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Coming up on News 7-
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The certified vote tally is in, but the Presidential Race is not over- a live report coming up.
Confrontation in one area town- The mayor and council butt heads-
And one camp is rising out of its troubles-
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Plus the cold forecast.
News 7 is next.

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((GOVERNOR GEORGE BUSH TWO MILLION, NINE HUNDRED TEN THOUSAND, FOUR HUNDRED 92, AL GORE, TWO MILLION, NINE HUNDRED, TEN THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED 92.))
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Good evening...

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Florida's Secretary of State says certified vote totals from all 67 counties show George W. Bush holds a 300 vote lead over Al Gore. [+++++pinnacle+++++]
But these numbers do not include overseas absentee ballots- and the Secretary of State also says she will consider updated submissions from three counties where Gore has asked for hand recounts.
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Manuel Gallegus is following the events from Florida- and he joins us live with the latest.
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((WITH COURT BATTLES ADVANCING AND THOUSANDS OF BALLOTS STILL IN LIMBO, FLORIDA'S SECRETARY OF STATE ANNOUNCED THE END OF THE OFFICIAL COUNTING PERIOD.
(SOT: Katherine Harris, Florida Secretary of State)

Governor George Bush, 2,910,492: Vice President Al Gore 2,910,192. BUSH LEADS GORE BY JUST 300 VOTES. BUT A STATE JUDGE WARNED THE SECRETARY OF STATE NOT TO REJECT BALLOTS STILL BEING COUNTED-- WITHOUT GOOD REASON. SHE LEFT A DOOR OPEN FOR THREE COUNTIES STILL LOOKING AT THE NUMBERS.
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193853 I am requiring a written statement of the facts and circumstances that would cause these counties to believe a change should be made before the final certification of the statewide vote.
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AS THE VICE PRESIDENT HEADED TO DINNER, REACTION WAS QUICK FROM HIS CAMP.
(SOT: William Daley, Gore Campaign Spokesperson)

AND THE TEXAS GOVERNORS SPOKESPERSON SAYING COUNT AFTER COUNT HAS COME UP THE SAME.
(SOT: Karen Hughes, Bush Campaign Spokesperson)

20071412 The counties have now certified their votes to the Secretary of State. And again Governor Bush won. Yet it now appears we have a deadline that may not be respected as a deadline at all.))
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It appears most Americans want Florida's recount to decide who the next President will be.
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[TAKE PINNACLE BOARD]
But almost 60 percent of voters say there should not be a revote in Palm Beach County- where voters say they were confused by the ballot. [CHANGE PINNACLE]
The majority of Americans say Vice President Al Gore should concede the election if he trails in the vote in Florida.
The survey was done by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press.
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[Legg-Mason]


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Voters in Virginia chose George W. Bush to go to the White House.
At least one financial analyst says a Bush administration would be very different from a Gore administration.
Richard Cripps is the
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Chief Financial Advisor of Legg Mason. He says Bush is likely to increase defense spending.
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((RICHARD CRIPPS: IT THINK THAT THE INCREASE IN SPENDING IS PRETTY MUCH ACROSS THE BOARD FROM HARDWARE TO SHIP BUILDING, TO EVEN MORE DEFENSE ELECTRONICS AND SPENDING, THE WHOLE GAMUT.))
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Cripps says a Gore Administration would benefit tech companies in Virginia.
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((RICHARD CRIPPS: WHAT THE VICE PRESIDENT HAS INDICATED IS THAT HE WOULD LIKE TO INCREASE R & D TAX CREDITS, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, SO I THINK THAT THOSE COMPANIES THAT ARE R&D INTENSIVE, BIO TECHNOLOGY BEING THE MOST PROMINENT WILL BENEFIT THE MOST.))
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Cripps says the stock market should rally after the election is decided.

[Gilmore]


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Meanwhile, a definitive answer on whether Virginia's Governor will serve out his term.
Jim Gilmore had privately discussed going to Washington IF George W- Bush won and offered him a Cabinet post.
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But now, the Governor is ruling out any move with a potential Bush administration.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: NO IT'S NOT MY PLAN TO DO THAT...SERVE OUT MY TERM.))
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Gilmore says he's had NO contact with the Bush campaign as it fights for the Presidency and mulls over a potential cabinet.
He says he hopes to be elected this Saturday to the chairmanship of the Republican Governors' Association.

[Triathlon-Lawsuit]


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A fatal accident during Blacksburg's triathlon has sparked a multi-million lawsuit.
The parents of Gary Wayne Taylor are suing the town and the organizer of the event for five million dollars.
Taylor was killed during the triathlon in June when his bicycle hit a car at an unguarded intersection.
A town report evaluating the event and its future is expected to be released next week.

[Fincastle]


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The mayor of Fincastle vetoed a town council vote last night because he did not like the outcome. Then council members overrode the mayor's wishes. All this amid allegations that Fincastle council members repeatedly break the law. Tina Tenret was there for the confrontation.
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(( Town council members had to decide whether to let Jeff Bowles turn his historic house on Main Street into five apartments. They approved it last month but since they did not advertise the meeting in advance, it was illegal. The homeowner's lawyer says this second vote was also against the law because council missed the 30 day deadline. 73-year-old Melanie Jones hates all this controversy.
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((MELANIE JONES/TOWN COUNCIL: FOR THE FIRST TIME IN MY LIFE I WANT TO LEAVE FINCASTLE. AND ANYBODY LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME I'LL SELL YOU MINE. AND I'M HAVING A LOT OF WORK DONE TO IT SO I CAN SELL IT AND LEAVE. THIS IS UPSETTING ME SO.)) [RUNS:l4]
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The mayor hates the apartment idea -- saying it will invite developers to fill Fincastle with high density housing. Then, he says, taxpayers will pay the price for a new sewer system. But council approved the apartments anyway.
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((BOB GENGO/MAYOR: I DON'T THINK THIS NECESSARILY REFLECTS THE WISHES OF THE PEOPLE. I'M EXERCISING THE STATUTORY AUTHORITY THAT'S VESTED IN THE OFFICE OF THE MAYOR AND I'M VETOING THIS. BUTT BUTT BUTT THAT'S WHEN COUNCIL VOTED AGAIN AND OVERRODE THEIR MAYOR'S WISHES. NOW ONE THING EVERYONE IN THE ROOM DID AGREE ON -- THEY NEED TO UPDATE THE ZONING LAWS AND PLAN FOR A SEWER SYSTEM UPGRADE BECAUSE TINY FINCASTLE'S GROWING. THAT SEWER SYSTEM, THE MAYOR SAYS, WILL COST MORE THAN A MILLION DOLLARS. TINA TENRET, NEWS7.))
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The Rising Star Sports and Adventure Camp has seen its share of match-ups this year. Roanoke County sued the camp in July - and they were found guilty - of violating zoning guidelines. But tonight, the ball was in owner Chris Pollock's court, as the Board of Supervisors gave him permission to continue operating. Meredyth Censullo reports.
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((Score one for Rising Star. The popular Roanoke County sports camp has been granted a special use permit by the Board of Supervisors, allowing them to operate their day care center and sports camp in an area zoned agricultural.

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((CHRIS POLLOCK: ITS A CAMP FOR THE KIDS. ITS FOR THE KIDS, WE BUILT IT FOR THE KIDS AND WE'RE JUST HOPING THE KIDS ARE THE FUTURE OF THE COMMUNITY, AND THATS REALLY WHAT WE BUILT IT FOR SO WE'RE HAPPY WITH IT AND OF COURSE WE'RE VERY GLAD TO GET THIS OVER WITH.))
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But "getting it over with" didn't come easy. Pollock had to hammer out an agreement with the camp's neighbors to make the facility asthetically fit in the otherwise agricultural area .. And then there's the issue of the Roanoke Steam.
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In the past, the arena football team has used Rising Star's athletic fields for some practices. The Supervisors say the team - and ONLY that professional team - can continue to practice there - as long as they stick to a few conditions. Among them - no profanity or loud music. Conditions Steam Vice-President Pete Shaw says he can live with.

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((PETE SHAW: ITS VERY EASY FOR US TO ABIDE BY THEM BECAUSE THEY'RE THE TYPES OF THINGS THAT - WE WANT THE TYPES OF PLAYERS THAT WILL DO THE RIGHT THING AND ACT THE APPROPRIATE WAY, SO IT WON'T BE DIFFICULT FOR US TO ABIDE BY THE PROVISIONS.))
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In the end, Board of Supervisors threw their full support behind a facility the County took to court just a few months ago .. That's one for Rising Star .. Now, its full "Steam" ahead. Meredyth Censullo, News7, Roanoke County.))
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Also tonight the Supervisors authorized the school board to award a contract for the renovation and construction project at Glenvar Middle School .. Superintendant Linda Weber says all 8 bids came in under the original projected cost. "Branch and Associates" was the lowest bidder - at just over six-point-one million dollars.
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Next on News 7, Roanoke Valley leaders think a major water park could make a splash in the area.
They want to know what you think.
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And the latest on the search for a missing plane in Central and Southside Virginia.
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((Hey folks this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office with girls' high school regional hoops from tonight. Plus, two Cave Spring pitchers sign division one scholarship papers. Steve Mason explores the personnel changes in tonight's edition of Roundhouse Wrapup. And we'll check in on Frank Beamer visit to Bama last night and have the latest on his situation at Tech. Tonight on

the Big 7.))[Water-Park]


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Some Roanoke County officials are hoping a proposed water park will float with local residents.
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Four thousand tapes, like this one, were sent to homeowners within a one hour drive of the Roanoke Valley.
The mailing also includes a detailed survey and four POTENTIAL areas in Roanoke County for development.
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The Department of Parks and Recreation paid 23- thousand dollars for the survey.
Officials say they want to know if local folks would be interested in a similar park.
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((PETE HAISLIP/ROANOKE CO. PARKS & RECREATION: RIGHT NOW, NO, WE HAVE NOT IDENTIFIED ANY ONE SITE WE'RE WAITING ON THE SURVEY TO TELL US WHERE PEOPLE WOULD TRAVEL TO.))
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Roanoke County hopes to have the results in December.

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The search for a missing plane in Nelson County will resume in the morning.
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The plane disappeared last Thursday during a flight to Greenville, South Carolina from College Park, Maryland.
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About 95 volunteers took part in ground and air searches today in the Diggs Mountain area near Shipman.
Authorities say that's the last place the aircraft was seen on radar.
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((BOB KOESTER/VA DEPT. EMERGENCY SERVICES: AIRPLANE SEARCHING IS ACTUALLY GOING ON ALL THE WAY FROM COLLEGE PARK DOWN TO GREENVILLE. THE REASON WE'RE HERE LOOKING ON THE GROUND IS BASED UPON SOME RADAR PLOTS. RADAR PLOTS APPEAR TO HAVE THE PLANE GOING OFF THE SCREEN IN THIS LOCATION.))
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Authorities ask any residents in the area who may have heard the plane last Thursday to give them a call at the Nelson County sheriff's department.
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The aerial search for the missing plane covers a vast area --
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The Civil Air Patrol had spotters flying out of the Blue Ridge Airport in Henry County most of the day.
They're checking the terrain to the south and west of Martinsville, and along the North Carolina border.
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Two teenage boys were ordered to undergo probation and counseling for sexually abusing two other boys at a Wytheville children's home.
Jacob Earl Cregger and Jacori Carter -- both 16 -- entered Alford pleas to misdemeanor sexual battery.
They were charged with sodomizing two other teenage boys last October at the Presbyterian Children's Home for troubled teens.
The home says its beefed up security since the incident.
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Still ahead on News 7, good news for workers at two local plants.
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And later, we'll look back on the career of veteran T-V newsman Robert Trout.
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[Pillowtex]


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The company that owns a Martinsville plant has filed for bankruptcy but officials say it will have no effect on the local facility.
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Pillowtex filed for Chapter 11 protection today. No workers will be furloughed at its Henry County plant, though.

Business at the bedding- and towel- manufacturing plant will continue as usual. Officials say the plant IS profitable.
Since its purchase of Fieldcrest Cannon in December of 1997, the company's stock has lost 99 percent of its value.
Pillowtex employs 13 thousand people nationwide, about one thousand locally.
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[Volvo-Layoffs]


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63 Volvo workers who thought they'd be laid off after Thanksgiving will keep working.
Volvo estimated earlier this month that 200 workers at the Dublin plant would lose their jobs. Today, they revised it to 102.
Union leaders say 63 workers will be transferred to other jobs in the new Volvo warehouse... thanks to an expansion at the Dublin facility.
Volvo still intends to cut production 30-percent to compensate for an industry-wide slump in new truck orders.
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[Trout]


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Broadcast Pioneer Robert Trout has died- The longtime newsman worked briefly at ABC
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and later became the first anchor of CBS's long running World News Roundup.
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((TODAY THE COMMITTEE AND THE REST OF US HAVE BEEN HEARING WE MIGHT HAVE THOUGHT.))
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Trout was celebrated for his D-Day broadcasts of the Allied Invasion of Normandy- He also announced the Japanese Surrender in 1945.
Trout covered every president from Franklin Roosevelt to Bill Clinton.
He retired in 1996- but was a regular contributor to National Public Radio until this year.
Robert Trout died of congestive heart failure- He was 91.
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Everything from regional hoops, to ice chips from the Express, to the latest on Frank Beamer. Plus, two D-1 baseball signings at Cave Spring today.
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First in tonight's Extra Point, Randy Johnson has won his third Cy Young Award.
The Arizona hurler also received the award in '95 and '99.
Johnson joins Greg Maddux and Sandy Koufax as the only back-to-back winners in the National League.
He finished 19 and seven with a two-point-64 ERA. Now the scores
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For the last two weeks folks in the south have been mentioning Frank Beamer and Alabama in the same breath. For Tech fans, that breath has been bad and in need of a mint.
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Monday night, Beamer was Birmingham talking to the city's Touchdown Club. He was treated like a king by some of those in attendance as both young and old asked for his autograph. He admits he has been contacted about the opening by a Bama representative. Still, when asked about the job - Beamer held the company line.
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Folks, as we have said all along - Frank Beamer is a man of his word and a person who is very loyal to his friends.

In this case his friends are his assistant coaches. Beamer wants more money for his coaches. And as long as Beamer is a hot property, Tech is going to have to pay. Sources tell News 7 Sports that Tech athletic director Jim Weaver and Beamer are very close to finalizing a new contract that will bump up his pay and the salaries of his assistants. Keep in mind, all of this comes less than two years after Beamer signed what was at the time called a "lifetime contract."


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Floyd County grounded the Lady Rockets tonight in Region C Tournament action.
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[SUPER=03-New Castle/Floyd Co. vs. Craig Co.;]


The Buffaloes stampeded Craig County's home court and the Lady Rockets new it would be a battle to corral Floyd County.
To the action, Adria Mannon picks off the Craig inbounds pass and takes it right to the hoop for the points.
Heather St. Clair plays the big 'D' for the Rockets, blocking the shot, making the big pass to Suzanne Gans, Gans gives to Jessica Cochran who finishes with the bucket.
Craig County again with the good defense as Charley-Gail Stull intercepts the Buffalo pass. Stull finds St. Clair racing to the hoop for the score.
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But Floyd County was just too much. Mannon pulls up to sink the three pointer from the corner and the Buffaloes advance in the Region C with the 59-35 win over Craig County.
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Down the mountain, in other Region C action Glenvar played host to Northwood.
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The Highlanders didn't have any trouble getting past the Panthers.
Glenvar's Leigh Ann Woodley finds Amanda Kite with the bounce pass. Kite underneath gets two of her 11 on the night and draws the foul.
[super=33-Northwood/24/Glenvar/44;]


The Highlanders go on the offensive again as Allyson Fasnacht takes it all the way. Glenvar beat Northwood 44 to 24.
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In other action tonight in Region C, PH Glade Spring knocked off Fort Chiswell 47-to-38.

No word tonight on the games in Region Three or Region 4.[S-Cave]


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A couple of Cave Spring baseball players stepped up to the plate yesterday and signed scholarship papers.
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Two members of Randy Boone's Cave Spring baseball team made commitments to play division one baseball yesterday.
Eric Jones, who hit 418 and had a point 51 era last season will play for Virginia Tech, while hard throwing Tyler Lumsden, who has 123 strikeouts in his career picked the Clemson Tigers.
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Clemson gave Tyler a 30 percent scholarship, while West Virginia offered a full ride and the Hokies 75 percent. All of that may be a moot point when the major league draft rolls around in June.
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[S-House]


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If the first 14 contests of this season have taught Express fans anything, it's that first year head coach Perry Florio is not playing games.
Yesterday, the Express made its fifth roster move in the last two days.
[GraPhic=WIPE TO!!!!!! FULL SCREEN!!!!!!Round house wrap up]


Steve Mason tells us why the revolving door is spinning in this edition of Roundhouse Wrapup.
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[SUPER=01-Mike Peron/Express Center; :20]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/This Morning; :28]
[SUPER=01-Perry Florio/Express Head Coach; :45]
[SUPER=01-Ben Schust/Express Leading Scorer; 1:02]
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[OUT Q=....round house wrap up"]
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((STEVE MASON:IN THE LAST TWO DAYS THE EXPRESS HAS MADE FOUR ROSTER MOVES. MONDAY AFTERNOON HEAD COACH PERRY FLORIO MADE IT FIVE WHEN HE TRADED _______ TO THE ____ FOR ____. AT 7 AND 7, THE EXPRESS IS TRYING TO SHAKE A 4 GAME LOSING STREAK AND WITH TRENTON, WHICH HAS THE SECOND BEST RECORD IN THE ENTIRE LEAGUE, ON TAP FOR HOME AND HOME DOUBLE HEADER THIS WEEKEND, SOMETHING HAD TO BE DONE.)) ((MIKE PERON:)) ((A different look, a much bigger look for the Express at the team's Ice Station practice Tuesday as 6 foot 5 230 pound winger Pete Gardiner worked out with Roanoke for the first time. John Poapst is also back. Anthony Terzo goes to the Florida Everblades in return for right wing Tim Wolfe. ((PERRY FLORIO:)) Gardiner's size enables him to be a more effective screen in front of opposing goalies. The Express has scored just over a goal a game in it's last four. ((BEN SCHUST:))
Defenseman Travis Smith spent two weeks in Canada. Smith, hurt and unable to play, attended a wedding, but immigration would not let him back into the United States until now.)) ((SMITH ARRIVES IN ROANOKE SOMETIME MONDAY EVENING. WOLFE ALSO REACHES THE STAR CITY AFTER DRIVING ALL THE WAY FROM FO RT MEYERS. STEVE MASON ROUND HOUSE WRAP UP. ))