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High School Football Scores - Week 2

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It's Week 2 of high school football in South Texas.

Are YOU ready for some football?

SCORES AND UPDATES:


GAME OF THE WEEK: Ray vs. Carroll (FINAL)

  • Ray - 40
  • Carroll - 14

Rockport-Fulton vs. Sinton (FINAL)

  • Rockport-Fulton - 6
  • Sinton - 25

Calallen vs. Johnson (FINAL)

  • Calallen - 53
  • Johnson - 35

Veterans Memorial vs. PSJA Southwest (FINAL)

  • Veterans Memorial - 56
  • PSJA SW - 7

Kingsville vs. Alice (FINAL)

  • Kingsville - 14
  • Alice - 19


Taft vs. West Oso (FINAL)

  • Taft - 8
  • West Oso - 34

Robstown vs. Tuloso-Midway (FINAL)

  • Robstown - 14
  • Tuloso-Midway - 35

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