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Coming up next.

A Blacksburg man is beaten overnight and is now on life- support.
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We'll have a live report from Blacksburg where supporters of Allen Keyes are focusing on the candidate and his message and NOT the polls.
Plus, is there a conflict or not?
Ellen Qualls takes a look at a bill sponsored by a Lynchburg Republican.
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In sports, Virginia Tech was on the road at Duquense Roanoke College is waiting on the division three tournament match ups later tonight.
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And Bobby Labonte takes the checkered at the Rock winning the Dura Lube Kmart 400.
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[SOT 15:24:43]

((WITH ALAN KEYES YOU KNOW WHERE HE'S COMING FROM AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT HIM CAVING INTO SOME POLE))
[IN Q=With Alan Keyes]
[RUNS=:6]
[OUT Q=into some people]
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He's a distant third among Republican Presidential candidates... But his supporters say he's the best person to take over the White House.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.




[Keyes-Campaign]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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This is the second time Alan Keyes has run for the presidency.
And as Virginia's Republican primary draws near his supporters are still going strong.... hoping to secure at least 10 to 15 percent of the vote in the state.
[DoubleBoxes=Teresa/Joy Newsroom]


Joy Sutton caught up with some of Keyes' supporters earlier today and joins us from Blacksburg.
[Live= Joy/Newsroom]
[SUPER=220-Joy Sutton]
[SUPER=205-Blacksburg]


Teresa,
Supporters of Keyes say he doesn't have the finances like the other candidates to pay for costly television advertising -- but he hasn't let that or the lack of media attention he's received -- discourage him.
(rollcue...discourage him )
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[IN Q=Hank Ingram]
[SUPER=203-Blacksburg]
[SUPER=201-Hank Ingram/Keyes Volunteer]
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[OUT Q=world trade organization.]

(( Hank Ingram says Alan Keyes is the only Presidential candidate who represents his ideals -- and that's why he has chosen to go against the tide -- and support a man he believes is best for this country.
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[SOT 15:28:10]
[IN Q=It's an opportunity for people]

((HANK INGRAM/KEYES VOLUNTEER: IT'S AN OPPORTUNITY FOR PEOPLE TO SAY. I DON'T LIKE WHAT'S GOING ON IN WASHINGTON OR I DON'T LIKE WHAT'S GOING ON IN GOVERNMENT. SO I'M GOING TO VOTE FOR SOMEBODY WHO WILL GO IN AND NOT BE A GOVERNMENT PERSON))
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Ingram started the Virginia for Keyes web site -- which features Keyes holding Ingram's daughter when he came to Blacksburg.
Ingram says he and other volunteers are working hard to get Keyes' message out to Virginia voters.
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[SOT15:27:17]
[IN Q=we've been handing out]

((HANK INGRAM: WE'VE BEEN HANDING OUT BROCHURES, WRITING LETTERS TO THE EDITOR, NETWORKING A LOT ON THE INTERNET. I HAVE 175 PEOPLE THAT ARE ON A VIRGINIA FOR KEYES MAILING LIST))
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[OUT Q=mailing list]


Ingram feels that Keyes is not getting the national media attention he needs to reach out to voters in Virginia.
And in fact, Ingram says the media has basically chosen to disregard Keyes -- focusing only on the other two Republican candidates.
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[SOT 15:23:27]
[IN Q=I think he has been ignored]

((HANK INGRAM: I THINK HE HAS BEEN IGNORED BY THE MEDIA AND I THINK THE REASON IS HE DOESN'T FIT THE MOLD THEY'VE ESTABLISHED FOR A CANDIDATE.))
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[OUT Q=commitee establishment]


Keyes is running on an ultra-conservation platform.
He is pro life, and wants to be abolish the income tax and replace it with a national sales tax.
Keyes also thinks the government should withdraw from the World Trade Organization.))
[Live= Joy/Newsroom]
[SUPER=205-Blacksburg]

Ingram says just like in 1996 Keyes will most likely go all the way to the Republican National Convention even if he is a distant third in the running.
[Double Boxes=Teresa/Joy Newsroom]

Teresa,


[Primary-Reel]


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It's been more than 10- years since Virginia has held a presidential primary.
The first and last was in 1988.
And as Keith Humphry reports in this week's Virginia Newsreel... it was quiet day at the polls with only 20 percent of voters taking part..
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[SUPER=21-Roanoke/1988; :00]
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((AND WHICH PRIMARY DO YOU WISH TO VOTE IN REPUBLICAN OR DEMOCRATIC? REPUBLICAN)) [RUNS06]
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There was some activity at the polls for Virginia's dual primary in 1988, but it was extremely light.

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[SOT15:26:08]
[IN Q=THEY'RE JUST NOT]

((THEY'RE JUST NOT FAMILIAR WITH IT. SOME PEOPLE DO NOT REGARD IT AS IMPORTANT AND THEY LOOK AT YOU REAL CRAZY WHEN YOU SAY WHAT PARTY...YOU HAVE TO ASK THEM THEY'RE PREFERENCE)) [RUNS09]
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Voters had to state which party's ballot they wanted, blue for Democrats and white for Republicans. One woman said that's why the turnout was so low.
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[IN Q=I still]

((I STILL GO BACK TO THE HAVING TO TELL US WHICH PARTY THEY WANT TO VOTE IN WHICH PARTY PRIMARY I THINK THAT'S WHAT IT IS. WE HAVE HAD A FEW PEOPLE CALL ABOUT THAT THIS MORNING)) [RUNS09]
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Turnout in Lynchburg and the New River Valley was just as quiet as the polls in Roanoke.
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((IT'S PICKED UP A LITTLE BIT. WE PREDICT ABOUT 18 TO 19 PERCENT FOR THE ENTIRE DAY WHICH IS NOT REALLY GOOD. IT'S A LIGHT TURNOUT)) [RUNS08]
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African American voters made a difference in Roanoke. Black precincts went for Jesse Jackson. Tennessee Senator Al Gore took more precincts, but Jackson still took the city by a little more than 100 votes.
Though Gore lost Roanoke, his supporters said he did better than they expected.
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[IN Q=i think]

((I THINK AL GORE DID EXTREMELY WELL IN ROANOKE CITY HE ALMOST BEAT JESSE JACKSON. IT WAS REAL CLOSE. WE ANTICIPATED JESSE JACKSON DOING WELL IN THE CITY. AL GORE DID TWICE AS WELL AS DUKAKIS)) [RUNS11]
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In the Commonwealth most of the Republican votes belonged to George Bush.
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((WHY HAS GEORGE BUSH DONE WELL IN VIRGINIA AND ACROSS THE SOUTH? I BELIEVE HE REPRESENTS FOR MOST PEOPLE IN THE SOUTH EXACTLY WHAT THEY WANT A STRONG NATIONAL DEFENSE AND PROSPERITY FOR THE COUNTRY)) [RUNS13]
[OUT Q=FOR THE COUNTRY]


Gore and Bush's campaigners said even if voter turnout had been heavier, it wouldn't have affected the outcome. That's Virginia Newsreel, I'm Keith Humphry.))




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A Blacksburg man who was beaten early this morning is in critical condition.
Police say 29- year old Thomas Hyman suffered multiple injuries to his face, neck and head and is on life-support.
The fight happened at a house on East Roanoke street in Blacksburg.
Police say Hyman entered the home and that the altercation apparently occurred in the doorway.
Police have not said what led to the fight or if charges will be filed.



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A 19-year old Virginia Tech student who fell twenty to thirty feet yesterday while rock climbing at McCoy Falls is out of the hospital today.
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Rescue squad volunteers had to use ropes to bring Kate Kroll [Krawl] down the hillside.
She was transported to Montgomery Regional Hospital where she was treated and released.
The accident happened around four thirty.
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Still ahead on News 7, find out how a bill in the General Assembly could protect Virginia's wetlands from development.

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Plus, find out some of the key secrets to younger looking skin that apply to both men and women.
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Butch Church was elected to represent the Catawba District on the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors last November.
In this week's Virginia Profile-- Joe Dashiell checks in with the freshman member of the board to find out how he's adjusting.
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((Long before he took his seat on the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors, Butch Church was making difficult decisions under pressure.
As a Division I College Basketball referee for more than 20 years, Church says he learned many lessons that are serving him well as an elected official.
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((YOU KNOW YOU CAN'T MAKE EVERYBODY HAPPY. YOU KNOW THAT YOU'RE GOING TO MAKE HALF OF THEM MAD ALMOST EVERY DECISION. AND IT'S A SITUATION WHERE YOU CAN JUST BE AS FAIR AS YOU CAN. AND I HOPE PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT ME AND ALL OF MY LIFE IN ROANOKE THAT I'M FAIR. I'M HONEST AND I'M FAIR, AND I'M GOING TO GIVE THEM A GOOD SHAKE.))
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[OUT Q=give them a good shake.]


Church grew up in southeast Roanoke, attended Jefferson High School and National Business College and built a successful insurance agency.
He gives credit to his wife Roni, and to his 85- year- old mother Ruby, who raised Church and his four siblings by herself.
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[IN Q=Mom has just been]

((MOM HAS JUST BEEN SUCH AN INSPIRATION. A GOOD CHRISTIAN LADY. SHE'S BEEN EVERYTHING TO ME... WITHOUT HER, I DON'T KNOW WHERE I'D BE, BECAUSE SHE'S BEEN EVERYTHING GOOD TO ME.))
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[OUT Q=everything good to me.]


During the campaign, Church knocked on more than a thousand doors and heard residents' frustration on issues such as school construction and regional cooperation.
Though his election gave Republicans the majority that Democrats had held, Church says he is developing a strong relationship with all of the Supervisors.
[SOT 00:22:23]
[IN Q=I'm high energy level]

((I'M HIGH ENERGY LEVEL. THE OTHER BOARD MEMBERS, I THINK I MAY FRET THEM A LITTLE BIT, BECAUSE I'M FULL OF ENERGY. I WANT TO DO, DO, DO. AND I'M GLAD I FEEL THAT WAY. GOD HAS BLESSED ME WITH GOOD HEALTH. AND I THINK I CAN HELP PULL THIS GROUP TOGETHER. I SURE AM GOING TO TRY TO.))
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[OUT Q=I sure am going to try to.]


As a basketball ref, Church has been tested and he excelled, making it to the Final Eight of the NCAA Women's Championship.
In his new arena, the Catawba Supervisor is equally confident of the contributions he can make.
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[IN Q=And I just hope]

((AND I JUST HOPE THE PEOPLE WILL HAVE A LITTLE BIT OF PATIENCE, KEEP THE FAITH, AND TRUST THEY'VE HAD IN ME, AND I KNOW IN MY HEART THAT I'LL DO A GREAT JOB. I'M REALLY OPTIMISTIC ABOUT IT.))
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[OUT Q=really optimistic about it.]


Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke County))


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A Lynchburg Republican is on the A- list of many environmentalist for a bill that would protect Virginia's non-tidal wetlands.
But Preston Bryant's also a principal in an environmental engineering firm that advises developers and landowners on wetlands regulations.
Ellen Qualls has more.
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(( Preston Bryant says, if anything, his bill would make it harder for developers... his main clients... to make money.
[sot 13:55:28]

((DEL. PRESTON BRYANT/R-LYNCHBURG: WE ARE IN THAT LINE OF BUSINESS BUT SO ARE HUNDREDS OF OTHER FIRMS IN VIRGINIA. AND IF ANYTHING, THIS IS MUCH MORE RESTRICTIVE. IT MAKES OUR JOBS TOUGHER.))
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But fellow Republican and fellow environmental engineering firm professional Marty Williams eventually decided to abstain from voting on the wetlands bill.
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((SEN. MARTY WILLIAMS/R-NEWPORT NEWS: IF THERE'S ANYTHING ADDITIONAL TO THE REGULATORY PROCESS, WHETHER IT BE A CHANGE IN THE FEDERAL REGS OR ANY OF THAT, THERE'S GONNA CREATE MORE AND MORE WORK FOR A FIRM LIKE MINE ANYWAY. I WOULD ASSUME IF HE DOES WETLANDS WORK IT WOULD DO THE SAME FOR HIS.))
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A partner in Williams' firm actually testified for a competing wetlands bill-- but was NOT compensated for his time.

Roanoke Democrat Chip Woodrum was the only one to abstain from the final vote in the House.
[SOT 12:01:46 ]

((DEL. CHIP WOODRUM/D-ROANOKE: MEMBERS OF MY FAMILY HAVE AN INTEREST IN SOME LAND THAT IS SWAMPY, AND THEY MIGHT WISH TO DO SOME TYPE OF DRAINING.))
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((DEL. PRESTON BRYANT/R-LYNCHBURG: JUST LIKE WE HAVE BANKERS IN THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY WHO WORK ON BANKING LEGISLATION AND LAWYERS WORK ON LEGAL ISSUES. THIS IS NO DIFFERENT WHATSOEVER.))
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It is NOT a legal conflict in General Assembly terms-- where Bryant's actual firm would need to be named in the legislation.
Ellen Qualls, News 7.))


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Looking ten years younger doesn't mean going under the knife, find out some secrets to younger looking skin coming up.
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Plus you didn't have to travel to Italy to taste the finest of wines, they were right here in Roanoke. More when we return.
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The desire for younger looking skin drew dozens of women to the Patrick Henry Hotel this afternoon.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Technicians demonstrated how a 15 minute exfoliating micropeel can diminish lines and soften skin.
Doctors also talked about different types of facial surgery and why it's important to have realistic expectations.


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[IN Q=We're trying]

((DR. ENRIQUE SILBERBLATT/PLASTIC SURGEON: WE'RE TRYING TO MAKE THEM AWARE OF WHAT CAN BE DONE, WHAT SOME OF THE RISKS AND PITFALLS ARE AND TECHNIQUES.))
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[OUT Q=and techniques.]
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Plastic surgeons say the best thing for your skin is to always wear sunscreen, because u-v rays are the number one cause of wrinkles.
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[Wine-Festival]


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The International Wine Tasting Tour in Roanoke gave folks more than a taste of the best wines around.
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They received a lesson in culture, as well.
21 wines from 18 different countries were available for sampling ... and organizers say the event also taught people what foods mix well with wines when it comes to international taste.
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[IN Q=WE ARE FOLLOWING]
[SUPER=01-Wendi Schultz/ Exec. Prod. Festival in the Park]

((WENDI SCHULTZ: EXECUTIVE PRODUCER OF THE FESTIVAL IN THE PARK: WE ARE FOLLOWING NOT BY COUNTRY THIS YEAR, BUT FROM "SOUP TO NUTS", SO THAT FOLKS CAN LEARN ALL OF THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF WINE THAT YOU DRINK WITH ALL OF THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FOOD... ALTHOUGH ALL OF THE WINE IS INTERNATIONAL, NONE FROM VIRGINIA.))
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[OUT Q=FROM VIRGINIA]
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All of today's proceeds go to benefit Roanoke's Festival in the Park Arts Scholarship program.
To date, 55-thousand-dollars has been given to students studying the arts.
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And coming up, The Winston Cup cars tackled the Rock The Virginia Tech Hokies were on the road at Duquesne.
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And the Roanoke College men's and women's teams are waiting to find out who and where they will play in the N-C-Double-A tournament.
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[S-Race]


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Bobby Labonte took the lead late in the race and he would cover the field winning the Dura Lube K-Mart 400 at Rockingham.
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[SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC/TNN SPORTS; :]


Jeff Gordon leaves the pits after getting new tires he was one lap down at this point in the race.
But the strong car belonged to South Boston native Ward Burton he was leading the race through traffic on lap 77 Bobby Hamilton was running second.
Then Jerry Nadeau gets tapped in a group of cars slides on the track bringing out the caution.
Yesterday's winner of the Busch race Mark Martin was the leader after 163 laps.
But Steve Park would lead for the first time at The Rock as he took the point at the halfway mark.
Dale Earnhardt made a move and he would take the lead on lap 262 and he would lead for a couple of laps.
Then Labonte passed Earnhardt for the lead on lap 242 and he would lap several cars on his way to winning for the first time in Rockingham.
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Dale Earnhardt would finish second, Ward Burton third, Tony Stewart fourth and Dale Jarrett, Last weeks winner at Daytona, came in fifth.


[S-Tech]


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Virginia Tech was on the road this afternoon for an Atlantic 10 game against Duquense.
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[SUPER=03-Pittsburgh, PA/ESPN2; :]


Rick Stokes and his Hokies fell behind in the first half.
Kevin Forney gets out on the break and scores the easy layup to make it 9 to 8 Dukes.
Then Wayne Smith would pull up and hit the three pointer and the Dukes took the 14 to 8 lead.
Rolan Roberts starts a Hokie comeback making the steal and going in for the layup and drawing the foul Tech trailed by 6.
Dennis Mims would finish the first half hitting two jumpers but the Hokies would trail by 10 at the half.
The Dukes would open the second half with a 7 to nothing run to lead by 17.
[SUPER=33-Duquense/70/Virginia Tech/50/;]


Roberts continued to carry the Hokies in the second half with the basket and foul but Duquesne goes on to win it 70 to 50.
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The Roanoke College Men's and Women's basketball teams will find out later this evening who and where they will play in the first round of the N-C-Double-A division three basketball tournaments.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :]


The Lady Maroons would beat Emory and Henry yesterday 59 to 48 winning the ODAC tournament for the third time in four years.
Roanoke gets an automatic bid but because of an up and down season Maroon coach Susan Dunagan didn't have time to keep up with possible opponents in the big show.
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[OUT Q=.....one game."]
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This is the sixth time the Maroons have swept the ODAC tournament Page Moir and the Men's team earned their spot in the field by upsetting top ranked Hampden-Sydney this past Monday night.

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