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Sports Overtime - Friday

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EC Memorial's Aaron Faacks breaks off a long run in a win over River Falls EC Memorial's Aaron Faacks breaks off a long run in a win over River Falls
Menomonie's D.J. Oas runs back an INT for a TD in a win over EC North Menomonie's D.J. Oas runs back an INT for a TD in a win over EC North
Chippewa Falls remains playoff eligible by beating Rice Lake Chippewa Falls remains playoff eligible by beating Rice Lake
Stanley-Boyd's Ronny Ponick runs in a TD as the Orioles remain unbeaten Stanley-Boyd's Ronny Ponick runs in a TD as the Orioles remain unbeaten
Mondovi remains unbeaten with a win over Elk Mound Mondovi remains unbeaten with a win over Elk Mound

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Big Rivers

 

RIVER FALLS   14

EAU CLAIRE MEMORIAL   54

Wildcats: 0-5 (1-6), Old Abes: 2-3 (3-4)

 

EAU CLAIRE NORTH   6

MENOMONIE   42

Huskies: 1-4 (1-6), Mustangs: 5-0 (7-0)

 

SUPERIOR   18

HUDSON   35

Spartans: 4-1 (6-1), Raiders: 5-0 (6-1)

 

RICE LAKE   34

CHIPPEWA FALLS   38

Warriors: 1-4 (3-4), Cardinals: 2-3 (2-5)

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Cloverbelt

 

ALTOONA   3

STANLEY-BOYD   32

Railroaders: 3-3 (3-4), Orioles: 6-0 (7-0)

 

OSSEO-FAIRCHILD   28

COLBY   49

Thunder: 1-5 (2-5), Hornets: 4-1 (6-1)

 

FALL CREEK   21

NEILLSVILLE   0

Crickets: 3-2 (4-2), Warriors: 0-6 (0-7)

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Dunn-St. Croix

 

ELK MOUND   7

MONDOVI   47

Mounders: 0-4 (1-6), Buffaloes: 5-0 (7-0)

 

GLENWOOD CITY   30

BOYCEVILLE   12

Hilltoppers: 3-1 (6-1), Bulldogs: 0-4 (2-5)

 

SPRING VALLEY   25

ST. CROIX CENTRAL   7

Cardinals: 3-2 (5-2), Panthers: 2-2 (2-5)

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Heart O'North

 

BLOOMER   49

LADYSMITH   6

Blackhawks 5-0 (6-1), Lumberjacks: 0-5 (0-7)

 

CHETEK-WEYERHAEUSER   39  

HAYWARD   6

Bulldogs: 4-1 (6-1), Hurricanes: 1-4 (1-6)

 

BARRON   20

NORTHWESTERN   7

Golden Bears: 3-2 (4-3), Tigers: 2-3 (4-3)

 

CUMBERLAND   35

SPOONER   46

Beavers: 2-3 (3-4), Rails: 3-2 (4-3)

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Middle Border

 

ELLSWORTH   28

NEW RICHMOND   10

Panthers: 5-0 (7-0), Tigers: 1-4 (1-6)

 

DURAND   21

OSCEOLA   14

Panthers: 4-1 (5-2), Chieftains: 2-3 (4-3)

 

SOMERSET   42

AMERY   14

Spartans: 4-1 (6-1), Warriors: 0-5 (1-6)

 

BALDWIN-WOODVILLE   0

PRESCOTT   36

Blackhawks: 0-5 (1-6), Cardinals: 4-1 (6-1)

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Dairyland

 

COCHRANE-FOUNTAIN CITY   44

ELEVA-STRUM   0

Pirates: 5-0 (5-2), Cardinals: 2-3 (2-5)

 

WHITEHALL   20

AUGUSTA   0

Norse: 4-1 (5-2), Beavers: 1-4 (2-5)

 

LINCOLN   0

BLAIR-TAYLOR   28

 

MELROSE-MINDORO   14

INDEPENDENCE/GILMANTON   22

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Cloverwood

 

GILMAN   0

OWEN-WITHEE   42

Pirates: 3-4 (3-4), Blackhawks: 7-0 (7-0)

 

THORP   8

GREENWOOD/GRANTON   34

Cardinals: 0-7 (0-7), Indians: 6-1 (6-1)

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Lakeland

 

UNITY   17

FLAMBEAU   6

 

LAKE HOLCOMBE/CORNELL   13

ELMWOOD/PLUM CITY   29

 

PEPIN/ALMA   35

SHELL LAKE   7

 

CLEAR LAKE   19

FREDERIC   27 

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Lakeland 8

 

SIREN   36

NEW AUBURN   8

 

PRAIRIE FARM   62

LUCK   22

 

NORTHWOOD   28

BRUCE   61 

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Non-Conference

 

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WIAC

 

UW-PLATTEVILLE   0

UW-EAU CLAIRE   3

Pioneers: 0-3 (8-12), Blugolds: 3-1 (11-9)

 

UW-WHITEWATER   3

UW-STOUT   0

Warhawks: 2-1 (17-5), Blue Devils: 0-3 (12-7)

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