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Inky is back with 5-2 week [Football]

OK, another 5-2 week has Inky feeling a bit better after a mess up in week four. So, this week brings us to the double picks as games next week are played on Thursday, Oct. 17. Here ya go.

This week's picks

Bel Air 34, Havre de Grace 12

Fallston 19, Patterson Mill 17

Bo Manor 21, Harford Tech 7

North Harford 23, Aberdeen 20

Joppatowne 26, Lansdowne 14

Perryville 24, C. Milton Wright 17

Edgewood 28, Elkton 22

John Carroll 30, Severn 13

Oct. 17 picks

Aberdeen 25, Bel Air 22

Fallston 27, C. Milton Wright 20

Bo Manor 20, Joppatowne 19

North Harford 26, Patterson Mill 18

Perryville 33, Havre de Grace 14

North East 18, Harford Tech 15

Edgewood 25, Rising Sun 14

Last week's picks

Perryville 33, Bel Air 21

Result: Perryville wins, 45-42

Aberdeen 25, Fallston 23

Result: Fallston wins, 19-14

C. Milton Wright 30, Patterson Mill 27

Result: Patterson Mill wins, 13-12

North Harford 36, Havre de Grace 8

Result: North Harford wins, 42-7

Joppatowne 23, Harford Tech 16

Result: Joppatowne wins, 22-8

St. Mary's Ryken 28, Edgewood 12

Result: St. Mary's wins, 49-13

St. Paul's 27, John Carroll 20

Result: St. Paul's wins, 34-7

Inky's 2013 record

17 wins, six losses

Inky's all-time record

858 wins, 289 losses

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