[Fleming]

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A very pleasant Friday night to you everybody and welcome to Friday Football Extra. Tonight marks week number four of the season and with the exception of just a few teams - all of tonight's games went on as scheduled. We have video from 13 venues, plus a weather-related Flashback.
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We begin at Victory Stadium where for some reason Fleming and Patrick Henry didn't get official word until after two o'clock this afternoon that their game at would go on as scheduled.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=53-Roanoke/William Fleming vs. Patrick Henry; :00]

The Patrick Henry Patriots weren't the only things taking a beating at halftime.
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[OUT Q=...BEATING FADES."]
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[vo nat con't] Already up 10-to-nothing - Fleming takes the third quarter opening kickoff with Mijuan Curtis fielding the ball and then putting on a clinic with his moves weaving in out of would be tacklers en route to a 64 yard return into PH territory. But they would come up empty on the drive. A few series later the Colonels did their best to secure the shutout when PH's Mike Young dumps the swing pass to Artez Foster. He eludes a few, but runs into the assassin - Dewayne Priest - who puts the wood on him! PH would get a field goal, and then try to come up with a late drive Mike Young's pitch and catch with Seth Chapman nets 37 yards into Colonel territory with under 2 minutes to go.
[SUPER=50-William Fleming/10/Patrick Henry/3;]

On the next play - Young will look downfield, but find Donnell Blake instead. The Colonels stay unbeaten with the 10-to-3 win over PH.
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[Franklin]


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The Franklin County Eagles and Pulaski County Cougars played some thrilling games back in the old Roanoke Valley district days. Tonight - they met at Cy Dillon Stadium as Jack Turner returned to place where he once served as an assistant.
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[SUPER=53-Rocky Mount/Pulaski Co. vs. Franklin Co.; :00]

The Eagles came back from the halftime break with a 17-to-6 lead and a huge rowdy crowd cheering them on. But the Cougars would look to take control early. Brandon Anderson punches in the score on a fourth and goal and he gets in to make it 17-to-12. Pulaski then went for two, and Anderson will sweep in off the right end. It's now a 17-to-14 game. An Eagle fumble would give the ball right back to Pulaski and Shumate will air it out deep down the middle to a wideopen Greg Sartin. he pulls it in and complete the 30 yard touchdown. And suddenly the Cougars are on top 21-to-17. Midway through the fourth - Pulaski was eating up the gournd and the clock.
[SUPER=50-Pulaski Co./27/Franklin Co./17;]

Derrick Burks bangs in from the goal line. Pulaski scores 21 unanswered second half points to shock Franklin County 27-to-17.
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[Glass]


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The E.C. Glass Hilltoppers were back home tonight hoping to regroup after a couple of rough outings. Unfortunately for Glass fans - the opponent tonight was redhot Amherst County.
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[SUPER=53-Lynchburg/Amherst Co. vs. E.C. Glass; :00]

Ed Landis's team was right in it heading to the third tied up at 7-all. Amherst is back to punt in the second half and Reggie Odrick receives the punt at midfield and he will return it to the 30 down the near sideline to put the Toppers in business. Glass wouldcap the drive with a 34 yard field goal from Wayne Cunningham. It's 10-to-7 Glass in the third. Early in the fourth, Glass would be forced to punt out of the endzone. The snap sails out of the endzone and the safety makes it a 10-to-9 game. On the ensuing possession.
[SUPER=50-Amherst Co./17/E.C. Glass/10;]

Amherst is facing a 3-and-10 and instead of getting the first down they will get the touchdown. Ryan Moore takes it 44 yards to the house for the score. They get the TD, the two point conversion and the 17-to-10 win.
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[Northside]


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There are more than a million folks without power in the Commonwealth tonight, and the Northside football team feels their pain. The Vikes have been experiencing a most unusual power shortage this season.
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[SUPER=53-Roanoke Co./Salem vs. Northside; :00]

The score has remained the same through the first three games for Northside - not a single point scored. Salem would march down the field with a clock eating 15 play drive. Matt Shawver drops back and throws right at the camera - and he also connects with receiver, but the officials rule he trapped it in the endzone. On a fourth down from the 15, Salem would look for three, but the field goal also is no good from 26 yards out and the game remains scoreless. Both teams struggled with fumbles and penalties, but late in the first quarter - the Vikings would finally visit that elusive endzone. The pitch goes to the left to Drew Dill and he will zig zag
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his way through the Spartans and then dive in for the score. The Vikes score, but Salem wins it 28 to 7.
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The spotlight game of the night is next as we check on the battle of unbeatens in Vinton between Byrd and Liberty. Plus, the happening place in the Highlands was Low Moor where Alleghany entertained Bath County.
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But first here's tonight's opening scoreboard and a look at some of the rescheduled games from tonight that will be played tomorrow night at Monday evening.
And to assist us - the Galax marching band. [GO TO SCORES AND BAND A]

[FFE Scores]

[SUPER=48-William Fleming/10/Patrick Henry/3;]



[SUPER=48-Radford/41/Bassett/6;]



[SUPER=48-George Washington/35/Dan River/0;]



[SUPER=48-Rural Retreat/7/George Wythe/24;]



[SUPER=48-Hidden Valley/0/Fieldale Collinsville/14;]



[SUPER=48-Graham/48/Va. High/34;]



[SUPER=48-Pulaski Co./27/Franklin Co./17;]



[SUPER=48-Fort Chiswell/20/James River/33;]



[SUPER=48-Amherst Co./17/E.C. Glass/10;]



[SUPER=48-Northwood/14/Lebanon/12;]



[SUPER=48-Galax/12/Floyd Co./48;]



[SUPER=48-Chatham/17/Tunstall/34;]



[SUPER=48-Salem/28/Northside/7;]



[SUPER=48-Gretna/41/Brookville/7;]



[SUPER=48-Graham/48/Virginia/34;]



[SUPER=48-Chilhowie/6/P.H. Glade Spring/21;]



[SUPER=48-Craig Co./8/Auburn/35;]



[SUPER=48-Bath Co./34/Alleghany/14;]



[SUPER=48-Liberty/34/William Byrd/7;]



[SUPER=48-Glenvar/0/Covington/20;]



[SUPER=48-Christiansburg/21/Lord Botetourt/14;]



[SUPER=48-Bland Co./0/E. Montgomery/46;]



[SUPER=48-Carroll Co./37/Grayson Co./6;]



[SUPER=48-Twin Valley/6/Pocahontas/20;]



[SUPER=48-Cumberland/Mon./William Campbell/7p.m.;]



[SUPER=48-North Cross/Sat./Va. Episcopal/2:00;]



[SUPER=48-Rustburg/Mon./Appomattox/7p.m.;]



[SUPER=48-Harrisonburg/Sat/Rockbridge Co./7p.m.;]



[SUPER=48-Patrick Co./Mon./Staunton River/7p.m.;]



[SUPER=48-Riverheads/Sat./Parry McCluer/7p.m.;]



[Byrd]


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Welcome back everybody. It's time now for our spotlight game of the week and we head over to Vinton where Jeff Highfill's William Byrd Terriers were still sky high after last week's upset of Salem.
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Tonight, the defending state champion Liberty Minutemen came to town in a game that started with Liberty's starting quarterback O-B Blake on the sidelines. [MIKE TOSSES TO TRAVIS]
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For more on that, we head over to Travis Wells who had a birds eye view from Bob Patterson Stadium. [TAKE TRAVIS FULL]
Mike, Blake was forced to sit out tonight's first quarter for what Coach Chris Watts termed "failing to fulfill team obligations." Fortunately for the Minutemen, they didn't miss Blake too much and rolled in their first matchup with a Division Four team this season. ((Roll Cue:Division Four team this season."))
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[SUPER=50-Liberty/34/William Byrd/7/;]1:10
[SUPER=51-Jeff Highfill/Terriers Head Coach; 1:17]
[SUPER=51-O.B. Blake/Liberty Quarterback; 1:34]
[SUPER=51-Chris Watts/Liberty Head Coach; 1:49]
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[OUT Q=was what we did."]
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[TRAVIS FULL]
Mike, the Minutemen attempted just one pass tonight and rushed for 318 yards in improving to 3 and oh. Next week, they'll take on triple A Franklin County while Byrd will try to bounce back from its first loss at Christiansburg.

[Alleghany]


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Alleghany hosted Bath County tonight in Low Moor in one of the most anticipated offensive shootouts of the season.
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[SUPER=53-Low Moor/Bath Co vs. Alleghany; :00]

Officials estimated that more than 4000 fans crammed their way into Mountaineer Field - many of them arriving as early as 4 this afternoon. We pick it up in the third with Bath on top 20-to-nothing and Randall Allen looking to cut into that margin. The six yard TD run makes it 20-to-7. After a Charger fumble gave it right back - Gavin Haynes would go to work finding a slicing Michael Carroll who flies 26 yards as BIG RED trims the lead to 20-to-14 in the third. But the Chargers would counter that punch with an straight right hand in the form of Houston Kincaid. He takes the handoff and shows some speed as he burns all the way to the endzone to make 27-to-14.
[SUPER=50-Bath Co./34/Alleghany/14;]

They would add one more for good measure as Jacob Phillips punches it home from two yards out. Bath improves to 4-and-0 with a 34-to-14 win over the Mounties.
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[Botetourt]


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One of the big surprises in this early part of the season - the Christiansburg Blue Demons hit the road to take on Lord Botetourt. The Cavs were in desperate need of a win after last week's heart breaker at Cave Spring.
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[SUPER=53-Daleville/Christiansburg vs. Lord Botetourt; :00]

The Cavalier faithful were pumped up tonight trying to pump some life into their team. The Cavs led it 14-to-7 at halftime, but in the third Antonio Claybon will pick off Matt Witt's pass on the left side.
That will swing the momentum and the put the ball back in the hands of the Blue Demons. Four plays later from the Botetourt 21 - Chad Chapman hauls in Andrew Hoffer's pass and he will carry ball down to the Cavs' one yard line. On the very next play - Deshaun Grady goes up the middle to tie the game at 14-all. The Blue Demons would complete the comeback as Chapman goes right, breaks some tackles
[super=50-Christiansburg/21/Lord Botetourt/14;]

and scores from the 10. Christiansburg beats Botetourt 21-to-14.
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[Fieldale]


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The Hidden Valley Titans were on the road tonight in Henry County, but being on the road is nothing new for the second year school this season. The Titans haven't played at home yet, and won't do so until next week. Tonight they took on speedy Fieldale-Collinsville.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=53-Collinsville/Hidden Valley vs. Fieldale-Collinsville; :]

The Cavaliers' band came rumbling in before a less than capacity Henry County crowd. The Cavs started off the action in the first quarter. Brandon Dillard hands off to Melvin Thomas and he cuts it up the right side, breaks a few tackles and eventually he'll get 30 yards on the impressive run before he's stopped. Several plays later - Dillard is flushed out of the pocket - he throws down field, but Judd Carte will make leaping interception to stop the F.C. drive and put the ball in the hands of the Titans. Late in the second quarter - Dillard and Thomas will hook up on a screen pass, and Thomas will turn the little pass into a 23 yard
[SUPER=50-Hidden Valley/0/Fieldale-Collinsville/14;]

touchdown for the Cavaliers. They go on to beat Hidden Valley tonight 14 to nothing.
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High powered Gretna was in action tonight at Brookville. Those highlights are coming up next, plus we're going to give away some more Tech football tickets. But first the rest of tonight's scores and the Galax marching band. [GO TO SCORES AND BAND B]
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[SUPER=48-Gretna/41/Brookville/7;]



[SUPER=48-Gretna/41/Brookville/7;]



[SUPER=48-Graham/48/Virginia/34;]



[SUPER=48-Chilhowie/6/P.H. Glade Spring/21;]



[SUPER=48-Craig Co./8/Auburn/35;]



[SUPER=48-Bath Co./34/Alleghany/14;]



[SUPER=48-Liberty/34/William Byrd/7;]



[SUPER=48-Glenvar/0/Covington/20;]



[SUPER=48-Christiansburg/21/Lord Botetourt/14;]



[SUPER=48-Bland Co./0/E. Montgomery/46;]



[SUPER=48-Twin Valley/6/Pocahontas/20;]



[SUPER=48-Cumberland/Mon./William Campbell/7p.m.;]



[SUPER=48-North Cross/Sat./Va. Episcopal/2:00;]



[SUPER=48-Rustburg/Mon./Appomattox/7p.m.;]



[SUPER=48-Harrisonburg/Sat/Rockbridge Co./7p.m.;]



[SUPER=48-Patrick Co./Mon./Staunton River/7p.m.;]



[SUPER=48-Riverheads/Sat./Parry McCluer/7p.m.;]



[Brookville]


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Welcome back to Friday Football Extra on this week number four of the season.
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Later tonight - Brookville will be featured as part of the Flashback segment - but tonight the Future was Now for the Bees as they tried to ground the high flying Hawks from Gretna.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=53-Campbell Co./Gretna vs. Brookville; :00]

The calm after the storm of Isabel provided a perfect backdrop for the Hawks and Bees' coin flip. Gretna will make the initial moves with the man Vic Hall going deep down the right sideline to Brandon Turner. He will catch it on the sideline, turn it back in and pick up 44 yards on the play for the Hawks. A few plays later, Rico Reynolds goes right up the middle for the four yard touchdown to make it 7-to-nothing in favor of Gretna. After a Bees' turnover, Hall makes them pay as he finds Marion Moon on a 39 yard touchdown pass. It's now Gretna 14 and Brookville nothing. Early in the second the Hawks do it again as Reynolds gets in from the three.
[SUPER=50-Gretna/41/Brookville/7;]

The Gretna Hawks stay perfect with the 41 to 7 win.
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[Covington]


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The Covington Cougars laid it all on the line against rival Alleghany last week. Tonight the team tried to regroup against a Glenvar squad that has been struggling in the early part of the season.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=53-Covington/Glenvar vs. Covington; :00]

Covington's fans and team alike were pumped up for homecoming 2003 at Casey Field - and the home team would not disapoint early. Carl Wolfe hooks up with Donnie Anderson and the big guy will break one tackle, break another and finally get dragged down after picking up 25 yards. That eventually leads Anderson doing it again. He powers his way in from two yards out as Covington takes a 6-to-nothing lead. They get the ball back and do it again.
[SUPER=50-Glenvar/0/Covington/20;]

This time William Jordan goes in untouched for the two yard score. Covington wins it 20-to-nothing. The Highlanders have not scored an offensive TD this year.
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[River]


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The James River Knights were home tonight stepping out of district to play host to the Fort Chiswell Pioneers.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=53-Buchanan/Fort Chiswell vs. James River; :00]

The Knights had some great support from a few future cheerleaders who were shaking things up in Buchanan.
Fort Chiswell will took to do the same from their own 35 - and they will do just that as #21 takes the screen pass fro

m Lance Grubb and takes it back across to the right side and eventually to the zone. The 65 yard score makes it 7-to-nothing. The Knights would tie it, but here come the visitors again. Grubb will look for the big play and instead find Damon Ross, who makes the interception for the Knights. Four plays later, fullback Bobby Hoffert takes it right up the middle and he will ramble for 29 yards before he's brought down.
[super=50-Fort Chiswell/20/James River/33;]

Two plays later Nick Juba bangs in for the TD. James River beats Fort Chiswell tonight 33 to 20.
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[Contest]


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It's time now to give away some more tickets. As you should know by now - we're handing out Tech and UVa game tickets all season long.
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[GO TO CONTEST BOARD] And right now I'm looking for the 7th caller to win a pair to the Virginia Tech - U-Conn game on Saturday - September 27th. Dial (1-866-WIN-WDBJ) Again, be the 7th caller and get a pair of tickets to see the Huskies and Hokies. We'll have the winner for you later in the show.
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[Auburn]


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Time now to put the week four highlights gathering machine on the route 8 in Montgomery County.
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First, we roll into Riner where the Auburn Eagles entertained the Rockets from Craig County in a Three Rivers - Pioneer matchup.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=53-Riner/Craig Co. vs. Auburn; :00]

The merchandise table was hopping with school logos galore tonight. We pick it up in the third quarter - Auburn has the ball and Anthony Barnes will slam it in for the three yard score. It's now 21-to-8 Auburn on top. Now in the fourth, Auburn looking for some more through the air as Matt Shepherd makes the catch from Trent Copeland. The play picks up 15 yards deep into Craig territory. Copeland would then hand off to Ryan Barnes and he will run it in for the score.
[SUPER=50-Craig Co./8/Auburn/35;]

Auburn wins it tonight 35 to 8.
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[Floyd]


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Finally tonight we wrap up the highlight portion of the program in Floyd where the Buffs entertained the Maroon Tide of Galax.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=53-Floyd/Galax vs. Floyd Co. ; :00]

It was gorgeous night in Floyd County as these two old friends renewed their rivalry. Galax has the upper hand early from the 29, but the Maroon Tide will turn it over with the fumble and Floyd's James Turner will recover for the Buffs. Floyd will then go on the offensive - Daniel Graham hands off to John Mathis - and he will cap off the drive with a nice 27 yard TD run. It's 6-to-nothing Floyd County. On the first play of the second quarter - from the 37 Graham will look for some more as Elliott Yearout-Patton makes the catch and picks up 13 yards. On a second and five, Mathis will dash in for another TD as
[SUPER=50-Galax/12/Floyd Co./48;]

the Buffaloes bounce back in the win column with a 48 to 12 victory over Galax.
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[Flashback]


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It's time now for tonight's Flashback segment. At this time yesterday it looked like Friday Football Extra would be washed out tonight by Hurricane Isabel. But if you're a longtime viewer of the show, you know that Friday Football Extra has never been canceled due to weather, although two other Hurricanes almost got us.
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[SUPER=53-Washington Co./Sept. 6, 1996; :00]
[SUPER=53-Campbell Co./Sept. 23, 1989; :33]
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[OUT Q=...fit to be tied."]
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(( On September 6th of 1996 only one game was played on a Friday Night. Hurricane Fran had hit the Carolina coast the night before and almost every school in Virginia called off its game early in the morning. But down in Washington County, Holston and Rural Retreat decided to play and as a result turned the only game in town into a hot ticket. The Indians Gene Fields racked up close to 200 yards of offense as Rural Retreat shutout Holston 35-to-nothing. Back on September 23rd of 1989 - Hurricane Hugo created an identical scenario. Everyone postponed their games that night except for Brookville. The Bees decided late in the day to play their game with Altavista. Thanks to the running of Kenny Landrum, Brookville won the game 16-to-nothing, and outcome and an evening that left then Altavista coach Mickey Crouch fit to be tied.))

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The Super 7 and player of the week are next, but first don't forget about the football this weekend on WDBJ-7.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12998] A college doubleheader is set for tomorrow afternoon as the Tennessee Vols take on the Florida Gators in the opener at Noon from the Swamp in Gainesville. And then at 3:30 Georgia hooks up with LSU.
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[GO TO PINNACLE 12999]
The Sunday double dip has the Jets and the Patriots at one followed by the Browns and the 49ers at four. Two days - four games right here on WDBJ-7. Friday Football Extra continues in just a moment.
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[GO TO BREAK]

[Super-7]


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Time now to check on the FOURTH Super 7 poll of the season.
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And there are a few small changes although the top five spots remain unchanged.
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[GO TO SUPER 7 CHYRON BOARD] Liberty crushes Byrd and is number one, William Campbell was postponed until Monday and Heritage was off this week. Fleming hangs on in the four spot, Bath is a solid fifth and Gretna debuts in the six spot, while Amherst holds tight at number seven.
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[go to pollbuster] And the pollbuster is Eastern Montgomery. The Mustangs are four and oh heading into an off week.
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Our Player of the week earns his third FFE award.
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Steve Mason says threes a charm for Bath County's Jacob Phillips who led the Chargers to a 42-21 win over Greenbrier East.
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[SUPER=53-Hot Springs/Last Friday Night; :00]
[SUPER=51-Jacob Phillips/106 Yards Rushing, 3 TD's, 3 INT's; :20]
[SUPER=51-John Phillips/ 2 TD Catches, 102 Yards Receiving; :47]
[SUPER=51-Will Fields/Bath County Head Coach; 1:09]
[SUPER=49-Steve Mason; 1:17]
[SUPER=53-Blacksburg; 1:52]
[SUPER=53-Charlottesville; 1:59]
[RUNS=2:21]
[OUT Q=....friday football extra"]
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((The one song Greenbrier East probably hates more than any other after last week is the Pointers Sisters we are family. Jacob Phillips and brother John played a part in all six of Bath County's touchdowns. Jacob accounted for three touchdown passes, two rushing TD's and an interception return for a score. ((:))
Of Jacob's three player of the week awards, this one means the most to him because two of his six touchdown went through his younger sibling. The two have been hunting together since they were 9 and 8 years old. They grew up playing football together and are finsihing up their final high school season together with an impressive run. They are 28 and 2 together on the Cahrgers varsity. ((:)) ((:)) ((STEVE MASON:OF ALL JACOBS IMPRESSIVE STATS PERHAPS HE IS MOST RESPECTED FOR HIS TOUGNESS. LAST SEASON HE WAS HOSPITALIZED AT UVA'S MEDICAL CENTER WITH A BRUISED HEART, A PUNCTURED LUNG, CRACKED RIBS AND A BROKEN FINGER. JUST EIGHT DAYS AFTER GETTING OUT OF INTENSIVE CARE, PHILLIPS PLAYED AND SCORED A TOUCHDOWN IN THE CHARGES STATE SEMIFINAL LOSS. HE HAS TAKEN STEPS SINCE HIS INJURIES THAT WILL KEEP HIM ON THE FIELD.)) ((:)) ((:)) Jacob has worked to market himself, attending Virginia tech's football camps. He is six foot 3 and 195 pounds, big enough for division 1-A colege football, but some bigtime college programs, like UVa where Jacob has visited, have backed off recruiting him because of his 4.7 speed. ((:)) ((:))
Phillips is fifth in his class and maintains a 3.8 grade point average. Steve Mason Friday Football Extra.))
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[talent=mike]
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Thanks so much Mase - It's time now to find out who won the tickets to the Tech-UConn game.
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[GO TO CONTEST WINNER BOARD] Women won the first four contests but tonight their winning streak ends. Congratulations to Terry Latimer- a man.
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As always thanks for carving us into your weekend - the season hits the halfway point for may teams next week. Take care everybody and have a safe weekend. [GO TO CLOSE AND CREDITS]