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High School Football Scoreboard -- Sept. 23

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Nevada High had a "Tackle Cancer Night" at the stadium as the Tigers defeated Springfield Central, 54-6. The Cheerleaders wore purple for cancer awareness. (Thanks to Anne Smoot -- @coachsmoot2 on Twitter -- for the photo) Nevada High had a "Tackle Cancer Night" at the stadium as the Tigers defeated Springfield Central, 54-6. The Cheerleaders wore purple for cancer awareness. (Thanks to Anne Smoot -- @coachsmoot2 on Twitter -- for the photo)

Basehor-Linwood 46, Independence 6
Baxter Springs 50, Southeast 0
Belle Plaine 48, Northeast 0
Caney Valley 37, Humboldt 6
Christ Prep 28, Uniontown 0
Columbus 32, St. Mary's Colgan 7
Crest 64, Chetopa 14
Field Kindley 42, Circle 38
Fredonia 31, Cherryvale 8
Frontenac 55, Riverton 0
Galena 36, Girard 21
Jayhawk-Linn 38, Yates Center 0
Labette County 42, Parsons 21
Lebo 32, Pleasanton 26
Marmaton Valley 48, Altoona-Midway 0
Neodesha 6, Erie 0
Ottawa 48, Chanute 14
Pittsburg 28, Fort Scott 0
St. Paul 66, Axtell 16
Santa Fe Trail 46, Iola 10
Carthage 35, Carl Junction 28
El Dorado Springs 2, Wentworth Military 0 (Forfeit)
Greenfield 74, Oswego 18
Joplin 30, Waynesville 15
Lamar 56, McDonald County 0
Lockwood 20, Pierce City 18
Miller 29, Liberal 28
Monett 21, Cassville 20
Mount Vernon 42, East Newton 6
Neosho 34, Republic 14
Nevada 54, Central (Springfield) 6
Sarcoxie 34, Diamond 18
Seneca 28, Aurora 21
Stockton 20, Jasper 7
Webb City 34, Nixa 10
Catoosa 10, Grove 6
Commerce 49, Chelsea 0
Fairland 29, Quapaw 12
Inola 48, Jay 32
Miami 21, McLain 20
Wyandotte 66, Oklahoma Union 7
?Welch 52, Medford 6

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