What you know, as 3 teams of Greater Lansing are chasing state titles

Three Greater Lansing teams are still playing for state titles as another busy sports year in high school enters its final week.

The district has seven teams from the state championship this school year, with Lansing Christian Golf Boys and Lansing Catholic Boys vying for state titles this spring. There is a chance for two championships on the field, with the football for girls Haslet and Williamson still alive, and one for the diamond with the baseball of Pewamo-Westphalia.

Here’s what you need to know as all three try to end their seasons by doing school history and lifting trophies for state titles in Michigan on Saturday.

The hornets are on the doorstep again

The last state semifinal for girls’ football, Williamston, is the second in a row under coach Steve Horn. The Hornets were stopped by the country’s Detroit Day in last year’s Division 3 semifinals. 3 in the Pontiac Notre Dame Prep rankings at 8pm Wednesday at Parker Middle School in Howell.

The Hornets are trying to reach the state championship match for the first time since 2010. Williamson has two appearances in the title match in the history of the program – the other was in 2008 – and is aiming for his first championship.

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