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High School Football Scoreboard -- Nov. 4

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Girard was able to keep Columbus from converting a fourth down with 59 seconds left, helping the Trojans secure a 28-24 win over the Titans in the Regional Round of the Kansas Class 4A-II Playoffs. (Photo by @F10FREELANCER on Twitter) Girard was able to keep Columbus from converting a fourth down with 59 seconds left, helping the Trojans secure a 28-24 win over the Titans in the Regional Round of the Kansas Class 4A-II Playoffs. (Photo by @F10FREELANCER on Twitter)

KSHSAA 4A-I Regional Football Playoffs
Louisburg 20, Independence 0
Ottawa 45, Labette County 13

KSHSAA 4A-II Regional Football Playoffs
Girard 28, Columbus 24
Frontenac 56, Iola 14

KSHSAA 2-1A Regional Football Playoffs
St. Mary’s Colgan 42, Olpe 21
Lyndon 56, Oswego 12

MSHSAA C5-D5 Football Championship
Carthage 47, Nixa 7

MSHSAA C4-D5 Football Championship
Webb City 27, Carl Junction 6

MSHSAA C3-D4 Football Championship
Monett 44, Mount Vernon 28

MSHSAA C2-D4 Football Championship
Lamar 53, Fair Grove 0

MSHSAA C1-D3 Football Championship
Midway 42, Lockwood 20

Oklahoma Scores
Afton 62, Quapaw 6
Grove 52, Miami 19
Adair 60, Commerce 14
Regent Prep 49, Welch 48
Hulbert 58, Fairland 13

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