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Staunton

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Welcome everybody to another edition of Friday Football Extra!
It's week number five and as always we have a number of outstanding highlights for you!
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Let's get our 15 game feast started with not anything ut an appetizer.
After opening the season as impressive unbeatens, Seminole rivals Brookville and Staunton River met in an old fashioned showdown tonight in Moneta.
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SUPER=51-Moneta/Brookville vs. Staunton River;:00


Brookville head coach Mark Lineburg saw his team get scored on for the first time in 15 quarters tonight, and the Eagles would make life rougher the final two quarters of play.
But Bees senior running back Jeff Woody would give LIneburg something to smile about as he takes the opening kickoff of the second half at his own 12 yards line, heads down the sideline, then cut back to the middle and go 88 yards for the Brookville score and its 21-to-7 River.
Late in the third on second and nine Bee quarterback Jason brown hits Woody on the right sideline and he makes a couple of more good news and burns the secondary for another score and suddenly it is 21-to-13 Eagles on top.
Staunton River was up for the challenge as Danny Thomas hands off to Kevin Martin and he's going off left tackle all the way down to the 2 yard line.
SUPER=52-Brookville/13/Staunton River/28;


Martin would finish the drive and finish off the Bees as Staunton River wins the battle of unbeatens and takes control in the Seminole with the 28-to-13 win over Brookville.
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((BOB GRAY/STAUNTON RIVER HEAD COACH:))
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Byrd


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Back on this side of Moneta off route 24, another surprise unbeaten was in action, as Lord Botetourt strolled into the Byrd's Dog House looking to pick a bone with the Terriers.
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SUPER=51-Vinton/Cavaliers vs. Terriers; :00


Lord Botetourt's Wesley Cox was the man in the spotlight last week, but Byrd OJ Thompson wasn't going to take his presence lying down tonight.
On Byrd's first possession on the second and 10 from their own 36, OJ breaks off left tackle and fights his way for 17 yards to set up the first Byrd score - it's 7-to-nothing Terriers.
On their very next possesion with 2:39 left in the first from the Botetourt 17, Frank English loads up in the shotgun and starts left, then goes up the middle and into the endzone to make it 14-to-nothing.
But did you hear that!!! That was the wakeup call for Botetourt.
Cox starts taking over the game as he picks up big yardage on the draw play and the Cavs are starting to pick up some momentum as they get down to the 2.
SUPER=52-Lord Botetourt/34/William Byrd/14;


Cox would walk in like a man and serve notice as Botetourt scores 34 unanswered points to stay unbeaten with the 34-to-14 win over William Byrd.
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Martinsville


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GRAPHIC=DAN RIVER/M'VILLE


More unbeaten marks on the line down in Henry County tonight as the Martinsville Bulldogs hooked up with former Piedmont bad boy Dan River, now a member of the Dogwood.
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SUPER=51-Martinsville/Dan River vs. Martinsville; :00


Who says you can't teach an old Dog new tricks as the Bulldogs mascot was drooling over the chance to play the Wildcats.
Taylor Edwards club grabbed a 17 point halftime lead, and the defense had some bite as well in the second half stuffing the Cats three times inside the 20.
The Ville would add to its total in the fourth when Manteelo Venable crashes in from five yards out and makes it a 24-to-nothing game in favor of the Dogs.
SUPER=52-Dan River/0/Martinsville/31;


Marcus Hairston added some insurance as he blasts up the gut and finds the zone from 10 yards out! Martinsville moves to 4-and-0 with the impressive 31-to-nothing win.
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((TAYLOR EDWARDS/MARTINSVILLE HEAD COACH:))
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Vista


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GRAPHIC=MAGNA VISTA/WM.CAMPBELL


It's been a tough week for the folks in Ridgeway as they continue to mourn the sudden passing of Basketball coach Jim Young.
But tonight they tried to release a few of those emotions on the football field as the Warriors entertained William Campbell in another Piedmont-Dogwood matchup.
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SUPER=51-Ridgeway/William Campbell vs. Magna Vista; :00


Head coach Don Bateman got the night started with some final instructions for his team.
But William Campbell would take a shot at lighting up the scoreboard first as Eric Pannell picks up good yardage on the carry. But the drive would stall inside the Warriors five.
The Warriors, who got 4 turnovers last week in a win over Liberty took advantage of another one tonight as Travis Preston takes off on a 47 yard jaunt that turns into a TD as the Warriors take a 6-to-nothing lead.
SUPER=52-William Campbell/8/Magna Vista/31;


Magna Vista then went for two, and Chad Blackstock hands off to Ceron Penn who barrels into the endzone and Magna Vista beats William Campbell 31 to 8.
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Chatham


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Another Dogwood-PIedmont extravaganza taking place tonight in Chatham, where the Cavs rolled out the welcome may for the boys from Stuart.
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SUPER=51-Chatham; :00


The Chatham Cheerleaders were pumped up for tonight's showdown with the Cougars.
And Patrick County would make the first move as Carter Deekens hands off to Junior Penn, and Penn is scooting 50 yards to glory as he rolls in for the TD and a 14-to-nothing Patrick Co. lead.
Chatham would gather itself and answer that with Desmond Pruitt's handoff to Telvis Fitzgerald, and Telvis makes like Elvis and shakes in from 14 yards out to cut the lead to 14-to-8 after the two pointer.
SUPER=52-Patrick Co./21/Chatham/28;


Chatham would keep cooking on the season quarter with Pruitt giving it to Jerome Rigney who goes 35 yards for another cavaliers score and Chatham comes back to WIN it 28-to-21.
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Board-Bump


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The Week Five party continues in just a few moments as we head into Wythe County to check in on the always entertaining rivalry between The Maroons and Rural Retreat, plus we'll over to Max Meadows, and swing back way back over to Altavista. But first a few scores and the Marvelous MA-VA-HI marching band from Martinsville. GO TO SCORE AND BAND-A 1-FFE-SCORE

SUPER=x5019
SUPER=64-Hargrave/Sat./North Cross/1:30;



SUPER=64-Fishburne/Sat./Roanoke Catholic/2:00;



SUPER=64-Richlands/Sat./Graham/7:30;



SUPER=64-Patrick Co./21/Chatham/28;



SUPER=64-Wm. Campbell/8/Magna Vista/31;



SUPER=64-Dan River/0/Martinsville/31;



SUPER=64-Gretna/14/Altavista/7;



SUPER=64-Auburn/14/Galax/16;



SUPER=64-Halifax Co./6/Patrick Henry/28;



SUPER=64-Alleghany Co./20/Rockbridge Co./21;



SUPER=64-Brookville/13/Staunton River/28;



SUPER=64-Christiansburg/14/Northside/21;



SUPER=64-Science Hill TN/13/Pulaski Co./38;



F.Chiswell


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Welcome back everybody as we now head down into Wythe County.
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And over to Max Meadows where the Fort Chiswell Pioneers hooked up with Giles.
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SUPER=51-Max Meadows/Giles vs. Fort Chiswell; :00


A big crowd tonight in Fort Chiswell as the Pioneers entered the field for this out non-district battle with the Spartans.
And it would turn out to be an uphill battle as Chris Ratcliffe runs it in from six yards out from the single wing to make it 8-to-nothing after the conversion.
Things looked promising for the Pioneers on the next drive as Phillip Russell connects with Nat Thomas for a 21 yard completion. But they fumbled later in the drive.
SUPER=52-Giles/48/Fort Chiswell/7 ;


That would allow Giles to cash in again as Ratcliffe does it again scoring from four yards out as the Spartans stay unbeaten with the 48 to 7 win.
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R.Retreat


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Whenever Wythe County rivals George Wythe and Rural Retreat get together the referee usually only needs to roll out the ball to get folks fired up.
Tonight the game added a little extra side attraction and Denise Allen has more on that plus the highlights of the Indians easy win over the Maroons.
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SUPER=51-Rural Retreat; :00
SUPER=50-Larry Russell/George Wythe Head Coach; :38
SUPER=50-Gene Fields/Rural Retreat Running Back; :58
SUPER=50-Roy Miller/Hall of Fame Inductee; 1:03
SUPER=50-Paul Moore/Hall of Fame Inductee; 1:25
SUPER=52-George Wythe/3/Rural Retreat/43; 1:46
SUPER=50-Dean Rhea/Rural Retreat Head Coach; 1:52
SUPER=58-Denise Allen; 1:58
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OUT Q=Friday football Extra
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Altavista


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GRAPHIC=GRETNA/ALTAVISTA


What a difference a week makes for the Gretna Hawks!
Last week the team lost to Laurel Park 14-to-12 to become the state's all-time record holder for consecutive losses on the football field.
The setback was the Hawks 44th straight, and to make matters worse tonight they had to hit the road and travel to Altavista.
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SUPER=51-Altavista/Gretna vs. Altavista; :00


First year head coach Robert Prunty had his players attention late in the game with a 14-to-7 lead and the chance to break the string within sight.
And the Hawks heeded his words especially on defense where Dexter Glass intercepts Altavista's Jesse Rickman to protest the 7 point advantage.
Still Gretna almost found a way to kill itself, punter Andy Dolan takes the bad snap in punt formation and laterals to Markall Clark but the adlib is called by - illegal procedure.
SUPER=52-Gretna/14/Altavista/7;


But Gretna is able to hang on tonight and beat Altavista 14-to-7 to snap their 44 games losing streak.
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2-Board-Bump


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Immediate trips to Danville, Cave Spring, Pulaski and Victory stadium are scheduled for tonight's Triple-a portion of the show.
And we'll have that for you after the second batch of scores and Rural Retreat Indians Marching Band. GO TO SCORES AND BAND-B 2-FFE-SCORE

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SUPER=64-Gate City/41/Lebanon/14;



SUPER=64-George Wythe/3/Rural Retreat/43;



SUPER=64-Bland Co./50/Craig Co./16;



SUPER=64-Liberty/7/Heritage/6;



SUPER=64-Giles/48/Ft. Chiswell/7;



SUPER=64-Wm. Fleming/8/G.W. Danville/31;



SUPER=64-James Monroe/36/Summers Co./0;



SUPER=64-E.C. Glass/21/Cave Spring/11;



SUPER=64-Blacksburg/14/Salem/34;



SUPER=64-Lord Botetourt/34/Wm. Byrd/14;



SUPER=64-Bath Co./27/Franklin WV/14;



SUPER=64-Chilhowie/28/Northwood/7;



Danville


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Let's now make a move down to Southside.
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Where the William Fleming Colonels were just looking to score against the George Washington Eagles - who have definitely had their number over the last few years.
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SUPER=51-Danville/William Fleming vs. G.W. Danville; :00


We PICK up this full moon showdown in the third with George Washington on top 17-to-nothing.
Chanceton Rogers hands off to Antonie Kirby - and he turns the routine play in to a 15 yard score as the lead balloons to 24-to-nothing in the 3rd.
Rogers would do his thing again in the fourth as he keeps this time and scores on his own from 6 yards away and it's 31-to-nothing Eagles and time to bring in the JV players.
SUPER=52-William Fleming/8/George Washington/31;


Fleming would avoid the shutout but just barely. Lee Suggs scores from 80 yards away.
GW had shutout Fleming for four years, 47 minutes and 22 seconds before Suggs scores with 37 ticks to go.
The Eagles still soar to the 31-to-8 win.
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((ED MARTIN/GEORGE WASHINGTON HEAD COACH:))
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Cave


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The next RVD-Western cross district rivalry of the night was over in Southwest Roanoke County where cave hosted E.C. Glass.
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SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./E.C. Glass vs. Cave Spring; :00


The Cavs Spring Knights band and flag squad performed their pregame routine under some stormy skies.
But the real storm was on the visitor's side of the field, With 5:20 left in the first the Toppers get in the zone with Antonie Carrington giving it to Brian Anthony for the seven yard TD. It's 7-zip.
Then just minutes into the second quarter Glass ball carrier Jabarie Higginbothan takes off around end on the reverse, but he's stripped of the ball and the Knight's Greg Wells recovers for Cave Spring!!
SUPER=52-E.C. Glass/21/Cave Spring/11;


Cave would cap the drive with a field goal as David Crisafi boots in the 32 yard field goal to cut the gap, but Glass keeps the Knights winless with the 21 to 11 win.
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Pulaski


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GRAPHIC=PULASKI/SCIENCE HILL


The Pulaski County Cougars played their second straight out of state opponent tonight in the Cougars Den as Science Hill made its way from 81 from Tennessee.
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SUPER=51-Pulaski Co./Science Hill vs. Pulaski Co.; :00


The Cougar fans were greeted with rain tonight at Kenneth Dobson stadium as they got ready to fire up the second half.
With just a three point lead, the Cougars would light up the scoreboard and make it 17-to-7 with Ronald Branch getting the job done from 16 yards out for the Cougars.
Science Hill would fumble the ball back to Pulaski and Craig Hodge would get this TD from 4 yards out and its suddenly a 24-to-7 Pulaski advantage.
SUPER=52-Science Hill, TN/13/Pulaski Co./38;


Hodge would add another score at the beginning of the fourth quarter with this 47 yard gallop.
The Cougars break bad on the boys from Tennessee beating Science Hill 38 to 13.
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PH


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Our final RVD western roundup was down the hill at Victory stadium where Patrick Henry staggered back home after last week's drubbing in Danville to tackle Halifax County.
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SUPER=51-Roanoke/Halifax Co. vs. Patrick Henry; :00


We pick it up at the half with PH on top 21-to-nothing and the "New Look" PH cheerleaders headed up Student Government president Max Masinter strutting their stuff - with an emphasis on the Stuff!!
The Patriots as any team would be, were extremely inspired by the cheerleaders as James Hickinbotham bigs up 75 of his 223 yards rushing on this TD run down the sideline to make it 28-to-zip.
Halifax would take the ensuing kickoff and have everything og its way including this Carlos Jackson option, complete with a bounce pass to Michael Chappell - he would later cap the drive to make it 28-to-6.
SUPER=52-Halifax Co./6/Patrick Henry/28;


Hickinbotham would step up one more time as he blasts up the middle, turns to the outside and burns for 26 more yards. Patrick Henry bounces back from last week to beat the Comets 28-to-6.
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3-Board-Bump


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Three more stops before we shutdown the highlights on Week Five. We need to head over Salem, Northside and Rustburg, but first we need to get in step with the Pride of Salem Marching Band. Go to scores and band-c 3-FFE-SCORE

SUPER=x5019
SUPER=64-Tunstall/6/Bassett/12;



SUPER=64-Grayson Co./41/Narrows/22;



SUPER=64-Franklin Co./16/Amherst Co./52;



SUPER=64-Patrick Henry GS/35/Abingdon/14;



SUPER=64-Jefferson Forest/47/Rustburg/22;



SUPER=64-Floyd Co./49/Shawsville/27;



SUPER=64-James River/15/Glenvar/14;





Salem


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We're back and ready to head over to Salem where the Spartans
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welcomed Blue Ridge district member Blacksburg to town. These two schools have played some memorable games in the past, including a state semi-final game in the stadium.
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SUPER=51-Salem/Blacksburg vs. Salem; :00


It was Beach night in Salem at halftime as the fans played a little volleyball in the stands.
In the 3rd quarter and Salem on top 20-to-14, the Spartans convert a third and goal at the one with Brandon Poff diving in to make it 27-to-14.
The action would heat up again in the fourth as Salem from its own 48 yard line looks to RJ Beckwith to give the pill to Chris Stewart. He shoots up the middle and gets outside for 33 yards.
SUPER=52-Blacksburg/14/Salem/34 ;


With 40 seconds left in the game, Blacksburg would try to close the gap, but the Salem defense shuts the door with Tommy LeForce's deep ball falling into the hands of Matt Anderson and the Salem linebacker will spring past the defense into the end zone from 68 yards out. Salem beats Blacksburg 34-to-14.
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((WILLIS WHITE/SALEM HEAD COACH ))
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OUT Q=...A CRAZY GAME, YOU KNOW IT."
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Northside


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GRAPHIC=NORTHSIDE/C'BURG


Let's now head over to Northside where Jim Hickam's Vikes were back home after two road losses and a bye week.
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SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Christiansburg vs. Northside; :00


It was homecoming at Viking stadium as Christiansburg came to town for the first time as a member of the Blue Ridge.
The Vikings would look good in their opening drive going 75 yards with John Doss getting in for the TD from a yard out to make it 7-to-nothing.
Not to be outdone, Christiansburg would put its high flying offense in the air and tally seven of its own as Matt Wright hauls in the John Hindle pass.
SUPER=52-Christiansburg/14/Northside/21 ;


But "Ground Hick" would crank out another clock eating drive with Doss punching in another one as Northside tops Christiansburg 21 to 14.
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Rustburg


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GRAPHIC=J.FOREST/RUSTBURG


After biting the bullet and going one and three to open the season against Triple-A opponents, the Cavaliers had something to prove tonight against Double-A Rustburg, and their fans were ready.
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SUPER=51-Rustburg/Jefferson Forest vs. Rustburg; :00


The Cavs would score early and often in this one as Cris Ridgeway takes the opening kickoff of the game and goes 75 yards for the touchdown and it's 6-to-nothing just 16 seconds into the game.
Forest would get the ball back, and this time Frank Wade tales the option pitch and goes 81 yards for the TD and in less than three minutes the Cavs have 2 TDs and a 14-to-nothing advantage on the stunner Red Devils.
SUPER=52-Jefferson Forest/47/Rustburg/22 ;


And the Jefferson Forest Defense also got the job done as they put the hat on the Devils.
The Cavaliers slam Forest 47 to 22.
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Stopper


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IN Q=AUDIO FULL
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OUT Q=...team of the week."
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((Last Friday night, the Magna Vista Warriors rolled into Bedford County and from Ridgeway and put the wood on the LIberty Minutemen.
Don Bateman's team that has always been known for its offense, proved it can also play the "D".
The Warriors held Liberty to just 9 yards of rushing offense in the team's 58-to-8 win!!
Magna Vista also picked off two passes and recovered two fumbles.
The Magna Vista Warriors this week's Defensive team of the week.))
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go to break

Super-7


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Last week's action coupled with some of tonight's scores have had some impact on the Super 7 for week three.
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SUPER=65-1. G.W. Danville/5-0/2. E.C. Glass/4-0/3. Giles/4-0/4. Staunton

River/5-0/5. Martinsville/5-0/6. Lord Botetourt/4-0/7. Magna Vista/4-0;
SUPER=66-Gretna/1-3;
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George Washington hammers Fleming to move to 5-and-0.
Glass struggles with Cave but moves to second, Giles is third, Staunton River jumps up to fourth by betaing previously second ranked Brookville. Martinsville is fifth, Botetourt up tio sixth, and magna Vista in at 7th.
And the pollbuster tonight is Gretna. The Hawks break their 44 games losing streak by beating Altavista.
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Player


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Lord Botetourt is off to its best start since Doug Ward coached the Cavaliers back in the 80's.
SUPER=Full Screen


And one of the reasons why is the inspired play of two way performer Wesley Cox our Friday Football Extra player of the Week.
Roy Stanley has his story.
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SUPER=51-Daleville; :00
SUPER=50-Andy Ward/Lord Botetourt Head Coach; :10
SUPER=51-Daleville/Cavaliers vs Eagles; :24
SUPER=50-Wesley Cox/FFE Player of The Week; :37
SUPER=59-Roy Stanley; 1:12
RUNS=1:44
OUT Q=....football extra."
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((For the past two seasons, Cox has been the glue that's kept the Cavaliers together through the good and bad times.)) ((ANDY WARD/BOTETOURT HEAD COACH: )) ((But last week against Franklin County Cox was as strong as a hurricane. The five foot 8 180 pound senior carried the ball 28 times for 309 yards and three touchdowns.)) ((WESLEY COX/PLAYER OF THE WEEK: )) ((Through three games this season cox has rushed for 759 yards for an average of 253 a game.
He has over 34-hundred career yards breaking the record set by Elton Toliver over a decade ago.)) ((COX: )) ((ROY STANDUP: )) ((WARD: )) ((COX: )) ((If Cox continues the pace on offense he could finish his season season with two thousand yards rushing. (-------------) Roy Stanley Friday Football Extra.))