October 25, 2010 by staff
Zeeland East and West Zealand won every local advantage to be selected seeded in their respective districts.
West of Ottawa, Fennville and Saugatuck will open on the road.
In Division 1, west of Ottawa (7-2) goes to the second-seeded Grand Haven (8-2) for his first game. This is a rematch of a September 10 game that West Ottawa won at home 29-15.
The winner faces either Traverse City West (6-3) and Rockford (8-1).
In Division 3, Zeeland East (9-0) landed the first head of the district. The Chix host Fruitport (7-2) in the first round game.
The winner will face Stevensville-Lakeshore (7-2) or San Jose (7-2) in the district final.
The East-Fruitport Zealand game will be Friday or Saturday at the Stade becausxe Zealand West Zealand also has a home playoff game.
In Division 4, OK Green Conference West Zealand runner is the favorite for his district.
The Duke (8-1) will have a rematch in the first round with Hudsonville Unity Christian (6-3). West Zealand beat Christian Unity makes 42 to 13 two weeks.
The winner will play or Spring Lake (7-2) or Grand Rapids Catholic Central (7-2).
In Division 6, SAC champion North Fennville (6-3) will go to Hartford (8-1) to start the postseason. The winner will face Bangor (6-3) or seeded Montague (7-2).
It is a rematch of a Sept. 17 meeting in Hartford to win 21-13. Fennville is the last time lost.
In Division 8, Saugatuck (6-3) travel to San Jose from Michigan Lutheran (8-1), top seed in the district, for their first round match. The winner will face St. Joseph Lake Michigan Catholic (8-1) and Climax-Scotts (9-0).
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