Prep Football: Week Three Scores

All Scores Final

Friday, September 13, 2013

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FINAL SCORES:

Meigs 55 Sale Creek 6
Walker Valley 24 Rhea Co. 17
Signal Mountain 63 Red Bank 0
Bradley Central 14 Hixson 13
Alcoa 35 McMinn County 14
Grace 43 Lookout Valley 6
Howard 27 Loudon 14
East Ridge 20 Polk Co. 19
Harriman 27 Whitwell 18
Knoxville Grace 42 McMinn Central 0
Baylor 58 Brainerd 19
Ooltewah 31 Tyner 16
Silverdale 49 Grundy Co. 7
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Pittsburg 48 Sequatchie Co. 7
Cleveland 33 Wilson Central 13
East Hamilton 42 Riverdale 21
Siegel 34 McCallie 31
Central 21 Marion County 19
Bledsoe Co. 21 York Institute 15



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