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Prep Sports Extra: October 4

Updated: 10/11/2013 3:15 PM
Created: 10/04/2013 4:04 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 October 4.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4

BRAHAM 26
BARNUM 6
   
SM-ALBERTVILLE 40
DULUTH EAST 6
   
TWO HARBORS 0
DULUTH MARSHALL 12
   
GREENWAY/N-K 0
HERMANTOWN 42
   
DEER RIVER 0
ML/WR 45
   
ESKO 20
PROCTOR 22
   
BARRON 20
NORTHWESTERN 7
   
SUPERIOR 18
HUDSON 35
   
DULUTH DENFELD 12
BIG LAKE 34
   
CLOQUET 55
VIRGINIA 0
   
MT. IRON-BUHL 52
BIGFORK 28
   
NORTH WOODS 22
SOUTH RIDGE 54
   
GRAND RAPIDS 3
ALEXANDRIA 34
   
INTERNATIONAL FALLS 24
HIBBING 20
   
LITTLEFORK-BIG FALLS 14
CHERRY 20
   
ELY 49
CHISHOLM 32
   
ISLE 14
CROMWELL 6
   
EVELETH-GILBERT 41
COOK COUNTY 6
   
MCGREGOR 8
FLOODWOOD 48
   
NORTHOME-KELLIHER 14
HILL CITY 12
   
NORTHLAND 14
NEVIS 44
   
CROSBY-IRONTON 28
PINE CITY 30
   
HINCKLEY-FINLAYSON 0
RUSH CITY 28
   
NE RANGE 26
SILVER BAY 40
   
CARLTON 0
WRENSHALL 55
   
HAYWARD  
CHETEK-WEYERHAEUSER  
   
BLOOMER 49
LADYSMITH 6
   
BARRON 20
NORTHWESTERN 7
   
CUMBERLAND 35
SPOONER 46
   
LAKELAND 40
ASHLAND 0

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5

MESABI ACADEMY  
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