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Kingsford and Marquette to Compete in High School Bowl Season 44 Championship

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High School Bowl's Championship Game: Marquette vs. Kingsford

6 months, 36 teams, and countless questions have all lead up to High School Bowl's 44th final championship round! The Marquette "Redmen" will play the Kingsford "Flivvers" in the final game of the 2022-23 season this Saturday, April 1 at 8/7c on WNMU-TV PBS. 

Since November, 36 teams from across Northern Michigan and Wisconsin have competed in High School Bowl's single-elimination tournament. Kingsford has played in 4 games so far this year, defeating Brimley, Pickford, Ironwood and most recently, Houghton. Marquette's team has played in 5 games, defeating Hancock, Norway, Gladstone, Calumet and Manistique. 

Both teams have shown great teamwork, knowledge and tenacity throughout the season. Who will have what it takes to win the battle of wits? You have to tune in to find out!

There are a number of ways to watch High School Bowl. Aside from being broadcast on channel 13.1, the program is also available throughout the state of Michigan on the Michigan Learning Channel (13.4) on Monday at 1/12c and 8/7c. You can stream live from our website, WNMU Passport, or the PBS App, or stream past episodes and seasons on our website. 

High School Bowl: Championship Game
Representing Kingsford, seated from left, are players Mika Yuhasey, team captain Hunter White, Christopher Burie and John Goupell.  Standing are alternates Julia Bradley and Anya Bradley with Coach Colleen Driscoll.  Players for Marquette are, seated from left, Bodhi White, Charles Henry, team captain Liam Ulland-Joy and Thor Bjerklie.  Standing are alternates Chase Marks, Syri DePetro, Tyler Traye and James (Jim) Bennett with Coach Chris Thoms.  High School Bowl host Jim Koski is standing at lower left.