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Prep football Pick 6: Greg Lee, Sam Adams select six games of week

My season batting average is rising.

Mired at .500 for the first three weeks, I’m hitting the leather off the ball.

From year to year I usually pick games correctly at a .700 clip. I’m within eyesight of that percentage.

Sam Adams, KHQ/SWX sports director, and yours truly each went 5-1 last week. We didn’t have any differences so we both stand at 24-12 – a .666 average. I don’t like that combination of numbers so I’ll just round it up to .670.

This week’s schedule, particularly in the Greater Spokane League, is lacking marquee games. I thought that was a better way of saying the schedule is dreadful.

Last week: Adams 5-1 (24-12 overall), Lee 5-1 (24-12)

Sandpoint at Moscow

(Friday, 7 p.m.)

Lee: Sandpoint 23-21. Sandpoint beat Timberlake and Timberlake beat Moscow. Disregard the Bulldogs’ 70-30 loss to Lake City last week.

Adams: Moscow 26-21. If this one were being played in Sandpoint I would give the nod to the Bulldogs. But the Bears should jump-start their offense, which has been bogged down.

Timberlake at Lakeland

(Friday, 7 p.m.)

Lee: Lakeland 32-16. I’ve won some with Lakeland and I’ve lost some with Lakeland. But the Hawks won’t disappoint Friday.

Adams: Lakeland 31-28. The last three installments of the Battle of the Lakes have seen point differentials of 7, 3 and 1 point. Lakeland has won those contests.

Lakeside at Newport

(Friday, 7 p.m.)

Lee: Lakeside 33-13. The Eagles are the second-best team in the NEA and that’s nothing to be ashamed of.

Adams: Lakeside 35-14. The Eagles should bounce back just fine after a disappointing loss to Freeman.

Chiawana at Lake City

(Friday, 7 p.m.)

Lee: Chiawana 42-30. I saw the Riverhawks last year in the state playoffs and they’re the real deal.

Adams: Lake City 30-21. The Louie-McGee brothers were a nonfactor last year against Chiawana. Not this time. .

Mead at Central Valley

(Friday, 7 p.m.)

Lee: CV 27-21. Injuries could play a big role. Mead is banged up.

Adams: CV 28-21. CV begins a tough stretch to close out the regular season, but I like the Bears’ chances playing at home.

East Valley at West Valley

(Friday, 5 p.m.)

Lee: EV 28-6. Spokane Valley pride will be on the line in this one.

Adams: EV 28-13. The Knights are starting to put it all together.