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Friday’s Kentucky state high school football boxscores

Paul Dunbar

13

14

14

7

-

48

East Jessamine

0

8

8

12

-

28

PD – Coleman 59 run (run failed); PD – Carter 29 pass from Penney (Szydlik kick); PD – Coleman 47 run (kick blocked); EJ – Meads 75 pass from Gann (Ramos run); PD – Penney 54 run (Gay run); EJ – Mastin 1 (Reynolds run); PD – Penney 10 run (Coleman run); PD – Coleman 41 run (kick failed); EJ – Meads 27 pass from Gann (kick failed), PD – Sanders 49 run (Szydlik kick); EJ – Gann 5 run (pass failed). 588 more words

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Friday’s Indiana high school football scores

SOUTHERN INDIANA

Bloomington North 41, Bedford N. Lawrence 14

Castle 55, New Albany 34

Clarksville 35, Eastern (Pekin) 22

Columbus East 42, Columbus North 14… 574 more words

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Friday’s Kentucky/Metro Louisville high school football scores

Friday’s results

METRO LOUISVILLE

Ballard 34, Jeffersontown 8

Bullitt Central 49, Fairdale 28

Bullitt East 39, Nelson Co. 25

Carmel, Ind. 10, Trinity 7

Christian Academy 45, Eastern 10… 404 more words

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Thursday’s late Indiana high school sports results

Girls’ soccer

Thursday’s late result

North Oldham, Ky. 5, Providence 3

Tennis

Thursday’s result

North Harrison 3, Austin 2

Singles – 1. A. Dones (NH) d. 48 more words

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Friday’s Metro Louisville high school sports results

Field hockey

Thursday’s late result

Atherton 0, North Oldham 0

Boys’ soccer

Liberty Oletangy 2 (Davis Nickels, Anthony Durbin), St. Xavier 2 (Collin Kremer, Clay Brown), tie. 16 more words

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Prep football: Johnston defense stifles Southeast Polk

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JOHNSTON, Ia. — Opening night didn’t feel so promising when Johnston started at its own 1-yard line. 566 more words

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South Oldham rolls over Collins, 32-17

SHELBYVILLE Kevin Kuriger was a Collins killer Friday night.

The South Oldham senior fullback ran for 246 yards and the game-clinching touchdown in leading the Dragons to a 32-17 triumph over the host Titans — last year’s Class 4-A state champs. 575 more words

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