What we learned from the second week of high school football games

The second week of the 2022 high school football season has come to an end. This week’s lineup was dominated by dominant offensive performances, kickoff returns for touchdowns and multiple teams that maintained their undefeated records.

As we head into Week 3, here are six things we learned from last week’s early season football games.

Mishawaka’s defense could be a strength

Mishawaka’s defense was three minutes away from securing its second straight shutout to start the season before South Bend Saint Joseph spoiled the party with a late game touchdown in its 30-8 loss to the Cavemen. However, starting the year with seven scoreless quarters was impressive enough.

A week after holding Marian’s offense to less than 100 yards from scrimmage, the Cavaliers held the Indians to 191 total yards, most of which came on Saint Joe’s lone score.

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