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November 10, 2013

Area, state prep football results - Week 10

(Continued)

Justin Northwest 26, Keller Central 22

Irving Nimitz 44, Grapevine 29

Colleyville Heritage 49, Hurst Bell 16

Coppell 49, Lewisville 6

Dallas Jesuit 41, Richardson 27

Dallas Skyline 48, Richardson Berkner 13

Denton Ryan 54, Lewisville Flower Mound 14

Duncanville 9, Mansfield Timberview 7

Irving 49, Irving MacArthur 25

McKinney Boyd 28, McKinney 0

Mesquite Horn 34, North Mesquite 31

Midland 10, Abilene 7

N. Richland Hills 30, Keller 23

Odessa 30, Amarillo Tascosa 28

Odessa Permian 38, Lubbock Coronado 35

Richardson Lake Highlands 45, Dallas White 12

Richardson Pearce 63, Dallas Sunset 3

So. Grand Prairie 48, Grand Prairie 14

Southlake Carroll 65, FW Haltom 7

 

CLASS 4A

 

Boswell 60, FW Chisholm Trail 6

Byron Nelson 28, Denton 21

Dallas Lincoln 29, Dallas Adams 6

Dallas Samuell 46, Dallas Jefferson 37

Denton Guyer 70, FW Brewer 7

Frisco Wakeland 43, Frisco Liberty 42

FW Southwest 55, FW South Hills 42

Alice 42, Laredo Martin 10

Burleson 28, Burleson Centennial 25

Cleburne 38, Waco University 14

Corsicana 48, Jacksonville 30

Crowley 53, Joshua 0

Dallas Adamson 34, Dallas Pinkston 20

Dallas Carter 41, Seagoville 28

Dallas Highland Park 63, Terrell 7

Dallas Molina 43, North Dallas 6

Dal. So. Oak Cliff 48, Dal. Kimball 14

Dallas Spruce 29 Dallas Conrad 20

Dallas Wilson 36, Dallas Hillcrest 3

Frisco 24, Prosper 21

Frisco Centennial 28, Frisco Heritage 8

FW Dunbar 34, Saginaw 21

FW Wyatt 61, FW Western Hills 48

Granbury 37, FW Arl. Heights 30, OT

Lake Dallas 56, Azle 20

Little Elm 17, The Colony 14

Mnsfld Legacy 64, Mnsfld Ridge 28

Mansfield Summit 29, Lancaster 27

McKinney North 49, Denison 37

Mesquite Poteet 31, West Mesquite 10

NRH Birdville 55, FW Polytechnic 7

Red Oak 35, Arlington Seguin 34

Waco 34, Everman 7

WF Rider 36, Wichita Falls 21

 

CLASS 3A

 

Wilmer-Hutchins 36, Dal Madison 17

Alvarado 54, Venus 6

Argyle 63, Celina 13

Decatur 56, Sanger 53

Gainesville 49, Bridgeport 10

Glen Rose 41, Hillsboro 26

Graham 32, Burkburnett 0

Kennedale 66, Mineral Wells 34

Kilgore 34, Gilmer 29

Lake Worth 35, FW Castleberry 21

 

CLASS 2A

 

Bowie 27, Callisburg 15

Breckenridge 41, Dublin 24

Cisco 61, Ballinger 7

Eastland 25, Clyde 16

Gunter 49, Whitewright 7

Hawley 49, Hamilton 27

Jacksboro 27, Holliday 7

Nocona 27, Henrietta 19

Ponder 22, Paradise 19

Rice 15, Dallas Life Oak Cliff 13

Scurry-Rosser 27, Cors. Mildred 7

Sunnyvale 41, Howe 6

Tolar 42, Rio Vista 6

WF City View 38, Alvord 35

Whitesboro 43, Boyd 0

Whitney 48, Palmer 8

 

CLASS 1A

 

Archer City 32, Olney 8

Blum 50, Covington 0

Chico 54, Trenton 20

De Leon 33, San Saba 15

Muenster 35, Era 0

Munday 41, Electra 25

Petrolia 27, Perrin-Whitt 7

Santo 48, San Saba 35

Stamford 24, Anson 21

Windthorst 44, Quanah 28

 

PRIVATE/SIX-MAN

 

Dal. Bishop Dunne 17, FW Nolan 16

Dal Christian 39, Cedar Hill Trinity 20

Dallas Lakehill 103, Canyon Creek 58

Dal Parish Episcopal 37, Tyler Grace 16

FW All Saints 42, Houston Christian 7

FW Calvary 38, Kennedale Fellowship 0

Gordon 60, Lingleville 12

Grapevine Faith 31, Arl. Grace Prep 21

Strawn 58, Moran 0

Throckmorton 48, Knox City 0

WF Notre Dame 67, FW Christian Life 0

FW Christian 53, FW SW Christian 0

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