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Our Call predictions for this weekend’s District 10 football games

Each week the Erie Times-News predicts the final scores of each District 10 football game. Here’s a look at the Our Call predictions for this weekend’s games.

Conneaut 28, Farrell 20: Eagles gaining momentum
Lakeview 24, Sharpsville 18: Sailors chasing the Region 1 title
Cambridge Springs 35, Maplewood 13: Blue Devils bounce back on the road
Mercyhurst Prep 24, Iroquois 14: Lakers earn rivalry win
Eisenhower 35, Union City 7: Knights rolling in Region 2
Cochranton 27, Youngsville 8: Cardinals likely secure a playoff spot
Greenville 21, Reynolds 16: Trojans avoid letdown
Grove City 42, Titusville 7: Eagles eyeing playoff spot
Hickory 48, Saegertown 6: Hornets keep dominating
Wilmington 14, Sharon 7: Might be an elimination game
Girard 34, Corry 14: ’Jackets remain in second place
Northwestern 27, North East 13: Wildcats clinch share of region title
Fairview 17, Fort LeBoeuf 14: Shannon Jackson and company pull out win
Seneca 14, Harbor Creek 10: Bobcats grind out road win
Meadville 35, Bradford 20: Bulldogs win region road game
Slippery Rock 45, Franklin 7: Rockets move to 8-0
DuBois 35, Warren 32: Beavers win shootout
Cathedral Prep 35, Central Tech 13: Ramblers remain perfect
General McLane 21, Strong Vincent 13: Lancers move toward playoff spot
Oil City 34, Karns City 10: Oilers roll over D-9 team
Mercer 38, Keystone 7: Mustangs rout non-region opponent
West Middlesex 35, Kennedy Catholic 6: Big Reds set up showdown with Lakeview
McDowell 38, East 6: Trojans start to get back on track

Last week: 21-3 (.875); Season: 135-33 (.804)

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