See Greater Lansing’s district finals standouts

Here is a look at the top performances from high school district finals in Greater Lansing. This reflects stats submitted to the LSJ.


CASON CARSWELL, MASON: The sophomore completed 11 of 19 passes for 213 yards and two touchdown and added a 10-yard rushing score in a 34-12 victory over Jackson in a Division 4 district title game.

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KANYE JACKSON, EAST LANSING: The senior had 12 carries for 131 yards and three touchdowns and added eight tackles on defense for the Trojans in their win over Portage Northern in a Division 2 district final.

BRYCE KURNCZ, DEWITT: The senior threw the game-tying touchdown pass in the final seconds of regulation and had the game-winning touchdown run in the third overtime for the Panthers in their 56-49 win over No. 2-ranked Mount Pleasant in a Division 3 district final. He finished with 158 yards rushing and four touchdowns and had a team-high 42 yards receiving.

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DREW MILLER, PORTLAND: The senior had 23 carries for 223 yards and three touchdowns in the No. 4-ranked Raiders’ 34-28 win over No. 8 Corunna in a Division 5 district championship game. He also had seven tackles.

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Cason Carswell, Mason – 213 yards

Jack Jacobs, Lansing Catholic – 160 yards

Jacob Halfman, Fowler – 152 yards

Seneca Moore, Holt – 128 yards

Dalen Adams, East Lansing – 102 yards

Elliott Larner, DeWitt – 100 yards


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Drew Miller, Portland – 223 yards

Bryce Kurncz, DeWitt – 158 yards

Kanye Jackson, East Lansing – 131 yards

Jace Clarizio, East Lansing – 131 yards

Shawn Foster, Grand Ledge – 127 yards

Nolan Stump, Fowler – 124 yards

AJ Martel, Mason – 108 yards


Colin Page, Mason – 98 yards

Charles Thompson, Holt – 85 yards

Zach Halfman, Fowler – 69 yards

Tyler Rakan, Lansing Catholic – 59 yards

Brandon Lewis, Lansing Catholic – 58 yards

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