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2017 High School Football Scores Week 4

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9-22-17

Richland 63, Southridge 14

Goldendale 6, Zillah 46

Kamiakin 59, Pasco 0

Chiawana 26, Hanford 7

Ellensburg 7, Ephrata 35

Granger 62, Chelan 38

Liberty Christian 0, DeSales 6

Mabton 26, White Swan 32

Highland 6, Naches Valley 55

Selah 21, Prosser 12

College Place 0, Royal 74

Toppenish 48, Wapato 0

Sunnyside 40, Wenatchee 7

Ridgeview 13, Pendleton 48

Warden 3, Connell 17

River View 8, Wahluke 31

Hermiston 34, Summit 14

Grandview 7, East Valley 27

West Valley 55, Davis 26

Othello 46, Quincy 0

Touchet 14, Odessa 64

Walla Walla 6, Kennewick 3

Tri-Cities Prep 47, Dayton-Waitsburg 14

Eisenhower 6, Cheney 0

Columbia-Burbank 30, Kiona-Benton 41

Cle Elum 0, La Salle 34

Sunnyside Christian 66, Entiat 6

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