The opening week of the high school football season provided more questions than answers, but one thing is certain: At least right now, the head of the class for central Ohio football is Pickerington, with Central and North entrenched in the top two spots in our Super 7 poll. Dublin Coffman made the biggest move, jumping from seventh in the preseason poll to third. Joining the poll is a familiar face in Hilliard Davidson, which is No. 7. The other newcomer is No. 6 Reynoldsburg.

Below is the poll as selected by writers. A unanimous selection is 77 points:

1. Pickerington Central (1-0), 76 points, 10 first-place votes. Last game: Defeated Chicago Phillips Academy 49-18. Next game: Friday vs. West Toronto (Ontario) Prep. Last week: No. 1

2. Pickerington North (1-0), 63 points, one first-place vote. Last game: Def. Olentangy Liberty 17-0. Next game: Friday vs. Dublin Jerome. Last week: No. 2

3. Dublin Coffman (1-0), 39 points. Last game: Def. Perrysburg 42-21. Next game: Friday at Gahanna. Last week: No. 7

4. Hilliard Bradley (1-0), 37 points. Last game: Def. Findlay 34-28 (OT). Next game: Friday vs. Stow-Munroe Falls at Ashland University. Last week: No. 4

5. Olentangy Orange (1-0), 26 points. Last game: Def. Worthington Kilbourne 27-26. Next game: Friday vs. Watterson. Last week: No. 5

6. Reynoldsburg (1-0), 18 points. Last game: Def. Upper Arlington 17-14. Next game: Friday at Licking Heights. Last week: Not ranked

7. Hilliard Davidson (1-0), 11 points. Last game: Def. Grove City 31-0. Next game: Friday vs. Hilliard Darby. Last week: Not ranked

Also receiving votes: Hartley 9, Olentangy Liberty 8, DeSales 6, Dublin Jerome 5, Hilliard Darby 4, Dublin Scioto 2

Dropped out: No. 3 Olentangy Liberty, No. 6 Hartley