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Tennessee high school football scores for Week 5 of TSSAA 2022 season
See below for live Twitter updates from Free Press Staff Writers Alex Abrami and Jacob Rousseau during this weekend's Vermont high school football games. Check back later for final scores and game details. To report scores, coaches or team representatives are asked to report results ASAP after games by emailing email@example.com.See the Story
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Nashville area high school football top performers: See who were Week 10 stars
St. Augustine Prep's Tristan McLeer added 91 yards on the ground and scored the game-winning touchdown on a 7-yard run in the fourth quarter. Millville came from behind to defeat Cherokee 20-31. Holy Spirit threw a go-ahead, 24-yard touchdown to Jayden Llanos with 44.7 seconds remaining to stun Kingsway 27-6.See the Story
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Biden launches student loan forgiveness application
President Joe Biden officially kicks off the application process for his student debt cancellation program. 8 million borrowers had already applied for loan relief during the federal government's soft launch period over the weekend. Biden's plan calls for $10,000 in federal student debt Cancellation for those with incomes below $125,000 a year.See the Story
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Area Sports Roundup, Oct. 13
An attempt to repeal the Vacation Home Rental ordinance didn't get a second vote. The Carson Valley Trails Association is celebrating opening of the southern portion of the Clear Creek Trail at James Lee Park starting at 11:30 a.m. Saturday. There are two trail events on Saturday on either end of the county.See the Story
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Tennessee high school football scores for TSSAA Week 9 in 2022 season
West Monroe (4-1) started district play strong last week with a 54-0 shutout over Pineville. The Rebels woke up defensively with Grant Edmondson racking up two Interceptions. Last season the Rebels shut out West Ouachita 25-0.See the Story
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Meet the Olmsted County District 4 candidates
LA Quinta City Council elections are less than a month away. News Channel 3 met with each of the candidates on the November 8 ballot. The candidates include: John Pe�aRichard GrayJoseph "joe" JohnsonDeborah McGarreyBrian Hanrahan What makes you uniquely qualified to run the city?See the Story
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High school football: Top 10 best San Gabriel Valley performances from Week 7
Pasadena's Indiana Wijay threw six touchdown passes in a 48-14 win over Burroughs. Gary San Angelo rushed for 269 yards and two touchdowns in South Hills' win over Don Lugo. Maranatha's Michael Martin completed 8 of 10 passes for 143 yards and four touchdowns in a 55-8 win over Anza Hamilton.See the Story
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Tennessee high school football scores for Week 8, 2022 TSSAA season
Franklin (4-1, 2-0 Hockomock Kelley-Rex) defeated league host Taunton (3-2, 0-2 Kelley- Rex) Holliston 35, Ashland 12: Holliston senior quarterback TJ Kiley (11-for-21, 203 yards, 3 TDs) threw touchdown passes to three different receivers. Hopkinton 19, Norwood 14: Senior Joe Carrazza scored two rushing TDs (6 and 13 yards) as the host Hillers improved to 4-1 (1-0 TVL Large) L-S 24, Acton-Boxborough 14: Junior quarterback Cooper Tarantino had a 14-yard touchdown pass.See the Story
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