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Good evening folks and welcome to another edition of Friday Football Extra here on Your Hometown Station. It is officially week two of the season, and already we have some marquee matchups this early in the season. In the next 30 minutes we'll have the highlights of 13 games, our first player of the week segment, the latest Super 7 poll, and a brand new pollbuster.
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And we begin tonight at Kenneth Dobson Stadium where the number two team in the Super 7 - William Fleming took on the Pulaski County Cougars and team right on the verge of cracking the poll.
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The Colonels played with heavy hearts tonight as the grandpa of Fleming kicker Troy Dempsey passed away this morning.
Troy honored him in this special way. The Cougars strike on their opening drive of the third quarter. On the third play from scrimmage, Chad Thompson takes the hand off and finds a seam up the middle, steps outside and rolls down the sideline on a 54-yard touchdown run and the Cougars come out with a bang up 14-to-7. Fleming would answer back on the ensuing drive. Colonel quarterback Dere Hicks caps off a 78-yard drive throwing into a crowd and finds Ronny Thompson who grabs it out of the air, but Dempsey's kick is blocked and the Cougars cut the lead to 14-to-13. Move to the beginning of the fourth quarter and the Colonels strke again. On second and 10 from the Cougar 29...Hicks rolls right and connects with Thompson again for the score and the Colonels pull in front 19-to-13. The Colonels then go for two and the lead. Hicks tries to do it on his own, but is just short of the goal line. Pulaski still trails 19-to-13 win most of the 4th quarter to play.
[SUPER=50-William Fleming/19/Pulaski Co./20;]

And they would need every second. With just 12 seconds to play, Cougar quarterback Ryan Dean finds Kevin Crouse wide open down the sidelines. Crouse takes it into the end zone for the touchdown and the Cougars miraculously come back to beat Fleming in the closing seconds 20-to-19 for the biggest win in Jack Turner's young career.
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[SUPER=51-Kevin Crouse/Scored Game Winning Touchdown; :09]
[SUPER=51-Keith Smith/William Fleming Head Coach; :21]
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[OUT Q=...we congratulate them."]
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[Salem]


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The Salem Spartans played their second straight non-district home game tonight as they welcomed their longtime rivals - the Brookville Bees to the Taliaferro Complex.
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[SUPER=53-Salem/Brookville vs. Salem; :00]

A near capacitiy crowd at Salem tonight to see if the Spartans could stay unbeaten. In the first, the Spartans get it done from their own 39, as Matt Shawver gets the handoff to Andre Hairston - and he will take it around the left end as he follows his blockers, cuts back to the middle and eventually goes 61 yards to daylight for the score. It's 7-to-nothing Salem. In the second, the Bees take over on their own 31, but Steve Simms will cough up the ball and the Spartans recover on the 31 yard line. They would the turnover into a touchdown as Hairston takes it around the left end and into the clear for an easy 18 yard touchdown run. The Spartans take a 14-to-nothing lead on the Bees.
[SUPER=50-Brookville/0/Salem/31;]

Salem goes on to pitch a complete game shutout winning it 31-to-nothing over Brookville.
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One of the best rivalries of the early days of Friday Football Extra also kick-started itself tonight in the Hill City. Coaches like Bo Henson, Jimmy Green and John Walker made ths game a happening year in and year out. Tonight, Chris Jones and Ed Landis tried to reach that level.
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[SUPER=53-Lynchburg/Heritage vs. E.C. Glass; :00]

The Stadium was packed tonight as the Toppers and Pioneers looked to add a memorable chapter to this saga. We pick it up in fourth with Heritage on top 14-to-7, but here comes Glass. Ian Holmes fakes the handoff and goes right up the middle for the nine yard touchdown to tie the game at 14 midway through the final quarter. The game stayed that way through regulation and in overtime, Glass got the ball first and scored on its first play as Holmes again keeps and again gets it to make 21-to-14 Toppers. Heritage had a chance to tie, and Chris Cook takes the Wayne Ford handoff and get in from inside the one. It's 21-to-20. The Pioneers then went for two and the win, but the Ford pass is tipped. A Heritage reciever - Geoff Markey -picks it out of midair, he's tackled and another player grabs it and runs in the endzone. But the receiver was already down.
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Glass hangs on for the 21-to-20 overtime win over the Pioneers.
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The Dr. Pepper spotlight game of the week is coming up in just a moment as Steve Mason checks in from Gretna where the Hawks may have blown up the scoreboard tonight. But first let's check on some of tonight's scores and check out the Hidden Valley high school marching band. [GO TO SCORES AND BAND A]

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Welcome back one and all to Friday Football Extra. It is time now for the Dr. Pepper Spotlight game of the week. Tonight we head to Pittsylvania County where the only reigning state champ from our area was once again rolling tonight. [TOSS TO MASE AT SPOTLIGHT SET] Steve Mason was in Gretna tonight where the Hawks were once again soaring. [MASE AT SPOTLIGHT SET]
Mike, Defending state champion Gretna entered tonight's game haveing scored 76 points last week and once again Hawks quarterback Vic Hall would dominate. Dan River fought hard, but lost their best player, running back Antwan Saunders, early in the third quarter and could not stop a Gretna team that piled up 513 yards of offense. The Hawks remain unbeaten at home in coach Rob Senseney's young era.
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Now wetold you about Dan River's top player, Antwan Saunders, he is most likely out for the season with a torn ACL. We hope that is not the case.
Vic Hall now has 794 yards of total offense and 10 touchdowns in the first two games of the season. MIke

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The Magna Vista Warriors have one of the top teams in the area, they also have one of the toughest schedules. After opening last week with a loss against Fleming, the Warriors had to hit the road to take on Franklin County - another talented team trying to bounce back from an opening night loss.
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[SUPER=53-Rocky Mount/Magna Vista vs. Franklin Co.; :00]

Billy Miles had his concerns early tonight as his Eagles found themselves in a 6-to-6 deadlock in the second. But Ronnie Edwards would ease that anxiety with a little piece of mind in the form of this impressive 17 yard touchdown run to give the Eagles the lead at 13-to-6. After a turnover, Edwards is doing his thing again. This time with a 12 yard touchdown run. Edwards and the Eagles notch two touchdowns in 80 seconds to turn a tie game into a 21-to-6 lead. Ronnie would then share the love and the spotlight with his backfield mate Shane Cooper who scores from six yards out to make it 28-to-6 in the third. Magna Vista would get back on the board in the fourth.
[SUPER=50-Magna Vista/14/Franklin Co./28;]

Deshawn Strickland runs it in from nine yards out, but Franklin County runs it way to a win with the 28 to 14 win over the Warriors.
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[FFE Scores]

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[SUPER=48-Graham/35/Marion/0;]



[SUPER=48-Altavista/31/Roanoke Catholic/12;]



[SUPER=48-Tazewell/7/Lebanon/21;]



[SUPER=48-Randolph Henry/7/William Campbell/50;]



[SUPER=48-Dan River/15/Gretna/48;]



[SUPER=48-Richlands/39/Grundy/14;]



[SUPER=48-Carroll Co./7/Floyd Co./14;]



[SUPER=48-George Wythe/33/Radford/0;]



[SUPER=48-George Washington/41/Page, NC/27;]



[SUPER=48-Craig Co./6/Narrows/21;]



[SUPER=48-Brookville/0/Salem/31;]



[SUPER=48-Rural Retreat/28/Grayson Co./14;]



[SUPER=48-Liberty/13/Appomattox/6;]



[SUPER=48-Waynesboro/0/Jefferson Forest/34;]



[SUPER=48-Bath Co./0/Greenbrier East/16;]



[SUPER=48-Bland Co./0/Auburn/28;]



[SUPER=48-Tunstall/26/Chatham/32;]



[SUPER=48-James River/20/Page Co./21;]



[SUPER=48-Rockbridge Co./20/Alleghany/12;]



[SUPER=48-Lord Botetourt/17/Hidden Valley/7;]



[SUPER=48-Christiansburg/45/Giles/37;]



[SUPER=48-William Fleming/19/Pulaski Co./20;]



[SUPER=48-Pocahontas/0/E. Montgomery/40;]



[SUPER=48-Galax/33/Northwood/14;]



[SUPER=48-Covenant School/54/North Cross/36;]



[SUPER=48-E.C. Glass/21/Heritage/20;]



[SUPER=48-Dinwiddie/6/Hailfax Co./17;]



[SUPER=48-William Byrd/55/Staunton River/26;]



[SUPER=48-Riverheads/14/Stuarts Draft/28;]



[SUPER=48-W. Albemarle/6/R.E. Lee/34;]



[SUPER=48-Wilson Memorial/14/Covington/27;]



[SUPER=48-Magna Vista/14/Franklin Co./28;]



[SUPER=48-Holston/35/Castlewood/12;]



[SUPER=48-Patrick Henry/29/Amherst Co./36;]



[SUPER=48-Cave Spring/Sat./Northside/7:00;]



[SUPER=48-James Monroe/28/Oak Hill/14;]



[SUPER=48-Lynchburg Christian/41/Hargrave Military/0;]



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A little farther down the 220 corridor, the Martinsville Bulldogs tried to pick up a non-district win against Rustburg - a team that took care of business last week with a win over Group Three A member Halifax County.
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[SUPER=53-Martinsville/Rustburg vs. Martinsville; :00]

Martinsville coach Taylor Edwards had some words of wisdom for his squad before kickoff, and the players must have been all ears. Only a minute into the game, Daniel Ray takes the option from quarterback Quan Beamer and races toward the sideline for a 35 yard pick-up well into Rustburg territory. The Bulldogs had their running game clicking tonight. Steve Henderson would cap the drive with this three yard scamper. The conversion is blocked, and Martinsville leads 3-to-nothing. On their next possession, the Bulldogs again found themselves in sight of the endzone. Beamer looks for Correnzo Gamble, and the ball somehow is tipped into the hands of Mike Reid for touchdown. But an illegal procedure penalty wiped it out. But Henderson says that's OK - I'll get that six back! And he does it in a big way. From his own 18 yard line, he gets
[SUPER=50-Rustburg/6/Martinsville/27;]

the ball, and he's not going down nor is he going out of bounds. Henderson takes it 82 yards for the score. The Ville rolls tonight to a 27 to 6 win over Rustburg.
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[Amherst]


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One of the teams creating a lot of buzz in the preseason was Super 7 member Amherst County. Last week - the Lancers survived a mistake-riddled opener against Franklin County. Tonight - the Lancers looked for improvement and another win against Patrick Henry.
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[SUPER=53-Amherst/Patrick Henry vs. Amherst Co.; :00]

The little league cheerleaders from Amherst County were helping to raise the intensity tonight. Amherst needed need much help as Pierre Tinsley fakes the handoff and takes off on his own. He will get the 17 yard touchdown run to make it 6-to-nothing. In the second quarter - Tinsley will hand off to Vincent Moore, and Moore will give the home fans six more as he carries in for the 22 yard score. It's now 14-to-nothing Lancers. Patrick Henry would finally catch its breath. Mike Young hits Seth Chapman in the corner of the endzone to cap this drive. The five yard score cut the Lancers lead to 14-to-6.
[SUPER=50-Patrick Henry/29/Amherst Co./36;]

But Amherst stays unbeaten on the season with the 36 to 29 win over PH.
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More highlights are on the way from Hidden Valley, Pearisburg, and Moneta. But first - more scores - and more music this time from the Gretna Hawks marching band. [GO TO BAND B AND MORE SCORES]
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[SUPER=48-Rustburg/6/Martinsville/27;]



[SUPER=48-Graham/35/Marion/0;]



[SUPER=48-Altavista/31/Roanoke Catholic/12;]



[SUPER=48-Tazewell/7/Lebanon/21;]



[SUPER=48-Randolph Henry/7/William Campbell/50;]



[SUPER=48-Dan River/15/Gretna/48;]



[SUPER=48-Richlands/39/Grundy/14;]



[SUPER=48-Carroll Co./7/Floyd Co./14;]



[SUPER=48-George Wythe/33/Radford/0;]



[SUPER=48-George Washington/41/Page, NC/27;]



[SUPER=48-Craig Co./6/Narrows/21;]



[SUPER=48-Brookville/0/Salem/31;]



[SUPER=48-Rural Retreat/28/Grayson Co./14;]



[SUPER=48-Cave Spring/Sat./Northside/7:00;]



[SUPER=48-James Monroe/28/Oak Hill/14;]



[SUPER=48-Lynchburg Christian/41/Hargrave Military/0;]



[SUPER=48-Wilson Memorial/14/Covington/27;]



[SUPER=48-Magna Vista/14/Franklin Co./28;]



[SUPER=48-Holston/35/Castlewood/12;]



[SUPER=48-Patrick Henry/29/Amherst Co./36;]




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It's time now to stop the Friday Football Extra bus in South Roanoke County at Dwight Bogle field where the Hidden Valley Titans looked for win number two on the season against the wide open Lord Botetourt Cavaliers.
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[SUPER=53-Roanoke Co./Lord Botetourt vs. Hidden Valley; :00]

The young Titan fans were cheering on the team as the players returned from the halftime break on top of LB 7-to-nothing. But the Cavs would silence the crowd in the final two quarters. From their own 31, Matt Witt hooks up with Chaz Edmonds on the pass play. He will take it down the right sideline and pickup 43 yards on the play before he's brought down.
Two plays later with a first and goal, Witt follows a crowd in for the three yard score to tie the game at 7-all late in the third. Just inside the fourth quarter, Botetourt would again be in control. From the L.B. 33, Witt rolls to his left and fires a deep ball to a wide open Bobby Barton. He will pull in the reception and pick up 43 yards on the pitch and catch.
Witt would then find James Welch from the six for the eventual game winning score as
[SUPER=50-Lord Botetourt/17/Hidden Valley/7;]

he the touchdown makes it 14-to-7 Botetourt on top. The Cavs would add some insurance as Albert Brogan nails a 37 yarder and the Cavs score 17 unanswered to win it 17-to-7.
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The team that lost to the Titans in the final minute last week, William Byrd, hit the road on Route 24 tonight to tangle with its out of district neighbors from Staunton River in Moneta.
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[SUPER=53-Moneta/William Byrd vs. Staunton River; :00]

15 month old Michael Eubank, the son of Golden Eagles offensive line coach Dave Eubank certainly looks like a future Eagle!! This contest would see some serious long distance running. Quarterback Landon Johnson from Byrd will hook up with Aaron Connor and the two will make it a 53 yard hook up . The Terriers have a 29-to-nothing lead in the second. Byrd would get the rock back and on this second and 12, Billy Ray Welch will turnon the jets just like he did last week. This time he goes the distance on a 77 yard gallop to make it a 36-to-nothing game in favor of the Terriers. The Eagles would finally answer. Eric Poff takes the handoff and he will take it 65 yards, breaking all kinds of tackles at the end of the run to finally get the homeboys on the scoreboard. It's now a 36-to-7 game. Staunton River makes it 36-to-14 at the half, but in the third, Connor would make another statement for the visitors as he takes this one 48 yards .
[SUPER=50-William Byrd/55/Staunton River/26;]

William Byrd turns the Rumble on Route 24 into a track meet tonight with the 55 to 26 win.
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The team, who in the eyes of many, that pulled off the biggest surprise of week one - the Chrstiansburg Blue Demons was in Pearisburg tonight trying to build on that comeback win over Radford of a week ago.
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[SUPER=53-Pearisburg/Christiansburg vs. Giles; :00]

We pick it up in the third quarter with Giles on top 21-to-17 and the home fans loving it. But it would be shortlived. Christiansburg from the Giles three yard line in the third, will sneak it in for the touchdown as the Blue Demons take a 24-to-21 lead in the third quarter. The Blue Demons would keep coming in that period. This time from the 12 on a third and 5, Hoffer will find Chad Chapman on a little handoff and he carries it in to make it a 31-to-21 lead in favor of the visitors. Hoffer would stay hot in the third, scoring one more time. This time on the two yard keeper to put the Blue Demons on top 38-to-21. Hoffer would keep the heat on in the fourth. This time from the 10, he carries it in to make it a 45-to-21 game.
[SUPER=50-Christiansburg/45/Giles/37;]

Christiansburg rolls over Giles tonight 45 to 37 as everyone gets a workout tonight.
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Roanoke Catholic plays its home opener tonight. We'll have those highlights and see check on two single A games from the New River Valley. But first the final scores of week two and the Giles Spartans marching band. [GO TO BAND C]
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[SUPER=48-Liberty/13/Appomattox/6;]



[SUPER=48-Waynesboro/0/Jefferson Forest/34;]



[SUPER=48-Bath Co./0/Greenbrier East/16;]



[SUPER=48-Bland Co./0/Auburn/28;]



[SUPER=48-Tunstall/26/Chatham/32;]



[SUPER=48-James River/20/Page Co./21;]



[SUPER=48-Rockbridge Co./20/Alleghany/12;]



[SUPER=48-Lord Botetourt/17/Hidden Valley/7;]



[SUPER=48-Christiansburg/45/Giles/37;]



[SUPER=48-William Fleming/19/Pulaski Co./20;]



[SUPER=48-Pocahontas/0/E. Montgomery/40;]



[SUPER=48-Galax/33/Northwood/14;]



[SUPER=48-Covenant School/54/North Cross/36;]



[SUPER=48-E.C. Glass/21/Heritage/20;]



[SUPER=48-Dinwiddie/6/Hailfax Co./17;]



[SUPER=48-William Byrd/55/Staunton River/26;]



[SUPER=48-Riverheads/14/Stuarts Draft/28;]



[SUPER=48-W. Albemarle/6/R.E. Lee/34;]



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Welcome back everybody as we continue the week two highlights reel just off of Route 460 in Roanoke County.
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That's where the Roanoke Catholic Celtics began their second season of home games at Vineyard Park. Tonight, the Celts welcomed Altavista to town.
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[SUPER=53-Roanoke/Altavista vs. Roanoke Catholic; :00]

The Celtics were all hyped up for this one after opening the season with a win last weekend. Altavista would get the ball first, and on the second play of the game, sophomore Cedric Brooks rips off a wicked run.
He will motor 75 yards to the house to make it a very quick 7-to-0 Colonel advantage. Up 6-to-nothing - the Colonels would add some more. This time its a seven yard sweep on fourth and two as Rondell Dews gets the first down and the touchdown to make 12-to-nothing Altavista. The Colonels would just keep cranking - Marquel Rhodes runs all over the Celtics on this play as he picks up 33 yards on the first down gallop. Rhodes would then finish what he started with this touchdown run.
[SUPER=50-Altavista/31/Roanoke Catholic/12;]

Altavista breaks on top 18-to-nothing and rolls to the 31 to 12 win over Roanoke Catholic.
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Last week the George Wythe Maroons hung 62 points on their county rivals from Ft. Chiwell. Tonight, they were hoping to do the same to their longtime rivals from Radford. Last year the Maroons lost to the Bobcats in both the regular season and the regionals.
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[SUPER=53-Radford/George Wythe vs. Radford; :00]

George Wythe's Kelly Lee, a six foot 210 pound offensive guard was doing double duty tonight playing the tuba before kickoff. Also, on the home side - members of the Radford high school team from 1943 were on hand tonight to take in the game. Defense was tough on both sides in this one. Radford would finally get within scoring distance in the first, but Justin Cox's power run eventually ends in a turnover as his second, third effort allows Wythe to hang on and strip the ball. George Wythe would then find some life early in the second quarter. This busted play with turn into a gem as Collin Weisman keeps and carries the ball across midfield for 12 yards. Two plays later on a second and 14, Weisman drops back and finds a wide open Blake Yates - who snags it and takes it in for the
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first score of the night to make it a 7-to-nothing game. George Wythe beat Radford tonight 33 to 0.
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We now head to Narrows where the Green Wave hosted Craig County. Both teams came into this week two non-district encounter unbeaten at 1-and-0.
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[SUPER=53-Narrows/Craig Co. vs. Narrows; :00]

We pick this one up with Narrows on top 6-to-nothing and Joseph devouring the action and some popcorn. He would get to see Narrows come back with Wesley Underwood faking to Brandon Vaught and then keeping all the way to the endzone. It's a 58 yard scoring run and the Green Wave takes a 7-to-6 lead in the second. Less than a minute before halftime. From the 29 - Underwood would pass to John Butler. He makes the catch and picks up 10 yards on the play. Then later in the drive Vaught would take the handoff and he will take it 6 yards to set up a first and goal. Underwood would then keep it and score right before the buzzer.
[SUPER=50-Craig Co./6/Narrows/21;]

Narrows beats Craig County tonight 21 to 6 to improve to 2-and-0 on the season.
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[GO TO NFL BOARD] Remember the NFL opens this weekend, and WDBJ-7 will have the Ravens and Browns on tomorrow afternoon at one. The game will mark Deion Sanders return to the NFL, but unfortunately, Lee Suggs is listed as doubtful for the game due to a neck stinger. Lee did not practice Friday. ***THE END

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It's time for our Super 7. Two of the preseason members fell out last week, and last night had the potential to cause even more problems.

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[go to super 7] No problems for the Gretna Hawks - our number one team rolled Dan River to improve to 2-and-0.
Amherst beats PH and moves up to the two spot. Salem wins again and jumps to the three spot. Pulaski Co. debuts in the four spot. Liberty is now 5th and 2-and-0. Rockbridge is hanging in at number 6. And in the seven spot this week, is unbeaten George Wythe. The Maroons are 2-and-0.
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[GO TO POLLBUSTER] And Christiansburg is the pollbuster as the Blue Demons improve to 2-and-0 with their second - second half comeback in a row.
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Bath County fell out of the Super 7 last night after losing to Greenbrier East. It's Bath's first regular season loss since they fell to Riverheads in October of 2001.

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It's time now to hand out our first Player of the Week honor for this season. Last week against Magna Vista, William Fleming's Mijuan Curtis had no idea that he would have such an impact on the 12 point outcome. As Travis Wells explains, Curtis made just 3 plays, but it was all that the Colonels needed.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=53-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=51-Mijuan Curtis/118 Yards Rushing, 2 TD's; :09 REALLY QUICK!]
[SUPER=53-Ridgeway/William Fleming vs. Magna Vista; :19]
[SUPER=51-Keith Smith/William Fleming Head Coach; :53]
[SUPER=49-Travis Wells; 1:02]
[SUPER=54-July 2000; 1:30]
[RUNS=2:05]
[OUT Q=Friday Football Extra."]