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Game data: Greencastle (1-0) hosts Littlestown (0-1) Friday at 7, looking to build off an exciting win last week against Chambersburg.

The Blue Devils got off to a slow start last week with just seven points in the first half, but they responded with 25 points after the break in a 32-29 overtime win. Quarterback Spencer Meyers led the offense, finishing 12-for-21 with 200 yards and three touchdowns. Derek Measell added six carries for 55 yards and a pair of catches. Kicker Austyn Smith nailed a 17-yard field goal to win the game.

Littlestown had a rough opening week, suffering a 35-0 defeat at the hands of Boiling Springs. The Thunderbolts managed just 100 yards of offense and turned the ball over four times

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Game data: James Buchanan (0-1) is hoping to put last week's ugly loss in the rear view mirror when it visits Fairfield (0-1) Friday at 7.

Last week, the Rockets, who were without starting quarterback Dillon Sanders, struggled on offense. They turned the ball over five times and totaled just 136 yards of total offense. Seth Carbaugh led the way with 21 carries for 117 yards.

Fairfield also had an ugly opener last week, taking a 42-0 loss at the hands of Newport. Even worse, the game was called with 4:35 still left in the second quarter because of lightning.

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Game data: Waynesboro (1-0) hits the road Friday, looking to keep rolling against Biglerville (0-1) at 7.

The Indians are coming off an impressive offensive performance in which they totaled 447 yards in a 60-28 win over Kennard-Dale. First-year quarterback Brady Riddell had a solid opener, going 11-for-25 with 279 yards and two touchdowns, and receiver Charlie Patterson was the main beneficiary, catching five balls for 189 yards and two scores. Defensively, Waynesboro will have to improve. It gave up 323 total yards to the Rams last week.

Biglerville is coming off a 39-36 double-overtime loss to Annville-Cleona last week. The Canners racked up 353 total yards, led by Dayne Showers, who carried the ball 16 times for 116 yards. The Biglerville defense allowed just four passing yards, but gave up 270 on the ground.

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