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High School Football Scoreboard -- Sept. 30

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Girard senior Callie Logue, a state champion in cross country and track, was crowned Homecoming Queen tonight. Austin Lallemand is her escort. (Photo by Megan Gray) Girard senior Callie Logue, a state champion in cross country and track, was crowned Homecoming Queen tonight. Austin Lallemand is her escort. (Photo by Megan Gray)

Augusta 56, Chanute 0
Baxter Springs 45, Riverton 7
Caney Valley 42, Erie 2
Cherryvale 15, Neodesha 6
Chetopa 46, Marais des Cygnes Valley 0
Columbus 35, Prairie View 14
Crest 52, Altoona-Midway 0
Fredonia 45, Bluestem 0
Frontenac 70, Southeast 0
Galena 38, Field Kindley 33                       
Humboldt 73, Eureka 6
Independence 39, Anderson County 8
Jayhawk-Linn 32, Pleasant Ridge 16
Labette County 43, Fort Scott 42
Olpe 48, Uniontown 6
Oswego 12, Northeast 0
Parsons 48, Iola 42
Pittsburg 52, Andover Central 0
St. Mary's Colgan 35, Girard 13
St. Paul 48, Madison 6
Sedan 40, Marmaton Valley 20

Carl Junction 24, Willard 20
Carthage 25, Nixa 7
Cassville 59, Seneca 26
DeSoto, Kan. 35, Nevada 0
Diamond 47, Miller 8
East Newton 31, El Dorado Springs 30
Jasper 27, Liberal 16
Lebanon 42, Joplin 35
Lockwood 28, Sarcoxie 16
Monett 35, McDonald County 0
Mount Vernon 42, Aurora 28
Neosho 53, Logan-Rogersville 0
Ozark 17, Webb City 12

Afton 62, Barnsdall 13
Bluejacket 60, Welch 12
Fairland 27, Foyil 12
Grove 54, Vinita 26
Lincoln Christian 62, Jay 13
Rejoice Christian 49, Quapaw 8
Wagoner 69, Miami 0
Wyandotte 26, Nowata 0

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