Belleville — High School football in the state of Michigan resumed Saturday afternoon after an eight-week break and No. 1 Belleville faced No. 2 Detroit Cass Tech in a Division 1 regional final showdown.

Coach Jermain Crowell holds up his team's regional trophy after Belleville beats Detroit Cass Tech, 43-16.

No, it didn’t have the same hype as it would have been if the game had been played on its original Nov. 20 date of Nov. 20, but the weather certainly was better than expected — 40 degrees and sunshine — and Belleville earned a 43-16 win in a game that was pushed back multiple times due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cass Tech played without the King twins — Penn State-bound cornerback receiver/cornerback Kalen King and linebacker/running back Kobe King — members of The News Dream Team who opted out.

And, Belleville was without Purdue-bound receiver Deion Burks who also opted out, along with four-star junior safety Myles Rowser (death in the family).

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Kobe King was a dominant force throughout the season, rushing for nearly 800 yards while getting in on 95 tackles while Kalen King got things done in all three phases, scoring on long touchdown catches after hauling in short passes in space, playing shutdown corner and as a return man in special teams.