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October 5, 2013

Georgia high school football scores: Week 6

Alexander 27, Shaw 7

Allatoona 35, New Manchester 28

Appling County 38, Pierce County 20

Aquinas 24, Hancock Central 0

Archer 45, Shiloh 16

B.E.S.T. Academy 41, Haralson County 7

Bacon County 21, Long County 6

Baconton 27, North Cobb Christian 19

Baldwin 28, Rutland 13

Benedictine Military 39, Bryan County 6

Bleckley County 48, Crawford County 7

Bowdon 58, Jordan 19

Bradwell Institute 45, Jenkins 32

Bremen 35, Kendrick 22

Brooks County 30, Thomasville 23

Buford 63, West Hall 0

Burke County 32, Wayne County 28

Callaway 45, Chapel Hill 13

Calvary Day 57, Savannah Country Day 13

Camden County 28, Coffee 21

Carrollton 52, Fayette County 14

Cartersville 76, Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe 13

Carver-Atlanta 39, Banneker 31

Cedar Grove 45, Towers 6

Cedartown 41, River Ridge 25

Central-Macon 28, Southwest Macon 12

Chamblee 45, Redan 0

Charlton County 17, Turner County 6

Cherokee 35, Woodstock 27

Chestatee 48, Johnson-Gainesville 7

Clarke Central 33, Salem 15

Claxton 28, Savannah Christian Prep 21

Coahulla Creek 14, Gordon Central 6

Collins Hill 35, Peachtree Ridge 28

Colquitt County 17, Tift County 14

Commerce 22, Athens Christian 21

Creekside 37, Starr’s Mill 3

Creekview 17, Sequoyah 14

Dacula 21, Brookwood 7

Dawson County 42, Banks County 19

Dooly County 17, Hawkinsville 6

Drew 27, Forest Park 12

Dublin 41, East Laurens 0

Early County 19, Berrien 7

Effingham County 46, Windsor Forest 0

Elbert County 37, Oconee County 20

Emanuel County Institute 69, Wheeler County 27

Etowah 24, Milton 15

Evans 38, Greenbrier 9

Fellowship Christian School 38, Whitefield Academy 33

First Presbyterian Day 30, Georgia Military 7

Fitzgerald 28, Cook 13

Flowery Branch 42, Apalachee 20

Forsyth Central 35, North Springs 22

Gainesville 51, Cedar Shoals 6

George Walton 50, Hebron Christian Academy 20

Grady 42, Therrell 0

Grayson 27, Central Gwinnett 19

Greater Atlanta Christian 56, Thomson 12

Greene County 49, Social Circle 0

Greenville 55, Central-Talbotton 12

Harrison 38, Kennesaw Mountain 7

Hart County 57, East Jackson 20

Heard County 56, Chattahoochee County 7

Hephzibah 18, Butler 15

Heritage-Conyers 23, Winder-Barrow 13

Hillgrove 35, Pebblebrook 21

Hiram 41, Lithia Springs 19

Holy Innocents’ 55, Mount Vernon 0

Irwin County 49, Telfair County 12

Jackson County 56, Franklin County 12

Jefferson County 21, Dodge County 7

Jonesboro 28, North Clayton 0

Kell 30, Riverwood 14

LaGrange 58, Columbus 7

Lakeside-Evans 58, Grovetown 20

Lamar County 50, Northeast-Macon 19

Landmark Christian 17, Our Lady of Mercy 13

Laney 33, Screven County 6

Lanier County 26, Wilcox County 15

Lassiter 28, Walton 21

Lee County 26, Hardaway 0

Liberty County 21, Glenn Hills 19

Lincoln County 60, Warren County 12

Lithonia 22, Stone Mountain 18

Locust Grove 31, Dutchtown 24, OT

Lovejoy 23, Rockdale County 3

Lowndes 38, Brunswick 30

Luella 37, Druid Hills 0

Macon County 23, Putnam County 20

Manchester 31, Temple 0

Marion County 21, Schley County 6

Marist 35, Columbia 0

Mary Persons 16, Westside-Macon 13

Maynard Jackson 32, Rockmart 14

McEachern 49, Campbell 35

McIntosh County Academy 27, Toombs County 21

Metter 35, Jeff Davis 8

Mill Creek 47, Meadowcreek 0

Miller County 14, Calhoun County 7

Mitchell County 44, Randolph-Clay 20

Mount de Sales 45, Heritage School 7

Mt. Paran Christian 45, King’s Ridge 3

Mt. Pisgah Christian 47, Walker 0

Mt. Zion-Carrollton 41, Glascock County 14

Mundy’s Mill 49, Mt. Zion-Jonesboro 2

Newton 17, Alcovy 14

Norcross 49, Habersham Central 3

North Cobb 42, South Cobb 13

North Gwinnett 52, Duluth 21

North Hall 56, East Hall 31

North Oconee 56, Morgan County 14

North Paulding 31, South Paulding 28

Northside-Warner Robins 45, Houston County 10

Northview 34, Cambridge 17

Pace Academy 40, Strong Rock Christian 0

Pacelli Catholic 14, Brookstone 7

Peach County 51, Henry County 30

Perry 28, West Laurens 14

Pickens 43, Cass 27

Piedmont 40, Windsor 0

Pike County 34, Jackson 31

Pope 49, Osborne 20

Portal 28, Jenkins County 16

Prince Avenue Christian 41, Athens Academy 7

Rabun County 63, Riverside Military Academy 7

Richmond Hill 41, Groves 6

Ringgold 30, Sonoraville 0

Rome 36, Paulding County 20

Roswell 21, Wheeler 19

Sandy Creek 21, Troup County 0

Seminole County 48, Terrell County 8

South Effingham 33, Cross Creek 13

South Gwinnett 20, Berkmar 7

Southeast Bulloch 30, Savannah 14

St. Francis 55, Cross Keys 3

St. Pius X 38, McNair 7

Statesboro 34, Swainsboro 7

Stockbridge 35, Eagle’s Landing 30

Stratford 35, Edmund Burke 14

Tattnall County 14, Brantley County 8

Tattnall Square 28, Westminster Christian 24

Taylor County 21, Monticello 19

Thomas County Central 43, Bainbridge 23

Thomas Heyward Academy, S.C. 28, St. Andrew’s 12

Tiftarea 31, Crisp 18

Towns County 17, Copper Basin, Tenn. 8

Treutlen 12, Montgomery County 2

Trinity Christian-Dublin 13, Brentwood 6

Union County 46, Oglethorpe County 26

Union Grove 16, Ola 14

Upson-Lee 24, Spalding 10

Valwood 43, Sherwood Christian 7

Veterans 42, Howard 7

Vidalia 41, Atkinson County 0

Ware County 21, Glynn Academy 19

Warner Robins 34, Jones County 14

Washington 53, South Atlanta 0

Washington County 36, Lovett 33

Washington-Wilkes 21, Jefferson 14

Wesleyan 28, Lakeview Academy 7

Westside-Augusta 20, Harlem 18

Westwood 33, Brookwood School 30

Whitewater 17, Northgate 6

Wilkinson County 52, Twiggs County 0

Woodward Academy 37, Decatur 7

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