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Brother Rice (Mich.) trailed for almost the entirety of the Division I state championship game and it almost looked like they would lose in the state title game for the second-straight year.
With one second left in the game, senior Justin Glod scored the game-winning goal to lead the Warriors to a 14-13 win over Detroit Catholic Central (Mich.). Glod, Patrick O’Hara, D.J. Dixon, and Dylan Braddock each scored hat tricks in the victory.
Joey Kamish scored six goals for Detroit Catholic Central.
The win puts the Warriors back on top of the proverbial mountain after they lost to DCC in the Division I title game in 2018. That was the first time Brother Rice lost a championship game since the sport was sanctioned. They had won 15 consecutive championships prior to last year’s loss.
Landon (Md.) holds the record with 31 titles.
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Forest Hills Central (Mich.) won its first title since 2016 with a 20-4 win over Forest Hills Eastern (Mich.) in the Division 2 title game.
Tate Hallock totaled nine points (5g, 4a) to lead the Rangers. Forest Hills Central led 9-2 at halftime. Luke Majick scored five goals and three assists and Evan Metaj had four and one in the victory.
This is the first Michigan state championship for head coach Andy Shira.
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