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High School Football Scores

August 27, 2011 by staff 

High School Football ScoresHigh School Football Scores, At the center of Notre Dame played at Penn Braxston Cueva High School, the Kingsmen still owned by the Backyard Brawl.

However, since his departure, took control Mishawaka win four straight games in the game more intense rivalry high school football in Michiana.

With Braxston and many of his teammates watching at Notre Dame, Penn regained control on Friday night after a brilliant career effort from quarterback Chad Oakley Gindelberger and Zach.

The two combined for over 300 yards rushing and three touchdowns as Penn broke its four-game slide against Mishawaka with a 31-14 victory in the field in front of 8,000 fans Freed.

Among those in the cave of assistance Dayne Crist joins Tommy Rees, Manti Te’o and Michael Floyd. Floyd was even pumping the Penn crowd sometimes.

Mishawaka quarterback Sam Schrader, one of the cavemen lone returning starters, tried to lead his team again – but Penn could not be stopped.

The Kingsmen now 2-0, while falling to 1-1 Mishawaka.

It is the only meeting between the two teams this season with 4A Mishawaka pass. It will meet at the sectional.
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Dieter Gehrig had another remarkable performance with 346 yards and three touchdowns in South Bend Washington improved to 2-0 with a 40-21 victory over Michigan City.

Dieter set the record for the state of Indiana, with 373 receiving yards last week.
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A Glenn, missed two point conversion proved costly for the Falcons as he struggled to win 14-13 Jimtown in the first State Conference North for both teams.

Jimtown led 7-0 when running statewide on Josh Anderson scored two touchdowns for the Falcons to give them the advantage. A failed attempt two-point conversion made it 13-7.

Jimtown Emerson Devan then would score the go-ahead touchdown as the Jimmies escaped.

Both teams are now 1-1.
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Concordia Memorial and also fought a defensive battle, but the militants got a touchdown from quarterback Trevor Wilmore big run to tie the game at seven in the 2nd half.

In the fourth quarter, Duwhon Alford left for 49 yards in the territory Memorial. Who created Nick Wysong for the winning field goal as Concord won 10-7 in the field of Jake?

Both teams are 1-1.
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In Goshen, Levar Johnson took his first win as head of Elkhart Central; the Blazers beat the Redskins 22-20.
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The Marian Knights are 2-0 after winning 20-0 at Adams Field Friday night Otolski.

Robert Mischler related to Michael Whitfield to give Marian a 7-0 lead in the second quarter.

The defense stuffed the Knights on the next possession Adams of fourth and goal. That was the Eagles best scoring opportunity.

Adams is 1-1.
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In the field of school, Kevin McFadden scored his first varsity touchdown in South Bend St. Joe improved to 2-0 with a 12-3 win over Wawasee.

Alec Fullencamp a field goal as time expired to give the Indians a 3-0 lead at halftime.

McFadden scored in the first round of the 3rd quarter.
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A matter of ping-pong in the field of clay did not end the way I wanted to colonial and won a shootout 35-28 LaPorte.
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In Michigan, Watervliet and Coloma fought for the final time and Watervliet 102 and will have bragging rights forever from the two schools separated by two miles.

Watervliet won 28-12.

Coloma is the change in the Wolverine Conference next season and will play all league games. That means it will not be able to Watervliet in any game of non-league.

Here are all the scores of all games.

Indiana Scores
Marian 20, SB Adams 0
Bremen 48, Tippecanoe Valley 20
West Central 38, Caston 8
Culver Community 29 South Cental 12
NorthWood 27, Culver Academy 18
Northridge East Noble 41 13
Concord 10, Elkhart Memorial 7
Elkhart Central 22, Goshen 20
Griffith 49, New Prairie 7
Jimtown 14, Glenn 13
LaPorte 35, SB Clay 28
Bowman Academy 41, 3 Laville
Penn 31, Mishawaka 14
North Judson 19, Knox 0
Northfield 43, Triton 20
Pioneer 48, Winamac 21
Fairfield 19, Prairie Heights 12
Plymouth 34, Rochester 20
SB Riley 20, F. Wayne W. 14
Homestead 51, Warsaw, 7
SB 40 in Washington, Michigan City 21
SB 12 San José, 3 Wawasee

Michigan Scores
Niles 32, Jackson Lumen Chr. 26
Berrien Springs 36, 12 Decatur
Brandywine 28 Lawrence 6
Buchanan 41, Fennville 0
Lawton, 28, Cassopolis 18
Watervliet 28, Coloma 12
Edwardsburg 15, Hopkins 9
Benton Harbor 48, Sturgis 42
St. Joseph (Mich.) 44 Marshall 13
Lakeshore 54, BC Lakeview 14
G. Rapids Northpointe 61, 13 Bridgman
River Forest (Ind.) 26, Eau Claire 8
Centreville 6, Marcelo 0
Michigan Lutheran 34, Wyoming Lee 0
Bloomingdale 50, New Buffalo 41
Lalumiere 32, River Valley 12
Union City 22, Paloma Blanca 7

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