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Good evening everybody and welcome to another year of Friday Football Extra here on Your Hometown Station.
In the next half hour we'll showcase fourteen games from this opening night, check out all the scores from the region and update the Super-7.
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But we begin tonight with the Super Bizarre. Early this afternoon Roanoke school superintendent Wayne Harris decided to move the location of tonight's Fleming-Amherst game from Victory Stadium to Amherst.
The decision was made because a wake was being held tonight for a former Fleming student who was murdered last weekend.
The move was out of respect for the victim's family, but officials also feared there may be random acts of violence at the stadium if the game was played there.
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[Fleming]


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A few fans from Fleming did get the word and make the trip to Amherst and the Lancers had a better than expected crowd on the home side.
But things were far from perfect.
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[SUPER=51-Amherst/Fleming vs. Amherst Co.; :00]


Despite the tremendous effort of the folks in Amherst, their were no programs for the fans, no public address system, the scoreboard didn't keep time the press box lights were out, and even some of the field lights went out in the second half.
But don't blame Amherst. The folks down their went above and beyond the call of duty to make this game happen.


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About 75 Fleming fans made the trip and while it was an inconvenience, at least one parent agreed with the decision to move the game.
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The teams certainly didn't seem to be affected by the change of venue, as Amherst County's Chris Carpenter scores from the five yard line on the option style play. It's 7-to-nothing Lancers after the first quarter.
Early in the second the Colonels would get in scoring position on this 42 yard completion from Richard Barrett to Daray Waller down the left side.
On the next play, Jermaine Hardy, who missed this game last year, scores from the four and we're tied at 7-all.
The Colonels would do it again on a fourth and nine from the Amherst 30 as Hardy converts the draw the play into a touchdown. Fleming misses the kick - it's 13-to-7 in the second.
Amherst would close out the scoring in the first half on this 29 yard TD pass from Carpenter to Warren Braxton. The scoring toss puts Amherst in front 14-to-13.
[SUPER=52-William Fleming/21/Amherst Co./14;]


Fleming would regain the lead for good after intermission as the Colonels get the ten yard TD pass from Barrett to Waller. The Colonels get the two and go on top 21-to-14 and they win it by that score.
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Over in Roanoke County, Northside and Cave Spring renewed their bitter cross town rivalry in a game that pitted first year head coach Ben Fouts against Northside veteran Jim Hickam. Steve Mason has more.
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((This post game embrace meant a lot considering Hickam served as a mentor to Fouts last year when he was a Northside assistant. The elder statesman taught his student many things, including respect. ((:))
Northside lead 13-12 at the half, and the period after recess was boring as neither team would score. The Vikings Jubal Poindexter opens the final period with a 24 yard touchdown jaunt. 19-12 Teacher. ((:))
Another Northside TD but the student would not quit. The Knights Jacob Lewis finds Iain Swisher on a 57 yard bomb that cut the Vikings margin to seven, 25-18 with 3:05 left in the game. ((:))
But Poindexter sealed the deal with his third touchdown of the night on a 53 yard run. Northside went up 32-18. Teacher beats student by that score as the Vikings make it two straight against the Knight.))

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Another big rivalry was rocking City Stadium in Lynchburg tonight as Heritage and E. C. Glass renewed their backyard brawl.
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The Moon in Lynchburg appeared to be Heritage Ornage tonight, but the Pioneers would need more than that to shatter Glass.
In the third, Glass is on top 7-to-nothing and on the move again but - John Robinson is sacked. He fumbles and Heritage recovers.
[SUPER=52-E. C. Glass/13/Heritage/0;]


But Glass would recover and put the game away in the fourth quarter with a minute to play as Darrin Thornton runs in from the three and the Toppers top Heritage 13-to-nothing to open the season.
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GW Danville also stepped out of district tonight to begin the first game of a murderous schedule against Gar-Field.
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A beautiful full moon was hovering high over the field in Danville tonight as folks settled in for opening night in Southside.
We pick it up in the third with the score 7-to-6 GW. Jeremy Motley hands off to Terry Echols and he breaks it off the near sideline for a nice 15 yard gain.
Motley only wishes he could have handed off all night, because later in the third he is back to punt from his own endzone and Gar-Field blocks it. They recover on the GW five yard line.
But give the Eagles credit they hold them to nothing.
In the fourth Gar-Field is again looking to take the lead as Ryan Smith makes the pass to Justin Smith. It's good for 10 yards and it sets up the game winner.
[SUPER=52-Gar-Field/9/G.W. Danville/7;]


Scott Gvozdas drills a 46 yard field goal with less than four minutes to play as Gar-Field escapes with a 9-to-7 win.
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When we come back tonight we will check in with the defending division four state champs from Salem. They were on the road tonight in Brookville.
But first let's check out the first grouping of scores of week number one of the season as we listen in to the Ft. Chiswell marching band. [go to scores]
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[SUPER=64-Staunton River/54/Altavista/7;]



[SUPER=64-Bassett/8/Gretna/40;]



[SUPER=64-William Fleming/21/Amherst Co./14;]



[SUPER=64-Pulaski Co./51/Christiansburg/0;]



[SUPER=64-Lebanon/14/Honaker/7;]



[SUPER=64-Galax/43/Holston/12;]



[SUPER=64-Floyd Co./34/James River/6;]



[SUPER=64-Ft. Chiswell/0/George Wythe/39;]



[SUPER=64-Patrick Co./14/Chatham/0;]



[SUPER=64-Blacksburg/26/Giles/6;]



[SUPER=64-Martinsville/26/Rustburg/16;]



[SUPER=64-Craig Co./0/Glenvar/34;]



[SUPER=64-Grayson/7/Alleghany Co., NC/6;]



[SUPER=64-Wm. Campbell/7/Liberty/37;]


[Brookville]


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Time now to turn our attention to the number one team in the Friday Football Extra Super-7
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the Salem Spartans, who opened their road show tonight at Brookville.
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The Bees were swarming and looking to sting the Spartans on a sultry night in Campbell County. Early in the first, Brookville catches Salem off guard. From the 28 Martellus Braxton fires deep down the field to Lavar Anthony. He pulls it in between two defenders and takes it 72 yards for the Brookville score.
Salem would answer that with the veteran Andy Mullins handing off to Dennis Haley another senior. He goes around the right side for a 32 yard gain.
Manuel Lewis would cap the drive with the two yard score up the middle to tie the game at 7-all.
Salem would catch another break on the ensuing kickoff as Lamar Kennedy drops the ball and the Spartans recover in Brookville territory.
[SUPER=52-Salem/40/Brookville/14;]


Two plays after that Spencer Christley takes it in from the 2 and the Spartans open with the 40 to 14 win over Brookville.
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In Bedford county tonight another Roanoke Valley team made the trek to central Virginia to tangle with the Seminole as Patrick Henry hooked up with Jefferson Forest.
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Head coach Ed Landis gets the Cavs fired up in their battle with triple-A PH.
We pick it up in the third with the Cavs on top 11-to-6. From midfield, Cavs general Brian Neal drops back and fires the bullet to Chip Dunston, who makes the catch for a 16 yard gain.
The Cavs would keep it moving as Neal picks up 8 yards on the carry as the Cavs continue to have success on the ground.
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That ground attack would lead to a Jeff Nosenzo to boot the 40 yard field. He comes through with the blast as the Cavs beat PH 14-to-6 to open the season.
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[Christian]


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In Christiansburg tonight the Pulaski County Cougars and Christiansburg Blue Demons rekindled memories of the old days when regional rivalries hooked up for the fun of it.
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[SUPER=51-Christiansburg/Pulaski Co. vs. Christiansburg; :00]


In Christiansburg tonight, not even a praying mantis could grant a miracle as Joel Hicks brought his Cougars to town.
Pulaski took a 37-to-nothing halftime lead and kept it rolling in the second half. In the fourth quarter Alan Wheeling takes the pill and weaves his way through the Blue Demons' defense to score on the 12 yard touchdown.
The Cougars would score their final TD on this Daniel Keith four yard run. It's now 51-to-nothing.
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Christiansburg had one last chance to avoid the skunk, but Matt Woodyard's throw deep into the endzone to Bruce McPherson falls short and the Cougars get the shutout.
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Trips to Pearisburg, Buchanan, and Glenvar are straight ahead as week number of Friday Football Extra continues.
But first more number and more music - courtesy of the Marching Eagles of George Washington high school in Danville. [go to scores] [2-Scores]

[SUPER=64-Salem/40/Brookville/14;]



[SUPER=64-Patrick Henry/6/Jefferson Forest/14;]



[SUPER=64-Bluefield, WV/14/Graham/8;]



[SUPER=64-Northside/32/Cave Spring/18;]



[SUPER=64-Gar-field/9/G.W. Danville/7;]



[SUPER=64-Randolph-Henry/14/Appomattox/53;]



[SUPER=64-Heritage/0/E.C. Glass/13;]



[SUPER=64-Pocahontas WV/31/Bath Co./13;]



[SUPER=64-Laurel Park/8/Franklin Co./12;]



[SUPER=64-Fluvanna/No/Albemarle/Rpt.;]



[SUPER=64-Monticello/No/Nelson Co./Rpt.;]



[SUPER=64-Fort Defiance/27/Alleghany/33;]



[SUPER=64-Rural Retreat/27/Abingdon/14;]



[SUPER=64-Dan River/44/Bluestone/0;]



[SUPER=64-Radford/28/Parry McCluer/7;]



[SUPER=64-Auburn/9/Bland Co./6;]



[Giles]


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Welcome back everybody as we get set to rip through four more sets of highlights.
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We begin one of the Friday Football Extra's most exciting and long standing opening night rivalries - Giles vs. Blacksburg.
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It was Paradise in Pearsiburg tonight as the Spartans welcomed Dave Crist and the Blacksburg Indians to Giles County.
It didn't take very long for the Single Wing to cause Crist a few more fits. On the first play from scrimmage - Cooney Ratcliff gallops 70 yards for the touchdown to give Giles a 6-to-nothing advantage after the failed 2 point try.
The Indians retaliated by going to the sky. Quarterback Derrick Ratcliff connects with Kevin Shockley for the 10 yard touchdown that ties the game at six a piece.
The beginning of the second quarter would see the Indians special teams would
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shine as Brandon White blocks the Spartan punt, James Hungate picks up the ball and dashes in from 17 yards out to give Blacksburg a 12-to-6 lead.
And the Indians win it 26 to 6.
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[P.McCluer]


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Time down to slip into Buena Vista where the Kenney's chicken is always smoking and the Blues and their fans are always ready for Fall ball.
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The Fighting Blues would enter tonight game hoping to declaw the visiting Bobcats from Radford.
On the opening kickoff, Parry McCluer's John Ross Williams would take the kick and rumble down the right sideline.
It looks like he's going all the way. But he is stripped from behind and the Bobcats recover the ball.
Just minutes after that the Bobcats would try to get something going in the air. Josh Woods rolls to his right and launches the rock down the field into tight coverage. The ball is tipped and the Blues' Jason Wright is Johnny on the spot with pick.
Late in the second quarter, Radford's air show would finally light up the sky as Woods connects with Ben Fisher in the corner of the endzone on this 11 yard
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touchdown pass giving the Cats a 7-to-nothing lead.
Radford wins it 28 to 7.
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[James River]


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In Buchanan, the James River Knights welcomed preseason Super-7 member Floyd County to town to christen the season.
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The Buffaloes Head Coach was hoping his team would come out charging in the second half. Floyd County's Adam Gardener rolls right and motors his way down the side before diving in the end zone putting the Buffaloes up 19-to-6 midway through the third.
Number 12 Scott Myers takes the handoff from Gardener and weaves his way through the Knights' defense and scrambles 44 yards untouched to push the Buffalo lead to 27-6 late in the third.
Adding insult to injury number 99 Gary Dickerson blocks the James River punt and Floyd County starts
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the fourth on the James River 37 yard line.
Gardener would throw a quick pass to Kai Orenic for the five yard T-D as Floyd stampedes the Knights 34-6.
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Our Friday football Extra crews also made it into Highlander Heaven tonight for a non-district duel between the Craig County Rocket and Glenvar.
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[SUPER=51-Roanoke Co./Craig Co. vs. Glenvar; :00]


The Highlanders took their home field with a whole bunch of bound up energy that would soon be directed at the Rockets, who conversely looked calm and ready to impress new head coach Rodney Teeney.
On the opening kickoff, Highlander receiver Derrick Williams catches the ball at his own 15 yard line and eventually go 45 yards before he is brought down at the Rockets' 43.
On the very next play Glenvar makes the most of the good field position with Brandon Carroll going deep down field. He connects with Williams on the TD play. It's 7-to-nothing Glenvar 20 seconds in the game.
[SUPER=52-Craig Co./0/Glenvar/34;]


The Highlanders defense was also on the money tonight as Charlie Fasnacht halts a Craig drive with this interception on the 23. Glenvar goes on to win it 34 to 0.
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Three more sets of highlights are coming up tonight, and later this evening we'll see what's happening with the Super-7.
But first we need to close out the week one scores with the Cave Spring Knights marching band. [go to scores]
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[SUPER=64-Staunton River/54/Altavista/7;]



[SUPER=64-Bassett/8/Gretna/40;]



[SUPER=64-William Fleming/21/Amherst Co./14;]



[SUPER=64-Pulaski Co./51/Christiansburg/0;]



[SUPER=64-Lebanon/14/Honaker/7;]



[SUPER=64-Galax/43/Holston/12;]



[SUPER=64-Floyd Co./34/James River/6;]



[SUPER=64-Ft. Chiswell/0/George Wythe/39;]



[SUPER=64-Patrick Co./14/Chatham/0;]



[SUPER=64-Blacksburg/26/Giles/6;]



[SUPER=64-Martinsville/26/Rustburg/16;]



[SUPER=64-Craig Co./0/Glenvar/34;]



[SUPER=64-Grayson/7/Alleghany Co., NC/6;]



[SUPER=64-Wm. Campbell/7/Liberty/37;]


[Chiswell]


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We are back on Friday Football Extra and ready to head down into Wythe County for the always entertaining county showdown
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between the Pioneers of Ft. Chiswell and the Maroons of George Wythe.
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[SUPER=51-Ft. Chiswell/George Wythe vs. Ft. Chiswell; :00]


First year Pioneer head coach Spider Thompson, the first alumnus to come back and coach the football team at the school brought his team out in brand new uniforms for the cross county showdown with the Maroons.
Early in the first the Pioneers Chris Kitts intercepts this pass from Lance Goff and whips the fans and his teammates into a frenzy.
But the jubilation would soon fade when Grizzly Parks takes the handoff and bears his way up the middle for the Maroons' first touchdown. It's 7-to-nothing.
The Maroons would continue to dominate things as Goff passes to Matt Williams. The completion is good for 44 yards and a touchdown. It's 23-to-nothing at this point in the first half.
To make matters worse the Pioneers' starting quarterback Matt Braxton was unable to play tonight and he could only watch as his counterpart Goff scampers 35 yards on this play to put the Maroons in business again.
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Goff would cap the drive with a field goal as the Maroons open up the 99 campaign with an impressive 39 to 0 win over Ft. Chiswell.
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Time now to check on two more members of the Friday Football Extra preseason super 7, the Martinsville Bulldogs and the Rustburg Red Devils.
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[SUPER=51-Rustburg/Martinsville vs. Rustburg; :00]


The division three state finalist from a year ago exploded out the field tonight much to the delight of the home folks.
But is was the state semifinalists from division four last season that got bust first. ON the third play from scrimmage Niquis Martin rolls right and passes to a wide open Rashawn Watkins for a 66 yard touchdown. He Dogs are on top 6-to-nothing.
Later in the first quarter, on a fourth and 13 the Dogs would be back up on the 21 and the punt is blocked by Eric Scott. He recovers it in the end zone for the touchdown. It's now 10-to-6 Rustburg.
Rustburg would strike again in the second as Brandon Mills hooks up with Brent
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Phillips on a four yard touchdown pass. Rustburg goes on top 16-to-6 and the Red Devils take the 26 to 16 win.
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Finally, we wrap up our highlights tonight back in Southside where Chatham played host to Patrick County in a Dogwood - Piedmont battle.
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[SUPER=51-Chatham/Patrick Co. vs. Chatham; :00]


The Cavaliers rumbled onto the field and then both teams bogged down in the opening half.
In the first quarter, Chatham's Chris Towler hands off to Willie Dodson and he will grind out 15 yards and pick up a first down for the Cavs, but that drive would stall.
Patrick County's Kirk Renegar would try to manufacture a little offense and he gives it to Brian Errichetti, who will take it up the middle for the 40 yard gain and the Cougars rumbled into Chatham territory.
[SUPER=52-Patrick Co./14/Chatham/0;]


The Cougars would also fail to capitalize, so Towler tried to light up the board with a punt return. Chatham would get blanked, losing 14 to nothing.
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[98 Degrees]


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We have finished up tonight's scores and highlights but when we come back we will check out the Super-7 for week number one.
But first a group of guys that know a whole lot about being number one.
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[Super-7]


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The preseason Super Seven on Friday Football Extra is always heavy with champs from the previous season,
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but by week number one things start to shake out in a hurry. And that is again the case tonight.
[SUPER=65-Salem/1-0/Fleming/1-0/Floyd Co./1-0/E.C. Glass/1-0/Pulaski Co./1-0/George Wythe/1-0/Covington/1-0;]


Two teams from the preseason poll fall out tonight Amherst and Rustburg. And that means several move up and two more
move in. Salem, Fleming, Floyd, Glass, Pulaski, George Wythe and Covington make up the super=7.
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And the pollbuster tonight is Blacksburg. The Indians open with a huge win over Giles.
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All right folks one note for you before we leave Friday Football Extra is looking for you high school band directors and members to create a theme for this show to carry us into the new Millennium.
Watch for more details in the coming weeks right here on WDBJ-7.
Have a safe weekend everybody and thanks for watching. [go to close]