks, although SOS isn’t pleased. The stomach comes into play with SOS’s destination this week.
You see, SOS is planning to attend the Belleville-Brighton game at Howell, which means he will not be attending the Division 1 semifinal game at Troy Athens.
The Davison-Sterling Heights Stevenson game should be good, but that really isn’t important here. The problem is SOS won’t be able to eat at the Athens’ concession stand, clearly the best concession stand in North America.
Grill master Rich Maziasz sent SOS the menu for Saturday’s game and the Athens Athletic Boosters have outdone themselves.
In addition to the world-famous Bobby D Specialty Burger — a cheeseburger with pulled pork and cole slaw, honoring Athens athletic director Bob Dowd — they have added the Fulchenator, a cheeseburger with Swiss cheese, pastrami and cole slaw, in recognition of district athletic director Tim Fulcher.
And then there's the MacChesky, a hamburger with four-cheese mac 'n' cheese, named for superintendent Dr. Richard Machesky.
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The concession stand also features the standard fare of regular hamburgers, hot dogs and pizza, as well as anything you could possibly want to drink, including Cherry Coke and Diet Coke, which can be mixed on the soda dispenser.
A year ago, on SOS’s recommendation, former Detroit Catholic Central All-State player Ken Wandzel ate two Bobby D burgers and is still raving about it.
But SOS is turning his back on all of that to go to Howell, where athletic director John Young is now on the clock to get his concession stand in order.
SOS is coming off a 24-8 (75%) performance in the regional finals, raising his playoff record to 162-62 (72%).
Here are SOS’s semifinal selections, made while trying to figure out a way to get the Athens Athletic Boosters to add a delivery service.
All games are at 1 p.m. Saturday unless otherwise noted.
Division 1.
Brighton (10-2) vs. Belleville (12-0) at Howell: SOS understands that the past two times these teams have met, the game has come down to the final play. All SOS wants to know is, how does Brighton cover Deion Burks? Who blocks Damon Payne? Does anyone want to throw the ball near Andre Seldon? Belle Tire 33, Brighton Beach Memoires 23.
Utica Eisenhower quarterback Blake Rastigue runs the option against Davison on Nov. 15, 2019, in Ortonville. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
Sterling Heights Stevenson (8-4) vs. Davison (10-2) at Troy Athens: Stevenson, after finishing fourth in the ultra-tough MAC Red, is on the roll of all rolls. Giovanni El-Hadi has been a dominating defensive lineman for the Titans. The tough thing for the Stevenson defense — not only is Davison’s Brendan Sullivan a terrific passer, but Caleb Smith is also threat at running back. Davidson Freeway 28, Steve ‘N Son 21.
Division 2.
Muskegon Mona Shores (10-2) vs. Walled Lake Western (11-1) at Okemos: This game features a pair of outstanding quarterbacks: Mona Shores’ Caden Broersma and Western’s Zach Trainor. But Mona has no one who compares with Western receiver Abdur-Rahmaan Yaseen, who has caught 75 passes for 1,546 yards and 18 TDs. Best Western 38, Mona Row the Boat to Shore 31.
Birmingham Seaholm (9-3) vs. Detroit King (10-2) at Novi (3 p.m., Saturday) : Seaholm’s veer offense can be a nightmare to prepare for, especially the way QB Caleb Knoer runs the show and the way Chaz Strecker plays with reckless abandon. But King’s Peny Boone is running like a Big Ten recruit that he is and the Crusaders' defense will adjust just fine. King of Wishful Thinking 37, Jennifer Hammond High 28.
Division 3.
DeWitt (10-2) vs. Muskegon (12-0) at East Kentwood: SOS didn’t see this one coming. Wasn’t this supposed to be a rebuilding year at DeWitt? Well, it didn’t take long. But SOS doesn’t think there is anywhere on earth besides Ford Field that Muskegon’s Cameron Martinez is going to end his high school career. Muskie’s Gone 41, DeWhat 33.
River Rouge high school defenders tackle Detroit Catholic Central's Danny Scott during first-half action Friday, Oct. 18, 2019 at River Rouge. (Photo: Kirthmon F. Dozier, Detroit Free Press)
River Rouge (11-1) vs. Chelsea (12-0) at Dearborn High: Chelsea advanced to the Division 4 final last season, but there is a big difference playing up a level. That hasn’t been a problem for the Bulldogs . until now. Rouge running back De'Andre Bulley is just that, a bully in the way he runs over defensive players. Rouge River 23, Jeff Daniels High 21.
Division 4.
Hudsonville Unity Christian (9-3) vs. Grand Rapids Catholic Central (11-1) at Jenison: Unity Christian, which won the Division 5 state title last season, has had a nice run up in D-4, but the crystal ball says the run is over. CC quarterback Joey Silveri may be only a sophomore, but he doesn’t play like one. Catholics in Grand Rapids 30, Unity Breakfast 27.
Flint Powers (10-2) vs. Birmingham Detroit Country Day (12-0) at Howell Parker Middle School: Donavan Franklin leads a lethal ground game for Powers. But Country Day has a balanced attack featuring the passing of Ahlon Mitchell and the running of Anthony Ammori. Country Dog 21, Flint Power & Light 17.
Division 5.
Lansing Catholic (11-1) vs. Kingsley (12-0) at Greenville: SOS acknowledges that Lansing Catholic coach Jim Ahern is the Quarterback Whisperer. You don’t get a run of quarterbacks this good without knowing what you’re doing. But Kingsley has three rugged running backs in Ayden Mullin, Owen Graves and Payson Caballero, and then there is QB Tyler Inthisone, who is also a playmaker. Fred Schramski High 28, Dantonio Catholic 24.
Detroit Denby (10-2) vs. Almont (12-0) at Walled Lake Central: You have to be really, really old — around SOS’s age — to remember that back in the 1960s, Denby pretty much ruled the PSL, playing in four of the final five Goodfellow Games against the Catholic League champ. Latrell Thompkins could have played on any of those teams. But if Almont continues to dominate in the trenches, it will be in the final. Almond Joy 21, Den B. 12.
Division 6.
Montague (10-2) vs. Maple City Glen Lake (11-1) at Clare: Glen Lake survived its trip to the U.P., but things get tougher this week. Montague has played a challenging schedule, and beating Ravenna in the playoffs after losing to the Bulldogs in the regular season says a lot. Quarterback Drew Collins will be difficult for Glen Lake to stop. Goo Goo Dolls 36, Glen Close 31.
Onsted (10-2) vs. Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central (10-1) at Ypsilanti Lincoln: St. Mary’s defense will have to find a way to control Onsted junior quarterback Dylan Terryberry, who has been extremely efficient this season. But the Onsted defense will have to contend with CC’s T-formation offense, which makes determining exactly which back has the ball an adventure — and which is why CC is averaging 35.7 points this season. Ray Lauwers High 34, Instead 26.
Division 7.
Pewamo-Westphalia (12-0) vs. Iron Mountain (12-0) at Superior Dome (7 p.m., Friday) : The last time these schools met was in the Division 3 boys basketball state final in March. In the final two minutes, the three officials seemed to completely lose their minds and made some incomprehensible calls that cost Iron Mountain the title. P-W won’t need any help this time. Pewamo Won’t Fail You 28, Izzo’s Mountain 24.
Cass City (11-1) vs. Jackson Lumen Christi (11-0) at Novi (11 a.m., Saturday) : It was a tremendous accomplishment for Cass City to claim its first regional title by beating Division 7 powerhouse Loyola, but this is a whole new ballgame. Lumen Christi won the past three Division 6 state titles and is headed back to Ford Field in search of title No. 12. Aluminum Foil 38, Momma Cass 23.
Division 8.
Beal City (11-1) vs. Ubly (10-2) at Mt. Pleasant: SOS is no football coach, but if he were Beal City’s defensive coordinator, he might want to make sure his unit keeps an eye on Carson Heleski. Why? Well, all young Mr. Heleski did last week against Saginaw Nouvel was carry the ball 37 times, gain 347 yards and score six touchdowns. Any more questions? Bubbly 41, Real City 33.
Fowler (11-1) vs. Reading (11-1) at Battle Creek Harper Creek: This is no cakewalk for defending state champ Reading. Fowler has a prolific running attack revolving around Kyle Snyder and quarterback Caiden Pung. Elijah Hill and Roger Hill can gain a lot of yards for Reading, which has brothers Ben and Nick Affholter to restore law and order. Reading, ‘Riting, ‘Rithmetic 24, Foul or Fair 21.




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