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Cave


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Welcome folks to another soggy edition of Friday Football Extra.
For seven weeks we were as dry as a bone, but now for the last two Fridays the rain has been beating us down.
Our crews are back in the house attempting to dry out, I hope you can get warm and do the same in the next half hour.
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We have 15 games for you tonight so let's get started over at Knights Stadium in southwest Roanoke County where unbeaten William Fleming hooked up with the much improved Cave Spring Knights.
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It was getting a little deep on the sidelines tonight as Cave Spring clings to a one point lead at the half.
On Fleming's first possesion of the second half, from their own 27 - Lee Suggs takes it down the right side for a 73 yard touchdown dash. Fleming goes on top 12-to-7 after the missed conversion.
The Knights will take back the lead. From 38 yards out, Corey Paxton drops back and finds Joe Mullins down the left side. It's a foot race to the zone and Mullins wins it to give the Knights a 13-to-12 lead.
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But with 3 minutes left in the game. The Colonels let Suggs take in from 13 yards out on the standup score. Fleming wins its second straight tight RVD battle 18-to-13 to stay unbeaten at 8 and 0.
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PH


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Patrick Henry was stunned by the Knights last Friday night, and this evening the Patriots had part of their Homecoming festivities ruined by the rain as they hosted Franklin County at the stadium.
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The rain couldn't stop the hardcore PH fans from showing their support.
Early in the third PH was 22-to-nothing and the Eagles were trying to strike back when Bobby Basham connects with Jacob Gibson on a nice 20 yard gain, but the drive would stall.
In the fourth, The Patriots would ground the Eagles one more time as Boo Battle gives it to James Hickenbotham - who goes 23 yards for the final Patriot tally to make it 29-to-nothing.
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The Eagles would avoid the shutout, as Basham hands off to Henry Eggleston who gets in from five yards away.
But PH wins it 29-to-7.
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Alleghany


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The wide open Blue Ridge district hoped to take on some clear definition at the top tonight with a number of key games including one in Low Moor where the Mountaineers entertained Salem.
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But Alleghany lost one of its major weapons when quarterback Shannon Johnson had to leave the game with a concussion.
We pick up the action in the third quarter with Salem leading 28 to zip.
The Mountaineers have a difficult time getting their offense in gear, a collision during the handoff causes a fumble and gives the Spartans the ball deep in Alleghany territory.
And Salem doesn't waste any time, Andy Mullins with the short pass to John Hancock, Hancock tip-toes down the sideline for another Spartan score.
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Salem would dominate, here Chris Schwizer gives the ball to Manuel Lewis.
Lewis barrels through the line and motors 51 yards and the Spartans cruise to a 49 to nothing victory over Alleghany.
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Christian


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While those to were sloshing around at Mountaineer Field, the William Byrd Terriers and Christiansburg Blue Demons were trying to keep pace.
Both came into their meeting this evening with 3-and-1 district marks.
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Down in Christiansburg, there was plenty of mud on hand as the Blue Demons tried to have a little fun at Byrd's expense.
After a scoreless first half, Christiansburg's offense would start clicking as Quarterback Lance Reynolds hooks up with John Hindel for ten yards and a first down.
Two plays later at the start of the fourth quarter, Charles Carter comes out of the back field with full steam and goes 41- yards down the left side for the touchdown.
This makes the score seven to nothing.
William Byrd would try to drive late in the game but Lady Luck wasn't on their side. On fourth down--
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Quarterback Josh Wheeler is stopped short of the first and Christiansburg beats William Byrd seven to nothing .
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((MIKE COLE/CHRISTIANSBURG HEAD COACH:))
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Northside


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The Northside Vikings also came into tonight with just one district setback.
The Vikes hosted Blacksburg, a young team that just last week got its first win of the season.
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SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Blacksburg vs. Northside; :00


Even the foul weather couldn't keep the Viking band from playing their pregame selection for the brave and faithful.
Afterall this is Viking weather - and Xavier Lee gives the pill to Xavier Cargile, and he bulls his way up the middle for the first down.
Lee would then go out for a play and Brad McGrady comes in and dishes it to Terry Peters and he speeds down the left side for another Viking first down.
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Lee would come right back in and on the first play of the second quarter, he gives it to Cargile for the 20 yard gain.
Northside bumps Blacksburg 7 to 3.
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Board-Bump


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The single-A schools get their turn in the spotlight after this quick break.
We'll put up our umbrellas and head to Glenvar, Floyd, Shawsville and Covington.
But first - the bands stayed out of the rain tonight in order to take care of their uniforms and instruments.
So, Friday Football Extra editor Hank Ebert is picking some blasts form the past for us tonight.
We begin with George Wythe high school. GO TO BAND A 1-FFE
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SUPER=64-Auburn/37/Bland Co./0;



SUPER=64-Graham/20/Carroll Co./12;



SUPER=64-Staunton River/12/Rustburg/43;



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SUPER=64-Parry McCluer/21/Covington/28;



SUPER=64-Brunswick/16/North Cross/14;



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Glenvar


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Time now for the Group-A ranks to take over for a while.
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And let's begins this block of the show in Highlander Heaven where the Radford Bobcats looked to continue their streak of not only beating Three Rivers opponents, but not letting them score.
Roy Stanley has the details of tonight's game.
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Floyd


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Floyd County is still very much in the district race with only one Three Rivers setback.
Tonight the Buffs stepped out of league play to tangle with Craig County.
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A thin crowd on hand tonight in Floyd where the Buffs looked to pick up win number 6 this year.
And Floyd would get on the board first. With just under 5 minutes to go in the first quarter - sophomore sensation Josh Spence goes up the middle, gets good traction, and he will eventually hydroplane 62 yards into the zone. It's 7-to-zip Buffs.
Craig County's defense looked as if it would tighten down after that as the Rockets try to slow the running game.
But the Buffs would get on the board with their opening play of the second quarter.
Spence does it again with some nice moves on the defense. He rattle down
SUPER=52-Craig Co./0/Floyd Co./28;

he sideline for a 32 yard TD run. Floyd County improves to 6-and-2 with the 28 to nothing win.
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Shawsville


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A Three Rivers - Pioneer cross district clash was the order of the night up in Shawsville as the Shawnees hosted James River.
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Both teams came into this wet affair on the bottom of the their respective district races.
James River would look good early in the rain as freshman quarterback Marlon Rickman hands off to Jimmy Thompson, who gets 16 yards on the carry.
The Shawnees would also show some ability to move the ball on the ground as Ryan Cashwell hands off to Ryan Childress and he picks up 14 yards.
But the on a wet night the River SUPER=52-James River/20/Shawsville/0;

always has the upper hand.
Thompson scores from 7 yards out as the Knights shutout Shawsville tonight 20 to nothing.
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Covington


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The Covington Cougars and Parry McCluer Fighting Blues both opened the season by taking their lumps against some non-district competition.
But both came into tonight's Pioneer showdown at Boodie Albert Stadium unbeaten in the Pioneer.
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The Cougars prance onto the turf ready to up their district record to 3 and OH.
And Covington would get a break in the first quarter, on third and one Parry McCluer going for the first down losses the pigskin and a Cougar is there waiting to get his paws on it.
Covington takes over on the Fighting Blues' 40 yardline, Antonio Hill takes the hand off, makes a quick dash to the sideline and races to the zone and a seven nothing Cougar lead.
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But the Fighting Blues lived up to their name.
A turnover and penalty puts the ball on the Covington four yardline and Parry McCluer's Jeremiah Brockenbrough follows blockers to seven points.
Covington continues its turnaround with a 28-to-21 win.
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2-Board-Bump


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Two remaining unbeaten teams were in action tonight in separate district games.
We'll check on Carroll County and Heritage, plus see if former unbeaten Brookville bounced back tonight.
But right now let's hear some sounds from Radford high school from several weeks ago. go to score and band-b 2-FFE
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SUPER=64-Lord Botetourt/6/Rockbridge Co./19;



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Carroll


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Time now to head down to Hillsville where unbeaten Carroll County, and the Cavs nasty defense
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faced its biggest district challenge of the year as perennial Southwest district king Graham came calling.
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SUPER=51-Hillsville/Graham vs. Carroll co.; :00


Graham maintained a 13-to-6 lead into the third quarter, but the Cavs were on the comeback trail when a near turnover threatened to get them sidetracked. Billy Clougher looses the handle on the ball - but he picks it right up. And with the help of some great second and third effort he gets the first down on the Graham 13.
Two plays later, Mo Laing would find Derrick Wall in the front corner of the end zone for the TD. Graham's lead is cut to 13-to-12.
SUPER=52-Graham/20/Carroll Co./12;


But Graham would seal the deal and preserve the win with James Green's interception return for a touchdown. The G-Men hand Carroll County its first loss of the season winning it 20 to 12.
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Heritage


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Unbeaten Heritage was back home in City Stadium tonight looking to keep pace with idle Jefferson Forest on top of the Seminole.
Tonight the pioneer obstacle was a group of Raiders.
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SUPER=51-Lynchburg/Appomattox vs. Heritage; :00


It was a soggy City Stadium where the Heritage PIoneers took their seven and oh mark and a lot of confidence into a showdown with the Appomattox Raiders.
Antron Smith got the Pioneers in the scoring column first with this four yard TD. He bulls in and it's 7-to-nothing.
Antron was more like the "An-Train" as he does his best imitation of the little engine that could dragging tacklers with him for 18 yards down to the Appomattox 4 yard line.
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All aboard!! - the "Antron" train is pulling into the station again.
He scores one more time and Heritage improves to 8-and-0 with the
49 to nothing win.
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Liberty


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The Brookville Bees lost their first game of the season last Friday night, but nothing takes away that sting better getting back on the field.
The Bees sis just that tonight at Liberty.
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SUPER=51-Bedford/Brookville vs. Liberty; :00


It has become a tradition at Liberty for the MInutemen to rub head coach Scott Abell's head for good luck.
And in this weather add a little prell and it would have been a shampoo.
But this one was anything but a wash.
Liberty is up 12-to-9 in the third when Robert Carson breaks free on a keeper and goes 43 yards all the way down to the Brookville 2 yard line.
Two plays later is Carson on a not so sneaky quarterback sneak. It's 19-to-9 Liberty on top.
But the Bees regrouped with a field goal and then Kevin Mitchell returns the punt 65 yards down the sideline and into the big house as the Bees tie the game at 19 with 3 and half minute to go.
Carson had to leave the game with a knee injury and Brookville took advantage.
SUPER=52-Brookville/25/Liberty/19;


Jay Cowens scores with 1:17 left on the clock as the Bees come from behind and pull out the 25-to-19 win.
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3-Board-Bump


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Trips to Stuart, Chatham and North Cross are in store for us when we return from commercial break.
We'll also meet this week's defensive stopper.
But first one band did play for us tonight!!
Let's check out the Pride of Salem band tooting its horn in Low Moor. go to band c and scores 3-FFE
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Patrick


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Welcome back to the show we call Friday Football Extra.
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Last Friday - Magna Vista took control of the Piedmont by shutting out Martinsville.
Tonight, Don Bateman's Warriors were in Stuart taking on tough Patrick County.
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SUPER=51-Stuart/Magna Vista vs. Patrick Co.; :00


With the rain falling at a steady pace, umbrellas were more than fashion statement mechanism tonight.
The hardest job on the field belonged to the ball boys.
Moving the ball was just as soggy a task most of the time. But the Warriors would find running room down the near sideline as Alex Seals gets the rock inside the five. But a penalty would wipe it out.
Patrick County would get its shot midway through the second quarter. On a 4th and 8, Carter Deacon hits David Morrison for the first down in the Magna Vista red zone.
SUPER=52-Magna Vista/0/Patrick Co./6;


Several plays later, the Cougars would score with Aji Dixon sweeping in off the right side. Patrick County shuts out Magna Vista 6 to nothing.
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Chatham


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The Chatham Cavaliers were home tonight taking on Dogwood district foe William Campbell in one of the only games in southside.
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The Cavaliers were stretching out in the pregame before the rain hit town.
William Campbell did its stretching in the first quarter as Dominique Dews hands off to Tony Miller for the 20 yard touchdown run and BANG the Generals are on top 7-to-nothing.
In the second, Dews will pass to Travis Briggs for a 23 yard touchdown over the middle and William Campbell doubles its pleasure and takes a 14-to-nothing lead.
Chatham would finally get it in gear with P.J. Martin passing to Justin Carter. The two hook up for a 28 yard score and the William Campbell lead is sliced to 14-to-7.
But the Generals offense would keep cranking with Dews on the run. He slips at the 15, but regains his balance and eventually picks up 27 yards on the scramble to set up another score.
SUPER=52-William Campbell/35/Chatham/13;


Dews gets his second TD of the night as he connects with Travis Davis on the short pass. Davis does the rest with some serious open field running.
William Campbell beats Chatham 35 to 13.
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Cross


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And finally tonight we end with the first game of the day.
This afternoon North Cross hosted Brunswick Academy out of Lawrenceville as the Raiders hoped to get their first win of the season.
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SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Brunswick vs. North Cross; :00


As if things weren't tough enough for the Raiders, starting quarterback Joe Thielecke was injured early in the game.
But freshman backup Adam Beason came is and he hands off to fellow freshman Charlie Glenn as the FROSH give the Raiders an 8-to-nothing lead.
But Brunswick would come back three plays later with a quarterback keeper on third and one. The play goes 66 yards and Brunswick ties the game at 8-all.
North Cross would go back in front right before halftime with Matt Stover,
SUPER=52-Brunswick/16/North Cross/14;

a tenth grader going around the left end.
But North Cross loses a tough on 16-to-14.
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Tease#1



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We'll make a little history tonight as we welcome out first ever player of the week from Altavista high school to the program.
And we'll check out the Super-7.
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But first the history lesson is coming up as we meet a former General who is now a Colonel, and loving life in his new home.
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GO TO STOPPER MIKE
But first, time to put up our guard and pass out this week's defensive stopper of the week award.

Stopper


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((Last Friday night in Christiansburg, Mike Cole's surging Blue Demons pitched a shutout against Lord Botetourt by utilizing the bend but don't break philosophy.
Christiansburg gave up 217 yards and 11 first downs but when it mattered most, they were mighty stingy.
Clinging to a 7-to-nothing lead late in the third, the Demons forced this fumble on a fourth and goal.
It turned out to be the turning point of the game, as Botetourt never had another serious threat and the Blue Demons posted a 14-to-nothing shutout win.
Christiansburg, this week's defensive team of the week.))
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go to break

Super-7


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The Friday Football Extra Super 7 has been a topsy turvy poll all season long
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with William Fleming being about the only constant from the preseason. Tonight there is more movement within the rankings.
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Co./8-1/Patrick Henry/7-1/Rural Retreat/7-1;
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William Fleming remains number one Heritage moves up to two, Jefferson Forest takes over the 3 spot, Carroll Co. falls to fourth, PH comes back in at number 6 and Rural Retreat bounces back in the poll in the seven spot.
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And the pollbusters tonight are Covington which has now won three in a row after opening 0-and-5, and Christiansburg which shuts out its second straight Blue Ridge opponent.
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Player


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Central Virginia has been a hot bed for producing quality high school football players for many years.
But it has taken 14 years of this show for us to land a player of the week from Altavista.
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Roy Stanley says Eric Pannell is excited about the honor, but his main focus is turning the Colonels into a contender in the Dogwood District.
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((Pannell transferred to Altavista from William Campbell year and a half ago. He's won the hearts of his coaches and teachers. And the player of the week honors come at a time when the Colonel football program is working toward a spot in the high school playoffs.)) ((STEVE JENKINS/ALTAVISTA HEAD COACH: )) ((Pannell has been altavista's player of the week through the first seven games. He's carried the ball 132 times for a thousand and 54 yards and 13 touchdowns. And he's also shown his teammates what it takes to win.)) ((ERIC PANNELL/PLAYER OF THE WEEK: )) ((JENKINS: )) ((Last week at Dan River Pannell had his second 200 yard game of the season he also scored 2 touchdowns in the Colonels 26 to 22 win over Dan River.
Just another night for the Colonel tailback.)) ((JENKINS: )) ((PANNELL: )) ((ROY STANLEY: )) ((PANNELL: )) ((JENKINS: )) ((Pannell is a junior and he has one more year left to carry the mail for the Colonels. Roy Stanley Friday Football Extra.))
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Thanks Roy and thank you for hanging in their with us on this wet, chilly night. www web page
If you missed anything tonight or any of the pervious weeks just check us out on the world wide web.
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Don't forget tomorrow at 3:30 Virginia Tech battles West Virginia right here on Your Hometown station.
Hope you can join us for that. take a break For all of us here at Friday Football Extra have a great weekend everybody.