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FNF: Huge individual performances highlights Week 3

The Davison student section poses for pictures during Friday night's game against Carman-Ainsworth.

Our game of the week featured two unbeaten teams as Carrollton, a team making waves this season, took on Freeland, a team who always makes waves. The Cavaliers had been blowing the doors off of their opponents but it was the Falcons dominating the game on Friday night. Freeland improves to 3-0 on the season as they rip Carrollton 56-16.

Beecher has owned their series against Lake Fenton over the last few years but the Bluedevils had designs on changing that narrative in week 3. Trent Hilger led the way for Lake Fenton rumbling for 157 yards and 4 touchdowns in a 61-14.

Atherton came into week 3 action unbeaten, Hamady had just one loss but the Hawks showed us all that records can be deceiving. Hamady led 12-6 at halftime but their offense woke up in the second half. On the first play from scrimmage in the 3rd quarter, Amarr Blake hit Roswan Brewster down the sidelines for a 45 yard gain. Hamady would go on to win in grand fashion 50-18.

Carman-Ainsworth has been a tough team to figure out in 2016. The ups and downs of the young season have made it difficult to get a read on them, unless you're Davison. The Cardinals had absolutley no problem handling the Cavaliers on Friday night. Davison wins the game 56-21. Cardinals junior Tariq Reid had another big game. "It feels like we accomplished something," he said. "We've been putting in work and these guys have been waiting years for this moment. We work so hard it and we deserve it."

Grand Blanc welcomed Plymouth to town on Friday night and promptly showed them who was in charge. Bobcats quarterback Kevin Coriosso had his way with Plymouth in the air and on the ground. Wide receiver Blake Bogan had another huge game and Grnad Blanc improved to 3-0 on the season with a 42-27 win.

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