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Touchdown Live - Week 11

Touchdown Live - Week 11 Scores:

  

5A:

 

(31) Terrebonne @                7

(2) Barbe                             24           FINAL

 

4A:

 

(19) Franklinton             6

(14) LaGrange               33            FINAL

 

(18) Northwood @                    42

(15) Washington-Marion           38        FINAL

 

(22) DeRidder @                              10

(11) O.P. Walker                              6         FINAL

 

(32) St. Louis @                          10

(1) Neville                                   40        FINAL

 

3A:

 

(20) Bogalusa @             14

(13) Jennings                  21         FINAL

 

(18) St. Charles @                 27

(15) Westlake                       26         FINAL

 

(26) Iowa @                          49

(7) Buckeye                            6          FINAL

 

2A:

 

(20) Northlake Christian           20

(13) Welsh                                14          FINAL

 

(18) Lake Arthur @                      7

(15) Rosepine                              27     FINAL

 

(17) North Webster @               14

(16) Kinder                                 13          FINAL

 

1A:

 

(20) Elton @                            16

(13) Basile                              17     FINAL

 

(18) St. Mary @                       6

(15) Oberlin                             36     FINAL

 

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