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Middle school football players take concussion test

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FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. -

More than 400 middle school football players took a concussion baseline test at Starr's Mill High School on Monday.

The Starr's Mill Feeder Program is making the baseline test a requirement for any football player older than 12.

The state will make it mandatory next year.

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