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1st and 10: Live Football Scores

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It's shaping up to be another great night of football in South Texas and the 1st and 10 team is back to cover all the action!

Tonight at 10 p.m. we'll have highlights from some of the biggest games happening this week, including:

  • Gregory-Portland vs. Miller
  • Refugio vs. Santa Gertrudis (SGA)
  • Calallen vs. Tuloso-Midway
  • Carroll vs. Moody
  • Kingsville vs. Aransas Pass
  • Taft vs. Odem
  • and many more!

But you don't have to wait to get in on the action, just join us on our Official Twitter page for live scores and updates. Or, if you just can't get enough football, join us on the Scorestream app - it's like being at every game at once!

Live scores follow below (games begin at 7):


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