Palisade defeats Delta, 36-33.
Coal Ridge defeats Olathe, 57-26.
Skyline defeats Grand Junction, 47-24.
Aspen defeats Grand Valley, 30-26.
Rifle defeats Kennedy, 35-24.
Cedaredge defeats Gunnison, 41-16.
(2)Meeker defeats (8)Monte Vista, 30-7.
Harrison defeats Glenwood Springs, 36-22.
(6)PAonia defeats Roaring Fork, 55-0.
In college ball, Colorado Mesa will take on Fort Lewis on Saturday. Mavs topped the SKyhawks last year, 34-28 after coming back from 11 points down in the fourth.
"All our guys got to do is go back to last year," head coach Russ Martin says. "We had to comeback to win that game last year. That's why I think our guys know and understand Fort Lewis is a very good football team. We had a great win last week but that's behind us. The only game we have anything to do and have anything to focus on is Fort Lewis. That's what we've been doing as coaches. That's what we've been having the players focus on."
Fort Lewis comes in at 2-1, but after an emotional win over Colorado Mines it could be a dangerous game for CMU.
"People keep saying trap game and stuff like that but I don't think so," senior running back David Tann says. "I think we're ready to go. We've had a good week of practice. We're excited to get back on the field. Every chance we get to get on the field, especially at home, it's going to be fun."
Kickoff is at 7 P.M. from Stocker Stadium.