Holt has claimed its share.
Now the question is who will join the Rams as the champions in the CAAC Blue.
That question will be answered Friday when Division 2 No. 9-ranked East Lansing hosts Grand Ledge in a regular-season finale.
The matchup between the Trojans (6-2, 4-1) and Grand Ledge (6-2, 4-1) highlights what to watch in the final week of the high school football regular season in Greater Lansing.
East Lansing had been in the driver’s seat in the league race since its midseason win over DeWitt. The Trojans had an opportunity to claim the title outright until suffering a tight road loss to Holt last week. East Lansing will try to rebound to finish on top of the league for the third time since 2019.
Grand Ledge has an opportunity to capture its first league championship since 2017, which also marks the last time it beat East Lansing. The Comets, who earned a forfeit win over Okemos last week, have won four of five since a Week 3 loss to Holt. That stretch includes a win over DeWitt that featured a record rushing performance from standout senior quarterback Shawn Foster.
Outside of a loss to Holt, Grand Ledge has scored at least 28 points in each game and is averaging 32.2 points in the games it has played. .
East Lansing has averaged 35.6 points and held six of its eight opponents to 16 points or less.
Numerous games involving area teams have playoff implications this week, including a matchup of defending state champions Pewamo-Westphalia and Lansing Catholic.
Lansing Catholic (3-5) is among the final teams in the Division 6 playoff field entering the week and could improve its standing with a victory over P-W, which claimed a share of its eighth straight CMAC title last week.
Laingsburg (6-2) is in the same position as Lansing Catholic in Division 6 and can boost its chances with a win over Montrose.
Dansville (3-5) and Stockbridge (5-3) meet this week with both teams just on the outside of the playoff picture. Dansville is among the first teams outside the field in Division 8 and Stockbridge is on the outside in Division 6.
Fulton (6-2) is currently part of the 8-player Division 1 field and could improve its chances of being among the top 16 in playoff points in its division with a win over power Morrice.
Lakewood (6-2) is one of the last teams currently in the Division 5 playoffs and will try to strengthen its chances at getting in the field when it faces rival Ionia.
Waverly (4-4) is one of the final teams in the Division 3 playoffs and closes the season against DeWitt.
In Division 4, Sexton (4-4) is outside the playoff field and hosts Williamston, needing a win to help its case.
Perry (3-5) also needs a win to improve its playoff hopes in Division 7 and hosts Bath. Perry is the first team out of the Division 7 field, while Bath is one of the final six teams currently in the field.
Leslie is also among the first couple teams outside the playoffs in Division 7 and faces CMAC champion Fowler with a chance to help its cause.
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