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Touchdown Live: Week 11

Here are the Friday night scores:

 

South Lafourche - 16

Barbe - 42, FINAL

 

Woodlawn - 0

DeRidder - 31, FINAL

 

Lutcher - 28

LaGrange - 32, FINAL

 

Washington-Marion - 12

Plaquemine - 28, FINAL

 

Jena - 14

Jennings - 37, FINAL

 

Donaldsonville - 32

South Beauregard - 21, FINAL

 

St. Louis - 10

University Lab - 45, FINAL

 

Hamilton Christian - 7

Delhi Charter - 12, FINAL

 

Franklin - 6

Westlake - 13, FINAL

 

North Webster - 38

Iowa - 20, FINAL

 

Istrouma - 0

Kinder - 41, FINAL

 

Jonesboro-Hodge - 16

Welsh - 42, FINAL

 

General Trass - 14

Vinton - 49, FINAL

 

Pine - 50

Rosepine - 51, FINAL

 

Delhi - 29

Merryville - 20, FINAL

 

St. James - 47

Lake Arthur - 23, FINAL

 

Pickering - 27

Springfield - 35, FINAL

 

Oakdale - 47

G.W. Carver - 56, FINAL

 

DeQuincy - 28

Loreauville - 63, FINAL

 

Grand Lake - 6

LaSalle - 38, FINAL

 

Northwood-Lena - 10

Oberlin - 34, FINAL

 

Logansport - 47

Elton - 52, FINAL

 

South Cameron - 7

Block - 42, FINAL

 

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