Friday Football Extra's 35th annual awards banquet

After dishing out the highlights all season long, we dished out some hardware Thursday night at our 35th annual Friday Football Extra Awards banquet inside the Patrick Henry Ballroom in downtown Roanoke.


Guy scored 13 of his 15 points in the first half, while Jerome put up 11 of his 14 after the break.


On the field of the Liberty Flames it was a future Flame that sealed a state championship for the Heritage Pioneers.


The school announced Cignetti's selection after signing the coach to a six-year contract on Friday.


Murray appeared on 92 percent of the Heisman ballots, third most all time. Tagovailoa’s 1,871 points was the most for a runner-up in the 84-year history of the Heisman.




UPDATE: Freeze says Liberty coaching job provides 'reboot'


Lord Botetourt's Scottie Cook commits to Lee University


Frank's Front Line: Beamer's secretary critical to Hall of Fame career


Redskins coach Jay Gruden says team 'discussed' Kaepernick


Guy, Hunter lead No. 4 Virginia past Morgan State, 83-45


Mac McClung, Georgetown beat Liberty 88-78


Lord Botetourt’s Miette Veldman selected as VHSL Class 3 player of the year


Liberty head football coach Turner Gill announces retirement


World Series champ Red Sox accept invitation to White House


Mike Houston to Depart as James Madison Football Head Coach


Willis' 4 TD throws carry Hokies past Marshall, 41-20


Class 3 semifinals: Lord Botetourt at Heritage


Class 4 semifinals: Woodgrove at Blacksburg


Class 2 semifinals: Graham at Radford


Class 1 semifinals: Chilhowie vs. Galax


Ahmed Hill, Hokies bury Central Connecticut State 94-40


James Madison goes down in the second round to Colgate


Hunter Rice wins Anchor All-Star award


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