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Welcome everybody to week ten of Friday Football Extra, where for the first time this year we learned the true meaning of "Cold Chilling."
The temperatures dropped, but a number of teams rose to the occasion this evening. pulaski/ph including the Pulaski County Cougars who clinched at least a tie for the Roanoke Valley district championship tonight with a 28 to 0 win over Patrick Henry.
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The Cougars took a 14-to-nothing lead at the half, and came out looking to double that in the third.
Criag Hodge scores on the five yard run and the Cougars take a 21-to-nothing with 10:01 left in the third.
On Patrick Henry's next possesion, the Pats would fumble the snap, and Brian Dalton would pounce on it at the PH 20 yard line
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Thet set up the clincher as the Cougars throw a little play action out of the Wing-T and Ronald Branch hits Jerome Thomas on the TD pass, and Pulaski County pitches a 28 to nothing shutout of Patrick Henry to all but lock up the RVD title.
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Fleming


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Franklin County was down at Victory stadium tonight hoping to make it 2-for-2 against the Star City's high schools.
Last Friday the Eagles shocked PH, tonight they were hoping to have the Colonels number.
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Mr. Bernie Baker, the saxophone man was getting down low with the Fleming band tonight at McLelland field.
The Colonels took an 18-to-nothing lead into the third and then watched Mondre Burnette hand off to J.R. Wood. He will pick up 19 yards down to the one before he's stopped.
Then from the one, number 22, Lee Suggs puts it in for the score and it's 25-to-nothing Colonels.
SUPER=52-Franklin Co./7/William Fleming/32;


Still in the third, Burnette will drop back and from 22 yards out hit Richard Wilson, who makes the leaping catch in the endzone.
Fleming improves to 2-and-1 in the RVD with the 32-to-7 win.
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Amherst


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The biggest Group Three-A battle of the night was in Amherst County where last year's Division Four state champs hosted unbeaten George Washington in a battle of Western district teams.
Steve Mason has the details of this evening's war in Amherst that turned into a lopsided affair.
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Albemarle


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The E.C. Glass Hilltoppers were on the road in Charlottesville tonight battling the Albemarle Patriots as the Toppers tried to stay on track for a playoff berth.
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E.C. Glass head coach Bo Henson gives his troops one last word of encouragement for stepping on the turf against the Pats tonight.
And Bo knows offense. On the Toppers third play from scrimmage, Rodnett McDaniel takes the pitch out from Antwan Carrington and he will romp down the left sideline and eventually pick up 31 yards.
Four plays later Brian Anthony bullies his way in from the one and Glass takes an early 7-to-nothing lead.
The Hilltoppers made it 14 to nothing midway through the second, as Anthony goes up the middle and into the zone
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Glass get an early start and whips up on Albemarle, posting the 27 to 21 win.
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Board-Bump


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Coming up after this short break we'll check on some Single-A action in the Three Rivers and Pioneer as we make trips to Floyd, Shawsville, Covington, and Greenville.
But first we need to get in step with the Amherst County Marching Lancer band. Go to Band-A 1-FFE SCORES

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Floyd


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We are back and ready to roll int o Floyd County where Winfred Beale's
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Floyd County Buffaloes have been quietly making a run for the playoffs. Tonight the Buffs welcomed Three Rivers rival Radford to town.
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And the Buffaloes had a fight on their hands and even the rowdie home fans couldn't tip the scales in Floyd's favor.
The Buffaloes kept it close--Nick Wohn takes the Tony Erchall hand off and wiggles through traffic, then motors 20 yards to the Radford three. The Buffaloes cut the Bobcat lead to three several plays later.
But Radford's Marion Wesley quickly makes up the points. Wesley gets the ball runs left, cuts back right to avoid Floyd defenders and waltzes into the endzone for Radford's winning T-D.
But the Buffaloes didn't given up the fight--quarterback Tony Erchall looks deep into the end zone, Matt Bishop works his way open, makes the grab and keeps one foot in bounds for the score.
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The Bobcat 'D' would save the game.
With Floyd threatening on fourth and goal at the one, Radford defenders drop the Buffalo back behind the line of scrimmage and Radford pulls the upset 23 to 20.
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Shawsville


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The rumble on Route 11 was renewed tonight in Shawsville as Shawnees welcomed the Glenvar Highlanders to the reservation for a little Three Rivers play.
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On this cool night in Montgomery County, the two school were hoping to manufacture some hot action.
Glenvar would try to do just that on a fourth and four, Seth Noonkester pitches out to Hunter Allen, who cuts around the end, through the "D" and across the line to make it 7-to-nothing Highlanders.
Late in the first, the Shawnees would attempt to make something happen, but this Chris Graham pass is picked off by John Kassebaum, and he's going to take it all the way back the other way for the 35 yard return and it's 14-to-nothing.
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Glenvar would do it again, from their own 37 as Jim Scalera takes the toss, and turn it up around the right side as Glenvar walks the walk on Shawsville. The final - Glenvar 35 - Shawsville 7.
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Covington


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It's been a tough year for the Covington Cougars who came into this week's action with just one win on the year.
Tonight they faced defending state champ Bath County at Casey Field.
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It was rather chilly in the Highlands tonight, as the fans used blankets to block the cold, and what better on a chilly night than a couple of dogs with chili - You can almost taste these!!
On the field, it looked like the Cougars would be in trouble early when Anthony Pusey TURNS the first play from scrimmage into a 69 yard score to put Bath up 6-to-nothing and send a bunch of folks back for another hot dog.
Covington would catch fire though in the second, as William Stewart takes the ball and line across the goal line for the score and a 6-all tie. And yes the DOGS were still a smoking.
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On the Cougars next possesion Brent May will handoff to Grover Price who will twist and dance his way into the endzone and Covington pulls off the big 46-to-28 upset win of Bath County to end the Chargers playoff hopes.
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Riverheads


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Since their heartbreaking loss to Parry McCluer back on October 18th the James River Knights have been making a statement.
Last week they scored 53 points against Shawsville, and tonight they tally 33 against Riverheads.
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Leading 14-to-nothing in the second, the Knights Brian LeFlore will break down the right sideline and pick 43 yards - but instead of setting up another score he fumbles to give the Gladiators a chance before halftime.
After taking over at the 2, Riverheads went to the air with Scott Farrow finding Darby Powers with reception, and watch him toss the lateral to Chris Wymer who picks up 15 yards.
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Several plays later, Brian Hill score from the 5, to make it 14-to-7, but James River wins it 33 to 14 to move to 5 and 4.
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2-Board-Bump


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We'll take a tour through the Blue Ridge district ranks in just a moment as Salem, Lord Botetourt, Northside, Byrd all try to keep pace in the upper half of the eight team race.
But right now let's check out some more scores, and take a listen to the ___________ marching band. Go to Band-B 2-FFE SCORES

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SUPER=64-Parry McCluer/46/Craig Co./12;



SUPER=64-Wm. Byrd/40/Rockbridge Co./19;



SUPER=64-Lee/18/Lebanon/28;



SUPER=64-Glenvar/35/Shawsville/7;



SUPER=64-Rural Retreat/40/Grayson Co./28;



Christian


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Time now to color the show BLUE as in the Blue Ridge Ridge district as we
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Motor up into Christiansburg and see if the Salem Spartans maintained their share of the lead in the district.
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Christiansburg was pumped for senior night and put the first points on the board.
The Blue Demons turn a botched Salem punt into a 42 yard Matt Wright field goal.
But Salem took control form there, as R.J. Beckwith looks for Rickie Eubanks across the middle, Eubanks makes the grab and the 13 yard gain. Salem would make it 14 to 3 several plays later.
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Salem used big passing plays to get in scoring position. Here R. J. Beckwith finds his wide receiver for a 30 yard gain. Salem goes on to score and win the ball game 44 to 3.
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Blacksburg


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The Lord Botetourt Cavaliers were also in the New River Valley tonight trying to keep pace with Salem and pick up another win against Blacksburg.
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The Cavs also came up from Daleville hoping to nail down a spot in the playoffs.
But Blacksburg's defense was play tough early with Michael Davis putting the hat on Wesley Cox. Davis has had an outstanding year on both sides of the ball.
The Indians offense looked sharp early, as Davis caps the 51 yard drive with the one yard plunge to make it 7-to-nothing Indians.
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But Cox would get on the good foot as he has so many times this year taking the handoff and going 58 yards for the score.
And Lord Botetourt buries the Burg 36 to 7.
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Alleghany


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In Low Moor, the Northside Vikings were also hoping keep pace in the Blue Ridge race as they tried not to get caught in an upset against Alleghany.
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Alleghany coach Max Lowe had a thin 13-to-7 lead to start the second half, and it would not hold up as Northside John Doss caps a 75 yard drive with a two yard score to tie the game at 13-all.
Alleghany would appear to regain the lead when number 86, Adam Harlowe catches this 4th down pass in the endzone - but an ineligible man down field penalty wiped it out.
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Northside would add another TD from Doss as the Vikings survive a big scare to beat the Mounties 20-to-13 in a game much tighter than folks expected.
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Rockbridge


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William Byrd is still hoping for a few things to happen to allow it to slip in the playoffs.
Tonight in Rockbridge County the Terriers found themselves in an old fashioned cat and dog scrap.
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The Wildcats came in without the services of starting quarterback Travis Clark, who suffered a broken ankle during practice earlier in the week.
Byrd was clinging to a 19-to-13 lead in the third, when Frank English dashed in from the seven to make the score 25-to-13 wth the Terriers in control.
On the very next play, Rockbridge sophomore sensation Clay Hobson returns the kickoff down the left sideline. He will take it 81 yards for the score. He returned another one earlier in the game for a TD as well. It's 25-to-19 Byrd.
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Byrd would end any hopes of a Wildcat upset though in the fourth, as English again keeps and scores and again gets in from the 7.
Byrd moves to 6-and-3 on the season with the 40-to-19 win.
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3-Board-Bump


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The Dogwood and Seminole districts are in the spotlight next as we prepare to close out the week ten highlights, and unveil this week's defensive Stopper.
But first let's wrap up the scores and get in step with Cedric Hairston's Marching Wildcats from Dan River. Go To Band-C 3-FFE SCORES

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Heritage


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We back and ready to head down into central Virginia
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Where Brookville and Heritage began what is certain be a long and interesting rival for many years to come.
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The Heritage band was getting the crowd into it as the Pioneers looked to come back from a 17-to-6 deficit.
But it appeared the Pioneer offense had stalled until Dewayne Banks took the snap and pulled off the fake punt, picking up 25 yards and a first down at the Bees 38.
Five plays later, Banks punched it in from the one and the Pioneers had cut the score to 17-to-12 early in the fourth.
Brookville's defense played the stopper role, as Michael Saelens picks off the Alex Lucy pass and takes it in the house from 29 yards and suddenly it's 24-to-12.
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The B-defense got even more stingy as Payton Townes Jr. sacks Lucy to kill the comeback bid.
But give Lucy credit last night the kid started and played in the Heritage JV game as well.
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Brookville claims the first ever Cothran Cup named in honor of Brian Cothran and Brookville Grad who was killed last year by a drunk driver.
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Liberty


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One of those friendly backyard rivalries was renewed tonight in Liberty as the Minutemen ushered in their good friends from Jefferson Forest.
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It was senior night at Liberty high school as the Minutemen tried to pull off the upset tonight against the Cavs.
In a game highlighted by special teams efforts, Nick Mistretta gets to the Liberty punter for the block and Damien Buchanan picks up the loose ball and carries it in for the TD, It's 6-to-zip.
The Minutemen offense looked like it would bounce back from that as Robert Carson tosses this 22 yard pass to Andy Fyke for a nice gain.
But the Cavs defense buckled down and out the ball back in the hands of the offense.
Jerton Evans goes up top and finds SUPER=52-Jefferson Forest/47/Liberty/6;

Theo Phelps for the score and the Cavs stay on track for the postseason with the 47 TO 6 win over county rival Liberty.
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Dan River


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In Ringgold tonight the Dan River Wildcats hosted the Gretna Hawks on homecoming night.
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The two Pittsylvania County rivals met at midfield for the coin toss and they went to work.
And Dan River would waste little time as Landrum Snyder hands off to Anthony Witcher and he scores the 5 yard TD to make it 7-to-nothing Wildcats.
In the second quarter Ken Meador would watch his team score again as Snyder gives the ball to Joe Saunders, who gallops in from 33 yards to make it 21-to-nothing.
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Witcher would then get his second score of the night from five yards away as Dan River wins it 48 to 8.
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Tease#1



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The next to last Super-7 of the season is coming up, along with the latest Player of the Week.
But first a look at one of the most dominating defensive performances turned in this season in our Stopper of the Week segment.
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(( Last Friday night in Salem, this handshake was as close as the Alleghany Mountaineers would come to the Spartans all night long.
The Salem offense fired up the Homecoming crowd with a 51 points explosion, but it was the Salem defense that was really scary on this night.
The Spartans held Alleghany to just 35 yards of total offense, forced two turnovers, and kept the Mountaineers from recording even one first down!!
Willis White's Salem Spartans this week's defensive Stopper of the Week.))
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Cam


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And we have a quick update on Cam Jackson, the Amherst County player who was taken away tonight in an ambulance.
We talked just moments ago with coach Mickey Crouch who confirmed Jackson suffered an allergic reaction to Motrin.
Cam was taken to Lynchburg General where his blood pressure stabilized and he was released.
He's now home resting.
We're told he is feeling well enough to take his college placement tests tommorow.

Super-7


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No change in the Super-7 tonight as no one loses a game or loses ground.
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Co./8-1/5. Staunton River/8-1/6. Brookville/8-1/7.Lord Botetourt/8-1;
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GW whips Amherst an stays number one, Giles was off tonight, Magna Vista beats Fieldale-Collinsville to stay third, Pulaski wins. Staunton River was off,Brookville and Botetourt get big wins, and Salem crushes C-burg to hang in as the pollbuster.
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Player


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Our Player of the week did not score 4 touchdowns, did not run for 400 yards and is not even his team's best offensive player.
SS=Jeff Woody/FFE Player of the Week

BUT!!! Brookville's Jeff Woody Is one of the Seminole District's most versatile players who can hurt you in oh so many ways. Steve Mason tells us how he put the HURT on Liberty last Friday.
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((Jeff Woody is a three year starter, so how'd a 5 foot 9 160 pounder gets so much PT? ((JEFF WOODY:)) Coach Lineburg reasures everyone that dating Woody's older sister had nothing to do with Woody starting 3 years. ((MARK LINEBURG:))
Woody IS as versatile as they come. In last week's win over Liberty. Woody pecked the Minutemen for 178 all purpose yards, two touchdowns and set up another pair of TD's. ((MARK LINEBURG:))
He's got a knack making big plays. He intercepted a pass and returned it 58 yards to the Liberty 11 yard line that set up a Brookville TD. ((JEFF WOODY:))
His versatility extends off the field, Woody has a 3.3 grade point average Steve Mason Friday Football Extra.)) ((
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College


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More college football action is coming your way Saturday afternoon right here on your hometown station.
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PINNACLE PAGE --
At Noon we'll have the fighting Irish of Notre Dame taking on Navy as the Midshipmen try to become the second service academy this season to beat the Irish.
That game is being played in Ireland.
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pinnacle page
Then at 3:30, a Big East battle is coming your way as the Syracuse Orangemen take on the West Virginia Mountaineers.
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As for Friday Football Extra, the gang will be back next week for the final Friday night of the regular season. go to close and credits Until then thanks for watching and have a safe weekend folks.