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October 27, 2013

Area, state prep football results

(Continued)

Prosper 41, Little Elm 27

Saginaw 31, FW Polytechnic 7

Waco 61, Joshua 13

Wichita Falls 21, Lake Dallas 7

 

CLASS 3A

 

Abilene Wylie 41, Midland Greenwood 9

Argyle 53, Frisco Lone Star 7

Big Spring 65, Sweetwater 42

Dallas Madison 44, Dallas Roosevelt 3

Decatur 52, Bridgeport 7

Glen Rose 34, Alvarado 15

Kennedale 65, FW Castleberry 13

Lubbock Cooper 17, Levelland 10

Mineral Wells 58, FW Diamond Hill 0

Sanger 35, Krum 0

Stephenville 55, Venus 6

WF Hirschi 49, Iowa Park 28

 

CLASS 2A

 

Boyd 33, Ponder 14

Cisco 62, Hamilton 34

Corsicana Mildred 14, Rice 13

Eastland 58, Dublin 21

Eustace 47, Grand Saline 6

Godley 17, Clifton 14

Gunter 19, Leonard 11

Henrietta 55, WF City View 48

Jacksboro 43, Alvord 16

Scurry-Rosser 40, Rio Vista 8

Tolar 50, Blooming Grove 10

Winnsboro 29, Lone Oak 20

 

CLASS 1A

 

Blum 52, Kopperl 6

Collinsville 53, Chico 7

Dallas Gateway 48, Itasca 8

Era 13, Perrin-Whitt 6

Goldthwaite 23, De Leon 20

Hico 40, San Saba 14

Mart 43, Jewett Leon 9

Muenster 50, Munday 19

Roby 54, Ranger 6

Snook 19, Somerville 13

Windthorst 27, Olney 14

 

PRIVATE/SIX-MAN

 

Abilene Christian 66, Dallas Lakehill 0

Arl. Grace Prep 45, FW SW Christian 15

Arl. High Point 81, Faustina Academy 50

Dal. Bishop Dunne 49, John Paul II 14

Dallas Christian 48, Dallas Shelton 10

Dallas Episcopal 56, Holland Hall, OK. 48

Legacy Christian 35, McKinney Chrstn 13

FW All Saints 42, Irving Cistercian 6

FW Country Day 40, FW Trinity Valley 14

FW Temple Chrstn 54, FW Lake Cntry 3

Garland Christian 71, Dallas Lutheran 6

Gordon 68, Gustine 6

Granbury Happy Hill 84, WF Christian 49

Grapevine Faith 31, Waco Reicher 14

Plano Prestonwood 36, FW Nolan 34

Strawn 58, Rising Star 8

Watauga Harvest 44, Dallas Tyler Street 42

Decatur Wise Cnty 52, Arl. Newman 12

FW Christian 29, Arl. Pantego Christian 16

Granbury Cornerstone 52, Latter Rain 24

M.Wells Comm. Chrstn 102, Immanuel 70

Weatherford Home 55, Cleburne Chrstn 14

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