[Floyd]

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Coming into tonight - the seventh week of the season - four teams in that district were still unbeaten - including Glenvar and Floyd County. Last night those two high powered programs got together in Floyd to see which one could master the other.
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[SUPER=03-Floyd Co./Glenvar vs. Floyd Co.; :00]

The Floyd Faithful were rocking the house at halftime as their Buffaloes led 7-to-nothing at halftime. We pick it up in the third as Floyd quarterback Isaac Spence goes up top, but has his pass picked off by Glenvar's Nate Parks. The Highlanders are back in business as Parks gets the ball back to the 16 yard line. Glenvar would finally turn the Floyd turnover into a score with 1:56 left in the third as Adam Hill fights his way into the endzone from 11 yards out. However, it was a costly score as Hill had to leave the game with the dreaded high ankle sprain on his left ankle. Glenvar would go for one and the tie, but the kick is wide right and Floyd stays on top 7-to-6. Glenvar would get one more crack with under two minutes to go. The Highlanders go to their bag of tricks with backup Cam Pickle pitching the ball back to Parks. The funster will attempt the halfback pass. But Floyd knocks down the try and it's still 7-6. Two plays later, Glenvar has its final shot on a 4th and 10. Pickle is flushed out of the pocket, and the
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Floyd defense runs him down. The Buffaloes win the battle of unbeatens 7-to-6.
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[Radford]


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The Three Rivers' other two undefeated teams hooked up in Radford tonight. The Bobcats were expected to reach this point in the season unscathed, but few expected Eastern Montgomery to be perfect in week seven.
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[SUPER=51-Radford/E. Montgomery vs. Radford; :00]

Radford's ball handler for the night Gary Davis, took time out to tell his wife Happy Anniversary. She was in the stands - he's probably still in the dog house. We pick it up with Radford in control 17-to-nothing and looking for more. Todd Powers connects with Terrell Dobbins on the 94 yard pass play. Dobbins will pick up a big bunch of YAC - as the yards after the catch pill up. It's 24-to-nothing. The two would hook up again in the third. This time on a fourth and 10 Powers and Dobbins connect for the 30 yard TD.
It's now 31-to-nothing Bobcats in control. Eastern Montgomery would finally avoid the shutout as David Showalter hits Samuel Harless on the 11 yard pass.
[SUPER=52-E. Montgomery/7/Radford/31;]

It's 31-to-7. Radford wins big by that same margin to stay unbeaten on the season.
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[Auburn]


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Waiting in the wings with just one setback this year outside of district play is Giles. The Spartans have been perfect since their opening night loss to Blacksburg. Tonight they were in Riner tangling with the Auburn Eagles.
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[SUPER=51-Riner/Giles vs. Auburn; :00]

Before tonight's game the officials and the crowd paused for a moment of silence to honor Glen Harris, who recently passed away. Harris was a western Virginia official for 30 years. The Giles offense was looking sharp tonight, as in Ben Sharp. He breaks down the right sideline on this 28 yard run, carrying the ball all the way to the Auburn 28. On the very next play, Sharp will do it again as he takes it in from 14 yards out as the Spartans take a 7-to-nothing lead midway through the 1st. The Eagles would come flying back as Levi Day drops back and connects with Running back Michael Mills who will take it the rest of the way for the 50 yard scoring pass. It's 7-to-6.
[SUPER=52-Giles/29/Auburn/6;]

Giles would widen its lead in the second as Sharp takes it to the house from 49 yards out. The Spartans beat Auburn tonight 29-to-6. Radford is in Pearisburg next Friday.
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[Covington]


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Also in region C tonight, the Covington Cougars hosted Parry McCluer in a Pioneer district game that used to be one of Friday Football Extra's top five rivalries back in the day of Woodzell and Williams.
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[SUPER=51-Covington/Parry McCluer vs. Covington; :00]

Alfred Fox made sure he got his Ameircan Flag when he came through the gate tonight at Boodie Albert Stadium. With the Blues in Covington territory, Parry McCluer quarterback R.J. Whitmore throws his first pass of the game, unfortunately for him it was to the Cougars' Travis Cottrel. He will take the pick back 61 yards for the score. It's 7-to-nothing Covington. Covington's offense then got in the game Jason Hemp takes the hand-off and then loses it, and the Blues recover to get a turnover of their own.
[SUPER=52-Parry McCluer/15/Covington/20;]

Covington's offense would hold on most of the night as Shawn White carries the mail for a nice gain and Covington wins it 20 to 15.
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[Craig]


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Two more Pioneer players hooked up in New Castle. After two tough last minute, back to back setbacks James River showed up looking to get back on track against the Rockets.
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[SUPER=51-New Castle/James River vs. Craig Co.; :00]

It was homecoming in Craig County tonight as hundreds of balloons were released before the opening kickoff. The Rockets had the single wing on display and early in the first - Michael Beaudoin takes the snap, fakes, and cuts it right back off the center and he will pick up a first down on the carry. But later in the second the Knights would take control as Derek Hepler fires a pass out to the right side to Duone Tyree who picks up 15 yards on the play. Then on the next play, Hepler sells the fake and Jovan Henderson goes right up the middle and then to the outside on a 25 yard romp.
[SUPER=52-James River/55/Craig Co./0;]

James River rebounds back in the win column tonight with the 55 to nothing victory.
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The Friday Football Extra week 7 action is just getting started. Highlights from 11 more games are on the way. But first some of tonight's scores and an encore performance from the Radford Bobcats band. [GO TO BAND A AND SCORES]

[Cave]


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Through the first 6 games of this season, Cave Spring's defense has been even stingier than Virginia Tech's. The Knights had given up a grand total of 10 points in their first 6 games and pitched 4 shutouts.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Halifax Co. vs. Cave Spring; :00]

But they took the field at the second half of last night's game trailing the Halifax County Comets 13-to-12. Halifax immediately put six more on the board in the third as Alonzo Coleman scores from the two. It's now 20-to-12 Halifax. Coleman was just getting warmed up. Later in the third he heads off the right side, bolts toward the sidelines and just when it looked like the Knights' defense had him bottled up - Coleman will cut all the way back across the field. The run is officially a 77 yarder - although it covers much more ground than that double digit total. He had 4 TDs on the night. It's was 33-to-19 in the fourth before Cave mounted one more comeback. Jeremy White hits number 20 Desmond Jalloh on a 36 yard touchdown pass. It's now 33-to-25 with 2 minutes to go in the game. The Knights would recover the onsides kick, and then on the very next play - it's White hitting Tom Hagan on a 49 yard scoring strike. The Knights get two touchdowns in 9 seconds.
[SUPER=36-Halifax Co./33/Cave Spring/31;]

But they can't convert the two point conversion and Halifax hangs on win a wild one 33-to-31.
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[Franklin]


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In Rocky Mount, the Franklin County Eagles got back in Cy Dillon Stadium for just the second time this season. Tonight, the Eagles hosted Western Valley district rival Patrick Henry to town.
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[SUPER=51-Rocky Mount/Patrick Henry vs. Franklin Co.; :00]

It was homecoming tonight in the Mount as Josh Grice and Whittany Angle were named the king of queen of Franklin County tonight. It would be a happy homecoming as Franklin County let's Daniel Bowles hook up with Sean Preston on a nice 27 yard gain that gets the Eagles out of trouble deep in their own territory. On the same drive, from their own 47 Taft Kelly rushes left and picks up 19 yards. Franklin County would cap that 99 yard drive with Bowles passing to Casey Hodges on the 16 yard score. The Eagles take a 21-to-7 lead on the Patriots. Patrick Henry's Melvin Smith would break off a 60 yard scoring pass to Dujuan Johnson.
[SUPER=52-Patrick Henry/21/Franklin Co./49;]

But this night belonged to Franklin County. The Eagles explode tonight to have a happy homecoming with the 49 to 21 win.
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[Glass]


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The other battle in the Western Valley district tonight was at City Stadium in Lynchburg where E.C. Glass took on the dangerous Eagles of George Washington high school - who suffered their first setback of the season last week against Thomas Dale.
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[SUPER=51-Lynchburg/G.W. Danville vs. E.C. Glass; :00]

Eagles Head Coach Everett Woods calm, cool, and collected hoping his team would come out strong tonight. And it did in a big way. Already up 14-0 with time running down in the first half, G.W. Quarterback Jon Fulton puts it on the money to Bradford Deshazor as he lands in the endzone. Eagles up 21- zip at half. The second half would be more of the same. This time Fulton gives to Kenny Lewis and he's off to the races. Watch him turn on the afterburners as he outruns the Hilltoppers secondary on way to a 67 yard T.D. run.
[SUPER=52-George Washington/42/E.C. Glass/0;]

And Lewis wasnt done yet... This time he takes it off the right side as he runs 5 yards untouched for six. G.W. rolls 42-0.
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[N.Cross]


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The North Cross Raiders once again got the afternoon started as they hosted Fishburne Military in an Virginia Independent Conference game.
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[SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Fishburne vs. North Cross;]

The Visitors from Waynesboro called the coin toss, but North Cross won the flip and immediately went to work. Raiders' quarterback Stephen Morse with the nice play fake and toss in the endzone to number 11 Andreas Wokutch. The Raiders who have struggled in recent weeks take control. North Cross also would grind out the ball with some tough running as Bill Kaufman sweeps into the bench area and wipes out a tray of water along the way. Fishburne would come back through the air as George Cooper flings the pass into the end zone and Matthew Cutsali runs under it for the score.
[SUPER=52-Fishburne/14/North Cross/38;]

But North Cross didn't run and hide. Hunter Doyle powers his way across the goal line. North Cross wins it 38 to 14.
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Next up tonight the Blue Ridge takes over as we check out tonight's action involving those 8 teams. But right now, a few more scores and some more music from the Pulaski County marching band. [GO TO BAND B AND SCORES]

[Pulaski]


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The Pulaski County Cougars were embarrassed by Cave Spring's passing attack last season and wounded by Blacksburg's earlier this year. Last night, against Lord Botetourt's air game Joel Hicks was determined to ground the Cavs.
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[SUPER=03-Pulaski Co./Lord Botetourt vs. Pulaski Co.; :00]

Botetourt's Jared White came in needing just 6 catches to become the state of Virginia's all-time receiving leader. But, Pulaski was on its game from the start as Adam Wheeling, the talented quarterback scoots 24 yards for the touchdown as the Cougars are in front 7-to-0. The Pulaski defense then got into the act as Lucas Nester picks off Eric Driscoll's pass and puts the ball right back in the hands of the Cougars' offense. Two plays later, Wheeling gives the ball to Josh Calfee and Josh will scoot in from 12 yards out. The game is now 14-to-nothing in favor of the Cougars. The Pulaski special teams then take over as the punt is a disaster. Nester picks it up and runs it in for the score.
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The Cougars get 28 in the first quarter and humble Lord Botetourt with the 63 to 21 win.
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Several notes from this game. White did set the new state receiving record. Calfee also topped the 4000 yard mark for his career at Pulaski.

And Joel Hicks got his 200th career win last night for the Cougars.[Alleghany]


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The team that coaches everywhere in the area are talking about in a favorable light - Blacksburg - hit the road to Low Moor tonight looking to keep improving against the up and down Alleghany Mountaineers.
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[SUPER=51-Low Moor/Blacksburg vs. Alleghany; :00]

Improvisation was the word of the night in Low Moor as this empty 20 ounce bottle becomes the center piece of a spirited touch football game. Blacksburg was already up 28-to-7 when the second half began. Brett Smith who has been blowing up defenses all season long goes left on the keeper and he will outrun the Mounties to the zone. It's now 35-to-7 Indians in control after the 43 yard gallop. Late in the third the Indians are threatening again. This time Samuel Wheeler, the big sophomore, take the ball, sheds some defenders and drags the secondary down the field for a 22 yard gain. Jason Hungate them dives in to cap the drive. It's now
[SUPER=52-Blacksburg/42/Alleghany/7;]

42-to-7. That's your final. Not a misprint - just a mismatch.
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[Fleming]


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The Fleming Colonels, who have been coming on strong the last couple of weeks renewed their old Roanoke Valley district rival with Northside tonight at Victory Stadium.
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Keith Smith was huddled up with his squad riding a two game winning streak. We pick it up in the first still scoreless when Fleming punter Chris Dooley has his punt blocked by the Vikings' Ryan Kincer. Northside's Phillip Watkins picks up the loose ball and carries it seven yards for the score. It's 7-to-nothing. Fleming would try to answer that score in the first half as Taurus Boyd goes up top, but has his pass tipped by Watkins, right into the hands of his own man Craig Calfee. It's good for a 15 yard pick-up. The Colonels would settle for a field goal. Miro Lucanin misses the 35 yard attempt wide left.
[SUPER=52-Northside/7/William Fleming/6;]

The Vikings win this one tonight 7 to 6.
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[Salem]


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Salem and William Byrd both suffered Blue Ridge losses last week. Tonight they renewed their always entertaining rivalry at Salem Stadium.
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[SUPER=51-Salem/William Byrd vs. Salem; :00]

Before a wide open crowd in Salem tonight - the offenses on both sides would rule this year's contest. We pick it up in the third with Salem trying to come back from a 35-to-14 deficit. From the Byrd 35, James Martin passes to on the right side. The Spartans receiver gets some blocking and takes it in for the touchdown as Salem draws within 35-to-21. But on Byrd's next possession, Jeff Highfill dishes the ball out to Jerome Mann. He cuts up the middle through a huge hole, bounce off a defender, hits the sideline and he will take it all the way down to the Salem one yard line. The run covers 76 yards. On the very next play, Mark Mayhew dives in over the pile.
[SUPER=52-William Byrd/42/Salem/21;]

The Terriers double-up Salem tonight 42-to-21 to hand Salem its second straight setback.
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We still need to travel to Amherst, Dry Fork and Bassett tonight. But first we need to put the cap on the week 7 scoreboard. Here's the Tunstall Trojans Marching band to help us do just that. [go to scores and band-c]

[Amherst]


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The Friday Football Extra highlights reel is nearing its end tonight.
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But not before we take a peek inside tonight's marquee game in the Seminole district between the Liberty Minutemen and the Amherst County Lancers.
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[SUPER=51-Amherst Co./Liberty vs. Amherst Co.; :00]

The Lancer cheerleaders showing great balance before this one. Amherst would set the tone early with defense. Liberty quarterback Stephen Brawley can't hold onto the rock, as Brenton Ford emerges from the pile with it, we're going the other way. A few plays later Lancer Q.B. Chris Williams rolls out and lets it fly...Halfback Brian McPherson makes the circus catch between his legs and the men in maroon are driving.
[SUPER=52-Liberty/13/Amherst Co./7;]

Later in that same drive, Williams will call his own number as he plunges over center for the one yard score. But it wouldn't be enough, as Liberty wins on the road, 13-7.
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[Tunstall]


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Two perennial playoff teams that are in the same district, and who are in the same county squared off tonight looking to secure bragging rights in Pittsylvania County and maintain supremacy in the Piedmont. Steve Mason has more from Dry Fork.
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[SUPER=52-Dan River/21/Tunstall/7; 1:13]
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[OC...FRIDAY FOOTBALL EXTRA."]

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Finally tonight we wrap up the highlights in the Piedmont district where the Magna Vista Warriors kept rolling with another district win over Bassett.
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The award winning Bassett Bengals band was would up tonight. But so was Magna Vista. From the Bassett 13, B.J. Bumper goes straight up the middle for the 13 yard touchdown and Magna Vista leads 7-to-0. Magna Vista got the ball back on this turnover as Alexay Hairston picks off the pass and puts the Warriors' offense back in control. The Warriors' offense then lets Jumper turn out a tough, powerful run as he scores from 56 yards away.
[SUPER=52-Magna Vista/54/Bassett/7;]

Magna Vista beats Bassett tonight 54 to 7 to remain unbeaten in the Piedmont.
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Friday Football Extra returns in just a second with the Super 7 and this Friday's long overdue Player of the week winner. But first don't forget that Friday Football Extra stories and information are always on the world wide web.
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[GO TO STREAMING] Go to WDBJ-7 dot com, click on the Rev.Net icon and you can check out Friday Football Extra even when you're out of WDBJ-7 coverage area. We're back with more FFE right after this quick break.
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Welcome back everybody as we now settle in to meet this Friday's Player of the Week.
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Since 1984, we've been passing out these honors on a weekly basis, and in the 17 plus years the Pulaski County Cougars have reeled in more than share of plaques.
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Tonight the Cougars add another player to their long list of winners as Josh Calfee takes home the award for his play against the Salem Spartans on October 5th at Salem Stadium.
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[SUPER=53-Record Setting Carry/November 10, 2000; :13]
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[OUT Q=...FRESHMAN YEAR."]
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(( This is Calfee's first player of the week honor and that in itself seems hard to imagine. Calfee has been a starter for the Cougars since his freshman season and before this year even began - he was the school's all-time career rushing leader - bettering all of the old marks set by the Hendricks, Carl Lewis and even King Harvey. ((JOEL HICKS:)) Against the Salem Spartans Calfee made his first impression with his defense. Salem thought it would be a good idea to pick on the cornerback early - they were wrong. Calfee set the tone for the evening by stopping their first drive with an interception. ((JOSH CALFEE:)) He broke the game wide open in his usual way in the third quarter by ripping off back to back touchdowns of 80 and 73 yards. In all, Calfee finished with 19 carries for 222 yards. He also added a 2 point conversion to his two scores. ((JOSH CALFEE:)) Calfee, who also is Pulaski County's all-time leading scorer is just five feet nine inches tall and 175 pounds. But he has the one intangible every coach wants - ((JOEL HICKS:)) Calfee hopes to graduate and then enroll in prep school next year. His ultimate goal would be to play college football on any level. That dream and all of his accomplishments were made possible by a life changing experience in his freshman year. An altercation outside of school in his neighborhood cast him in a negative light and forced him change or hand the ball off to someone else.)) ((JOSH CALFEE:)) ((JOEL HICKS:))

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It is time now to take a look at the Super 7 for week number 7.
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Three members of the poll lost last night and as a result they fall out for at least now - and some new folks move in and get a chance to hang out for a week or more.
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[SUPER=65-Pulaski Co./7-0/Radford/6-0/Floyd Co./6-0/Gretna/6-0/G.W. Danville/5-1/Brookville/6-1/Chilhowie/6-1/;]

Pulaski County solidifies its number one spot. Radford, Floyd and Gretna all move up in the poll as they stay unbeaten. George Washington, Brookville and Chilhowie round out the Super 7 after week 7.
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And the pollbuster is Liberty. The Minutemen are 5-and-1. (---------------) [SUPER=#7]