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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Keith]

City School officials speak out in support of the 84- years old school bus driver involved in a fatal wreck.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]

And we'll show you the funny money some local high school students made on the computer... see if you can spot the counterfeits.

[Sports-Head]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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In sports, The Roanoke Dazzle returns to the hardwood tomorrow night at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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[VO-NAT]


And tonight the Roanoke Express faces off against Richmond, its biggest rival in the East Coast Hockey Leagues Northeast Division.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
[SS=None]


Colder weather fans, stand by for change. A front moving in promises lower temperatures for the weekend.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 3-Shot]


News 7 is next.
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((HE'S A GOOD PERSON AND HAD A GOOD DRIVING RECORD.))
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[VO-NAT]


Roanoke City School officials stand behind the school bus driver involved in yesterday's fatal accident.
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[ANCHOR=Keith ]
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Good evening. I'm Keith Humphry.
Shannon is off today.

[Bus-Driver]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=jsu]
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Roanoke Police haven't determined who was at fault in the accident yesterday morning.
School officials say the driver had the necessary training --and a good record. [***NEWS 7 @ 6 MB GRAPHIC***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Joy /MB Set;]


Joy Sutton spoke to school officials today about the situation.
Joy?
Keith,
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school officials say their bus drivers get 10 hours of training every year.
And even though the driver was 84 years old he was in good physical condition.
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[SUPER=01-Annie Harman/Roanoke City Schools;18]
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(( Roanoke City School officials say their hearts go out to the family of 75 year old Lawrence Thomas Saxton. The man who died after he was struck yesterday by a school bus.
The bus driver 84 year old Olin Glidden had been a driver with the city schools for 14 years.
School officials say he had excellent work and attendance records.
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[SOT23:31:44]
[IN Q=It's a good record, he has a good]

(( IT'S A GOOD RECORD, HE HAS A GOOD SAFETY RECORD. NO ACCIDENTS AS FAR AS I KNOW, NO CONVICTIONS OF ANYTHING AS FAR AS I KNOW)) [RUNS08]
[OUT Q=as as I know]


School officials say all bus drivers are required to pass a physical every year which includes an eye exam.
Drivers must also have a commercial drivers license and be recertified every 5 years.
As long as a driver can pass those tests, school officials say they don't have an age limit.
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[SOT23:32:06]
[IN Q=I hope I'm an as good shape as the bus driver]

(( I HOPE I'M IN AS GOOD AS SHAPE AS THE BUS DRIVER IS WHEN I'M 84 YEARS OLD. AND WE DON'T AGE DISCRIMINATE THE CONCERN THAT WE HAVE IS FOR THE FAMILY --OUR SORROW AND LOVE AND SYMPATHY GO OUT TO THEM)) [RUNS15]
[OUT Q=go out to them]


The bus driver did not return to work today --but school officials expect he will continue driving the same route.


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[SOT23:32:42]
[IN Q=He's physically ok]

((HE'S PHYSICALLY OK --HE'S SHAKEN OF COURSE --THE KIDS ARE GREAT --WE'VE HAD COUNSELORS WITH THEM)) [RUNS08]
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School officials say they have no plans to change their requirements for bus drivers at this time.
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Keith,


[Henry-School]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[***ANCHOR TAG***]
Tonight, concerned residents in Henry County will meet at Laurel Park High School.
They plan to discuss the school board's plan to consolidate high schools, close three elementary schools, and re-organize others.
Justin McLeod tells why the plan is drawing fire from some in the black community.
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[SUPER=01-Rev. Tyler Millner/Morning Star Holy Church; :17]
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[SUPER=01-Sharon Dodson/Henry Co. Superintendent; 1:26]
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((((NAT SOUND OF TEACHER IN CLASSROOM))
At issue is what is best for the students in Henry County.
The school district believes the current consolidation plan works because it will impact the least amount of students.
But some blacks wonder if the plan will do more harm than good.
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[IN Q=The plan does]

((REV. TYLER MILLNER: THE PLAN DOES NOT REFLECT A SENSE OF EQUITY AND FAIRNESS.)) [Runs04]
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A citizens group made up of black leaders came up with that conclusion last week.
They argue if the school board adopts the current plan, there will be only one predominately black school left in Henry County.
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[IN Q=It is important]

((REV. TYLER MILLNER: IT IS IMPORTANT AS STUDENTS LOOK AT THE SCHOOL DIVISION THAT THEY CAN LOOK AND FIND A PLACE WHERE THEY CAN IDENTIFY, SEE TEACHERS, SEE PRINCIPALS, SEE A SCHOOL THAT LOOKS LIKE THEMSELVES.)) [Runs14]
[OUT Q=looks like themselves]


And that includes the school board.
Right now, there are no African Americans on the Henry County school board.
One is scheduled to take office in January, long after the school board votes on the consolidation plan.
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[IN Q=The district denies]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE DISTRICT DENIES THIS PLAN IS RACIALLY MOTIVATED. DISTRICT OFFICIALS IN FACT SAY NUMBERS PROVIDED TO US PROVE THEIR POINT. OF ALL THE SCHOOLS THAT ARE SCHEDULED TO CLOSE, ONLY ONE, LAUREL PARK HIGH SCHOOL IS PREDOMINATELY BLACK.)) [Runs11]
[OUT Q=predominately black]


The group wants to see Laurel Park remain open.
They've come up with their own consolidation plan that would keep three high schools instead of two.
District officials welcome their proposals.
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[IN Q=Any help we can]

((SHARON DODSON/HENRY CO. SUPERINTENDENT: ANY HELP WE CAN GET, THIS IS A COMMUNITY ISSUE, ANYTHING CAN BE ON THE TABLE.)) [Runs08]
[OUT Q=on the table]


The community will have its say Tuesday night.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Henry County.))
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Residents have been firing plenty of questions at the school board.
And tomorrow, we'll hear the administrators answers to some of those commonly asked questions.

[Unemployment-Benefits]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=dse]
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Good news for many in Henry County and Martinsville who've recently lost their jobs... The House of Representatives today voted to extend unemployment benefits for 26 more weeks.
That means workers who lose their jobs because of foreign imports or because companies move out of the country would be eligible for 104 weeks of benefits.
The Senate must still approve the plan.

[Wal-Mart]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=jmi]
[TAPE#=01-49 TC1:20:07]
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A Super Wal-Mart coming to Roanoke County is dredging up super complaints from nearby residents.
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[VO-NAT 24.5]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


The 28-acre site at the intersection of 460 and alternate 220 was cleared in four days.
Neighbors say the construction noise lasts from six a-m until ten p-m daily.
That's why Bonsack resident Peggy Karns and others today asked the county to build a sight-sound barrier between the new Wal-Mart and their neighborhood.
She is also concerned that her property will devalue, simply because of the view from her back porch.
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[IN Q=Last night I]

((RON MINTON: LAST NIGHT I LOOKED OUT MY BACK YARD AND ITS BEEN A WHILE SINCE I'VE SEEN THEM, BUT APPARENTLY THEY DON'T HAVE ANY WOODS LEFT, THEY'RE IN MY BACK YARD. SO THEY HAVE NO SHELTER ANYMORE.)) [BUTT BUTT] ((ELMER HODGE: WHAT YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND IS SOME OF THESE THINGS WE CAN ASK FOR AND HOPEFULLY GET, SOME WE CAN DO A LITTLE MORE. WE'RE GOING TO DO EVERYTHING WE CAN TO HELP YOU.))
[SUPER=01-Ron Minton/Bonsack Resident;:00]
[SUPER=01-Elmer Hodge/Roanoke Co. Administrator; :12]
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[OUT Q=help you.]
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[VO-NAT]


The county says it will approach Wal-Mart with citizen concerns but says the chain is not legally obligated to respond.
The county also says neighbors knew the nearby property was zoned commercial when they bought their homes.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
[SS=NONE]


Still ahead on News 7, Wachovia's merger with First Union may cost Southwest Virginia some jobs.
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[VO-NAT]


And she was just ten years old... growing up with her parents in Hawaii... when the world went to war.
We'll hear a Roanoke woman's recollections of December Seventh 1941 a little later on News 7 at Six.
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[BV-Parade]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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It may not feel like Christmas in Buena Vista, but it sure looks like it tonight.
The city's Christmas Parade will step off in just about 50 minutes.
[Double Boxes=Keith and Patrick/Starlink]


And Patrick Evans will be in the lead... as Grand Marshal. Patrick?
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[Wachovia]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Wachovia's merger with First Union could cost Roanoke some jobs.
The bank plans to consolidate commercial sales support that is now performed in Roanoke in Winston-Salem, and move commercial-loan services workers from Roanoke to Charlotte.
No word on how many workers could be affected.
Company officials say many of the changes will not be made until the middle of next year or later.

[Volvo]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=rca]
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There may be more layoffs to announce in connection with Volvo's New River Valley plant.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

Teamsters President Jimmy Sherwood says Volvo is ending its relationship with local hauling company, Hook-up.
[SUPER=03-Dublin/File Tape;]

Hook-up drivers haul new rigs to dealers in the U-S and Canada. Sherwood says Volvo is going out of state for the service to cut costs while local residents lose their jobs.
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((JIMMY SHERWOOD/TEAMSTERS LOCAL 171 PRESIDENT; 70 OR 80 ACTIVE PEOPLE AND YOU'VE GOT THE REST OF THEM THAT ARE ON LAYOFFS CALLING WONDERING IF THEY WILL EVER HAVE JOBS AGAIN WHAT WILL THEY DO WHOSE THE COMPANY COMING IN WHERE CAN WE APPLY, HOOK UP AND VOLVO BOTH SEEM TO BE SILENT ON WHO IT IS.))
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[OUT Q=SILENT ON WHO IT IS.]
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[VO-NAT]

The switch is expected to take effect in January. Sherwood says some hook-up drivers have been delivering for Volvo since the 70's.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A Volvo spokesman say the company's made no final decision about the issue. He does say that Volvo's always looking for ways to control and reduce cost.

[Stocks]


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A mixed day on Wall Street as the market took a break from its two-session rally. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW fell 15 points.
NASDAQ gained seven and a half.
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[Pearl-Survivor]


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She saw the first planes fly overhead, as they began a massive coordinated attack... not three months ago, but 60 years ago tomorrow when Japanese planes bombed Pearl Harbor. Richard Lesko talked with a local woman who was in Hawaii for the attack.
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[IN Q=We were young...]

((ELSIE HORSLEY; WE WERE YOUNG, BUT THAT ONE DAY WE GREW UP. WE FELT LIKE ADULTS.))
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[OUT Q=felt like adults.]

Elsie Horsley was 10 years old and living in Honolulu when Japanese planes bombed Pearl Harbor. Now, 60 years later, she still has vivid memories of a baseball game she was playing with friends on December Seventh 19-41.
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[IN Q=We seen airplanes...]

((WE SEEN AIRPLANES GOING AROUND AND WE LOOK UP AND SAY HEY THERE ARE OUR PLANES. FINALLY OUR PARENTS COME OUT, KEPT CALLING US TO COME IN AND WE WOULDN'T COME IN BECAUSE WE WANTED TO FINISH THE GAME, SO FINALLY WE CAME IN WHEN MY MOM CAME OUT WITH A BELT.))
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[OUT Q=mom came out with a belt.]

Horsley's uncle and aunt were killed in the bombing, and her mother was a civilian who worked at an office at Pearl Harbor, but had the day off from work.
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[IN Q=and then when we got...]

((AND THEN WHEN WE GOT IN THE HOUSE, MY MOM SAID LISTEN TO THE RADIO, SHE SAYS FILL UP THE PANS WITH WATER, FILL THE BATHTUB WITH WATER BECAUSE WE'RE GOING TO HAVE WAR. AND THOSE PLANES WERE JAPANESE PLANES AND THEY ARE BOMBING PEARL HARBOR.))
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[OUT Q=they are bombing pearl harbor.]

Horsley travels from her home in Roanoke to visit relatives in Hawaii at least once a year. This year, her travel plans were delayed two weeks because of the September eleventh attacks. She watched this attack unfold on television, instead of listening to a radio.
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[IN Q=Thought of...]

((THOUGHT OF PEARL HARBOR RIGHT AWAY, ANOTHER PEARL HARBOR.))
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[OUT Q=another pearl harbor.]

Horsley will be spending this Pearl Harbor anniversary far from the islands where she grew up, but her memories will be with her at her home in Roanoke.
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[IN Q=Today I feel...]

((TODAY I FEEL REAL BAD BECAUSE TOMORROW'S THE DAY, AND I'M NOT THERE.))
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[OUT Q=and I'm not there.]

Richard Lesko, News 7 Roanoke.))

[Counterfeiters]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=khu]
[TAPE#=01-48 TC1:41:50]
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A group of teenagers in Botetourt County has been busted for producing counterfeit currency, and fake I-D's... even going so far as to make bogus report cards.
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[VO-NAT]

The money looked real enough at first glance, though slightly darker than the real 20-dollar note you see here above the stack of bogus bills.
[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.]

The boys got caught when one of them presented a phony 20 in the drive- through at McDonald's in Troutville. The clerk recognized the boy. By the end of the day, sheriff's deputies had confiscated three computers and 360-dollars worth of home-made money.
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[SOT 12:40:05]
[IN Q=The young man said]

((MAJ. DELBERT DUDDING/CHIEF DEPUTY SHERIFF; THE YOUNG MAN SAID HE'D MADE BETWEEN $2,000 AND $4,000. HE WASN'T SURE. AND GIVEN IT TO SOME OF HIS FRIENDS.))
[SUPER=01-Maj. Delbert Dudding/Chief Deputy Sheriff]
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[OUT Q=given it to some of his friends.]
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The counterfeit money was accepted widely enough that at least one bill got into circulation and turned up in Ohio. Major Dudding says the group went beyond bank notes.
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[SOT 12:38:55]
[IN Q=When the officer received]

((WHEN THE OFFICER RECEIVED THE COMPUTER, THERE WAS A REPORT CARD IN THE SCANNER. IT WAS ALSO TO BE ALTERED, SO THE FELLOW COULD MAKE BETTER GRADES.))
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[OUT Q=so the fellow could make better grades.]
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[Sports Tease]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=rst]
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And coming up In sports, We'll check in with a look at this weekends Friday Football Extra state championship games.
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[VO-NAT]


And a F-F-E player of the week from a dozen years ago is the new head football coach at Hidden Valley.
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[S-Mags]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The New Hidden Valley High School, which opens next fall, has tabbed one of the top young coaches in the area to begin its football program.
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Steve Magenbauer has been hired to turn the Titans into contenders. Mike Stevens has more on the move.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Steve Magenbauer/New Hidden Valley Football Coach; :17]
[SUPER=01-Dave Blevins/Hidden Valley Principal; :25]
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[OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."]
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(( Magenbauer leaves Glenvar after two successful seasons as a head coach and four more as the Highlanders' offensive coordinator. His new job is certain to be both exciting and challenging. ((STEVEN MAGENBAUER: 143820TC)) ((DAVE BLEVINS: 2847TC))
Magenbauer is no stranger to area football fans. In 1989 as a sophomore at Salem, he beat out three seniors to become the Spartans starting quarterback and a Friday Football Extra player of the week. That pedigree should give him instant credibility with his players. ((STEVEN MAGENBAUER: 143926TC)) Magenbauer says his longtime friend, teammate and coaching comrade Richard Goodpasture will accompany him to Hidden Valley. The Titans will not play a district schedule in their first season, but the school has managed to lock up a number of opponents already for 2002.)) ((DAVE BLEVINS: 2615 TC)) ((MIKE STEVENS:))

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[ANCHOR=Roy]
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[WRITER=mst]
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Speaking of those state championship games - here's a look at the matchups, start times, and locations for Saturday statewide title contests.
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[S-Express]


[ANCHOR=roy]
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[WRITER=sma]
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The Northeast Division's two biggest rivals meet tonight as the Express hosts the Richmond Renegades at the Roanoke Civic Center at seven.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

Richmond is one of two teams the Express has not beaten this season, the other team is Charlotte. Center Mike Peron returns from missing 10 games with whip lash and he reinforces the fact that there is no love lost between the two.
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[IN Q="]
[SUPER=01-Mike Peron/Express Center; :00]

((MIKE PERON/EXPRESS CENTER:EVERYTIME WE GO THERE OR THEY COME HERE IT'S A BATTLE. IT DOESN'T REALLY MATTER IF YOU LOOK UP AND DOWN THE ROSTER AND THE TALENT THAT YOU HAVE IT'S REALLY MORE A GRITTY, DUMP IT IN THE CORNER WHO WANTS TO WORK HARDER KIND OF GAME.))
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[OUT Q=.....who wants to work harder game"]
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[S-Dazzle]


[ANCHOR=Roy]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-103 1:37:20]
[GRAPHIC=Dazzle]

The Roanoke Dazzle returns to the Roanoke Civic Center tomorrow to take on Asheville.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

The Dazzle is 4 and 4 and was 2 and 3 on it's recent road trip. The always positive coach Kent Davison can build on that.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="hey]
[SUPER=01-Kent Davison/Dazzle Head Coach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Marshall Phillips/Dazzle Forward; :21]

((KENT DAVISON/DAZZLE HEAD COACH:HEY WE HAD A CHANCE TO WIN TWO OTHER ONES AND THE OTHER THING AS A COACH YOU WANT IS TO HAVE A CHANCE AT THE END OF THE GAME ON THE ROAD TO WIN AND WE HAD THAT CHANCE , WE DIDN'T HANDLE IT VERY WELL ON TWO OCCASIONS, REALLY WE FELT LIKE WE GAVE TWO GAMES AWAY, BUT THOSE ARE TWO THINGS THAT TODAY, WE WORK ON.)) ((MARSHALL PHILLIPS/DAZZLE FORWARD:RIGHT NOW WE ARE IN A TRANSITIONS STATE OF WHETHER WE CAN SAY WE ALL HATE EACH OTHER OR WE ALL LOVE EACH OTHER AND WE ARE GONNA FIND A WAY TO LOVE EACH OTHER THAT'S WHAT WE'RE DOING ON THE ROAD TRIP. THAT WAS REAL HELPFUL, JUST TO SEE US COME TOGETHER AND STICK TOGETHER, REGARDLESS OF ANY DOUBTS ANYTHING THAT HAPPENS BAD WE STICK TOGETHER CAUSE THAT'S ALL WE HAVE IS EACH OTHER.))
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[OUT Q=......all we have is each other"]

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