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September 21, 2013

Prep football scoreboard

Scores from across the state

Ada 36, Durant 35

Afton 55, Quapaw 6

Alex 52, Fox 38

Allen 46, Oklahoma Christian Academy 12

Alva 59, Hobart 52

Anadarko 53, Perry 7

Antlers 49, Atoka 7

Apache 41, Crossings Christian School 10

Ardmore 9, Dallas Prime Prep Academy, Texas 7

Balko 60, Boise City 12

Bartlesville 41, Skiatook 10

Berryhill 55, Kellyville 6

Bethany 48, Washington 27

Bixby 45, Springdale, Ark. 38

Blanchard 28, Newcastle 7

Bray-Doyle 50, Duke 0

Carl Albert 28, Duncan 6

Casady 36, Dallas Episcopal, Texas 33

Cascia Hall 40, Lighthouse Christian Academy, Ark. 26

Cashion 20, Luther 13

Catoosa 27, Fort Gibson 26

Central 14, McLain/TSST 12

Central High 47, Macomb 0

Central Sallisaw 24, Colcord 19

Chandler 14, Harrah 7

Checotah 33, Henryetta 26

Chickasha 25, Cache 24

Chisholm 8, Blackwell 6

Chouteau-Mazie 36, Porter Consolidated 20

Clinton 61, OKC Southeast 16

Collinsville 44, Oologah 17

Comanche 39, Walters 32

Commerce 48, Oswego, Kan. 16

Community Christian 42, Destiny Christian 6

Cordell 30, Mangum 6

Corn Bible Academy 28, Grandfield 24

Coweta 48, Bishop Kelley 42

Crescent 55, Wellston 7

Cushing 35, Cleveland 0

Cyril 42, Paoli 16

Davis 58, Heritage Hall 23

Depew 38, Canadian 28

Dewar 40, Strother 22

Dewey 28, Vinita 23

Dibble 38, Empire 20

Dickson 48, Tishomingo 14

Douglass 39, Star Spencer 0

Drumright 27, Liberty 7

Edmond Memorial 40, Deer Creek 10

Edmond Santa Fe 38, Edmond North 31

El Reno 35, Noble 34, OT

Eufaula 49, Keys (Park Hill) 22

Fayetteville, Ark. 27, Muskogee 22

Foyil 34, Oklahoma Union 14

Gans 20, Bowlegs 8

Garber 68, Canton 20

Geary 42, Waurika 33

Glenpool 30, Sperry 13

Guthrie 36, Enid 16

Hartford, Ark. 24, Haileyville 19

Heavener 13, Gore 7

Hilldale 61, Beggs 27

Hinton 46, Sayre 21

Holdenville 46, Coalgate 8

Holland Hall 37, Arlington Oakridge, Texas 7

Hollis 45, Beaver 0

Hominy 32, Pawhuska 27

Hugo 42, Idabel 6

Hugoton, Kan. 52, Guymon 17

Jay 27, McDonald County, Mo. 12

Jenks 45, Owasso 28

Kansas 58, Westville 6

Keota 70, Cave Springs 20

Ketchum 27, Fairland 20

Kiefer 43, Hulbert 6

Kingfisher 31, Hennessey 0

Kingston 44, Wilson 6

Kremlin-Hillsdale 50, Wesleyan (Bartlesville) Christian 0

Laverne 54, Covington-Douglas 6

Lawton 52, Altus 0

Lincoln Christian 45, Christian Heritage Academy 20

Lindsay 50, Pauls Valley 21

Locust Grove 34, Stilwell 0

Lone Grove 56, Frederick 20

MacArthur 21, Eisenhower 9

Madill 47, Bethel 0

Mannford 20, Bristow 16

Marlow 15, Sulphur 6

Maud 43, Arkoma 42

McAlester 59, Claremore 35

McGuinness 21, Weatherford 14

Meeker 34, Wayne 0

Memorial 54, NOAH 10

Merritt 60, Waukomis 34

Metro Christian 50, Broken Bow 2

Miami 32, Pryor 20

Midwest City 16, Del City 8

Millwood 34, Adair 7

Minco 35, Maysville 7

Mooreland 33, Burns Flat-Dill City 0

Morrison 32, Oklahoma Bible 27

Mountain View-Gotebo 60, Gracemont 6

Mustang 49, Stillwater 26

Nowata 27, Newkirk 6

Oaks 56, Welch 8

OKC Legion 42, Tulsa (Nathan) Hale 32

Okeene 20, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale 0

Okemah 26, Morris 6

Oklahoma Centennial 34, OKC U.S. Grant 8

Oklahoma Christian School 33, Jones 19

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