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FFE



GRAPHIC=AMHERST/LIBERTY The Colonels will be joined in


the Region Three, division Four
playoffs by this year's Seminole
district champ - Amherst County.

Last night, the Lancers looked up
lock that district up outright, as
well, at home against Liberty - a team
that desperately needed a win to make
sure it was in the postseason.

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*CG ffeloc Amherst Co.
Liberty vs. Amherst Co. It was senior night in Amherst as :00 the parents - the real important -
players joined their sons and daughters
on the field in the pregame.

In the first quarter - Alonzo Poe
would field the Liberty punt and he
could take a knee and get the offense
on the field, but why do that when you
take it 80 yards to the house right
down the field turf to make it
6-to-nothing.

The offense would eventually get
on the field and Poe will take the flip
from Peter Rose and former quarterback
passes it to Derrick McCoy - and the

two will connect for 30 yards on the
play all the way down to the five yard
line.

Jonathan Rose would then finish
off this drive with the TD run.
Amherst takes a 14-to-nothing lead in
the first after the successful two
point conversion.

Liberty would attempt to get off
the mat as Julian Poindexter takes off
on the keeper, but Poe will jack him up
on the Amherst sideline and tempers
flare, penalty flags fly and from that
point on things were little chippy. *CG ffefinal Liberty
0 Amherst would keep cranking as Amherst Co. Poe scores from the five to make it 51 22-to-nothing.

The Lancers roll to the 51 to 0
win over Liberty.

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GRAPHIC=BOTETORT/BYRD Liberty's loss meant that if Lord


Botetourt could post a win last night
that the Cavaliers and not the
Minutemen would be in the Region Three

division three playoffs.

The only problem with that was
that Byrd was playing for a winning
season last night.

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*CG ffeloc Vinton
Cavaliers vs. Terriers
:00


*CG ffefinal Lord Botetourt
17
William Byrd
14
:45


*CG ffe2line Tater Benson
Lord Botetourt Head Coach
:54



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OQ=...real proud of this team." << First year Botetourt boss Tater
(END SOT) Benson was trying to keep his team


focused with things tied at 7 in the
third.

LB kicker Blaine Manuel will hit
this field goal to make it a

10-to-Botetourt lead.

But Byrd would respond as Landon
Johnson rolls out and connects with
Brandon Garnett. He makes the catch,
some moves and eventually he will get
70 yards all the way to the LB one yard
line.

That sets the table for Nathan
Wimmer who stumbles over the goal line
for the TD. It's 14-to-10 Byrd on top.

Botetourt would answer that late
in the fourth as Matt Deane hits Casey
Weddle, who makes the great grab and
falls into the endzone.

Botetourt wins its way into the
Division Three playoffs with a 17-to-14
win over the Terriers.

TATER BENSON

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GRAPHIC=SUPER 7 Well, it's time now to roll out


the final Super 7 poll of the season.

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VO-NAT And as there has been each and

*CG 57 every week this season, there is some SUPER 7 movement.


Salem hangs on for the second
straight week and is number one.

Amherst moves up to number 2.

William Campbell and GW hold down
spots three and four.

Gretna, Giles and Glenvar which
was 9 and 0 before last night finish
out the Super 7.

AND THE POLLBUSTER - IS ALL OF
BOTETOURT COUNTY - THE NORTH AND SOUTH
END HAVE RISEN AGAIN AS BOTH JAMES
RIVER AND LORD BOTETOURT WIN ON THE
FINAL NIGHT OF THE SEASON TO MAKE THE
PLAYOFFS.

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GRAPHIC=FFE Good evening everybody and


welcome to Friday Football Extra on
this the final Friday of the regular
season.

As always we appreciate you
joining us, and before we're done
tonight we hope to crown at least six
district champs, break down a little
bit of the playoffs, check on one team

that played a playoff game tonight and
say so long to Norm Lineburg.

GRAPHIC=FLEMING/ALLEGHANY We begin tonight in the Blue


Ridge district in Low Moor where the
William Fleming Colonels looked to lock
up the Blue Ridge district in this the
Colonels final year as a Group Two A
member.

Their opponent - Alleghany - was
trying to sew up a 500 season.

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*CG ffeloc Low Moor
William Fleming vs. Alleghany It was all business tonight at :00 the coin toss as the officials got the
captains together for a few final
instructions.

Alleghany came out firing on its
first drive as Jay Nagel finds Josh
Jordan on his knees in the endzone for
the touchdown. And the Mountaineers
put the Colonels on notice taking a
7-to-nothing lead.

Fleming took note, and on its
first drive of the game Deondre Mumford
uncorks a deep ball for Marco Trent.
He will make a sweet adjustment to the
ball and haul it in at the Mounties' 13

yard line. The Colonels get 45 yards
on the play.

On the very next play, Deveria
Wilcher runs off-tackle and he will
score for the Colonels to make it
7-to-6 after the missed kick.

In the second quarter, the
Mountaineers looked to extend that lead
as Montrio Johnson busts through the
pile, and he will hit paydirt from the
three. It's now 13-to-6 Alleghany
after they missed the point after kick.

Just before the half - with two
point two seconds to go - Mumford
scrambles to his left and chucks the
rock to Ronnie Thompson for an 18 yard
touchdown.
*CG ffefinal William Fleming Fleming wraps up the Blue Ridge 26 tonight with a hard fought 26 to 13 win Alleghany over Alleghany.
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GRAPHIC=FFE The playoff positioning was bound


to get real ugly tonight in Region C -

Division Two tonight.

Right after this quick break
we're checking in on the James River -
Parry McCluer game in Buena Vista, plus
Grant Kittelson joins us with the Dr.
Pepper spotlight game of the night.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT But first let's take in some of


tonight's score and check out the Cave
Spring Marching Band - who will be
helping us honor America throughout
this evening on this Veterans' Day
weekend with the band's tribute to
veterans everywhere.
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*CG 650
*CG 651
*CG 652
*CG 653
*CG 654
*CG 655
*CG 656
*CG 657
*CG 658
*CG 659

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GRAPHIC=Giles Glenvar It is now time for our Dr. Pepper


Spotlight game of the week and what a
way to finish out the Regular Season.
An undefeated Glenvar team had to
travel to face a once beaten and
defending State Champion in Giles. The
winner of this game knew it was the 3
Rivers District Champion and headed to
the playoffs. The Loser, well neither
team wanted to think about those
possiblities.

Grant Kittleson was there for the
showdown from Pearisburg.

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OQ=We'll be better. <<



(END SOT)


*CG ffeloc Pearisburg
Giles vs Glenvar
:00



*CG ffe2line Nathan Tanner
5 TD's vs Glenvar
:28


*CG ffe2line Steve Ragsdale
Giles Head Coach
:35


*CG ffe2line Lee Johnson
Glenvar Head Coach
:58


*CG ffefinal Glenvar
0
Giles >>
37
1:17
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GRAPHIC=J.RIVER/P.MC CLUER Well what about James River?



Could a team that finished last
season 0-and-10 really make it to the
playoffs this season and at the same

time knock out a 9 and 1 team.

The answer is yes, and we head to
Buena Vista to find how why.

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*CG ffeloc Buena Vista
James River vs. Parry McCluer The honor guard in Buena Vista
hoisted the colors last night on this
Veterans' Day weekend.

The Blues tried to establish
their ground game and keep the Knights
offense off the field as Charlie Jones
sweeps around the right end and he will
dig out 33 yards on a nice carry for
the Fighting Blues, but Parry McCluer
got nothing out of it.

And on their first possession -
Ryan Firebaugh will handoff to Matt
Ramsey, who hits the hole, rolls off
the tackle and he just runs away from
the crowd and wins the foot race. It's
an 80 yard touchdown run and James
River takes a 7-to-nothing lead.

Parry McCluer's leading rusher
Chad Austin got in briefly, but this
carry put him over the 1000 yard mark
for the season.

James River would acknowledge

that feat, and then watch the Blues
defense rise up as Chris Simpkins gets
the sack in the endzone for the safety
and it's 7-to-2.

It was still 7-to-2 in the third
when the Knights' Firebaugh scrambled
and fired this pass at the cone to Matt
Ramsey. He pulls it in and gets the 18
yard touchdown to make it a 14-to-2
game in favor of the Knights.

Later in the third, the Blues
will again cut into the margin with
this two yard TD run from Cory Flint.
It's now a 14-to-9 game. *CG ffefinal James River
35 James River would make sure it Parry McCluer would not be denied as Firebaugh 15 connects with Tommy McGee on the
crossing pattern. He makes the nasty
catch.as James River makes the Region C
- division two playoffs with the 35 to
15 win.

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The End
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GRAPHIC=FFE While these games rightfully



dominated the Region C chatter tonight,
Norm Lineburg quietly coached his final
game at Radford.

The Bobcats hammered Eastern
Montgomery 51 to 24.

In his 47 years as a head coach
at Fieldale Collinsville, William Byrd
and Radford Lineburg has touched the
lives of thousands of young men.

And during his 37 seasons at
Radford, he had a major impact on a
couple of current Virginia Tech coaches
- Kevin Sherman and Frank Beamer.

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INQ=BITES


*CG ffe2line Frank Beamer
Radford High Assistant 1969-71
:00
*CG ffe2line Kevin Sherman
Radford High Receiver 1985-1987
:33

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OQ=...in the past."




VO NAT CON'T VO NAT

To put his career in some kind of
historical perspective - consider that
Norm Lineburg began coaching at Andrew

Lewis as an assistant coach when
Eisenhower was in the White House.

This photo from 1970 features
Lineburg in the middle with the late
Ron Lindon, who later went on to win
two state titles at Handley on the left
of the screen and Frank Beamer on the
right.

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GRAPHIC=FFE Coach, all of us at Friday


Football Extra wish you the best - your
humility is something every coach and
athlete at any level should strive to
emulate.
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GRAPHIC=FFE The River Ridge district is next


up in the Friday Football Extra
spotlight as we head to Pulaski, South
Roanoke County and Blacksburg.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT But first more score and and more


of our tribute to veterans with the
help of the Cave Spring Marching band.

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*CG 662
*CG 663
*CG 664
*CG 665
*CG 666
*CG 668
*CG 669
*CG 670
*CG 671
*CG 672
*CG 673

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GRAPHIC=FFE Welcome back folks to Friday


Football Extra.

Never in the 23 years of this
program has
GRAPHIC=SALEM/PULASKI the annual Salem-Pulaski game meant so


little to so many. What used to be an
event was reduced to a formality as the

Spartans looked to wrap up another
10-and-0 season and in the process drop
the Cougars to an unimaginable 2-and-8.

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*CG ffeloc Pulaski Co.
Salem vs. Pulaski Co. Despite their record the Cougar
faithful were just that tonight.

In the first quarter Salem is
looking to make quick work of this
thing from the seven as Brandon Grigsby
run up the right side and into the
endzone and just like that it's
7-to-nothing Salem on top.

The Cougars were later forced to
punt and on the kick - Brett Demole
will field it only to fumble it and
Pulaski's Glendon Jones recovers it for
the Cougars deep in Salem territory.
That set up the Cougars offense.

And from the seven - Seth Harris
dashes up the right side for a
touchdown and just like that it's all
tied up a 7-all in the first.

Salem would continue to be its
own worst enemy. This time Harrison
Hudson coughs up the ball on the carry.
Tyler King recovers for Pulaski and he

will take the ball all the way to the
house and the return to make it 14-to-7
Pulaski. In all, the Spartans fumbled
four times in the firts half.

Salem would finally get a grip as
Brandon Grigsby goes right up the
middle for the score.
*CG ffefinal Salem The Spartans score 20 unanswered 27 and win their 32nd straight topping the Pulaski Co. Cougars 27 to 14.
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GRAPHIC=CAVE/HIDDEN Back here in the Roanoke Valley


another playoff bound team - Hidden
Valley - squared off against a Cave
Spring squad that had dropped seven
straight games.

But while the Knights only had
two wins - Cave did have history on its
side. Heading into tonight's encounter
the Titans had never beaten their
neighbors in football.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
Cave Spring vs. Hidden Valley The Hidden Valley girls' state :00 championship soccer team was honored
tonight as they were presented their
championship rings at halftime.

But it was Cave Spring that rung
the bell on the opening kickoff. The
Knights' Scott Berrier drops the kick,
Then picks it up and with the kick
coverage now out of sync and the
blockers in place, Berrier is rolling
down Dwight Bogle Field. He takes the
opening kickoff 92 yards to put Cave on
top 7-to-Nothing.

The Titans fans were stunned, but
the players responded well. Brian
Asquith will hook up with Nelson
Musselman on a long pass up the right
side. The sophomore makes the over the
shoulder catch and falls into the
endzone to knot things up at 7-all in
the first quarter.

The Titans just kept cranking.
This time Asquith will find another
sophomore - his tailback David Turner
who hauls in the pass up the left
sideline. Turner will shed a tackle
and take it in for another score, and

it's 13-to-7 after the missed kick. *CG ffefinal Cave Spring
10 Hidden Valley would then catch Hidden Valley the Knights napping. The on-side kick 28 is executed to perfection as Chad
Earhart covers it at midfield for the
Titans.

Hidden Valley beats Cave Spring
28 to 10.

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GRAPHIC=B'BURG/C'BURG Although Glenvar might argue the


point - most football followers in the
area believe that the best team in
southwest Virginia NOT to make the
playoffs is Blacksburg.

Tonight, playing for pride, the
Bruins to tried to prove that point
against their playoff-bound neighbors
from Christiansburg.

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*CG ffeloc Blacksburg
Christiansburg vs. Blacksburg We pick it up in the fourth with
Blacksburg on top 20-to-13 at what

might be the last meeting between the
two at Bill Brown Stadium.

The Bruins are looking for more
as Caleb Violette hits this field goal
to give the Bruins a ten point cushion.
It's now 23-to-13 in the fourth.

The Blue Demons would try to come
with the pass, but this Wes Bond's pass
is picked off by Joey Phillips.
Phillips puts the ball back in the
hands of his offense.

Blacksburg then goes for the kill
from the 13, as Trey Gresh fights his
way into the endzone for another
Bruins' TD and now the score is
30-to-13 in favor of the Bruins.

The Blue Demons just couldn't get
it together tonight as Greg Keys gets
the interception and
*CG ffefinal Christiansburg Blacksburg wins the battle of the 13 Burgs beating the Blue Demons 39-to-13.
Blacksburg
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GRAPHIC=APPO/HERITAGE Chris Jones and his Heritage


Pioneers had their playoff destiny in
their own hands tonight.

If the Pioneers could beat
Appomattox they would earn a spot in
the Region Three - Division Four
playoffs as the lone wild card
participant.

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*CG ffeloc Lynchburg
Appomattox vs. Heritage We pick this one up in the third
quarter with Heritage in control on top
21-to-nothing.

Heritage would not let up as A.J.
Payne hands off to Korrey Davis, and he
will dodge some tackles, head to the
outside and take it in for the 35 yard
touchdown as the Pioneers push their
lead to 28-to-nothing.

More Heritage. This time Davis
is headed to the outside where he had
success before, and this time he romps
to the house from 53 yards out for
another Pioneer TD. Heritage is now
comfortably in control on top
34-to-nothing.

Appomattox tried some trickery

late in the game, as Lewis Moore hands
off to Leslie Lewis, who pitches to
Kenny Scott , but it didn't amount to
much.
*CG ffefinal Appomattox Scott and compnay tried to avoid 0 the shutout, but Heritage wins its way Heritage into the playoffs with the 34 to 0 win 34 over Appomattox.

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GRAPHIC=FFE Martinsville looks to wrap up the


Piedmont tonight while Roanoke Catholic
opens up the playoffs at home this
evening against Fuqua.

Those highlights are on the way -

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT And let's close out the regular


season with the final batch of scores
from tonight and check in with the
Alleghany marching band.
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*CG 673
*CG 674

*CG 675
*CG 676
*CG 677
*CG 678
*CG 660
*CG 661
*CG 679

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GRAPHIC=FFE It's time now to head south down


route 220 and check in on another
district showdown tonight.

GRAPHIC=BASSETT/MARTINSVILLE The Martinsville Bulldogs hosted


Bassett as the Dogs were looking to
wrap up another Piedmont title in this
- Taylor Edwards final season.

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VO-NAT




*CG ffeloc Bassett
Martinsville vs. Bassett Dan Greene Stadium was packed
from side to side for the Henry County
throwdown.

Bassett is looking to make some

racket on its second drive. Rashawn
Woods calls the play action and throws
over the middle to Justin Woods. The
big fella will make the catch and then
drag defenders down to the 16 yard line
on the powerful play.

Five plays later, from the five,
Woods runs the quarterback sweep to the
left. He scores and celebrates the
quick six. It's 7-to-nothing Bengals
in the first quarter.

Martinsville would come right
back. From the Bassett 41, Victor
"Snoop" Hairston takes the rock, sheds
some tacklers and pick up nice yards -
getting 22 - down to the Bassett 19
yard line.

The 12 play 80 yard drive will
culminate with Tracy Hairston sweeping
to the left side and into the endzone
from six yards out. *CG ffefinal Bassett
21 But the Bengals rallied to win it Martinsville 21-18 in overtime, creating a three way 18 tie for the Piedmont title. The Overtime Bengals, Bulldogs, Magna Vista, and
Carroll County are in the playoffs in
Region Four, Division Four.

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GRAPHIC=PH/FRANKLIN Two teams that had high hopes of


making the playoffs and at some point -
hooked up tonight in Rocky Mount as
Franklin County took on Patrick Henry.
PH needed a win to get to the 500 mark,
while the Eagles needed a victory to
clinch a winning season.

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*CG ffeloc Rocky Mount
Patriots vs. Eagles It was hard fought game on a :00 field that has endured an awful lot of
punishment this season.

Franklin County led 10-to-7 at
the half, and the Eagle tried to add to
that in the third as D.J. Willis hits
Ray Keys on the skinny post.

Keys will get past the final line of
defense and score. The 57 yard scoring
play puts the Eagles up by 10 points.

On the first play of PH's next
drive from the 30, Darrin Thomas will
drop back and he will get hit by
Lamarka Casey. Thomas will fumble and

the ball is recovered by the Eagles'
Hassan Craig at the PH 12 yard line.

Three Franklin County plays
later, Allen Saul goes off tackle to
the left, but he will fumble the ball
and the Patriots will recover at their
own five yard line.

After a 15 play 90 yard drive
fueled by eight Allen Molilna carries,
they go to the well one time too many
as Molina fumbles the ball and Willis
recovers for the Eagles to preserve the
10 point lead.
*CG ffefinal Patrick Henry David Arnold would seal the win 7 for the Eagles with this interception. Franklin Co. The Eagles beat PH 25 to 7.
25



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GRAPHIC=FUQUA/CATHOLIC And finally tonight - while the


public school teams were getting in
line for the playoffs, Roanoke Catholic
opened up the Virginia Independent
School, division one playoffs at home
against Fuqua.


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*CG ffeloc Roanoke
Fuqua vs. Roanoke Catholic The Celtics came in as the top :00 seed in the VIS division one ranks.

Early on, Catholic marched down
the field and Dan Williams calls his
own number off the right side. He
keeps it for the 6 yard touchdown and
it was 7-nothing Roanoke Catholic.

But the visiting Falcons
answered as Thomas Maxey takes the snap
and finds a hole. He breaks a tackle
and scoots to the house, but a missed
extra point kept things at 7-6.

It stayed *CG ffefinal Fuqua that way until the 4th quarter when 21 Fuqua's Joe Donkor scampered 48 yards Roanoke Catholic to paydirt and the Falcons advanced 7 over Catholic 21 to 7.

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GRAPHIC=FFE Now all season long we've been


getting folks qualified for the
all-expenses paid trip to the ACC

Championship game.

Before we get tonight's winner -
I want to remind you that next week we
will get our final qualifier and then
just before the end of the show next
week - we will pull the grand prize
winner.
BRING IN THE SCOREBOARD BRING IN THE CONTEST BOARD

And right now I'm looking for the
latest qualifier in our Dr. Pepper fan
giveaway contest.

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 or jacket of
your favorite team.

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

Again - 1-866-WIN-WDBJ

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GRAPHIC=PLAYER It's time now for our Player of


the Week segment. This week's
recipient is a graduate of the school
of hard knocks.

GRAPHIC=ANDREW DAVIS FULL William Campbell's Andrew


Davis has used football as a parallel
for life, overcoming several obstacles
along the way to become a rousing
success. And although he's listed as
a receiver, he's done pretty well at
running back too.
FULL SCREEN HEINERS Davis loves to break down the
government in Civics class, and his
ideal night is lounging with a pizza in
front of the movie "Scarface." And
J.R. Writer is often blaring in his
headphones. Travis Wells introduces us
to our Heiner's Slice of Life Player of
the Week.

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*CG ffeloc Gretna
November 3
:00
*CG ffe2line Andrew Davis
Player of the Week
:32


*CG ffe2line Brad Bradley
William Campbell Head Coach
:48
*CG ffereprt Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com
1:00
*CG ffeloc Lynchburg
1:52



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OQ= < (END SOT) to 20, on the strength of Andrew Davis


and his fleet feet. The senior opened
the scoring by scooting 74 yards on a
punt return. He also tallied a 65 yard
score on a kickoff return in the second
half. And Davis still had time to find
the endzone on rushes of 23 yards, 56
yards, and 1 yard. He finished with 23
carries for 160 yards, scoring 5 TD's,

and racking up 300 all purpose yards in
helping the Generals earn their first
win over the Hawks in 4 years.

ANDREW DAVIS/PLAYER OF THE WEEK:

BRAD BRADLEY:

TRAVIS WELLS:

ANDREW:

BRAD:

Davis spent some time in the Lynchburg
detention center. While he was there,
Coach Bradley visited often, keeping
his spirits high. In fact, Bradley and
his wife nearly adopted Drew into their
family.

DREW:

BRAD:

Davis and Bradley have leaned on one
another, much like the Generals team
which is on track for a third state
title in the past 5 years.

BRAD:

Davis joins former Generals Cedric
Peerman and Matt Barbour in winning
recent player of the week honors. Both
are playing at the next level, and
Bradley says not to bet against Drew
making that step as well. In Naruna,
Travis Wells, Friday Football Extra.>>

MIKE ON CAMERA

MIKE ON CAMERA Thanks so much Trav and thanks
GRAPHIC=FFE for watching Fridau Football Extra


again tonight. GO TO WINNER BOARD



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*CG 62 Contest WinnerGO TO WINNER BOARD

Before we leave you tonight we
need to say congratulations to Susie
Weaver of Bluefield, West Virginia.

Tonight's winner in the Dr.
Papper ACC fan giveaway contest.

Next week we'll get one more
qualifier and give away the grand
price.
MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=FFE We'll fire up the playoffs with


the regional semi-finals next Friday.

Until then - take care everybody.

GO TO BREAK

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