See 130 images from Grand Rapids Catholic Central, Frankenmuth Division 5 semifinal football game

MT. PLEASANT, MI – Frankenmuth met Grand Rapids Catholic Central for the Division 4 semi-final soccer game on Saturday afternoon.

Grand Rapids Catholic Central took the win 35-0 home.

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Catholic Headquarters, 13-0, advances to Ford Field to claim his fourth state title in five years and second straight championship title in Division 5. The Cougars will play 13-0 Marine City at Ford Field on Saturday at 4:30 p.m.

MLive was there to document scenes from the game. Check out 130 images of the evening in the gallery above or click here for a direct link to the gallery or to purchase prints.

Grand Rapids Catholic Central’s John Passinault (2) runs the ball across the pitch during the Division 5 semi-final soccer game against Frankenmuth on Saturday, November 20, 2021. (Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com)Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com

Grand Rapids Catholic Central Football defeated Frankenmuth in the Division 5 semifinals

Grand Rapids Catholic Central’s marching band will perform at halftime during the Division 5 semi-final soccer game against Frankenmuth on Saturday, November 20, 2021. (Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com)Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com

Grand Rapids Catholic Central Football defeated Frankenmuth in the Division 5 semifinals

Frankenmuth’s Cole Jankowski (14) spins across the field during the Division 5 semi-final soccer game against Grand Rapids Catholic Central on Saturday, November 20, 2021. (Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com)Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com

Grand Rapids Catholic Central Football defeated Frankenmuth in the Division 5 semifinals

Grand Rapids Catholic Central students cheer on their team during the Division 5 semi-final soccer game against Frankenmuth on Saturday, November 20, 2021. (Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com)Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com

Grand Rapids Catholic Central Football defeated Frankenmuth in the Division 5 semifinals

Jack Krajewski (62) of Grand Rapids Catholic Central celebrates with his teammates after defeating Frankenmuth in the semi-finals of Division 5 on Saturday, November 20, 2021. (Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com)Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com

Grand Rapids Catholic Central Football defeated Frankenmuth in the Division 5 semifinals

Frankenmuth cheerleaders strengthen their team and fans during the Division 5 semi-final soccer game against Grand Rapids Catholic Central on Saturday, November 20, 2021. (Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com)Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com

Grand Rapids Catholic Central Football defeated Frankenmuth in the Division 5 semifinals

Ronin Russell-Dixon (7) of Grand Rapids Catholic Central runs the ball across the pitch during the Division 5 semi-final soccer game against Frankenmuth on Saturday November 20, 2021. (Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com)Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com

Grand Rapids Catholic Central Football defeated Frankenmuth in the Division 5 semifinals

Frankenmuth’s marching band will perform at halftime during the Division 5 semi-final soccer game against Grand Rapids Catholic Central on Saturday, November 20, 2021. (Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com)Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com

Grand Rapids Catholic Central Football defeated Frankenmuth in the Division 5 semifinals

Nolan Ziegler (24) from Grand Rapids Catholic Central and Cole Jankowski (14) from Frankenmuth jump on a pass for Ziegler during the Division 5 semi-final soccer game on Saturday, November 20, 2021. (Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com)Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com

Grand Rapids Catholic Central Football defeated Frankenmuth in the Division 5 semifinals

The fans of Grand Rapids Catholic Central cheer for their team during the Division 5 semi-final soccer match against Frankenmuth on Saturday, November 20, 2021. (Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com)Kaytie Boomer | MLive.com

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