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High School Friday Night Scores - Week 2

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Week two of the high school football season had no shortage of interesting matchups on Friday night. Week two of the high school football season had no shortage of interesting matchups on Friday night.
HSFYORK46B. SPRINGS45Final
HSFMANN26BLUE RIDGE55Final
HSFNINETY SIX17BROOME21Final
HSFWOODRUFF49BYRNES82Final
HSFSOUTHSIDE21CAROLINA0Final
HSFEASTSIDE7CCES31Final
HSFNEWBERRY40CLINTON28Final
HSFGREENVILLE28DANIEL36Final
HSFR.S.-MONETTA24DIXIE0Final
HSFHENDERSONVILLE23E. HENDERSON6Final
HSFSENECA7EASLEY6Final
HSFABBEVILLE6FAIRFIELD CTL.21Final
HSFUNION CO.14GAFFNEY27Final
HSFDORMAN21GREENWOOD7Final
HSFRIVERSIDE3GREER42Final
HSFWREN24HANNA21Final
HSFWHITMIRE20N. CENTRAL41Final
HSFSWAIN CO.35N. HENDERSON20Final
HSFCRESCENT40PALMETTO12Final
HSFWEST-OAK0PENDLETON37Final
HSFLIBERTY8PICKENS42Final
HSFR-S CENTRAL42POLK CO.33Final
HSFBEREA28POWDERSVILLE45Final
HSFLAURENS12SHS19Final
HSFSCS0SILVER BLUFF34Final
HSFRIVER BLUFF12ST. JOSEPH36Final
HSFCHAPMAN35T. REST7Final
HSFHILLCREST41W. HAMPTON6Final
HSFLANDRUM49WALHALLA34Final
HSFBHP24WESTSIDE6Final
HSFMAULDIN58WOODMONT0Final
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