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  • Edinburg Vela 63 Victoria East 62
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  • Edinburg North 14 Veterans 17
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  • Edcouch Elsa 40 Los Fresnos 50
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  • Raymondville 14 La Feria 47
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  • weslaco East 21 Sharylan 14
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  • Edinburg North 17 BRO. Veterans 14
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  • Rio Hondo 14 Sinton 34
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  • Port Isabel 15 Lopez 14
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  • Vela 42 Victoria East 49
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  • Santa Rosa 20 Hidalgo 21
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  • Donna North 33 PSJA 36
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  • Valley View 7 Donna 28
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  • George Ranch 38 Weslaco 0
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  • Edinburg 14 Nikki Rowe 30
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  • PSJA North 39 Mission 9
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  • CC Calallen 20 Mercedes 7
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  • McAllen High 14 Harlingen South 21
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  • Edcouch-Elsa 40 Los Fresnos 50
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  • Weslaco East 21 sharyland 14
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  • Sharyland Pioneer 27 McAllen Memorial 40
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Iggy Azalea
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Iggy Azalea has the right to celebrate this week. Not only does the Australian rapper hold the top spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart with her single “Fancy,” featuring Charli XCX, but she’s also at number two with “Problem,” her collaboration with Ariana Grande. That makes Iggy the only artist other than the Beatles to simultaneously have a number one and two song with their first two Hot 100 hits. (The Beatles did it in 1964 with “I Want to Hold Your Hand” and “She Loves You.”) Azalea is also just the third woman ever to have concurrent songs in the two top spots (Mariah Carey and Ashanti are the others).

As for the rest of the chart, John Legend’s former number one, “All of Me,” slipped to number three, followed by Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” at four and DJ Snake and Lil Jon’s “Turn Down for What” at five.

Rounding out the Top Ten are: Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse,” Jason Derulo’s “Talk Dirty,” Nico & Vinz’s “I Am Wrong,” Justin Timberlake’s “Not A Bad Thing,” and Jason Derulo’s “Wiggle.”

Source: Billboard.com

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