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Taco Bell Overtime Report - Week #3 scores

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Friday, S eptember 7th  
Brunswick 7 Fitch 35
Archbishop Hoban 26 Boardman 47
Beaver Local 0 Jefferson 7
Campbell 21 Brookfield 50
Canfield 0 Dover 56
Southington 16 Toronto 56
Garrettsville  15 Champion 8
Southern 14 Crestview 63
East Palestine 12 Western Reserve 27
Warren JFK 34 Girard 32
Howland 22 Lakeveiw 18
MM Robinson 23 Hubbard 35
Jackson Milton 15 Grand Valley 30
Cuyahoga Valley 23 LaBrae 14
Leetonia 42 Mathews 0
Berkshire 24 Liberty 36
Wellsville 28 Lisbon 20
Springfield 22 Lowellville 19
Leetonia 42 Mathews 0
Mineral Ridge 43 McDonald 20
Norton 49 Newton Falls 35
Niles 41 Salem 23
St. Mary's 21 Poland 48
Newbury 28 Sebring 20
Garfield Trinity 14 South Range 42
Struthers 28 Field 14
United 32 Rootstown 0
Lake Catholic 7 Ursuline 21
Streetsboro 37 West Branch 35
Youngstown Christian 30 Py Valley 0
Kennedy Catholic 0 Farrell 6
Hickory 35 Greenville 10
Wilmington 7 Grove City 19
Lakeview, PA 28 Linesville 14
Mercer 14 Sharpsville 28
Mohawk 0 Beaver Falls 41
Neshannock 21 Laurel 14
New Castle 41 Riverside 8
Titusville 6 Reynolds 19
Sharon 40 Sagertown 12
Union 35 Leechburg 0
   
Saturday, September 8th  
Cardinal Mooney 20 Warren Harding 28
Cleveland Heights 28 East 12
East Liverpool 28 Bellaire 43
Columbiana 38 Steubenville Central Catholic 35
West Middlesex 28 Linesville 7
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