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Touchdown Live - Week 1 Scores

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES WEEK 1

Aug. 31, 2012

Barbe          29

LaGrange    14

                    Final 

 

Lake Arthur               42

Hamilton Christian     20

                                  Final 

 

St. Thomas More        28

Sulphur                      35

                                  Final

 

DeQuincy                  2

South Beauregard    18

                                 Final

Leesville      0

DeRidder     49

                    Final                   

Peabody                    12

Washington Marion   34

                                  Final

Iota       14

Vinton    42

              Final 

             

East Beauregard    12

South Cameron      20

                              Final

                              

Sacred Heart    33

Oberlin             30

                        Final

 

Merryville    0

Welsh         39

                   Final             

 

Iowa          21

Abbeville    14

                   Final 

 

Jennings    35

Cecilia        12

                  Final

Mamou    7

Basile      34

               Final 

 

Rosepine    20

Buckeye      28

                   Final

 

Oakdale    19

Many         30

                 Saturday 

Pickering    12

Jena       54   

                  Saturday

 

Kinder   39

Elton      12

              7 PM Saturday

 

McMain               

Westlake            

                     Cancelled

 

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