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Week 9 Highlights and Scores

District 5-5A

Boswell   7
WFHS  20

Rider     28
Brewer  24

District 4-4A Div. I

Mineral Wells  0
#8 Graham    58

Burkburnett  20
Gainesville   42

Hirschi   16
Decatur  42

District 1-4A Div. II

Iowa Park  34
Perryton    41

Vernon     56
Bushland  14

District 4-3A Div. I

Bowie              6
Breckenridge  23

District 2-3A Div. II


#1 Cisco   49
City View  12

Henrietta       14
#5 Eastland  33

Holliday      34
Jacksboro  14

Nocona  27
Millsap   26

District 4-2A Div. I

Olney            7
Archer City  57

Windthorst  41
Hawley       40

District 3-2A Div. II

Quanah    19
Memphis  20

District 7-2A Div. II

Electra     41
Seymour  14

Petrolia     6
Munday  64

District 8-1A Div. I

#1 Crowell  54
Rotan          0

Aspermont  30
Knox City    71

District 9-1A Div. I

Bryson        6
Newcastle  54

Saint Jo  14
Tioga      33

District 11-1A Div. II

Northside     0
Chillicothe  66

Benjamin  0
Harrold   62

District 12-1A Div. II

Woodson              0
#2 Throckmorton  72

Gold-Burg     0
Forestburg  72

TAPPS District 1, Div. III

#5 Kingdom Prep  56
Wichita Christian  61

Non-District

Knox City JV     21
#2 Notre Dame  67
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