10/28/05

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GRAPHIC=FFE Good evening everybody and


welcome to Friday Football Extra on
this the 10th week of the regular
season.

Most schools have had their bye
weeks now, and some already have said
good-bye to any hopes of the playoffs
or even a winning season.

However, many teams in the area
were not only playing to enhance their
postseason chances tonight, but also to
stay undefeated.


Folks - you need to settle in and
pay attention tonight - because the
Halloween spirits were restless this
evening. All kinds of crazy results
are coming your way in the next 30
minutes.

GRAPHIC=CAVE/SALEM And we begin the battle of


unbeatens.

The Salem Spartans played host to
their long-time rivals from Cave Spring
tonight at Salem Stadium in a contest
featuring two 7-and-0 teams from the
River Ridge district who have occupied
prominent positions in our Super 7
rankings for weeks.

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*CG ffeloc Salem
Cave Spring vs. Salem
:00


*CG ffefinal Cave Spring
6
Salem
7
1:46


*CG ffe2line Danny Aiken

Cave Spring Quarterback
1:55


*CG ffe2line Steve Magenbauer
Salem Head Coach
2:05


*CG ffe2line Tim Fulton
Cave Spring Head Coach
2:12



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OQ=... << The defending Division Four
(END SOT) champs rolled onto their home turf


hoping to take out its second south
county high school in as many weeks.

But first year Knights' boss Tim
Fulton had other plans as his team
looked to take down the Spartans.

The offenses on both sides came
in with lofty stats, but defense
dominated in this one on both sides as
the only things tougher to come by than
yards - were points.

Salem had the only significant
drive of the first half - with 10:20
left in the second quarter, Keith
Gaines drops back and fires a pass
downfield to Tony Spradlin - who is

interfered with. The penalty will give
the Spartans excellent field position
in Cave Spring territory.

Five plays later facing a fourth
and six - Gaines will connect with
Spradlin on a huge play to keep the
drive alive.

Salem would eventually get the
ball down in the red zone and D'juan
Smith will bowl up the middle and bang
his way in the endzone - capping a 14
play - 74 yard drive to put Salem on
top 7-to-nothing at halftime.

Defense continued to dominate
until late in the fourth. Cave
Spring's Danny Aiken wakes up the
Knights on this second and six from his
own 30 as he picks up 12 yards moving
the ball to the 42 yard line.

Then with 1:12 left on the clock
- faced with a third and 1 from Salem's
32 - Aiken out of the shotgun will pass
to Sam Cole for six down to Salem's 26
and a first down.

Four plays later with just 11
seconds left on the clock - Aiken fires
to his right - the ball is tipped by
Michael Turk - David Redick snatches it
- turns and dives in the endzone for 6

points.

The Cave Spring seniors then
urged their coach to go for the win and
instead of forcing overtime.

Aiken will roll to his right, He
can't find any open receivers, so he
makes a beeline for the pylon. But the
refs rule he came up inches short of
breaking the plane and Salem hangs on
for the 7-to-6 win.


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GRAPHIC=B'BURG/H.VALLEY Hidden Valley took a shot at


Salem last week, and the Titans will
play Cave Spring in a couple of weeks,
but tonight there were two more
pressing orders of business -
Blacksburg and Homecoming.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
Blacksburg vs. Hidden Valley The homecoming court was :00 introduced at half-time an Aaron
Kelchner and Ellen Lupton were named
the king and queen.


Coming out of the break - the
Titans found themselves down
21-to-nothing. But this would be a
tale of two halves. As Tyler Coyer
rolls out fakes, and dives out at the
pylon. He breaks the plane and score
to make it 21-to-7.

On the ensuing kickoff - Hidden
Valley pulls off the onside - and Brian
Bush will cover it up and make it a
success. The Titans are back in
business.

Several plays later from the 18 -
Coyer will find T.C. Bane, who button
hooks at the goal line, makes the catch
and then steps in for the touchdown.
It's 21-to-14 still in the third.

Blacksburg would try to regroup
and keep it together as Trey Gresh
fires the rock down the near side, but
the Coyer will step in front and make
the interception and hear comes the
Titans again.

Early in the fourth - Coyer finds
Cory Sloane at the goal for another
score and suddenly it a 21-to-21 game
at Bogle Field.

Blacksburg could have folded all
the way at that point but give the

Bruins credit - Gresh fires the ball
deep down the far side and Grant Duncan
will haul it in and pick up 36 yards on
the play.
*CG 858 Final

The Bruins eat the clock and
yards before Gresh rides the pile in
for the game winner as Dave Crist gets
career win number 200 tonight.
27-to-21 - Blacksburg.

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*CG ffe2line Trey Gresh
Blacksburg Quarterback
:00


*CG ffe2line Dave Crist
Gets 200th Career Win
:08





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GRAPHIC=C'BURG/PULASKI Pulaski County came into


tonight's action with a high power
rating than either Salem, Cave Spring,
or Fleming.

The Cougars have been on a tear
winning five in a row, and tonight they
looked to put the wood on
Christiansburg.

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*CG ffeloc Christiansburg
Pulaski Co. vs. Christiansburg The Blue Demons was dancing :00 around trying to stay warm tonight.

And that wasn't hard as
Christiansburg took a 28-to-nothing
lead into the third quarter - and
Andrew Hoffer would expand it with a
one yard run. It's 35-to-nothing.

Pulaski would do nothing to help
its own cause as the fumble is
recovered by the Blue Demons.

Keith Johnson would capitalize on
that with a 15 yard touchdown run up
the right side and the score is now
42-to-nothing in favor of the Blue
Demons.

More Christiansburg after the

kickoff is fumbled - Hoffer this time
hands off to Johnson who rumbles right
at us down to the two yard line.
*CG 859 Final

Hoffer would do it again two
plays later on the connection with
Pulaski.

The Blue Demons rock the Cougars

49 to 6.

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GRAPHIC=FFE Plenty of great stuff is still to


come tonight.

We'll check out the battle of
unbeatens in the Dogwood as Gretna
hosted Chatham.

Plus, Richlands steps into the
spotlight game position tonight.

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VO-NAT But first - a check of the week


10 scores and the Hidden Valley Titans
marching band.
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*CG 651
*CG 652
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*CG 656
*CG 657
*CG 658
*CG 659
*CG 660
*CG 661

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GRAPHIC=RICHLAND/CARROLL Let's check in on this morning's


Dr. Pepper spotlight game of the week.

7 and 1 Carroll County played
host to unbeaten Richlands.
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The Blue Tornadoes came into last
night''s game with an 8 and 0 record
and one of the nastiest defenses in the

land.

In eight games Richlands was
averaging about 40 points a game and
had given up just two measly field
goals - just six points - the whole
year.

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*CG ffe2line Greg Mance
Richlands Head Coach
1:31


*CG ffe2line Tom Hale
Carroll Co. Head Coach
1:50



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OQ=we will be back << The Cavaliers only loss this was
(END SOT) to Bassett, but few folks gave them a


chance against the Blue Tornadoes even
though the game was on their home turf.

And in the first quarter it
looked like the rout was on - one its
first possession quarterback Justin
McCracken gets cracking as he pushes
the pile forward and scores one a one
yard quarterback sneak. It's

7-to-nothing Richlands.

Now in the second, McCracken will
wind up and throw a strike to Anthony
Miller, who does the rest on his own
picking up 35 yards and giving
Richlands a first down on Carroll
County's 15.

But the Blue Tornadoes would get
nothing as Jake Lamb picks off the
fourth down pass from McCracken.
Richlands is forced to nurse a
7-to-nothing lead at halftime.

It stayed that way until under
two minutes left in the game - Carroll
County's offense needed a play and
Casey Lawson gets one as he runs for 18
yards and first to convert a key third
down.

But after the run - Lawson had to
leave the game with an injury, and
sophomore Travis Green came in from the
frigid sideline - and all he does is
float a pass to the endzone - where
Lamb out jumps four Richlands'
defenders and somehow pulls in the
touchdown. The first TD given up by
Richlands all season.

But the Carroll County
celebration was short lived as Lance

Ayers misses the extra point, and
Richlands escapes with a 7-to-6 win and
in the process clinches the Southeast
district championship.

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GRAPHIC=CHATHAM/GRETNA The biggest game of the night in


southside pitted 7 and 0 Gretna against
7 and 0 Chatham.

This year's records were
identical - but keep in mind Gretna has
won 35 games in a row.

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*CG ffeloc Gretna
Chatham vs. Gretna We pick it up in the first :00 quarter with the Hawks' Tyon Bennett
looking get something through the air,
instead he finds Chatham's Jeff Redd -
who picks off the pass and then takes
care of business with the 40 yard
return. Some nice blocks will take him
to the endzone. It's six to nothing
Chatham.

Chatham would not be content with

just one score as Jeremy Cline hands
off to J.J. Tunstall, who runs through
several defenders and powers his way
for 7 yards.

Two plays later, the big fella
will finish what he started as he
rumbles 18 yards to big house for the
touchdown. Chatham jumps on top of the
Hawks 14-to-nothing after the two point
conversion.

Gretna, which has always shown
its ability to come from behind,
*CG 884 FINAL

sets out to do just that as Bennett
makes the long pass to Jeremy Younger.

He grabs the 29 yard toss in the
endzone.

Gretna beats Chatham 35 to 34.

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GRAPHIC=GLENVAR/FLOYD Another unbeaten was in action


last night in the Three Rivers as the
Glenvar Highlanders hosted Floyd
County.

Glenvar came in at 7 and 0 while
Floyd was a very un-Floyd like 1 and 6.


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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
Floyd Co. vs. Glenvar The Glenvar band was all dressed :00 up for Halloween in Highlander Heaven.

In the first quarter - big Carter
Brown will draw first blood in the game
as he scampers in on a 15 yard run to
make it 6-to-nothing after the missed
kick.

Floyd would jump right off the
mat with John Mathis taking the simple
running play and turning it into a 65
yard touchdown dash. It's 6-to-6
midway through the first quarter.

Glenvar would continue the back
and forth action from the 49 as Devin
Chappell connects with Brown who makes
the catch, gets 46 yards before he's
knocked down at the five.

On the very next play - Brown
runs right at you for another TD.

Glenvar takes a 13-to-6 lead in
the first quarter.

Chappell would add another one
early in the first from in close.
*CG 882 Final

Glenvar rolls over Floyd County

41 to 6.

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GRAPHIC=FFE Also in the three Rivers -


Radford beat Auburn 38 to 0 last night
to improve to 4 and 4 on the season.

The win was significant in that
it marks the 309th

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*CG ffeloc Radford
:00 career win of that man - Norm
Lineburg.

The victory makes him the second
winningest coach in Virginia High
School League history behind only
Hampton's Mike Smith.

But unlike Smith - you will never
find anyone who has a negative word to
say about Coach Lineburg.

He began his coaching career in
1959 at Andrew Lewis as an assistant to
Hal Johnson and Eddie Joyce. He then
served as head coach at William Byrd
and Fieldale Collinsville before

embarking on his hall of fame run at
Radford.

No one has coached more games in
the history of the Commonwealth.

He has 15 district titles, 6
regional crowns and 2 state
championships to his credit.

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GRAPHIC=FFE Still to come tonight - Halifax


County brought its high powered offense
to Victory Stadium, while Franklin
County was on the road at GW.

We'll also check in on the Blue
Ridge leaders from Fleming in just a
moment -

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VO-NAT but first more score and more


music with the Northside Vikings
Marching Band.


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*CG 663
*CG 664
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GRAPHIC=FFE Time now for Friday Football


Extra to focus in on the Blue Ridge
district.

GRAPHIC=FLEMING/BOTETOURT The William Fleming Colonels were


out to clinch at least a tie for the
district title tonight against Lord
Botetourt - although in reality this
league was over about a month ago.

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*CG ffeloc Daleville
William Fleming vs. Lord Botetourt Coach Keith Smith made sure that :00 his Colonels were watered and ready
during pregame warmups in Daleville.

And the Fleming defense responded
as Matt Witt is stopped for a loss
early in the first quarter by the
stingy Colonels' defense.

Fleming would then crank it up on
offense as Dwayne Priest takes the rock
to the outside and he will pick up good
yardage down to the five yard line on
the carry.

The high priest will later take
it in from the one to make it
6-to-nothing Fleming after the missed
Extra Point.

After a poor punt by the Cavs,
Deondre Munford took advantage of some
excellent field position as he tests
out the night air in Botetourt County
and finds it to his liking as he hooks
up with Kelvin Ford. The catch moves
the ball down to the 17.
*CG 856 Final Jerome Fleming got a piece
of the action as he takes it straight
through the heart of the Cavalier
defense for another Fleming score.

The Colonels roll to the 42 to 17 win

and improve to 7 and 2.

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GRAPHIC= The Northside Vikings played


their ninth game of the season tonight
and their final home game as they
welcomed the Mounties of Alleghany down
from Low Moor.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
Alleghany vs. Northside Coach Jim Hickam was in his usual :00 cold weather attire - short pants, but
he also had a 22 to 6 halftime lead.

Northside would be on the move
again in the third Aaron Guillard gets
the ball and scores from a couple of
yard out to extend the Northside lead.

Alleghany would try to fight
back. Quarterback Jay Nagel fires the
pass to the six foot four inch Steven
Wilkes, who makes the nice catch over
the middle.

But the drive stalls and the
Mounties are forced to punt - but

Lonnie Allen will try the fake, but his
pass downfield is broken up and the
vikings take over.

Northside would keep coming as
Antwan Llamas takes it up the middle,

*CG 855 Final

bounces off a tackler and scores
another Viking TD.

Northside rolls to the 48-to-6
win over Alleghany.

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GRAPHIC=HERITAGE/LIBERTY In the Seminole district tonight


- 7 and 0 Liberty hooked up with
Heritage - a perennial playoff
participant whose postseason chances
were on life support heading into
tonight's game in Bedford.

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*CG ffeloc Bedford
Hertiage vs. Liberty The Minutemen were all jacked up :00 tonight on a brisk night in Bedford
with the game tied at 7.


On Liberty's second drive of the
second half - Julian Poindexter will
roll to his left and hit Ryan Webb on a
sweet 15 yard pick up for the home
folks.

Liberty would line up for the
first goal on fourth, but they will
fake it and Marvin Chambers will took
to pass, but no one is home - anywhere
and the ball turns over the Heritage.

But Liberty will get it back and
this time Poindexter rolls to the right
and he will connect with his tight end
Chambers - who moves back for the ball
for the catch before he's tackled on
the 13 - but they would turn it over.

Heritage would also be in a
giving mood as A.J. Payne has his pass
picked off by Quentin Blake. He loses
his footing, but regains it and then
makes it down to the two.

Ryan Webb would then dive up the
middle for the TD
*CG 862 Final

with four minutes to go and
Liberty escapes with a 13-to-7 win over
Heritage.

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GRAPHIC=BROOKVILLE/AMHERST Amherst and Liberty are on a


collision course for the the final week
of the regular season when the two meet
in Bedford.

But tonight - the Lancers were
looking to take care of some Seminole
business in Campbell County against
Brookville.

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*CG ffeloc Campbell Co.
Amherst Co. vs. Brookville The Killer Bees were dressed to :00 kill tonight just a couple of days
before Halloween.

In the first quarter, Amherst is
on the move, but Pierre Tinsley's pass
down field is picked off by Cody Rich -
who makes the pick at his own ten yard
line and snuffs out the Lancer threat.

Brookville would try to do
something with it, but the Lancers'
Kyle Brown and Buddy Smith raise up and
get the sack to force a fourth down and
a punt.

The punt is anything but ideal as

it lands on the right side.

Alonzo Poe will pick it up, and
lines of defense are now blurred and
Poe will make it even worse as the
follows a devastating Vincint Moore
block in route to the endzone. The 47
yard return puts Amherst County on top
7-to-nothing.

Now in the second, Tinsley will
look to add to that total, but Van
Mariner will intercept the pass at the
Amherst 45 yard line on the nice pick.

Brookville would capitalize as
Rudy Staton rolls left, looks for the
endzone. he throws a jump ball into
double coverage ,
*CG 860 Final and Rich makes the circus catch
for the touchdown.

The Bees win it 14 to 7.

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GRAPHIC= Still to come tonight - the two


big Triple A games in the region, plus
Roanoke Catholic looks to keep rolling
in the

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VO-NAT private school ranks. The


Celtics hosted Blessed Sacrament
tonight. But first more scores and the
Carroll County high school marching
band.
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GRAPHIC=FFE Friday Football Extra now takes


it cameras to Victory Stadium where
Patrick Henry was in the house tonight

GRAPHIC=PH/HALIFAX taking on the Western Valley


district leaders - the Halifax County
Comets.

PH entered the game on a four
game losing streak - while Halifax was
won four straight.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke
Halifax Co. vs. Patrick Henry Drum Major Trevor Osterhase leads :00 his final Patriot fight song on senior
tonight at the stadium.

PH would then feed off the vibe
and an early turnover. From the
Halifax 30, Darren Thomas hands off to
Dwayne Hodnett who takes it off the
right end, to the outside and he will
eventually get 17 yards.

After three unproductive plays,

Ben Deck nails a short 24 yard field
goal to make it 3-to-nothing Patriots.

But Halifax would wipe that
deficit out in a hurry they went up 7-3
and On the Comets' next possession,
pinned down at their own 7, Owens will
let another fly - this time deep down
the right sideline. Patrick Terry will
make a great catch, pick up the pace
and take it 93 yards for the score.
But of all things a yellow flag will
wipe out the play.

On the same drive, the Comets
would overcome as Owens finds Mark
Ferrell in the back of the endzone for
the score from the five. It's 14-to-3
Comets after a quarter.

Then in the second, Halifax will
get a break as Terry catches the ball,
only to fumble it into the endzone.
Lucky for Halifax - Farrell falls on it
for the touchdown.
*CG 852 FINAL Halifax rolls over Patrick Henry
35 to 17.

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GRAPHIC=FRANKLIN/GW It was homecoming tonight in


Danville as George Washington welcomed
Franklin County to town.

Both teams came in with 5 wins on
the season, but Franklin County was
looking to stay perfect in district
play.

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*CG ffeloc Danville
Franklin Co. vs. George Washington The Homecoming king and queen :00 were crowned at halftime as Lauren
Pritchard and Marcus Dodson were
honored.

We pick this one up in the third
quarter with Franklin County on top
10-to-7. GW's T.J. Price tries to hit
Travis Tarpley, but instead the pass is
picked off by J.T. Edwards- who makes a
30 yard return and puts the ball back
in the hands of Franklin County.

D.J. Willis will then try to
build on the eagles lead as he finds
Mark Kent on the pass over the middle
and he will not only make the catch but
take it in for the score. The 46 yard
scoring play puts Franklin County on
top 17-to-7.


Now in the fourth, GW is still in
it and when Dominique Fitzagerald took
this pass - he would be able to motor
down to the two yard line and put the
home boys in scoring position.

On the next play, John Gregory
goes in for the score *CG 850 FINAL and it's now a 17-to-14 game as
GW cuts the lead to 3.

Franklin County wins it 17 to 14.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=CATHOLIC/BLESSED And we close out the Week ten


highlight reel with the Roanoke
Catholic Celtics.

Tonight - they were back home at
Vineyard Park hosting defending state
champ Blessed Sacrament Huguenot out of
Powhatan just outside of Richmond.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
Blessed Sacrament vs. Roanoke Catholic Catholic busting out the :00 heavy artillery this evening. Virginia
Tech's Darryl Tapp on the sidelines

lending a hand.

The Celtics showing off
for Tapp in the first quarter. Scott
Secamiglio would cap off the drive with
the 3 yard Touchdown run. The Extra
Point was good for a 7 to nothing
Catholic Lead.

Blessed Sacrament would
respond. Tim Kavika to Chad Pleasants
who takes the slant pass and doesn't
stop until 65 yards later and a
touchdown. The Game is tied up at 7.

Catholic would go back
to their Ground Game. Zach Zoller
doing some of the heavy running to get
it inside the ten where Seth Price
scored from in close to make it 14 to 7
Celtics.

That was the score with 7
seconds left in the half when Lee May
would drill the field goal from in
close that

proved to be the Game winner as Roanoke
Catholic wins 17 to 16 over Blessed
Sacrament.

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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.

You should know drill by now -
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.

(END VO) (END VO)

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC=SUPER 7 The Super 7 took a hit tonight as


a number of teams were beaten - but
because we are near the end of the
regular season there isn't as much
change as you might expect.

ENG#=None CHRYON



VO-NAT The top three teams remain the

*CG 57 same even thought - Salem and Gretna SUPER 7 won by a single point and Liberty
needed a late TD to escape unscathed.

Glenvar moves up - Halifax moves
in - Cave Spring drops and George Wythe
also finds a new home in the poll.



And give it up for the pollbuster

- the Roanoke Catholic Celtics beat the
defending state champs tonight and
improve to 8-and-1 on the season.





(END VO) (END VO)




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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=PLAYER It's time now to meet our latest


player of the week.

Last Friday night one of the top game
in the state was played in Wythe County
as unbeaten Chilhowie took on George
Wythe.

The Maroons not only handed the
Warriors their first loss of the
season, but they did so in dominating
fashion by posting a 27-to-nothing.
GRAPHIC= DERRICK DAVIS





The man who was responsible for almost
all of the 27 points is Derrick Davis.
The Maroons' senior quarterback rushed
for a score, passed for a score and
returned a punt for another TD to earn
Player of the Week honors.


ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG ffeloc Wytheville
October 21st
:00


*CG ffe2line Derrick Davis
FFE Player of the Week
:19


*CG ffe2line Donnie Pruitt
George Wythe Head Coach
:35


*CG ffeloc Harrisonburg
2002 State Championship
1:49



RUNS=2:22 (END SOT)



OQ=...MESS WITH HIM AT ALL. <<



(END SOT) Davis walked the walk on the Chilhowie


Warriors in front of his home fans in
the key Hogoheegee district showdown as
he racked up over 310 yards of total
offense.

And he did it wearing a cumbersome
brace on his banged up left knee.


BITES OF DONNIE AND DERRICK



Davis has always been known for
his quickness and running ability, but
his passing was amazingly efficient
against Chilhowie.

He attempted two passes and
completed them both. One went for 56
yards and set up a score and this one
went for 51 more as Kenny Suthers
hauled it in for a second quarter
touchdown.

Talk about your efficiency - 2
for 2 for 107 yards and a touchdown.



BITE OF DAVIS



Davis and Pruitt again have the
Maroons on the right path to make the
playoffs this season and keep alive the
quarterback's hopes of winning a state
title.

As a freshman - Davis played on
the varsity - but then he wasn't a
player in a position of leadership like
he is now.



BITE OF DAVID AND DONNIE.

MIKE ON CAMERA
MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=FFE Besides the offensive and special


teams production he provides, Davis
also plays on the defensive side of the
ball and and he's the long snapper on
punts for the Maroons.

GO TO CONTEST WINNER GO TO CONTEST WINNER

Congrats to Derrick and
congratulations to Sherry Cook from
Bluefield, VA, as well. This week's
winner in the Dr. Pepper ACC fan
giveaway contest.

A jacket and hat of your favorite
ACC team are on the way along with
plenty of good old Dr. Pepper.

MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=FFE Thanks so much for spending some


time with us tonight, we'll be right
back here next Friday foe the next to
last week of the regular season.

Until then - take care everybody
and have a safe weekend.

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*CG 62



CLOSE=APRISA D-1*







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