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'Arms Of Refuge' Trying to Open Shelter for Victimized Children

ATLANTA -- Every two minutes a child is victimized as a prostitute in Atlanta.

GA High School Football Predictions: Week 10 Revisited

SUWANEE, GA -- Nobody saw Collins Hill's 42-0 win over Norcross coming. Neither did Massey Matchups. It correctly predicted a lot of other games, though.

For the second consecutive week, Massey Matchups missed on five games. In Week Nine, the computer predictor tool went 22-5. This week it went 19-5. Massey Matchups is now 143-41 on the season.

Here are how some of Georgia's top games ended up. The computer's prediction is on the left; the actual final score appears on the right.

Lovett 27, Westminster 24; Westminster 37, Lovett 14

Georgia High School Football Predictions: Week 10

Georgia high school football is entering Week Ten and a lot of teams are playing their last game before their region play-ins. Not only that, but region championships will be won or lost this Friday night. What does Massey Matchups predict will happen? The computer predictor tool takes a look at some of tonight's top games.

Don't see a prediction for the game you are interested in? Make your own Massey Matchups.

Lovett 27, Westminster 24

North Cobb 21, South Cobb 16

Lovejoy 21, Creekside 20

Norcross 20, Collins Hill 17

Week Ten Game of the Week Nominees

ATLANTA -- It was a hotly contested vote, but in the end, Westminster at Lovett prevailed as 11Alive and Atlanta.HighSchoolSports.net's Game of the Week with 51.4 percent of the vote. What's at stake in this 2A matchup? A subregion title.

Both Westminster and Lovett are 4-0 in Region 6-2A Division B play and 6-2 overall. Both teams are playing for the subregion title and a chance to play Buford for the overall Region 6-2A crown.

Westminster lost to Buford earlier in the season 32-10; Lovett lost to Buford 37-14.

Memorial Fund Established for Family Killed in N.C. Wreck

GWINNETT COUNTY, GA -- A Gwinnett County man still grieving from the loss of five family members is using his brother's legacy to help others.

At his Buford home, Quintin Alvarez sorts through a stack of sympathy cards mailed from all over the country. At the same time, he's sorting through grief stacked five deep. It's been almost a month since his brother Daniel, Daniel's wife, and their three young children died in a traffic accident.

Quintin Alvarez is not ready to let go.

"I know this has to be done for him, for his legacy," said Alvarez.

Gwinnett Schools Win $1M Broad Prize for Urban Districts

ATLANTA -- Georgia's largest school district has won the nation's top prize in public education. 

Gwinnett County schools will get $1 million in college scholarships for needy students from the Broad Prize for Urban Education. The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation gives the award annually to urban districts that show the most gains in student performance and closing minority achievement gaps.

Though Gwinnett County is in suburban Atlanta, the 150,000-student district meets the criteria for the Broad Prize because it is overwhelmingly a low-income, minority district.

This is the second year Gwinnett had been a finalist for the prize.

Pit Bull registration voted down

Lawrenceville, GA - Tuesday night, the Gwinnett County's Animal Advisory Council voted against a proposed pit bull ordinance.

The meeting took place in Lawrenceville.

The ordinance would have required owners to register their pit bulls and keep them secure.

The overwhelming response of the people in the audience last night to a proposed pit bull registry in Gwinnett County was, "Leave our dogs alone!"

Gwinnett County residents said the ordinance is ridiculous.. It's not about the breed, it's about the owner.

The County's Animal Advisory Council agreed.

All seven members of the Advisory Council voted against the proposed ordinance.