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High School Football Scores - Week 11

November 13th - November 15th

Conference 4A - 3A

Dumas Demons     25

San Angelo Lakeview Chiefs     33           


Palo Duro Dons     7

Frenship Tigers     29                                


Dalhart Golden Wolves     0

Sweetwater Mustangs     30                      


Conference 2A

Bushland Falcons     20

Muleshoe Mules     34                               


Sanford-Fritch Eagles     20

Childress Bobcats     32                            


Panhandle Panthers     20

Friona Chieftains     21                              


Conference 1A

Nazareth Swifts     28

Wheeler Mustangs     21                           


Boys Ranch Roughriders     12

Wellington Skyrockets      24                          


Vega Longhorns     7

Clarendon Broncos     10                           


Canadian: BYE


Stratford: BYE


Sunray: BYE


Six-Man

Groom Tigers     24

Silverton Owls     71                                 


Hart Longhorns    14

Ropes Eagles     60                                      


Valley: BYE


Follett: BYE


New Mexico

Cloudcroft Bears     7                     

Texico Wolverines     39                                           


Hagerman Bobcats      12 

Clayton Yellowjackets     47                         


Floyd Broncos     14 

Melrose Buffaloes     54                                            


Clovis: BYE


Portales: BYE


Oklahoma

Texhoma Red Devils     13

Oklahoma Christian Saints     28                   


Turpin Cardinals     0

Christian Heritage Crusaders     13                


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