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Taco Bell Overtime Report - Week #2 scores

Updated:
Friday, August 31st  
Howland 0 Warren Harding 34
Jackson Milton 12 Rootstown 46
LaBrae 24 Warren JFK 31
Struthers 32 Lakeview 14
Leetonia 23 Mineral Ridge 19
Liberty 6 Niles 12
Lisbon 14 Southern 43
Lowellville 10 Berkshire 33
Windham 32 Mathews 7
Kennedy Catholic 20 McDonald 53
Salem 28 United 35
East Tech 6 Ursuline 62
Northwest 7 Poland 23
Wellsville 0 Oak Harbor 45
New Philadelphia 49 West Branch 45
Malvern 20 Western Reserve 3
Austintown Fitch 49 Archbishop Hoban 9
Boardman 0 Cardinal Mooney 37
Crestview 31 Beaver Local 6
Newton Falls 12 Brookfield 59
South Range 7 Campbell 29
Canfield 21 Alliance 13
Southington 8 Sebring 0
Champion 52 Conneaut 6
Columbiana 39 East Palestine 6
East Liverpool 12 Indian Creek 26
Hubbard 35 Girard 25
Wellsville 0 Oak Glen 45
Farrell 21 Sharon 14
Strong Vincent 22 Hickory 44
Greenville 14 North East 33
Carrick 0 Grove City 40
Union City 8 Lakeview, PA 30
Mercer 33 Eisenhower 7
Mohawk 21 Freedom Area 20
Central Valley 31 New Castle 7
Reynolds 44 Maplewood 0
Moniteau 0 Sharpsville 35
Sacred Heart 6 Union 20
West Middlesex 10 Wilmington 13
   
Saturday, September 1st  
Cleveland Lincoln West 6 East 47
Springfield 3 Youngstown Christian 40
Neshannock 55 Western Beaver 8
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