1939 Record: 7-0-2 T.V.A.A. Champs
The Good: Dominate defense gave up only 30 points. Depth in backfield and tough line. Four players made Honorable Mention All-State Tackle Larry Colgrove, RB Dick Wenzell, Tackle Jim Herbst and RB Hugh Mack.
The Bad: Two ties- a goalline stand vs. Wayne and a 6-6 tie vs. Royal Oak on Thanksgiving.
Overall: Probably the best team from a great era of football. The 1939, 1940, 1941 and 1943 won the T.V.A.A.
1951 Record: 8-1 2nd place EML
The Good: A dominant team that outscored its opponents 219 to 51. Tom Tracy was named AP High School Player of the Year. Big line featured Tom Rickleman, Ron Rolph, Jack Watkinson and Marc Joslyn. Defeated Royal Oak 27-0, holding the Oaks to 57 yards and 3 first downs.
The Bad: Lost the EML Championship game 13-0 at Port Huron. Gaining only 140 total yards.
Overall: A talented team that finished the season ranked in the top ten in the state. Tom Tracy proved he was the best player in the history of the school.
1955 8-1 EML Champions
The Good: Great QB play by Bill Swaney. Line and defense was led by All-Stater Jim Traa. Four All-County Players: Traa, Swaney, RB John Appleford and RB Wayne Geggie.
The Bad: Lost a heartbreaker to Royal Oak 27-20. Probably one of the best Thanksgiving Day Classics. End Bob Isbell caught two touchdowns to keep the score close.
Overall: Seaholm would not see another league champion for 27 years.
1978 7-2 2nd Place SMA
The Good: Established Seaholm as a threat to win the SMA. Scored 260 points and gave up only 71. Bill Kendro was named All-State.
The Bad: Losses to Royal Kimball 21-7 and the controversial loss at Groves 20-17.
Overall: Ushered in the modern era of success for Seaholm Football.
1982 8-1 SMA Champions
The Good: Won eight straight games. Outscored opponents 196-94. Balanced team that could run or throw. Young team loaded with future stars.
The Bad Opening game loss 28-27 to Bloomfield Hills Lahser.
Overall. First League title in 27 years. Started the 26 games regular season winning streak.
1983 9-1 SMA Champions
The Good: First undefeated/untied team in nine game schedule. First play-off team. Outscored opponents 203-65. Joe Holland named All-State after recording 17 sacks.
The Bad: Tough loss to Birmingham Brother Rice 21-6. Special teams mishaps aided the Warriors.
Overall: Maybe the best team ever at Seaholm..
1984 9-1 SMA Champions
The Good: Outscored opponents 235-68. Game vs. Southfield a classic. Two 4th quarter touchdowns kept streak in tact. Three players named All-State Joe Holland, DT Rob Bosart and LB Marc Spencer.
The Bad: Play-off loss to Farmington Hills Harrison ended the best three years of Seaholm Football.
Overall: Easily the most talent ever at Seaholm. 26-game regular season winning streak.
1989 8-1 SMA Champions
The Good: Outscored opponents 226-99. Tremendous defense and QB Ryan Martin led team. Martin named All-State. Game with Troy one of the best ever at Maple Field.
The Bad: After falling behind 19-0 Seaholm came back only to lose to Bloomfield Hills Lahser 25-22.
Overall: First championship for Coach Doug Fraser.
1991 9-1 SMA Champions
The Good: First string defense allowed 13 points in the regular season. Pitched four shutouts and held six opponents without a touchdown. LB Mike Kopcha named All-State.
The Bad: Loss to Birmingham Brother Rice 14-7 at home in the play-offs.
Overall: Dominant defense with talent to win the State Championship.
1997 10-2 OAA Division II Champions
The Good: First 10 win team. First Regional Championship team, first team to win a Division in the OAA. Outscored opponents 356-108. Defense pitched six shutouts. Offense scored 30 points 7 times. Linebacker trio Chris McCuiston, Zach Leader and Chris Stefanes ranks with the best at Seaholm.
The Bad: Tough double overtime loss to Rochester Adams 31-30 and a State Semi-Final loss to eventual State Champion Farmington Hills Harrison 21-7 in Coach Frasers last game.
Overall: Coach Frasers last team could have been his best. No other Seaholm team has won a regional Championship.
2001 11-1 OAA Division III Champions
The Good: Dominating offense scored 362 points. Special teams rank with Seaholms best. Defeated Groves 2nd place in OAA Division II 31-7. Overcame injuries to QB Matt Wilde, RB Branden Moore and DT Luke Farlow-Wolgast. QB/LB/P/K Jim Constantine named All-State.
The Bad: Dominated in Regional Final by Saginaw. Saginaw featured Michigan Bound Players Lamar Woodley and Jerome Jackson.
Overall: Best team of the three OAA Division Champions from 2000-2002.