Friday Football Blitz: First week of the playoffs

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Class 6A(equals)

   BV West 46, SM West 20

   Blue Valley 45, SM East 14

   Derby 69, Wichita North 7

   Dodge City 34, Wichita Campus 13

   Junction City 34, Wichita Southeast 0

   Lawrence 38, Washburn Rural 21

   Lawrence Free State 34, Wichita South 12

   Manhattan 35, Hutchinson 7

   Olathe East 37, Olathe South 20

   SM North 42, Gardner-Edgerton 7

   Topeka 48, Garden City 14

   Class 8-Man Division I(equals)

   Clifton-Clyde 66, Hoxie 20

   Hill City 64, Trego 40

   Class 8-Man Division II(equals)

   Wheatland-Grinnell 49, Northern Valley 30

   Class 5A(equals)

   Andover 28, Salina Central 7

   BV Southwest 31, KC Washington 6

   Emporia 41, Newton 29

   Great Bend 42, Wichita Heights 35

   Hays 31, Goddard-Eisenhower 6

   Maize 49, Liberal 14

   Maize South 31, Salina South 0

   Mill Valley 52, Topeka West 0

   Shawnee Heights 7, Lansing 0

   St. James Academy 27, Leavenworth 14

   St. Thomas Aquinas 63, Highland Park 0

   Wichita Bishop Carroll 49, Valley Center 7

   Wichita Northwest 55, Kapaun Mount Carmel 14

   Class 4A(equals)

   Andover Central 42, Circle 7

   Arkansas City 55, Ulysses 17

   Augusta 29, Coffeyville 26, 2OT

   Bishop Miege 67, Labette County 13

   Bonner Springs 49, Eudora 12

   Buhler 19, Wellington 7

   Chanute 28, Fort Scott 7

   Louisburg 14, Atchison 7

   McPherson 63, Abilene 7

   Mulvane 47, Independence 14

   Paola 56, Ottawa 9

   Spring Hill 17, Pittsburg 13

   Tonganoxie 49, Baldwin 0

   Winfield 37, El Dorado 0

   Class 3A(equals)

   Andale 68, Clay Center 7

   Beloit 44, Larned 6

   Cheney 51, Rock Creek 18

   Clearwater 35, Hesston 28

   Colby 42, Nickerson 0

   Concordia 43, Hugoton 18

   Holton 34, Santa Fe Trail 27

   Jefferson West 20, Marysville 14

   Perry-Lecompton 38, Wamego 21

   Prairie View 34, Caney Valley 7

   Scott City 35, Holcomb 18

   Topeka Hayden 35, Sabetha 0

   Wichita Collegiate 35, Halstead 14

   Class 2A(equals)

   Belle Plaine 17, Chaparral 14

   Cimarron 36, Minneapolis 0

   Conway Springs 42, Cherryvale 13

   Eureka 31, Hutchinson Trinity 6

   Hoisington 47, Southwestern Hts. 0

   Lakin 21, Ellsworth 14

   Nemaha Central 49, St. Mary's 20

   Riley County 38, Pleasant Ridge 20

   Rossville 42, Maur Hill - Mount Academy 7

   Southeast Saline 47, Riverside 16

   First Round(equals)

   Class 1A(equals)

   Centralia 50, Troy 0

   Ell-Saline 27, Oakley 14

   Hillsboro 49, Pleasanton 0

   Inman 49, Stanton County 6

   Lyndon 34, Northern Heights 24

   Maranatha Academy 74, Bennington 46

   Meade 42, Syracuse 6

   Plainville 56, Salina Sacred Heart 7

   Republic County 54, Ellis 16

   Uniontown 33, Marion 8

   Non-Playoff Games(equals)

   Atchison 38, Council Grove 7

   Christ Preparatory Academy 41, NOAH, Okla. 14

   Douglass 16, Wichita Independent 12

   Erie 30, West Franklin 8

   Haven 38, Chapman 26

   Hays-TMP-Marian 54, Ellinwood 0

   Kingman 40, Goodland 6

   McLouth 22, Northeast-Arma 18

   Mission Valley 56, Horton 8

   Phillipsburg 44, Lyons 7

   Smoky Valley 48, Wichita Trinity 0

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