Washtenaw County stars crushed in their final high school football game
Eight Washtenaw County football players were on the losing end of the most lopsided Michigan High School Football Coaches Association All-Star Game in its 32-year history.
The West All-Stars beat their East counterparts 59-7 on Saturday at Bahlke Field at Alma College. It's the most points scored in the game and the largest margin of victory.
West quarterback Cooper Rush from Lansing Catholic completed 10 of 12 passes for 241 passing yards and four touchdowns, including a 95-yard pass to Flint Carman-Ainsworth's Shane Barron.
The West outgained the East, 461-78, during the game.
Dexter quarterback Mike Mioduszewski completed 4 of 9 passes for 18 yards for the East team. He also lost 10 yards on two rush attempts.
Huron's Parish Thomas gained nine yards on five rush attempts and caught one pass.
Milan's Tory Martinsen caught one pass for five yards, helping to set up the East's only score. Saline kicker Dylan Mulder kicked the extra point.
Father Gabriel Richard fullback Nick Pauze rushed twice for two yards.
Chelsea linebacker Truman Hadley, Willow Run defensive back Nyshaun Marks and Ypsilanti defensive lineman Adam Smith each made three tackles for the East.
Complete stats are available on the MHSFCA website.