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F-F football capsules: What to expect in Week 2

Greencastle-Antrim at Milton Hershey

Game data: Greencastle-Antrim at Milton Hershey ... Saturday, 1:30 p.m. at Henry Hershey Stadium .... Non-league game.

Notes: Both Greencastle and Milton Hershey suffered losses in their season openers, and both struggled to get their offense moving.

The Blue Devils finished with just 177 total yards of offense, while Milton Hershey mustered just 176. Greencastle was led by Demetrius Burton, who finished with 54 rushing yards, but he will be out of action this week. Quarterback Cade McDowell rushed for 41 yards on six carries, and Caleb Schaeffer contributed 32 rushing yards.

Greencastle's defense will need to be on the look out for Keonte Lucas, Milton Hershey's quarterback, who gained 70 yards on 13 carries and finished 7-for-16 for 64 yards.

Media: Livestream will be available on and 

P.O. pick: Spartans by 3.

Fairfield at James Buchanan

Game data: Fairfield at James Buchanan ... Friday, 7 p.m., at Rocket Stadium ... Non-league game.

Notes: Fans of this game should expect another offensive outpouring. Fairfield scored 47 points in its season-opening victory over St. Joseph's Catholic, while James Buchanan managed 36 points in a loss to Hanover. 

Last week, the Green Knights put up all 47 of their points before having one scored against them. Running back Charlie Burnett had a breakout game as a sophomore, finishing with four touchdowns. But like JB, Fairfield has a small roster with just 33 players.

The Rockets did some damage in Week 1, scoring three fourth-quarter touchdowns. Cormac Houpt led JB's successful running game with 192 yards on just 10 carries, while Colby Bradshaw contributed 50 yards on five carries.

Media: Follow @NoahShatzer on Twitter for updates from the game.

P.O. pick: Fairfield by 12.

Waynesboro at Lancaster Catholic

Game data: Waynesboro at Lancaster Catholic ... Friday, 7 p.m. at Rossmere Stadium ... Non-league game.

Notes: The Indians and the Crusaders both scored 14 points in season-opening losses, but both teams had a few offensive standouts.

Defensively, Waynesboro will need to prepare for mobile quarterback Bryan Downey, who had 21 of Lancaster Catholic's 29 carries in Week 1. He finished with 80 rushing yards and threw for 118 more. His top target was freshman Andrew Mikos, who caught five balls totaling 75 yards.

For the Indians, Cameron Keck needed just four catches to total 105 receiving yards, and Brady Beckner matched him on the ground with 104 yards on nine carries. Jimi Hoffman was a standout defensively, racking up 11 tackles in Week 1. 

Media: Be sure to check out on Snapchat, where Waynesboro wide receiver Cameron Keck will host a Week 2 takeover on Friday. 

P.O. pick: 'Boro by 14.