MK Dons continue to set the pace at the top of League One, but only on goal difference after Charlton Athletic and Sheffield United also won.
Exeter City and Hartlepool United picked up three points for the first time this season, but Leyton Orient are yet to get off the mark.
Charlie MacDonald celebrated his move to MK Dons with the only goal of the game as the new signing's 51st minute effort earned the leaders a 1-0 home win over Stevenage Borough.
Charlton remain level on points with the Dons after Johnnie Jackson's 64th minute effort saw the Addicks come from a goal down to win 2-1 at Bury.
Chris Porter's 41st minute goal was enough to earn Sheffield United a 1-0 win at Yeovil Town, who had Curtis Haynes-Brown sent off in the last minute for a second bookable offence.
Goalkeeper Iain Turner was among the scorers as Preston North End scored twice in the last seven minutes to beat Notts County 2-0 at Deepdale.
Experienced striker Alan Lee plundered a second-half double as Huddersfield Town eventually overcame a stubborn Wycombe Wanderers side 3-0 at the Galpharm Stadium.
Gary Madine scored in both halves as Sheffield Wednesday withstood a late rally from Scunthorpe United to win 3-2 at Hillsborough.
Brentford dropped points at home for the first time this season as goals from Robbie Weir and Andy Robinson earned Tranmere Rovers a 2-0 win at Griffin Park.
Striker Lee Miller enjoyed a dream debut for Carlisle United as his second-half brace enabled the visitors to come from behind to win 2-1 at Leyton Orient, who are still without a point this term.
Anthony Wordsworth scored at the start, and end, of the first half as Colchester United won at home for the first time this season after a 4-1 thrashing of Oldham Athletic.
Ryan Jervis netted a goal in each half to give Walsall an impressive 2-0 win away to out-of-form Bournemouth.
James Poole grabbed a second-half double to secure Hartlepool United a first victory of the campaign following a 3-1 triumph at Rochdale.
Exeter City also gained a first win of the season thanks to a 2-1 home success over Chesterfield, who are yet to pick up three points since winning promotion.