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Good evening once again everybody and welcome to Friday Football Extra. The temperatures dropped tonight for the first time season, but in many venues the action on the field stayed rather warm - in fact it was smoking at our spotlight game of the week in Gretna.
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We'll get to that in just a moment, but first let's head over to South Roanoke County and Dwight Bogle Stadium where the unbeaten Cave Spring Knights took on county rival William Byrd on Homecoming 2003.
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[SUPER=53-Roanoke Co./William Byrd vs. Cave Spring; :00]

The Knights crowned Sarah Combiths this year's queen and one of Cave's players Ben Bredenkamp was named King. But he quickly decided to be a Knight for the second half as try to erase Byrd's 6-to-nothing lead. Cave Spring quarterback Kenny Horan will go to the air and he will connect with number 23 Matt Currie, and the senior will pick up 19 yards on the play, but the drive would come up empty. Byrd would then go on the offensive. Aaron Connor would play the role of the workhorse for the Terriers as he gets the call, gets some room and picks up solid yardage on the ground. Cave Spring would feel the need to score in the fourth. This time Horan will hook up with Sam Cole for the 13 yard pickup, but again the Knights could not find the endzone. Byrd would regain control and clinch the win with a 25 play, clock crunching drive - capped by this 2 yard keep by Jeff Highfill.
[SUPER=50-William Byrd/12/Cave Spring/6;]

William Byrd gets the 12-to-six win and hands Cave its first loss of the year.
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[Liberty]


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Friday Football Extra's number one team was home tonight for a homecoming date of its own. In fact, the unbeaten Minutemen had a date with the unbeaten Red Devils from Rustburg.
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[SUPER=53-Bedford/Rustburg vs. Liberty; :00]


A nice night for some home COOKING during homeCOMING weekend in Bedford..
First quarter action, Liberty would strike first.. number 7, Chris Spinner starts up the middle then cuts it back outside, 21 yards for the score, 7-nothing Minutemen..
Rustburg with the ball, David Freeman drops back to pass and he just gets leveled by big Nathan Bryant, the senior tackle with the six-yard loss..
Devils trying to make something happen on offense, Steven Tweedy calling the plays this time, tries to pass then tucks it in.. the ball comes loose and Liberty pounces on it..
[SUPER=50-Rustburg/13/Liberty/31;]


The Minutemen would capitalize three plays later as O.B. Blake calls his own number, finds some room on the outside and takes it in for the ten-yard score, 14-nothing Liberty..
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[River]


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The Amherst County Lancers have also been smoking this season. They came into tonight's game in Moneta against Staunton River with a gaudy 5-and-0 mark.
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[SUPER=53-Moneta/Amherst Co. vs. Staunton River; :00]

The Golden Eagles found themselves down but not out trailing 20-to-7 at halftime. Staunton River would give up a field goal to start the third, but then Craig Oliver takes it up the middle and he will take it in for the score. It's now 23-to-13. The Golden Eagles got a field goal themselves and then another TD. Wiley Foxx takes off down the right sideline and he will carry the mail all the way to five yard line before he's stopped on the play. Jamar Nichols will then sweep right and right in for the score. The game is now tied at 23-all early in the fourth quarter. Amherst would get itself off the mat and Chris Parrish will complete a clock eating drive with the score.
[SUPER=50-Amherst Co./30/Staunton River/23;]

The Lancers stay unbeaten, but not without a struggle winning it Amherst County wins it 30 to 23.
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[Heritage]


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The other remaining unbeaten the Seminole - the Heritage Pioneers tried to get back on its feet after losing its quarterback, but pulling off an overtime win against Jefferson Forest last week.
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[SUPER=53-Lynchburg/Patrick Henry vs. Heritage; :00]


Start things off with one of the few offensive highlights for Patrick Henry.. Muhammed Greco with the 38-yarder to pull P-H within four, 10-to-6 in the third quarter..
Patriots with the ball again, last play of the quarter, Mike Young looking to pass.. you hear that siren? Call the police because Donnie Alexander just stole this pass, stopping the Patrick Henry drive..
Both teams made lots of mistakes, but Heritage had enough to survive, Chris Cook takes the handoff and somehow finds his way through the line for the 10-yard score.. Pioneers on top 16-to-6..
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That's how it would end as P-H and Mike Young couldn't find the end zone all night, Heritage stays unbeaten.. Patriots still looking for that first "W".
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The spotlight game of the night is coming up soon as Travis Wells checks in from tonight's eventful happenings in Gretna where the Hawks Vic Hall was the center of attention in more ways than one. But first the opening batch of week six scores. [GO TO SCORES AND BAND A]

[FFE Scores]

[SUPER=48-Abingdon/14/Graham/49;]



[SUPER=48-Massanutten/6/Roanoke Catholic/45;]



[SUPER=48-Blacksburg/35/Northside/7;]



[SUPER=48-Broadway/20/Rockbridge Co./24;]



[SUPER=48-Auburn/8/Narrows/34;]



[SUPER=48-Nelson Co./13/Appomattox/28;]



[SUPER=48-Patrick Co./3/Fieldale-Collinsville/40;]



[SUPER=48-Pocahontas/0/Bland Co./30;]



[SUPER=48-Grayson Co./18/Giles/35;]



[SUPER=48-Hidden Valley/19/Alleghany/28;]



[SUPER=48-Northwood/8/George Wythe/24;]



[SUPER=48-Wilson Memorial/14/Riverheads/55;]



[SUPER=48-JJ Kelly/61/Betsy Lane/6;]



[SUPER=48-James River/15/E. Montgomery/19;]



[SUPER=48-Franklin Co./33/William Fleming/29;]



[SUPER=48-William Campbell/21/Gretna/61;]



[SUPER=48-Radford/37/Parry McCluer/7;]



[SUPER=48-Grundy/21/Marion/13;]



[SUPER=48-Jefferson Forest/16/Brookville/13;]



[SUPER=48-Magna Vista/30/Bassett/0;]



[SUPER=48-Lord Botetourt/13/Glenvar/18;]



[SUPER=48-Rustburg/13/Liberty/31;]



[SUPER=48-Va. Episcopal/50/Altavista/22;]



[SUPER=48-Chilhowie/27/John Battle/14;]



[SUPER=48-Patrick Henry/6/Heritage/16;]



[SUPER=48-Spotsylvania/24/Halifax Co./16;]



[SUPER=48-Amherst Co./30/Staunton River/23;]



[SUPER=48-William Byrd/12/Cave Spring/6;]



[SUPER=48-Dan River/44/Laurel Park/48;]



[SUPER=48-Stuarts Draft/36/R.E. Lee/44;]



[SUPER=48-Tunstall/14/Martinsville/7;]



[SUPER=48-North Cross/21/Fuqua/7;]



[SUPER=48-LCA/54/Christchurch/27;]



[Gretna]


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We head to Pittsylvania County where it was a battle of Dogwood unbeatens tonight between William Campbell and Gretna. The Dogwood has taken some flack in recent weeks for being a hybrid district with both double A and single A teams.


Travis Wells spent the night in Gretna and says that the league is worthy of a little more respect.
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[TRAVIS FULL]
Mike, just to show folks how good Gretna is this season. Last year, the Hawks lost to William Campbell in overtime, this year, they beat a playoff contender with a big time division one tailback in Cedric Peerman by 40 points.


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The William Fleming Colonels returned to Victory Stadium tonight trying to shake off last week's debacle against Salem. But it's not that easy to turn things around against a team like Franklin County - tonight's opponent.
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[SUPER=53-Roanoke/Franklin Co. vs. William Fleming; :00]

It was an absolutely beautiful night at Victory Stadium as the sky provided a picturesque backdrop for the Colonels and Eagles. The Eagles come out strong on an 8 play drive. This 18 yard run by Ronnie Edwards will get Franklin County on board first as he straps on the Eagle wings and soars in. 7-to-0 Eagles. Fleming would make sure the Eagles knew that they were ready to break out of their funk. Julius Childress bobbles it, then gets a handle and then returns the rock deep into Franklin County territory. The Eagles' defense then got stingy stopping the Colonels on three straight plays to force a fourth and one situation.

[super=50-Franklin Co./33/William Fleming/29;]

The Colonels respond as Donnell Blake keeps and scores on the far side. But William Fleming falls to Franklin County tonight 33 to 29.
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[Alleghany]


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South Roanoke County was looking to make a clean sweep of the Alleghany Mountaineers tonight. Last Friday, Cave Spring topped the Mounties, tonight Hidden Valley was trying to do the same.
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[SUPER=53-Low Moor/Hidden Valley vs. Alleghany; :00]

In Low Moor tonight the Mounties' band was busting move in the stands as Randall Allen was busting a second half move on the field. The Mounties trailed the Titans 13-to-7, but not for long as Allen rolls in on the short 8 yard TD stretch. It's now 13-all after the missed kick. The Mountaineers would then get a Titan turnover and Allen will make them pay as he pounds it up the middle and scores again. Allen finished the night with 250 yards rushing on 37 carries. It's 21-to-13 after the 2 point conversion. But the Titans would get some inspiration by taking it up top. Brad Oliver hits Jud Carte on the slant pattern and he will take it to the far side and pick up 32 yards before he's corralled. A few plays later - Oliver connects with Nick Viar across the middle on the nine yard TD. The Titans cut the lead to 21-to-19.
[SUPER=50-Hidden Valley/19/Alleghany/28;]

But Alleghany prevails with the 28-to-19 win over the Titans.
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Four more sets of highlights are on deck including Roanoke Catholic's inaugural game in its new home. But first the rest of tonight's scores and the Gretna Marching Band. [GO TO SCORES AND BAND B]
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[SUPER=48-Dan River/44/Laurel Park/48;]



[SUPER=48-Dan River/44/Laurel Park/48;]



[SUPER=48-Abingdon/14/Graham/49;]



[SUPER=48-Massanutten/6/Roanoke Catholic/45;]



[SUPER=48-Blacksburg/35/Northside/7;]



[SUPER=48-Broadway/20/Rockbridge Co./24;]



[SUPER=48-Auburn/8/Narrows/34;]



[SUPER=48-Nelson Co./13/Appomattox/28;]



[SUPER=48-Patrick Co./3/Fieldale-Collinsville/40;]



[SUPER=48-Pocahontas/0/Bland Co./30;]



[SUPER=48-Grayson Co./18/Giles/35;]



[SUPER=48-Hidden Valley/19/Alleghany/28;]



[SUPER=48-Northwood/8/George Wythe/24;]



[SUPER=48-Wilson Memorial/14/Riverheads/55;]



[SUPER=48-JJ Kelly/61/Betsy Lane/6;]



[SUPER=48-James River/15/E. Montgomery/19;]



[SUPER=48-Franklin Co./33/William Fleming/29;]



[SUPER=48-William Campbell/21/Gretna/61;]



[SUPER=48-Radford/37/Parry McCluer/7;]



[SUPER=48-Grundy/21/Marion/13;]



[Rockbridge]


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Welcome back to Friday Football Extra's week six highlight reel.
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Let's now make our way into Lexington and check on the Valley district showdown tonight between the Rockbridge County Wildcats and Broadway Gobblers from up in Rockingham County.
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[SUPER=53-Lexington/Broadway vs. Rockbridge Co.; :00]

It was a big welcome home time tonight for the Lexington National Guard unit that just got home from a 10 month tour of duty at Guantanamo Bay. Welcome home second battalion, 116th infantry, Bravo Company. The Wildcats are on the prowl late in the first as Chase Prasnicky has his pass picked off by Broadway's John Jacobs who gets the ball back in the hands of his offensive mates. The Gobblers will then make their move from their own 41 as John Billhimer hands off to Damien Organ who cuts into the open and picks up 35 yards on the carry. On the next play Jacobs takes it up the right side, cuts it back and scores from 24 yards out to put Broadway on top.


[SUPER=50-Broadway/20/Rockbridge Co./24;]

But Rockbridge County rallies to get right back in the valley dsitrict hunt with the 24-to-20 win.
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[Blacksburg]


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The Blacksburg Bruins were in the valley tonight takingon Northside. The artist formerly known as the Indians was hoping to get to 4-and-1, while Northside was just hoping anything positive after starting off the year 0-and-5.
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[SUPER=53-Roanoke Co./Blacksburg vs. Northside; :00]

The Northside Cheerleaders had their work cut out for them down 28-to-nothing to start the third. Blacksburg would make that margin even wider with a early score in the third from Ross Campbell. Blacksburg is now on top 35-to-nothing. With a minute and 46 to play in the game Northside would avoid the shutout as Shane Anthony takes the pass from Ben Creasy and the 13 yard hookup will get the Vikes in scoring position. Chris Hobson would plow
[super=50-Blacksburg/35/Northside/7;]

through the middle for the final TD of the night, but it's only cosmetic. Blacksburg wins it 35 to 7.
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[OUT Q=...BE ABLE TO MAKE."]
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[Glenvar]


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Lord Botetourt and Glenvar came into tonight's game with two Brian Hooker disciples coaching their respective teams. But they had some very un-Hookerlike records and a combined 0-and-9 mark.
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[SUPER=53-Roanoke Co./Lord Botetourt vs. Glenvar; :00]

Some future Highlanders were doing everything they could to fire up the Glenvar offense tonight. The Highlanders with a second and seven from the 8 - will let Daniel Ayers hand off Carter Brown. He will take it around the end for the TD. It's their first offensive touchdown of the season! It's 6-to-nothing. Lord Botetourt would try to hollar back. Jason Foutz will turn a second and 11 from the 43 into a first down as he picks up a dozen on the carry. The Cavs would cap that drive with Foutz taking in right up the middle for the score. The Extra point is good and it's 7-to-6 Lord Botetourt.
[SUPER=50-Lord Botetourt/13/Glenvar/18;]

The Cavs would get close again in the second. And on this fourth and one - Matt Witt sneaks it in for the score. It's now 13-to-6 LB. Glenvar wins it 18 to 13.
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[Catholic]


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The Roanoke Catholic Celtics finally got to play a home game tonight at their brand new facility as they hosted Massanutten Military.
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[SUPER=53-Roanoke Co./Massanutten vs. Roanoke Catholic; :00]

For years the Celtics have played at Victory Stadium, but tonight they opened their new more intimate facility at Vineyard Park in Roanoke County. The field is a cooperative effort between the Celtics and the county's parks and rec department. Catholic looked to score the first points on this field and from the Massanutten six, Aaron Johnson goes right up the middle for the score. The kicks is good and the Celtics are on top 7-to-nothing. Catholic would come calling again later in the first half. This time from the 47, Jeff Haas, will take the hand off, hit the hole and take it to his left. He will take it to the house for Catholic and it's now 14-to-nothing Celtics. Now in the second - Catholic from the visitors' 11 - Johnson will
[super=50-Massanutten/6/Roanoke Catholic/45;]

bang in for his second touchdown of the night. Roanoke Catholic wins its second in a row with the 45 to 6 victory.
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[Contest]


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Highlights from Single Pearisburg and Narrows are coming up - but right now let's give away some more football tickets.
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[GO TO CONTEST BOARD] I'm looking for the 7th caller to win a pair to the Virginia Tech - Syracuse game on Saturday - October 11th. Dial (1-866-WIN-WDBJ) Again, be the 7th caller and get a pair of tickets to see the Cuse and Hokies. We'll have the winner for you later in the show.
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[go to break]

[Giles]


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Welcome back one and all to Friday Football Extra as we prepare to wrap-up tonight's highlights.
[GRAPHIC=GILES/GRAYSON]

It's time now to check on tonight's Grayson County at Giles game - a contest that figured to be rather tight throughout.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=53-Pearisburg/Grayson Co. vs. Giles; :00]

The Hawk was out in Pearisburg tonight as the temperatures took a nice little drive. We pick it up in the third and Giles clinging to a 14-to-12 lead. Grayson is trying to even it up and Brandon Haga will pass the rock to Josh Nelson. He will make the catch and pick up 21 yards on the play for the Blue Devils. Haga would then complete the drive with Aaron Johnson dashing in from the 12 yard line. The conversion is no good, but Grayson leads it 18-to-14. Giles would come back on its home turf later in the third. Michael Conley hands off to Michael Shaver who will pass the pill to Shawn Jones for 12 yards and a first down.
[super=50-Grayson Co./18/Giles/35;]

Giles would then go Conley to Shaver to Thomas Ohlinger who carries it in for the TD. The Spartans beat Grayson County 35 to 18.
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[Narrows]


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A little further west on route 460 the Green Wave of Narrows was in action against unbeaten Auburn out of the Three Rivers district.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=53-Narrows/Auburn vs. Narrows; ;00]

The Green Wave and its fans piled in for homecoming 2003 at Ragsdale Field. Narrows would also look to jump in the endzone early. Jake Lewis hands off to Michael Farley, and he will take it down the field for a 24 yard gain, breaking tackles in the process. Brandon Spicer would cap the drive with this one yard power plunge that breaks the plane. It's 6-to-nothing. Auburn would try to get back in the think of things with some help from its special teams. Joe Kinzer flies in and blocks the punt.
[SUPER=50-Auburn/8/Narrows/34;]

Anthony Barnes recovers for the Eagles. The Green Wave wins tonight 34 to 8.
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[Flashback]


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It's time now for tonight's Flashback segment. And tonight we're turning back the clock to 1993 when the honored the smallest player of the week in the history of this program.
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[SUPER=54-October 15, 1993; :24]
[SUPER=53-Harrisonburg/1998; :49]
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[OUT Q=...TO TIKI BARBER."]
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(( Super sized, not so super sized - but still VERY SUPER! At barely five feet three inches tall and 130 pounds - Fieldale Collinsville's Delvin Joyce earned player of the week honors on October 15th of 1993 for his work against the Martinsville Bulldogs. ((Joyce:)) Joyce had an interception and 9 tackles on defense. He also scored three touchdowns, averaged 31 yards kick return and caught 5 passes for 173 yards including this 81 yarder. ((JOYCE:)) Joyce refused to let his lack of size hinder him in college. JMU took a chance on him, and when he graduated from the Dukes he finished with 1260 yards rushing and a school record 33 hundred and 90 return yards. By then he was all of 5 7" and 181 pounds. He went undrafted, but was signed as a free agent by the New York Giants where he is now in his second year as a kick returner and a back-up to Tiki Barber.))

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Later today the college doubleheader we have for you feaures NC State and Georgia Tech at Noon from the ACC. That will be followed up by Alabama and Georgia from the SEC.
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[wipe to pinnacle nfl] And you can catch Delvin Joyce and the Giants in action right here on Your Hometown Station Sunday afternoon at one as they take on the Miami Dolphins.
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[Super-7]


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Let's now check in on the sixth Super 7 poll of the season as the ranks of the unbeaten continue to be thinned out on a weekly basis.
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More changes last night including a major leap by a group of Hawks.
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[GO TO SUPER 7 CHYRON BOARD] Liberty rolls previously unbeaten Rustburg and remains a rock solid number one, Gretna beats former number 2 William Campbell 61-to-21 and as result jumps from 5th to 2nd this week. Heritage won another tough one to stay third. Bath was off this week. Amherst improves to 6-and-0 and is now 5th. Carroll County debuts in the 6 spot. The Cavs were off last night. And William Byrd is now 7th this week.
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[go to pollbuster] And the pollbuster is Eastern Montgomery. The Mustangs nipped James River last night to stay perfect on the season. They are now 5-and-0.
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[Player]


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Our Player of the week has made his father and his coach equally as proud, that's because his father and coach are the same person.
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Steve Mason says Jeff Highfill Jr. plays for the love of the game and not because William Byrd coach Jeff Highfill pushes him. That passion fore the game turned into a huge win over Christiansburg Last Friday.
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[SUPER=51-Jeff Highfill Sr./William Byrd Head Coach; 1:35]
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[OUT Q=....friday football extra"]
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Thanks so much Mase. Highfill also can say something few kids can - he finished his career as a starting quarterback 3-and-0 against Salem.
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[GO TO WINNER'S BOARD] Speaking of winners - tonight's winner of the pair of tickets to the Tech - Syracuse game on Saturday - October 11th is Marley Stiltner from Lexington, but not Virginia. We're talking about Lexington, KENTUCKY. Her boyfriend lives in Radford and they doubleteamed the phones to win the big tickets. Next week we'll have two tickets to the UVa-Florida State game for you.
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Thanks for joining us tonight. We'll be back here next Friday night for week seven of the regular season. Don't forget about the Western Virginia Education Classic tomorrow at 4pm at Victory Stadium as Virginia Union takes on St. Augustines. The game is just a part of the party. [GO TO BREAK] Take care everybody. Have a safe weekend.