Michigan High School Football State Champions listed since 1894

This following list consists of mythical champions and champions who were determined by playoff games and a final game. The following data was referenced off MHSAA's website. Bold games since 1975 represent when the State Playoffs games started.

1894-- Detroit Central

1895-- Detroit Central

1896-- Ann Arbor, Detroit Central, and Grand Rapids Central

1897-- Ann Arbor and Detroit Central

1898-- Ann Arbor

1899-- Pontiac

1900-- Ishpeming

1901-- Ishpeming

1902-- Ishpeming

1903-- Benton Harbor

1904-- Escanaba

1905-- Ishpeming

1906-- Benton Harbor

1907-- Benton Harbor and Escanaba

1908-- Ann Arbor

1909-- Ann Arbor

1910-- Detroit Central

1911-- Detroit Central and Bay City Eastern

1912-- Grand Rapids Central

1913-- Detroit Central

1914-- Detroit Central

1915-- Detroit Central

1916-- Detroit Central

1917-- Detroit Northwestern and Lansing Central

1918-- Lansing Central

1919-- Lansing Central

1920-- Muskegon

1921-- Muskegon

1922-- Flint Central and Detroit Eastern

1923-- Ann Arbor and Muskegon

1924-- Flint Central and Grand Rapids South

1925-- Flint Central, Grand Rapids Union, and Port Huron

1926-- Muskegon

1927-- Detroit Northwestern and Muskegon

1928-- Bay City Central and Muskegon

1929-- Bay City Central and Benton Harbor

1930-- Flint Northern and Jackson

1931-- Grand Rapids Union and Lansing Central

1932-- Flint Central

1933-- Flint Northern, Lansing Eastern, and Muskegon Heights

1934-- Lansing Eastern and Muskegon Heights

1935-- Muskegon Heights

1936-- Muskegon

1937-- Lansing Central and Muskegon

1938-- Lansing Central

1939-- Lansing Central and Flint Northern

1940-- Flint Northern

1941-- Cooley

1942-- Wyandotte Roosevelt, Detroit Catholic Central, Flint Northern, Jackson, and Muskegon

1943-- Ann Arbor, Fordson, and Grand Rapids Catholic Central

1944-- Mackenzie, Grand Rapids South, Muskegon, Wayne Memorial, and Saginaw

1945-- Muskegon Heights and Wayne Memorial

1946-- Muskegon Heights, Ypsilanti, and Sexton

1947-- Muskegon Heights, Ypsilanti, and Flint Central

1948-- Grand Rapids Union and Ypsilanti

1949-- Grand Rapids Catholic Central, and River Rouge

1950-- Flint Northern and Cadillac

1951-- Grand Rapids Catholic Central, Niles, and Muskegon

1952-- Ann Arbor and Bad Axe

1953-- Pershing and Ironwood

1954-- Grosse Pointe and Grand Haven

1955-- Ann Arbor and East Grand Rapids

1956-- Flint Northern and Sault Ste. Marie

1957-- Midland and Marshall

1958-- Flint Central and Bay City Central

1959-- Grand Rapids Catholic Central, Manistique, and Kalamazoo University

1960-- Denby and Flint Northern, Riverview, and Kalamazoo University

1961-- Sexton, Bay City Handy, St. Ambrose, and Marysville

1962-- Ann Arbor, St. Ambrose, Galesburg Augusta and Bad Axe

1963-- Denby, Sexton, Hillsdale, Willow Run, and Kalamazoo St. Augustine

1964-- East Lansing, Albion, and Middleville

1965-- Bay City Central, Buchanan, Jackson St. Johns, and Middleville

1966-- Battle Creek Central, Buena Vista, and Galesburg Augusta

1967-- Bay City Central, Albion, Buena Vista, Bay City St. Joseph, and Galesburg Augusta

1968-- Battle Creek Central, Midland, Riverview, Frankenmuth, and DeTour

1969-- Bay City Central, Monroe Saint Mary Catholic Central, Sturgis, Frankenmuth, and Cheboygan Catholic Central

1970-- North Farmington, Northview, Galesburg Augusta, and Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart

1971-- Muskegon, Chelsea, Hackett, North Muskegon, and Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart

1972-- Ferndale, Bay City Central, Hillsdale, Hudson, and Indian River-Inland Lakes

1973-- Arthur Hill, Divine Child, Hudson, and Traverse City Saint Francis

1974-- Brother Rice, Muskegon Catholic Central, Hudson, and Traverse City Saint Francis

1975-- Franklin, Divine Child, Ishpeming, and Crystal Falls Forest Park

1976-- Midland Dow, East Grand Rapids, Flat Rock, and Crystal Falls Forest Park

1977-- Brother Rice, Jackson Lumen Christi, Orchard Lake Saint Mary's, and Flint Holy Rosary

1978-- Traverse City Central, Warren Woods, Forest Hills Northern, and DePorres

1979-- Detroit Catholic Central, Jackson Lumen Christi, Ishpeming, and Norway

1980-- Brother Rice, Muskegon Catholic Central, Munising, and Norway

1981-- Escanaba, Farmington Hills Harrison, Elkton-Pigeon-Bay Port, and DePorres

1982-- Farmington Hills Harrison, Muskegon Catholic Central, DePorres, and Mendon

1983-- Brother Rice, East Grand Rapids, DePorres, and Saint Ignace LaSalle

1984-- Pioneer, Wyoming Park, DePorres, and Gobles

1985-- Traverse City Central, Divine Child, Lansing Catholic Central, and Battle Creek Saint Phillip

1986-- Muskegon, Marysville, Country Day, and Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary

1987-- Pioneer, Grand Rapids Catholic Central, Erie Mason, and Martin

1988-- Traverse City Central, Farmington Hills Harrison, DePorres, and Schoolcraft

1989-- Muskegon, Farmington Hills Harrison, Schoolcraft, and Mendon

1990-- Detroit Catholic Central, Brother Rice, Dowagiac Union, Robichaud, DePorres, Muskegon Catholic Central, Marion, and Frankfort

1991-- Arthur Hill, East Lansing, Farmington Hills Harrison, Monroe Saint Mary Catholic Central, Pennfield, Muskegon Catholic Central, Mendon, and Frankfort

1992-- Detroit Catholic Central, Reeths-Puffer, Oxford, Marysville, DePorres, Traverse City Saint Francis, Lake Linden-Hubbell, and Portland Saint Patrick

1993-- Fordson, Farmington Hills Harrison, East Grand Rapids, Kingsford, Hartford, Iron Mountain, Mendon, and Fowler

1994-- Troy, Farmington Hills Harrison, Monroe Jefferson, Belding, Orchard Lake Saint Mary's, Ravenna, Maple City Glen Lake, and Beal City

1995-- Detroit Catholic Central, Lapeer West, East Grand Rapids, Country Day, DePorres, Muskegon Catholic Central, Mendon, and Fowler

1996-- Walled Lake Western, Grandville, Marshall, Jackson Lumen Christi, DePorres, Ravenna, Pittsford, and Fowler

1997-- Detroit Catholic Central, Farmington Hills Harrison, Ogemaw Heights, Belding, Oakridge, Ravenna, Lawrence, and Lake Linden-Hubbell

1998-- Detroit Catholic Central, Farmington Hills Harrison, Menominee, Chesaning, Montrose, Unionville Sebewaing, Middleton Fulton, and Fowler

1999-- Walled Lake Western, Saginaw, Farmington Hills Harrison, Orchard Lake Saint Mary's, Country Day, Saint Charles, Traverse City Saint Francis, and Mendon

2000-- Grand Ledge, Brother Rice, Farmington Hills Harrison, Orchard Lake Saint Mary's, Jackson Lumen Christi, Whittemore-Prescott, Iron Mountain, and Muskegon Catholic Central

2001-- Detroit Catholic Central, Chippewa Valley, Farmington Hills Harrison, Chesaning, Jackson Lumen Christi, Schoolcraft, DePorres, and Mendon

2002-- Detroit Catholic Central, Lowell, East Grand Rapids, South Christian, Montrose, Negaunee, Mendon, and Our Lady of the Lakes

2003-- Detroit Catholic Central, Rochester Adams, East Grand Rapids, Three Rivers, Jackson Lumen Christi, Ravenna, Traverse City Saint Francis, and DePorres

2004-- Rockford, Muskegon, Lowell, Orchard View, Jackson Lumen Christi, Constantine, Unionville Sebewaing, and Climax-Scotts

2005-- Rockford, Brother Rice, Caledonia, Flint Powers, Oakridge, Kingsley, Traverse City Saint Francis, and Mendon

2006-- Dakota, Muskegon, East Grand Rapids, Zeeland West, Menominee, Nouvel, Muskegon Catholic Central, and New Lothrop

2007-- Dakota, King, East Grand Rapids, Marine City, Menominee, Nouvel, Mendon, and Crystal Falls Forest Park

2008-- Rockford, Muskegon, East Grand Rapids, Holland Christian, Oakridge, Montague, Traverse City Saint Francis, and Muskegon Catholic Central

2009-- Detroit Catholic Central, Lowell, East Grand Rapids, Marshall, Jackson Lumen Christi, Montague, Traverse City Saint Francis, and Beal City

2010-- Lake Orion, Farmington Hills Harrison, East Grand Rapids, Grand Rapid Catholic Central, West Catholic, Ithaca, Hudson, and Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart Academy

2011-- Cass Tech, Brother Rice, Orchard Lake Saint Mary's, Zeeland West, Flint Powers, Ithaca, Nouvel, and Mendon

2012-- Cass Tech, Brother Rice, Grand Rapids Christian, South Christian, Portland, Ithaca, Ishpeming, and Harbor Beach

2013-- Clarkston, Brother Rice, Zeeland West, Marine City, Grand Rapids West Catholic, Ithaca, Ishpeming, and Muskegon Catholic Central

2014--Clarkston, De La Salle, Orchard Lake Saint Mary's, South Christian, West Catholic, Saint Mary Catholic Central, Loyola, and Muskegon Catholic Central

2015--Romeo, Detroit King, Orchard Lake Saint Mary's, Zeeland West, West Catholic, Ithaca, Ishpeming, and Muskegon Catholic Central

2016--Cass Tech, Detroit King, Orchard Lake Saint Mary's, Grand Rapids Catholic Central, West Catholic, Lumen Christi, Pewamo-Westphalia, and Muskegon Catholic Central

2017--Clarkston, De La Salle, Muskegon, Grand Rapids Catholic Central, West Catholic, Lumen Christi, Pewamo-Westphalia, and Ottawa Lake Whiteford

2018--Chippewa Valley, De La Salle, Detroit King, Edwardsburg, Unity Christian, Lumen Christi, New Lothrop, and Reading

Total number of State Championships in Michigan by Team

Comments

Posted by Cody West 08/05/2018

That 2008 season was one to remember! 4 of 8 state champions from within the borders of good ol' Muskegon County - 12th in the state in population at just 170,000.

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