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Touchdown Friday Scores

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Here are the scores from the eighth week of the high school football season for Touchdown Friday:


Rocky Mount Academy 64, Parrott Academy 0 - Final

Havelock 57, Swansboro 0

Lejeune 27, Jones Senior 6

New Bern 56, South Central 0

James Kenan 59, North Duplin 14

Washington 20, Farmville Central 6

DH Conley 54, Southern Wayne 7

West Craven 38, White Oak 23

SW Edgecombe 36, North Pitt 22

Rocky Mount 10, Nash Central 3

JH Rose 34, CB Aycock 14

Northside Jacksonville 28, East Duplin 21

Princeton 50, Hobbton 0

Ayden-Grifton 28, Greene Central 27

Tarboro 51, South Creek 8

SW Onslow 41, North Brunswick 20

Goldsboro 48, South Lenior 7

Kinston 21, North Lenior 6

Northside 46, Southside 38

Jacksonville 35, West Carteret 14

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