23:35-01

Salem
ANCHOR=Mike
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SUPER=59-Mike Stevens;


Welcome everybody to Friday Football Extra and our annual Halloween show.
Believe it or not - I'm your host Mike Stevens.
The last time Halloween hit on a Friday night was back in 1986.
That night Joel Hicks got a reprimand from the VHSL for some remarks he made concerning officiating LIVE on this program after Salem beat the Cougars.
Tonight we have 15 games for you and lots of surprises. MIKE REMOVES CAPE
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And let's begin in Salem where the Spartans looked to eliminate one of the middle men in their drive to the playoffs, the surging Christiansburg Blue Demons.
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SUPER=51-Salem/Christiansburg vs. Salem; :00


The fans in Salem didn't let us down tonight as they got the memo to dress out in the proper attire for the night.
The Salem players seemed to be in a hurry to change into their costumes, as well. On their second play from scrimmage Andy Mullins races up the Spartans' sideline for 26 yards all the way to the Demons 3. That setup the first score of the night.
The Spartans would waste little time in striking again. Chris Stuart plunges in from the one yard line making it a 14-to-nothing
The Blue Demons tried to jump start their offense, but Salem's Trey Shifflett
SUPER=52-Christiansburg/7/Salem/47;


picks off the pass on the 31 yard line and it would set up another score.
Salem continues to play wicked defense as it rolls to a 47 to 7 win.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=SALEM/C'BURG


One footnote to this game, many of the children and teens who attended this game and went trick or treating are now inside the Salem Baptist church on Broad Street watching Friday Football Extra on a big screen TV, they rented just for the purpose of watching by head float around here this evening.

Northside


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Northside had just one district loss coming into tonight's Blue Ridge battle with slumping Alleghany, a team that had dropped two straight in the league.
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SUPER=51-Alleghany vs. Northside; :00


With Northside leading 14-to-nothing to start the second half, coach Hickam warned the Vikes to look out for the proverbial rock in the trick or treat bag.
It seemed that VIkes did get all the treats as Xavier Cargile scores from six yards out to make it 21-to-nothing.
But the Mountaineers had a few tricks of their own for the Vikings. Shannon Johnson hits Shawn Moss on a seven yard scoring strike. The Mounties cut the lead to 21-to-8.
On their next possesion, the Mounties cap a 37 yard drive with another Johnson to Moss TD. It's a 7 yard score and it's suddenly 21-to-14.
Alleghany would score its third unanswered TD on this Johnson run down the side. The Mounties tie it at 21-all.
SUPER=52-Alleghany/21/Northside/27;


Northside's offense would pull off the final trick of the night, as Cargile breaks free up the middle and scores from 19 yards away.
The Vikes win a wild one 27-to-21.
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((JIM HICKAM/NORTHSIDE HEAD COACH:))
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OUT Q=...GIVE THEM AN EDGE."
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Byrd


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William Byrd was looking to get back on track tonight at the Doug Pound where the Terriers hosting Rockbridge County in an appropriate Halloween night Dog and Cat fight.
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The scariest thing at Terrier field tonight is the fact that "Disco" may be attempting a serious comeback.
But that guy had little affect on the field as Rockbridge marches 61 yards on the opening drive and take a 6-to-nothing lead as Scott Sorrell sweeps around the near side for the score.
Byrd would answer back with an 80 yard, 13 play drive capped by Daniel Wagner's 8 yard run up the gut. The score is now 7-to-6 Byrd.
Wagner would get Byrd on the board again with five minutes
SUPER=52-Rockbridge Co./12/William Byrd/49;


left in the first quarter. The Terriers win their seventh game of the year 49 to 12 win over Rockbridge County.
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Brookville


ANCHOR=Mike
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The unbeaten Heritage Pioneers tried to stay that way tonight as they ventured into Stinger Stadium for a pivotal game with once beaten Brookville.
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Six trick or treaters in matching outfits found their way onto the field tonight in Campbell County.
It was a 3-to-2 game in favor of Brookville at the half, and Heritage tried to change that in third with a 38 yard field attempt. But it is blocked by the Bees and the 16 play drive is for not.
The Pioneers got the ball back again, but this time it is Josh Bondurant picking off the Alex Lucy Pioneer pass giving the Bees yet another chance.
SUPER=52-Heritage/2/Brookville/3;


The Bees Jay Callands then helped the Bees grind out the clock on the ground. And they win the nine Inning game 3-to-2 with a field goal in the early innings.
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Forest


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Liberty let one get away against Brookville last week, and tonight they had the unenviable task of trying to slow down Bedford County rival Jefferson Forest.
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The Jefferson Forest Cavalier band members had their game faces on, as well tonight.
As did the Cavs offense. Jerton Evans takes the snap from his four and after the nice ball fake, tucks it in and sweeps in for the TD. 7-and-nothing after their first possession.
The Minutemen, with Robert Carson back in the groove take the ensuing kickoff and say trick or treat this. Carson is going up the middle 88 yards to the haunted house tonight. It's 7-all with 5:50 left in the first.
Not to be outdone, the Cavs come back on their next possesion with Frank Wade going 62 yards for the score.
SUPER=52-Liberty/7/Jefferson Forest/48;


Jefferson Forest tunes up for Heritage with the 48 to 7 win over Liberty.
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Board-Bump


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We're just getting started tonight. When we come back I home to regain by sanity and the rest of my body.
Plus, we'll put the Triple-A ranks in the spotlight.
But first it's time to check out tonight's Phantom of the Opera presentation by the Christiansburg marching band at Salem Stadium. go to band-a 1-FFE
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Franklin


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GRAPHIC=FRANKLIN/FLEMING


Welcome back folks - as I am proud to report the rest of my body has made it home.
And speaking of home, William Fleming hoped to make itself at home tonight in Rocky Mount and clinch at least a share of the RVD title with a win over Franklin County.
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SUPER=51-Rocky Mount/Fleming vs. Franklin Co.; :00


The Franklin County flag girls were lighting up the night as they tried to pick up their Eagles who were down 8-to-3.
In the second quarter with a third and goal from the one, Lee Suggs goes around the right end for the score. It's 15-to-3 Fleming.
The Fleming defense also got in to the act as Eagles' quarterback Bobby Basham is sacked in the third quarter forcing a punt in the fourth quarter.
SUPER=52-William Fleming/28/Franklin Co./3;


The Colonels Doug Taborn fielded the punt, turned on the jets and motored down the far sideline for the TD return. Fleming cliches at least a tie for the RVD title with the 28-to-3 win.
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((LEE SUGGS/FLEMING TAILBACK:))
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Patrick


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Pulaski County and Patrick Henry were in a extremely tight Roanoke Valley District race tonight down at Victory Stadium.
And while the Cougars came out on top 42-27; Steve Mason says both schools were winners in how they honored Lee Cook; the Pulaski lineman who died two weeks ago.
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SUPER=50-Joel Hicks/Pulaski Head Coach; 1:52
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OUT Q=...Friday Football Extra"
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Cave


ANCHOR=Mike
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The Cave Spring Knights get Pulaski County next Friday, but this evening they were focused on the Halifax Comets, as they attempted to keep their playoff hopes alive.
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SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Halifax Co. vs. Cave Spring; :00


Halloween didn't keep these hard core Cave Spring fans on the streets and out of the stands.
And they had plenty to get rowdy about rowdy.
Michael Hamlar fields the Comets' kickoff and not only returns it for a score, but he isn't even touched on the play as he goes 76 down the Halifax sideline Cave Spring takes a 53-to-6 lead in the second half.
The Knights would finish off the night with Brad Nicholls sweeping
SUPER=52-Halifax Co./13/Cave Spring/60;


around the right side for 47 yards and yet another score.
Cave Spring hangs 60 points on the Comets - to win it 60-to-13.
The kind of numbers Steve Spangler's teams at Hidden Valley junior high used to post.
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((STEVE SPANGLER/CAVE SPRING HEAD COACH:))
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OUT Q=...FAR AS POSSIBLE."


Danville


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George Washington high school lost its appeal to have three forfeitures overturned this week, so a lot of folks were wondering how they would play tonight against Amherst knowing they had no chance to make the playoffs.
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SUPER=51-Danville/Amherst Co. vs. G.W. Danville; :00


A witch on a broom landed in Southside tonight, well actually it's a fake at least the broom is.
GW was comfortably in front in the third when Amherst's Chris Carpenter gave the rock to Seneca Sandridge and he will scramble for a 25 yard gain up the far sideline for the Lancers, but the GW defense would end that threat.
In the fourth, Chanceton Rogers gets the Eagles moving with the flip back to John Dickerson, who scrambles down to the two yard line on the carry.
SUPER=52-Amherst Co./6/G.W. Danville/42;


Rogers would then get into the zone for the score. Danville has an easy time tonight with Amherst downing the Lancers 42 to 6.
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2-Board-Bump


ANCHOR=Mike
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WRITER=Mike
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GRAPHIC=FFE LITTLE


The trick or treat edition of Friday Football Extra continues with a tour through the single-a schedule.
And when we get to Hot Springs we'll show you what was going on besides the big Bath County-Covington game tonight.
But first, more sounds of the evening from the Patrick Henry Patriots band. go to band-b and scores 2-FFE
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Danville


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George Washington high school lost its appeal to have three forfeitures overturned this week, so a lot of folks were wondering how they would play tonight against Amherst knowing they had no chance to make the playoffs.
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SUPER=51-Danville/Amherst Co. vs. G.W. Danville; :00


A witch on a broom landed in Southside tonight, well actually it's a fake at least the broom is.
GW was comfortably in front in the third when Amherst's Chris Carpenter gave the rock to Seneca Sandridge and he will scramble for a 25 yard gain up the far sideline for the Lancers, but the GW defense would end that threat.
In the fourth, Chanceton Rogers gets the Eagles moving with the flip back to John Dickerson, who scrambles down to the two yard line on the carry.
SUPER=52-Amherst Co./6/G.W. Danville/42;


Rogers would then get into the zone for the score. Danville has an easy time tonight with Amherst downing the Lancers 42 to 6.
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Bath


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Let's now head up to the top of the mountain in Hot Springs where the Bath County Chargers hosted Covington in what was basically a winner take all game in the district with the winner clinching at least a tie for the regular season crown.
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SUPER=51-Hot Springs/Covington vs. Bath Co.; :00


On this ghostly night the goblins and ghouls were out at Williams Field to try scare up a victory for the Bath County Chargers.
And Bath indeed would draw first blood.
Charger Brian Cauley on first and 10 at the 10 weaves his way to the goal line and spins off the touchdown saving tackle for the first score of the game.
A Bath County turnover gives Covington the ball deep in Charger territory.
Antonio Hill takes control of the ball On the seven yard-line, slips through some holes. The T-D ties the score at 7.
But Bath comes right back, Brandon Woodard goes wide, skates down the sideline, he has one man to beat.
SUPER=52-Covington/27/Bath Co./34 ;


Woodard put on the spin turning up six more for the Chargers.
Who go on to win the contest 34-to-27 over the Cougars.
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WIPE TO ENG#!!!!!!!!!!!!


Fame


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A piece of Bath County's illustrious sports heritage looked on as the Chargers tackled Covington.
Golfing great Sam Snead picked up yet another honor as the newly formed Bath County Athletic Hall of Fame named him a charter inductee.
The seven time hall of famer says this award by far means the most.
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((SAM SNEAD/200 CAREER PGA WINS:))
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SSFFE LITTLE
Snead is joined by his nephew J.C. Snead, Paul Siple, Frankie Neff and Mary Joe Durrett Manchester as charter inductees to the Bath County Hall of Fame.
The five will be officially inducted during a banquet at the high school tomorrow night.



Radford


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GRAPHIC=RADFORD/FLOYD


Let's now move down to Radford where the stingy Bobcats needed a win tonight over Floyd County to clinch the Three Rivers district title.
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The fans in Radford were hoping for a treat in the second half as they trailed 7-to-3.
The fans would get what they wanted as Adam Artrip hooks up with Joe Housel for the 39 yard touchdown pass to give Radford a 10-to-7 lead.
Floyd would come fighting back as quarterback Jason Williams connects with Brian Swortzel for the touchdown to give Floyd the 14-to-10 lead in the fourth quarter.
Radford was determined not to let this opportunity slip out of its hands.
SUPER=52-Floyd Co./14/Radford/25;


Mike Dunbar drives in the winning score to give Radford a 17-to-14 lead.
They win the Three Rivers title with the 25-to-14 victory.
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((NORM LINEBURG/RADFORD HEAD COACH:))
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Retreat


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Two playoff bound teams from different districts met tonight on the reservation as Hogoheegee power Rural Retreat hosted Mountain Empire district champ Grayson County.
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SUPER=51-Rural Retreat/Grayson Co. vs. Rural Retreat; :00


These M&Ms were a happy bowl of chocolate tonight in Rural Retreat - and its a good thing there wasn't any rain falling on them.
Grayson County's offense got hot in the first quarter as Adam Williams connects with Chris Shreve for a 69 yard touchdown play to give the Blue Devils a 7-to-nothing lead in the opening period.
The Indians had trouble hanging on to the ball early as their second fumble of the game is recovered by Grayson County.
The Blue Devils, however, would return the favor four plays later as
SUPER=52-Grayson Co./19/Rural Retreat/20;


Williams, under duress throws this ill-advised pass right to the Indians. Rural Retreat wins it tonight 20 to 19.
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3-Board-Bump


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There is still time to knock on three more doors and gets some treat in the Henry County area and over at North Cross, where Catholic was looking to make a little history today.
But right now we need to pump up the volume with the Franklin County Eagles marching band. go to band-c and scores 3-FFE
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Cross


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WRITER=Kent
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GRAPHIC=N.CROSS/CATHOLIC


Welcome back folks as we now head over to North Cross where the Raiders hosted playoff-bound Roanoke Catholic, in their annual cross town private school rivalry.
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SUPER=51-Roanoke, Co./Rke. Catholic vs. North Cross; :00


Before the teams took the field, the captains met at mid-field for the traditional coin flip.
North Cross takes the opening kickoff and drives inside the Celtic 5 yard line, before Glenn Mackey fumbles in the endzone and Catholic's Eddie Massello recovers for the touchback.
That led to Roanoke Catholic's first score as Tony Reed ends a 80 yard drive with this 2-yard TD run. The Celtics take a 7-nothing advantage early in the 2nd quarter.
After another sustaining drive by the Celts, Matt Peck caps it off with a 20 yard field goal and Roanoke Catholic wins it 16 to nothing.
SUPER=52-North Cross/0/Roanoke Catholic/16; As North Cross completes its

first winless season ever, ending the year 0-and-8.
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ANCHOR=Mike
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This is Roanoke Catholic's first win at North Cross since 1979.

Vista


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The Magna Vista Warriors were close to sewing up the Piedmont title after beating Martinsville a couple of weeks ago, but then last week the Warriors were shutout by Patrick County.
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SUPER=51-Ridgeway/Fieldale-Coll. vs. Magna Vista; :00


Tonight they hosted Fieldale-Collinsville.
And FC's Pat Fevaro would get the Cavs on the board with this 19 yard field goal to make it 3-to-nothing Cavaliers in the first quarter.
The Warriors would answer that with Billy Shelton passing to Alex Seals - he will pick up 20 yards on the play, but the FC defense stopped that drive.
In the second, Magna Vista's would use its special teams to come up with
SUPER=52-Fieldale-Coll./10/Magna Vista/28;

something special as Shawn Hairston returns the punt for good field position.
The Warriors win it 28-to-10.
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Martinsville


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And finally, we close out the Halloween highlights with one of the best traditional backyard brawls in the area - Laurel park and Martinsville.
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The Marvelous Ma-Va-Hi marching band tuba section definitely had the Halloween spirit tonight!
We pick up action on the field with the last play of the first quarter. From the 20 Danny Wade dodges the blitz, moves to the outside and gets 12 yards before becoming the meat in this Lancer sandwich.
In the second quarter, Wade gives it to Rashawn Watkins and he gets in off the left side from 8 yards out to make it 7-to-nothing "The Ville."
SUPER=52-Laurel Park/21/Martinsville/7;


But the Lancers weren't about get dogged all night. From their own 44, Aron Moore hands off to Chad Wilson and he goes in off the left side as well.
It's a 56 yard scoring dash. The Lancers win it 21 to 7.
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Tease#1



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The next to last Super-7 poll of the season is straight ahead along with another historical player of the week segment.
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Roy Stanley checks back in with Fleming's Lee Suggs - who has been double trouble for the opposition and our record books as well this season.
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GO TO STOPPER MIKE
But first, a treat for this week's defensive stopper of the week.

Stopper


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((Last Friday night at a soggy City Stadium, the Heritage Pioneers proved that the best defense is often a good old fashioned clock eating offense.
Heritage outgained Appomattox 400 yards to 32 as the Pioneers ground out a 49-to-nothing win.
The Pioneer defenders held the Raiders offense to an average of one yard per play, and limited Appomattox to just two first downs for the entire game.
The Pioneers also forced two turnovers to post the 49 to nothing shutout win.
Heritage, 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 is again shaking tonight as a number of teams lose.
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But William Fleming remains a solid number one.
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Co./8-1/Rural Retreat/8-1/Pulaski/7-2;
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The Colonels are now the only unbeaten team in the area. Jefferson Forest moves up to second, then its Radford, Heritage, Carroll County, Rural Retreat and Pulaski jumps back in tonight.
SUPER=67-Salem/6-3/Brookville/8-1;


And the pollbusters tonight are Salem and Brookville.
Both teams are playing some serious defense as the playoffs approach.
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Player


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History often has a way of repeating itself, and tonight it has done just that as have our first two-time seasonal Player of the Week winner since 1991.
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Lee Sugg's earned the honor by walking the walk on Cave Spring last week.
Or should I say running the run.
Roy Stanley has our history lesson.
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SUPER=50-Lee Suggs/Player of The Week; :53
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((In the history of Friday Football Extra only two players have won the honor in the same season.
William Byrd's David Jennings did it in the shows first year 1984.
And that stood up until 7 years later when Salem's Marcus Player won the award twice in 1991.
And now lets add Lee Suggs to the list. Last week in a key district game against Cave Spring Suggs rushed for 350 yards and three touchdowns including a 13 yarder that sealed the Colonels 18 to 13 win.)) ((GEORGE "KILA" MILLER/FLEMING HEAD COACH: )) ((LEE SUGGS/PLAYER OF THE WEEK: )) ((With two regular season games left to play Suggs has already rushed for over 16 hundred yards.
He's running behind a big talented fullback in J.R. Word and an Offensive line that's as big and talented as any in the state.)) (( :)) (( :)) ((ROY STANDUP: )) (( :)) ((Sugg's has a shot at rushing for 2-thousand yards in the regular season.
Roy Stanley Friday Football Extra.))
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Glenvar


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And finally tonight in Glenvar, at halftime of the Highlanders 28 to 7 win over Shawsville
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the school took time out to honor former Glenvar baseball star Jason Anderson by retiring his jersey number 16.
Anderson was 35 and 5 with a zero point 98 earned run average during his days at Glenvar.
He also batted 443 and led the school to a state title.
He is now pitching in the Oakland A's farm system.
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Congrats to Jason and thanks to each of you for sharing a little of your candy eating time with us tonight.
Have a safe weekend everybody. go to close and credits