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2014 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD

WEEK 4

 

 

 

Thursday, September 18, 2014

 

21-5A

Crosby                       17   F       

Humble                      10                

 

Kingwood Park          44   F 

Galena Park                0

 

 

Friday, September 19, 2014

 

21-5A

Dayton                        45   F       

Barbers Hill                   7               

 

New Caney                 20  F

Sheldon C.E. King      49

 

6A

Baytown Sterling        34  F       

Clear Brook                26

 

Channelview 61 F

Aldine             0

 

Euless Trinity                      29  F

Galena Park North Shore   21               

 

Katy Taylor                    16   F

Beaumont West Brook  10

 

La Porte                        3   F        

The Woodlands           49                

 

Port Arthur Memorial           26   F

Richmond George Ranch    42

 

5A

Orangefield (4A-II)      35   F       

Lumberton                   33 

 

Port Neches-Groves       53  F

Tyler Chapel Hill             20

 

4A-I

Cleveland                                 7   F

Coldspring-Oakhurst (4A-II)   47          

 

Huffman Hargrave      25  F

Shepherd                    21

 

Jasper                  15   F   

Center                  26          

 

Liberty (4A-II)       14   F

Bridge City           25

 

Little Cypress-Mauriceville    7   F  

Hardin-Jefferson (4A-II)       27           

 

Silsbee                    0  F

WO-S (4A-II)         35

 

Splendora                    22  F  

Houston Kashmere      40

 

4A-II

Buna (3A-I)                   34  F   

Hamshire-Fannett         27 

         

Huntington           32  F

Warren (3A-I)       38

 

Tarkington                        53   F

Houston Sam Houston      6

 

3A-I

Corrigan-Camden (3A-II)      74  F   

Kountze                                40             

 

Deweyville (3A-II)     10 F   

Woodville                  26          

 

3A-II

Burkeville (2A-II)           6   F   

Hemphill                      50           

 

Henderson             41 F

Newton                  32

 

2A-I

Sabine Pass (2A-II)          0  F 

Hull-Daisetta                   59           

 

San Augustine           38 F

Groveton                     6

 

2A-II

Shelbyville             47 F

Colmesneil              0

 

1A

Crosby Victory and Praise   45  F    

Chester                                12            

 

High Island                      13  F

Sugarland Logos             44

 

Private  

Northland Christian         14  F

Beaumont Kelly               29

 

Private 6 man

Orange Community Chr.      35 F                          

Baytown Christian                75

 

 

Saturday, September 20, 2014

 

6A

Deer Park                 45  F

Conroe Oak Ridge   38

 

2A-I

West Hardin           20   F  

Evadale (2A-II)       44

 

Private

Beaumont Legacy                21  F  

Houston Westbury Chr.        36         

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