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Good evening folks and welcome to one of the most intriguing editions of Friday Football Extra in recent years. Despite the rain, the cold and the handful of postponements that the elements precipitated - most of the big important games were played right on schedule tonight. We have the highlights of 10 games for you tonight, plus the new start times for the 10 postponed contests in the area, and we'll attempt to make some sense of the playoff situation.
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With all due respect to the other schools on this half of the state, nothing tonight could match the anticipation surrounding Salem vs. Pulaski Co. Friday Football Extra's most storied programs met tonight in a do or die winner take all Region Three, Division Four River Ridge showdown.
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The victor would get a spot in the playoffs and the right to gets some jackets silk screened with River Ridge Champs on the back of them. While the loser would miss the playoffs with despite having an 8-and-2 record. [TOSS TO STEVE AT WX SET] Steve Mason was lucky enough to be on hand for this game at Kenneth Dobson Stadium, and he now joins us at the top of the show with the details of tonight's Dr. Pepper spotlight game of the week. [STEVE AD LIBS]
Mike, two 8 and 1 teasm, two bitter rivals and two teams fighting to stay alive in the playoff race. former Pualski coach Joe Hicks was not at the game, he was scoruing the Liberty Minutemen. Willis White, the former ASalem coach, was in attendance, he was doing radio up in the booth. he would watch his former quarterback Stephen Magenbauer, a man White calls his son, win with defense as the Spartans force six turnovers in a 30 to 3 district clinching victory.
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Let's make sure to recognize what a great season Pulaski had, the Cougars finish 8 and 2 . Willis White spent a little time with Magenbauer after the game and wished him well in the playoffs and said to me, "Heck, in 19 years of playing Pualski, I never forced six turnovers."

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Region Three division four is one of the toughest in all of the state, and with only one wildcard spot available, Amherst County knew all it had to do tonight was win at home against Heritage and it was heading to playoffs - no matter what Pulaski and Salem did in their game.
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The rain was still coming down pretty hard by the time the Pioneers and Lancers kicked things off. In the first quarter Heritage's Chris Cook will make the short pass to John Mills. And Mills turn and burn for 47 yards and huge play for the visitors. Several plays later Cook will keep the ball and pick up a first down at the Amherst three, but he fumbles the ball and the Lancers' Rodney Gibson will recover for the homeboys. Late in the first, Amherst would move all the way down to the Heritage 12, and Pierre Tinsley will let Jonathan Rose takes the handoff. He will slip and slide his way a dozen yards for the score. It's 6-to-nothing after the failed two point conversion. In the second quarter, Heritage's Cook would find himself back in his own endzone passing. Tim Moss is the intended receiver, but Alonzo Poe makes the interception for the Lancers deep in Heritage territory.
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Amherst hangs on for the 20 to 0 win and
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The Liberty Minuteman claimed a spot in the Region Three division four playoff grouping by wrapping up a perfect 10-and-0 regular season tonight against Staunton River.
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The hot chocolate was flowing tonight as the Eagles tried to pull off the upset of the year. But Liberty would take advantage of its muddy home field, from the 48 O.B. Blake will get the rock to Stephen Toler who will bust one around the far end. No one is close and he is gone - 52 yards for the score and it's 7-to-nothing Minutemen. On the next possession, Blake will call his own number and this time he will take it around the right end. He picks up 20 yards and a touchdown. It's 15-to-nothing after the two point conversion. Going into the second quarter, the Minutemen are back inside the red zone. This time Toler goes right up the middle for 14 tough yards on some aggressive running. On the next play, Toler takes it in on the five yard run to make it a 22-to-nothing game in favor of Liberty.
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Late in the second, from 28 yards out Blake airs it out over the middle as Marvin Chambers makes the grab in stride for the score. Liberty wins it 43-to-7.
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Liberty finishes 10-and-0, but will likely be the number two seed in division four behind Amherst. Meaning Salem and Liberty will likely play next Friday in Bedford.

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The final spot in Region Three division four will go to the Blue Ridge district champ. That title game between the two Williams - BYRD AND FLEMING was postponed from tonight at Victory Stadium to tomorrow evening at 7:30pm. The Colonels had planned to honor alumnus John St. Clair by retiring his jersey, but that ceremony will now take place at another time.

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Besides that Fleming-Byrd game - nine other were postponed tonight. So as we check out the scoreboard keep an eye out for not only tonight's number, but the new start times for those games. Here's the Liberty marching band and part of the week 11 scoreboard. [GO TO SCORES AND BAND A]

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[SUPER=48-Fort Defiance/PPD./R.E. Lee/Sat.;]



[SUPER=48-Gretna/Sat./Appomattox/2:00;]



[SUPER=48-Franklin Co./Sat./E.C. Glass/7:00;]



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[SUPER=48-Radford/0/Floyd Co./19;]



[SUPER=48-Page Co./19/Riverheads/26;]



[SUPER=48-Cave Spring/20/Hidden Valley/7;]



[SUPER=48-Christiansburg/30/Blacksburg/0;]



[SUPER=48-Tunstall/13/Magna Vista/34;]



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[SUPER=48-Craig/16/Covington/36;]



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Region three, division three had its four playoff teams locked up before any of last night's games were played.
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But what this division lacked in suspense, it more than made up for in spirit with it rivalry games. Cave Spring and Hidden Valley squared off last night at Dwight Bogle Field in a cross-street rivalry. Route 419 is the only thing separating the two school districts and almost all of these Knights and Titans grew up together on the rec fields of south county. Last night their mission was to prove that there really is no place like home.
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Speaking of rivalries. The Blacksburg Bruins were in the rare role of underdog tonight as they hosted rival Christiansburg in their annual meeting. The Blue Demons came in playoff bound, while the Bruins had no shot at the postseason. But tonight - none of that mattered.
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Coach Dave Crist hasn't had the best of years on the field, but he became a grandfather this week with a new grand daughter - congrats to him. The Blue Demons would also wish him well and then take the Bruins to the wood shed. Daniel Smith fumbles the high snap a couple of times on the scramble and Christiansburg's Chris Riddle will recover. On the very next play from the 34, Terrell Burkes takes the handoff and motors 34 yards for the score to make it a 21-to-nothing game in the third quarter. Now in the fourth, Christiansburg would keep pouring it on. From the one - Burkes will take it in for another TD. It's now a 27-to-nothing game. Late in the fourth the Blue Demons knock in field goal
[SUPER=50-Christiansburg/30/Blacksburg/0;]

from Zach Boyd. The Blue Demons win it 30-to-0 and likely wrap up the top seed in Region Three, division three.
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[Botetourt]


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Another rivalry was smoking tonight in Daleville as Northside and Lord Botetourt got together. The two school communities share neighborhoods in the Northern part of the valley, and tonight they shared the desire to finish of the season with a win.
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The Botetourt booster club holds a raffle every year to raise money for programs at LB. Last year they gave away a car, this year the prize was five-thousand dollars.
News 7's Justin McLeod drew the winning name at halftime. Two-thousand tickets were sold.
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[VO NAT CON'T] Early in the third Northside is looking to break open a 14-to-14 game as Grandin Van Marter will go up top, only to have his pass picked off by Chris Newbrough. We'll still tied in the fourth with the Cavs on the move this time. Devon Wood gets the carry and he will tighrope down the left sideline and pick up 54 yards on the play. A few plays on second and goal, Wood takes it up the middle from six yards out to make it a 21-to-14 Cavalier lead. The Vikings would need a prayer from the Cavalier 24 yard line with two seconds to play, and Van Marter will go to the endzone looking for Steve Cauley, and LB is called for pass interference. Northside gets another shot with no time left from the 12. This time the pass is broken up by Bobby Barton.
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The Cavs win a thriller 21-to-14 over Northside.
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We'll crown a couple of more district champs after a quick break, plus we'll check out the playoff scenarios for teams in Region C. But first the rest of the scores and the Lord Botetourt marching band. [GO TO BAND B AND MORE SCORES]
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[SUPER=48-Northwood/13/P.H. Glade Spring/31;]



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Friday Football Extra rolls on tonight as we now head down route route 460 to Pearisburg.
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The Giles Spartans got the job done in their must win game last Friday night against Floyd County. But tonight, in order to sew up the Three Rivers title outright they needed to take care of business against a dangerous Glenvar team.
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The towel man on the Giles sideline was the busiest person in the stadium tonight. And you just can't make mistakes against Giles. Later in the quarter Andrew Williams flies in the first Spartans and blocks the Glenvar punt to give the Giles the ball. Giles' T.J. Hamilton would then try to turn it into points as he picks up 11 yards on thisd carry moving the ball down to the 4. Ricky Cook would then carry the mail across the line for the TD.
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Giles has fight its way in a tough one, but the Spartans prevail 28 to 14 claim the Three Rivers title.
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Meanwhile, back in Floyd the Buffaloes weren't so much licking their wounds from a week ago, but rather trying to make sure they got into theplayoffs. Floyd needed to beat Radford to make it. A Floyd loss would open the door for George Wythe to get the wildcard spot in Region C Division Two.
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It was parents' night in Floyd as senior football players, band members and cheerleaders were all recognized with Mom and Dad before the game. However, the visitors from Radford would try to spoil the fun as they needed a win to avoid a losing season. Both teams had trouble hendling the wet ball early as there were four first half fumble including this one by Floyd's Chris Collins, as Radford recovers. But after giving it right back to the Buffs, the Bobcats would get a taste of Floyd's air attack. Daniel Grim finds a sliding Brandon Dooley for a 10 yard touchdown to make it 7-to-nothing in the first. Now in the second, Grim will again go upstairs - this time looking for Mike Davis. He comes back for the catch and that's what playing smart will do for you. It's a 28 yard touchdown and Floyd is up 13-to-nothing at the break. It would be more of the same in the second half. Grim finds his man Brandon Dooley again, and he will break a tackle and race down the sideline gaining 26 yards to the Bobcats' 17 yard line. Chris Collins will finish off the drive running over the defender and scoring from five yards out. Floyd leads 19-to-nothing.
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The defense would preserve the shutout as Mister do it all - Daniel Grim gets the interception. Floyd records the 19-to-nothing win over Radford.
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The Bath County Chargers were out to claim the Pioneer district outright tonight as they traveled to Buchanan to battle James River. Believe it or not both teams came into the game under 500 with 4 and 5 overal records.
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The Knights were jacked up tonight hoping to hand Bath County its first district loss since way back in 1999. The Chargers would get busy on their first drive, however, as Dusty Wood caps the drive with a one yard dash to the left side. It's 7-to-0 Chargers early in this thing. But the Knights would answer right back on their first possession as Josh Harris gets the rock, and he will take off. Harris will motor 71 yards on the play before he hits the zone, and we're all tied at 7-all. The Chargers would then get a taste of the Knights defense as Matt Bryant gets Jerroun Durrette for the loss behind the line of scrimmage. Early in the second, the Knights would let Chris
[SUPER=50-Bath Co./35/James River/14;]

Goad give Bath something else to ponder as he goes in off left tackle for the TD. The Knights take the lead, and take the win 35 to 14.
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It's time now to get to your phone and pass out yet another invitation to the Friday Football Extra awards banquet that's coming up on December 15th at the Salem Civic Center. This is week five of the 7 week contest. And keep in mind that the winning caller tonight also gets entered in the drawing for our Friday Football Extra grand prize - the $15 hundred dollar Elway Collection recliner from Bassett and Virginia Furniture Market. It's a great prize and we want you have it, so let's do it!
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We are as always looking for the 7th caller Just dial 1-866-WIN-WDBJ. Again, that's 1-866-WIN-WDBJ. We'll have the name of tonight's qualifier for you at the end of tonight's edition of Friday Football Extra. Private school action from North Cross is on the way.
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Welcome back to Friday Football Extra as we get set to check out the final highlights from the final night of the regular season.
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The North Cross Raiders opened up the division one state private school playoffs this afternoon with a home date against Brunswick Academy from Lawrenceville - which is south of Richmond and just 55 miles frmo Rocky Mount, North Carolina.

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Head coach Jim Muscaro and his Raiders earned the right to host this game in the opening round of the division one playoffs. They also took advantage of the familiar surroundings on the first play from scrimmage as James Revercomb hands off to Jonathan Edwards, who goes right and remains untouched for the 61 yard TD run. It's 7-to-nothing Raiders. The Vikings would then have the ball on theor own 30, and quarterback Daniel Will and Russell Horn will mess up the handoff, and Patrick McNamara recovers for the Raiders. They would turn the turnover into a TD as Edwards barrels over te right side for 6 more. The Raiders take a 14-to-nothing lead with 1:24 left in the first quarter. Then with just 3:45 left in the first half - the Raiders would strike again as Revercomb hands off to Edwards - who is met at the line of scrimmage, but escapes and sprints down the sideline for the TD.
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The Raiders advance to the second round with the 34 to 0 win over Brunswick.
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Now the Raiders will be home next week as they play for the Division One championship, the problem is that they likely will not be able to play on Friday. That's an exam day at the school, meaning no chance for an early afternoon game, and the liklihood and the contest will be played on Saturday.

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Still to come on this raw night - the final Super 7 poll of the season, plus the latest player of the week and we'll also find out the name of this week's winner in the Elway Fan Giveaway contest.
Friday Football Extra continues in just a moment after this quick word from some of our sponsors. [GO TO BREAK]

[Super-7]


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The FINAL Super 7 of the season features some shakeup in the four through seven spots, but no change at the top.
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[go to super 7] The Gretna Hawks will finish out tonight against Appomattox and likely go to 10-and-0. Liberty closes out a perfect 10-and-0 season. George Washington is at Halifax today at noon. Salem locks down the four spot.
Rockbridge which finished up last week moves up to number five. Amherst and Christiansburg round out the final Super 7.
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[GO TO POLLBUSTER] And the pollbuster is George Wythe. The Maroons finish the season 9-and-1 with one of the top ten power ratings in all of division two - yet they do not make the playoffs in Region C.
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Our Player of the Week is small in stature, but William Byrd's Billy Ray Welch was a big man on campus this week


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after leading the Terriers to a 28 to 7 win over Lord Botetourt on homecoming. Travis Wells says that size really just doesn't matter when it comes to Billy Ray.
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((Billy Ray Welch is listed at 5-9, 150 pounds. William Byrd Head Coach Jeff Highfill admits that might be a stretch. But there was nothing small about Welch's performance against Lord Botetourt. The senior rushed for 219 yards on 30 carries, scoring twice in the 21 point win. He also completed all four of his passes for 43 yards. Not bad for a tailback, masquerading as a quarterback.
Jeff:
Welch's favorite school subject is math, and he's kept the Byrd statisticians busy this season, rambling for more than 15 hundred yards and 19 TD's, but most importantly, he's tuned out those who said his size didn't add up.
Billy Ray: Jeff:
Travis: Billy Ray: Jeff:
Making the win over Botetourt more special for Welch was meeting up with cousin James Welch, a running back and linebacker for the Cavaliers. Travis Wells, Friday Football Extra.))
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Thanks Trav, and as always thanks for watching Friday Football Extra. Before we head out I need to say congratulations to
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Karon Ould of Appomattox - tonight's winner in the John Elway Friday Football Extra banquet contest. Karon is coming to the banquet on December 15th, and she is now entered to win the $15 hundred dollar Elway Collection Bassett recliner from Bassett Furniture and Virginia Furntiture Market.
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The first week of the playoffs - the regional semi-finals - is next Friday night. Until then take care and thanks for watching everybody. [go to break]