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Coming up-
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A live report from The Presidential Debate- News 7s Ellen Qualls is there.
We'll hear from college friends of a woman found dead in Floyd County.
Plus a spectacular night launch of Discovery.
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[Talent=Jean]


Plus if you're going to tomorrow's Tech game- news you can use- News 7 is next.

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[VO-NAT]


First, do no harm.
Al Gore and George W. Bush sat down tonight in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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[Presidential-Debate]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#00-31 TC1:29:07]
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Gore's mission was to set a civil tone, Bush's was to put substance over style.
[Double Boxes=Jean and Ellen/Starlink]


Ellen Qualls is at Wake Forest University.
Ellen, how'd they do?
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[SUPER=201-Al Gore/(D) Presidential Candidate;]
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[Ford-Recall]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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A judge today orders Ford to recall more than two million vehicles-
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Oakland, CA]


The problem the judge says is faulty ignitions on many Fords built from 1983 to 1995- a problem that may make the vehicles dangerously prone to stalling.
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[SOT 20:29:05 ]
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((JUDGE BALLACHEY: ITS INARGUABLE THAT A CAR STALLING, I MEAN I JUST THINK IT DEFIES COMMON SENSE TO SUGGEST THAT IF YOU TAKE YOUR CAR OUT ON THE FREEWAY AND GO 70 MPH AND TURN THE MOTOR OFF AND TELL ME THAT'S SAFE.))
[Super=01-Judge Michael Ballachey/CA Superior Court;]
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[OUT Q=me that's safe.]
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[VO-NAT]


The dispute is over a part of the electronic ignition systems in Fords built over a 12 year period up to 1995- The judge found the module overheated causing cars to stall suddenly.
But Ford's attorneys insist the cars are safe.
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[IN Q=20:29:23]

((RICHARD WARMER, FORD ATTORNEY "THE COMPANY FEELS ITS NOT JUSTIFIED BY THE EVIDENCE, THAT THESE VEHICLES ARE SAFE AND THAT IN THE END THIS RULING WILL BE FOUND TO BE IN ERROR AND REVERSED ON APPEAL. CLARENCE DITLOW, CENTER FOR AUTO SAFETY "THE TRAGEDY IS THAT DURING THE APPEAL MORE FORD OWNERS WILL DIE IN STALLING ACCIDENTS THAT COULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED IF THE IGNITION MODULE WERE REPLACED WITH A SAFER ONE."))
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[Super=01-Clarence Ditlow/Center For Auto Safety; 12]
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[Vo-Nat]
Ford plans to appeal and says the judge is overstepping his authority by ordering a recall.
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[Auto-Legislation]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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A new measure may mean prison terms for business executives- who withhold information about auto safety defects.
The bill came up in the aftermath of the Firestone Tire recall.
The senate passed the bill tonight and it now goes onto President Clinton.

[Gun-Locks]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Gun safety locks are supposed to keep guns safer- but some may not be working right-
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[VO-NAT]
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A national distribution of gun safety locks has been suspended after police found that the devices could spring open unexpectedly.
The locks are pulled through gun handles or barrels to prevent the weapon from being fired or loaded.
400- thousand of the locks were distributed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation through Project Homesafe.
15- hundred made their way to Roanoke where police passed them out to residents.
Police say they've given most of them away but will hang onto the remainder until they're contacted by the organization.
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[Floyd-Murder]


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Investigators from Virginia and Pennsylvania are working together to solve the murder of a 18-year-old woman. The body of Leslie Rae White was found in the trunk of a car in Floyd County earlier this week. Meredyth Censullo reports classmates of White's are trying to cope with the news that their friend is dead.
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((Leslie Rae White grew up in East Waterford, Pennsylvania - a town which prides itself in keeping its children safe. Now, white ribbons decorate the streets, and news of her death streams across the local newspaper.

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((SHE WANTED MY NUMBER SO WE COULD HANG OUT, BUT....))
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White had just started making friends at Harrisburg Community College, where she was a freshman. One friend - who doesn't want to be identified - talked about White to reporters in Pennsylvania.

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[IN Q=She was so...]

((SHE WAS VERY NICE, I'M SO SURPRISED ANYBODY WOULD DO ANYTHING TO HER...BECAUSE I NEVER HEARD HER SAY ANYTHING MEAN TO ANYBODY OR ANYTHING.))
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[OUT Q=or anything...]


Monday, White's body was found in the trunk of a junked car in Floyd County, after a man spotted her Jeep nearby. Investigators aren't disclosing the cause of death - and although they say they have suspects, they won't say who they're looking for - In East Waterford, friends remember a poem White wrote - which reads "I wonder where you are right now, wonder if you miss this world and how"... Now friends are wondering the same about Leslie..

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((I JUST MET HER AND SHE WAS REALLY NICE TO ME AND EVERYBODY ELSE.))
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Meredyth Censullo, News7.))

[460-Ax]


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Charges are pending against a driver police believe caused an accident tonight in Botetourt County.
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[VO-NAT]
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It happened around seven when the driver of a Chevy Blazer ran off Route 460, overcorrected, then ran through the median and flipped.
A truck headed the other direction tried to avoid the accident and ended up flipping as well.
That driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
Police believe alcohol was a factor in the crash.
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[Tech-Parking]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A sell-out crowd is expected to take in tomorrow night's battle between Virginia Tech and West Virginia.
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[VO-NAT]
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Normally, when so many people converge on one place at the same time it's a good idea to arrive early, but that won't be the case tomorrow. Because of afternoon classes, the parking lots on campus will not be open for the football crowd until after 5pm.
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Tech police are also urging fans who are traveling to the game on route 460 East to exit early before they reach the stadium.
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((W.R. FLINCHUM:))
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[Tease1]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
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Amtrak says its chugging down the path to passenger rail service in Southwest Virignia.
We'll have the latest when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]


And Pulaski Furniture's plant in Martinsville shuts its doors for good.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey sports fans its girls basketball night we'll have hometown hoops weekly plus highlights of the Northside Rockbridge County game West Virginia talks about tomorrow nights trip to Blacksburg to take on the Hokies The Roanoke Soccer team is on the rebound and the Yankees even their series with the Seattle Mariners.
All that and more coming up in sports.))
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[Pulaski-Furniture]


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Workers at Pulaski Furniture in Martinsville punched the clock for the last time.
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It was the last day of production there.
Two months ago, the company announced the 280 layoffs. Dozens of employees have been transferred to jobs within the company. Some have found work at other furniture places in the Martinsville area.
But there are more than 80 people who are still looking.
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((KATHLEEN BUTLER/WORKED 5 YEARS AT PULASKI: I HOPE I CAN FIND ANOTHER JOB TO WORK AT. I HOPE FOR A BETTER PAY ROLE; A BETTER COMMUNITY WITH PEOPLE AND ALL THAT.))
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((ROBERTA BOLDEN/WORKED 2 YEARS AT PULASKI: I'M GOING TO MISS ALL MY FRIENDS I'VE WORKED WITH. I'LL BE OK FOR A WHILE.))
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((CLORY WITCHER/WORKED 26 YEARS AT PULASKI: I'VE BEEN HERE 26 YEARS. I THANK GOD FOR MY YEARS. I'VE BEEN BLESSED.))
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County officials say there is interest to buy the plant but so far no buyer-
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[Passenger-rail]


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Amtrak is ready to roll. Passenger trains are still a long way from the station. But Amtrak says it is "firmly committed" to coming up with a plan to bring passenger service back to the tracks between Bristol, Roanoke and Richmond.

In a letter to the local Congressional delegation, Amtrak President and C-E-O George Warrington also promises to provide the "rolling stock" to operate the service.
Congressman Bob Goodlatte calls it an "important first step" to bringing passenger rail service to the area.

[Raid-Pulaski]


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A Pulaski couple who's home was mistakenly raided by police are threatening to take the town to court.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Pulaski/May;]


William and Geneva Summers were jolted out of bed last May when armed officers broke down their door.
The police were looking for drug dealers, but got the wrong house ... based on an informant's bad tip.
Now, the couple's attorney says he can prove the police did NOT do their research before the raid.
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((TOMMY BAKER: WE BELIEVE THAT THE AFFIDAVIT GIVEN TO SECURE THE SEARCH WARRANT WAS COMPLETELY DEFECTIVE. IT DID NOT CONTAIN WHAT WE BELIEVE THE CASE LAW AND THE STATUTORY LAW REQUIRE TO BE ABLE TO COME IN TO SOMEONE'S RESIDENCE, MUCH LESS BATTER THE DOOR DOWN AT 4 IN THE MORNING.))
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Police say the search warrant was properly secured -- but that their informant lied.
He'll be tried this month.
The town says it's willing to discuss an insurance payment for the mistakenly raided couple.
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[Mideast]


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Women took to the streets in the Mideast today- to protest violence there.
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So in a land where women are often oppressed today they made their voices heard. Palestinian women say Israeli forces are showing aggression toward innocent Palestinians.
[Super=03-Ramallah, West Bank;]


While the women marched- more violence erupted in the streets of Gaza.
In the Southern Gaza strip at least two people were killed by gun fire- one 18 year old was playing with his brother when he was killed by an Israeli soldier.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still ahead on News 7-- Robin has the forecast for tomorrow night's Virginia Tech game.
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[VO-NAT]


And it took a few tries, but the 100-th space shuttle mission is finally underway- as the shuttle roared into the night sky.
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[Seniors-Program]


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It's a unique "public- private partnership." It's putting smiles on the faces of some senior citizens in Lynchburg.
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[VO-NAT]
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About one hundred seniors use the Fairview Senior Center three days a week.
But recent budget cuts had eliminated Wednesdays from that schedule, and left the elderly participants out in the cold.
But a local investment firm decided to pitch in where the city could not, and donated the 18- hundred dollars necessary to keep the program running.
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((RICK HUFF/HUFF & STUART FINANCIAL SERVICES: WE THOUGHT THEY DID A GREAT JOB, GOOD WORK AND WE INQUIRED AS TO HOW TO HELP THEM CONTINUE THEIR PROGRAM. SHE TOLD US AND WE WANTED TO DO IT, WE WANTED TO HELP THE SENIORS OF THIS AREA, WE THOUGHT IT WAS A VERY WORTHWHILE PROJECT.))
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[OUT Q=very worthwhile project.]
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[VO-NAT]


Senior citizens use the center for different activities such as crafts, games and dancing.
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[Shuttle]


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Space Shuttle Discovery thundered into orbit tonight- NASA's 100th shuttle flight.
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((THREE, TWO ONE....liftoff of discovery.. in space ))
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This was the fourth attempt at liftoff and all went well tonight. Discovery had been grounded since last Thursday because of weather and equipment problems.
Seven astronauts are aboard the shuttle for the eleven day trip- They'll add segments to the international space station.
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[S-Extra]


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[TAPE#=Extra Point]
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The Roanoke College soccer team rebounds after suffering its first loss of the season and the Yankees beat the Mariners.
But first our Extra Point. Ferrum is thte number one ranked defense in the nation.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=75-Ferrum; :]


The Panthers are giving up just 154 yards a game and allowing less than 7 points a contest.
Ferrum is 3 and 2 and here are tonight's scores.
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[S-Girls]


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Over at Northside last night the Lady Vikings hosted Rockbridge in a key Blue Ridge district game.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Northside vs Rockbridge; :]


The Vikings huddle just before taking the floor.
Northside's Jennifer Carty passes to Britanny Hughes and she makes the reverse layup giving the Vikings the early lead.
Rockbridge comes back London Stewart takes it to the hoop on the easy layup but the Lady Wildcats still trailed in the game.
[SUPER=34-Northside/63/Rockbridge/33/;]


The Vikings dominated the game as Megan Myers pulls up and hits the three pointer and Northside wins it 63 to 33.

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[S-Hoops]


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[TAPE#=SP-67 1:57:04]
[GRAPHIC=hometown hoops weekly]

Wednesday always means basketball. Steve Mason takes us to Lynchburg for a look at two tough teams in the Seminole District in Hometown Hoops Weekly.
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((WE START HOMETOWN HOOPS WITH THE AMHERST LADY LANCERS. THESE GIRLS ARE PART OF ONE OF THE BIGGEST TEAM TURNAROUNDS IN RECENT MEMORY. AND THEY ARE WINNING WITH A FIRST YEAR COACH WHO HONED HIS PLAYING AND COACHING SKILLS JUST DOWN THE ROAD AT LYNCHBURG COLLEGE. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
Ahmad Smalls compensates for his rookie coaching status by implementing his veteran playing expertise that he picked up while playing point guard for Joe Davis at Lynchburg College. He graduated in 1997 as a second team all ODAC selection. His energy and hustle is now directed at the Lady Lancers. It's working. The team is 7 and 5 and 5 and 1 in the tough Seminole District, amazing considering, the lady Lancers were 1 and 19 last year and was 7 and 67 over the last five seasons. Only two players returned from last years team. ((:)) ((:)) Heritage was the double A state championship runner up a season ago and that just about the entire team is back this season. Obviously expectations have been raised. ((:))
one key to the teams success, some of the players practice with and against the Heritage boys team. STEVE MASON:THAT'S A WRAP FOR HOMETOWN HOOPS WEEKLY, REMEMBERS COACHES AND PLAYERS, CALLS US WITH YOUR SCORES AT 1-800-777-WDBJ, SEE YA NEXT TIME.))




[S-WVU]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-77 12306TC]
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The Big East will be in the national spotlight tonight as the Hokies host West Virginia at a sold out Lane Stadium.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Morgantown, WV/Saturday; :00]

The Mountaineers certainly will be looking for revenge after last year's last second loss to Tech. But after barely getting by Idaho last Saturday, the Mountaineers are more concerned about having enough healthy bodies to battle Tech.
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[OUT Q=....TO BE IN."]
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[VO-NAT CON'T]

And if the injuries weren't enough of a concern, the thought of stopping Vick is again making him a little sick.
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[ANCHOR=Roy]


The Express opens its season on Friday night Steve Mason has more later in roundhouse wrap up.

[S-Hockey]


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[TAPE#=SP-72 1:53:10]
[GRAPHIC=Express/Richmond]


The Roanoke Express opens the two thousand campaign Friday night against the Richmond Renegades at the Round House.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


The Express posted an OH and 2 preseason record but should be ready for arguably one of the toughest teams in the ECHL in Richmond.
Saturday night Roanoke turns right around and takes on former coach Frank Anzalone and the Pee Dee Pride. Playing the tough Gades and then Anzalone should make for a drama filled hockey weekend
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[OUT Q=....see that often"]
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[VO-NAT]


One other note, left wing Adam Dewan will not play Friday, he is on the 14 day I.R. with a pulled left hamstring.
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[S-Maroons]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-76 (1:20:29)]
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The Roanoke College Maroons improved their record to 11 and 1 today beating Guilford 3 to nothing.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Roanoke vs Guilford; :]


The 17-th ranked Maroons were on the rebound after a loss on Saturday.
Leading 2 to nothing Ryan Pflugrad takes the corner kick and heads it in for the score and the Maroons led the game 3 to nothing.
[SUPER=34-Roanoke/3/Guilford/0/;]


The Maroons goalies turned away all six of Guilford's shots to get the 3 to nothing win and move to 6 and 1 in the ODAC.
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[S-Yankees]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-73 (1:51:58)]
[GRAPHIC=MLB LOGO]


The New York Yankees have evened the American League Championship Series with Seattle at 1 to 1.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/NBC SPORTS; :]


The Mariners would get the jump on the Yankees in this game Stan Javier hits this single scoring Mike Cameron to make it 1 to nothing in the third.
[SUPER=35-New York/7/Seattle/1/;]


The Yankees broke a 16 inning scoreless streak with 7 runs in the bottom of the 8-th the big blow coming off the bat of Derek Jeter this 2 run homer to right field and the Yankees win it 7 to 1.
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[S-Mets]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=None]
[GRAPHIC=MLB logo]


The Mets and Cardinals opened the National League Championship series tonight in St. Louis.
And the game is in the 9-th inning with the Mets leading 6 to two.