1. Bettendorf (1-0)

In his Bettendorf debut, Harrison Bey-Buie rushed for 122 yards and three scores in a 20-6 win over rival Pleasant Valley. The Bulldogs allowed the Spartans inside their 20-yard line just twice. Ryan Cole had 8.5 tackles and a fumble recovery while Kane Schmidt had two tackles for loss.

This week: at Iowa City West (0-1)

2. Moline (1-0)

The Maroons accumulated 464 total yards, 390 on the ground, in a 36-14 home triumph over Alton on Friday. Behind a veteran offensive line, Kaeden Dreifurst rushed for 212 yards and Aboubacar Barry had 178. Moline tries to avenge its only regular-season loss of 2018 on the road Friday.

This week: at Lisle Benet Academy (1-0)

3. North Scott (1-0)

Three-sport standout Jake Matthaidess, making his first start at quarterback, had two touchdown runs and collected 108 yards for the Lancers in their 14-7 win over Iowa City West. North Scott limited Iowa City West to 168 total yards, just 11 on the ground, to avenge last year's defeat.

This week: at Davenport Central (1-0)

4. Davenport Central (1-0)

The Blue Devils coughed up a two-score lead in the second half, but rebounded to score in the final minute to win at Muscatine, 28-25. Sam Strang rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns while Jadon Leach finished with 97 yards. Central prevailed despite four turnovers and nine penalties. 

This week: vs. North Scott (1-0)

5. Assumption (1-0)

Assumption recorded its third shutout in the last nine games, limiting Alleman to 102 total yards in a 42-0 rout Saturday night. Quarterback Tyler Kulhanek averaged more than 20 yards per carry on his way to a career-high 242 yards. Linebackers Seth Adrian and John Argo combined for 16.5 tackles. 

This week: at Dubuque Wahlert (1-0)

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Sports Editor

Prep sports editor, with emphasis on covering the Mississippi Athletic Conference and Iowa area high schools. I've been in sports journalism for 17 years, the last five at the Quad-City Times.