[Fleming]

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Good evening everybody and welcome to the final night of the regular season here at Friday Football Extra.
Kick back, throw a log on the fire and relax for the next 30 minutes as we attempt to entertain and crown a few district champs along the way.
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We begin in the Roanoke Valley district, where after a 3-and-3 start to the season, the Fleming Colonels rebounded admirably to reel off four straight wins and successfully defend its share of the district crown.
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But tonight Patrick Henry would try to spoil Fleming's chances at owning the district crown outright.
The Colonels would have none of that, though, as Wezzley Brown takes a two yard trot into the end zone for the games first score.
Patrick Henry can't handle the kick off, the ball squirts out of Antonio Dudley's hands and Fleming takes over at the Patriot 17 yard line.
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Fleming capitalizes on the turnover with Cody Wade's 10 yard T-D pass to Devon Turner and goes on win the game 14-to-nothing and become the only undefeated team in the R-V-D.
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[Cave Spring]


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You may be wondering why we would make our second stop of the night at the Cave Spring-Pulaski game.
But this game has historical significance.
The Cougars reign as seven time defending district champs ended tonight with Fleming's win.
Pulaski had won 14 RVD title in the past 20 years. Plus, the Cougars will miss the playoffs next week for just the 3 rd time in two decades.
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[SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Pulaski Co. vs. Cave Spring; :00]


But some things never change! Head Coach Joel Hicks staying true to form tonight as he shows up at Cave Spring wearing his trademark shorts.
The Knights tried to chill him even more than the temperature as Brad Nichols takes the pitch and breaks it to the left side and takes advantage of some great blocking to move the ball to the 2 yard line.
Two plays later, it's Nichols again - this time off the right side and Cave Spring has a 6-to-nothing lead.
But once Pulaski finally got the ball the Cougars went on a tear with Kwasi Scott blasting through the right side and into the house to give Pulaski a 7-to-6 lead.
In the second quarter from the 18, Travis Roop rolls out on the screen and dumps the pass to Brandon Miller.
[super=52-Pulaski Co./48/Cave Spring/18;]

He scores on the nice play and Pulaski County goes on hammer the Knights 48 to 18.
The Cougars finish the season at 6-and-4.
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[Glass]


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The final showdown in the wild west was staged tonight at City Stadium the site of so many memorable Western district wars in the past.
Tonight Glass squared off against powerful Amherst County.
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[SUPER=51-Lynchburg/Amherst Co. vs. E.C. Glass; :00]


Historic City Stadium was filled to the brim tonight.
We pick it up with Glass up 7-to-6 in the second but Amherst on the move. Senica Sandidge sprints around the left end and gets in the house. It's 14-to-7 after the two point conversion.
Still in the second, Glass would attempt to comeback in the air. John Robinson pitches to Brian Horsely who rumbles 40 yards into Amherst territory. But the Lancers would rise up as it has all season and drive would stall.
Amherst would finish off the Toppers in the fourth with Chris Carpenter's 66 yard TD run.
[super=52-Amherst Co./21/E.C. Glass/7;]


The Lancers complete a perfect 10-and-0 regular season and win the western district outright with tonight's 21-to-7 win.
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[OUT Q=...NEXT WEEK THOUGH."]
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We will leave the Group Three A ranks behind and roll through the Blue Ridge action from this evening just as soon as we return.
But first the sounds of the Patrick Henry Patriots marching band and some of the scores from the final night of the regular season. [go to scores and band-a] [FFE-Scores]

[SUPER=64-Craig Co./15/James River/34;]



[SUPER=64-Bath Co./0/Parry McCluer/36;]



[SUPER=64-Grayson Co./14/Floyd Co./43;]



[SUPER=64-Jefferson Forest/14/Heritage/16;]



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[SUPER=64-Cave Spring/18/Pulaski Co./48]



[SUPER=64-Martinsville/27/Patrick Co./0;]



[SUPER=64-William Fleming/14/Patrick Henry/0;]



[SUPER=64-F. Collinsville/12/Laurel Park/27;]



[SUPER=64-Altavista/35/Chatham/12;]



[SUPER=64-Alleghany/18/Christiansburg/30;]



[SUPER=64-Blacksburg/22/William Byrd/42;]



[SUPER=64-Ft. Chiswell/20/Narrows/22;]



[SUPER=64-Lord Botetourt/28/Northside/14;]



[SUPER=64-Rockbridge Co./0/Salem/58;]



[SUPER=64-Holston/20/Northwood/21;]



[SUPER=64-Gretna/13/Tunstall/21;]



[SUPER=64-Rustburg/30/Brookville/0;]



[SUPER=64-Amherst Co./21/E.C. Glass/7;]



[SUPER=64-Halifax Co./20/G.W. Danville/15;]



[SUPER=64-Auburn/6/Radford/41;]



[SUPER=64-Abingdon/17/Marion/13;]



[SUPER=64-Covington/14/Glenvar/13;]



[SUPER=64-Magna Vista/14/Bassett/20;]



[SUPER=64-Staunton River/0/Appomattox/28;]



[SUPER=64-William Campbell/28/Dan River/6;]



[SUPER=64-Carroll Co./14/Tazewell/19;]



[SUPER=64-North Cross/Sat./Roanoke Catholic/2pm;]



[SUPER=64-Rural Retreat/27/John Battle/34;]



[SUPER=64-Galax/15/Pocahontas/14;]


[Salem]


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Welcome back everybody to the Blue Ridge district portion of tonight's show.
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Last week unbeaten Salem clinched the Blue Ridge title outright. Tonight the Spartans were looking to wrap up an unbeaten regular season and entertain home folks.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=51-Salem/Rockbridge Co. vs. Salem; :00]


I got your entertainment! Check out this fan who obviously forget to watch Robin Reed's forecast tonight at six.
Hey what do you expect with a full moon shining over Salem.
The Spartans open the third witha huge lead and a little bit of fun as JR Andrews takes the kickoff from the 18 to the 30, and then says here you take it Trey.
And Trey Shiflett throws on move on the Cats and completes the 80 yard TD return. Rest assured it was not in the Spartans' playbook!
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Dennis Haley also was gone quite a bit tonight. From the Cats 21 watch him come over the right side and spin and twist his way across the stripe called the goal line. It's 44-to-nothing Salem.
[super=52-Rockbridge Co./0/Salem/58;]


The Spartans move to 10-and-0 with the 58-to-nothing rout as they claim the Blue Ridge championship belts. Goldberg is next!
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[Alleghany]


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The second place Christiansburg Blue Demons wereon the road fighting for their lives tonight as they hooked up with third place Alleghany in Low Moor.
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[SUPER=51-Low Moor/Christiansburg vs. Alleghany; :00]


It wasn't too cold for Mike Cole tonight as his Blue Demons tried to hang on to a 4 point lead in the third quarter.

Late in the period, Alleghany got rolling as Terrell Givens went untouched up the middle. He scores from four yards out. It's 12-to-10 Alleghany.
Christiansburg's Marcus Milburn would show off his boot to put the Demons back on front with this 46 yard field goal through the night air. It's 13-to-12 Demons.
Early in the fourth, Givens would swing the pendulum back in Alleghany's favor with a 64 yard touchdown run down the left sideline. It's now 18-to-13 Alleghany.
The Blue Demons would finally ice the win with another rally. Chris Holmes gets in from the four and
[super=52-Christiansburg/30/Alleghany/18;]

the Blue Demons win it 30-to-18. They finish the regular season 8 and 2.
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[Blacksburg]


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The William Byrd Terriers were also trying to keep pace tonight and finish off the regular season with a 7-and-3 mark as Jeff Highfill's team took on Blacksburg.
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[SUPER=51-Blacksburg/William Byrd vs. Blacksburg; :00]


Byrd's O.J. Thomason came into the game needing 281 yards to top the 2000 yard mark for the season.
He had 125 in the first half and in the third he adds more to his total with a 35 yard run up the middle for six. The Terriers take a 28-to-7 lead.
The Indians would try to stay close with a beautiful swing pass to Derrick Graham from Derrick Ratcliff. It's goes for a score and it's now 28-to-13.
But Byrd was unstoppable tonight as Kenis Maciel does his William Perry impersonation. The "fridge"
[super=52-William Byrd/42/Blacksburg/22;]

scores and Blacksburg goes in the freezer losing 42-TO-22.
And Thomason tops the 2000 yard mark to boot.
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[Northside]


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Lord Botetourt came into tonight's traditional rival game with Northside hoping to keep its playoff hopes alive.

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[SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Lord Botetourt vs. Northside; :00]


The Cavs were looking to make quick work of the Vikings and seal their 7th win of the season.
In the third, the Cavs had a 21-to-14 lead. But the Vikings had the ball. Brad McCrady keeps on the delay, cuts it up the middle and gets 14 yards.
The Cavs would then take their turn at scoring. From midfield Josh Aliveto hooks up with Paul Craft who picks up 20 yards on the play.
The Vikes McCrady would try to pass and he too is successful as he hooks up with Quincy Slash.
[super=52-Lord Botetourt/28/Northside/14;]


The Cavs defense would seal the win with a T.J. Lyle interception return for a TD as Botetourt wins it 28-to-14.
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We'll attempt to corwn three more district champs in the next segment of Friday Football Extra in the Seminole, Dogwood and Piedmont.
But right now make way for the EC Glass marching band and some more of the week 11 numbers. [go to scores and band-a] 2ffe

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[SUPER=64-Ft. Chiswell/20/Narrows/22;]



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[SUPER=64-Rockbridge Co./0/Salem/58;]



[SUPER=64-Holston/20/Northwood/21;]



[SUPER=64-Gretna/13/Tunstall/21;]



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[SUPER=64-Amherst Co./21/E.C. Glass/7;]



[Forest]


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Welcome back folks to Friday Footbal Extra.
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The region three first round playoff mathcups are set thanks to the outcome of tonight's Heritage- Jefferson Forest game. STeve Mason has more on the Seminoel district matchup.
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[SUPER=50-Chris Booker/Two TDs Tonight; :50]
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[super=50-Ed Landis/Jeff. Forest Head Coach; 1:43]
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[OUT Q=...FRIDAY FOOTBALL EXTRA."]
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Heritage will host Christiansburg while Forest travles to Salem.

[Martinsville]


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Let's now turn our attention to the Piedmont District where the Martinsville Bulldogs closed out the regular season at home at Dan Green Stadium against Patrick County.
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[SUPER=51-Martinsville/Patrick Co. vs. Martinsville; :00]


Taylor Edwards and his unbeaten Bulldogs were hoping to complete a perfect regular season and clinch the Piedmont outright tonight.
His main man Marcus Hairston would try his best to make short work of the Cougars has he takes off and turns the handoff into a 50 yard touchdown run to put the Dogs in front 7-to-nothing.
On their next possesion, Danny Wade gives to B.J. Penn, who picks up 30 yards, but the Dogs would not finds the endzone on this drive.
In the second quarter, Patrick County would be forced to punt - Martinsville's Dante Brown fields it,
[SUPER=52-Patrick Co./0/Martinsville/27;]

but then fumbles it and the Cougars recover the ball, but they can't recover all the way as Martinsville wins it 27 to Nothing.
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[Tunstall]


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The Dogwood district was on the line tonight in Dry Fork as the Tunstall Trojans looked to clinch the crown outright and Gretna looked foil those plans and keep its playoff hopes alive.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=51-Dry Fork/Gretna vs. Tunstall; :00]


Buddy Brown was keeping his eye on the action as the third quarter started with his team down 7-to-6 to Gretna.
It stayed that way until the fourth when Tunstall's Brandon Hairston hands off to Lamont Law and he goes inside and scores from 50 yards away. The Trojans take the lead at 14-to-7 after the two pointer.
Gretna tried to get the lead back with Thelbert Waller passing into the endzone. But David Francis picks it off to stop the drive.
Tunstall takes over and turns the tunrover into a TD as Kevin Atkins completes the drive with the two yard run. It's 21-to-7.
[super=52-Gretna/13/Tunstall/21;]


Gretna would fire one final shot as Waller goes up top to Julian Miller for the 35 yard touchdown.
But Tunstall manages to hang on and win 21-to-13.
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The Group-A ranks will take over the show when we come back from commercial break. We'll check out some chilly highlights from Hot Springs to Pearisburg.
But first the final grouping of scores and the Jefferson Forest marching band. [go to scores and band-a] 3ffe

[SUPER=64-Halifax Co./20/G.W. Danville/15;]



[SUPER=64-Auburn/6/Radford/41;]



[SUPER=64-Abingdon/17/Marion/13;]



[SUPER=64-Covington/14/Glenvar/13;]



[SUPER=64-Magna Vista/14/Bassett/20;]



[SUPER=64-Staunton River/0/Appomattox/28;]



[SUPER=64-William Campbell/28/Dan River/6;]



[SUPER=64-Carroll Co./14/Tazewell/19;]



[SUPER=64-North Cross/Sat./Roanoke Catholic/2pm;]



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[SUPER=64-Galax/15/Pocahontas/14;]


[Floyd]


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Time now to to turn up the heat as he roll into Floyd County where "Cold Chillin" took on a whole new
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meaning tonight as Three Rivers meant Mountain Empire with playoff bound Grayson County taking on the surging Floyd County Buffaloes.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=51-Floyd/Grayson Co. vs. Floyd Co.; :00]


Huddling up was the key activity tonight in the Floyd both on the field and in the stands. Even our photographer Sam Doyle got in on the action.
They needed some of that heat in the first quarter as turnovers kept the game scoreless.
But on the firts play of the second quarter, Grayson County's Brandon Smith breaks into the open field and scrambles 51 yards for the score. It's 6-to-nothing.
On the first play of the ensuing kickoff, Floyd County's Josh Spence takes the pitch from Adam Gardner and he will just flat out motor past everyone to give Floyd a 7-to-6 lead.
Grayson would regain the lead when Chad Brown took the rock in the house from 32 yards away on this tough run. The back and fourth affair puts Grayson in front 14-to-7.
But two plays after the kickoff - Spence would get Floyd within one point on this 41 yard scamper down the left side as he gets his second TD of the night. It's 14-to-13 Grayson.
But Floyd and Spence would put an end to the back and forth non-sense as he gets the third of his four TDs on the night.
[super=52-Grayson Co./14/Floyd Co./43;]


Floyd improves to 9-and-1 on the season while Grayson falls to 7-and-3. Floyd gets the 43-to-14 win.
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[Giles]


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The other Three Rivers power this season, the Giles Spartans were anxious to claim yet another regular season title outright as Steve Ragsdale's boys hosted Shawsville.
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[SUPER=51-Pearisburg/Shawsville vs. Giles; :00]


The Spartan cheerleaders were doing their best to warm up the crowd on this chilly night.
The Giles players didn't do a bad job of warming up the night on the field as Micah Steele goes in from two yards away on the early keeper and it's 8-to-nothing.
But the Shawnees, who have been a good offensive team all season answered right back. Brian Caswell finds a hole over the right side and he's is going 71 yards into the house for the TD. The lead is cut to 8-to-6.
But Giles would retaliate out of the single wing five plays later with the man of Steele rambling in
[SUPER=52-Shawsville/20/Giles/36;]

from 25 yards away.
The Spartans clinch the Three Rivers title outright with the 36 to 20 win.
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[Glenvar]


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A non-district single-a game at Glenvar tonight attracted a lot of interest from some double-a school that looked to benefit in their race for the playoffs depending on which team was victorious.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Covington vs. Glenvar; :00]


A crisp, clear night in Highlander Heaven as Covington and Glenvar tried to keep the clock out of play tonight.
Covington would get things smoking in the first as Antonio Hill rumbles down the right sideline, withstands a few hits and takes it 72 yards to the 10.
Three plays later, on third and goal - Hill goes to his left and turns into the endzone for the Cougars' first score of the night. It's 7-to-nothing.
Glenvar had trouble moving the ball most of the first half. Seth Noonkester throws one down the field
[super=52-Covington/14/Glenvar/13;]

in a bit of desperation. But Chris Nolan gets the interception. Covington gets the close win 14 to 13.
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[Bath Co.]


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And finally tonight we close out the highlights in what was probably the coldest site on the Friday Football Extra road trip tonight, Hot Springs where Bath County hosted Parry McCluer.
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[SUPER=51-Hot Springs; :00]


This was a big night for the locals as the second class of Bath County Hall of Fame inductees was recognized. Among those entering the hall this year
[super=51-Hot Springs/June 11, 1993;]


is the legendary Johnny Gazzola. Johnny was a successful teacher and coach at old Valley High. But his name is synonomous with the Homestead Resort where he served for over 30 years as public relations director. During that time he befriended thousands of folks like myself.
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It was a little cold for Johnny to attend the game tonight and it was just as well he stayed home.
The Blues Chad Coffey hands off to John Ross Williams, who rumbles through the porous Bath defense en route to a 64 yard scoring play for the Blues. It's 6-to-nothing Parry McCluer.
After a fourth down stop deep in their own territory the Blues would let Williams do it again. This time the junior tailback charges through the Chargers for a 90 yard blast. It's now 12 to nothing Parry McCluer and we're still in the first.
The Blues would then try their luck through the air. This 33 yard touchdown pass to Williams from Chad
[SUPER=52-Parry McCluer/36/Bath Co./0;]

Coffey gives him three scores in the first half.
Parry McCluer wins it 36 to nothing to finish the season at 4-and-6.

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The winner of our Friday Football Extra trivia contest question from last week is Jay Sales, the athletci director at EC Glass.
He will be getting our special 15th anniversary prize pack.
If you want a chance to win all you have to do is answer this week's question correctly.
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[OUT Q=...the Fiesta Bowl."]
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(( Dennis Vaught will always be best known in these parts as the man who fueled the now-infamous cleat controversy from the 1992 state semi-finals against Salem.
But most folks forget that it was Vaught in his first head coaching job, who finally brought a state title to old tradition-rich Lexington high school.
In 1998, the Scarlet Hurricane beat Lunenburg for the Division Two title.
What I want to know tonight is the name of the star running back from that team who was also a ferocious hitter on defense. And here's a hint - his nickname was "Speed".
If you know the answer write it on a piece of paper along with your name, address and a daytime phone number.
Then mail it to Friday Football Extra contest. WDBJ-7, PO Box 7 Roanoke, Virginia 24022.
A weekly winner will receive our special 15th anniversary prize pack, and then be in the running to win our all-expense paid trip to the Fiesta Bowl.))
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[go to break][Super-7]


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Not much change in the final Super 7 poll of the season.
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Salem, Martinsville and Amherst wrap up the season unbeaten. Tunstall, Floyd, Heritage hang in the four through six spots while Christiansburg jumps back in the seven spot.
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[SUPER=66-William Fleming/7-3;]


And the pollbuster tonight is Fleming. The Colonels open 3-and-3 and are now 7-and-3 and RVD champs.
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Our player of the week is back for an encore preformance after earning the award last season.
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Heritage running back Chris Booker accounted for four touchdowns in his teams 36-to-14 win over seminole district rival Brookville. Steve Mason has his story.
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((Booker took pride in showing off his good luck charm Friday night. But the two time Friday Football Extra player of the week's t-shirt has gone through a few minor alterations since receiving it at last years banquet. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
Chris needed only 19 carriers to amass 255 rushing yards. While averaging over 13 yards per carry, the senior running back also scored 4 touchdowns in pioneering Heritage's come from behind victory over it's Seminole District rival. ((:)) ((:))
Booker is also learning to be versatile with his playing time. Chris shares time with number 31 Darren Thortin and number 26 Quincy Slaughter. Three sets of fresh legs has been key in the Pioneers success. But giving up some carriers and ultimatley some statistics for the good of the team can be challenging. ((:)) ((:))
Booker want to continue playing football at the next level and is leaning towards junior college. Steve Mason, FFE.))

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The Friday Football Extra gang will be right back here next Friday for the first round of the playoffs, the regional semi-finals. [take a break] Until then have a safe weekend everybody.