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High School Football Scoreboard -- Sept. 29

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Augusta 20, @ Chanute 14
Baxter Springs 47, @ Riverton 0
@ Caney Valley 42, Erie 2
Cherryvale 49, @ Neodesha 14
@ Columbus 47, Prairie View 14
@ Crest 50, Altoona-Midway 6
Fredonia 55, @ Bluestem 49, 2OT
Frontenac 63, @ J.C. Harmon (Kansas City) 18
Galena 28, @ Field Kindley 7
Humboldt 50, @ Eureka 14
@ Independence 56, Anderson County 14
Iola 28, @ Parsons 25
Jayhawk-Linn 38, @ Pleasant Ridge 22
@ Labette County 34, Fort Scott 7
@ Marais des Cygnes Valley 54, Chetopa 0
@ Marmaton Valley 36, Sedan 28
Olpe 55, @ Uniontown 0
Oswego 34, @ Northeast 28
Pittsburg 12, @ Andover Central 7
St. Marys 70, @ Yates Center 0
@ St. Mary’s Colgan 28, Girard 12
@ St. Paul 54, Madison 8
Wichita Warriors 64, Pleasanton 42

@ Aurora 33, Mount Vernon 14
@ Carl Junction 42, Willard 7
Carthage 46, @ Nixa 14
DeSoto, Kan. 55, Nevada 14
El Dorado Springs 46, @ East Newton 0
Joplin 35, @ Lebanon 0
Liberal 25, @ Jasper 21
@ McDonald County 21, Monett 18
Miller 35, @ Diamond 0
@ Neosho 41, Logan-Rogersville 6
Sarcoxie 36, @ Lockwood 15
@ Seneca 33, Cassville 14
Webb City 41, @ Ozark 10

@ Afton 62, Barnsdall 24
Bluejacket 48, @ Welch 0
Foyil 21, @ Fairland 8
@ Jay 70, Lincoln Christian 67, 4OT
@ Rejoice Christian 58, Quapaw 0
Vinita 34, @ Grove 14
Wagoner 55, @ Miami 14
@ Wyandotte 34, Nowata 0

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