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September 15, 2013

Area, state football results - Week 2

CLASS 5A

Abilene 54, Amarillo Tascosa 14

Allen 52, Richardson 7

Arlington Lamar 35, Keller Central 28

Arlington Martin 30, South Grand Prairie 7

Arlington Seguin 46, Arlington Sam Houston 37

Byron Nelson 47, Burleson Centennial 0

Colleyville Heritage 45, Lewisville Flower Mound 7

Coppell 68, Rockwall 20

Dal. Skyline 52, Arlington Bowie 28

Denton Ryan 37, Wylie East 10

FW Paschal 49, Joshua 14

Garland Rowlett 30, Richardson Lake Highlands 22

Garland Sachse 59, Grapevine 14

Grand Prairie 44, Dal. White 28

Hewitt Midway 41, North Crowley 8

Irving MacArthur 14, FW Haltom 7

Justin Northwest 21, Midlothian 16

Keller 20, Hurst Bell 0

Lewisville 22, Irving 20

Lewisville Hebron 30, Keller Fossil Ridge 23

Mansfield 42, Mansfield Summit 23

Mansfield Timberview 36, Arlington 3

McKinney 20, Irving Nimitz 10

Mesquite 47, Garland Naaman Forest 33

Mesquite Horn 45, Duncanville 33

Midland Lee 42, Abilene Cooper 35

Odessa 31, Odessa Permian 28

Plano East 34, Richardson Berkner 13

Plano West 35, South Garland 17

Richardson Pearce 26, Frisco Wakeland 23

Rockwall-Heath 56, N. Richland Hills 7

Southlake Carroll 38, Temple 7

CLASS 4A

 

Boswell 14, N. Richland Hills Birdville 9

Brewer 23, FW Arlington Heights 21

Cleburne 34, Azle 14

Corsicana 36, Forney 17

Crowley 34, Red Oak 14

Dal. Highland Park 49, Sherman 7

Dal. Hillcrest 31, North Garland 13

Dal. Molina 35, Dal. Conrad 29

Dal. So. Oak Cliff 54, Dal. Roosevelt 0

Denison 33, Frisco Liberty 16

Denton 63, FW Western Hills 0

Denton Guyer 35, Lewisville Marcus 17

Ennis 55, North Forney 3

Frisco 49, Lucas Lovejoy 36

Frisco Centennial 43, McKinney No. 27

Frisco Heritage 56, Greenville 49, OT

FW South Hills 35, Dal. Pinkston 16

FW Southwest  28. Alvarado 7

FW Wyatt 33, Dal. Samuell 27 (OT)

Granbury 44, Mansfld Lake Ridge 41

Lake Dal. 38, Carrollton Smith 20

Lewisville The Colony 41, Dal. Wilson 0

Little Elm 66, Carrollton Turner 12

Mansfield Legacy 31, Dal. Adams 0

Mesquite Poteet 51, Wylie 36

Saginaw 53, FW Carter-Riverside 7

WF Rider 45, Amarillo 44, 2OT

 

CLASS 3A

 

Argyle 53, Paris 7

Celina 54, Argyle Liberty Christian 30

Dal. Jefferson 35, FW Dia. Hill-Jarvis 6

Decatur 41, Burkburnett 38

Frisco Lone Star 54, Lake Worth 20

FW Castleberry 28, Ponder 19

Glen Rose 35, Mineral Wells 13

Graham 35, Abilene Wylie 14

Hillsboro 21, Clifton 20

Kennedale 50, Wilmer-Hutchins 28

Liberty Hill 54, Smithville 12

Melissa 30, Gunter 24

Sanger 50, Pilot Point 17

WF Hirschi 70, Holliday 9

 

CLASS 2A

 

Alvord 28, Krum 21

Blooming Grove 63, Dawson 0

Bowie 36, Henrietta 10

Cisco 42, Comanche 14

Crawford 40, Axtell 6

Ced. Hill Trinity 41, Dal. Life Oak Cliff 21

Dublin 35, Santo 25

Eastland 76, Grandview 64

Frankston 42, Corsicana Mildred 19

Godley 41, Boyd 13

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