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*CG ffereprt Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=BYRD/CAVE SPRING We begin this morning at the much


talked about Bogle Field in Southwest
Roanoke County. This is field that was
re-done and then done-in by a
combination of a lack of rain and a
lack of common sense.

Last night, the unbeaten Cave
Spring Knights stepped on their home
turf to tangle with winless William
Byrd.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
William Byrd vs. Cave Spring Veteran official Don Caldwell :00 watched over the coin toss to get this
one started.

And Cave Spring would start
things up with special teams as Quincy
Ruckert pulls in the Byrd punt, trudges
his way down the middle of the field,
and as he zigged, he gets zagged and
coughs up the ball. The Terriers'
Jacob Plumb gets the recovery for Byrd.

But two plays later the soggy
ball squirts through the hands of the
Terrier quarterback Landon Johnson.
Cave Spring will recover and get the
ball back.


The Knights from their 46 will
watch Danny Aiken drop back and fire
one to his left side. He will find
tight end David Redick, who makes the
grab and picks up 20 yards on the play.

Several plays later, Cave in
control inside the 25, Aiken hands off
to Kenny Horan - who sweeps to his left
side, gets a nice block, and makes a
sweet cut to find his way to the
endzone to make it 7-to-nothing at
halftime.

At the intermission on this
homecoming night, Zack Case was named
prince and Emily Ewold this year's
princess.

The King was crowned as well and
that honor went to Hal Walker, while
Stacy Craighead was named the queen.
The star volleyball player is also
headed to Seton Hall next year.
*CG 855 FINAL

The special halftime was
punctuated by more special teams play
in the third as Quincy Ruckert
blocks the punt and recovers it as well
in the endzone for the second score of
the night. Cave Springs beats Byrd
28-to-nothing.




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GRAPHIC=Hidden Valley/Alleghany While the Knights were home -


Hidden Valley hit the road tonight and
traveled to Low Moor to take on another
Blue Ridge member struggling to come up
wins in 2005 - the Allegthany
Mountaineers.

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*CG ffeloc Low Moor
Hidden Valley vs. Alleghany In spite of the rain - the :00 Alleghany cheerleaders donned their
ponchos to fire up the crowd for what
was a tight contest in the opening
half.

On Hidden Valley's opening drive
- the Titans are faced with a fourth
and goal from the Mounties 10 and
quarterback Tyler Coyer will call his
own number on the quarterback draw.
But Alleghany stops him short of the
first down and takes over.

Unable to move the ball,

Alleghany had no choice but to punt.
But here comes the pressure up the
middle from from the Titans as Robbie
Scoggins and Cory Sloane block it into
the endzone. Scoggins almost picks it
up for the TD, but the muddy ball rolls
out of the endzone for a safety. It's
2-to-nothing Titans.

Both teams struggled to get much
offense going in the slop, but Hidden
Valley would inch its way into field
goal position. Kyle Curbow will hit
the kick and it's 5-to-nothing.

Hidden Valley would try to add to
the lead in the first half as Coyer
fires this pass to his tight end Brian
Bush who makes the catch and a nice
gain on the play.

The Hidden Valley defense would
then step up again as Chris Leonard
moves in front of the pass and picks it
off to put the ball back in the hands
of the Titans.

But the Titans would have trouble
hanging on as well. *CG 854 FINAL

David Madison comes up with his second
fumble recovery of the game.

Hidden Valley beat Alleghany 25

to 0.

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GRAPHIC=AMHERST/HERITAGE The rain also was rolling last


night in the Hill City where another
unbeaten - the Amherst County Lancers -
made the short trek to City Stadium to
take on Heritage - a team that needed a
win to get back above the 500 mark.

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*CG ffeloc Lynchburg
Amherst Co. vs. Heritage We pick this tight one up in the :00 fourth quarter with Heritage on top
7-to-nothing.

Amherst is looking to get
something on the board as Pierre
Tinsley hands off to Rodney Gibson, who
heads for the sideline. He will find
it and ride it 50 yards to the zone.
The touchdown run makes it a 7-to-6
game in favor of Heritage.

Amherst would then go for two -
and get it. Tinsley hits Vincent Moore
on the pass play and after trailing the

entire game Amherst is suddenly on top
8-to-7.

Heritage's A.J. Payne would get
bust and try to get the Pioneers make
in position as he and Jeff Markey work
for a first down, but the drive would
fail.
*CG 857 FINAL

Amherst gets it back and Tinsley
will try to find Derrick McCoy in the
endzone from some insurance late.

They can't connect, but Amherst
manages to get the 8-to-7 win over
Heritage.

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GRAPHIC=LIBERTY/FOREST Yet another unbeaten Super 7


member was in action tonight in Bedford
County as Liberty tried avois a slip
against a Jefferson Forest team that is
much better than its 1 and 3 record
indicates.

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*CG ffeloc Bedford

Jefferson Forest vs. Liberty The diehard Liberty fans turned :00 out tonight to brave the rain although
the gates were down a little everywhere
tonight.

In the opening quarter -
Liberty's Julian Poindexter hands off
to Fuquan Goode, who takes it up the
middle and then into JF territory and
then into the endzone for the 58 yard
touchdown. The home team takes a
7-to-nothing lead just like that.

JF's Will HonBarrier will attempt
to answer that with a pass to Deonte
Cobbs, but Liberty's Quentin Blake will
have none of that as he makes the
diving interception to put the ball
back in the hands of his offense.

Ponidexter would then hand off to
Damian Dobbins, who tries to break it
loose, but instead slips in the mud.

JF one more time as HonBarrier
connects with Daniel Bryant. but
Liberty gets a hat on the ball and
knocks it free. JF's Casey Chizek
recovers to at least keep the ball in
the Cavs' hands.
*CG 860 FINAL

But Liberty beats Jefferson Forest
20-to-6.


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GRAPHIC=FFE All right everybody - we are not


only surviving, but thriving on this
nasty wet weekend.

We already have checked out four
of the unbeatens in action tonight -

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VO-NAT Next up the sporlight game of the


week between Franklin County and
Patrick Henry.

But first - let's check out the
first look at tonight's scoreboard,
plus some of the postponements as we
listen to the James River marching band
as recorded last week.
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*CG 650
*CG 651
*CG 652
*CG 653
*CG 654
*CG 655

*CG 656
*CG 657
*CG 658
*CG 659
*CG 660

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GRAPHIC=FRANKLIN Welcome back folks to Friday


Football Extra.

This evening Franklin County and
Patrick Henry matched up for the first
of 2 games this season.

GRAPHIC=SPOTLIGHT GAME



This one was scheduled to be played at
Victory Stadium, but as our resident
Life-Guard tells us, that wasn't the
case. Grant.

GRANT ON CAM *CG ffereprt Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com Mike, This was suppose to be P.H's
first Home game Since late August. The
Patriots had done well on the road but
due to the rain the past couple of days
the game was moved to Franklin

County's house, where the Eagles were
technically the road team.

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*CG ffeloc Rocky Mount
Franklin County vs Patrick Henry
:00
*CG ffe2line Billy Miles
Franklin County Head Coach
:10


*CG ffe2line Shaine Miles
Marshall Assistant Coach
:50


*CG ffe2line Bob Gray
Patrick Henry Head Coach
1:44


*CG ffe2line Hunter Naff
Recovered 2 Fumbles in 3rd Qtr.
2:20


*CG ffefinal Patrick Henry
10
Franklin County
25
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ANCHOR ON CAM GRANT ON CAM

GRAPHIC= The second of the 2 games scheduled


to be played between these 2 teams is
on the last week of the regular season
and that game right now is scheduled to
be played in Rocky Mount as well.


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GRAPHIC=FFE Five down and five to go as we


set our sights on two big games in
Giles County tonight, as well as two
Piedmont-Western valley cross district
matchups in southside.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT But first - more scores and more


postponements with the help of the
Pride of Salem marching band - in an
encore performance from earlier in the
season.


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*CG 662
*CG 663
*CG 664
*CG 665
*CG 666
*CG 667
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*CG 669
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GRAPHIC=FFE Welcome back everybody to week


number seven of Friday Football Extra.

GRAPHIC=GW/MAGNA VISTA The Magna Vista Warriors football


team has had a tumultuous week.

The program's head coach Joe
Beckelheimer was fired last night after
being charged with two misdemeanors -
being drunk in public and driving a
vehicle that is not under control.


Three times in his six seasons at
Magna Vista - Beckelheimer got the
Warriors to the final four.

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*CG ffeloc Ridgeway
George Washington vs. Magna Vista Tonight Rick Ramey took over the :00 program on an interim basis and did his
best to lead the Warriors against the
Eagles of George Washington.

After a sloppy first quarter in
the wet conditions, the Warriors found
themslves in good position as Jonathan
Williams and then decided to keep the
ball himself. The run will carry Magna
Vista down to the five yard line.

The Warriors would then take care
of business as Eric Spencer blasts in
for the first score of the game. It's
6-to-nothing after the blocked point
after kick.

The Warriors would get the ball
right back as G.W. turns it over in the
drizzle on the fumble.
*CG 852 FINAL Magna Vista would eventually lose
to George Washington 26 to 19 in triple
OT.

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GRAPHIC=HALAIFAX/BASSETT The Halifax Comets went into last


night looking to improve to 5 and 1 on
the season.

The Comets were on top of a
Western Valley district that featured
five teams with winning records.

Last night the Comets were at
Bassett taking on the Group Two A
Bengals.

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*CG ffeloc Bassett
Halifax Co. vs. Bassett We pick up this one in the second :00 half of play with Halifax on top
14-to-nothing.

Midway through the third, Halifax
would add to the lead - as Mark Ferrell
hauls in the pass from Bobby Owens and
then does the rest on his own as he
breaks tackles and streaks 90 yards
right down the middle of the field all
the way to the house and the Comets
take a 21-to-nothing lead.

The Comets would try to put the

ball into Farrell's hands once again,
but Brandon Johnson would have nothing
of it as he puts the wood on his with a
wicked hit and forces the incompletion.

Halifax was persisten through the
air. This time Owens floats a 30 yard
pass to Justin Long taking the Comets
into Bassett territory.

But the Bengals would respond as
Tamon Witcher picks off the Owens' pass
in the red zone and scampers for a few
yards on the return for the home team.

Bassett wouldn't keep the ball
for long. Lavell Tucker intercepts
this Bengals' pass and he will make a
nice return racing down the left side
of the field and setting the table for
the Comets' offense.
*CG 851 FINAL Owens and Farrell will connect
from three yards out on the scoring
toss.

Halifax rolls over Bassett
28-to-nothing.

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GRAPHIC=GILES/GRAYSON From Southside to Southwest



Virginia as we turn our attention to
tonight's Giles - Grayson County
encounter in Pearisburg.

The Spartans came into this one
at 3-and-1 while Grayson was still
looking for some love at 0-and-5.

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*CG ffeloc Pearisburg
Grayson Co. vs. Giles The hardest working kids in the :00 county - Josh Stump, Shane Green and
Bubba Workman kept the water off of the
balls and into the players tonight.

Grayson was trying to cut into a
28-to-7 deficit early in the third as
Bo Pollard goes for it on fourth down,
only to be sacked by Mitchell Neise for
an eight yard loss as the ball turns
over on downs.

Giles would capitalize on that
turnover as Nathan Tanner connects with
Kevin Lucas for the touchdown to push
the Spartans lead up to 35-to-7 in the
third.

Then on the ensuing kickoff,
Deron Brown would run through the fog
and emerge for 38 yards and an
excellent special teams play to set up

a Blue Devils score.
*CG 876 FINAL

Pollard would then connect with
Ian Bostwick on the 38 yard scoring
stirke.

But Giles gets an easy 35-to-13
win over Grayson.

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GRAPHIC=NARROWS/AUBURN The Green Wave of Narrows was


also home tonight and involved in an
out of district game as Auburn made its
way to the west end of the county.

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*CG ffeloc Narrows
Auburn vs. Narrows It was homecoming in Narrows as :00 Leah Farrell and Brandon Vaught were
named the queen and king.

And Vaught would live up to hits
king billing.

Michael Bonham passes to the
sideline to Wesley Underwood. He hauls
the ball in and then hauls up up the
sideline for the touchdown and a six to

nothing Green Wave lead in the first.

Still in the first, Eric Suttle
is coming up the sideline when he's hit
by the Auburn defense. The ball rolls
through the legs of an Eagle defender
only to be recovered by Narrows. It's
first and goal.

Bonham wouwld then give the rock
to Vaught who pushes his way in for the
two yard touchdown as a 12-to-nothing
lead.

The Home boys would then go for
two and Bonham walks it in off the
right side for a 14-to-nothing lead.
*CG 877 FINAL

Late in the second quarter -
Bonham and Vaught connect on the 30
yard touchdown.

Narrows beats Auburn 27-to-6.



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GRAPHIC=FFE The final look at tonight's


scoreboard is the next order of
business - and then after that a trip
to Rural Retreat and this week's ACC

fan giveaway contest.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT But first let's check out the


George Wythe marching band.
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*CG 672
*CG 673
*CG 674
*CG 675
*CG 676
*CG 677
*CG 678
*CG 679
*CG 680
*CG 681
*CG 682
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GRAPHIC=FFE Welcome back folks.



When the rains started last night
- someone asked me if Friday Football
Extra would be cancelled this week?

My reply was simple --- NOPE!



In the 22 years of the program
not once has it been cancelled.

It's been close twice - last year
when Hurricane Ivan rolled through -
many folks got ahead of the storm and
played on Thursday. We covered the
games that night and then put the show
on Friday evening.

Plus, on September 23rd of 1989 -
only one game was played that night
when Hurricane Hugo wiped out
everything except Brookville and
Altavista.

We also put on a show with just
one game back on September 6th of 1996
as Hurricane Fran hit the Carolina
coast the night before. Almost every
school in Virginia called off games
early in the morning. But down in
Washington County, Holston and Rural
Retreat decided to play - and we're
thankful they did.
GRAPHIC=R.RETREAT/J.BATTLE



Not surprisingly, Rural Retreat

also played tonight as the Indians
hooked up with Hogoheegee member John
Battle out of Bristol.

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VO-NAT




*CG ffeloc Rural Retreat
John Battle vs. Rural Retreat The Indians were looking to
bounce back after last week's district
loss to the George Wythe Maroons and
they did so in a big way.

Rural Retreat with the first
strike of the game as Wyatte Pickett
takes the handoff, breaks a tackle and
spins into the endzone to put the
Indians on top 6-to-nothing.

Pickett decided to make another
appearance in the endzone as he takes
the handoff up the gut from in close.
It's 14-to-nothing Indians after the
two point conversion.

John Battle would finally answer
the call when Ike Roberts took this
Cody Calloway handoff and fought his
way down the far sideline for the 36
yard touchdown run as he refuses to go
down. The Trojans cut the deficit in
half.

The Indians would then turn it on

as Matt Heldreth - the quarterback -
hits Jonathan Hawkins on a short slant
route into the zone. It's now 26-to-7
after the 9 yard score.

Hawkins wasn't finished. He will
catch his second scoring pass of the
night on the seven yard pitch and
catch. The Indians are now rolling on
top 32-to-7 in the second quarter.

The Trojans would try to make it
respectable as *CG 871 FINAL Calloway passes to Bradley Ricker
on this play. It covers 29 yards, but
Rural Retreat rolls to the 67 to 29
win.

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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
VO-NAT




*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=SUPER 7 The Super seven, for the first


time this season, does not have a bit
of change except in the pollbuster
position.

ENG#=None CHRYON



VO-NAT Salem which was off last night

*CG 57 stays number one.
SUPER 7 Liberty won again last night,
Gretna's game was postponed, Amherst
rallied to stay perfect.

Hidden Valley and Cave Spring
each posted shutouts and Glenvar's game
at Craig was postponed until tonight.

And the pollbuster is Halifax
County. The Comets are 5-and-1.

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GRAPHIC=Player of the Week It's time now to meet our Player


of the Week. Salem High School's Keith
Gaines was put in a tough spot entering
this season--taking over the starting
quarterback job for the Spartans. GO TO FULL SCREEN PLAYER

But the Spartans are the ones who
have made great GAINS with him under
center. Travis Wells has more on the
senior's performance last Friday night
against William Fleming.

WIPE TO PACKAGE

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*CG ffeloc Salem
September 30
:00


*CG ffe2line Keith Gaines
98 Yds. Rushing, 2 TD's, 7-7 Passing
:35


*CG ffe2line Steve Magenbauer
Salem Head Coach
:52



*CG ffereprt Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com < Gaines put his team on his back,
ripping off a 48 yard touchdown run,
one that helped his team seize momentum
against William Fleming.

Then late in the game, the 5-11,
165 pounder turned the trick again,
this time on a 38 yard TD gallop
propelling Salem to a 14-6 win over the
Colonels.

Gaines gained 98 yards on the
ground but lost in the shuffle, was his
perfect night thru the air which
included completing all 7 of his pass
attempts for 160 yards.

KEITH GAINES/98 YDS. RUSHING, 2 TD's,
7-7 PASSING:

STEVE MAGENBAUER/SALEM HEAD COACH:

Gaines was a defensive back on last
season's Salem squad that won a state
title. He watched Matt Shawver, now a
JMU walk-on, throw for more than 2300
yards and 25 TD's. Needless to say,
expectations were thru the roof
entering this season in the Salem
Nation, where the Spartans have now won
18 of their past 19 games.


KEITH:

TRAVIS WELLS:

STEVE:

Gaines hopes that competitive spirit
will help him lead the Spartans to a
6th state title in December. Travis
Wells, Friday Football Extra.>>

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Thanks Trav.

And thanks to each of you for
checking out Friday Football Extra
tonight.

Before we go we need to
congratulate this week's winner of the
ACC Fan Giveaway contest.

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*CG 62

Congratulations to Beth Shelton
of Lynchburg. This week's winner. You
will receive a hat and jacket and
plenty of Dr. Pepper - plus you are in
the mix for the grand prize trip to the
first ever ACC title game.

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Now, if the rain continues and
you plan to stay on the couch this
weekend, there is plenty of football on
Your Hometown Station.

GO TO COLLEGE PAGE

Tomorrow it's a college
doubleheader as Wake Forest and Florida
State hook up at Noon followed by
Tennessee and Georgia from the SEC
East.

GO TO NFL PAGE

Then Sunday - the Falcons and
host the Patriots at one o'clock in the
Georgia Dome right after the NFL today.

MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

Take care everybody.

We'll be right back next Friday
night for week eight of the regular
season.

Have a safe weekend.

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