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Dominant performances headline Friday’s Week 1 Kalamazoo-area high school football action

KALAMAZOO, MI – Thursday’s season-opening football games around Kalamazoo were full of upsets and surprising finishes, but the first Friday of the high school football season saw the top teams dominate. Mattawan players (from left) James Campbell, Ryan Kiesling, Blaine Rogers, Drew Marucci and Evan Hanley pose for a portrait during Kalamazoo-area high school football at The Dome Sports Center in Schoolcraft, Michigan. Martin players (from left) Charles Martin, James Hildebrand, Christopher Tuinstra, Samuel Jager and Jason Krick pose for a portrait during Kalamazoo-area high school football at The Dome Sports Center in Schoolcraft, Michigan. More Kalamazoo-area results from FridayConcord 24, Climax-Scotts 20Whitehall 27, Kalamazoo United 24More high school football coverageUpsets, overtime thriller headline Kalamazoo-area Week 1 high school football actionSee how Kalamazoo-area high school football teams fared in 2021 season openersMount Pleasant football weathers humidity, Kalamazoo Central big plays in 28-12 winWhitehall overcomes early jitters to post season-opening football win over Kalamazoo UnitedBangor, Hartford football teams cancel Week 1 games due to low participation numbers5 things to know heading into 2021 Kalamazoo-area high school football seasonKalamazoo-area high school football predictions for Week 1 of 2021 season10 must-see Kalamazoo-area high school football games for 2021 season2021 SAC football preview: Constantine, Kalamazoo United, Lawton among favorites in wide-open race2021 Southwest 10 football preview: State champ Centreville wants respect25 Kalamazoo-area high school football players to watch in 20212021 Wolverine Conference football preview: Can anyone catch Edwardsburg? Vicksburg football to play season opener at neutral site amid ongoing stadium constructionGobles green lights varsity football season after uncertainty amid low numbersNew Michigan high school football playoff point system aims to ease scheduling woes

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