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Homeroom Announcements: Week Six football reader

Week Six brought out the good, the bad and the ugly on the football field.

On one end of the spectrum, Jerry Hickson of St. Francis set a new Western New York career passing yards record Saturday afternoon. On the other end, the St. Joe's-Bishop Timon-St. Jude contest Friday night was suspended due to a benches-clearing brawl.

Luckily for you, we've got it all covered below. If you missed anything from Friday's and Saturday's action, here's your one-stop shop containing every link to The Buffalo News’ Prep Talk football coverage from another weekend on the gridiron.

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Friday's coverage

Story: St. Joe's-Bishop Timon-St. Jude game suspended due to brawl
Photo gallery: St. Joe's and Timon's bench-clearing brawl
Video: Chad Kelly at St. Joe's-Timon brawl

Quick hits: Orchard Park 14, Bennett 8
Game story: Behind Dahl's running, Orchard Park grinds out victory
Photo gallery: Orchard Park at Bennett
Video: OP coach Gene Tundo and OL Dan Kubik react to the win

High school football roundup: Unbeaten Starpoint captures another thriller plus much more

High school scores & schedules (Oct. 8)

BONUS

Check out this one-handed catch by Lancaster wide receiver Max Giordano in its win over Hutch-Tech.

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Saturday's coverage

St. Francis 48, Cardinal O'Hara 0
Game story:
St. Francis senior Jerry Hickson sets the standard for WNY quarterbacks
Photo gallery: Cardinal O'Hara at St. Francis

Photo gallery: Cleveland Hill 8, Medina 6
Video: Cleve Hill coach Glen Graham and select players react to the win

High school football roundup: Cleveland Hill edges Medina, Canisius wins in Ohio & more

Game report to lend insight to Timon-St. Joe's brawl

High school scores and schedules (Oct. 9)

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High School Extra (Oct. 9): Clarence soccer avenges loss to Will North plus much more

After school 

- Sidelines: Week Six football polls, coming attractions & more

- Monday's high school schedule

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