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High school football scoreboard from Week 10: (Box score) JUNE 3 St. Anne’s-Belfield (Mont.) 51, Frontier Christian 36 COLUMBIA GLEN (Va.) 48, Quantico 1 CAPE GRANDE (Kan.) 49, Green Ridge 0 CHAPARRAL 41, Reagan…

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High school football scoreboard from Week 10:

(Box score)

JUNE 3

St. Anne’s-Belfield (Mont.) 51, Frontier Christian 36

COLUMBIA GLEN (Va.) 48, Quantico 1

CAPE GRANDE (Kan.) 49, Green Ridge 0

CHAPARRAL 41, Reagan 14

CULVER CITY 27, Princeton 12

DOUGLAS COUNTY (Texas) 43, Wilcox 7

ECKERN (N.Y.) 15, St. Michael’s Prep 15

EAST PASADENA (Calif.) 51, Granger 7

EASTERN (Ga.) 12, Bernalillo (N.M.) 7

GRANDVIEW 26, PETERSON 21

GALLATIN (Texas) 57, Georgetown 0

HAMPTON 18, McEachern 0

Hancock (Texas) 58, THOMAS MILLS 19

KELSO (Calif.) 56, Twin Falls 20

LAKEWOOD (N.J.) 12, Arlington 1

MANHEIM-ON-HUDSON 36, WALLISSON 28

MIDDLE SCHOOL (Tenn.) 47, Beckman 9

MCMURRAY 42, Springlake-Earth 7

MOUNT VERNON 48, SEYMOUR 0

MOORE (Texas) 28, Concordia (Ore.) 7

NASHVILLE 44, Lake Highland 21

PASADENA (Texas) 62, Texas A&M-College Station 0

PHOENIX (Okla.) 32, CAMERON 0

PRESCOTT (Colo.) 19, Silver Creek 3

RECORD-SETTING: Kelly had eight catches for 297 yards and six TDs, tying the state record set in 1983 by Punyosei Shigemi of Norwood. His five TD catches in a game was one short of the state record set by Colorado quarterback Tyler Henington in 1989.

SACK NO. 300: Quinn Kromah of Berthoud had six sacks, the most since Kromah had seven against Evergreen in 2011. The game was a 48-42 Week 9 victory.

SPINOUTS: No. 1 in the nation vs. No. 10 in the state: No. 5 Pitkin placed just two players in the top 20. No. 6 Fairview had five in the top 20.

HOME SWEET HOME: Fairview played at Federal Way (Wash.) in its first home game, beating Chaminade 38-14.

MORE: Turnovers can be costly for Matthew Sanchez, Norwood; DIA shows promise at Santa Barbara.

DON’T FORGET: The District 5-1A title game is Saturday at 1 p.m. The Orchard View Knights’ next opponent — an opponent yet to be determined — was ranked No. 27 in the state with a record of 3-4.

YOUR POINT, ELIA: Elia’s Jacob Band was 3-for-7 for 105 yards with a pair of touchdowns.

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