A Thursday night game kicks off week three of the high school football season in eastern Iowa.

Cedar Rapids Jefferson travels to the Quad Cities to play a non-district game against Davenport Central. The J-Hawks (0-2) were shutout in their first two outings against Cedar Rapids Washington (79-0) and Iowa City High (68-0), while the Blue Devils (1-1) are coming off their first victory at Clinton (48-23) last week.

On Friday night, there is only one game that pits two rated teams against each other. That match-up features Monticello (2-0) hosting Beckman Catholic of Dyersville (2-0). The Braves are ranked No. 5 in Class 2A by the Associated Press, while the Trail Blazers are ranked at No. 8 in Class 1A.

Here is the full schedule of this week's eastern Iowa games:

Thursday, Sept. 9:

Cedar Rapids Jefferson at Davenport Central - 7:15 PM (Brady Street Stadium)

Friday, Sept. 10:

East Buchanan at Starmont - 7 PM
BCLUW, Conrad at AGWSR, Ackley - 7 PM
(5A-#6) Iowa City High at Ames - 7 PM
Cascade at Anamosa - 7 PM
Jesup at Aplington-Parkersburg - 7 PM
Calamus-Wheatland at Central, Elkader - 7 PM
Don Bosco, Gilbertville at Collins-Maxwell - 7 PM
Sumner-Fredericksburg at (1A-#9) Denver - 7 PM
Clear Lake at (1A-#7) Dike-New Hartford - 7 PM
Central City at Edgewood-Colesburg - 7 PM
Waterloo East at (4A-#10) Fort Dodge - 7 PM
Dunkerton at Gladbrook-Reinbeck - 7 PM
Clarksville at GMG, Garwin - 7 PM
(A-#5) North Tama, Traer at Hudson - 7 PM
South Hardin, Eldora at Iowa Falls-Alden - 7 PM
Tripoli at (8P-#7) Janesville - 7 PM
Springville at Kee High, Lansing - 7 PM
East Marshall, LeGrand at Lynnville-Sully - 7 PM
West Branch at Maquoketa Valley, Delhi - 7 PM
(8P-#4) Easton Valley, Preston at Midland, Wyoming - 7 PM
(1A-#3) Iowa City Regina Catholic at Mid-Prairie, Wellman - 7 PM
Central Springs, Manly at Nashua-Plainfield - 7 PM
Marshalltown at Newton - 7 PM (H.A. Lynn Stadium)
West Fork, Sheffield at North Butler, Greene - 7 PM
Bellevue at (A-#2) North Linn, Troy Mills - 7 PM
(2A-#7) North Fayette Valley, West Union at Postville - 7 pm
West Central, Maynard at Riceville - 7 PM
Turkey Valley, Jackson Junction at Rockford - 7 PM
Clayton Ridge, Guttenberg at South Winneshiek, Calmar - 7 PM
(A-#10) Grundy Center at Wapsie Valley, Fairbank - 7 PM
Vinton-Shellburg at Waterloo Columbus Catholic - 7 PM (McLaughlin Field)
(4A-#7) Waverly-Shell Rock at Webster City - 7 PM

Iowa City West at Dubuque Hempstead - 7:15 PM (Dalzell Field)
Marion Linn-Mar at (5A-#10) Pleasant Valley - 7:15 PM
Mount Vernon at Tipton - 7:15 PM

Marion at Benton Community, Van Horne - 7:30 PM
Cedar Falls at Cedar Rapids Prairie - 7:30 PM
(5A #2) Cedar Rapids Kennedy at Cedar Rapids Washington - 7:30 PM (Kingston Stadium)
Washington at Clear Creek-Amana, Tiffin - 7:30 PM
Waukon at Crestwood, Cresco - 7:30 PM
(4A-#2) Cedar Rapids Xavier at Dubuque Wahlert Catholic - 7:30 PM (Rock Bowl, Loras College)
Camanche at Maquoketa - 7:30 PM
South Tama at Grinnell - 7:30 PM
West Liberty at (3A-#9) Independence - 7:30 PM
Western Dubuque, Epworth at Iowa City Liberty - 7:30 PM
Charles City at Mason City - 7:30 PM
Osage at (1A-#10) MFL-Mar-Mac - 7:30 PM
(1A-#8) Dyersville Beckman Catholic at (2A-#5) Monticello - 7:30 PM
New Hampton at Oelwein - 7:30 PM
Williamsburg at Solon - 7:30 PM
Center Point-Urbana at Union Community, La Porte City - 7:30 PM
Decorah at (3A-#3) West Delaware, Manchester - 7:30 PM

Davenport West at Waterloo West -7:45 PM (Memorial Stadium)

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