Michigan's Associated Press high school football rankings for Sep. 18September 19, 2018 3:31pm

Sept. 18--By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The latest Associated Press high school football rankings for the state of Michigan have been released. Check out the top 10 rankings for each of the eight 11-man divisions and the top 5 for the 8-man football division.

The rankings are formed from votes of various media members from different publications across the state.

Division 1: Belleville and Chippewa Valley tied for No. 2

Rank, School, (First-place votes), (Record), Total Points

1. Detroit Cass Tech (5) (4-0) 50

T-2. Belleville (4-0) 42

T-2. Clinton Township Chippewa Valley (4-0) 42

4. Clarkston (4-0) 36

5. Detroit Catholic Central (3-1) 27

D1: East Kentwood and West Bloomfield tied for 7th

6. Hudsonville (4-0) 17

T-7. East Kentwood (3-1) 16

T-7. West Bloomfield (3-1) 16

9. Grand Blanc (4-0) 15

10. Macomb Dakota (4-0) 9

Others receiving votes: Davison 2. Brighton 1. Grosse Pointe South 1. Holland West Ottawa 1.

Division 2: Detroit King a firm No. 1

Rank, School, (First-place votes), (Record), Total Points

1. Detroit Martin Luther King (3) (3-1) 48

2. Muskegon Mona Shores (1) (4-0) 42

3. Warren De La Salle (3-1) 38

4. Oak Park (1) (4-0) 35

5. Walled Lake Western (3-1) 29

D2: Four-way tie for 10th

6. Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice (3-1) 22

7. Fenton (3-1) 13

8. Swartz Creek (4-0) 9

9. Port Huron Northern (3-1) 8

T-10. Portage Central (3-1) 7

T-10. Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central (2-2) 7

T-10. Livonia Franklin (3-1) 7

T-10. Traverse City Central (3-1) 7

Others receiving votes: Waterford Mott 2. Warren Mott 1.

Division 3: Muskegon has all first-place votes

Rank, School, (First-place votes), (Record), Total Points

1. Muskegon (5) (4-0) 50

2. DeWitt (4-0) 45

3. East Lansing (4-0) 38

4. Farmington Hills Harrison (3-1) 31

5. Mount Pleasant (4-0) 28

D3: River Rouge checks in at No. 6

6. River Rouge (3-1) 27

7. Grand Rapids Christian (3-1) 18

8. Haslett (4-0) 15

9. Spring Lake (4-0) 12

T-10. Warren Woods Tower (4-0) 5

T-10. Gaylord (4-0) 5

Others receiving votes: Zeeland East 1.

Division 4: Grand Rapids Catholic Central slips to No. 2

Rank, School, (First-place votes), (Record), Total Points

1. Edwardsburg (3) (4-0) 48

2. Grand Rapids Catholic Central (2) (3-1) 47

3. Three Rivers\u0009(4-0) 39

4. Alma\u0009(4-0) 35

5. Hudsonville Unity Christian (4-0) 28

D4: Three-way tie for 9th

6. Grand Rapids South Christian (3-1) 19

7. Williamston (3-1) 14

8. Harper Woods (3-1) 9

T-9. Grosse Ile (4-0) 7

T-9. Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood (3-1) 7

T-9. Detroit Cody (4-0) 7

Others receiving votes: Allendale 6. Dearborn Heights Robichaud 5. Goodrich 3. Holland Christian 1.

Division 5: Swan Valley on top

Rank, School, (First-place votes), (Record), Total Points

1. Saginaw Swan Valley (4) (4-0) 40

T-2. Lansing Catholic (4-0) 33

T-2. Muskegon Oakridge (4-0) 33

4. Portland (4-0) 27

5. Reed City (4-0) 26

D5: Kalamazoo United is at No. 6

6. Kalamazoo United (4-0) 19

7. Olivet (4-0) 16

8. Frankenmuth (3-1) 11

9. Hillsdale (4-0) 9

10. Marine City (3-1) 3

Others receiving votes: Montague 2. Manistee 1.

Division 6: Lumen Christi has all first-place votes

Rank, School, (First-place votes), (Record), Total Points

1. Jackson Lumen Christi (4) (4-0) 40

2. Traverse City St. Francis (4-0) 35

3. Warren Michigan Collegiate (4-0) 29

4. Ithaca (3-1) 28

5. Lake City (4-0) 22

D6: Delton Kellogg and Millington tied for 10th

6. Constantine (4-0) 18

7. Grass Lake (4-0) 16

8. Kent City (4-0) 11

9. Calumet (4-0) 10

T-10. Delton Kellogg (4-0) 4

T-10. Millington (3-1) 4

Others receiving votes: Hemlock 3.

Division 7: Pirates remain at the top

Rank, School, (First-place votes), (Record), Total Points

1. Pewamo-Westphalia (4) (4-0) 49

2. New Lothrop (4-0) 42

3. Ottawa Lake Whiteford (1) (4-0) 41

4. Ishpeming (4-0) 34

5. Madison Heights Madison (4-0) 29

D7: Four-way tie for No. 9

6. Reading (4-0) 26

7. Hartford (4-0) 10

8. Saugatuck (3-1) 8

T-9. Sand Creek (3-1) 6

T-9. Sandusky (4-0) 6

T-9. West Iron County (3-1) 6

T-9. Detroit Loyola (2-2) 6

Others receiving votes: Cass City 5. Manton 4. Elkton-Pigeon Bay Port Laker 3.

Division 8: Lutheran Seminary cracks top five

Rank, School, (First-place votes), (Record), Total Points

1. Pittsford (3) (4-0) 48

2. Breckenridge (1) (4-0) 42

3. Adrian Lenawee Christian (4-0) 38

4. Rogers City (4-0) 29

5. Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary (1) (4-0) 28

D8: Saginaw Nouvel settles in at 10th

6. Mendon (3-1) 25

7. Sterling Heights Parkway Christian (4-0) 22

8. Clarkston Everest Collegiate (4-0) 19

9. Johannesburg-Lewiston (3-1) 12

10. Saginaw Nouvel (2-2) 7

Others receiving votes: Fowler 4. St. Ignace LaSalle 1.

8-Player Division: Pickford is No. 1

Rank, School, (First-place votes), (Record), Total Points

1. Pickford (7) (4-0) 79

2. Colon (4-0) 64

3. Onekama (1) (4-0) 62

4. Stephenson (3-1) 33

T-5. Morrice (4-0) 14

T-5. Crystal Falls Forest Park (2-2) 14

T-5. Wyoming Tri-unity Christian (4-0) 14

Others receiving votes: Posen 7. Engadine 7. Kingston 7. Cedarville 7. Au Gres-Sims 6. Powers North Central 6.

* AP Michigan high school football rankings: Sep. 11

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