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Good evening and welcome everybody to the Friday Football Extra, on yet another wet, raw Friday!
Before we are finished tonight we will crown regional champs in three divisions, meet another player of the week, check out the statewide scoreboard and preview tomorrow's Fleming-Culpeper County game.
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But if it's one thing we pride ourselves on here at Friday Football Extra, it's that we have good manners.
And that means ladies first.
Three area girl's basketball teams have been lighting up the hardwood at Virginia High in Bristol today in the state semi-finals.
And it's only right that we get all of you high school sports fans up to date on their progress right off the bat.
We begin with the Glenvar Highlanders
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who under first year head coach Brian Harvey met a tough George Mason team in this afternoon's semi-finals.
And Mason would get the first hoop of the night as sophomore Kate Jackson completes the nice left handed drive to the hoop for the layin.
But back come the Highlanders as Mandy Williams dishes inside to Erika Hale, who banks in the ball and draws a foul in the process.
The Mustangs were still up by three before Hale got physical and put back the Elizabeth Webb blocked shot in the paint.
Katrina Williams would keep dishing as she feeds Webb for two off the glass as the Highlanders start to assert themselves.
Later in the second half, it's Williams again leading the break and finding an open Hale who makes her move off the right block.
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Glenvar beats George Mason 43-to-33 to advance to tomorrow's title game at 1 o'clock against the tall Northwood Panthers.
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Salem


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The Group Two-A semi-finals took center stage in the night session, as Region 3 tournament champion Salem took on the Turner Ashby Knights.
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The Lady Spartans were hoping to keep the good luck of the western portion of the Roanoke Valley on their side as they faced the Valley district's Knights.
Salem's offense kept things close early in the game as Lindsay Carroll gets the deuce to tie the game in the first half.
Salem's strong hand, Sarah Palmer would then do her thing by getting two of her game high 19 points, but Salem trailed by two at the end of the first half.
The Spartans would continue struggling at the third quarter, but Erin Patrick gets this bucket to cut Turner Ashby's lead to 7 points.
But the girls from Dayton hit SUPER=52-Turner Ashby/51/Salem/45;

several key free throws at the end of the game to seal the 51-to-45 win over Salem and end the Spartans season.
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Byrd


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In the final game of the night, William Byrd tried to keep alive the double-a title hopes of the Roanoke Valley as the Terriers battled the Black Knights of Charlottesville.
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Byrd Boss Richard Thrasher was back in the final four for the fourth straight year.
This one would start out like a track meet as Byrd jams the ball inside to Brandy Allen who knocks in the hoop for an early Byrd lead. Allen led the way tonight with 18.
The Terriers would continue running the floor as Stephanie Parnell takes the pass inside and scores 2 of her 17 points on the game to give Byrd a big lift.
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Allen would again show her stuff with a nifty layin as the Terriers beat Charlottesville 57-to-47 to advance to tomorrow's title game against Turner Ashby.
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Of course Steve Mason will be in Bristol tomorrow for the finals.
And we will getting busy with some sloppy football action from tonight in just a second as we begin our regional championship highlights in Salem.
Roy Stanley joins us from the stadium right after we check out the state wide scoreboard and take a listen to the Heritage Pioneers' marching band. go to band-a and scores ffe
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p.m./Spotsylvania/Sat./Southampton/1:30 p.m.;
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Forest/2:00 p.m./Fauquier/Sat./Sherando/1:30 p.m.;
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Co./28/Martinsville/20;
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City/23;
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Washington/No/Hampton/Rpt.;
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Heritage


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Time now to start the football highlights rolling, and where better to begin than in Salem
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where the defending region three, division four champions put their crown on the line against the Heritage Pioneers.
Roy Stanley and photographer Scott Ayres have the sights and sounds from tonight's contest.
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SUPER=50-Willis White/Salem Head Coach; 1:39
SUPER=50-Pem Apperson/Heritage Head Coach; 1:47
SUPER=50-Antron Smith/Scored Winning T-D; 1:59
SUPER=59-Roy Stanley; 2:11
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We'll head down to Martinsville and check out the Region Four, Division Three action from tonight as the Bulldogs hosted powerful Lee County.
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And later in tonight's edition of FFE we will meet our 12th player of the week.
A sophomore quarterback from Salem who's handling the pressure of leading a reigning champ.
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Martinsville


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Welcome back everybody as we now head down to Martinsville where Taylor Edwards bunch looked to continue its transformation from a late season disappointment to a postseason power.
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The Dogs came into the playoffs last week having lost three of their last four games in the regular season.
But they beat a good Grundy team on the road last Friday, and tonight they look aim at perennial playoff power Lee County.
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(( The Bulldogs stood their ground in a steady rain tonight at Dan Greene Stadium waiting for the Generals to make their entrance.
The action would get started five minutes into the game as Martinsville's Danny Wade sneaks in from the one to make it 7-to-nothing Bulldogs in the first.
Later in the first, Wade would be forced out of the pocket, and forced to retreat. But like any good field general he eventually went on the offensive. And he will take off on a 58 scamper that eventually takes him to the endzone and puts Martinsville on top 14-to-nothing after a quarter.
But in the second quarter the Generals would attempt to come back with Gary Buchanan rolling out to his right from the 50. He will find Matthew Young down the right side for a 31 yard gain.
A couple of of plays later, Lee would let Eric Satterfield bounce his way into the endzone to cut the lead to 14-to-6 after the missed two point try.
The Dogs would take a 14-to-6 lead into the lockeroom at halftime.
And the Dogs would open the third with another score. From midfield Marcus Hairston gallops off the left side through a huge hole and he will take it in the house to make it a 20-to-6 game.
About that time many expected the folks from Lee to head back to Ben Hur, but Satterfield would take this run off the right side, into the clear and across the goal line to cut the lead to 20-to-14 after the two point conversion.
Then with just 52 seconds left in the game the Generals Satterfield will score from the 10 to tie the game at 20-all heading to overtime!!
Lee would complete the comeback by scoring on its first possesion on Buchanan's run up the middle. Lee shocks Martinsville with 22 unanswered points to win 28-to-20.)) ((DON WILLIAMS/LEE HEAD COACH:)) ((ERIC SATTERFIELD/LEE RUNNING BACK:)) ((TAYLOR EDWARDS/MARTINSVILLE HEAD COACH:))

Forest


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The Division Three, Region 3 title game that was originally set for tonight in Forest has been postponed until tomorrow afternoon two o'clock.
Jefferson Forest and Brookville will be meeting for the second time this season.
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Back on October 17th on a wet night at Brookville.
Cavalier offensive stars Frank Wade and Jerton Evans staked the Cavaliers to a 22-to-3 lead in the third quarter.
Brookville was able to come back with Peyton Townes hauling in this TD pass.
But Forest won the regular season battle 22-to-10 claim the Haywood A Stubble trophy. The stakes will be much higher tomorrow.
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Right after this short commercial break we will continue to step around the puddles and bring you the highlights as we zip up to Hot Springs where Bath County hosted Parry McCluer in the Division One, Region C championship tonight.
But right now let's take another look at the statewide scoreboard and check out the __________________ marching band. go to scores and band-b
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Fleming


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The William Fleming Colonels are one game away from a trip to the Group Three A Division 5 state semi finals.
And if character, one of those intangibles, has anything to do with winning state football titles - the Colonels should have a shot at their first State championship.
Roy Stanley has a pregame report.
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((The Colonel pride is all about character and this Fleming team has played that way this season.
Fleming has set a school record for victories in a season with 10 and the Colonels will play for the Northwest Region championship this weekend at Culpeper county.)) ((GEORGE "KILA" MILLER/FLEMING HEAD COACH: )) ((That play has included a coaches nightmare.
The Colonels have come from behind to win games five times this season. And Last week in the regional Semi Finals against Brooke Point they did it again.
But while comeback wins are great for confidence the Colonels would rather start and finish strong.)) ((EVERETT WATSON/FLEMING LINEMAN: )) ((JOSH BERRY/FLEMING LINEBACKER: )) ((MILLER: )) ((ROY STANDUP: ))
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Radford


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The Radford Bobcats were scheduled to play unbeaten Patrick Henry - Glade Spring tonight in the Region, Division Two title game.
That one has been postponed until tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 in Glade Spring.

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Still to come tonight...????????????????

Player


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This week's Friday Football Extra Player of the week is blessed with some incredible athletic ability.
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But Steve Mason says Salem quarterback Andy Mullins should also be commended for having the maturity to handle the instant stardom and pressure that comes from playing on a defending state championship team.
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((Fresh expectations for a repeat and breaking in a new quarterback were two pressures facing Salem this preseason. Talented two way player Jamie Garst or sophomore Andy Mullins? ((:))
11 games and almost an entire season later... ((:)) Responded and earned respect from offensive stars like senior receiver John Hancock; who, a year ago won a state championship with now graduated Salem QB RJ Beckwith. ((:))
Andy's numbers aren't mind boggling: 831 passing yards, 66 completions with 8 touchdowns tosses. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
Against Northside in the regional Semifinals he registered 160 yards of total offense; a 52 yard run to set up a Spartan score and two touchdown passes; the first to Chris Stuart. Perhaps the ability to laugh at himself and his teammates is another Andy Mullins strength. ((:))
Mullins also plays basketball and tennis; steve mason , friday football extra.))
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Bath


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Welcome back everybody to Friday Football Extra as we get set to take take a lengthy trip up to Bath County
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high school where the Chargers hosted Parry McCluer in a rematch of a regular season battle won by the Blues 26-to-14.
Intern reporter Matt Feret and Photographer Greg Moore have the story of tonight's Division One Region C championship.
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SUPER=50-Charlie Wheeler/Parry McCluer Head Coach;
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Now be sure to join us tomorrow for News 7 at seven as we bring you among other things a complete wrapup of the girl's state basketball championship games in Bristol.
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Plus, don't forget right before the news you can watch the top college game in the nation tomorrow - the top ranked Florida State Seminoles taking reigning national champ Florida at the swamp in Gainesville.
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Hope you can join us right here again next Friday night as we bring you our state semi-final final four preview special.
Until then have a safe weekend everybody, and thanks again for watching. go to close and credits