Friday, September 9, 2011

Week 3 Football Predictions

Week 2 Record: 14-3 Season record: 27-8
Walled Lake Northern at Walled Lake Central
In this game last season, Central made a statement in a convincing ___win. This year it will be much closer, but Central will come out on top again.
Central 42 Northern 29

Waterford Mott at Lakeland
Lakeland looks like their back on the right track after a week two win over South Lyon.
Lakeland 42 Mott 26

Bloomfield Hills Lahser at Birmingham Seaholm 
Even though it’s still early in the season, nobody has proven capable of slowing down the Maples offense.
Seaholm 28 Lahser 21

Troy Athens at Clarkston
The Wolves have proven they can score plenty of points this season and most are already aware of the defense.
Clarkston 24 Athens 10

Milford at Grand Blanc
It’s usually a bit early for statement games in week three, but Milford has a chance to make a statement against a talented Grand Blanc squad.
Upset Special: Milford 31 Grand Blanc 28 in OT

Birmingham Brother Rice at Toledo St. Francis DeSales
Much has been made about the Warriors running game early on this season, but the passing game could end up being the key in this one.
Brother Rice 31 De Sales 28

Livonia Stevenson at Novi
There’s no way Zach Masserant and Co. will let Novi start off with an 0-3 record, is there?
Novi 21 Stevenson 13

South Lyon at Plymouth Salem
South Lyon has been sneaky good so far this season and it should continue against the Rocks.
S. Lyon 31 Salem 24

Inkster at Novi Detroit Catholic Central
With Catholic Centra'ls defense, the Shamrocks have looked almost unbeatable so far.
CC 24 Inkster 7

Pontiac at Lake Orion
Now that the Dragons have righted the ship, and moving to 1-1, expect them to start rolling now.
Lake Orion 35 Pontiac 18

Walled Lake Western at Waterford Kettering
The Warriors are putting up some serious offensive numbers so far this season, but don't forget about their defense.
Western 35 Kettering 17

Berkley at Birmingham Groves
It’s only a matter of time before Keon Collier has a monster game. I’ve got a feeling that this will be that game.
Groves 34 Berkley 28

Southfield-Lathrup at Rochester Adams
Adams has looked relatively strong in each of their first two games and there’s no reason to think Friday will be any different.
Adams 42 Lathrup 24

Riverview Gabriel Richard at Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes
The Lakers continue to find big time performers on both sides of the ball on a regular basis.
WOLL 24  RGR 12

Pontiac Notre Dame Prep at Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard
Notre Dame Prep can take a huge step toward making the playoffs with a win on Saturday and a 3-0 start.
N.D. Prep 26 A.A.G.R 24 

Southfield at Oak Park
Even though the Bluejays fell short last week, they proved that they can hang with just about anyone.
Southfield 35 Oak Park 20

New Haven at Clawson
Clawson has been one of the early pleasant surprises in Oakland County this season, and they are out to prove that this start is no fluke.
Clawson 31 New Haven 21

West Bloomfield at Royal Oak
The Ravens couldn’t make it two in a row last week, but could make it two out of three this week.
R.O. 24 The W.B. 17

Rochester at Troy
Even though the Falcons stumbled a bit in week two, don't forget about their impressive season opening win.
Rochester 38 Troy 28

Farmington at Oxford
Oxford better not look past Farmington with their showdown with Farmington Hills Harrison looming next week. This game should be much closer than expected.
Oxford 28 Farmington 27


  1. Brother Rice's opponent is Toledo St. Francis DeSales (1-1). St. Mary's Week 2 opponent was Toledo St. John's Jesuit (2-0).

  2. Thank you for catching the mistake. Much appreciated. I've updated the pick.