Prep Football: Week Six Scores

Friday, October 4, 2013
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FINALS
Hixson 19 East Ridge 14
Polk County 21 Sequoyah 14
Signal Mountain 20 Notre Dame 13
Knoxville Grace 63 Meigs County 7
McMinn County 42 Soddy-Daisy 7
Ooltewah 28 Bradley 26
Whitwell 47 Lookout Valley 8
Tyner 35 Central 10
Towns County 17 Copper Basin 8
Rhea County 27 Cookeville 3
Baylor 38 McCallie 14
Marion County 69 Sale Creek 0
Boyd-Buchanan 49 Grace 20
East Hamilton 21 Cleveland 20
Brainerd 26 Howard 19
Grundy County 35 Chattanooga Christian 0
McMinn Central 40 Sweetwater 17

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