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EDWARDSBURG, Mich. - High school football is back in Michigan!
Several local schools began their 2019 journey with their traditional Thursday night openers.
One of those schools was Edwardsburg. The Eddies entered the season with a 14-game win streak courtesy of their undefeated state championship season last fall. They picked up right where they left off with a 46-8 win over nearby rival Dowagiac. See the action and hear from head coach Kevin Bartz in the video above!
Also in the video, see some of the action from Brandywine's 38-8 win over Coloma. In the win, senior running back Jordan Abrams eclipsed the school's all-time rushing record.
Other local scores below:
Edwardsburg 46, Dowagiac 8
Brandywine 38, Coloma 8
Battle Creek Lakeview 46, Niles 6
Berrien Springs 28, Grand Rapids West Catholic 3
St. Joseph 32, Battle Creek Central 18 (game suspended in 4Q due to lightning)
Lakeshore 28, West Ottawa 13 (game suspended in 3Q due to lightning)
Schoolcraft 48, Buchanan 27
Cassopolis 50, Hartford 0
Centreville 58, Eau Claire 6
Otsego 39, South Haven 0