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Area high school football scoresSubmitted: 08/28/2015
ACROSS WISCONSIN - Abbotsford 49, Greenwood/Granton 12

Alma/Pepin 53, Independence/Gilmanton 21

Almond-Bancroft 48, Rio 0

Antigo 35, Oconto 0


Antioch, Ill. 52, Kenosha Tremper 20

Appleton East 3, Oshkosh North 0

Appleton North 24, Hortonville 0

Appleton West 37, Oshkosh West 30

Aquinas 20, Pacelli 13

Arcadia 56, Whitehall 0

Arrowhead 35, Hudson 27

Ashwaubenon 36, Green Bay Preble 10

Assumption 56, Thorp 0

Athens 58, Newman Catholic 27

Baldwin-Woodville 40, Spooner 22

Bangor 48, Blair-Taylor 0

Bay Port 62, Sheboygan North 19

Belmont 6, Highland 0

Benton/Scales Mound 42, River Ridge 8

Berlin 26, Wautoma 7

Black Hawk 24, Shullsburg 0

Bonduel 33, Peshtigo 22

Boscobel 20, Wisconsin Heights 6

Brillion 42, Weyauwega-Fremont 14

Brookfield Academy 26, Milwaukee Ronald Reagan 0

Brookfield East 47, Beaver Dam 0

Brookwood 35, Riverdale 6

Burlington 39, Racine Horlick 24

Cadott 20, Neillsville 6

Calumet, Mich. 44, Northland Pines 20

Cambria-Friesland 28, Dodgeland 7

Cambridge 28, Deerfield 20

Cashton 44, Luther 14

Cassville 13, Potosi 6

Catholic Central 21, Lake Country Lutheran 7

Catholic Memorial 28, Germantown 0

Cedar Grove-Belgium 27, Ozaukee 8

Cedarburg 20, Hamilton 13

Chequamegon 22, Rib Lake/Prentice 14

Chilton 14, Sturgeon Bay 8, 4OT

Coleman 35, Manawa 0

Crivitz 28, Lourdes Academy 19

Cuba City 39, Lancaster 7

Cumberland 48, Cameron 22

Darlington 30, New Glarus/Monticello 13

De Pere 26, Manitowoc Lincoln 0

De Soto 37, Williams Bay 0

Delavan-Darien 41, Big Foot 28

Durand 57, Barron 6

Eau Claire North 53, La Crosse Logan 43

Edgar 43, Auburndale 0

Elkhorn Area 28, East Troy 7

Ellsworth 42, Colfax 0

Evansville 14, Brodhead/Juda 12

Fall Creek 26, Altoona 13

Fall River 20, Wauzeka-Steuben 6

Fennimore 40, Richland Center 8

Fond du Lac 69, Kaukauna 28

Fort Atkinson 35, Sauk Prairie 14

Freedom 46, Clintonville 0

Gibraltar 54, Menominee Indian 6

Gillett 34, Marion/Tigerton 6

Glenwood City 33, Amery 10

Grantsburg 27, Frederic 6

Green Bay East 39, New London 7

Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran 57, St. Thomas Aquinas/Lena 22

Green Bay Southwest 36, Pulaski 7

Hartford Union 71, Milwaukee Hamilton 6

Holmen 42, Platteville 14

Homestead 25, Kenosha Indian Trail 17

Hurley 55, Ironwood, Mich. 6

Iola-Scandinavia 65, Rosholt 0

Iron Mountain North Dickinson, Mich. 43, Florence 0

Ithaca 42, Tri-County 7

Janesville Craig 14, Janesville Parker 12

Kettle Moraine 25, Watertown 20

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 40, Martin Luther 12

Kewaskum 34, Port Washington 16

Kewaunee 30, Algoma 12

Kiel 37, Ripon 0

Kimberly 35, Neenah 14

Kingsford, Mich. 30, West De Pere 14

Kohler 28, Random Lake 16

Lake Linden-Hubbell, Mich. 53, Three Lakes 0

Lake Mills 20, Edgerton 6

Lakeland 13, Bloomer 8

Lakeside Lutheran 39, McFarland 0

Little Chute 44, Oconto Falls 13

Lomira 14, Campbellsport 13

Loyal 28, Owen-Withee 15

Luxemburg-Casco 26, Fox Valley Lutheran 0

Madison East 27, Madison West 13

Madison La Follette 7, Madison Memorial 6

Marathon 36, Laconia 0

Markesan 19, Shiocton 6

Marshall 25, Jefferson 20

Marshfield 24, D.C. Everest 17

McDonell Central 38, Gilman 8

Menasha 57, Shawano Community 0

Menomonie 44, Somerset 21

Merrill 35, River Falls 0

Middleton 7, Verona Area 3

Milwaukee Lutheran 28, New Berlin West 14

Mineral Point 14, Dodgeville 13

Monona Grove 27, DeForest 21

Monroe 42, Baraboo 14

Montello/Princeton/Green Lake 27, Westfield Area 14

Mosinee 16, Onalaska 12

Mount Horeb/Barneveld 33, Stoughton 0

Necedah 27, Cochrane-Fountain City 3

New Berlin Eisenhower 35, Mauston 0

New Holstein 26, Waupun 13

New Lisbon 6, Wonewoc-Center 0

Niagara/Goodman/Pembine 48, Norway, Mich. 14

North Boone, Ill. 28, Clinton 14

Notre Dame 56, Sheboygan South 7

Oak Creek 21, Mukwonago 14, OT

Omro 14, Winneconne 6

Oostburg 53, Howards Grove 6

Oregon 33, Portage 12

Osceola 48, Northwestern 0

Pardeeville 42, Randolph 7

Pecatonica/Argyle 34, Iowa-Grant 12

Phillips 42, White Lake/Elcho 0

Port Edwards 42, North Crawford 0

Racine St. Catherine's 28, North Fond du Lac 7

Reedsburg Area 12, Edgewood 7

Regis 37, Osseo-Fairchild 21

Rhinelander 36, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 0

Rice Lake 73, New Richmond 22

River Valley 14, Nekoosa 6

Royall 38, Lincoln 22

Saint Croix Central 18, Mondovi 0

Saint Francis 56, Saint Thomas More 14

Saint Mary Central 35, Reedsville 12

Sheboygan Falls 21, Plymouth 17

Shoreland Lutheran 28, Kenosha Christian Life 20

Shorewood/Milwaukee Messmer 34, Nicolet 13

Siren 44, Winter 34

Slinger 12, Whitefish Bay 6

South Milwaukee 20, West Allis Nathan Hale 14

Southern Door 21, Roncalli 7

Spencer/Marshfield Columbus 38, Stanley-Boyd 6

Spring Valley 34, Elmwood/Plum City 6

St. Croix Falls 42, Prescott 40

Stratford 32, Colby 0

Sun Prairie 47, Beloit Memorial 12

Superior 37, Menomonee Falls 26

Tomahawk 41, Pittsville 0

Turner 43, Southwestern 20

Turtle Lake 46, Webster 6

Union Grove 12, Wauwatosa East 7

Unity 20, Lake Holcombe 8

University School 32, Racine Lutheran 8

Valders 30, Manitowoc Lutheran 0

Waterford 34, Racine Case 7

Watertown Luther Prep 28, Waterloo 7

Waukesha North 48, Whitnall 28

Waukesha West 28, Carmel, Ill. 7

Waunakee 28, Milton 0

Waupaca 43, Green Bay West 6

West Bend West 21, Two Rivers 14

West Salem 34, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 7

Westby 25, Sparta 14

Weston 34, Wild Rose 16

Wilmot Union 41, Cudahy 13

Wisconsin Lutheran 35, Pewaukee 14

Wrightstown 21, Denmark 15

Xavier 24, Seymour 6

Zion Benton, Ill. 53, Westosha Central 7

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