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Good evening folks and welcome to the playoff edition of Friday Football Extra. It is regional semi-final night, and it also is down right chilly for the first time this season. Get comfortable, get warm and get set for 13 games in the next 30 minutes as we tour this part of the state rolling from Marion to Hot Springs to Danville.
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We are going to begin in the division one ranks and work our way through the respective classifications tonight. First up in this evening's Region C division one battle between perennial playoff participant Bath County and new kid on the block Eastern Montgomery.
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Hot Springs was hardly that tonight, but the Chargers had little trouble getting warm for the post season as they charged out on to their Stadium field.
The scoreboard lights warmed up quickly as well. On their fourth play of their opening drive, the Chargers Alex Shaver busts through the left side of the line and is gonna score a minute and a half into the game. Bath goes for two and gets it.
After another Shaver TD run, bath goes up by three touchdowns when Michael Bush spins off a would be tackler and then cuts back across the field for a 26 yard TD sprint. A third two point conversion follows and it's 24-nothing Chargers with four minutes to play in the opening quarter.
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Bush made it made it 32-nothing with 5:55 left in the half on this seven yarder. He accounted for 26 points on the night.
The Mustangs answer. David Showalter gives to Josh Smith on the reverse, but Smith is gonna pass to Brennan Stewart for the TD, but Bath led 40 to 6 at the half and advances with the 53-14 win over Eastern Montgomery.
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[Retreat]


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The other Region C, division one semi-final tonight was quite a bit more than stone's throw from Bath County. In western Wythe County tonight the Rural Retreat Indians welcomed Northwood to Dean Rhea's recreational paradise.
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[SUPER=51-Rural Retreat/Northwood vs. Rural Retreat; :00]

Coach Rhea was giving his boys few pointer as they opened the third with a 12-to-6 lead. The Indians' Craig Maxey will set the offense back in motion as he takes the pass from Landon Fielder. He will make the catch over the middle, hit the right side and pick up 40 yards on the play. A few plays later, James Smith takes the handoff and blasts right up the middle and into the house for the 15 yard score. The Indians are no on top 20-to-6 after the two point conversion. The Indians would just keep cooking as Chris Bralley scoots around the left side and in for another TD.
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Rural Retreat opens the postseason with a bang, blasting Northwood 41 to 6.
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[Giles]


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The Division Two, region C semi-finals, as always featured the Giles Spartans. Tonight in Pearisburg Steve Ragsdale's Spartans hosted Grayson County.
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The Spartans seemed oblivious to the wicked temperatures tonight. Late in the first, Cooney Ratcliffe will pass out of the single wing and connect with number 87 Scott Stafford. The play picks up 35 yards and moves the ball to the Grayson 20 yard line. Ratcliffe will finish off the drive as he scores from 20 yards away going right up the middle. The Spartans take a 13-to-6 lead in the first quarter. Later in the first half after a Grayson fumble, Carson Ward carries it down the right side for a 25 yard score.
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Giles whips Grayson County tonight 36 to 21 and moves on to the regional finals.
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[George]


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The other division two, region c game tonight between Radford and George Wythe looked a like a defensive struggle on paper. It looked the same on videotape.
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The hawk definitely landed in Wythe County tonight as the temperatures went down with offense. GW tries to answer the hawk with the bear - Grizzly Parks - but all he finds is a Bobcat in his path. Sean Plott cuts him down as the Hawk, bear and bobcat meet in a play that only Jack Hanna could appreciate. Late in the first, Radford's Jason Dunbar finds out how angry the defensive guys are on the other side as the Maroons drive him back into the turf. The two would exchange tackles, punts and empty offensive experiences. Robert Frye and Brandon Slimp pick up good yardage but it took
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a field goal with one second left to give Radford the 3 to nothing win.
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When we come back after a very short break we will turn our attention to tonight's four division four regional semi-finals. Road trips to Marion and Magna Vista compliment two short trek in the Roanoke Valley. But first, let's check out the Eastern Montgomery band on a chilly night in not-so Hot Springs. [GO TO BAND A]
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[Northside]


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The other region three, division four game was also an all-Blue Ridge district affair. Regular season district heavyweight Northside tried to keep its dream season alive and kicking against a Blacksburg team that needed the points from a Cave Spring forfeit to slide in the postseason with its 5 and 5 record.
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The Vikings tuba section was catching its wind after the halftime show hoping the player were doing the same as Northside trailed 10-to-7 heading into the third quarter. The Vikes Tommy Morgan airs the ball out to open the third, but it is picked off by the Indians Scott Sterett. The Indians get the ball back into Northside territory on the return. The score would stay the same heading to the fourth when Blacksburg was in control at the 50. But the exchange is fumbled and the Vikings recover the ball and and the momentum. Morgan from midfield, takes the snap, rolls right, fakes the option, keeps the ball and he will take it 53 yards using all of his many talents to run the Vikings into the lead. It's now 14-to-10 Vikings one play into the fourth quarter.
The Vikings would get the ball back after an interception and thsi time they convert with John Armstrong carrying the mail around the right side for the 12 yard score. Northside takes a 20-to-nothing lead.
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Blacksburg had one more shot with this hail mary pass. But Morgan gets the interception and Northside gets the win 20-to-10.
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[Botetourt]


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It's not too often that Salem finds itself traveling on the opening night of the playoffs, but tonight the Spartans were glad to make the short trip to Daleville as they looked to get a measure of payback against the Lord Botetourt Cavaliers.
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Norm Bryant was in the house tonight displaying some of his art, but it was Salem that was working on its craft. Just 58 seconds into the game on Salem's second play from scrimmage, Roger Waddell, who has come on string the last three weeks, keeps working it tonight as he goes 71 yards, virtually untouchded to give the Spartans as many points as they scored in their regular season setback to the Cavs. Botetourt goes to an option pass on its first possession as Ford pitches it to Kevin Lyle, who in turn fires the pass to Austin Bousman. He makes the catch motors all the way to the Salem 23, but he's stripped of the ball and Salem recovers. And Botetourt never recovered from that, or the fact that Ford had to leave the game late in the first with a back injury. He tried to come back, but just couldn't do it. Salem would get another Waddell TD and a Nick Schmitt field goal to go up 17-to-nothing. Manuel Lewis then made it 24-to-nothing with 4:47 left in the half. With 20 seconds left in the half Schmitt would add his second field goal to the tally as he scores from 37 yards out. It's 27-to-nothing at halftime. The second half was no better for the Cavs, as Salem scored 14 more. Brooks Andrews gets the final TD of the night.
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It's the postseason, so naturally Salem is again playing well, winning it tonight 41-to-nothing.
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The powerful Magna Vista Warriors looked to flew their muscles tonight as the Piedmont district champs opened play in the Region Four Division Four semi-finals against Tunstall.
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The cold weather may have kept a few folks away in Ridgeway tonight for this rematch of a regular season showdown. Magna Vista's Alexay Hairston would get things started for the Warriors as hands off to Lewis Taylor. He will gallop 45 yards moving the ball deep into Tunstall territory. A few plays later, Taylor will scamper in from the four yard line and Magna Vista takes an 8 -to-nothing lead in the first. One the Warriors' next possession, Hairston will give it to former player of the week John Lieteau. He breaks several tackles and hits the sideline. Eventually he will rumble 61 yards for the score. It's now 16-to-nothing Magna Vista.


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The Warriors continue to play heads and shoulders above the competition with the 42 to 12 win.
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[Marion]


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The other region four, division four battle tonight involved the two red hot teams, 9-and-1 Marion playing host to Martinsville team riding a 6 game winning streak.
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A big crowd turned out in Marion tonight to see if the Hurricanes would have anything for Taylor Edwards' team that had to make the long trek from Henry County. Marion boss, Steve Wright hoped his once beaten team was up to the challenge. But some bizarre special teams' play would threaten to kill the Canes early as the Martinsville punt is dropped by Joel Blevins. Fortunately for the home folks he was able to recover it. Marion would have to return the punting honors to Martinsville - and it was deja vu all over again as Shawn Wade fumbles the ball, but picks it up and gets a short return. Marion fullback Marshall Doss would show both guys how to hang on to the pill as he takes off up the right side and gets in the zone from the three to make it 7-to-nothing Marion in the second quarter.
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But the Bulldogs come back to win this one tonight 14 to 7.
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The Group Three A ranks will finally get their shot in the spotlight when we come back. The Pulaski-PH game is coming up along with highlights from Danville. But first the Lord Botetourt marching Band. [GO TO BAND B]
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[Pulaski]


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Welcome back everybody to Friday Football Extra's regional semi-final edition rolls on on Your Hometown Station.


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When your undefeated season is blown out of the water on the final Friday night of the regular season, one of your star players is injured in the process, you can't help but wonder how you'll come back once the playoffs begin.
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Pulaski County got a chance to answer that question tonight as the Cougars welcomed co-RVD regular season champ, PH, back to Cougars' den to battle in the division five northwest regional semi-finals. It was too close for comfort with Pulaski up 10-to-7 heading to the fourth. Jeremy Porter would relieve a little of his coach's stress. From the 27, he takes the pill, spins, turns, fights and dives in for 6 points in one of the top individual efforts of the season. It's so good we thought we'd let Jeremy put his own spin on the run.
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[VO NAT CON'T] On the Cougars' next possession, Josh Calfee catches the fever from his own 27 he will go of tackle on the right side and rumble 69 yards through the Patriot defenders moving the ball all the way top the 13.
Five plays later junior quarterback Alan Wheeling punches it in for 6 more as the Cougars take a 24-to-7 lead. Pulaski would keep it rolling.
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Antoine Meadows goes off tackle left. He finds plenty of room and the Cougars final score of the night. Pulaski beats the Patriots tonight 30-to-13.
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[VO NAT CON'T] The Cougars will next take on Culpeper County , who bet Albemarle tonight 35-to-nothing. Tonight they had to play without star back Frank Cobbs.
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[Cave]


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Of course the Cave Spring forfeitures changed the complexion of the playoffs. Blacksburg and Albemarle got unexpected invites to the regional semi-finals when the VHSL ruled that the 9-and-1 Knights used an ineligible player in 6 of their wins. Had Cave made it in, the Knights would have met Pulaski County in a regular season rematch tonight.
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[SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Wednesday; :00]

But the school ran out of appeals on Tuesday, and by Wednesday afternoon the Cave Spring players were cleaning out their lockers and turning in their equipment. In a strange sort of way, the finality that ended weeks of uncertainty for this team was actually somewhat of a relief.
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[Danville]


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The area's only division six representative, the George Washington high school Eagles from Danville opened play in the Northwest regional against powerful C.D. Hylton.
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Even in southside the temperature took a turn for the worse. We pick it up tied in the second with Hylton on the move. Drew Feldman keeps the ball and takes it into the endzone from the nine to make it 14-to-7 in favor of the visitors. In the third, GW would let Demar Fitzgerald pitch back to Micah Knight. He will give the folks from Northern Virginia a look at some real speed as he flies untouched down the sideline from 54 yards away to tie this thing up at 14-all. But in the fourth, Hylton's Jeff Overton fakes the handoff and passes to Jesse Pitt. He makes the 21 yard TD catch and CD is back on top 21-to-14. Hylton would seal Danville's fate late with
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D.J. Walton running through the crowd for a 19 yard score. GW finishes the season with a 6-to-5 record losing 28-to-14.
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The Region Three, Division Three ranks are next along with a check on North Cross's private school showdown at Victory Stadium. But first another look at the regional semi-final scores and the Brookville band. [go to scores and band c]
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[Liberty]


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Ladies and gentlemen it is time now to check in on the regiona three division three contests that were played in central Virginia tonight.
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Seminole district champion Liberty was back home tonight taking on defending division three state champ Brookville in Bedford.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=51-Bedford/Brookville vs. Liberty; :00]

Coach Scott Abell giving his quarterback some direction and it looks like it worked.
Time winding down in the first half....the hand-off goes to #40 Chase Andrews and he powers ahead for the 5 yard blast

....Minutemen up 21 to 7. Now to the second half, Brookville trying to make something happen, Brookville quarterback Scott Nixon drops back and
fires a pass to #5 Fletcher Miller, only problem....he plays for Liberty, we're going the other way.

Later in the 3rd quarter, Liberty trying to add to the lead, quarterback Steven Brawley keeps it on the option, and picks up a gain of about 25.
Same drive, 4th and 1 from the 1, and the give is to #34 Joey Salvia, he plows ahead for the touch.
All Minutemen after that....Brookville looking for life, but #40 Chase Andrews has other ideas, he steps in front of N

ixon's pass and comes up with the interception.
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More of Andrews here, this time on offense, he finds the seam and takes it to the house for the 24 yard score.....Liberty not looking back. up 33-7. The Minutemen roll to the 40-to-19 win.
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William Campbell under first year head coach Brad Bradley did a masterful job of getting into the postseason as the champs of the Dogwood. Tonight, the Generals welcomed Rustburg to Naruna.
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The Generals coming out strong, ready to play and fired up....and looking good early.
The opening kickoff goes to #2 Dominic Yuille and he starts things off for the Generals in a big way with a 40 yard re

turn. But it was the Rustburg defense that was tough all night....A big fourth down for william campbell, and the red devils show up strong...Q.B. Thomas Boyd's pass goes incomplete.
A few posessions later, still scoreless, the Red Devil "D" just getting better....This time it's #2 Tony Jefferson wit

h the nice interception. Now time for some Rustburg offense...Runingback Aaron Lassiter gets the toss and watch the nice moves, he carries for 20 yards.
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A couple of plays later the handoff goes to #4 Eric Scott, and he scores from 3 yards out, the Rustburg Red Devils go

up 7-0. Rustburg wins it 28 to 0.
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Finally tonight, we head down to Victory Stadium where the North Cross Raiders opened play in the Virginia Independent Conference playoffs against Brunswick Academy.
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The fans were ready for this cold night at McLelland field as North Cross opened the gates for Brunswick. The Raiders would receive the opening kickoff as Charlie Glenn pulls it in, take it to the right side and fight his way for 35 yards to give the Raiders good field position. Later in the first quarter North Cross quarterback Steven Morris gets the handoff to Glenn, and this time he takes it right up the middle, he makes a couple of nice moves and gains 20 yards before he's brought down. But Brunswick would again stop the Raider drive and in the second quarter Clint Thomas will hand off to Adam Harrell at the 34 and he will get through the left side of the line, break into the clear and no one can catch him
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This would be the only score of the night as North Cross sees its season end at Victory Stadium losing to Brunswick 6-to-nothing.
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We'll meet our player of the week from the final week of the regular season, who turned in a not so regular performance last Friday night. That story is on the way as Friday Football Extra continues in just a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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Tonight's player of the week winner turned in one of the greatest all around performances in the history of this program last Friday night, yet he was almost completely overshadowed by his record setting teammate.
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Cave Spring's Tom Hagan dominated the Pulaski County game in all three phases of the contest using his receiving skills, his defensive quickness, his booming kicks and his intelligence to win our Player of the Week award.
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(( November third, 2000 will forever be remembered at Cave Spring high school. That's the night that a football team played the perfect game. ((TOM HAGAN: 175042TC)) Hagan was the recipient of quarterback Jacob Lewis' first two touchdown passes of the night. Those scores turned out to be just the beginning for both young men. Lewis would go set numerous school records with 408 yards passing, 6 touchdown tosses and another rushing TD. Yet even those numbers pale in comparison when you check out the goods that Hagan accumulated. After capping each of the Knights' first two drives with a TD catch, Hagan slipped into his special teams mode and smothered a Pulaski County punt. All of that happened in just the first quarter. ((BEN FOUTZ: 180130)) Hagan went back to work in the second period and added to his seemingly endless string of accomplishments by intercepting this pass to set up Cave Spring's final score of their 42-to-0 halftime tally. ((TOM HAGAN: 175217)) ((JACOB LEWIS: 175723)) Hagan has a four point oh grade point average as a junior, and while his knack for spectacular couldn't have been any better against the Cougars, he's actually been killing opponents all season long with his kicking. Against Pulaski he put five kickoffs into the endzone, and averaged over 46 yards a punt. ((BEN FOUTZ: 180202:)) Hagan also collected 2 pass breakups, 2 tackles behind the line of scrimmage and a quarterback sack before leaving the game in the second half. ((TOM HAGAN:)) Hagan is now getting ready to play for the Cave Spring basketball team - however - is best sports is baseball where he is an all-star infielder.))
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Of course there is more football to come this weekend.
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[wipe to pinnacle 13043] Tomorrow afternoon the college ranks feature the SEC at three with Lou Holtz and South Carolina taking on the Florida Gators.
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[wipe to pinnacle 13041] And Sunday the NFL game features the Ravens and Titans at one right after the NFL Today.
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We're coming back next Friday night to crown regional champions and pass out invitations to the final four. Thanks for giving up part of your weekend everybody. Take Care. [GO TO BREAK]