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Friday's Metro high school sports results

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The Huskey Invitational at Chicago

Assumption 2 (Mary Ann Crawford 2), Huron (Mich.) 0.

Assumption 2 (Kat Kury, Kennedy Frantz), Villa (Mo.). 0. 79 more words

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Friday's Indiana state HS football scores

Friday’s Indiana Football Scores from the Associated Press

Alexandria 35, Frankton 6

Andrean 21, Hobart 17

Angola 27, Lakeland 17

Attica 39, Fountain Central 26… 520 more words

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Friday's Kentucky state football summaries

George Rogers Clark

0

0

0

7

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7

Boyle County

0

14

0

14

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28

BC – Eric Brown 3 run (Addison Coffey kick); BC – Aiden Stewart-Hoskins 2 run (Addison Coffey kick); BC – Aiden Stewart-Hoskins 6 run (Addison Coffey kick); BC – Aiden Stewart-Hoskins 5 run (Addison Coffey kick); GRC – Josiah Isreal 38 pass from Austin Craft (Logan Blankenship) 1,022 more words

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High School Football Recap: Week 4

Sevier County (3-1) at Morristown West (3-2)

Hamblin County was the place to be Friday night as Morristown West hosted Sevier County. Quarterback Deuce Wallace completed 25 of his 35 pass attempts for 368 yards and a score, and Devante Matthew caught 12 passes from 125 yards to lead his team to a narrow win over the Trojans 28-21. 1,369 more words

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DeSales beats Shawnee 65-16

Another dominating DeSales effort derailed the best start in Shawnee history.

The Colts clobbered the host Golden Eagles

, who had started 4-0 for the first time in program history, 65-16 Friday night. 625 more words

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Donald Brooks carries Trinity football past Cocoa 35-32

Told that Trinity High School senior running back Donald Brooks has just one scholarship offer — from NAIA-level Kentucky Christian — Cocoa (Fla.) coach John Wilkinson simply shook his head. 751 more words

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N. Oldham runs past S. Oldham, 28-14

Arien Beasley ran for 165 yards and two scores, leading North Oldham to a 28-14 victory over host South Oldham Friday night.

The Mustangs (3-1) used their horsepower to run away with the victory over their rivals. 504 more words

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