Two local high school football teams fell short over the weekend in their quest to make it to the state championship game.
Playing at Tecumseh High School, Constantine lost a tough contest against Clinton. The Falcons came up short in their Division 6 game, 40-to-6.
Meanwhile, in a Division 7 matchup in Fenton, Schoolcraft suffered a 36-to-21 defeat to New Lothrop.
The only local team to play this coming weekend for a state title is Centreville High School, which advanced due to a forfeit by COVID-stricken Clarkston Everest Collegiate High School.
The Bulldogs face Ubly at 10 a.m. Friday at Ford Field in Detroit, where the Division 8 state title will be decided.
Centreville superintendent Stephanie Lemmer announced classes Friday will be canceled.