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Coming up on News 7-
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A 51- car pile-up on a busy Pennsylvania Interstate leaves several people dead... After more than a decade-- a popular New Years Eve event takes the night off.. The public is given a closer look at Ground Zero..
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Plus, Mike Stevens with a look at Gator Bowl preps from Florida. News 7 is next.



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The war on terrorism takes a back-seat today-- to tensions between Pakistan and India.
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Good Evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.[Update-Afghanistan]


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The Bush administration is working hard to head off a potential showdown between India and Pakistan. While vacationing in Crawford, Texas today-- President Bush called on leaders of both nations not to wage a war that's been brewing for years. Jennifer Miller has more from Washington.
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[SUPER=01-Jennifer Miller/CBS News; ]
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((

THE BATTLE FOR LAND ... IT'S THE AGE OLD FIGHT IN INDIA AND PAKISTAN ... AND WHY THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION TRIED TO DELICATELY BUILD A COALITION. THE U-S NEEDS BOTH COUNTRIES ... COUNTRIES NOW MOVING TOWARD THEIR LARGEST MILITARY BUILDUP IN 15 YEARS.
Super: Abdul Sattar, Pakistan Foreign Minister
(sot) "Pakistan remains ready for dialogue at any level, anytime, anywhere"


BUT TODAY INDIA REJECTED A PAKISTANI OFFER TO MEET ... DEMANDING THAT THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEADLY DECEMBER 13TH ATTACK ON INDIA'S PARLIAMENT BE ARRESTED.
INDIA WANTS U.S. SUPPORT:

SOT: Abdul Sattar/Indian Spokesperson, "Pakistan doesnt want any war general nuclear conventional"


INSTEAD OF TALKING, THEY'RE CLOSING THEIR BORDERS. INDIA IS SO WORRIED ABOUT AIR STRIKES .... IT'S GOING TO CAMOUFLAGE THE TAJ MAHAL .... BUT FOR THESE NUCLEAR POWERS, EXCHANGING GUN FIRE SEEMS THE LESSER OF TWO EVILS. DESPITE THE INSTABILITY .... PRESIDENT BUSH (IN HIS WEEKLY RADIO ADDRESS) REITERATED HIS COMMITTEMENT TO FIGHTING TERRORISM.

(President Bush/Weekly Radio Address)

"The world should know that this administration will not blink in the face of danger and will not tire when it comes to completing the missions that we said we would do."
STANDUP CLOSE: THE FIRST OF WHICH ... TO FIND OSAMA BIN LADEN ... WHO SOME SAY IS HIDING IN PAKISTAN ... A COUNTRY THAT MAY NOW HAVE BIGGER PROBLEMS THAN HUNTING DOWN AMERICA'S NUMBER ONE ENEMY.
JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON. ))



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A blinding snow storm led to a 51- vehicle pile-up yesterday in Pennsylvania.
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State police say a crash on Interstate 80 near the Loganton exit involved 45 passenger vehicles and six tractor-trailers. In all six people were killed, and at least 45 were injured. Witnesses say one tanker caught fire and flames spread to other vehicles. Authorities closed I-80, one of the busiest east-west highways in the country, but plan to reopen eastbound lanes by morning.
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The snow finally stopped falling in Buffalo, New York today...
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The city is buried under SEVEN feet of snow and one lawmaker estimates clean-up costs at five MILLION dollars.
The National Guard was called in yesterday and is helping with clean-up efforts...
...But everyday objects such as parking meters and trash cans are invisible under the white winter blanket.
So far two deaths have been attributed to the storm.
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It's been nearly two weeks since the Henry County school board voted to move foward on a controversial reconfiguration plan.
Now, a local resident is trying to oust the Superintendent of Schools
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[VO-NAT]


Reverend Tyler Millner has sent a letter to the State Department of Education asking the department to remove Superintendent Sharon Dodson.
He alleges Dodson has deceived the public as well as been unresponsive to voters and parents.
The state code states that the recommendation to remove a division superintendent can be made for "sufficient cause" but it does not define the term.
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((REV. TYLER MILLNER/CONSOLIDATION OPPONENT: IF THEY LOOK AT ALL THE FACTS AND LOOK AT THE WAY IN WHICH THIS COMMUNITY HAS BEEN PUT IN CRISIS IT OUGHT TO CONCERN THEM WHETHER OR NOT WE ARE GETTING THE BEST LEADERSHIP AND THE BEST PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT. I THINK THATS THE QUESTION.))
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The Department of Education is preparing a response to Reverand Millner's letter.
A spokesperson for the Department says he cannot remember the department ever exercising its authority to remove a superintendent.
Doctor Sharon Dodson could not be reached for comment.
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[Warner-Announcements]


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Governor-elect Mark Warner's administration will include former U-S Attorney Bob Crouch.
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Warner has chosen Crouch as deputy secretary of Public Safety. Crouch was appointed U-S Attorney for Virginia's western district in 1993-- by President Clinton. Some of Crouch's areas of expertise-- include the prosecution of cyber crime, child pornography, Oxycontin abuse and money laundering.
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Warner also named Robert Burnley to serve as director of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. Rita Henderson has also been tapped as director of constituent services.

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The new year brings a major change for phone customers in Central and Southside Virginia as the 8-0-4 area code becomes a thing of the past.
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Customers have been using the new 4-3-4 area code since June but starting January first it becomes mandatory.
The change affects customers in Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville, and surrounding areas.
The increased number of people using fax machines, cell phone, and pagers forced the State Corporation Commission to split the 804 region into two.
The Richmond area will be the only area to keep the 8-0-4 area code.
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[First-Night]


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New Years Eve is just around the corner.
And one popular celebration in Roanoke is taking the year off.
Justin McLeod tells us whether First Night Roanoke will make a comeback in 2002 after skipping 2001.
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((((NAT SOUND OF DOWNTOWN))
On a Saturday afternoon, downtown Roanoke is bustling with activity.
Come New Years Eve, downtown will be quiet.
That's because there's no First Night celebration this year.
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((TAMMY BAUGHMAN/ROANOKE RESIDENT: IT'S A LITTLE DISAPPOINTING. DOWNTOWN ROANOKE IS A FUN PLACE TO BE FOR THE NEW YEAR.)) ((ARCHIE HODGES/ROANOKE RESIDENT: PERSONALLY, I THINK ROANOKE IS A VERY SMALL TOWN AND EVENTS LIKE THAT THE PEOPLE IN THE VALLEY ARE GOING TO MISS IT ESPECIALLY THE CHILDREN.))
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((NAT SOUND OF FIRST NIGHT FROM FILE TAPE))
First Night is a family affair.
Its an alcohol free event that features a wide variety of entertainment and other cultural activities.
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((RAY BAUGHMAN/ROANOKE RESIDENT: I THINK ITS GOOD THAT FAMILIES THAT WANT TO BE SOBER AT THE STROKE OF MIDNIGHT AND TO APPRECIATE EACH OTHER AND THEIR COMMUNITY ETC., HAVE A PLACE TO DO THAT.))
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But for this time in eleven years, that place won't be Roanoke.
A change of leadership over the summer forced Festival in the Park to cancel this year's event.
Other factors also played a part in that decision.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: FOR ONE, ITS DIFFICULT TO FIND THE 200 OR SO VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR FIRST NIGHT. SECONDLY, ITS A MONEY ISSUE. IT COSTS MORE THAN TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO PUT ON FIRST NIGHT AND THE LAST FEW YEARS THE FESTIVAL HAS BEEN IN THE RED.))
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((NAT SOUND OF FIRST NIGHT))
The event typically draws up to 10-thousand people each year.
And although many would like to see First Night return to Roanoke, organizers won't say say yet whether the event will be back next year.
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[IN Q=As far as News Years Eve]

((STU ISRAEL/FESTIVAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: AS FAR AS NEWS YEARS EVE AND FIRST NIGHT I REALLY CAN'T REALLY ANSWER THAT QUESTION AT THIS TIME.))
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Organizers hope to make a decision by next spring.
Until then, people looking to do something on New Years Eve will have to paint the town (SHOT OF FACE PAINTING; TAPE 00-39, 2:07:03) another way.

Justin McLeod, News 7, Roanoke.))[B'burg-First]


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Roanoke's loss could be Blacksburg's gain.
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Organizers expect nearly 25-hundred people to turn out for First Night Blacksburg.
The event will have 10 venues with activities for all ages.
Admission is a button you must purchase and wear for the night.
Kids under 12 get in free.
This is the second year Blacksburg has held a First Night celebration.
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Up ahead on News 7 at 11, we'll have the local stories that shaped the year in the world of business...
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and also, you may think a furry friend makes a good gift, but there's plenty to think about before you pick a new member of the family...
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[Yearend-Bizreview]


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2001 proved to be an eventful one in the business-world... Here now is a look at the top 10- business stories of the year in Southwest Virginia. The order was voted upon by members of the local business community as well as the News 7 newsroom. With more now-- is Business Reporter Jennifer Miele.
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(([JEN ON CAMERA]
We begin our review of Southwest Virginia Business stories with a controversy that lasted three of four seasons.
Number 10 is NUI Corporation's proposed gas pipeline...
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the parent company of Virginia Gas, NUI wanted to build a new pipeline to bring what they say is much needed natural gas to our area.
But residents wanted the new line built along side an existing one so that less land would be destroyed.
After months duking it out, NUI finally called-off the pipeline project claiming it would be too expensive.
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Number 9... Cinergy Corporation's plans to build a 150 million dollar power plant in Martinsville.
Last December, City officials dubbed it the biggest economic development announcement in the city's history.
But the Wall Street Journal revealed that Cinergy Corporation is headed for a takeover.
The company wouldn't say what a possible merger would mean for the Martinsville plant, and said only that it refused to comment on "market rumors."
[INSERT GREEN FLASH HERE] [JEN ON CAMERA] Securing the number eight spot in this year's business stories... business spinoffs of the Carilion Biomedical Institute... the first of which is in Charlottesville.
Biophile is marketing a system for storing and managing laboratory samples, and a walker with a sensor that will prevent patients from running into walls.
In three years, the Biomedical Institute has funded roughly 65 research projects.
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Number 7... Roanoke's very own Advance Auto goes public. Advance executives say they need more employees in the Roanoke Valley to support over 24-hundred stores in 38 states.
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((BARRY D: THIS IS A PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP THAT'S RESULTED IN NEW JOBS AND NEW INVESTMENT FOR THE ROANOKE VALLEY, SO THIS IS GREAT NEWS.))
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Number 6... good bye e-Toys, hello KB-Toys.
KB bought-out e-Toys, took over its Internet Toy Distribution center in Blairs, and hired hundreds of employees.
The latest addition.. a customer service call center.
A therapeutic announcement for Southside's poor economic health.
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Less than one week after September 11th, the markets re-opened, and the Dow Jones Industrial average fell 700 points, and that's story number 5.
Despite the day's economic setbacks, local investors apparently felt very patriotic. AG Edward's broker George Brammer said none of his clients sold stock.
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Coming in at number four is US Airways pulling its jet service out of Roanoke in September.
US Airways Express did expand its smaller regional jet service, but many in the business community say the prestige of large jet service is more important.
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Taking the number three spot is the Wachovia-First Union Merger.
In September and by a significant margin, Wachovia shareholders approved the merger of equals.
First Union will give up its name and its money green color as the change-over continues.
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((KEN THOMPSON/FIRST UNION: I HAD A TEAR IN MY EYE WHEN I AGREED WITH BUD ON THAT BUT THAT WAS A LONG TIME AGO, AND I'VE GOTTEN USED TO THE WACHOVIA NAME NOW. I'M PROUD OF IT AND I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO BEING THE NEXT WACHOVIA.))
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Number two is the high-profile demise of Optical Cable CEO Bob Kopstein.
Kopstein lost millions of dollars worth of shares in his company after they were sold to payoff debts.
On December 4th, he was fired from his own company by the board of directors, but offered a consulting position with the firm.
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And the number one business story of the year... Layoffs in Henry County.
V-F Imagwear's announcement that it would layoff thousands of employees started a chain reaction of budget cuts for the county.
[TAPE#=01-59 TC01:21]


The plan now, to convert two high schools to middle schools, and close various other schools as a result of the loss of tax revenue.
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That does it for the year in Business.
Many thanks to dozens of others in the business community who have made our coverage possible.
Jennifer Miele, News 7.))
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Up ahead on News 7 at 11, Mike Stevens checks in from Jacksonville with an update on Virginia Tech's Gator Bowl preps...
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but before that, New York's outgoing Mayor dedicates a platform where the public can get a glimpse of the cleanup of the world trade center.
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[Web Address Announce] [Pinnacle 4885ess]

[Giuliani]


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A platform for the public to view the site of World Trade Center disaster opened today.
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New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani signed a railing on the platform saying the sacrifice of those killed will never be forgotten. Thousands of people are expected to visit the viewing site. This is the first platform to open down at ground zero. Three more platforms will be built over the next couple of months.
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[Pet-Gifts]


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You may think its a purr-fect gift, but in reality you may be barking up the wrong tree.
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You maybe one of many who likes to give pets as Christmas gifts.
But animal shelters across the country say cats and dogs bought on impulse during the holidays are often returned.
That's because many don't realize the responsibility and cost that comes with having a pet.
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[SOT 14:33:04]
[IN Q=So about three years ago]

((BONNIE MORRIS/ROANOKE VALLEY SPCA: SO ABOUT THREE YEARS AGO WE STARTED GIVING OUT GIFT CERTIFICATES WHICH MEANS YOU COME DOWN, YOU PAY YOUR FIFTY DOLLAR ADOPTION FEE, YOU GET A GIFT CERTIFICATE, YOU CAN GIVE IT TO WHOEVER YOU'D LIKE, AND YOU HAVE THREE MONTH PERIOD WITH WHICH PEOPLE CAN COME AND REDEEM IT.))
[SUPER=01-Bonnie Morris/Roanoke Valley SPCA; ]
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You need to also consider having a pet can be a 15 year commitment and cost you several hundred dollars a year.
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It was a day full of non stop activities for Virginia Tech and Florida State as the count down to the Gator Bowl continues.
Mike Stevens has more from Jacksonville.
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Georgia Tech's new head football coach is Miami Dolphin offensive Coordinator Chan Gailey.
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Gailey, who led the Dallas Cowboys to the playoffs 2 straight years, succeeds George O'Leary and he was introduced to the media by Georgia Tech Athletic Director Dave Braine.
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Gailey received a five year contract worth 900-thousand dollars but with bonuses that could raise his salary to more than 1-point-2 million dollars annually.
Gailey will remain with the Dolphins for the rest of the season.


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The Bowl games continued today as Toledo and Cincinnati hooked up in the Motor City Bowl.
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[SUPER=03-Detroit, MI/ESPN; :]


The Rockets trailed 13 to 6 with just over a minute left in the third quarter then Toledo quarterback Tavares Bolden fakes the handoff and then runs to the opening 28 yards for the score and the game was tied at 13 to 13.
[SUPER=36-Toledo/23/Cincinnati/16/;]


Toledo Running back Chester Taylor set a bowl rushing record this 24 yard run up the middle into the end zone and the Rockets hold on for the 23 to 16 win over Cincinnati.
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Iowa over Texas Tech 19 to 16 in the Alamo Bowl and Syracuse downed Kansas State 26 to 3 in the Insight-dot-com bowl.


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Rick Pitino's return to Rupp Arena as head coach of the Louisville Cardinals wasn't what the former Wildcat coach had in mind.
8-th ranked Kentucky routs the Cardinals 82 to 62.
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[SUPER=03-Lexington, KY/CBS SPORTS; :]


It was Tubby Smith's first win over Pitino.
The Cardinals fell behind by 6 but Bryant Northern's three pointer cut the lead to 16 to 14.
Kentucky comes back going to Keith Bogans who hits a three and the Wildcats led 32 to 24.
[SUPER=33-Kentucky#8/82/Louisville/62/;]


Then in the second half Bogans passes to Tayshaun Prince for 2 of his 18 points and the Wildcats win it 82 to 62.


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[SUPER=03-Durham, NC/ABC SPORTS; :]


Top ranked Duke looked a little rusty after 11 days off.
But the Blue Devils got a career high 25 points from Mike Dunleavy in a 92 to 79 win over San Diego State.
And here are some of tonight's high school scores.
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In other college games, V-M-I and J-M-U hooked up in the final of the Spider Invitational and J-M-U wins the game 94 to 84.
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And the Lady Hokies of Virginia Tech won the Lady Luck Classic beating Hampton 83 to 43. Sarah Hicks was the tournament M-V-P.




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A big game at Liberty last night as the Minutemen took on Blacksburg in the Bedford Federal hoops tournament.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford Co./Liberty vs Blacksburg; :]


Liberty's Kyle Young throws the pass to Robert Jones and he slams it home for the easy hoop.
Blacksburg comes right back as Jaron Giddings gets the steal takes it coast to coast scoring the hoop and drawing the foul.
The Minutemen answer as Adrian Thompson fires it just inside the three point line for the duece.
[SUPER=34-Blacksburg/63/Liberty/50/;]


Blacksburg works the ball around the horn Sam Wheeler throws it up and Giddings tips it in for the score and Blacksburg wins it 63 to 50.
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[S-Dazzle]


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The Roanoke Dazzle picked up a win tonight beating Columbus 94 to 73.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Dazzle vs RiverDragons; :]


Jeff Malone talks to his RiverDragons before the tip off.
Columbus gets on the board first Ray Tutt passes to Tremaine Fowlkes who hits the three pointer.
Roanoke answers as Jeff Bayse hits Artie Griffin who pulls up and hits the three pointer to tie the game.
The Dazzle then gets it to Marshall Phillips but its Lorenzo Coleman who throws down the slam.
[SUPER=34-Roanoke/94/Columbus/73/;]


Phillips then takes it to the hoop for the score and the Dazzle wins it 94 to 73. (------------)