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October 7, 2012

Area high school football results - Oct. 5, 2012

WEATHERFORD —  

CLASS 5A

Abilene 31, Abilene Cooper 27

Arlington 50, Arlington Lamar 17

Arlington Bowie 63, Paschal 3

Haltom City 49, N. Richland Hills 6

Hurst Bell 39, Irving 6

Midland Lee 63, Odessa 6

North Crowley 21, Arlington Houston 7

Odessa Permian 20, Amarillo Tascosa 17

 

CLASS 4A

Aledo 49, FW South Hills 0

Arlington Seguin 43, Mansfield Summit 36

Azle 27, Wichita Falls 7

Cleburne 58, Joshua 21

Crowley 42, Everman 28

Denton Guyer 62, Denton 0

FW Arl Heights 35, FW Trimble Tech 21

FW Boswell 53, FW Dunbar 35

FW Carter-Riverside 18, FW Polytechnic 6

FW Eastern Hills 6, FW Chisholm Trail 3

FW Southwest 62, FW Western Hills 14

Granbury 21, FW Wyatt 0

WF Rider 44, FW Brewer 17

 

CLASS 3A

Alvarado 35, Decatur 0

Argyle 39, Dallas Madison 18

Gainesville 14, Vernon 13

Glen Rose 45, Fairfield 6

Graham 54, Bridgeport 0

Krum 64, Burkburnett 0

Venus 53, FW Diamond Hill-Jarvis 0

 

CLASS 2A

Blooming Grove 41, Rice 21

Bowie 28, Ponder 0

Boyd 24, Pilot Point 19

Centerville 40, Crawford 21

Corsicana Mildred 56, Rio Vista 7

Eastland 46, Breckenridge 20

Godley 41, Whitney 28

Jacksboro 56, Archer City 0

Scurry-Rosser 42, Dallas Life Oak Cliff 20

 

CLASS 1A

Blum 51, Aquilla 36

Chico 44, Gainesville State School 8

Electra 33, Olney 0

Frost 27, Perrin-Whitt 21

Hico 27, Italy 8

 

PRIVATE/SIX-MAN

Arl. Pantego Christian 48, FW SW Christian 20

Azle Christian School 62, Waco Methodist 59

FW All Saints 49, Dallas Episcopal 8

FW Nolan 28, Addison Trinity 7

FW Trinity Valley 17, Aubrey 6

Houston Christian 38, FW Country Day 0

Muenster Sacred Heart 40, FW Temple Chrstn 0

Strawn 54, Newcastle 8

Throckmorton 46, Windthorst 21

(First half - 6-man, second half - 11-man)

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