High school football continued to surprise area fans during Week 8 as several teams pulled out big wins and others were snake bitten in the final moments of action.

Muskegon Catholic walked away big winners on Friday night, pulling off a last second touchdown catch to top defending state champion Centerville. 

Grant on the other hand fell to Central Montcalm in the last minute of play after nearly completing a comeback. 

Fruitport got a needed shot in the arm off a giant 90-yard TD run by Paschal Jolman in its win over Allendale.

Here are the football headlines from Week 8: 

Muskegon Heights falls to Carson City-Crystal on the road

Grant rallies back against Central Montcalm, falls in final seconds

Ludington seniors celebrate with win over Morely Stanwood in final home game

Sam Convertini makes giant TD catch in final seconds to lift Muskegon Catholic over Centerville

Spring Lake falls victim to GR West Catholic second-half comeback

Muskegon Big Reds use three-straight TD’s to top Reeths-Puffer

Hart snaps five-game skid with 70-12 win over Shelby

North Muskegon manages injuries and a missing head coach, shuts out Mason County Central

Paschal Jolman breaks off 90-yard TD run to lift Fruitport over Allendale

Turnovers hurt Grand Haven in 26-7 loss to East Kentwood

Oakridge fights off WMC rival Ravenna in high scoring battle

Vikings sophomore QB Kyle Stratton puts on show to return “The Bell” back to Whitehall in battle against Montague

Mona Shores bounces back after tough loss to Muskegon, rolls past Holland with 76-24 win