Complete 2022 Catholic High School League football schedules

The Catholic High School League is set to begin its final football season in its current familiar format. The powerhouse conference is set to expand to include five Toledo-area schools next year, meaning this is the final chance for Michigan teams to claim a division or Prep Bowl title before the Ohio schools look to mix things up. Here is the complete 2022 Catholic High School League football schedule. CHSL CENTRALBloomfield Hills Brother RiceAug 25: 4:00 PM - H - Macomb DakotaSep 2: 6:00 PM - A - East KentwoodSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Brownstown WoodhavenSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Warren De La Salle CollegiateSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Catholic CentralSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Orchard Lake St Mary’sOct 7: OPENOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Country DayOct 21: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Cass TechDetroit Catholic CentralAug 25: 7:00 PM - H - Clinton Township Chippewa ValleySep 2: 7:00 PM - A - DavisonSep 9: 7:00 PM - H - DeWittSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Detroit U: D JesuitSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Bloomfield Hills Brother RiceSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Warren De La Salle CollegiateOct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Orchard Lake St Mary’sOct 15: 4:00 PM - A - Cincinnati La Salle (OH)Oct 21: TBDOrchard Lake St. Mary’sAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - Rochester AdamsSep 2: 7:00 PM - H - HudsonvilleSep 10: 7:00 PM - A - Naperville North (IL)Sep 16: 7:00 PM - H - River RougeSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Warren De La Salle CollegiateSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Bloomfield Hills Brother RiceOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Catholic CentralOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Oak ParkOct 21: TBDWarren De La SalleAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - Detroit RenaissanceSep 2: 7:00 PM - H - MuskegonSep 9: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit U: D JesuitSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Bloomfield Hills Brother RiceSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Orchard Lake St Mary’sSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Detroit Catholic CentralOct 8: 2:00 PM - A - Dayton Ponitz (OH)Oct 14: 7:00 PM - A - River RougeOct 21: TBDCHSL AADearborn Divine ChildAug 25: 7:00 PM - H - RiverviewSep 1: 5:00 PM - A - Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook KingswoodSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Waterford KetteringSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Southgate AndersonSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Livonia ClarencevilleSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Detroit U: D JesuitOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit LoyolaOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Pontiac Notre Dame PrepOct 21: TBDDetroit LoyolaAug 25: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Country DaySep 2: 7:00 PM - H - Grand Rapids Catholic CentralSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Ottawa Lake WhitefordSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Pontiac Notre Dame PrepSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit U: D JesuitSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Chicago Christ the King Jesuit (IL)Oct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Dearborn Divine ChildOct 21: TBDDetroit U: D JesuitAug 25: 6:00 PM - A - Oak ParkSep 1: 7:00 PM - A - Birmingham SeaholmSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Warren De La Salle CollegiateSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Catholic CentralSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Detroit LoyolaSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Dearborn Divine ChildOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Country DayOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - PinckneyOct 21: TBDCHSL INTERSECTIONAL IAnn Arbor Fr. Gabriel RichardAug 25: 5:00 PM - H - Detroit University PrepSep 1: 7:00 PM - A - Jackson NorthwestSep 9: 5:00 PM - H - Paw PawSep 16: 5:00 PM - H - Riverview Gabriel RichardSep 24: 1:00 PM - A - Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook KingswoodSep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Rochester Hills Lutheran NorthwestOct 7: 4:00 PM - H - Madison Heights Bishop FoleyOct 14: 7:00 PM - A - Macomb Lutheran NorthOct 21: 4:00 PM - H - Lutheran WestlandBloomfield Hills Cranbrook KingswoodAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - Livonia ClarencevilleSep 1: 5:00 PM - H - Dearborn Divine ChildSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Waterford Our Lady of the LakesSep 16: 7:00 PM - A - Madison Heights Bishop FoleySep 24: 1:00 PM - H - Ann Arbor Father Gabriel RichardOct 1: 3:00 PM - H - Macomb Lutheran NorthOct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Walled Lake CentralOct 14: 7:00 PM - A - Riverview Gabriel RichardOct 22: 3:00 PM - H - Redford UnionMacomb Lutheran NorthAug 26: 7:00 PM - H - St Clair Shores South LakeSep 9: 7:00 PM - H - Pontiac Notre Dame PrepSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Livonia ClarencevilleSep 23: 7:00 PM - H - Madison Heights Bishop FoleyOct 1: 3:00 PM - A - Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook KingswoodOct 7: 7:00 PM - A - Riverview Gabriel RichardOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Ann Arbor Father Gabriel RichardOct 21: 7:00 PM - A - YaleMadison Heights Bishop FoleyAug 25: 7:00 PM - A - PontiacSep 2: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit PershingSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Royal Oak Shrine CatholicSep 16: 7:00 PM - H - Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook KingswoodSep 23: 7:00 PM - A - Macomb Lutheran NorthSep 30: 7:00 PM - H - Riverview Gabriel RichardOct 7: 4:00 PM - A - Ann Arbor Father Gabriel RichardOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Detroit Old RedfordOct 21: 7:00 PM - H - Redford UnionRiverview Gabriel RichardAug 26: 7:00 PM - A - Grosse IleSep 1: 7:00 PM - H - Royal Oak Shrine CatholicSep 9: 7:00 PM - A - Carson City: CrystalSep 16: 5:00 PM - A - Ann Arbor Father Gabriel RichardSep 24: 1:00 PM - A - Muskegon Heights AcademySep 30: 7:00 PM - A - Madison Heights Bishop FoleyOct 7: 7:00 PM - H - Macomb Lutheran NorthOct 14: 7:00 PM - H - Bloomfield

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Factory owner responsible for toxic green ooze to be released early from prison due to coronavirus pandemic

click to enlarge Michigan Department of TransportationGreen liquid oozing from retaining wall along I-696. The owner of a contaminated factory that sent a hazardous, bright green ooze onto I-696 in Madison Heights will be released early from federal prison because of the coronavirus pandemic.Gayer Alfred Sayers, owner of Electro-Plating Services, was supposed to be jailed until Nov. 9, according to the Bureau of Prisons Instead, the 70-year-old will be released from FCI Morgantown, a minimum security detention center in West Virginia, on May 20 to serve house arrest, according to the U.S. Attorneys Office in Detroit.In March, Attorney General William Barr ordered prisons to immediately maximize the release of inmates to home confident to help stem the spread of COVID-19.In November, Sayers was sentenced to a year in prison on a charge of illegally storing hazardous materials at Electro-Plating Services in Madison Heights.Some of the hazardous materials were stored in a dirt hole in the basement, where the chemicals seeped into the ground and eventually found a path onto the freeway. The green slime was groundwater contaminated with cancer-causing hexavalent chromium, which was made famous by Erin Brockovich.The EPA spent about $2 million and nearly a year to clean up the waste, but officials now acknowledge they underestimated how much toxic waste ended up in the ground. The EPA continues to clean up the property.The City of Madison Heights has filed a lawsuit against Gary Sayers in an attempt to require him to pay for the demolition of the building to make the clean-up more effective.

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