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High School Football Scores - October 11, 2013

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Liberty (0-6) 0
Afton (5-1) 41
Final
Mount Vernon (1-6) 7
Aurora (4-3) 14
Final
Frontenac (4-2) 40
Baxter Springs (1-5) 14
Final
Neodesha 19
Burlington 18
4th (rain delay)
Branson (4-3) 12
Carthage (5-2) 45
Final
Eureka (4-2) 14
Cherryvale (4-2) 43
Final
Quapaw (1-5) 0
Colcord (4-2) 43
Final
Colgan (5-1) 10
Columbus (6-0) 26
Final
Elk Valley (0-4) 0
Crest (3-3) 50
Final
Cassville (3-4) 43
East Newton (1-6) 6
Final
Pierce City (3-4) 21
El Dorado Springs (1-6) 14
Final
Foyil (1-5) 13
Fairland (3-3) 27
Final
Waverly (5-1) 18
Fredonia (1-5) 0
Final
Galena (5-1) 27
Girard (2-4) 15
Final
Diamond (4-3) 32
Greenfield (3-4) 14
Final
Pryor (4-2) 35
Grove (1-5) 28
Final
Commerce (6-0) 50
Hulbert (0-6) 0
Final
Caney Valley (5-1) 47
Humboldt (4-2) 0
Final
Chanute (4-2) 42
Independence (1-5) 13
Final
Wellsville (4-2) 20
Iola (4-2) 38
Final
Miller (2-5) 0
Jasper (7-0) 35
Final
Locust Grove (6-0) 40
Jay (2-4) 3
Final
Lyndon (6-0) 42
Jayhawk Linn (2-4) 0
Final
Fort Scott (3-3) 52
Labette County (2-4) 6
Final
Joplin (4-3) 35
Lebanon (5-2) 42
Final
Northeast (3-3) 33
Leon-Bluestem (1-5) 14
Final
McAuley (2-5) 39
Lockwood (4-3) 22
Final
McDonald County (0-7) 22
Marshfield (3-4) 58
Final
Lamar (6-1) 47
Monett (5-2) 0
Final
Webb City (6-1) 55
Neosho (0-7) 6
Final
Springfield Central (2-5) 19
Nevada (3-4) 46
Final
Oswego (1-5) 6
Olpe (3-3) 27
Final
Riverton (3-3) 35
Parsons (0-6) 0
Final
Field Kindley (5-1) 14
Pittsburg (6-0) 42
Final
St. Paul (0-5) 38
Pleasanton (2-4) 58
Final
Liberal (1-6) 28
Sarcoxie (6-1) 53
Final
Carl Junction (6-1) 62
Seneca (4-3) 34
Final
Erie (0-6) 12
Southeast (3-3) 42
Final
Chetopa (5-1) 64
Southern Coffey County (2-4) 14
Final (called at half)
Marmaton Valley (1-5) 12
Uniontown (5-1) 58
Final
Miami (1-5) 21
Wagoner (6-0) 55
Final
Copan (0-6) 6
Welch (1-5) 54
Final
Salina (5-1) 28
Wyandotte (3-3) 7
Final
Marais de Cygnes Valley (5-1) 64
Yates Center (3-3) 16
Final
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