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    Moore, King dominate two-time defending Division 2 state champion Mona Shores, 40-19


    Detroit — The long-awaited rematch was all Detroit King.

    Two-time defending Division 2 state champion Muskegon Mona Shores made the long trip from the west side of the state to the Motor City on Friday night, only to earn a long, long trip back home after a 40-19 loss to Dante Moore and Detroit King.

    The last time the teams played was at Ford Field in the Division 2 state title game in 2019 when Mona Shores celebrated with a 35-26 victory to end Moore’s freshman season.

    Moore showed he is all grown up, a reason he is considered to be one of the premier quarterbacks for the 2023 class with more than a dozen offers, including Ohio State, Notre Dame, LSU, Oregon and Michigan.

    KIng's Chansey Willis Jr. celebrates with Terrence Maize after Maize's touchdown run in the first half.

    Moore was at his best in the first half of the rematch, leading King to TDs on all five drives, including scoring passes of 6 yards to 5-foot-11, 315-pound Terrence Maize, a 9-yard toss to Chansey Willis Jr. and a 48-yard pass to Lamont Parks for a 34-13 cushion.

    King —  ranked No. 5 in The News Super 20 poll —  had a 354-152 advantage in total yards at the half with Moore completing 11-of-15 passes for 208 yards. He found Lynn Wyche-El on a third-and-6 and then a fourth-and 4 to keep the drive alive before connecting Willis for the TD.



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