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11/18/06

Saturday's High School Football Playoff Scores

John Tyler 21
Dallas Carter 32

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Dallas Molina 7
Robert E. Lee 42

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Longview 68
Dallas Adams 0

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Lufkin 72
Klein 24

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Whitehouse 28
Mount Pleasant 10

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Hallsville 17
North Lamar 29

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Madisonville 56
Rusk 63

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Spring Hill 21
Pleasant Grove 43

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Jefferson 25
New Boston 13

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Mexia 12
Crockett 49

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Muenster Sacred Heart

40
Brook Hill 26

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