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GRAPHIC=FFE Good evening everybody and


welcome to another season of Friday
Football Extra. Tonight, we fire up
our 22nd season of the best in high
school football in southwest and
central Virginia.

Now this was supposed to be a
rain free opening night, and even
thought the wet stuff made an unwelcome
appearance tonight, our crews still
managed to hit the road and bring back
the highlights from Bluefield to Max
Meadows to Lynchburg to Victory
Stadium.

In the next half hour we'll have
the highlights of 7 games, plus the
first Super 7 of the season and we'll
tell about this year's contest that can
get you and a friend to the ACC
championship game in Jacksonville.

GRAPHIC=C'BURG/RADFORD We begin tonight with a coach


entering his 35th- season at Radford in
Norm Lineburg and a another beginning
his second season at Christiansburg in
Tim Cromer.

The Bobcats played host to the
Blue Demons on opening night at Bobcat
Stadium.


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*CG ffeloc Radford
Christiansburg vs. Radford On a damp August evening Lineburg :00 took the field for his 47th overall
year in coaching.

But on the other side Nick
Thompson would get his own team fired
up, and we;ll hear more from him all
night long.

The Bobcats open up the action in
the first quarter as Bryan Holbrook
gets the handoff to Ben Chandler and he
will over the middle and pick up some
nice yardage, but those plays were few
and far between for Radford.

The Demons would take over on
their 14 yard line and Andrew Hoffer
will hand off to Thompson, and watch
him take it off the right side and
stretch this run out for 21 yards.

Several plays later, Thompson
will again bounce one outside, down the
sideline and this time he gets in the
endzone for the 12 yard score to make
it 7-to-nothing.

The Bobcats with possesion on
their own 38 will have Caleb Meeks at

the controls, but his pass his picked
off by who else but Thompson. He gets
it at midfield, picks up some nice
blocks and he will take it all the way
to the house for the score. It's now
14-to-nothing Blue Demons.

Christiansburg would begin the
second half with a 71 yard drive
featuring this Hoffer run around the
left side. He will pick up 22 yard on
the carry before he's stopped.

*CG 851 FINAL SCORE

A couple of plays later, Chad
Chapman takes the handoff to drive in
from the one and it's a 21-to-nothing
game.

The Blue Demons win it
28-to-nothing.

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GRAPHIC=FLOYD/CARROLL CO. Radford's fellow Three Rivers


district member Floyd County was also
at home tonight for a non-district game
as Carroll County came to town on

opening night.

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*CG ffeloc Floyd
Carroll Co. vs. Floyd Co. The Floyd County Buffaloes roared :00 into their home opener hoping to
improve over some of their preseason
scrimmages.

The Buffs would make a statement
right off the bat in the first quarter
as John Mathis takes the handoff and
picks up 57 yards as he hits the left
side and rolls right at us before he's
knocked out of bounds. The Buffs are
in business deep in Carroll territory
at the 23.

That led to this one yard TD run
by Kevin Baker. Floyd is on top
7-to-nothing in thet first quarter.

Carroll County would respond with
a 40 yard punt return. Brad Austin
fields the ball and does a nice job of
eluding defenders as he finds the
sideline and gets into Floyd territory.

That set up this 15 yard
touchdown scamper by Willie Yates and
Carroll comes back to tie the game at
seven-all.


Floyd County got the pass going
again. This time Cody Burrier makes
the catch on the pass from Matthew
Browning and the two hook up for 28
yards.

Mathis would later finish off
that drive with a 5 yard touchdown run
and that puts the Floyd on top 14-to-7
at that point in the second quarter.

Carroll County would not be
denied tonight though as Yates takes
the handoff and he will break it to the
outside for 26 yards as the Cavs are
again in scoring position.
*CG 855 FINAL SCORE

Joel Armentrout would get in on
10 yard score to give Carroll the
momentum and eventually the win as the
Cavs beat Floyd 31-to-22.



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GRAPHIC=FFE The week one highlights reel is


just getting warmed up.

We'll check on two monster
rivalry games for this early in the

season when we come back.

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VO-NAT Fleming and Patrick Henry met


tonight at Victory Stadium and Graham
and Bluefield hooked up this evening at
Mitchell Stadium.

But first - let's take a complete
look at the week one scoreboard and the
Radford Bobcats Marching band.
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*CG 651
*CG 652
*CG 653
*CG 655
*CG 656
*CG 657
*CG 658
*CG 659
*CG 660
*CG 661
*CG 662
*CG 663
*CG 664
*CG 665
*CG 666

*CG 667
*CG 668

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GRAPHIC=FFE We open this morning with the Dr.


Pepper Spotlight Game of the Week.

GRAPHIC=FLEMING PH The newly configured Victory


Stadium played host to the Star City's
annual showdown as Patrick Henry
tangled with William Fleming.

GRAPHIC=SPOTLIGHT GAME Grant Kittelson was inside the


stadium and had a chance to observe not
only the play on the field, but the
setup that was in place for fans.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke
William Fleming vs. Patrick Henry


*CG ffe2line Kelvin Ford
William Fleming Wide Receiver


*CG ffe2line Bob Gray
Patrick Henry Head Coach



*CG ffe2line Keith Smith
William Fleming Head Coach


*CG ffe2line Dwayne Priest
William Fleming Running Back


*CG 852





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GRAPHIC=FFE An emotional night in Bluefield


this evening as the Graham G-Men took
the field for the first time in 31

years without coach Glynn Carlock.

The story surrounding tonight's
border battle between Graham and
Bluefield is coming up, plus James
Monroe came across the border tonight
looking for a win against Narrows.

But first -

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VO-NAT All of us at Friday Football


Extra would like to say thanks to one
of most loyal supporters.


Martha Gregory of Roanoke has
been taking care of us for years, and
tonight she dropped off this great cake
to help up celebrate our 22nd season.

We'll be right back with the Dr.
Pepper spotlight game of the week in
just a moment.
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GRAPHIC=GRAHAM/BLUEFIELD Graham and Bluefield got together


last night at Mitchell Stadium just on
the other side of the Virginia state
line.

The G-Men and Beavers have been
playing each other since 1911, but last
night there was something obviously
missing from the rivalry.

Glynn Carlock, the head coach at
Graham for 31 years died back on

August 8th after contracting
Creutzfeld-Jakob Disease.

The rare brain disorder was
diagnosed on July 25th at the
University of Virginia.

Carlock was taken to the Westwood
medical center in Bluefield four days
after the diagnosis and he died less
than two weeks after he was admitted at
the age of 67.

Last night, his memory lived on.

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*CG ffeloc Bluefield, WV
Bluefield vs, Graham
:00


*CG ffe2line Robert Henry

Graham Senior Tailback
:20


*CG ffe2line Jon Bovenizer
Graham Senior Tackle
:41


*CG ffe2line Doug Marrs
Graham Head Coach
1:08


*CG 856
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(END SOT) It takes one about two steps


inside Graham high school to feel Coach
Carlock's presence. The hall of fame
coach who watched over young men for 31
seasons now watches over the foyer of
the high school and those who continue
to walk the halls.

BITES OF PLAYERS

Carlock won two state titles at
Graham - and his teams won 244 games in
his 31 year tenure. The school is
honoring the coach this season by
having him grace the cover of all of

the home game programs and also with a
decal with a special decal on thier
helmets.

BITE OF COACH

NAT SOUND

For the first time in more than
three decades the G-Men boarded the
team bus after their team meal without
Carlock.

His friend Doug Marrs is now in
charge of the Graham program after
serving as Carlock's assistant for 25
years.

BITE OF COACH

The 11 thousand fans in
attendance observed a moment of silence
before kickoff.

After that Bluefield would waste
absolutely no time as quarteback Jerome
Powell scurries down the far sideline
on a keeper as he dives into the
endzone to complete the 41 yard
touchdown run. It's 7-to-nothing
Beavers.

Graham had a tough time moving
the ball in the first half as Ronnie
Workman gets sacked for a five yard
loss.

The Beavers kept their momentum

alive on the next possession as
Jonathan Payne hauls in a 30 yard pass
from Powell to extend the Bluefield
lead to 14 to nothing.

But the G-Men would turn things
around as Robert Henry takes a 12 yard
Workman pass into Beaver territory on
this play.

Later in the same drive Matt Yost
runs a Workman pass 20 yards down to
the Bluefield six yard line to set up a
G-Man score.

Henry would fight in for this 3
yard TD, the first ot 3 unanswered
Graham scores as the G-Men mount an
amazing comeback to win one for Coach
Carlock 21-to-14.



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GRAPHIC=Monroe Narrows Bluefield wasn't the only West


Virginia team to tangle with a Virginia
High School League member tonight.

The talented James Monroe
Mavericks left Lindside, hopped on
route 219, hung a left on 460 and

rolled in Narrows looking to take care
of business against the Green Wave.

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*CG ffeloc Narrows
James Monroe vs. Narrows The best seats in the house were :00 owned by the members of the Giles
County rescue squad - who managed to
watch the game from a dry endzone seat.

Narrows would win the toss, but
it wouldn't help a great deal. On the
third play of the game, Michael Bonham
will fumble the ball, and the Mavericks
Ben Preston recovers for James Monroe.

That turnover would lead to this
touchdown - Andrew Robertson runs right
up the sideline and into the house for
the 15 yard TD. They got the two point
conversion, as well to make it
8-to-nothing.

Still in the first quarter, faced
with a third and second from the 35,
Jason Jackson will take off and head
right up the middle. He just breaks
free and eventualy scores. It's
14-to-nothing Mavericks after the
missed kick.

James Monroe would just keep

cranking. Jason Jackson will cap the
next drive as he bulldozes his way in
from the one yard line. The visitors
take a 21-to-nothing lead on Narrows
after one quarter. *CG 866

The Mavericks would add another one
early in the second as Andrew Robertson
takes it 15 yards for this TD. James
Monroe takes a 29-to-nothing halftime
lead and the Mavericks roll to the 43
to 7 win.

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GRAPHIC=FFE More area teams than ever opened


up the season tonight.

We see how Heritage faired
tonight when we return, plus check out
another rivalry game

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VO-NAT as Wythe County neighbors Ft.


Chiswell and Rural Retreat hook up
tonight in Mex Meadows.

But first let's take one more
look at tonight's scores.
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*CG 652
*CG 653
*CG 655
*CG 656
*CG 657
*CG 658
*CG 659
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*CG 661
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*CG 663
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GRAPHIC=FFE Welcome back everybody and thanks


so much for joining us this evening on
opening night.

GRAPHIC=HERITAGE/PR.ED Time now to head into central


Virginia where the Heritage Pioneers
and Chris Jones chucked the veer this
season and broke out their new triple
option attack against Prince Edward.

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*CG ffeloc Lynchburg
Prince Edward vs. Heritage The rain was also present in the :00 Hill City tonight, although most of it
stopped by the kickoff time.

In the first quarter Heritage is
faced with a third and goal and watch
A.J. Payne handoff to Cordero Rucker
who bangs in for the touchdown to make
it 7-to-nothing Pioneers.

Still in the first, Prince
Edward's Cameron Gray passes to Javon
Lockett, but Heritage's Josh Donardo
decided he's like to catch it and he
picks it off and rolls back 20 yard on
the return to put the Pioneers back in
business.

Later in the second, Payne will

go up top and find Korrey Davis, who
makes what looks like a diving catch in
the endzone, but the ball just hits the
ground and it is ruled incomplete.

Prince Edward's Gray would try
again with the forward pass, but again
it goes backwards as it's picked off by
Lorenzo Watson, who runs it back 30
yards on another nice return, but
Heritage could convert the turnover
into points.
*CG 852

In the third Heritage's defense
would take charge again as they chase
Gray all the way back for a 14 yard
loss. Heritage would go on to win its
opener 21 to 0.

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GRAPHIC=R.RETRTEAT/FT. CHISWELL Down in Wythe County tonight, yet


anothet one of those rivalry games was
played on opening night as talented
Rural Retreat traveled to Ft. Chiswell
to meet the Pioneers.

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*CG ffeloc Max Meadows
Rural Retreat vs. Ft. Chiswell The Pioneers trotted in with an :00 all-business like approach tonight.

Fort Chiswell's Will Hudson will
drop and fire one down field, only to
be picked off by Rural Retreat's Luke
Reasor, and the pick with give the
Indians the ball at the Pioneers' 45.

Matthew Heldreth would turn that
turnover into a touchdown as he caps
the drive with one yard TD to make it
14-to-nothing in favor of the visitors.

Another interpcetion would the
ball back in the hands of Hendreth and
this time he fires a pass in the corner
of the end zone to Jonathan Hawkins for
the score. It's now 18 to nothing in
favor of Rural Retreat.

On the Indians next drive
Hendreth will keep flinging it and this
time he hooks up with Hawkkins, who
does a nice job of getting some YAC -
yards after the catch.

Two plays later, Wyatte Pickett
goes right up the middle for the 8 yard
score.
*CG 864

Rural Retreat gets 34 in the

first half and 7 more after
intermission to pitch a 41-to-nothing
shutout.

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GRAPHIC=ffe Still to come tonight - Friday


Football Extra has another bgi contest
all set for you this year.

When we come back we'll have the
details of this year's Dr. Pepper fan
giveaway.

Plus, the first Super 7 poll of
the season is coming up when Friday
Football Extra returns here on Your
Hometown Station.
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GRAPHIC=SUPER 7 It is time now for the first



Super 7 poll of the season.

With the early start to the
season this year the poll is sort of a
hybrid preseason Super 7 and a Week one
poll.

No matter, we begin with the team
that brought home the division four
title last season the Salem Spartans.

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VO-NAT The Spartans open the season at

*CG 57 Lord Botetourt next Friday night and SUPER 7 they open this season in the number one
spot.

Liberty, which will be at
Northside next Friday night for its
opener is number two in the first poll.
Remember Liberty drops back to
division three this season in Region
Three.

The Fleming Colonels, who are now
one and oh afer tonight's win over PH
check in at the number three spot.

Franklin County is number four.
The Eagles open at Glass next Friday
night at City Stadium.

The five team in the poll made it
to the state semi-finals last year.
Giles hosts Blacksburg next Friday
night.


Rockbridge County is the number
six team in the preseason. The
Wildcats travel straight up Interstate
81 north next Friday night to
Martinsburg, West Virginia.

And the seven team witha bullet
is Christiansburg.

The Blue Demons shutout Radford
tonight and will have an off-week next
Friday.



And the pollbuster this week is
Rural Retreat. The Indians rolled over
Ft. Chiswell tonight and host Floyd
next Friday.

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GRAPHIC=FFE Finally tonight, we want to take


a few moments to tell you another great
contest we're extremely
excited about this season.

Last year we gave away the John
Elway collection recliner from Bassett
Furniture, and this year we have
another great prize for you.

GRAPHIC=DR. PEPPER GIVEWAY Nothing these days gets folks in



these parts more excited than the ACC
and as you know - this year not only
marks the first year for divisions in
the ACC, but the first year the
conference will settle its champion in
a postseason title game.

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*CG ffeloc Jacksonville, FL


*CG ffe2line Troy Harris
Dr. Pepper Regional Sales Manager
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(END SOT) That championship game will take place


on Saturday night, December 3rd at
eight pm in Jacksonville, Florida at
Alltel stadium.

This past January, the stadium
hosted the NFL Super Bowl, and it also
is the annual home of the Gator Bowl.

Tickets for the first ever Dr.
Pepper ACC Championship range in price

from $59 dollars to $124 bucks.

But starting next Friday - we're
teaming up with Dr. Pepper to give you
a chance to win more than just tickets
in our latest Friday Football Extra
contest.

BITE OF TROY HARRIS

The package also includes two
nights accomodations in Jacksonville
all of your ground transportation while
in town and even daily maid and bellman
gratuities.

The excitement Tech created by
winning the title last season made the
Dr.Pepper dealeven sweeter for Harris
and southwest Virginia - the tie in
with Friday Football Extra - adds yet
another dimension.

BITE OF TROY HARRIS

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GRAPHIC=HOLD DR. PEPPER Now here's how it's going to


work.

Each Friday night - starting next
week and continuing through November
18th - we'll tell you when to call.
The seventh caller each Friday night
will get qualified for the grand prize

drawing and win an ACC hat and jacket
from your favorite ACC school, plus
plenty of Dr. Pepper.

Next week, we'll fire up the
first week of the ACC-Dr. Pepper
giveaway.

As always thanks for making Fiday
Football Extra part of your weekend.

We'll see you back here next
Friday night as most of the area's
other schools kickoff their seasons.

Take care everybody and have a
safe night.

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