Chicago area high school football: Week 1 scoreboard

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Lincoln-Way East’s Dominic Dzioban during a preseason practice. Allen Cunningham/For the Sun-Times.

The opening week of the 2018 high school football season is finally upon us, and there were some notable matchups happening across the area Friday night. Nearly every team in the Sun-Times’ Super 25 rankings took the field, with the others set to play their games by the end of the weekend.

The biggest matchup saw No. 4 Maine South roll past No. 9 Glenbard West with a 35-14 victory in Park Ridge. The Hawks have brought back nine players from a talented defense and handled an immediate test in Week 1 against the Hilltoppers, who also boast an impressive defense this season.

No. 13 Naperville Central, led by returning star quarterback Payton Thorne, was knocked off by No. 17 Hinsdale Central in another thrilling matchup of Super 25 teams. The Red Devils hung on for a 35-34 victory.

The Sun-Times will provide scores and schedules throughout the prep football season. We will update the scoreboard live on Friday and Saturday as the games end. You can click on the grey drop-down menu below to search for results by school. Please send scores and any corrections to preps@suntimes.com.

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Want the latest info and analysis on high school football? Our preps team of Michael O’Brien, Beth Long and Annie Costabile will share all the latest news, insights and Super 25 football rankings in a new livestream show called “Sun-Times Game Week.” You can watch it LIVE every Monday night at 6:30 p.m. right here on our high school sports Facebook page. You can also ask questions using the hashtag #SunTimesGameWeek or email those questions to preps@suntimes.com.

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