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Iowa high school football Week 1: How the ranked teams fared

Cedar Rapids Xavier's Nathan Skala (center) slips around Iowa City Regina's Kieler Brown (right) as Luke Stein (left) closes in during a Week 1 game at Regina in Iowa City on Friday, Aug. 24, 2018. (Stephen Mally/The Gazette)
Cedar Rapids Xavier's Nathan Skala (center) slips around Iowa City Regina's Kieler Brown (right) as Luke Stein (left) closes in during a Week 1 game at Regina in Iowa City on Friday, Aug. 24, 2018. (Stephen Mally/The Gazette)

Week 1 of the high school football season is here and it brought a plethora of marquee matchups around the state of Iowa.

Here’s a look at how The Gazette’s ranked teams fared this week.

• Friday night football area scoreboard

Class 4A

No. 1 West Des Moines Dowling beat No. 10 Waukee, 48-14

No. 2 Johnston beat Urbandale, 34-14

No. 3 West Des Moines Valley beat No. 8 Southeast Polk, 21-7

No. 4 Bettendorf beat No. 10 Pleasant Valley, 21-0

No. 5 Cedar Falls beat Ames, 31-0

No. 6 Cedar Rapids Prairie beat Cedar Rapids Washington, 41-6 (Thursday)

No. 7 Iowa City West beat 3A No. 4 North Scott, 28-7

No. 8 Southeast Polk lost to No. 3 West Des Moines Valley, 21-7

No. 9 Ankeny Centennial beat Ankeny, 20-0

No. 10 Pleasant Valley lost to No. 4 Bettendorf, 21-0

No. 10 Waukee lost to No. 1 West Des Moines Dowling, 48-14

Class 3A

No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier beat 1A No. 3 Iowa City, 44-7

No. 2 Lewis Central beat No. 3 Sergeant Bluff-Luton, 42-14

No. 3 Sergeant Bluff-Luton lost to No. 2 Lewis Central, 42-14

No. 4 North Scott lost to 4A No. 7 Iowa City West, 28-7

No. 5 Pella beat Dallas Center-Grimes, 28-0

No. 5 Solon beat 2A No. 5 Mount Vernon, 34-14

No. 7 West Delaware beat Dubuque Wahlert, 56-20

No. 8 Waverly-Shell Rock beat North Fayette Valley, 35-21 (Thursday)

No. 9 Harlan beat Denison-Schleswig, 49-7

No. 10 Glenwood beat Carroll, 17-14

Class 2A

No. 1 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley beat 1A No. 1 West Sioux, 42-16

No. 2 Monroe PCM beat Newton, 50-10

No. 3 Williamsburg lost to No. 10 West Marshall, 27-14

No. 4 Union Community beat Dyersville Beckman, 26-13

No. 5 Clear Lake beat Osage, 55-40

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No. 5 Mount Vernon lost to 3A No. 5 Solon, 34-14

No. 5 Sioux Center beat Le Mars, 27-20

No. 8 Waukon lost to Decorah, 24-20

No. 9 Carroll Kuemper beat A No. 7 Council Bluffs St. Albert, 27-12

No. 10 West Marshall beat No. 3 Williamsburg, 27-14

Class 1A

No. 1 West Sioux lost to 2A No. 1 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley, 42-16

No. 2 Dike-New Hartford beat Denver, 21-0

No. 3 Iowa City Regina lost to 3A No. 1 Cedar Rapids Xavier, 44-7

No. 4 West Branch beat West Liberty, 32-6

No. 5 Pella Christian beat Oskaloosa, 51-33

No. 6 Cascade beat Monticello, 39-34

No. 6 Wilton beat Durant, 27-13

No. 8 Bellevue beat Edgewood-Colesburg, 41-20

No. 9 West Lyon beat Central Lyon, 25-17

No. 10 Aplington-Parkersburg beat New Hampton, 13-12

Class A

No. 1 Hudson beat Jesup, 46-8

No. 2 Algona Garrigan beat Emmetsburg, 14-12

No. 3 Saint Ansgar beat West Fork, 53-21

No. 4 West Hancock lost to Garner GHV, 7-0 (OT)

No. 5 Avoca AHSTW beat Underwood, 47-14

No. 6 Lynnville-Sully beat Pleasantville, 24-0

No. 7 Council Bluffs St. Albert lost to 2A No. 9 Carroll Kuemper, 27-12

No. 8 Belle Plaine lost to Grundy Center, 34-22

No. 8 Belmond-Klemme beat Eagle Grove, 61-6

No. 10 Sioux Central beat Pocahontas Area, 25-7

8-Player

No. 1 Don Bosco beat No. 3 Gladbrook-Reinbeck, 50-6

No. 2 Fremont-Mills lost to No. 5 Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton, 45-27

No. 3 Ar-We-Va beat Boyer Valley, 41-0

No. 3 Gladbrook-Reinbeck lost to No. 1 Don Bosco, 50-6

No. 5 Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton beat No. 2 Fremont-Mills, 45-27

No. 5 Lone Tree beat Montezuma, 36-25

No. 5 Stanton beat Lamoni, 46-42

No. 8 New London beat HLV, 51-16

No. 9 Iowa Valley beat WACO, 38-24

No. 9 Remsen St. Mary’s lost to Audubon, 58-26

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