Posted On: 11/15/20 12:17 PM

Following Friday and Saturday’s district championship games, we’re now halfway through the MHSAA playoffs with only three weeks remaining in what’s been a truly unusual season. Seven teams in the OK Conference claimed district championships and will now look forward to their regional championship opponents. Below I’ll break down the top performers throughout the OK Conference from the MHSAA District Championships.

Zak AhernZakAhern6'2" | QBRockford | 2022MI, QB, Rockford

Zak threw three touchdown passes and ran for another in the wildest game of the weekend as Rockford defeated Grandville 34-28 in three overtimes. It wasn’t the cleanest game for Zak, who threw a pair of interceptions, but he more than made up for it making play after play to help secure the win for the Rams. Zak sealed the win in the third overtime with a beautiful fade route to the corner of the endzone to teammate Caden Currie. The Rams will host Saline next week in a Division 1 Regional Championship.

Ben Tadych and Sam Watts LB, Rockford

Rockford needed huge games from its linebacker group if they were going to stop Grandville’s vaunted running attack and did Ben Tadych and Sam Watts ever deliver. Tadych and Watts each had 15

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