Chicago area high school football: Week 3 scoreboard

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Comer’s Diamonte Payton (20) stiff arms a Dunbar tackler. Allen Cunningham/For the Sun-Times.

The Sun-Times will provide scores and schedules throughout the high school football season. We will update the scoreboard live on Thursday, 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.

Some of Friday’s top games:

No. 22 Huntley (2-0) at No. 12 Prairie Ridge (2-0), 7 p.m. Friday

Prairie Ridge is for real this season, and so is Huntley. The newly-ranked Red Raiders face one of their toughest opponents of the season, the defending Class 6A state champion Wolves. Huntley is averaging 45-points per game offensively. Who will continue the early season momentum on Friday?

No. 15 Marist (1-1) at Notre Dame (2-0), 7 p.m. Friday

Notre Dame is off to a hot start and just missed cracking the Super 25 this week. Can the Dons prove they belong against Marist? Sophomore quarterback Anthony Sayles and junior running back Ty Gavin have been getting rave reviews. Notre Dame has dominated opponents, averaging 47 points while only allowing seven. Marist lost a close one to Brother Rice Week 1, but has plenty of talent to roll through the rest of its schedule.

No. 11 Barrington (2-0) at No. 3 Maine South (2-0), 7:30 p.m. Friday

Maine South’s defense led the way to a 20-13 win against Mount Carmel last week. The Hawks’ defense is starting to become their calling card, which is a shift from past years. Barrington has scored more than 30 points in wins against Warren and Buffalo Grove this season. The Broncos have a chance to grab a signature win.

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