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46 min ago | Detroit Free Press
These five high school football players had impressive performances in their first game of the season: Farmington Hills Harrison: The senior quarterback ran for 173 yards on only eight carries and scored on runs of 65, 46 and 64 yards.
McDonogh 35 controlled the action for much of the St. Augustine Jamboree's opening game at Tad Gormley Stadium on Sunday.
The No. 3 Southeastern Louisiana football team jumped out to a 27-0 first quarter lead and never looked back on the way to a 44-3 victory over Jacksonville in the season opener for both teams Saturday night at Strawberry Stadium.
Billed as the Battle of the Bay State, statistically the game between Boston College and host UMass at Gillette Stadium was anything but.
Vail Christian's Alex Davis had the big play on special teams early and the Saints rolled to a 38-8 season opening win on Saturday afternoon in Colbran.
Going into the half, the Newberry Bulldogs led the Union County Yellow Jackets 21-14, but the momentum didn't stop there.
Hannan runningback Zac Camp gets help from a block by teammate Charles Mayes during a first quarter run against Pike Eastern Friday night in the 2014 season opening football contest held at HHS in Ashton, W.Va.
Man High School's Mikle Scott Rowe scored the winning touchdown on this 9-yard run in overtime on Friday night to lift the Hillbillies to a 32-26 OT win over arch-rival Logan at Logan Stadium in the season opener for both schools.
After waiting nine months for the return of football, all Oak Park-River Forest and Lincoln-Way East got was more waiting.
Bishop Gorman High School football players Noah Tialavea, Alize Jones, Nela Otukolo, Jackson Perry and Jabari Butler on Monday, July 21, 2014.
Shawnee Heights' football team has been a perennial Class 5A playoff participant under coach Jason Swift and is a four-time defending district champion.
Garrett's Kordell Kessler holds onto the ball after getting tackled by DeKalb's Chad Ramus in Friday's game at DeKalb.
Eric Wilbur is a Boston.com sports columnist who is still in awe of what Dana Kiecker pulled off that one time in Toronto.
Junior quarterback Jake Kuchta's 394-yard, four-touchdown effort wasn't enough as the defense allowed 504 yards in a 56-49 non-league loss at St. Thomas Aquinas.
NAPA >> Any concerns about the youth that the Paradise High varsity football team has on offense this year were largely answered on one play Friday night at American Canyon .
The only debate after the Eagles' 44-7 rout of rival Avon Lake centered on who was responsible.
With the spotlight shining brightly on the program, De La Salle High's football team didn't disappoint in its season opener Friday night.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 03:52 am
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