Football: Week five area football scores Sept. 30, 2022

Area football scores for week five.

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Junior Wolverine D'Andre Hammond looks for a hole on his way to a second quarter touchdown Friday, Sept. 30, 2022.
Michael Johnson / Wadena Pioneer Journal
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Pequot Lakes (3-1) 35, Detroit Lakes (3-1) 21

Perham (3-2) 22, Fergus Falls (1-4) 20

Wadena-Deer Creek (4-1) 34, Warroad (1-4) 8

Mahnomen-Waubun (5-0) 22, Red Lake County (4-1) 20

Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton (5-0) 48, Park Rapids (0-5) 6


Hawley (2-3) 46, Staples-Motley (0-5) 6

Barnesville (5-0) 62, Pillager (1-4) 0

New York Mills (5-0) 20, Bagley (1-4) 0

Pine River-Backus (4-1) 30, Lake Park-Audubon (1-4) 24

Frazee (3-2) 43, Underwood (0-5) 0

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