09/30/05

Friday Football Extra


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GRAPHIC=FFE Counting their preseason


scrimmages with Richlands and Liberty -
no team has had a rougher road to this
point in the season than Pulaski County
has.

Last night the Cougars out of
control, out of district schedule
continued as E.C.Glass inhabited
Kenneth Dobson Stadium.

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*CG ffeloc Pulaski Co.
E.C. Glass vs. Pulaski Co. Here's a familiar face - Skipper :00 Duke - holds tight to the Cougar flag
as he has for the past 18 years.

On the Hilltoppers opening drive
- Justin Devaul decides to air it out,
but the pass is picked off by John
McDaniel and be sure you remember that
name!

After a steady dose of Kevin
Crouse on the Cougars' first possession
he will take it in and cap the lengthy
drive to put the Cougars on top
7-to-nothing late in the first quarter.

Then with three and a half
minutes left in the half - Glass will

inch its way down the field, but end us
settling for this 30 yard field goal to
make it a 7-to-3 game.

Glass would have one more chance
to score in the first half - but
McDaniel will come up with his second
pick of the night to end the
Hilltoppers threat.

At halftime the crowd would cheer
as the homecoming court made its way
onto the field. A smiling Ian Owens
and Hope Reedy were crowned king and
queen.
*CG 851 FINAL

The cheers would continue in the
second half - as the Hilltoppers find
out that the third time is not the
charm. Johnny "on the spot" McDaniel
comes away with his third interception
of the night as Pulaski beat Glass 21
to 11 and heads into a much needed bye
week.

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GRAPHIC=HIDDEN VALLEY/NORTHSIDE Pulaski County's next game after


a bye week will be against the Hidden

Valley Titans on Octboer 14th.

Last night, Hidden Valley looked
to stay unbeaten on the year as it
played host to Northside.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
Northside vs. Hidden Valley The Titans came into this game :00 fired up after beating Patrick County a
year ago looking to impress the home
fans.

Hidden Valley's defense came to
play on this evening. The pass to the
flat by the Vikings and Chris Leonard
comes up and makes the big stick and
force a punt.

The Titan's offense got going on
their first possesion as Tyler Coyer
rolls out and finds his big fullback
Alex Ray who takes into the endzone for
the games first score it was 7 to
nothing Hidden Valley.

Northside would try and get
something going at the end of the first
half. Grandin Van Marter drops back to
pass and finds Aaron Gilliard deep down
field who makes the nice catch and
stays in bounds inside the 15 with 6

seconds to go in the half. But the
Vikings couldn't score.

In the second half more Titan
offense. Coyer with the throwback pass
to *CG 859 FINALMatt Greenway who has a wall of
blockers on his way for the score from
19 yards out. Hidden Valley wins 27 to
nothing.

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GRAPHIC=CAVE/ALLEGHANY South Roanoke County's other


unbeaten team - the Cave Spring Knights
- traveled to Low Moor tonight for
another out-of-district contest with
the Alleghany Mountaineers.

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*CG ffeloc Low Moor
Cave Spring vs. Alleghany The Knights would open the :00 scoring in the first quarter as Kenny
Horan gets in from the two and it's
7-to-nothing.

The Knights' defense would then
get the ball back so the offfense could

keep rolling as Jeff Wardach sacks the
quarterback for Cave.

The Knights went up 14-to-nothing
and then Horan would again do his thing
- this time he scores from the nine
yard line to push the Cave Spring
advantage to 21-to-nothing.

Still in the first half - Will
Osborne will take off up the middle.
He will break it to the left and head
down the sideline to the endzone The
61 yard gallop will add to the Cave
Spring total as the score expands to
27-to-nothing.
*cg 855 FINAL

Osborne will crank it up one more
time in the second quarter. This time
he proves as he has all season that
where there a will there's a way - he
scores from the 19 yard line as Cave
Spring rolls over Alleghany 56-to-12.



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GRAPHIC= Next up - the spotlight game of


the week as Travis Wells joins us with

highlights, postgame and some analysis
of the tonigh'ts Fleming at Salem game.

But first - we need to check
outpart of the week six scoreboard

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VO-NAT and get in step with the Pride of


Salem marching band.
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*CG 650
*CG 651
*CG 652
*CG 653
*CG 654
*CG 655
*CG 656
*CG 657
*CG 658
*CG 660
*CG 661

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GRAPHIC=FFE Welcome back one and all to the


program known for the past 22 years as
Friday Football Extra.
GRAPHIC=FLEMING-SALEM



Back in 1984 Fleming and Salem
were getting it done each season in the
old Roanoke Valley district as Triple A
members.
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Tonight the two Group Two A
members hooked up at Salem Stadium in
our Dr. Pepper spotlight game of the
week.
TOSS TO TRAV AT WX SET

Travis Wells was on hand tonight
in Salem along with quite a few other
interested football fans from the
Roanoke Valley. TRAVIS FULL


*CG ffereprt Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com Mike, the Spartan faithful
is celebrating the 20th anniversary of
Salem Stadium this season.

The fans were also celebrating a
4 and oh start, but the Spartans

opponents were just a combined 1 and 14
entering tonight.

Still, William Fleming,
averaging 27 points per game this year,
had never won at the Stadium. Salem,
was getting 35 a clip, but tonight,
points were at a premium.

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INQ=




*CG ffeloc Salem
William Fleming vs. Salem
:00


*CG ffe2line Steve Magenbauer
Salem Head Coach
:54


*CG ffe2line Keith Smith
William Fleming Head Coach
:58


*CG ffe2line Keith Gaines
Salem Quarterback
1:48


*CG ffefinal William Fleming
6

Salem
14
1:58



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OQ=certainly it will." <<



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Mike, Salem has now won 13
straight games dating back to last
October when the Spartans lost to
Christiansburg by a point, before
rebounding to win a state title.
Following an open date next week, Steve
Magenbauer's club will get another shot
at the Blue Demons, while Fleming has
an open date before battling William
Byrd.


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GRAPHIC=CARROLL/BYRD More non-district action in


VInton tonight as William Byrd looked
for its first win of the season and at
the same time tried to make it a Happy
Homecoming for the Terrier faithful.

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*CG ffeloc Vinton
Carroll Co. vs. William Byrd The homecoming court was :00 announced tonight at Bob Patterson
Stadium as Natalie Calire Stevens was
named this year's queen.

Carroll opens the second half of
a tied game with this play. From the
Byrd six - Joel Armentrout will sweep
left, and he will score from the 6 to
make it a 14-to-7 game in favor of the
Cavs.

Byrd would try to hollar back in
the quarter from the Carroll 29.
Landon Johnson will run the quarterback
draw. Watch him weave through the
traffic, break a couple of tackles and
follow his blockers into the zone to
tie the game at 14-all.

Carroll would not be content to
stay even and this time the Cavs Casey
Lawson runs a quarterback sweep to his
left and he will just outrun the
defenders to the endzone. It's
20-to-14 Carroll County after the
missed kick.

Byrd gets the rock back and
Landon Johnson score up the middle to

cap a 15 play drive and make it
21-to-20 Byrd on top in the fourth
quarter.
*CG 856 FINAL

Carroll would go to its two
minute drill in the closing seconds to
try and get in position for the win,
and Lance Ayers nails the 22 yard field
goal with 19 seconds to go as Byrd
loses a tought one on homecoming night
23-to-21.



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GRAPHIC=GREENBRIER/CATHOLIC Not far from Vinton in Vinyard


Park - the Roanoke Catholic Celtics
finally returned for the first time in
a month to tangle with Greenbrier
Christian - a team that had to make the
long trek from Chesapeake.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
Greenbrier vs. Roanoke Catholic Tailgating 101 tonight at the :00 park with one hotdog, three guys and a

couch.

The visitors would take the
kickoff to open the game as Cephus
Battle hauls it in , starts up the
middle, gains some speed, and then cuts
to the outside to pick upa nice 30 yard
gain on the play.

But Catholic would have its own
fireworks. Kevin Hairston hands off to
Angelo Fuller, who cuts to the outside
looking for six. Instead he loses the
ball just before he crosses the goaline
and the refs call the certain touchdown
a touchback.

On the next Catholic possession,
Hairsont hands off to Fuller again -
and this time he's off to the races
with the ball securely tucked under his
arm. The 65 yard touchdown romp put the
Celtics on top 7-to-nothing - and it's
tie to throw anothe dog on the grill.
*CG 881 FINAL

Greenbrier's Michael Cardwell
would try to let Trevor Bray bring
their team back and he does just that
with this nasty run down the sideline.
The 45 yard dash for the zone gets the
game tied, but Catholic pull out the
shootout 36-to-27.




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GRAPHIC=FFE Plenty more to come tonight for


you folks as Friday Football Extra
rolls into Moneta, Forest, Campbell
County and Rocky Mount right after this
commercial break.

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VO-NAT But first - more score and more


music - this time courtesy of the
Hidden Valley Titans marching band.


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*CG 662
*CG 663
*CG 664
*CG 665
*CG 666
*CG 667
*CG 668
*CG 669
*CG 670

*CG 671
*CG 672

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GRAPHIC=FFE Time for Friday Football Extra to


hit the road and take tour of the
Seminole district's action from tonight.
GRAPHIC=S.RIVER/LIBERTY



We begin with two of the three
teams in the league to this point -
unbeaten Liberty and once beaten
Staunton River - team that already has
two more wins that it had all of last
season.

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*CG ffeloc Moneta
Liberty vs. Staunton River It's amazing what a couple of :00 wins will do for your team and your
gate - the place was packed for the
Bedford County showdown.

After a Liberty fumble Staunton
River would take advantage as Corey

Ramsey will run the option to his right
and lateral the rock to Ryan Burdette -
and watch him roll down the sideline
for 41 yards and the opening score of
the night. The Golden Eagles are on
top 7-to-nothing.

Later in the first half - Liberty
Julien Poindexter will get sacked by
the Golden Eagles Levi Poole, but they
couldn't keep the Minutemen down for
long as they tie it up at 7-a piece.

Staunton River would shoot itself
in the foot twice in the first half
with muffed punts and fumbles. This
time Ramon Ware gets the recovery for
the visitors.
*CG 864 FINAL

Still in the first half - Liberty
is looking to take the lead as Quinton
Blake blasts up the middle from 6 yards
out and finds the endzone. The
Minutemen take a 14-to-7 and they go on
to win it 40 to 7.



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GRAPHIC=FOREST/RUSTBURG Who would have guessed that


entering tonight's action that two of
Friday Football extra most storied
programs would be a combined 0-and-6.

Few would have guessed it, yet
Rustburg and Jefferson Forest were just
that heading into their meeting in
Bedford this evening.

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*CG ffeloc Forest
Rustburg vs. Jefferson Forest Once again tonight the Cavs would :00 enter Sabre Stadium with a Harley
Davidson escort.

The Red Devils would try to get
on the board early - but here's what
happens when you're struggling - the 24
yard field goal is no good for
Rustburg.

JF would fumble it back and this
time Rustburg's Blake Forslund hands
off to Jacob Matthews and he will run
it in from the 7 yard line to give the
Red Devisl a 7-to-nothing lead after
the kick.

Rustburg would keep cranking as
Steven Tweedy takes the handoff and he
will roll 16 yard to the house for the

score and suddenly the Red Devils are
on top and in control with a
14-to-nothing lead.

Forest would finally get its act
together in the second quarter as Will
Hon Barrier passes to Deonte Cobbs -
who takes the connection in for the 18
yard score.
*CG 863 FINAL The Cavaliers come back and take
the 27 to 21 win.

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GRAPHIC=BROOKVILLE/HERITAGE The Seminole district's coaches


said many times over the summer that
their district was hte best in the
state.

That may turn out to be correct,
but heading into tonight - the Seminole
was a collective 10 and 11.

Two of the normal heavyweights
Brookville and Heritage hooked up this
evening with 1 and 2 marks.

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*CG ffeloc Campbell Co.

Heritage vs. Brookville Brookville was down 14-to-7 in :00 the fourth and the Bees wouwld try to
narrow the gap only to see this 22 yard
field goal sail wide right.

The Bees would keep coming - Jamr
Lovelace hands off to Austin Williams,
who in turns hands off to Cody Rich,
who passes to Christopher Schenko. He
makes the catch and outruns the Pioneer
defense for the 45 yard score to tie
the game at 14-all in the fourth.

Heritage would come alive after
that as A.J. Payne hands off to Jeremy
Thomas. He breaks through the middle,
he almost slips, but manages to pick up
33 yards on the carry to the Brookville
40 yard line.
*CG 862 FINAL

Later in the same drive Payne
will pass to H.P. Cabbell - who makes
the sliding catch in the endzone. The
28 yard touchdown is all Chris Jones'
team needs as Heritage beats Brookville
21-to-14.



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GRAPHIC=FRANKLIN/M'VILLE The Franklin County Eagles were


home again last night at Cy Dillon
Stadium taking on Route 220 rival
Martinsville - a team that has just
four home games the entire season.

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*CG ffeloc Rocky Mount
Martinsville vs. Franklin Co. Head coach Taylor Edwards has :00 been doing this stuff too long to have
to be a road warrior every week and
tonight living on a bus every Friday
would catch up with the Dogs.

Franklin County's Antonio Terry
takes the rock off the right side and
walk the line right inside the pylon
for the first score of the game. It's
6-to-nothing Eagles after the missed
PAT.

Later in the opening half - from
the 30 - Terry will take the handoff
off tackle as he follows the pulling
guard and rumbles to the endzone -
splitting defenders inside the 10 to
push the Eagles' lead into double
digits.

The five-eight senior was just

getting warmed up.
*CG 850 FINAL This time he strolls right up the
gut untouched. Franklin County takes
out Martinsville with the 47 to 14 win
in the Mount.

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GRAPHIC=FFe More wild highlights to come


tonight including trips to Bastian,
Wytheville and Buchanan.

But first - let's put the wraps
on the Week six scoreboard

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VO-NAT and get in step with the


Jefferson Forest marching band.
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*CG 676
*CG 677
*CG 678
*CG 679
*CG 680

*CG 681

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GRAPHIC=FFE In the Single A ranks and we


begin with
GRAPHIC=GLENVAR/JAMES RIVER a team that has looked very impressive


so far.

The unbeaten Glenvar Highlanders
took on their old friends from James
River in a game used to mean much more
with the two were Pioneer district
members.

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*CG ffeloc Buchanan
Glenvar vs. James River The Highlanders came back from :00 the halftime break with a 21-to-nothing
lead on the Knights.

Early in the third, Devin
Chappell dishes the pill to Carter
Brown and he makes it look easy as he
picks up the 20 yard touchdown going
untouched through the James River

defense. It's 28-to-nothing
Highlanders.

Minutes later, James River punter
Chris Goad gets clobbered by Daniel
Ayers. Shawn Crawford picks up the
loose ball and he will rumble for a 15
yard touchdown. It's now 35-to-nothing
Glenvar way out in front.

Still in the third, Chappell
gives to Brown - who starts right, cuts
back to the middle, and steps over a
Knights' defender for a 50 yard score.

It's a rough night on the River
as Glenvar rolls to the 42-to-nothing
win.
*CG 879 FINAL

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GRAPHIC=G.WYTHE/R.RETREAT The top two teams in Wythe County


hooked up tonight as unbeaten Rural
Retreat traveled to Wytheville to take
on the George Wythe Maroons - it what
would have been a battle of the
unbeatens if Lebanon had not taken out
Roy Stanley's alma mater a week ago.

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*CG ffeloc Wytheville
Rural Retreat vs. George Wythe The George Wythe competition :00 cheerleading team was putting on a show
for the fans and the Maroons were, as
well.

We pick it up with GW on top
22-to-8 in the third and Rural Retreat
looking to come back and cut into the
deficit. Mason Hudgins will make the
catch and pick up 13 yards on this play
for the Indians.

On the very next play - Hudgins
will haul in another pass from Matthew
Heldreth and this one is good for 15
yards at the close of the third
quarter.

Heldreth would then open the
fourth with an easy touchdown stroll to
cut the George Wythe lead to 22-to-15.


*CG 876 FINAL

George Wythe would then wind down
the clock and chalk up a win as Trey
Smith pushes up the middle and into the
house for the score. But for the
second straight week a TD was called
back late.


This time is doesn't matter as GW
beat Rural Retreat 22-to-15.

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GRAPHIC=CRAIG/BLAND Finally tonight we close things


out with two of the most pleasant
surprises of the 2005 season - Bland
County and Craig County.

Craig entered tonight at 3-and-1
while the Bears were unbeaten at
3-and-0.

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*CG ffeloc Bastian
Craig Co. vs. Bland Co. The temperature really tooka :00 tumble tonight in Bland as the fans had
to break out the gloves, coats and
blankets for the final Friday in
September.

Craig would try to warm things up
as Zack Bacon takes off up the left
side and he will pick up 24 yards and
set up the Rockets with a solid first
and goal opportunity.

A couple of plays later, Casey

Hancock will take care of business
right up the middle as he gets in for
the first TD of the game to make it a
7-to-nothing Craig County lead.

Bland County would then get busy
on their first offensive play of the
game as the angry Bear comes alive as
Phillip Henson takes off down the right
sideline and he will break through
several tackles in route to a 65 yard
Td scamper. It's 7-all in the first
quarter.

The back and forth action would
continue as the Craig fumble bounces
right into the hands of Matt Morris -
who takes off up the left side and he
will pick up 33 yards before he brought
down by the Rockets.

Later in that drive - Bland's
Morris will scramble through the
defense -
*CG 877 FINAL light up the defense and take it
27 yards for the score.

The Bears lose to the Rockets 25
to 14.

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GRAPHIC=FFE All right folks it is once again


time for the Dr. Pepper ACC fan
giveaway.

Friday Football Extra and Dr.
Pepper are giving away an all expense
paid trip to the first ever ACC title
game in Jacksonville on December 3rd.

Each week - we'll get a qualifier
and then have the grand prize drawing
later in the fall.

ENG#=APRISA GO TO APRISA CONTEST BOARD
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*CG 61

Right now I'm looking for the 7th
caller at 1-866-WIN-WDBJ.

Not only will you get qualified,
but you'll win an ACC hat and jacket of
your favorite team, plus plenty of Dr.
Pepper.

We'll have the winner for you at
the end of tonight's show.

Again, we want the 7th caller at
1-866-WIN-WDBJ.

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GRAPHIC= All right folks it's time now to


check out the Super Seven that remains
pretty solid, but does feature one new
member.

ENG#=None CHRYON



VO-NAT Salem sqeaks by Fleming last

*CG 57 night as remains number one, followed SUPER 7 by Liberty.

Gretna which came from behind on
Monday night to beat Tunstall was off .

Amherst rolled to another big
over Appomattox and is 4th.

Hidden Valley and Cave Spring
each move up a spot in the poll this
week and Glenvar debuts in the 7 spot.

And the pollbuster is Chatham.

The Cavaliers are a stout 5-and-0 after
whipping Amelia County 49-to-7.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=PLAYER OF THE WEEK Pulaski County has long been


known as a running team. This season
nothing is different as the Cougar
backfield is again very talented and
deep.
FULL SCREEN CROUSE

But it is clear that the leader
of the BACKS is Kevin Crouse. The
Junior is our Friday Football Extra
Player of the Week for his performance
last Friday Night in a much needed
victory in front of the home folks.

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*CG ffeloc Pulaski Co.
September 23
:00



*CG ffe2line Kevin Crouse
4 Touchdowns vs Jefferson Forest
:19


*CG ffe2line Jack Turner
Pulaski County Head Coach
1:13



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OQ=Friday Football Extra. < (END SOT) Dobson Stadium last Friday it had been


almost a year to the Day that the
Cougars had won a game on their home
field. With that knowledge Kevin
Crouse carried the ball 33 times in
leading Pulaski to a 35 to 14 win over
Jefferson Forest.

(CROUSE BITE:25050)

The Cougars lost their first 2 games
this season. But Crouse didn't play at
all in the first Loss and played
sparingly in the second due to an
injuried ankle

(CROUSE:

Crouse has also changed his running
style from a season ago, which also
might help his health in the long run.

(TURNER BITE:2:59:30)


With the injury behind him Crouse as a
junior has to start thinking about
playing football at the next level.

(TURNER BITE:)

Grant Kittelson Friday Football Extra.

>>
MIKE ON CAMERA

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Grant thanks so much and
congratulations to Kevin.

We also need to extend
congratulations to this week's winner
in the Dr. Pepper ACC fan giveaway
contest.

GO TO FULL SCREEN WINNER BOARD GO TO FULL SCREEN WINNER BOARD


*CG 62

Way to go Barry Witt of Roanoke.
You've won an ACC team jacket, hat and
plenty of good ole Dr. Pepper. Plus,
you're qualified for the grand prize
drawing for the ACC trip courtesy of
Dr. Pepper and Your Hometown Station.

MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=SCOTT AYRES Before we say goodbye tonight -


we want to say so long to a big part of
this show for the past 22 years. Since

the inception of Friday Football Extra
in 1984 - Scott Ayres has been on the
sidelines as one of our top
photographers and field producers.
This week he put the camera down and
picked up a new career with Advance
Auto. All of use wish our good friend
the best.

GRAPHIC=FFE



Take care everybody - we'll be
back next Friday night for Week 7 on
the Big 7.

Have a great weekend.

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