11/24/03

FFE


GRAPHIC=FFE We begin this morning with the


most talked about game in recent memory
- the Region Three, Division Four
championship between Salem and Amherst
County - our Dr. Pepper spotlight game
of the week.
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Amherst came in having outsocred
its last nine opponents 468 -to-30.

While Salem came in riding a 34
game winning streak.

Both teams had the memory of last
year's game still fresh in their minds
as did our own Grant Kittleson TOSS TO GRANT ON WX SET

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*CG ffeloc Salem

Amherst Co. vs. Salem
:00
*CG ffe2line Scott Abell
Amherst Co. Head Coach


*CG ffe2line Stephen Magenbauer
Salem Head Coach


*CG ffe2line Peter Rose
Amherst Co. Quarterback


*CG ffe2line Derrick McCoy
Caught Game Winning Touchdown


*CG ffefinal Amherst Co.
25
Salem
21


*CG ffe2line Alonzo Poe
Scored Three Touchdowns



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OQ=on Monday. <<



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GRAPHIC=VHSL All of the games in the state


move to Saturday next weekend for the
Final Four, but we still a lot of
regional finals to take of tonight
before we get too far ahead of
ourselves.
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When Friday Football Extra
continnues we'll check in on tonight's
Hidden Valley - Christiansburg and
later we'll hit the games in the Group
A ranks.

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VO-NAT But first tonight's scores and an


encore performance from this season
with the Northside Vikings marching
band.
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*CG 663

*CG 664
*CG 666
*CG 667
*CG 669
*CG 670
*CG 672
*CG 673

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GRAPHIC=FFE Welcome back everybody to Friday


Football Extra as we continue the
regional championship tour with a stop
at Bogle Field in south Roanoke County.
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The Hidden Valley Titans were in
search of their first regional title in
football as they played host to River
Ridge district rival Christiansburg in
the Region Three, division three title
game.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
Christiansburg vs. Hidden Valley
:00


*CG ffefinal Christiansburg
0
Hidden Valley
19
1:32


*CG ffe2line J.R. Edwards
Hidden Valley Head Coach
1:44


*CG ffe2line Tim Cromer
Christiansburg Head Coach
1:57



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OQ=...a good year." << The Blue Demons were the last
(END SOT) team to beat Hidden Valley 24-to-8 back


on November 3rd.

After a scoreless first quarter,
the Titans finally got on the board as
Brian Asquith rolls out and finds
Nelson Musselman for the seven yard
touchdown. The Titans take a
6-to-nothing lead after the missed
extra point.


Then with time winding down in
the second quarter, Asquith runs to his
right, then throws across his body to
an open David Turner, and the sophomore
tailback will scamper down the far side
for 40 yards all the way to the Blue
Demons 7 yard line.

Two plays later on a third down,
Asquith runs the quartebrack draw and
gets stopped just shy of the goal line
as time continued to wind down.

The Titans decided to go for it
on fourth down, but again the Blue
Demons stop Asquith - only this time he
laterals to Turner before he's wrapped
up and the Titans take a 12-to-nothing
lead at the half.

Early in the third, Asquith will
again find Musselman in stride down the
farside of the field. And the speedy
sophomore will pick up 64 yards on the
pitch and run into the Blue Demons red
zone.

Later in the drive on a fourth
down, Asquith looks again to Musselman,
but the ball is picked off by Sid
Brown, and the Blue Demons defender
will take it from his own one yard line
down field. The zig-zagging return

will net 36 yards before he's brought
down.

But the Titans were too much as
they own the rematch. Asquith passes
over the middle to a wide open Kris
Savoie for the touchdown.

Hidden Valley still hasn't
allowed a point in the playoffs as it
beats Chriatiansburg 19-to-nothing for
the Region Three, Division Three title.

J.R. EDWARDS

TIM CROMER

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GRAPHIC=ROBERT E. LEE/R'BRIDGE The Region two, division three


game tonight pitted Rockbridge County
at Robert E. Lee in a matchup of two
rivals from the Valley district.

Back on October 6th - Lee shutout
the Wildcats 21-to-nothing - but that
was then and this was now.

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*CG ffeloc Staunton
Rockbridge Co. vs. Robert E. Lee The Wildcats rolled into Staunton
:00 Memorial Stadium looking to squeeze the
life out of the Leemen.

Rockbridge County would take the
opening drive and gobble up 8 minutes
of clock on a 16 play march. Steven
Strowbridge takes the handoff and digs
his way for 11 yards on this carry.

The Wildcats would then cap the
drive as Marcus Mayo's pass to Jeff
Early out to the left flat is good for
a first down to the Lee 6 yard line on
the 12 yard play.

Then with another fourth and
goal, Mayo hits the line and drives the
pile in for the score. Rockbridge
takes a 6-to-nothing lead.

The Wildcats would take over from
their own 41 and Mayo will call his own
number, hit the line and he will pick
up a dozen yards on the carry as the
Wildcats continue to control things.

Several plays later from the two,
Terrell Fitz pounds his way for the
score. The Cats take a 12 to nothing
lead after the failed two point
conversion.

On their first possesion of the
second quarter Lee would try to get off
the mat as Alex Glen finds Shay

Nicholson. The two catch everyone off
guard and Shay rides the sideline for
60 yards to the house for the score.

Lee would keep coming in the
second, but Edwin White would fumble
deep in his own territory as the ball
pops right into the hands of Ian
Ginger. He takes it 7 yards to the
house and the Wildcats take an 18-to-6
lead on the Figfhting Leemen. *CG ffefinal Rockbridge Co.
41 Rockbridge would just keep Robert E. Lee pouring it on as Mayo and Early hook up 12 again. The Wildcats crush the Leemen
4` to 12.

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GRAPHIC=FFE We're getting ready to check in


on four of tonight's Group A games in
divisions one and two and folks they
are flat out out of control this
evening - as both Gretna and William
Campbell are knocked out of the
playoffs.

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VO-NAT But first let's check the



complete regional championship
scoreboard with the help of an encore
performance from the Alleghany
Mountaineers marching band.
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*CG 651
*CG 652
*CG 654
*CG 655
*CG 657
*CG 658
*CG 660
*CG 661

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GRAPHIC=FFE Welcome back everybody to Friday


Football Extra as we continue to crown
regional champions on his Thanksgiving
weekend.


GRAPHIC=GILES-LEBANON The Giles Spartans love to play their



football at night in Pearisburg.

The folks in Lebanon wanted to
play the regional championship game in
region C - division two on Saturday
afternoon.

Well, Steve Ragsdale wasn't about
to go head-to-head with the Tech-UVA
game tomorrow, so as a compromise they
played today ay one.

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*CG ffeloc Pearisburg
Lebanon vs. Giles The Giles Spartans' some extra :00 incentive this afternoon as longtime
Spartan supporter and chain gang member
Joe Falls passed away this morning.

Giles would dominate from the
start. Andrew Fenstermaker, who got hte
first TD of the game would then take
off around the left side on this carry
and he will roll 28 yards to set up the
second Giles scoring play of the game.

Nathan Tanner breaks several
tackles up the right side on his way to
the endzone. Tanner scores from the 24
and the Spartans lead 14-to-nothing
with 4:53 left in the first quarter.

On Giles' third possession the

Spartans again prove that they are all
business as Tanner takes the ball from
60 yards out of the single wing and he
will head up the left side and right
into the endzone. It's 21-to-nothing
Giles with 2:49 left in the first
quarter.

Now in the second quarter -
Tanner will hit the sideline again.
This is another one to the right side
as it goes for 24 yards and another
touchdown. The Spartans take a
28-to-nothing lead early in the second.

Lebanon would try to avoid the
shutout and somehow get into this thing
as Drew Helbert takes off on 57 yard
touchdown dash for the Pioneers -
cutting the lead to 28-to-7 - but it
was only cosmetic.

Now in the second quarter - Giles
will try to get one last shot into the
endzone. Tanner connects with
Fenstermaker on the pass along the
right sideline. It's a 23 yard setup
that pushes the ball deep into Lebanon
territory.

Tanner would then cap the drive
with the pass to Evan Lidgard rigth
before the half.
*CG ffefinal Lebanon
13 Giles, claims the region C , Giles division two title smoking Lebanon like 48 a country ham this afternoon and
rolling into the Division Two
semi-finals with a 48 to 13 win.

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GRAPHIC=GRETNA/GOOCHLAND The Gretna Hawks were carrying


the division two banner for Southside
tonight as the Hawks tried to claim the
Region B championship on the road in
Goochland.

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*CG ffeloc Goochland
Gretna vs. Goochland The Gretna Hawks and their fans :00 had to make a lengthy trek to the west
side of the greater Richmond area for
this regional final against the
unbeaten Bulldogs.

And Goochland would threaten
early in the first half as D.J. Coles
takes the handoff and heads to the
right side and he will takes it down

the sideline for 30 yards into Gretna
territory.

Two plays later Coles would try
it again, but this time the Gretna
defense rises up in the red zone as the
Hawks' defense stands tall and forces a
field goal attempt.

Goochland would line up for a 20
yard field goal, and the Bulldogs would
knock it through to take a 3-to-nothing
lead on the Hawks in the first quarter.

The Gretna defense made another
big statement in the third. Brian
Jordan scrambles and he cannot escape
Demario Younger - who comes up big for
the Hawks on this play.

That forced the Bulldogs to
settle for another field goal. Nathan
Whitly knocks it through from 32 yards
out to make it 6-to-nothing.

For the first time in as long as
I can remember - Gretna was shutdown
offensively as Goochland wins the
Region B - division 2 title 6 to
NOTHING.

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GRAPHIC=CAMPBELL/RIVERHEADS Certainly if Gretna couldn't


score and win - William Campbell could
keep the Dogwood district's state title
hopes alive tonight.

The Generals - the defending
division one state champs hosted their
longtime playoff partners in the
Riverheads Gladiators from up in
Greenville in the Shenandoah district.

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*CG ffeloc Naruna
Riverheads vs. William Campbell The Gladiators would win the :00 opening coin toss to start this thing
and in the end that would be a good
omen for the visitors.

In the first quarter, Campbell's
Baron Adams will make this pateral pass
to Billy Lane. He will get some great
blocks and watch him roll up the
sideline for 72 yards. It looked like
a sure TD, but he is knocked out on the
four yard line.

Two plays later, Adams gives it
to Andrew Davis, who takes it in for
the two yard touchdown. The Generals
take a 7-to-nothing lead, and I think

most folks felt like the rout was on.

The Generals' defense reinforced
that line of thought as Jacob
Hutchinson's pass to Justin Brake is
punctuated by a wicked Jovon Herndon
hit as Brake gets jacked up on the
play.

But give him credit - Brake held
onto the ball and his senses. A couple
of plays later he catches this TD pass
in the corner of the endzone and the
Glaiators answer the call tying the
game at 7-all.

Now in the second quarter -
Riverheads will keep coming as Billy
Cheung bangs in from the one. The
Gladiators are now on top 14-to-7 over
the Generals.

William Campbell would back with
a first goal in the second quarter as
Antwan Hubbard knocks in the field goal
from 28 yards out. The Generals cut
the lead to 14-to-10.

The Generals' defense would give
them this pick and eventually the lead
as Spencer Slayton gets this
interception. Campbell went up by 10 in
the *CG ffefinal Riverheads third, but the Gladiators score with
35 under a minute to play and shock William Campbell William Campbell 35-to-31.
31



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GRAPHIC=BATH/R.RETREAT In Region C - the Rural Retreat


Indians were hoping to win another
division one title as they welcomed
Bath County in their second straight
home game in the playoffs.

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*CG ffeloc Rural Retreat
Bath Co. vs. Rural Retreat The Indians were looking to take :00 out their second straight Pioneer
district opponent tonight.

In the first quarter from their
own 41, the Indians Wyatt Pickett takes
the inside handoff and he will cut
left, cut back to the right, follow his
blockers and score from 59 yards out to
make it 7-to-nothing in favor of the
home team.

Rural Retreat has the ball again

in the first quarter and Matt Heldreth
will run a quartebrack sweep to the
right and then back up the middle. He
will score the second TD of the game
and it's 14-to-nothing in favor of the
Indians.

Bath would get right back in it.
From the Rural Retreat 8, Josh Barden
hits tight end Tommy Shaver on the fade
route in the endzone. The Chargers get
the TD and cut the Rural Retreat lead
to 14-to-7.

But in the second quarter,
Pickett will run the counter play to
the left side. And he will pick up 36
yards before he's pushed out at the
Bath County 22 yard line on the carry.

Later from the five, Pickett goes
up the middle from the five, and his
second effort will net a touchdown as
the Rural Retreat lead expands to
21-to-7.

Then with one minute left in the
half - Pickett will take the handoff,
break a tackle, stiff arm a defender
and he will pick up 19 yards to the six
on some great effort. *CG ffefinal Bath Co.
19 The Indians win the Region C,
Rural Retreat division one title with the 49--to-19 49 win over Bath County.

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GRAPHIC=FFE Still to come tonight on Friday


Football Extra - we'll catch up with a
few of the Friday Football Extra
graduates who will be playing in
tomorrow's Tech-UVA game.

Plus, we'll meet our latest
player of the week right after we take
this quicxk commercial break.

Friday Football Extra continues
on Your Hometown Station right after
this break.

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GRAPHIC=PLAYER OF THE WEEK It's time now to meet one of our


last Players of the Week for this 2006
season. As is the case with so many of
the selections - this young man has
been in the running for the honor on
several occasions this season.

GRAPHIC=NICK THOMPSON FULL Nick Thompson from Christiansburg


has provided the Blue Demons and their
fans with not only solid play on the
field, but tremendous ledership in the
lockeroom in this his senior season. THOMPSON SLICE OF LIFE FULL

Thompson loves seafood and
science and when he's working on some
down time, you;ll find him watching
Braveheart or cranking up some Tool.

Let's meet our latest Heiner's
Slide of LIfe Player of the Week.

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*CG ffeloc Christiansburg
August Preseason Practice
:00
*CG ffe2line Tim Cromer
Christiansburg Head Coach
:21
*CG ffe2line Nick Thompson

FFE Player of the Week
:41
*CG ffeloc Christiansburg
November 17
1:33

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OQ=Friday Football Extra << Back in the preseason - the
(END SOT) Christiansburg Blue Demons knew it


would take a total team effort to
overcome the loss of its senior class
from a year ago oand make it back to
the postseason.

With a brand new quarterback -
the Blue Demons put a lot of the load
on senior tailback Nick Thompson.

BITE

Nick limped through part of the
regular season with a nasty high ankle
sprain - but still almost topped the
1000 yard mark - thanks to a not so
little adjustment.

BITE OF NICK

Against Brookville in the
regional three - division three
semi-finals - Thompson and the Blue
Demons rallied from a 26 to 13 deficit
in the second half as he scored three
touchdowns in the final two quarters to
lead the Blue Demons to a 27-to-26 come

from behind win.

BITE

Nick, who also plays on the
Christiansburg baseball team, also
contributed 11 tackles in the game as
the Demons made thier mark in the
playoffs for the fourth straight year.

BITE

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GRAPHIC=FFE Friday Football Extra will be


right back in just a moment.

We'll check a couple of the high
school connections that run right
through tomorrow's Virginia Tech-
VIrginia game in Blacksburg.

Stay with us - Friday Football
Extra continues on this Thanksgiving
weekend right here on Your Hometown

Station.

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GRAPHIC=FFE A number of our Friday Football


Extra alumni will be in action this
afternoon as the Hokies and Cavaliers
hook up at Lane Stadium.
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Many former high school players
from the area will have a chance to
shine, but perhaps none has a bigger
opportunity than former George
Washington high school star Kenny
Lewis, Jr. - who will be asked to fill
the void at the tailback created by the
injury to Branden Ore.

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*CG ffe2line Kenny Lewis, Jr.
VT Freshman Tailback

:00


*CG ffe2line Frank Beamer
20th Season at Virginia Tech
:14

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OQ=...ON THE FIELD SATURDAY."


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GRAPHIC=TECH/UVA While Lewis and several other


Friday Football Extra stars will be
suiting up today - no school will have
more competition going that Richmond's
Hermitage high.

For Starters - Tech's offensive
tackle Duane Brown is best of friends
with UVA wide receiver Fontel Mines.

Plus, Brown mentored and played
ahead of UVA's starting defensive
tackle Jeffrey Fitzgerald at Hermitage.

This afternoon - the two will
face off directly across from one
another.

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*CG ffe2line Duane Brown

VT Junior Offensive Tackle
:00
*CG ffe2line Jeffrey Fitzgerald
UVA Defensive End
:32
*CG ffe2line Fontel Mines
UVA Wide Receiver
:48
*CG ffeloc Richmond
:56


*CG ffe2line "Macho" Harris
VT Cornerback
1:18



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OQ=...different level now." <<



DUANE BROWN

JEFFREY FITZGERALD

FONTEL MINES

Mines and Brown played on the
same football and basketball teams
during their high school days at
Hermitage.

UVA quarterback Jameel Sewell
also starred for the Panthers and
during his high school days - he went
head to head with HIghlande Springs
star Macho Harris - just as he will

tomorrow.

MACHO HARRIS>>

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GRAPHIC=TECH UVA Well, today's game marks 88th


meeting all-time for the Hoos and
Hokies, but for many of these players
like Fitzgerald - it will be their
first in the rivalry.
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The game is a complete sellout -
but we certainly hope you can join your
Hometown Station today at Noon as the
Hokies host the Cavaliers at Lane
Stadium. The only place to catch the
game is right here on WDBJ-7.

END OF BOARD

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