[Salem]

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Greeting folks and welcome to the Friday night high school football party known as Friday Football Extra. For 17 season, Your Hometown Station has been cranking out the highlights in communities all across southwest and central Virginia, and year in and year out this is one of my favorite nights of the season - rivalry night.
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And we begin with what Salem coach Willis White says is the best rivalry in the world - Pulaski County and Salem. Back in the day when they both were members of the Roanoke Valley district they always managed to give the fans their money's worth. You might get a tight overtime win like Salem got in 1987 or a lopsided blowout like the Cougars posted in 1993. But one thing you always know you're going to get is raw emotionn on both sides of the fence. Roy Stanley has the scoop on tonight's Cougars-Spartans hookup - the battle between the number and two ranked teams in the Super 7.
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[Fleming]


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For the second straight week, Fleming and E.C. Glass were involved in a Roanoke Valley-Western district struggle.
And after getting spanked respectively by George Washington and Pulaski last weekend, both the Colonels and Toppers were anxious to get back on the field.
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[SUPER=51-Roanoke/E.C. Glass vs. Fleming; :00]

The Colonel faithful were cranking it out, as usual tonight as the city decided to play this game at the stadium and not at the River's Edge. Fleming would take a 10-to-7 lead into the third quarter when Richard Barrett tries to go deep. His pass is picked off by John Davis and he brings the rock all the way back to the Fleming 25 yard line. Six plays later and still in the third, Adrian Herndon runs in from the four yard line on a second and goal to put Glass in front 14-to-10. With 4:30 left in the game, Glass would drop back to punt, the East Carolina snapper can't get it to him and Fleming recovers on the Glass 13 yard line. Then on a fourth and six with 3;24 to play in the game, Barrett throws out to the right flat
[SUPER=52-E.C. Glass/14/William Fleming/17;]

and connects with Steve Copney who has to fight his way to the end zone. He stretches and breaks the plane with the ball for the score. Colonels win it 17-to-14.
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[Danville]


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Perhaps no team was affected more by the rainy weather and lightning in the area last week than Franklin County .
The Eagles finally finished up their game with Magna Vista on Tuesday night, giving Franklin County just two days to prepare to battle those always dangerous and speedy Eagles from GW.
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[SUPER=51-Danville/Franklin Co. vs. G.W. Danville;:00]

GW boss Everett Woods would find his team on top 21-to-nothing at halftime. In the third, GW would try to pile on a few more with Demar Fitzgerald pitching back to Kenny Lewis. The second generation speedster goes untouched up the far sideline for the 65 yard score. Lewis had 175 yards and scored 2 TDs. Franklin County would try to get something going in the third as Daniel Bowles hands off to Keith Cooper and the big fullback barrels in from the one. It's now 28-to-7. But GW was the real deal tonight as the reserves also got into the act. Bryon Martin scores on the final play of the game.
[SUPER=52-Franklin Co./13/G.W. Danville/41;]

GW makes a statement tonight with a 41-to-13 win over Franklin County.
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In one other note from this one, Micah Knight dominated the action early with 243 yards and two TDs before leaving the game.




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Still to come tonight, 10 more sets of highlights as Friday Football Extra continues right after this a check on the week three scores and listen to the Lord Botetourt high school marching band. [go to band a] [FFe-Scores]


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[SUPER=64-Bland Co./6/Pocahontas/0;]



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[Cave]


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Welcome back to the show known as Friday Football Extra.
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Salem wasn't the only Blue Ridge district member to play out of district tonight. In southwest Roanoke County Blacksburg came calling on a very special night for the Knights of Cave Spring.
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It was rec night at the stadium as the players and cheerleaders in the Cave Spring recreational foundation got a chance to run on the field in the pregame ceremonies. It was also a big night for the family of the late Dwight Bogle - a recreation league icon in the community. Tonight, the stadium was formally renamed in his honor.
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Once things got started, the Knights would busy late in the first. Jacob Lewis drops back and finds Michael Brammer on the right side of the field and he picks 28 yards and a Cave Spring first down. Later in the drive, on the first play of the second quarter, Brad Miller takes the ball inside the one on the carry. Lewis would sneak it in. It's 7-to-nothing Cave Spring. Late in the second, Blacksburg has a third and 14 from the Knights' 27. Indians quarterback Brett Smith has his pass picked off by Daniel Payne - those new Knights' uniforms must have confused him. Payne would take off on a lengthy return deep into Indian territory - but he is stripped of the ball and Blacksburg gets it back.
[SUPER=52-Blacksburg/6/Cave Spring/14;]

But the Knights get the win, as they stay unbeaten with the 14-to-6 victory.
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[Botetourt]


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The surprise team of early portion of this 2000 season, Staunton River, was in Daleville tonight battling the Lord Botetourt Cavaliers in a game that had the potential to produce a combined 100 points.
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[SUPER=51-Daleville/Staunton River vs. Lord Botetourt; :00]

The near capacity crowd cheered on the Cavs as LB took the field enjoying a 30-to-nothing halftime lead. The Cavs weren't finished as Ford goes back and finds Kevin Lyle wide open. He streaks down the sideline and hauls in the bomb to increase the Botetourt lead to 37-to-nothing and we're still in the third. Ford would keep stroking. This time he connects with Austin Bousman on the right side. He makes the first defender miss, and then several other would be tacklers would follow suit and Bousman benefits from some wicked blocking in route to a 36 yard completion. Ford would go up top from ten yards out and Bousman is the benficiary of the TD play.
[SUPER=52-Staunton River/8/Lord Botetourt/51;]

Botetourt holds up its end of the 100 point plan by scoring 51, but the Golden Eagles only get 8.
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In one other note, Golden Eagles star back Jermaine Moyer was injured early in the second half and sat out the rest of the game with ice on his right knee.

[Liberty]


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Fellow unbeaten, Liberty, also tried to sink its teeth into some traditional Blue Ridge competition tonight in the form of Jim Hickam and the Northside Vikings.
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[SUPER=51-Bedford/Northside vs. Liberty; :00]


Captains from both sides get together for the pre-game coin toss at Liberty's home field..
First quarter action, Liberty has third and goal from Northside's 4- yard line, but Stephen Brawley's pass is pic
ked off by big #55 for the Vikings.. he'll return it back to the 16, snuffing the Minutemen's drive..


Liberty gets the ball back, third and a long 14 and this time Brawley will connect with the speedster Josh Goff.. the diving catch down to Northside's 39..
A few plays later, it's third and goal, the give goes to Chase Andrews, he punches it in from three yards out, Liberty grabs the early lead 7-nothing..
[SUPER=52-Northside/14/Liberty/7;]


Vikings had the answer though, Tommy Morgan will find Jason Naldo over the middle and Naldo does the rest, rumbling 37 yards for the score as Northside wins it 14-to-7.
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[Alleghany]


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The players that made the Covington-Alleghany rivalry over the years like Timmy Pollard, Bryan Hamm, Dwayne Brown, Pooh Twitty, Curtis Hicks and Andy Carroll have been replaced by a lesser known group, but tonight those kids also tried to make a name for themselves in the annual renewal of the "War in the Highlands."
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[SUPER=51-Low Moor/Covington vs. Alleghany;:00]

Down 23-to-6 at halftime - the Cougars would literally call in some air support for the second half. But Alleghany answers with it's heat seeking defense. Midway through the third, a Wesley Hostetter pass goes bad, and Mountie DB - Dwayne Washington is their to get the pick and take it to the big house on a 60 yard return. It's now 30-to-6 Alleghany. The Cougars get it back, but run into more trouble deep in their own land. Jerome Johnson gets a high snap on his own 6, and learns you can run but you can't hide. The safety makes it 32-to-6.

At the 10:42 mark of the fourth quarter, Alleghany's offense does it's thing - "The Road" - CW Clemons takes his big frame in the zone and turns the Cougars into kittens.
[SUPER=52-Covington/6/Alleghany/60;]

Alleghany wins the Emory Brackman Cup with a 60 to 6 win.
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[Byrd]


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The bounce back game was played in Vinton tonight as both William Byrd and Glenvar looked to bounce back from tough losses last Friday night. Byrd to Staunton River and Glenvar to Botetourt.
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[SUPER=51-Vinton/Glenvar vs. William Byrd; :00]

Tonight's contest began at midfield with the opening cointoss which was won by the Terriers. The Highlanders would try to get the first points of the game. From their own 16 Brandon Carroll calls a screen play and finds Dereck Williams open on the near side. He will pick up the first down and then make himself right at home inside your living room. Byrd alum Dennis Brown with the stellar camera work. A couple of plays later from his own 35 - Carroll will let Anthony Hackett rips through the far side of the line and score on a nice race to the line. The Highlanders get the 65 yard touchdown and a 7-to-nothing lead late in the first.
But on the ensuing kickoff Byrd will take care of that tally and more as Jerome Mann proves he is the "Man". He receives the kick on his own 20, cuts to the outside, finds a lane and a few seconds later the the endzone.
[SUPER=52-Glenvar/34/William Byrd/40;]

Byrd would get the two point conversion and the win, as well tonight topping Glenvar 40 to 34.
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More traditional rivalries are on the way tonight as we checkin on the Giles-Narrows, Martinsville-Bassett and Galax-Carroll County battles. But first more scores and more music as check out the Giles Spartans Marching band. [go to band b] [2-FFE]

[SUPER=64-Quantico/7/North Cross/6;]



[SUPER=64-Jefferson Forest/12/Laurel Park/20;]



[SUPER=64-William Campbell/7/Brookville/40;]



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[SUPER=64-Ft. Chiswell/21/Rural Retreat/49;]



[SUPER=64-E.C. Glass/14/William Fleming/17;]



[SUPER=64-Franklin Co./13/G.W. Danville/41;]



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[SUPER=64-Galax/0/Carroll Co./39;]



[SUPER=64-Monticello/12/Amherst Co./27;]



[SUPER=64-Northside/14/Liberty/7;]


[Narrows]


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We are back and still rolling through the traditional Friday Football shootouts.
[GRAPHIC=GILES/NARROWS]

Time to turn out attnetion to the battle for bragging rights in Giles County. The Giles Spartans hooked up with the Narrows Green Wave tonight at Ragsdale Field.
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[SUPER=51-Narrows/Giles vs. Narrows;:00]

The entire county turned out for this one tonight.
The Spartans would add to their first quarter lead when Cooney Ratcliffe scores from three yards out the two point conversion was good to make it 14 to nothing Giles.
Narrows would answer with their only score of the game Richard Hodge fakes the run and throws the halfback pass to Joe Kinzer the Green Waves two point try was no good and the Greenwave trailed 14 to 6.
[SUPER=52-Giles/47/Narrows/6/;]


Then with time running out in the first half the Spartans added another score. Carson Ward takes off on his way to a 55 yard T-D run Giles added the two point conversion and the Spartans win it 47 to 6.
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[Bassett]


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The Martinsville Bulldogs and Bassett Bengals saw their annual showdown get washed out last Friday night, but since both schools had a scheduled off week tonight - they decided to simply postpone their game a week instead a day or two.
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[SUPER=51-Bassett/Martinsville vs. Bassett; :00]

Tonight the Bassett Bengal didn't need a raincoat or an umbrella as conditions were perfect in Henry County. We pick up the action in the second quarter. Bassett's James Toney hands off to Cedrick Watkins for the one yard touchdown run. The Bengals jump on top 6-to-nothing. But the Bulldogs had an answer for their homeboys just down the road. Shawn Wade gives the rock to Maurice Hamilton - and he will take it 21 yards to the house for the score. 7-to-6 after the kick in favor of the Dawgs. Wade would get into the act again as a punt returner as he fields the punt on his own 25 yard line, breaks a few tackles and 75 yards later down the sideline he finds a home in the zone.
[SUPER=52-Martinsville/33/Bassett/6;]

Martinsville beats Bassett 33 to 6.
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[Carroll]


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The Southwest district hooked up with the Mountain Empire tonight, but really this evening's Galax-Carroll County rumble was also all about bragging rights in the county.
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[SUPER=51-Hillsville/Galax vs. Carroll Co.; :00]

The Maroon Tide of Galax made the short trek to Galax to find out just who was tops in the town that produced Frank Beamer. And Carroll County's defense would put the first points on the board as Marcus Bolen picks off the pass and weaves his way all the way through the Maroon Tide "D" for the score. In the second quarter with a 14-to-nothing lead the Cavs' Casey Burcham blasts up the middle, hits a few bumps up the middle, but he hangs in there and 55 yards later he finds his way into the end zone for the TD. It's now 20-to-nothing. Later in the second, Burcham would get the score from the other side as he takes the Galax pass the other direction with the interception. He returns it 78 yards to make it a 28-to-nothing score, and in the process test the strength of these guys. In the second half Carroll County would continue to dominate as Burcham hands of to Anthony Todd. This man will scamper 55 yards on yet another big Cavalier play as the score is pushed to 32-to-nothing.
[SUPER=52-Galax/0/Carroll Co./39;]

The Cavs would put the final nail in the coffin to seal the shutout as Brandon Harner gets into the endzone. And Carroll Conty rolls to the 39-to-nothing win.
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An old friend returns to the area tonight and has a homecoming of sorts in Bath County. That story and a trips to North Cross and Campbell County are coming up as Friday Football Extra continues tonight. But first let's close out the week three scores and get in step with the Carroll County Marching Band. [go to band c] [3-ffe]

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Welcome back folks, it is time to now to make our first trek of the season to the top of Warm Springs mountain and check in on the revamped Bath County
[GRAPHIC=BATH/E. HARDY WV]

Chargers. New head coach Chris Jones has junked the school's trademark single wing offense and come out with some snazzy new uniforms for the 2000 campaign.
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[SUPER=51-Hot Springs/E. Hardy, WV vs. Bath Co.; :00]

Tonight the old would meet the new as former Bath Head Coach Steve Williams, now the head coach at East Hardy, West Virginia crossed the state line to try and derail the Chargers. We pick it up with Bath on top 6-to-nothing. On fourth and goal from the one - East Hardy calls on senior Caleb Breighner to punch it in for the go ahead score. It's 7-to-6. Bath would counter quickly on the next series going to the air with Charger freshman Jacob Phillips connecting with tight end Norman Lindsay on a 32 yard toss in the middle of the field. Five plays later, Bath County's Michael Bush goes off the left side and scores for six more.
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Bath stays perfect with the 44-to-27 win over East Hardy, West Virginia.
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[Brookville]


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A big battle in Campbell County took place tonight as the Generals under new head coach Brad Bradley came up from Naruna to take on the defending division three state champion Bees.
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[SUPER=51-Campbell Co./Wm. Campbell vs. Brookville;:00]


The Bees had a 26- nothing halftime lead and that was music to the ears of the Brookville faithful..
Third quarter action, 2nd and 20 and the pitch goes to the senior Dejon (DEE-jhon) Kennedy.. a little mustard on this hotdog as he picks up 14 big yards..
A few plays later and it's the big fullback Taylor Adams rumbling through the line from two yards out, Bees are rolling 33- nothing.
On their next possession, the ground game is still working.. sophomore Ronta (ron-TAY) Jackson getting a little action, bounces off a few tacklers and into the end zone to make it 40- zip..
[SUPER=52-William Campbell/7/Brookville/40;]


The Generals run and gun misfired all night as the Bees defense swarms... Brookville wins it 40-to-7.
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[North Cross]


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Finally, we head down to the other end of Colonial Avenue here in Roanoke where the North Cross Raiders played their second straight home game. This afternoon Jim Muscaro's troops welcomed Quantico to town.
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[SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Quantico vs. North Cross; :00]

The Raiders believe they have the stuff to make some noise in the VIC this season but today they would find themselves caught in a defensive struggle. And North Cross had the better defense as Jackson Andrews, a ninth grader picks off the pass and makes a nice return. But the drive would come up empty. This one was scoreless until late in the second half when the Raiders got the break they would need as Jerard Anderson fumbles the handoff inside the 10 and the Raiders recover. North Cross would then pound the rock into the end zone as tri-captain
[SUPER=52-Quantico/7/North Cross/6;]

Charlie Glenn slams in off right tackle for the score. But Quantico scores in the closing minutes to win it 7-to-6.
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The new Super 7, the latest poll buster and our newest player of the week are all on the way, but first a reminder -
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[GO TO PINNACLE FFE STREAMING] Friday Football Extra is streaming on the world wide web as we speak. If you miss any of tonight's edition of Friday Football Extra you can check it out any time you like by going to WDBJ7.com and clicking on the revnet. icon. Also, don't forget that past editions of the show from this season are also archived and available for you to download.
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[Super-7]


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Welcome back folks as we get set to unveil the the Super 7 for week number three of the season.
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As you know in the 17 years of this program, we have never penalized a team because it is single A or double A, and youknow that if lose early in the season you are out.
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And four teams that were in the poll last week are now out of the super 7. The new Number one is Pulaski County as a result of the Cougars win over Salem. Giles and PH catapult into the poll, while Cave Spring moves up a little and Bath County and Dan River jump in. Lord Botetourt rounds out the Super 7 at 2-and-Oh.
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[SUPER=66-George Wythe/3-0;]


And the pollbuster tonight is George Wythe. The maroons are 3-and-0. They were in the poll earlier this season for a week.
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Our Friday Football Extra player of the week is from Lord Botetourt.
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Gun slinging Cavalier quarterback Anthony Ford amassed 354 passing yards and 87 rushing yards in The Cavaliers win over Glenvar last Friday. Steve Mason has more on this seniors physical and mental mastery of the run and shoot.
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[SUPER=51-Daleville/September 1; :00]
[SUPER=50-Anthony Ford/2 TD Passes & 3 TDs Rushing; :20]
[SUPER=50-Tony Hart/Lord Botetourt Head Coach; :42]
[SUPER=51-Roanoke/May 6; 1:03]
[SUPER=50-Austin Bousman/153 Yards & 1 TD Receiving; 1:21]
[SUPER=59-Steve Mason; 1:35]
[SUPER=50-Keith Robinson/Lord Botetourt Offensive Coordinator; 1:46]
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((The slogan...built Ford tough is not just limited to trucks when it comes to Lord Botetourt's 5'10" 160 pound Ferrari, although Anthony did cover 441 yards with the power of a four wheel drive vehicle in the Cavaliers 45-6 win over Glenvar last Friday night. ((:)) Ford's football career began thanks to his football coach, but Ironically, Tony Hart was on the basketball bench when he discovered him three years ago. ((TONY HART/LORD BOTETOURT FOOTBALL COACH:)) ((:)) Ford and favorite receiver Austin Bousman served as a ball boys for the Roanoke Steam during their season. Quarterback Will Berch's lightning fast release and even quicker decision making abilities found a home in Ford's mental notebook.

((AUSTIN BOUSMAN:153 YARDS, 1TD RECEIVING FRIDAY:)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:)) ((:)) ((KEITH ROBINSON/BOTETOURT OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR:))
Anthony maintains over a 3.0 grade point average and is well over a thousand on his SAT's. Stats on and off the field he hopes will land him a spot on a college roster next year. Steve Mason Friday Football Extra.))
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. Thanks for watching and have a safe weekend everybody. [go to break]