11/17/06

FFE


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GRAPHIC=FFE We now turn out attention to


this evening games in Region Three,
division Three.

Hidden Valley just missed the
playoffs last season, but tonight the
Titans opend up the regional at home as
the number one seed against a Lord
Botetourt team that had to win its way
into the postseason on the final night
of the regular season.

GRAPHIC=DR. PEPPER




TRAVIS IN WX CENTER TRAVIS IN WX CENTER *CG ffereprt Travis Wells

Travis Wells spent the night at Dwight
Bogle Stadium for the regional
semifinal between the Cavaliers and
Titans.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
Lord Botetourt vs. Hidden Valley
:00
*CG ffe2line J.R. Edwards
Hidden Valley Head Coach
:46
*CG ffe2line Josiah Goins

Punt Return for Touchdown
1:08
*CG ffefinal Lord Botetourt
0
Hidden Valley
20
1:32


*CG ffe2line Tater Benson
Lord Botetourt Head Coach
2:17



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GRAPHIC=FFE Last night was Regional


Semi-final Friday as teams look to move
a step closer to a state championship.

You need to win four games at
this stage to win a title and no one
knows that better than the Salem
Spartans.
GRAPHIC=SALEM/FLEMING




Last night two-time defending
state champs put their 32 game winning
streak on the line against William
Fleming.

Back on September 29th - Salem
shutout Fleming 29-to-nothing, the
rematch would be much, much closer.

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*CG ffeloc Salem
William Fleming vs. Salem
:00
*CG ffefinal William Fleming
14
Salem
17
1:51


*CG ffe2line Steve Magenbauer
Salem Head Coach
2:01
*CG ffe2line Rob Senseney
William Fleming Head Coach
2:20

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OQ=...IN THIS SITUATION." << Robert Senseney was hoping his
(END SOT) playoff magic and overall postseason


record of 9-and-1 would help turn that

result in his favor on his second trip
to the Stadium.

But Jonathan Clemo had other
ideas early. He takes the hand-off and
bursts in front of the pack for 30
yards on the carry to the Colonels' 11
yard line.

Two plays later, Clemo finishes
off the drive with a nine yard TD run.
Salem is off and running with a
7-to-nothing lead on its opening drive
of the game.

The Colonels would also put
together an impressive first drive, but
the Salem 'D" rose up when it mattered
in the red zone and kept it
7-to-nothing after a quarter.

Now in the second, Fleming Marcus
Bratton will turn the momentum as he
steps in front of the Mark Hanabury
pass and takes off to the house. The
Pick 6 goes for 70 yards down the
sideline for the Colonels first score
of the game and we're all ties at
7-all.

Salem would answer just before
the half, as Neil Stewart hits a 29
yard field goal to give Salem a 10-to-7
lead at the intermission.


The third quarter was scoreless
until the final play of the period when
Deondre Mumford hooked up with Aaron
Johnson , Junior.

Johnson makes the catch and kicks
it into high gear - winning the foot
race with the Salem Secondary going 77
yards for the score. Fleming takes
it's first lead of the night 14-to-10
heading to the fourth.

But Salem would not go quietly.

Hanabury goes up top and finds
Clemo on the beautiful pitch and catch
for 34 yards moving the ball all the
way to the Colonels' 17 yard line.

But the drive and the game came
down to a 4th and goal play from just
inside the 15 yard line. Hanabury
rolls out, appears to be in deep
trouble, only to find George George in
the corner of the endzone. He makes a
tough catch for the game winner as
Salem stays unbeaten with the 17-to-14
win over Fleming.

STEPHEN MAGENBAUER

ROB SENSENEY

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GRAPHIC=AMHERST/HERITAGE Next up for Salem is Amherst.


You know the same Amherst the Spartans
played in last year's Region Three,
Division Four championship.

The Lancers have been the baddest
team in the land the last two months.

Consider that Amherst was
outscored in its first two games of the
season 27-to-20.

But in the last 8 going into last
night - the Lancers had scored 429 and
given up just 30.

Last night, the Lancers hosted a
Heritage team that it beat down
51-to-nothing back on October 6th.

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*CG ffeloc Amherst
Heritage vs. Amherst Co. We pick this one up in the third
with Amerhest already on top
32-to-nothing.

Peter Rose will hand off to
Alonzo Poe, and he will hit the outside
as he has all season long, and again no
one can catch him and he rolls 60 yards
for the touchdown. The Lancers takes a

commanding 39-to-nothing lead in the
third.

The only things left to do was
preserve the shutout. Heritage's A.J.
Payne hands to Korrie Davis who might
have something to say about that as he
pick sup 25 yards on the carry, but
Heritage had to punt it away.

Amherst's defense would come up
big and complete another dominating
performance as Mario Sales is dropped
for a loss.
*CG ffefinal Heritage Amherst is gassing up the bus as 0 we speak getting ready for its trip to Amherst Co. Salem next Friday night.
39



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GRAPHIC=MAGNA/BASSETT Once we get to the state


semi-finals round either Salem ore
Amherst will have to deal with the boys
from Region Four.

Tonight - two teams from the
Piedmont District hooked up in

Reidgeway in one of that region's
division four semi-finals as Magna
Vista played host to Bassett.

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*CG ffeloc Ridgeway
Bassett vs. Magna Vista With a teepee set up in the :00 endzone, the Warriors were getting set
up for their battle with the Bengals.

On their first possession, Magna
Vista gets its air attack cranked up
from the 17 as Jonathan Williams looks
over the middle and finds Blake Nuzzo,
who makes the great catch for a 14 yard
pickup on the play.

Several plays later, Williams
will again throw out to the left flats,
and Steven Kanode pulls in the pass and
he will pick up 13 yards on the play
for another Warriors first down.

Nothing came of that drive, but
later in the first half the Warriors
are trying to light up the score board
on the Williams' scramble. He buys
some time, looks deep down field,
launches one and DeShawn Strickland
will win the jump ball and pull down
the pass for a hugh 45 yard pickup.


Bassett's defense, however, would
bend but not break as the Bengals held
and Rashawn Woods hands off to Justin
Woods, and the 245 pound back rips one
off the left end for 24 yards before
he's brought down on the carry.

Now from the 29, Woods hands off
to Jerry Brown, and he will take off
around the left side. He gets into the
open and before it's over he will
gobble up 18 yards on the carry.

A couple of downs later, Martin
Scales takes his turn with the drive
finishing three yard TD.
*CG ffefinal Bassett Bassett takes a 7-to-nothing lead 20 and beats Magna Vista 20 to nothing.
Magna Vista
0



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GRAPHIC=CARROLL/M'VILLE The Martinsville Bulldogs are the


third Henry County team in the Division
Four, Region Four playoffs. The Dogs
decided to move their game with Carroll
County to Saturday and they will host

the Cavaliers tomorrow afternoon at 1pm
at Dan Greene Stadium.


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GRAPHIC=ffe We'll move on to the Division


Three ranks when we come back as Travis
Wells checks in from tonight's Dr.
Pepper spotlight game of the week
between Lord Botetourt and Hidden
Valley.

And we're going to get our final
qualifier in the Dr. Pepper ACC fan
giveaway contest in just a few moments.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT But first let's check out the


Parry McCluer marching band in action
last Friday night and take a look at
the first grouping of tonight's scores.
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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=CHRISTIAN/B'VILLE The other Region Three, division


three matchup last night featured a
Brookville team with a 5 and 5 record
that failed to win back-to-back games
all season, but yet was extremely
dangerous, taking on a Christiansburg
squad that won five of its last 7 games
to earn the second seed in the region.

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*CG ffeloc Christiansburg

Brookville vs. Christiansburg We pick it up with the :00 Christiansburg trailing the Bees
20-to-13 and Brookville looking for
more.

On the 3rd and 13, Rudy Staton
will connect with Logan Thomas on the
22 yard touchdown pass as the Bees puch
their advantage to 26-to-13 in the
third quarter and at that point it
looked like this thing was over.

The Blue Demons would get the
ball back and this 17 yard pass from
Wes Bond to Nic Tolliver would pick up
a key first down and keep the drive
alive.

Then from the three, the Blue
Demons cap the drive and open the
fourth quarter as Nick Thompson rushes
in for 6. The score is now Brookville
26 and Christiansburg 20.

The Blue Demons would seize the
momentum as Thompson scores again off
left tackle from the one to tie the
game at 26-all with 7:33 to play.

The Blue Demons then went for the
extra point, and Brad Cox will hit it
to put Christiansburg in front
27-to-26.
*CG ffefinal Brookville Brookville got all the way down
26 to the 14 yard line and had a chance to Christiansburg win on this field goal as time expired. 27 But the kick is blocked and the Blue
Demons advance with the 27-to-26 win.

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GRAPHIC=FFE Well, if you have been with us


all season long you know that Friday
Football Extra teamed up with the good
folks at Dr. Pepper to give you a
chance to win an all expenses paid trip
for two to the ACC Championship game in
Jacksonville.

At the end of tonight's show
we'll draw the grand prize winner out
of the hopper, but right now we need to
get the final qualifier.
BRING IN THE CALLER BOARD BRING IN THE CALLER BOARD

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.

And later tonight you might also
become the grand prize winner.


Again - 1-866-WIN-WDBJ
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GRAPHIC=ffe Good to have you joining us


tonight on Friday Football Extra -as
always we appreciate to carving out a
GRAPHIC=JAMES RIVER/GILES portion of your weekend and celebrating


it with us - and we'd like to wish all
of you a Happy Thanksgiving in advance.

Let's get back to the highlights
as we move into the Region C, Division
Two action from tonight. James River
and Giles played their way into the
playoffs on the final Friday of the
regular season and tonight they squared
off in the regional-semi-finals.

The history between the schools
is rather short. In 1980 Giles beat
the Knights 35-to-7. but the next year
James River beat the Spartans 7-to-6.


That game 25 years is the last
time these two played one another
before tonight.

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*CG ffeloc Pearisburg
James River vs. Giles The Giles Spartans band was :00 trying to drum up some excitement on a
chilly night in Pearisburg.

Nathan Tanner would also create
some excitement as he takes off on a 28
yard scamper up the far side, cut back
into the middle of the field before
he's brought down in James River
territory.

Next the Spartans big gun, Nathan
Tanner will take the hand-off and roll
around the left side and pick up a
first down on the Knights' seven yard
line.

Tanner would keep cranking out
the yards and the scores as he rolls
right up the middle and into the house
on the carry to put the home team in
front 8-to-nothing.

The Knights would have trouble
moving the ball on the ball on the
ground and in the air as Gavin Lee

picks off the Ryan Firebaugh pass and
brings it back 15 yards to the James
River 24 setting the table for his
offense.

On the very next play - Andrew
Fenstermaster rumbles 24 yards on the
carry down the left side to put the
Spartans on top 15-to-nothing. *CG ffefinal James River
8 Giles rolls to the 50 to eight Giles win and will next play the winner of 50 Saturday's Lebanon - Grayson County
game.

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GRAPHIC=GRETNA/WILSON If Giles keeps winning,


eventually the Spartans will have to
deal with Gretna.

Tonight, the high flying Hawks,
who are kind of soaring under the radar
this postseason, whipped Wilson
Memorial 48 to nothing.

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*CG ffeloc Gretna

Wilson vs. Gretna As always the place was packed in
Gretna as the receivers warmed their
hands - knowing they would be a vital
part of the offense tonight.

With the Hawks up six to nothing
Tyon Bennett scrambles on fourth down
to pick up the first down and move the
sticks to the Wilson 40 yard line.

Two plays later, Bennett will go
the air and throw a strike to Stephon
Jennings. He makes the catch just
across the goal line for the 29 yard
TD. It's now 13-to-nothing Hawks
midway through the second.

On the ensuing drive, Wilson
quarterback Chase Hutchinson launches a
pass way downfield. But it's picked
off by Kwame Berger. He will haul the
mail down the far sideline for 40
yards, but he will cough the ball up
just inside the five yard line. But
Ethan Winn saves the day for Gretna as
he dives on the ball in the endzone for
the score. 21-to-nothing Gretna now in
front.

Hutchinson got the ball back and
tried to air it out again to James
Plecker, but Theo Miller lays the wood
on him to force the incompletion.


With less than two minutes left
before the half. Gretna would add some
more to the scoreboard as Darius Barley
pulls in the screen pass and he will
dart for 22 yards to the Hornets 15
yard line.
*CG ffefinal Wilson Barley then finishes the drive 0 from two yards out by capping a 22 Gretna point second quarter.
48 The Hawks roll with the 48 to
nothing win over Wilson.

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GRAPHIC=DANVILLE/W'BRIDGE The George Washington high school


Eagles were home tonight as they opened
up the Northwest Region, Division Six
playoffs.

GW won the western valley
district and took on Ahmad Brooks' alma
mater out of the Cardinal district
tonight.

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*CG ffeloc Danville
Woodbridge vs. George Washington The GW Eagles rolled back onto
:00 the field after the half-time break
hoping to turn things around trailing
12-to-7.

The Eagles would have great field
position at the 50 as T.J. Price looks
for the pass - but he will find a
player on the other team - Octavian
Johnson - who makes the interception
for Woodbridge.

Then just inside the red zone on
the same drive - Jake Myer hands off to
Antwan Williams - the Vikings elusive
tailback - who hits the right end,
hurdling tacklers down to the six yard
line on the carry.

Williams will again find the
daylight off the right end and he will
get the six yard touchdown as
Woodbridge pushes its lead to 19-to-7
in the third.

Danville would look to stay in
the fight. From the 11 - Price pitches
it to David Wilson, who sweeps right in
for the six yard pickup. But Danville
would get nothing out of the drive.

Woodbridge would put the game
away as Myer gets his team down to the
25 yard line on Breon Burns takes off
up the middle and picks up eight yards

and eats the clock up. *CG ffefinal Woodbridge
26 The 13 play drive finishes up George Washington with a touchdown.
7 GW's season ends with the 26-to-7
loss to Woodbridge.

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GRAPHIC=FFE We still need to check on a


couple of games in the division one
ranks tonight.

We'll head to Rural Retreat and
Naruna in a moment.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT



VO-NAT But right now let's wrapup the


regional semi-final scoreboard and get
in step with the William Fleming
Colonels Marching band.


BRING IN THE SCOREBOARD BRING IN THE SCOREBOARD


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*CG 661
*CG 662

*CG 663
*CG 664
*CG 665
*CG 666
*CG 667
*CG 668
*CG 669
*CG 670
*CG 671

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GRAPHIC=FFE Welcome back everybody to the


regional semi-final edition of Friday
GRAPHIC=WILSON/CAMPBELL Football Extra here on Your Hometown


Station.

We now turn our attention to the
Division One ranks as the high flying
William Campbell Generals welcomed one
of the state's perennial powers -
Lunenburg Central to Naruna for a
Regioon B.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT





*CG ffeloc Naruna
Lunenburg-Central vs. Wm. Campbell The Generals took the field as
the Dogwood district champs looking to
take the first step toward a successful
defense of their title.

Early on, Baron Adams will drop
back and find his go to guy Andrew
Davis. He makes the catch deep
downfield and then dashes in for the
first touchdown of the night. The
Generals take a 7-to-nothing on the
Chargers.

Campbell is coming at you again,
and again it's Adams and Davis who
connect on a 26 yard touchdown play.
The scoring play would put Campbell
comfortably in control on top
14-to-nothing in the opening quarter of
play.

This time the Generals are back
to punt. But Davis will execute the
fake as he takes off to his right and
he will pick up 16 yards and first down
to keep the Generals drive alive.

Adams would let Davis finish off
the drive as he rolls in from one yard
out to make it a 21-to-nothing game. *CG ffefinal Lunenburg Central
14 The Generals roll into the Region
William Campbell B finals with the 42 to 14 win over 42 Lunenburg Central.

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GRAPHIC=RURAL/COVINGTON In Region C, division one the


Rural Retreat Indians - the two time
defending regional champs - got a home
game tonight as they hosted the
Covington Cougars.

Brad Morton and the Cougars were
back in the playoffs for the first time
since 1998.

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*CG ffeloc Rural Retreat
Covington vs. Rural Retreat The train was rolling through
town and right through Wythe County
tonight in the middle of the contest.

And what a contest it was - Rural
Retreat from the Covington 31 in the
first quarter will let Dustin Anderson
take the handoff up the middle, but he
will fumble the ball and Covington's
Ben Wimmer recovers it for the Cougars.

On the next play, A.J. Heighter

does him best Reggie Bush impersonation
as he takes the toss to his left, cuts
back to the right and he will roll all
the way from his own 18 to the Rural
Retreat 39 yards to give the Cougars a
huge first half boost.

The play after that Ryan Jeter
takes off up the middle, breaks some
tackles and eventually he will end up
in the endzone on the 39 yard blast.
It's 6-to-nothing Covington in front.

The Cougars will keep coming.
From his own 47, Heighter takes the
toss to the left and he will get down
the sideline on the 31 yard carry for
Covington deep into Indians' territory.

Two plays later, Heighter will
take the handoff up the middle, and
this time he will score from 20 yards
out as Covington takes a 12-to-nothing
lead on the home boys.

But Rural Retreat would respond
by reeling off some serious points and
getting right back into it Matt
Heldreth hits Jeremy Atwell on the pass
play moving the ball down to the three
yard line. *CG ffefinal Covington
24 Heldreth would cap it with the
Rural Retreat quarterback sneak and the Indians come 28 alive to post the 28-to-24 win over
Covington.

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GRAPHIC=FFE It's time now to announce the name


of the latest qualifier in our ACC
Giveway.
Take Winner Board TAKE WINNER BOARD

Philip Stinson of Richlands is this
round's winner. But WHO will be our
GRAND PRIZE WINNER and head to the ACC
Championship game in Jacksonvile,
FLORIDA?
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MIKE SPINS THE BARRELL



We'll let you know coming up after the
break. But first stay tuned there's
more Friday Football Extra to come.

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GRAPHIC=PLAYER OF THE WEEK It is now time in the show to


hand out the Friday Football Extra
Player of the week honor.
GRAPHIC=MATT RAMSEY



This week we honor Matt Ramsey
the James River Senior who was a key
part in getting the Knights into the
Playoffs and winning their first
District Title in over 30 years.

GRAPHIC=HEINERS SLICE OF LIFE Ramsey enjoys eating Seafood,


which is a good thing because he works
at a Seafood Restaurant. His Favorite
Athlete is Vince Young, and Ramsey
sports the number 10 in his honor. He
enjoys pretty much any movie with Adam
Sandler in it. And who doesn't like a
little AC/DCTERMS. Grant Kittelson
introduces us to the do it all senior
from Buchanan.

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*CG ffeloc Buena Vista
November 10
:00
*CG ffe2line Matt Ramsey

FFE Player of the Week
:28
*CG ffe2line Philip King
James River Head Coach
:38
*CG ffereprt Grant Kittelson
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
:52
*CG ffeloc Buchanan
1:11

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OQ=Friday Football Extra. << James River knew what was at
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your season was over. Matt Ramsey
stepped up to the challenge leading his
team to a Pioneer District Title with a
win over Parry McClure. Ramsey stuffed
almost every stat category possible.

Rushing for almost a hundred
yards and 2 Scores. Tack on a Catch
for a Touchdown, 14 Tackles and even a
Sack from his Linebacker Spot and
Ramsey made sure his Knights would live
to fight another day.

(RAMSEY BITE:)

(KING BITE:)

(STANDUP: Ramsey was making the most of
his chance to play against District
Opponents. A Season ago he broke his

Fibula before James River got into
Pioneer District play. He missed the
last half of an 0 and 10 season.

(RAMSEY BITE:)

Ramsey is also doing his part to
make sure that the resurgence of James
River Football continues to for years
to come

(KING BITE:)

(RAMSEY BITE:)

And Ramsey can teach just about
every position on the field. He was a
Wide Receiver earlier in the season
before being move to Tailback. In
Buchanan Grant Kittelson News 7 Sports.

>>

MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=FFE Grant thanks so much and


congratulations to Matt.



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MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=FFE And it's also time to say


congratulations to our Grand Prize
winner in the Dr. Pepper ACC
Championship game fan giveaway contest.
GO TO FULL SCREEN BOARD Congratulations to ELSIE MILLER
from NORTON, our winner from way back
on September 8th. Elsie, you and
another person of your choice are
headed to Jacksonville the first
weekend in December for the ACC
Championship game. The package
includes air fare, lodging and grouind
transportation to all of the big events
that weekend. And it's all courtesy of
the good folks at Dr. Pepper.
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MIKE ON CAMERA MIKEON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=FFE We'll have more winners next


Friday night on the field as we crown
regional champions from throughout the
area.

And don't forget - UVA plays
Miami on WDBJ-7 tomorrow at Noon.

Hope you can join us for that one
a huge College football Saturday.


Take care everybody - stay safe -
we'll see you back here next Friday
night.

GO TO BREAK












*CG 62 Contest Winner

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