Muskegon Catholic Central faced crosstown rival Muskegon Heights this week and left with a 41-8 victory. Muskegon Catholic Central would score the first 41 points of the ball game before Muskegon Heights answered with a touchdown of their own late in the fourth quarter.

Bryan Convertini  led the way for Muskegon Catholic Central with 64 rushing yards, good for the most on his squad, along with three rushing touchdowns on the night. He wouldn’t have to do much through the air under center, as Muskegon Catholic Central controlled this game on the ground with 250 rushing yards as a team.

Next week, MCC (5-2) will take on Centreville. Muskegon Heights (0-7) is still searching for their first victory, as they face Carson City-Crystal.