MARQUETTE, Mich.— Well, the wait is finally over in Northern Michigan as high school football playoffs are back for the first time in over 50 days. As the Johannesburg-Lewiston Cardinals returned to action on Saturday Against Iron Mountain in a regional final game that didn’t disappoint. The Cardinals were able to hang on to win 7-6 after the Mountaineer’s missed a game winning field goal as time expired. To secure the Cardinals their first regional crown since 1998. With the win, the team remains perfect on the season at 10-0 and will look for number eleven next weekend. When they welcome Ubly in the state semifinal game.