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Game data: Greencastle (2-0) hosts West Perry (0-2) on Friday at 7, looking to keep things rolling after a dominating win last week.

The Blue Devils took care of things on the ground last week, racking up 425 rushing yards in a 31-6 win over Littlestown. Demetrius Burton led the way with 189 yards on 13 carries, and James Hines added 97 yards. Derek Measell totaled 53 yards on seven carries and also added 40 yards on three catches. Quarterback Spencer Meyers was 16 of 23 for 165 yards.

The Mustangs had a rough time against East Pennsboro last week, falling behind 17-0 by halftime in a 44-14 defeat.

Hunter Wilson was the workhorse for West Perry, racking up 136 yards on the ground on 20 carries with a touchdown.

Media: Follow @EdGotwalsPO on Twitter for updates.

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Game data: James Buchanan (0-2) will hit the road to face Camp Hill (2-0) Friday at 7 to try and turn around a rough start to the season.

The Rockets couldn't get much going at all last week, scoring just once in a 34-6 loss to Fairfield. Their lone score came on a 70-yard pass from Remi Spoonhour to Clay Ziemba. Seth Carbaugh has been a lone bright spot for the JB offense this season. He has 177 yards on 33 carries, which is a 5.36 yards-per-carry average.

The Lions have dominated their two opponents so far this season, outscoring them by a combined score of 112-13.

Last week, Camp Hill scored all of its points in the first half in a 56-13 win over Halifax. Bill Williams had a standout day, finishing with 13 carries for 287 yards and six touchdowns.

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Game data: Waynesboro (2-0) will travel to Gettysburg (1-1) Friday at 7, looking to build off a gritty win last week.

The Indians didn't play their best game last week, but they made enough plays when it mattered most in a 14-13 win over Biglerville. They rushed for 180 yards behind 72 from Jake Wertz and 61 from Matt Peck, and their defense allowed just 23 rushing yards on 45 Biglerville carries. Peck also played some quarterback in the wildcat formation for Waynesboro and led the team to what turned out to be the game-winning scoring drive.

The Warriors came from behind for a 21-14 win over New Oxford last week, despite just 171 yards of offense. Edny Celius led the team with 81 yards and a touchdown, and Tyler Wilt had 63 yards and two touchdowns. Gettysburg could play into the hands of a strong Waynesboro run defense, though, as it had just nine yards through the air last week.

Media: Follow @liziarbogast on Twitter for updates.

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