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Scoring Old State Tourneys: 2010

By MI Grappler, 06/19/20, 10:45AM EDT

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Division 1

1.  Detroit CC - 167.5
2.  Lowell - 125
3.  Holt - 100
4.  Rockford - 89
5.  Hartland - 86.5
6.  Oxford - 67.5

7,  Clarkston - 63.5
8.  Canton - 59
9.  Roseville - 51
10.  John Glenn - 50.5
11.  Bedford - 44
12.  East Kentwood - 39
13.  Rochester - 33.5
14.  Davison - 33
15.  Wyandotte Roosevelt - 29
16.  Portage Central - 27.5
17.  Hudsonville - 27
18.  Romeo - 25.5
19.  Howell - 25
         Belleville - 25

Team State Results
Quarterfinals

Detroit CC def. Anchor Bay, 57-13
Oxford def. Holt, 31-27
Rockford def. John Glenn, 34-28
Hartland def. Romeo, 47-21

Semifinals
Detroit CC def. Oxford, 35-25
Rockford def. Hartland, 29-25

Finals
Detroit CC def. Rockford, 39-24

The first title of the Hancock era, DCC won both the team and individual tourneys.  Weird seeing Lowell in D1, but they would've been runner-ups individually.  Pretty competitive field overall, especially in the middle of the top-20, where there isn't much separation between teams.

Division 2

1.  Allegan - 144
2.  St. Johns - 110.5
3.  Stevensville Lakeshore - 103
4.  Greenville - 92

5.  Holly - 79.5
6.  Mason - 63
7.  Corunna - 51

8.  Tecumseh - 49
9.  Ferndale - 47
      Lamphere - 47
11.  Dearborn Hts. Annapolis - 44
12.  Highland Park - 43
13.  Chelsea - 40
14.  Milan - 37
15.  Marshall - 36
         Holland - 36
17.  Hastings - 34
18.  Trenton - 32
19.  Fowlerville - 27
20.  Avondale - 26
         Petoskey - 26

Team State Results
Quarterfinals

St. Johns def. Corunna, 47-21
Greenville def. Avondale, 50-9
Stevensville Lakeshore def. Dearborn Hts. Annapolis, 49-9
Allegan def. Mason, 51-12

Semifinals
St. Johns def. Greenville, 29-28
Allegan def. Stevensville Lakeshore, 35-18

Finals
St. Johns def. Allegan, 31-30

Allegan put up the most points at the individual tourney, despite losing in a classic dual to St. Johns at Team State by 1.  Lakeshore and Greenville both finished top-4 after making the team semis.  All eight team-qualifying squads finished inside the top 20.

Division 3

1.  Dundee - 157
2.  Richmond - 123
3.  Swan Valley - 88.5

4.  Goodrich - 76.5
5.  Chippewa Hills - 69
6.  Caro - 57.5
7,  Bullock Creek - 56.5
8.  Otsego - 54.5
9.  Big Rapids - 54
10.  Allendale - 52.5
11.  Ida - 41
         Lake Fenton - 41
13.  Roscommon - 37
         Durand - 37
15.  Lumen Christi - 35
16.  Coloma - 34
17.  Lakewood - 31.5
18.  Onsted - 31
19.  Reed City - 30
20.  Shelby - 27
         Portland - 27

Team State Results
Quarterfinals

Dundee def. Chippewa Hills, 47-19
Allendale def. Edwardsburg, 46-15
Swan Valley def. Portland, 48-28
Richmond def. Roscommon, 63-11

Semifinals
Dundee def. Allendale, 37-18
Richmond def. Swan Valley, 36-17

Finals
Richmond def. Dundee, 24-23

Classic Richmond-Dundee year where Richmond won the state title in about as close a dual as you can get - 24-23 in the finals.  Dundee put up more points on the individual side.  Swan Valley was 3rd and made the team semis as well.

Division 4

1.  Hudson - 158
2.  Hesperia - 141

3.  Manchester - 77
4.  New Lothrop - 60
5.  Addison - 58

6.  Springport - 55
7.  Montabella - 51.5
8.  Clinton - 45
9.  Rogers City - 38
      St. Ignace - 38
11.  Bendle - 37
         Blissfield - 37
13.  Dansville - 36.5
14.  Constantine - 36
15.  Iron Mountain - 35.5

16.  Decatur - 35
         Bronson - 35
18.  Schoolcraft - 33
19.  Byron - 32.5
20.  Leslie - 31

Team State Results
Quarterfinals 

Hudson def. Martin, 76-0
New Lothrop def. Iron Mountain, 39-21
Addison def. Constantine, 43-24
Hesperia def. Marlette, 60-15

Semifinals 
Hudson def. New Lothrop, 50-6
Addison def. Hesperia, 36-33

Finals 
Hudson def. Addison, 43-20

Hudson rolled to a state title and followed it up with the individual point high score.  Addison pulled a pretty notable upset over Hesperia in the quarters, who outscored them individually by 80+ the next weekend.