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Coming up on News 7-
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The U-S launches what some describe as the most intense day of attacks against the Taliban... The candidates for Governor campaign the old - fashioned way... A sweet reward for the owners of a local winery.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Plus, the Haunted Cave is back at Dixie Caverns. News 7 is next.



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A second U-S postal worker to die from anthrax is laid to rest-- Meanwhile, officials say they're confident the latest bacteria found on Capital Hill does not represent a threat.
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[SOT 15:46:17]
[IN Q=To the people]

((TO THE PEOPLE WHO DID THIS WHEREVER THEY ARE OUR MESSAGE TO YOU IS SIMPLY THIS. YOU HAVE FAILED AGAIN.))
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[OUT Q=you have failed again.]
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[anchor=Teresa]
[ss=News 7 at 11]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Attacks-Update]


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The C-D-C says the anthrax found in three Congressional offices yesterday does NOT pose a serious threat. Also today-- the U-S military staged a fierce day- long assault against the Taliban. A British news report says that one U-S missile went awry striking a village in Afghanistan. The Pentagon says it has no such information. Drew Levinson joins us now from Washington with more on todays events.
[LIVE= LEVINSON /FULL NEWSPATH]
[SUPER=141-Drew Levinson/CBS News;]
[SUPER=145-Washington D.C.;]
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=143-Northern Afghanistan]
[SUPER=143-West Windsor, NJ]
[SUPER=141-Linda Wang/New Jersey Business Owner]
[SUPER=143-Washington D.C.]
[SUPER=141-Lt. Dan Nichols/U.C. Capitol Police;]
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((pkg: (Locator: Northern Afghanistan) (nat of daytime bombing) The U-S lead bombing on the Taliban front lines began early. (nat of nighttime bombing) And continued into the night. Witnesses call it the most intense strikes yet. But the hits getting the most attention are missed targets. British news sources say an American bomb is responsible for killing and wounding several civilians during an accidental attack on this village behind Northern Alliance lines. (nat of Red Cross fire) And for the second time, an American bomb turned a Red Cross building into rubble. This one housed food and blankets for more than 50-thousand needy Afgha s. (Locator: West Windsor, New Jersey) Back on U-S soil, postal workers stayed outside of this post office in West Windsor, New Jersey after investigators found anthrax spores inside a mail bin. Fear spread quickly. (Linda Wang/NJ Business owner) 17:36:02 We re concerned because we have a business where all the mail comes through this post office." (Locator: Washington, DC) And investigators are still testing a House of Representatives office building. They found anthrax inside the offices of three more congressmen. (Lt. Dan Nichols/U.S. Capitol Police) 13:54:39 If this is a situation where we have cross-contamination from the original Senator Daschle letter of if there is another piece of mail out there that we need to be concerned about. That s something we re looking into very vigorously, I assure you. (Drew Levinson stand-up close)
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[Allen]


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Senator George Allen says Virginians should be more cautious with their mail but should not panic.
He adds--- there is a possibity the anthrax cases could be the work of domestic terrorists.
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[SOT 3:05:39]
[IN Q=There are facts]

((SEN. GEORGE ALLEN: THERE ARE FACTS WERE GIVEN TO ME IN A TOP SECRET BRIEFING ABOUT ALL OF THIS AND ITS BEST I DON'T COMMENT ON IT, NOTHING HAS BEEN RULED OUT.))
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Allen went on to say he believes there will be more anthrax attacks in the future but believes Americans should contin

ue with their everyday lives.[NYC-Firefighters]


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New York firefighters scored a victory of their own at today's Virginia Tech/Syracuse game in Blacksburg.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg]


For the last six weeks, fire departments across southwest Virginia have been raising money for the fallen firefighters fund.
Today, they presented a check to two New York City firefighters at a ceremony during the football game.
That check totals more than 420-thousand dollars.
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[in q= The generosity]

((LT. JIM CLIFTON/SALEM FIREFIGHTER'S ASSOCIATION PRES.: THE GENOROSITY OF THE COMMUNITY... JUST UNBELIEVABLE HOW GENEROUS EVERYBODY WAS. ))
[SUPER=01-Lt. Jim Clifton/Salem Firefighter's Association Pres.; ]
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[OUT Q= everybody was.]
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The New York Firefighters say they are overwhelmed and extremely grateful to those who contributed to the fund.
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[anchor=Teresa]
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Also at today's game-- 65- hundred cans of food were collected as well as 12- hundred dollars in cash for the Montgomery County Christmas store.

[Festival]


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Sometimes the old way is the best way.
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[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.]


That was on display at the 28th annual Blue Ridge Folklife Festival in Ferrum today.
The event celebrates the folk traditions of this region through music, demonstrations, and authentic food.
Although, the weather may have been chilly the event still attracted more than twenty thousand people.
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[IN Q=I'm pretty prepared]

((KIM GREENBERG/DOUG GREENBERG: I'M PRETTY PREPARED. I WASN'T PREPARED FOR THE SNOW. A LITTLE UNDERPREPARED, THE GLOVES WOULD HAVE BEEN A NICE TOUCH. WE THOUGHT ITS GOING TO BE COLD, THE WIND IS NOT HELPING BUT STILL HAVING FUN.)) [NAT SOUND OF RALPH STANLEY]
[SUPER=01-Kim Greenberg; :00]
[SUPER=01-Doug Greenberg; :06 (HOT CHANGE)]
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[OUT Q=play the game.]
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This year's festival featured popular bluegrass musician Ralph Stanley.
Last year, the Library of Congress awarded Stanley the "Living Legend" medal.
Stanley was born in the Clinch Mountains of Southwest Virginia.
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[Warner-Earley]


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Today's cold weather failed to prevent the Governor's race from heating up. Both Mark Warner and Mark Earley made campaign appearances at the Blue Ridge Folklife festival. Justin McLeod shows how today was "NOT" politics as usual.
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((((NAT SOUND OF A SPEECH))
Here is something you don't see everyday.
Candidates who speak without a large stage or a loud microphone.
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[IN Q=It was great to be out here]

((MARK EARLEY: IT WAS GREAT TO BE OUT HERE WITH GEORGE ALLEN AND VIRGIL GOODE AND TO TALK TO THE PEOPLE OUT HERE.)) ((MARK WARNER: I THINK THE CHANCE TO MEET SOMEBODY AND TO LOOK THEM EYE TO EYE AND ASK FOR THEIR VOTE IS TERRIBLY IMPORTANT.))
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And the way to do it is to bring the campaign back to the basics.
To accomplish that, festival organizers provided the stump.
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[IN Q=The rules of the stump speech]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE RULES OF THE STUMP SPEECH ARE SIMPLE, NO CAMPAIGN BUTTONS, FLIERS, OR POSTERS, JUST THE STUMP AND THE CANDIDATE. AFTER ALL, ITS ALL ABOUT TAKING THEIR MESSAGE STRAIGHT TO THE PEOPLE.))
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((NAT SOUND OF CANDIDATE SHAKING HANDS))
Each candidate got fifteen minutes.
Mark Warner went first.
His main topic continues to be the economy especially in southwest and southside Virginia.
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[IN Q=If we let this part of the state]

((MARK WARNER: IF WE LET THIS PART OF THE STATE CONTINUE TO FALL BEHIND, WE CAN'T MAKE IT IN VIRGINIA.))
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[OUT Q=make it in Virginia]


If he's elected governor, Warner promises an economic SWAT team and other state assistance to help workers adjust to changing times. ((NAT SOUND OF EARLEY TALKING ON STUMP))
When Mark Earley took the stump, he too talked about the area's economy and his plans to save it.
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[IN Q=For any company]

((MARK EARLEY: FOR ANY COMPANY THAT MOVES INTO SOUTHSIDE OR SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA AND CREATES 50 OR MORE JOBS, THEY WON'T PAY ANY CORPORATE INCOME TAXES FOR FIVE YEARS.))
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[OUT Q=for give years]


With a little over a week until the election, you can expect to hear and see more of the candidates in person and in TV ads.
You just won't hear or see them quite like this, on a tree stump.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Franklin County.))[Tease1]
[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Still ahead on News 7 at 11, there's something big brewing at a local winery...
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and some local educators were teaching their students about lending a helping hand. We'll have that and more coming up in just a few minutes.
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[Habitat]


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Some area teachers traded in their chalk and erasers for hammers and nails today.
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18 teachers from Fairview Elementary School in Roanoke helped build a Habitat for Humanity House.
The house is located next to the school and is part of the "Women Building a Legacy" program.
Teachers say the goal is to show students there is more to learn outside the classroom.
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[IN Q=Thats been one of our goals]

((JUDY BERRY/ TEACHER: THAT'S BEEN ONE OF OUR GOALS THIS YEAR TO GET MORE INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNITY AND GET THE COMMUNITY MORE INVOLVED WITH OUR SCHOOL. THIS IS ONE OF OUR BIG PROJECTS AND JUST WORKING TOGETHER, IT BUILDS THOSE SKILLS THAT WE ALSO USE AT SCHOOL WORKING TOGETHER AS A STAFF.))
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The women chose to work today because this is "Make a Difference Day."
Similar community events like this one were held throughout our region today.
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[Kids-Food]


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A group of children in Wytheville is helping keep a local food pantry open.
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The kids call themselves "Little People Making Big Differences" and they have collected almost four- thousand food donations within 6-weeks. The items are being packed to go to the (A-ga-PAY) Agape food pantry which was in danger of closing because of low donations. The items will feed people for a month.
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((KATHERINE BARBOW/FOOD DRIVE PARTICIPANT; WE SENT OUT A LOT OF LETTERS AND I GOT A LOT OF THEM FROM MY NEIGHBORS.)) ((GRAHAM DILLION/DRIVE PARTICIPANT; IT MAKES US REAL HAPPY BECAUSE WE HAVE DONE SUCH A GOOD JOB.))
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[SUPER=01-Graham Dillon/Food Drive Participant; :06]
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[OUT Q=DONE SUCH A GOOD JOB.]
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The children's group completes a service project each month to make a difference in their community.
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[Vineyard]


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Without doubt, Virginia's wine industry is growing... and winemakers in our area are receiving some major recognition. Last year, a Roanoke County vineyard took top honors in a state competition, but this year the award went to another local operation. Richard Lesko has more.
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[OUT Q=RL, News 7, Rockbridge Co.]

((Shep and Jane Rouse, the owners of Rockbridge Vineyards near Raphine, are obviously bubbling about their latest honor. One of their wines took the Virginia Governor's Cup this year, an honor for the state's best vintage. The recent explosion of growth in the Virginia wine industry makes this award for their '98 DeChiel Merlot especially sweet.
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((THEY WERE COMPARING THESE WINES NOT TO OTHER VIRGINIA WINES, BUT THE BEST MADE ANYWHERE ON THE PLANET, AND FELT THAT THESE WINES COULD STAND TOE TO TOE WITH ANY OF THOSE.))
[OUTQ= with any of those.]
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The Rouses stored the wine in oak barrels for 14 months, and then aged the bottles for a year and a half. The '98 DeChiel Merlot actually took one of many silver awards last year, but Rouse says an extra year of aging made this wine a BIG winner.
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[INQ=The fruit and the oak worked...]

((THE FRUIT AND THE OAK WORKED TOGETHER SO HARMONIOUSLY WHICH IF IT DIDN'T IT NEVER WOULD HAVE WON THE GOVERNOR'S CUP, BUT IT'S A NICE RICH RED WINE THAT IS AT ITS PRIME RIGHT NOW.))
[OUTQ=at its prime right now.]
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This is the third time Rouse has taken the Governor's Cup. So he has already seen how such an award can reap significant economic benefits.
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[INQ=Really what sells wine...]

((REALLY WHAT SELLS WINE IS THE AURA OF QUALITY. MARKETING TO GET THE CONCEPT OF QUALITY OVER TO THE CONSUMER, SET IT INTO THE CONSUMER'S MIND IS A LONG AND SLOW PROCESS.))
[OUTQ=long and slow process.]
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And now, Rouse hopes down the line, the grapes that came off of these vines this year will make him a winner again in the years to come. Richard Lesko, News 7 Rockbridge County.))[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[writer=rle]
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Still ahead on News 7 at 11, not too good a day for football in Virginia. Roy Stanley will have Virginia Tech and U-V-A highlights in just a moment...
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but before that, there's just a few days left until Halloween... We'll tell you where you can find some spooky stuff coming up.... Stay with us.
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

[Sadat]


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A woman who's experienced terrorism first-hand is being honored for her work in human rights around the world.
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[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Jehan Sadat (juh-HAHN suh-DAT) is the third recipient of the Pearl S. Buck award from Randolph Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg.
The award recognizes women whose lives and achievements reflect Buck's commitment to human dignity and understanding.
Sadat is the widow of former Egyptian president Anwar Sadat who was assassinated in 1981.
She played a key role in reforming her country's civil rights laws which granted new powers to Egyptian women.
The award is named for author Pearl S. Buck, a 1914 graduate of Randolph Macon.
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[Haunted-Cave]


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[WRITER=syo]
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Four years after Dixie Caverns last decked the halls for Halloween, the "Haunted Cave" is back with a new look Gone are the ghosts and goblins. Shannon Young shows us who's taken their place in this week's Time Off.
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[IN Q=Well, this is our alien autopsy room...]
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((Well, this is our alien autopsy room and that's where we're actually going to do an alien autopsy of one of the Roswell aliens discovered in New Mexico.))
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[OUT Q=aliens discovered in New Mexico.]

Welcome to a maximum security government facility where aliens have taken over.
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[IN Q=They discovered that the cave...]

((They discovered that the cave itself is suitable for alien breeding so they just kind of let them go and see what they could do.))
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[OUT Q=see what they could do.]

What they did was make themselves at home in the dark and the damp where they're not only surviving, they're THRIVING.

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[IN Q=This is the beginning of the breeding chamber...]

((This is the beginning of the breeding chamber. These are some of the alien eggs and, of course, mixed into it, you'll have various aliens that will pop out at you.))
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[OUT Q=that will pop out at you.]

Black lights and fog add to the mystique. Hawks says you'll be able to see only about a foot in front of you. But he adds it's what you WON'T see that will scare you silly.
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[IN Q=This year we're going mainly on illusion...]

((This year we're going mainly on illusion and some of the psychology of fear. You're in a cave... most people are uncomfortable there to begin with. Take most of the lights out and you add to that discomfort. At that point, anything jumping out of any hole will get you.))
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[OUT Q=jumping out of any hole will get you.]

Be prepared to climb. The cave is loaded with stairs. And take a buddy... if you think it will help.
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[IN Q= People think there's safety in numbers...]

((People think there's safety in numbers, but not at the Dixie Caverns Haunted Cave.))
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[OUT Q=Dixie Caverns Haunted Cave.]

Shannon Young, News 7, Salem.))
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[S-Tech]


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Tech's dream of an unbeaten season ended yesterday. Mike Stevens tells us how the Syracuse Orangemen put the squeeze on the fourth ranked Hokies.
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[OC...NEWS 7 SPORTS.]

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N.C. State scored 21 points in the third quarter and that was enough for a 24 to nothing win over the Virginia Cavaliers.
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[SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC/WRAL; :]


State tailback Ray Robinson rushed for a season high 105 yards and scored 2 touchdowns the Wolfpack led 10 to nothing.
Then State's defense blocks this Mike Abrams punt and recovers it at the Virginia 1 yard line. .
[SUPER=36-N.C. State/24/Virginia/0/;]


Quarterback David Rivers scores on the sneak and the Wolfpack wins it 24 to nothing.
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[S-Ferrum]


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[WRITER=rst]
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Ferrum beat Greensboro yesterday 35 to nothing to remain on top in the Dixie Conference.
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[SUPER=03-Ferrum/Ferrum vs Greensboro; :]


The Hawk was biting as the Panthers celebrated Senior Day.
On Ferrum's second possession of the game quarterback Phil Hairston hooks up with Andre Walker on a 20 yard strike and the Panthers led 7 to nothing.
Then in the second quarter, Hairston goes deep again this time he hits Gary Buchanan with a defender all over him for the touchdown and the Panthers took a 14 to nothing lead.
[SUPER=36-Ferrum/35/Greensboro/0/;]


Ferrum then brings on the running game Hairston hands off to Freddie Little who takes it 33 yards for the score and the Panthers win it 35 to nothing.
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[S-Generals]


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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-94 1:49:22 ]
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Up in Lexington, Washington & Lee played host to Bridgewater in a key ODAC contest.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington/Eagles vs. Generals; :00]


The Generals came into the game looking to improve on their 3 and 1 conference record and hand the Eagles their first ODAC loss.
Bridgewater went to their work horse early. Running back Davon Cruz would rush for 102 yards in the first half alone, but he was the only Eagles bright spot before intermission.
The Generals defense was awesome, holding Bridgewater scoreless in the first half. [SUPER=36-Bridgewater/34/Washing

ton & Lee/28;]Eagles quarterback Jason Lutz was hounded much of the day.
Trailing 7-nothing in the third quarter, Cruz puts the Eagles in prime scoring position with this long run down inside the Generals five yard line.
A few plays later he goes in from the one and Bridgewater escapes with a 34-28 overtime win against W & L.
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[S-College]


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[WRITER=rst]
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Third ranked Nebraska knocks off second ranked Oklahoma and Penn State head coach Joe Paterno became college football's all-time winningest Division one coach today.
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[SUPER=03-State College, PA/ESPN; :]


Paterno would get his 324-th win in front of the home crowd.
Zack Mills passed for 2 second half touchdowns and ran for another the winner came late in the fourth quarter when Mills hit Eric McCoo on a 14 yard T-D pass for the 29 to 27 win.
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[OUT Q=......5 games."]
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Roanoke Catholic was under the lights last night at Victory Stadium for a game with Hargrave.
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The Celtics getting fired up before the kickoff.
But Hargrave quarterback Zack Lepchitz hands off to Jim Steen and he scores up the middle for the touchdown and a 6 to nothing Tiger lead.
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The Celtics quarterback Jeff Hass throws the ball left but Hargrave's Kent Bishop picks off the pass and he runs it 10 yards for the score and Hargrave goes on to win it 46 to Nothing.
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The Yankees and Diamondbacks opened the World Series last night in Phoenix. And Craig Counsell and Luis Gonzalez each homered to lead Arizona to the 9 to 1 win in game one. That's it for sports, have a great day everybody!