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Oakland County High School Football Playoff Outlook

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The regular season has officially come to a close, and for the 288 teams whose names were called on Selection Sunday, all the focus now is on the playoffs and getting to the state championship game at Ford Field. Across Oakland County, here is how the playoff picture looks. Teams listed first are the home team. 

Division 1 

Clarkston vs. Romeo 

Lake Orion vs. Oxford 

Northville vs. Brighton 

Novi vs. Detroit Catholic Central 

Southfield A&T vs. Dearborn Fordson

Utica Eisenhower vs. Utica 

West Bloomfield vs. Rochester Adams 

Westland John Glenn vs. Detroit Cass Tech 

Division 2

Birmingham Seaholm vs. Birmingham Groves 

East Lansing vs. Lansing Everett 

Lakeland vs. Milford

Waterford Mott vs. Livonia Franklin 

Division 3 

Auburn Hills Avondale vs. Holly 

Walled Lake Western vs. Redford Thurston 

Division 4 

Freehand vs. Lake Fenton 

Goodrich vs. Ortonville Brandon 

Harper Woods vs. Croswell-Lexington 

Marysville vs. Madison Heights Lamphere 

Division 5 

Corunna vs. Flint Hamady

Pontiac Notre Dame Prep vs. Williamston 

Division 6 

Almont vs. Clintondale 

Warren Collegiate Michigan vs. Clawson 

Division 8 

Clarkston Everest Collegiate vs. Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 

Marine City Cardinal Mooney vs. Arts & Technology Academy of Pontiac

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