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High School Football Scores From Week 1

Thursday, September 1st

Class 4A

Wichita Falls HS      17
Lawton MacArthur  43

Six-Man

Christ Academy      12
Denton Calvary      71

Friday, September 2nd

Class 4A

Kennedale              21
Rider                       28

Class 3A

Iowa Park               18
Pilot Point               19

Vernon                    6
Altus (Ok.)             13

Brownwood           35
Graham                 28

Bowie                     7
Childress              12

Bridgeport            51
Burkburnett          36

Hirschi                  20
Ponder                 14
Final/OT

Class 2A

Paradise              23
Henrietta             26

City View              58
Perrin-Whitt           6

Breckenridge        28
Holliday                21

Godley                  69
Jacksboro               6

Nocona                 15
#8 Muenster        54

Class A

WFHS JV              20
#2 Windthorst    54

Hamlin                 26
Quanah               29

Seymour              56
Lub. Christian        0

Munday               63
Olney                  15

Petrolia                21
Archer City           13

Memphis              26
Electra                 28

Six-Man

Bryson                 59
Notre Dame         28

Wichita Christian 20
Kingdom Prep      47

Chillicothe             0
#1 Throckmorton 50

Spur                     82
Crowell                83

Gold-Burg             8
Saint Jo              55

Ira                      72
Knox City           48

#10 Sands         56
Guthrie                0

Northside            0
#2 Valley           52

Rule                   38
Harrold              84

#3 Ab. Christian 80
Newcastle          44

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