High school football scores: September 12

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – High school football scores from September 12:

Central 25, Jordan 7
Crawford County 27, Stewart County 18
Deerfield-Windsor 35, Westfield 25
Dodge County 40, Savannah 3
Dublin 55, Twiggs County 18
FPD 9, Monticello 6
Fullington 41, CFCA 13 (Half)
Greenbrier 6, Jones County 43
Hancock Central 34, Josey 14
Hawkinsville 21, Taylor County 0
Howard 21, Rutland 0
Jenkins County 14, East Laurens 12
John Milledge 56, Brentwood 6
Johnson County, Wilkinson County
Marion County 40, Dooly County 19
Mary Persons 29, Lamar County 27
Memorial Day 37, Trinity Christian-Dublin 31
Mount de Sales 20, GMC 7 (3rd)
Northside 38, Lakeside (Evans) 7
Oconee County 1, Putnam County 0 (Forfeit)
Peach County 48, Southwest 0*
Robert Toombs 51, Windsor 7
Tattnall Square 33, Strong Rock Christian 0
Thomas Jefferson 48, Covenant Academy 27
Tift County 28, Baldwin 12
Upson-Lee 44, Northeast 6
Warner Robins 49, Cross Creek 7
Washington County 42, Veterans 3
Westside 29, West Laurens 10
Wilcox County 21, Calhoun County 13

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