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Prep Sports Extra: August 30

Updated: 08/31/2013 8:13 AM
Created: 08/28/2013 5:44 PM WDIO.com

It's time for Friday night lights, and Eyewitness Prep Sports Extra. Where we focus on High School football games going on in the Northland for the weekend of August 30.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 30

SUPERIOR 52
ASHLAND 12

 

 

OSCEOLA 42
HAYWARD 14

 

 

GRANTSBURG 34
NORTHWESTERN 45

 

 

COLFAX 44
LADYSMITH 0

 

 

SPOONER 29
BALDWIN-WOODVILLE 28

 

 

RICE LAKE 41
NEW RICHMOND 0

 

 

ESKO 18
CARLTON 19

 

 

COOK COUNTY 16
DULUTH MARSHALL 41

 

 

PINE CITY 12
PROCTOR 28

 

 

INTERNATIONAL FALLS 50
EVELETH-GILBERT 0

 

 

AITKIN 54
VIRGINIA 0

 

 

DEER RIVER 21
GREENWAY/N-K 16

 

 

MCGREGOR 16
NORTHOME-KELLIHER 56

 

 

BIGFORK 22
SOUTH RIDGE 44

 

 

NORTHLAND 22
CROMWELL 28

 

 

CROSBY-IRONTON 31
MESABI EAST 0

 

 

ISLE 14
HILL CITY 12

 

 

 

THURSDAY, AUGUST 29

DULUTH DENFELD 0
CAMBRIDGE-ISANTI 34

 

 

DULUTH EAST 12
ST. FRANCIS 64

 

 

HERMANTOWN 20
MOOSE LAKE/WILLOW RIVER 24

 

 

TWO HARBORS 28
HIBBING 8

 

 

CHERRY 0
CHISHOLM 28

 

 

BEMIDJI 39
GRAND RAPIDS 7

 

 

SILVER BAY 49
LITTLEFORK-BIG FALLS 34

 

 

LAKE OF THE WOODS 22
CARLTON 14     F/OT

 

 

WRENSHALL 33
ONAMIA 42

 

 

NEVIS 20
FLOODWOOD 27

 

 

EAST CENTRAL 14
HINCKLEY-FINLAYSON 7

 

 

ELY 34
MT. IRON-BUHL 14

 

 

NE RANGE 6
NORTH WOODS 50

 

 

BARNUM 28
RUSH CITY 7

 

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