[Franklin]

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Good evening folks and welcome to the 7th week of high school football action here on Friday Football Extra. Before we sign off tonight we will bring you the highlights of 13 games from Wythe County to Pittsylvania County.
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The Big Chill is forecast for the weekend, but it got frosty in Rocky Mount this evening a few hours before the cold front made its way through the area. The unbeaten Pulaski County Cougars, who have played a murderous scheduled to this point rolled into Cy Dillon Stadium this evening for their 5th road game of the year.
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[SUPER=51-Rocky Mount/Pulaski Co. vs. Franklin Co.]

The Eagles celebrate senior night as brothers Chris and Jason Rizzuto present their parents with flowers and a kiss before the kickoff. But the action was all Cougars. On their first possession from their own 35, Alan Wheeling hands off to Frank Cobbs - who goes right up the middle. He's got nothing but daylight and green grass in front of him. 7-to-0 on the 65 yard TD dash. With four minutes left in the first, from the Eagles' 7, Wheeling drops back and lobs one to a wide open Jeff King. It's now 14-to-nothing. Pulaski would score again before Franklin County would get on the board in the second quarter. Daniel Bowles finds Devon Taylor open on the right side. The 28 yard play makes it 14-to-6 after the blocked extra point. Still in the second, the Cougars have the ball on the three. Wheeling gives it to Josh Calfee. He fights over the line to make it 28-to-6 Pulaski. Late in the third, the Cougars from their own 37 let Cobbs do his thing. He takes off on the trap play and bounces into the open. No one in the stadium can catch him. It's a 68 yard touchdown dash and the Cougars are now in front 42-to-6. Late in the fourth quarter, the Eagles would get pushed back to their 2 yard line. Bill Farlow gets in and blocks the punt.
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Greg Cobbs covers it up in the endzone for the score. Pulaski County rolls to the easy 56-to-6 RVD win.
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[SUPER=50-Frank Cobbs/276 Yards Rushing; :12]
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[OUT Q=...FLEMING AT HOME."]
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[Botetourt]


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Time now to head to Daleville for what many folks considered the most intriguing game of the night - Salem versus Lord Botetourt. Last year the Cavs run and shoot offense shot itself to pieces losing to Salem at the Stadium 62-to-nothing. But this season - Salem hasn't exactly been the Salem of old, and remember what Cave Spring's Jacob Lewis did to the Spartans' secondary on September 22nd.
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[SUPER=51-Daleville/Salem vs. Lord Botetourt; :00]

Lewis threw for a school record - could the versatile Anthony Ford do the same tonight? These shirtless fans thought so. With the score tied at 7-all late in the third, Salem is in need of a huge play. And they will get one as Rico Jordan takes the pitch on 3rd and 8 from the 22. He breaks free up the left sideline to the Botetourt 28 yard line. But the Salem drive would come up empty. Early in the fourth, Salem would get another chance. The Cavs have the ball on their own 42. Anthony Ford tries to hit the quick slant, but it's picked off by Kevin Schwizer at midfield. But Salem could not cash in. Late in the game with the score still tied at 7-all, the Cavs will make their final move. On a second and 8 from the Salem 30, Ford out of the shotgun keeps up the middle for a first down inside the 20 yard line. That would set up the eventual game winner. Jared White had missed two field goals earlier in the game but with 1:02 to play - he nails the 35 yard kick.
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Lord Botetourt avenges last year's 63-to-nothing embarrassment with a three point win - Salem's third loss of the season.
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This is the first time Salem has lost a Blue Ridge district game since 1997.



[Byrd]


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The most impressive team in the first half of the season as far as the Blue Ridge district is concerned, has been Northside. Tonight the Vikings looked to remain prefect in district play and stay on a collision course with Salem. This evening the Vikes were in Vinton taking on the reeling Terriers.
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[SUPER=51-Vinton/Northside vs. William Byrd; :00]

A large number of Roanoke County residents invaded Bob Patterson stadium for this one tonight. With 5:37 left in the first quarter Northside will turn the game over to superstar Tommy Morgan. He fields the punt and runs all over the place - eventually across the goal line and into the endzone. Morgan makes a mockery of the coverage and gets some good blocking as well to put Northside on top 7-to-0. Late in the second, again on the move, Morgan will pitch on the option to Cory Keeling - who scores from the six. It's now 14-to-6 and the rout may be on. Byrd would look for the rally on the ensuing kickoff as Kenny Bowen takes it on his 20, rockets through a hole on the right side and sets the plate for the Terriers' offense in Northside territory. But the Vikings' "D" would shut them down. The Terriers got one more shot at the endzone before halftime. From the Vikings' 37 - T.J. Rigsby passes to Cory Bush for a 21 yard gain down to the 16 yard line.
[SUPER=52-Northside/21/William Byrd/0;]

But Northside's defense would again stand tall as the Vikings win it tonight 21 to 0.
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[Blacksburg]


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The quiet member of the Blue Ridge upper echelon of teams, the Alleghany Mountaineers, came into tonight hoping to stay unbeaten in district play. The Mounties whipped both Christiansburg and Rockbridge the past two weeks.
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[SUPER=51-Blacksburg/Alleghany vs. Blacksburg; :00]

Tonight, the Mounties took on Blacksburg - a team that almost had Salem's number last Friday. The Indians led 17-to-nothing at halftime and then watched Alleghany fill the air with footballsDwayne Washington hooks up with Terrell Givens on the 66 yard touchdown completion that would begin a second half track meet. Blacksburg comes back with an 8 play drive. Brett Smith completes it from seven yards out with the run. It's now 24-to-7 Blacksburg. Alleghany would score once again and cut the lead to 10. But Blacksburg was up to the challenge as Smith scores again from the four. The Indians expand the advantage to 31-to-14. Alleghany would make another dent in the score.
[SUPER=52-Alleghany/21/Blacksburg/31;]

CW Clemmons caps a five play drive. But it's not enough as the Indians get the 31-to-21 win.
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Plenty of highlights are still on the way tonight, including a check on another of the unbeatens - Rustburg and we'll see if Liberty was able to win the Bedford County belts tonight. But first your scores from week 8 and the sounds of the Franklin County Eagles marching band. [go to band a] [FFe-Scores]


[SUPER=64-Hargrave Military/34/Va. Episcopal/7;]



[SUPER=64-Martinsville/30/Laurel Park/0;]



[SUPER=64-Fuqua/Sat./North Cross/1:30;]



[SUPER=64-Gretna/32/Chatham/6;]



[SUPER=64-P.H. Glade Spring/13/George Wythe/20;]



[SUPER=64-Magna Vista/53/Patrick Co./21;]



[SUPER=64-Riverheads/48/Bath Co./22;]



[SUPER=64-Covington/21/James River/0;]



[SUPER=64-Albemarle/14/G.W. Danville/17;]



[SUPER=64-Amherst Co./0/Rustburg/13;]



[SUPER=64-Dan River/29/F. Collinsville/22;]



[SUPER=64-Christiansburg/14/Rockbridge Co./35;]



[SUPER=64-Liberty/28/Staunton River/7;]



[SUPER=64-Alleghany/21/Blacksburg/31;]



[SUPER=64-J.J. Kelly/50/Ervinton/6;]



[SUPER=64-Rke. Catholic/0/Huguenot/37;]



[SUPER=64-Rural Retreat/28/Chilhowie/0;]



[SUPER=64-Heritage/21/Jefferson Forest/14;]



[SUPER=64-Galax/6/Floyd Co./21;]



[SUPER=64-Clintwood/19/Richlands/32;]



[SUPER=64-Pulaski Co./56/Franklin Co./6;]



[SUPER=64-Salem/7/Lord Botetourt/10;]



[SUPER=64-Radford /30/Giles/29;]



[SUPER=64-Northside/21/William Byrd/0;]



[SUPER=64-Narrows/12/Bland Co./34;]



[SUPER=64-Abingdon/14/Carroll Co./34;]



[SUPER=64-Twin Springs/6/Holston/32;]



[SUPER=64-Halifax Co./14/E.C. Glass/0;]



[SUPER=64-William Campbell/41/Nelson County/19;]



[SUPER=64-Auburn/41/E. Montgomery/0;]



[Rustburg]


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Welcome back everybody as Friday Football Extra continues its 17th season with a trip to the home of traditional power Rustburg.
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The Red Devils came into tonight with a perfect 5 and 0 record, knowing that they would get a real Seminole test from Amherst County.
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[SUPER=51-Rustburg/Amherst Co. vs. Rustburg; :00]

The Red Devils not only wanted to stay perfect tonight but they wanted to make this a pleasant homecoming. As expected the defenses dominated this game. Late in the first quarter with Rustburg on the move Tony Jefferson takes the pitch, but he is thrown down for a four yard loss by Timmy Sandidge. Amherst would try to move with Kionne Dixon taking the ball on the sweep, but he to is swept off of his feed as Chris Thompson throws him for a five yard loss. Late in the second quarter - Rustburg would attempt to move the ball again. But Derrick Crabtree fumbles the exchange and Amherst recovers at midfield.
[SUPER=52-Amherst Co./0/Rustburg/13;]


Rustburg finally is able to prevail and stay unbeaten with the 13-to-nothing win.
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[Staunton]


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Liberty, one of the other Seminole heavyweights this season will get Rustburg next Friday night, but this evening - the Minutemen were in Moneta looking to win the Bedford County championship outright. Roy Staney the details of tonight's Staunton River-Liberty battle.
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[SUPER=52-Liberty/28/Staunton River/7; 1:51]
[SUPER=50-Scott Abell/Liberty Head Coach; 2:04]
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One of the kings of the Piedmont district at this stage of the season, the Magna Vista Warriors - took their show on the road tonight and rolled into Stuart to battle the 3-and-2 Patrick County Cougars.
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[SUPER=51-Stuart/Magna Vista vs. Patrick Co.; :00]

The Cougars were hoping to stay in the Piedmont title chase as they came in with just one setback in the district. But the Warriors came to fight and with the score 14-to-nothing after two John Lieteau TDs, Brandon Via would carry this one almost the entire way, only to fumble the ball and have his teammate Dave Santoemma fall on it in the endzone. It's 20-to-nothing. After picking off a Cougar pass, Deon Moore will give the Warriors even more to cheer about as he adds another tally from 14 yards out. The score is now 27-to-nothing. The Magna Vista defense would continue to cause all kinds of problems for the Cougars as Louis Taylor picks off the pass and takes it to the house on the 20 yard return.
[SUPER=52-Magna Vista/53/Patrick Co./21;]

The Warriors are the real deal folks, and next week we'll find out just how real when they host Tunstall. Tonight they roll to the 53 to 21 win.
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When we return - we will head to southwest Virginia and check in at Rural Retreat, George Wythe and Giles. But first more scores from week 8 and the sounds of the Staunton River Golden Eagles marching band. [go to band a] [2ffe]


[SUPER=64-Dan River/29/F. Collinsville/22;]



[SUPER=64-Christiansburg/14/Rockbridge Co./35;]



[SUPER=64-Liberty/28/Staunton River/7;]



[SUPER=64-Alleghany/21/Blacksburg/31;]



[SUPER=64-J.J. Kelly/50/Ervinton/6;]



[SUPER=64-Rke. Catholic/0/Huguenot/37;]



[SUPER=64-Rural Retreat/28/Chilhowie/0;]



[SUPER=64-Heritage/21/Jefferson Forest/14;]



[SUPER=64-Galax/6/Floyd Co./21;]



[SUPER=64-Clintwood/19/Richlands/32;]



[SUPER=64-Pulaski Co./56/Franklin Co./6;]


[George]


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The Friday Football Extra week seven road tour now rolls into Wythe County.
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Two 4-and-1 teams, the Rebels of Patrick Henry Glade Spring and the George Wythe Maroons hooked up at Pendleton Field tonight looking to keep pace with Northwood in the Hogoheegee district.
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[SUPER=51-Wytheville/P.H. Glade Spring vs. George Wythe; :00]

It was a cold night in Wytheville - but in the second half the action was anything but as GW had a 10-to-7 lead heading to the third quarter. The Rebels hand the Maroons a two point gift early in the second half as this snap sails over the head of punter Daniel Preston and out of the endzone for the safety. It's 12-to-7. PH Glade Spring would hang in this one though, and in the fourth quarter the Rebels would take the lead on a Chris Barnes TD run. It's now a 13-to-12 game in favor of PH. However, on their next drive, the Maroons' Charlie Clark would hook up with Jeremy Hagee on this 34 yard pass play. It moves the ball all the way down to the 12 yard line.
[SUPER=52-PH Glade Spring/13/George Wythe/20;]

On the very next play, Robert Barcliff will carry the mail into the endzone to make it a 20-to-13 lead late in the fourth. That turns out to be the game winner as George Wythe wins it by that count.
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[R.Retreat]


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A little farther west in Wythe County, the Rural Retreat Indians looked to move back up to the 500 mark on the season as Dean Rhea's club welcomed Chilhowie to the reservation.
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[SUPER=51-Rural Retreat/Chilhowie vs. Rural Retreat; :00]

The Warriors burst onto the scene tonight full of emotion hoping to spoil Homecoming 2000 for Rural Retreat. But the Indians would go to ground early to silence those notions as James Smith breaks u the middle and down the right sideline. He will eventually pick up 40 yards before he's stopped. Two plays later, Landon Fielder will hit Will Pickett on an 18 yard touchdown pass as the Indians take a 7-to-nothing lead on Chilhowie. The Indians would mount another successful drive late in the second quarter as Fielder rockets this pass to Craig Maxey. He will cary the rock down to the 10 yard line. Two plays later Fielder will keep and take it in for the score on the option. Now the score is 14-to-nothing.
[SUPER=52-Chilhowie/0/Rural Retreat/28;]

The Indians go on to win it tonight by the count of 28-to-nothing.
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[Giles]


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The Giles Spartans have been the only team in the area to keep pace with Pulaski. The Spartans have yet to have an off-week - so tonight they looked to move to 7-and-0 as longtime rival Radford came calling in Pearisburg.
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[SUPER=51-Pearisburg/Radford vs. Giles; :00]

Tickets were selling like hotcakes for this tonight and the home fans would get a little more than an eyeful in the first half. Giles opens up the homecoming night on the fifth play of the game Carson Ward will blast up the middle, past the Bobcat defenders and into the endzone for the 43 yard touchdown. But the Bobcats would surprise more than a few folks by answering right back. Jason Dunbar gets the final five for the score and it's 7-to-6 Giles after the missed extra point. The Radford special teams then took care of business on their own. They get the blocked punt. Remember Frank Beamer used to be an assistant at Radford high in the early 70's. Three plays later, quarterback Robert Frye connects with Preston Simms for the five yard touchdown and it's 14-to-7 Radford after the conversion. Things would get even worse for Giles before halftime as Justin Williams
[SUPER=52-Radford/30/Giles/29;]

has to be taken off the field and to the hospital with a concussion. Radford beats Giles 30 to 29.
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The end of the week eight highlights are on the way. We'll head to Lynchburg, Danville and Chatham and give away a couple of Tech tickets to the West Virginia game. Right after we close out the scoreboard and listen to the Patrick County marching band from Stuart. [go to band c] [3-ffe]

[SUPER=64-Salem/7/Lord Botetourt/10;]



[SUPER=64-Radford /30/Giles/29;]



[SUPER=64-Northside/21/William Byrd/0;]



[SUPER=64-Narrows/12/Bland Co./34;]



[SUPER=64-Abingdon/14/Carroll Co./34;]



[SUPER=64-Twin Springs/6/Holston/32;]



[SUPER=64-Halifax Co./14/E.C. Glass/0;]



[SUPER=64-William Campbell/41/Nelson County/19;]



[SUPER=64-Auburn/41/E. Montgomery/0;]


[Glass]


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The Friday Football world tour now dips down into central Virginia to City Stadium in Lynchburg
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for tonight's Western district matchup between the EC Glass Hilltoppers and the Halifax County Comets - two teams that were glad to see each other after taking it on the chin by members of the Roanoke Valley District.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=51-Lynchburg/Halifax Co. vs. E.C. Glass; :00]

We pick this one up scoreless as we get set to open the third quarter. Halifax takes its first possession of the second half and Casey Spencer takes it down the right sideline on the second play of the half. It's a 45 yard gallop and suddenly it's 7-to-nothing Comets on top. Midway in the third, the Toppers' L.B. Cabell will try to pass over the middle, but the ball is tipped up in to the air and right to Steve Gregory - who gets the pick. Halifax takes over on its own 38. A few plays later, Halifax would attempt a field goal, but the snap goes way over the kicker's head. Glass takes over at midfield on the miscue.
[super=52-Halifax Co./14/E.C. Glass/0;]

Glass would try to comeback and tie things as Cabell again passes. But Lavar Davis can't quite get to the long bomb and Halifax wins it 14 to nothing.
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[Danville]


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Last night two former football greats at George Washington high school in Danville - Chanston Rogers and Nathan Poole found themselves in the starting lineup for Marshall University. Tonight, the GW Eagles found themselves at home taking on the Albemarle Patriots.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=51-Danville/Albemarle vs. G.W. Danville; :00]


The former mayor of Danville Ruby Archie was enjoying the game tonight.
In the third quarter, G.W. is up 14 to nothing following the half. Albemarle has the ball. Zach Drozda hands the ball off to Roger Brown for the one yard touchdown. To make it 14 to 7 with GW still on top.
In the fourth, G-W's Berkley Furgurson hits the 29 yard field goal to make it 17 to 7 Eagles.
Later in the quarter, Albemarle has the ball, Drozda throws the ball hoping to hit David Powell in the endzone, but he's picked off by Donald Lyons to stop the Patriot threat.
[SUPER=52-Albemarle/14/G.W. Danville/17;]

On thier next possesion Drozda hits Ryan Pehanick for the nine yard TD to get within three. But GW holds on to win it tonight 17-to-14.
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[Chatham]


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Finally, we wrap up the week seven highlights in the Dogwood district in Chatham where the Cavaliers entertained fellow Pittsylvania County residents - the Gretna Hawks. These guys are serious next door neighbors and in fact Gretna coach Robert Prunty was once a student at Chatham.
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[SUPER=51-Chatham/Gretna vs. Chatham; :00]

The Chatham Cavaliers' Cheerleaders were doing their best to put a little excitement into the night. In the first quarter, Gretna's Antony Hunt - former player at Chatham - hands off to Marion Moon. He tries to go up the middle, but he decides to cut to the outside and he will take it 35 yards to the house for the score. It's 8-to-nothing Hawks. In the second quarter, Hunt will call his own number this time. He will take it from two yards out to cap off another drive and the score it now 16-to-nothing. Late in the second quarter, Chatham would try to make something work. The Cavs go for it on fourth and inches. Marc White keeps and scores. It's now
[SUPER=52-Gretna/32/Chatham/6;]

16-to-6 Gretna. The Hawks go on to win this Dogwood battle 32 to 6.
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[Contest]


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Tech tickets are an extremely tough item to get this season. Every home game is sold out, but Your Hometown Station is your ticket to get in the game. Last Friday night we gave away two tickets to tomorrow afternoon's homecoming contest with Temple, now here's a look at the lucky person who is headed to the West Virginia game next Thursday night.
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[Super-7]


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Welcome back everybody as we get set to unveil the Super 7 for week number 7.
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Last week all seven teams and the pollbuster remained the same in the poll.
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Pulaski County, Patrick Henry, Cave Spring and Rustburg all remain unbeaten and in the top of the poll. As a result of the losses tonight by Giles and Bath County - Northside moves up and Liberty and Magna Vista move in.


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[SUPER=66-George Wythe/5-1;]


And the pollbuster tonight in George Wythe. The Maroons beat PH Glade Spring to improve to 5-and-1 and 3 and 0 in the Hogoheegee.
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This weeks Friday Football Extra player of the week has overcome problems that would have probably sidelined many teenage football players.
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But the experiences have made Alleghany Mountaineer Terrell Givens a better student athlete. Roy Stanley has the story of this week's Player of the Week.
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[SUPER=51-Rockbridge Co./September 29th; :58]
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((Givens first suited up in the Mountaineer colors as a freshman.
But discipline problems overshadowed his ability in the class room and on the football field.)) ((MARK KEITH/ALLEGHANY HEAD COACH:)) ((ROY STANDUP:)) ((TERRELL GIVENS/PLAYER OF THE WEEK:)) ((That maturity has made a big difference in the class room and on the field. And Givens has earned the respect of his teammates and coaches.
And last week against district rival Rockbridge County Givens, who leads by example, carried the ball 18 times for 314 yards and 4 touchdowns.)) ((GIVENS:)) ((KEITH:)) ((Givens overcame that rough freshman season by putting together back to back thousand yard seasons and he's on course for his third year to go over a thousand yards rushing.
Roy Stanley Friday Football Extra.))
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Thanks Roy! The football party is just beginning here on WDBJ-7 this weekend.
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[wipe to pinnacle college] Tomorrow at Noon - the brawl for it all in the sunshine state takes center stage as Miami hosts Florida State in the orange bowl. The game comes your way right here on WDBJ-7. Right after that check out Auburn and Mississippi State at three.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE NFL] Then Sunday, it's an NFL double dip with the Bills and Dolphins taking the field right after the NFL Today. The second game of the doubleheader has Seattle battle the Panthers at Ericsson stadium.
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As always, thanks for giving up a part of your weekend for all of us here at Friday Football Extra. We'll be back bext Friday night for week 8. Have a safe weekend everybody. [go to break]