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October 6, 2013

Area-state high school football results

(Continued)

NRH Birdville 52, FW North Side 10

Mansfield Legacy 42, Red Oak 13

McKinney North 42, Royse City 13

Mesquite Poteet 40, Forney 3

Waco 30, Burleson 26

West Mesquite 35, Terrell 0

Wichita Falls 19, Azle 14

WF Rider 68, FW Brewer 14

 

CLASS 3A

 

Alvarado 31, Decatur 27

Argyle 66, Dallas Madison 7

Burkburnett 38, Krum 14

Celina 63, Dallas Roosevelt 7 

Gainesville 27, Vernon 18

Graham 55, Bridgeport 0

Mexia 27, Kaufman 17

WF Hirschi 33, Carrollton Ranchview 32

 

CLASS 2A

 

Blooming Grove 29, Rice 17

Bowie 35, Ponder 24

Clyde 7, Breckenridge 6

Comanche 21, Merkel 7

Corsicana Mildred 61, Rio Vista 8

Crawford 27, Centerville 7

Eastland 62, Tuscola Jim Ned 34

Godley 28, Whitney 26

Jacksboro 20, Archer City 14

Pilot Point 40, Boyd 14

Scurry-Rosser 63, Life Oak Cliff 7

WF City View 70, Haskell 41

 

CLASS 1A

 

Blum 61, Aquilla 50

Electra 51, Olney 28

Hico 47, Italy 13

Perrin-Whitt 20, Frost 16

Santo 55, Petrolia 12

 

PRIVATE/SIX-MAN

 

Azle Christian 73, FW Nazarene 28

Dal Bishop Lynch 45, John Paul II 31

Dal Christian 21, Dal Parish Episcopal 0

Dallas Home 55, Dallas Gateway 46

Dallas Lakehill 76, Dallas Fairhill 26

Dallas St. Mark 26, Casady, Okla. 7

FW Christian 14, Grapevine Faith 7

FW All Saints 49, Arlington Oakridge 9

FW Calvary 48, Amarillo San Jacinto 14

FW Nolan 43, Addison Trinity 42, OT

FW SW Christian 42, Arl. Pantego 26

FW Temple 24, Muenster Sacred Heart 12

FW Trinity Valley 30, Aubrey 24

Granbury Happy Hill 54, Harrold 8

Kenn. Fellowship 24, Dallas A+ 14

Lubbock Christian 12, Lake Country 2

Strawn 74, Newcastle 54

Waco Live Oak 56, Gordon 44

Willow Park Trinity 51, 

     Mineral Wells Comm. Christian 6

WF Christian 57, Lubbock Christ 34

WF Notre Dame 89, Vernon Northside 48

Wylie Prep 80, Faustina Academy 58

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