Weatherford Democrat

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October 14, 2012

Area high school football results

(Continued)

WEATHERFORD —

Graham 34, Vernon 24

Krum 34, Bridgeport 14

Lake Worth 55, FW Diamond Hill-Jarvis 0

Mineral Wells 49, FW Castleberry 35

Stephenville 48, Glen Rose 30

 

CLASS 2A

Blooming Grove 59, Dallas Life Oak Cliff 40

Breckenridge 28, Tuscola Jim Ned 21

Callisburg 48, Boyd 46

Cisco 41, Hawley 3

Clyde 47, Dublin 0

Commerce 28, Sunnyvale 10

Eastland 34, Merkel 20

Eustace 31, Quitman 12

Godley 49, Red Oak Life 6

Gunter 53, Bells 0

Hamilton 24, Coleman 6

Holliday 28, Henrietta 0

Jacksboro 27, WF City View 12

Nocona 44, Alvord 0

Rice 38, Rio Vista 35

Tolar 42, Scurry-Rosser 14

 

CLASS A

Hico 41, Santo 19

Muenster 58, Electra 0

Munday 62, Perrin-Whitt 6

San Saba 41, De Leon 0

Seymour 33, Olney 0

Valley View 28, Chico 7

Windthorst 36, Archer City 0

 

PRIVATE/SIX-MAN SCHOOLS

Arlington Grace Prep 30, Arl. Pantego Christian 22

Arlington Oakridge 38, Dallas Greenhill 7

Azle Christian School 81, THESA 56

Bellaire Episcopal 45, FW Country Day 7

Borden County 60, Mineral Wells Comm. Christian 0

Dallas Academy 84, Willow Park Trinity 54

Denton Calvary 59, Greenville Christian 48

FW All Saints 62, Holland Hall, Okla. 0

FW Calvary 26, FW Temple Christian 13

FW Lake Country 67, Kennedale Fellowship 20

Granbury Cornerstone 58, Fort Worth Christian Life 12

Lucas Christian 60, FW Hill School 7

Strawn 57, Brookesmith 0

Throckmorton 74, Bryson 29

Waco Reicher 45, FW Southwest Christian 19

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