(WHTM) — Week 2 of Friday Night Football has arrived across Central Pennsylvania. Dozens of Midstate high school football teams are set to take on non-conference opponents in Week 2 action.

Find where your school is playing in the full schedule for Friday, September 2, 2022.

Friday Night games across Central Pennsylvania

Greencastle-Antrim def. Berkeley Springs (WV) – 53-7
Shippensburg def. Big Spring – 35-21
Boiling Springs def. Bermudian Springs – 44-7
Camp Hill def. York Catholic – 20-7
Cedar Cliff def. Mechanicsburg – 16-7
Cedar Crest def. Central Dauphin East – 29-22
Chambersburg def. Northern York 23-16
James Buchanan def. Clear Spring (MD) – 14-6
Solanco def. Cocalico – 21-7
Columbia def. Hanover – 30-7
Cumberland Valley def. Central York – 35-33
Manheim Township def. Dallastown – 40-0
Conestoga Valley def. Daniel Boone – 42-7
Elizabethtown Area def. J.P. McCaskey – 50-21
Ephrata def. Warwick – 29-21
Eastern York def. Fairfield – 24-7
Carlisle def. Governor Mifflin – 48-14
Midd-West def. Halifax 48-14
Manheim Central def. Immaculata (Somerville, NJ) – 44-43 in OT
Selinsgrove def. Juniata – 17-14
Garden Spot def. Lebanon – 46-14
Susquehannock def. Littlestown – 10-7
Lower Dauphin def. Twin Valley – 17-14
New Oxford def. Gettysburg – 28-14
West Perry def. Newport – 55-0
Northeastern @ Red Land – no score reported yet
East Pennsboro def. Palmyra – 27-7
Lampeter-Strasburg def. Penn Manor – 35-0
Red Lion Area def. West York – 45-32
Roman Catholic def. Trinity – 41-14 (game called early due to on-field issue)
South Western def. Dover – 41-13
Spring Grove def. Kennard-Dale – 33-28
Susquenita def. Biglerville – 42-0
Upper Dauphin @ Shenandoah Valley – no reported score yet
Waynesboro def. Hershey – 13-7
Westinghouse def. Steel-High – 39-18
Wilson def. Central Dauphin – 17-10
Hempfield def. York – 35-32
York Suburban def. Donegal – 41-18


Friday Night Football returns for its 26th season on abc27. Started in 1997 by longtime abc27 Sports Director Gregg Mace, FNF was the first of its kind in Central PA.

Back in 2018, the show was expanded to 45 minutes of highlights, analysis and reaction. It remains the longest show in the Midstate highlighting high school football for thirteen weeks of the season.

You can watch abc27 Friday Night Football starting at 11:15 p.m. each Friday night on television, or on the web on our Watch Live page. Sports Director Allie Berube, Nick Petraccione, Jared Phillips and John Repetz break down the best games in the area, bring you closer to the action and give you a comprehensive look at the Mid Penn Conference, Lancaster-Lebanon League and YAIAA each week.