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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Coming up next on NEWS 7 at six...
Republicans meet to select a candidate to become the state's most powerful lawmaker.
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[VO-NAT]

Plus, an unusual alliance for one Franklin County family that is likely to spark debate.
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In sports, Tigers Woods quest for the third leg of golf's grand slam turns into a nightmare, a look at fencing and gymnastics in our Commonwealth games coverage, major league baseball
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[VO-NAT]


and the New England 200 truck race from New Hampshire goes into overtime.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Brent]
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Some parts of the viewing area seeing heavy downpours, even some hail. Others just hazy sunshine. I'll let you know what the remainder of your evening holds as well as your Sunday forecast coming up. [Video-Open]
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((BEN HOLLAND: I'M NOT ASHAMED OF IT. I WOULDN'T DO IT IF I WAS ASHAMED OF IT.))
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A Franklin County family defends its decision to join an organization some believe is racist.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

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It is a first for a local chapter of the Sons of Confederacy. Three African Americans have joined the Fincastle Rifles to honor a slave ancestor.
As Justin McLeod discovered--- what is a sense of pride for some is a sign of prejudice for others.
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[SUPER=01-Ben Holland/Sons of Confederacy Member; :11]
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[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Franklin Co.]

((((NAT SOUND OF WOMAN FLIPPING THROUGH PAGES))
It was here in Franklin County where a little research led to a pretty big discovery.
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[IN Q=It was kind of a shock]

((BEN HOLLAND: IT WAS KIND OF A SHOCK, I SAID WHOA CAN THIS BE TRUE.))
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The truth was this....the Holland family discovered their great great grandfather fought for the Confederate army.
His name was Creed Holland and he was a slave for the family who owned this plantation in Glade Hill.
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[IN Q=What it ends up]

((JOHN WAYNE HOLLAND: WHAT IT ENDS UP BEING IS A HONOR AND ALSO YOU HAVE A CHANCE TO GO BACK IN HISTORY AND HAVE A PRETTY MEMORABLE MOMENT.))
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[OUT Q=memorable moment]


That history has led them to the present.
Recently, three of the Holland brothers joined the Fincastle Rifles Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Their sister Wanda has also applied for membership in the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
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[IN Q=The group is like family]

((WANDA HOLLAND CHEWNING: THE GROUP IS LIKE FAMILY, THAT'S HOW I CAN PUT IT.))
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It is a family that until recently had no local African American members.
However, it is a much different story in outer southern state chapters.
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((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THERE ARE NO TRUE ESTIMATES ON HOW MANY AFRICAN AMERICANS ARE IN THE SONS OF CONFEDERACY. ORGANIZATION OFFICIALS SAY THEY DON'T ASK THE RACE QUESTION IN THE APPLICATION PROCESS. THEY SAY THE ONLY REQUIREMENT FOR MEMBERSHIP IS PROVE THAT A DIRECT ANCESTOR FOUGHT IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY.))
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((NAT SOUND OF BAGPIPES PLAYING, BETA TAPE 96-1))
The Sons of Confederacy works to preserve and protect the southern history and heritage.
But many blacks find the organization to be offensive since most of their ancestors were forced into battle.
The Holland brothers don't see it that way.
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[IN Q=I want to use this]

((WILL HOLLAND: I WANT TO USE THIS AS A STEPPING STONE FOR OTHERS OUT THERE TO LOOK WE CAN'T JUST COVER UP ALL THE FACTS AND STATEMENTS OUT THERE, MAYBE WE CAN DO ABOUT SOMETHING TO CHANGE OUR FUTURE AND BY JOINING THE SCV THEN HOPEFULLY THAT CAN BRING ABOUT THE POSITIVE STEP FORWARD.))
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It a step the Holland family believe will help preserve and shape the past, present, and the future.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Franklin County.))

[Speaker]


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As expected, Republicans today nominated Delegate Bill Howell of Stafford County as the next House speaker.
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The vote was unanimous. The nomination by the 65-member House G-O-P Caucus assures Howell's election when the General Assembly convenes in January.
Howell says his low key style is different from Wilkins' approach, but believes it is the type of leadership his party needs following the controversies of the past year.
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[Cascades-Fall]


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There is no word on the condition of a woman who fell nearly 70 feet from the top of a waterfall at the Cascades Recreation Area.
It happened yesterday afternoon around four thirty.
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Rescue crews and National Forest personnel had to use four-wheelers to carry the injured woman two and a half miles to a waiting ambulance.
She was later flown to Roanoke Memorial Hospital with serious head injuries.
Her name and condition have not been released.
Yesterday's stormy weather made a difficult situation even tougher.
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[IN Q=it's very slick ]

((STEVE DAVIS/GILES CO. RESCUE SQUAD; IT'S VERY SLICK UP THERE TODAY. IT'S RAINED HERE A COUPLE OF TIMES. WE HAD QUITE A BIT OF FOG IN THE AREA WHICH MADE LANDING LIFEGUARD ANY CLOSER THAN THREE MILES FROM US RIGHT NOW IMPOSSIBLE.))
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[OUT Q=right now impossible]
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The Cascades area is the most popular site in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest.
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[Arsenal]


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A public hearing to discuss future plans for the New River is still on.
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The meeting was scheduled in response to the Radford Arsenal's plans to close a section of the river near the facility for security reasons.
But on Thursday the arsenal dropped that plan and outlined a new one.
That proposal allows boaters to access the river near the arsenal but they must first go through a checkpoint and even then won't be able to stop to fish.
The public can voice its opinion on the new plan at a public hearing this Wednesday beginning at 6 o'clock at the old Blacksburg Middle School.
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[Telegate-Property]


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A potential new employer in Clifton Forge could be bringing jobs with it.
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Economic Development officials say an unidentified company is interested in taking over the old Telegate U-S-A directory assistance facility.
The company would conduct outbound and some in-bound call operations and could eventually employ more than 125 people.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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But before the company commits to Clifton Forge, it wants to find out how many people might be interested in working there.
Over the next three weeks, it will place classified ads in area newspapers and hold a job fair August 6th through 8th at the Jackson River Technical Center.
The company's also considering sites in Hampton Roads and in other states.

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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[SS=NONE]

Still to come on News 7 at 6, today was Hog Day in Roanoke, in celebration of the hundredth anniversary of Harley Davidson...
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[VO-NAT]

and Roanoke's mayor takes a ride on the back of an American icon. We'll have that and more coming up, but first, let's check in with Brent in the WeatherCenter.
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[Smith-Motorcycle]


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Roanoke's Mayor got the ride of his life this morning.
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Mayor Ralph Smith arrived on the back of a Harley Davidson motorcyle at the Roanoke Valley Harley-Davidson Buell dealership on Peters Creek Road.
He was there for a ribbong cutting ceremony to celebrate the dealership's recent expansion.
The festivities included a proclamation from the mayor declaring this Harley Davidson HOG Day in Roanoke.
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[IN Q=Here it is in the beginning]

((RALPH SMITH/ROANOKE'S MAYOR: HERE IT IS IN THE BEGINNING OF ITS 100TH ANNIVERSAY, NOT TOO MANY MOTOR VEHICLE MANUFACTURES CAN TALK ABOUT 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF EXISTENCE. HARLEY DAVIDSION IS DOING JUST THAT, AMERICAN MADE ALL THE WAY.))

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To celebrate that anniversay, the dealership has on display several original Harley Davidson motorcyles.
Roanoke's Harley Davidson dealership has been around for more than eighty years.
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[Baseball-Couple]


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There are fanatic fans in our area, but few rise up to a local couple's love of the game.
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Some say this Roanoke couple is the reason behind the success of the Salem Avalanche.
Paul and Libby (SPRING-er) Sprenger have attended just about every home game at Memorial Stadium for the last five years.
They always sit in the same seats and are on a first name basis with a lot of the players and management.
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((STAN MACKO/AVALANCHE GENERAL MANAGER: SHE'S VERY NICE TO US ALWAYS COMPLIMENTARY TO US, HE GIVE US A HARD TIME AND WHEN HE GIVES US A HARD TIME SHE YELLS AT HIM SO IT IS ALL FUN.)) ((LIBBY SPRENGER/AVALANCHE FAN: REPORTER: STAN SAYS YOU'RE PROBABLY THE AVALANCHE'S BIGGEST FAN, DO YOU BELIEVE THAT?
YEAH, I REALLY DO. IN FACT, I KNOW SO.))
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They may be big fans but you won't see the Sprenger's that much this summer at the home games.
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[take profile promo fs]
We'll tell you why in this week's Virginia Profile, airing tomorrow on News 7 Sunday morning.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[SS=NONE]

Still to come on News 7 at 6, Tiger Woods' bid for a grand slam takes an apparent wrong turn at (MYUR-field) Muirfield. Steve Mason will have highlights in sports..
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but before that, we'll check in with a program that's taking kids to a distant land, without ever leaving Roanoke. We'll have that and more coming up...
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[Art-Camp]


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While many students are spending summer vacation at the pool, others are traveling the world without ever leaving Roanoke. In this week's Time Off Shannon Young drops by the Art Museum for a camping trip to Egypt.
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[SUPER=01-Grant Baumgardner/Camper; :19 (quick) ]
[SUPER=01-Nicole Gearren/Family Programs Coordinator; :30]
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((Welcome to a "global celebration" at The Art Museum of Western Virginia. This week, the continent of choice is Africa.
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[IN Q=There were a lot of gods...]

((SHANE KOLOSINE/CAMPER: THERE WERE A LOT OF GODS AND THEY THOUGHT DOGS, CATS AND [BOWLS] WERE SACRED.))
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((GRANT BAUMGARDNER/CAMPER: SOME TRIBES IN AFRICA PAINT THEIR CLOTHES IN MUD.))
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Each week through August ninth, 8 to 10 year olds are invited to immerse themselves in diversity.
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[IN Q=All of our projects pertain...]

((NICOLE GEARREN/FAMILY PROGRAMS COORDINATOR: ALL OF OUR PROJECTS PERTAIN TO THE CONTINENTS, DIFFERENT COUNTRIES, DIFFERENT REGIONS, DIFFERENT CULTURES, DIFFERENT CUSTOMS WITHIN THAT CONTINENT.))
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[OUT Q=within that continent.]

With her degree in art history, Nicole Gearren works with teachers to design programs that will not only entertain, but also incorporate the SOL's.
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[IN Q=We read to them, myths...]

((NICOLE GEARREN: WE READ TO THEM, MYTHS, STORIES. WE ALSO, FOR SNACK, WE TRY TO GIVE THEM FOODS FROM THE PARTICULAR TOPIC OF THE WEEK.))
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[OUT Q=the particular topic of the week.]

Along the way campers pick up souvenirs....
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[IN Q=I 'm making a headress...]

((AIMEE SCALF/CAMPER: I'M MAKING A HEADDRESS FROM EGYPT.))
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[IN Q-In Africa they have animals...] ((RAYMOND KING/CAMPER: IN AFRICA THEY HAVE ANIMALS LIKE GIRAFFES SO WE DECIDED TO DO THE GIRAFFE'S HEAD.))
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[OUT Q=to do the giraffe's head.]

... and, ideally, an appreciation for the variety earth has to offer.
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[IN Q=I hope that it exposes them to different views...]

((NICOLE: I HOPE THAT IT EXPOSES THEM TO DIFFERENT VIEWS, OPINIONS, CUSTOMS. HOPEFULLY, THE MORE KNOWLEDGE THEY HAVE THE MORE OPEN-MINDED THEY WILL BECOME.))
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[OUT Q=the more open-minded they will become.]

If one camper has anything to say about, he'll stay in his enlightened state.
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((SHANE: I'M THINKING ABOUT MAYBE BEING AN EGYPTOLOGIST WHEN I GROW UP.))
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[OUT Q=when I grow up.]

Shannon Young, News 7, Roanoke.))
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For more information about the Art Museum's summer camp program, check out our website at wdbj7 dot com and click on News 7 Saturday and Sunday Morning.
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Ernie Els is hot, Tiger is not, his worst round as a pro, more commonwealth games action for you
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and the Appalachian League Martinsville Astros talk about what a possible Major League strike will do to them,

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Tiger Woods chances of winning golf's third leg of the grand slam slipped through his fingers today at the Bristish Open.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Gullane, Scottland/ABC; :00]


Woods fired his worst round ever as a pro, a 10 over par 81. Woods shot a 42 on the front nine. He had two double bogeys and just one birdie on 17. When Tiger finished, there were 65 golfers between him and the lead.
Ernie Els has a two-shot lead after three rounds of the British Open. Els fired a 1-over-72 today and is 5-under-par.

Soren Hansen is next at 3-under after a 73.
Tied at 2-under: Des Smith, Justin Leonard, Justin Rose, Scott McCarron, Sergio Garcia, Shigeki Maruyama and Thomas Bjorn.
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The Yankees and the Red Sox battled to a classic finish today. In 11 innings New York won 9-8. Two national League ball games to talk about also.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Chicago, IL/WGN]

The Astros took on the Cubs today. Julio Lugo is gonna homer to lead Houston to the 3-to-2 victory over Chicago. Kirk Saarloos got his first major league victory and is 1-and-2.
Saarloos was recalled from Triple-A New Orleans on Friday. He gave up one run and [SUPER=35-Houston/3/Chicago/2;]four

hits in five innings. Former Ferrum star Billy Wagner struck out two in a perfect ninth for his 18th save on the season.
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also in the National league, the Braves battled the Phillies. Atlanta would score three in the top of the third. Gary Sheffield gets things started with a double to left field that plates Rafael Furcal.
[SUPER=35-Atlanta/4/Philadelphia/3;] Andru Jones connects on the one bagger to left, that scores Julio Franco and Sh

effield and after three, the Braves were up 4-zip.
Philadelphia gets one back in the bottom of the fifth when Mike Lieberthal homers to left, but Atlanta holds on for the 4-3 win.
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While major league baseball players are threatening baseball's ninth work stoppage since 1972, most fans are concerned with how it will effect their favorite major league team. Local minor league organizations may also take a hit by another MLB stand-still.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville; :00]


The central issues between owners and players are increased revenue sharing and a luxury tax that would slow the increase in salaries. If the players' union does decide to officially strike, minor league teams may feel an economic strain, with a considerable revenue loss.
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[SUPER=01-Jim Czajkowski/Danville Braves Pitching Coach; :00]
[SUPER=01-Roy Clark/Atlanta Braves Director of Scouting; :20]
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[OUT Q= "...hope it continues."]
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Martinsville Astros pitching coach Jack Billingham spent 13 years in the big leagues. He says there's a wide gap between the haves and the have-nots in baseball.
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[OUT Q= "...want to play."]
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The Martinsville Astros are in the midst of a six game road swing. After three games in Johnson City, the Stros head to Kingsport for three more. The Appy League season is approaching the halfway point with virtually every team still in the playoff hunt.
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[OUT Q=well balanced this year."]
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In this weekend's Commonwealth Games there are close to twenty competitors in multiple fencing divisions at Hollins University. Intern reporter Megan Donald has more.
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[SUPER=01-Diane Ferguson/Commonwealth Games Fencer; :12]
[SUPER=01-Edward Sady/Commonwealth Games Fencer; :55]
[SUPER=01-Megan Donald/Reporting; 1:17]
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((Most sports involve balls, pucks, and nets, but this sport is all about swords. Fencing is a very mental sport that involves extreme focus and concentration. ((Diane Ferguson)) Fencing is not only difficult mentally, but is alot more demanding physically than most would think. Workouts for these atheletes include biking, dancing, aerobics, and yoga. For one man training for fencing was his way to rehab from very serious surgery. ((Edward Sady)) ((Megan))))


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[TAPE#=SP-128 14:51]
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The gymnastics competition of the Commonwealth Games wrapped up today at the Botetourt Gymnastics Academy.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.; :00]

The meet had sixty eight gymnasts from around the state competing on the bars, beam, vault, and floor. Awards were given in each event and in an overall category. This competition is something special and different for these young gymnasts.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="I think the kids..."]
[SUPER=01-Susan Powers/Gymnastics Coordinator; :00]
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[OUT Q= "with this meet."]
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[S-Trucks]


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[TAPE#=SP_122 43:15]
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The NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series New England 200 took over the New Hampshire International Speedway today for the 12th race of the season.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Loudon, NH/ESPN; :00]


The race got exciting when Brian Rose crashed his number four Perry Connection.com Dodge into the wall in turn one because of a blown engine with four laps to go.
That brings out a caution and we are going to overtime for the fourth time at New Hampshire.
Terry Cook had the lead at that point and he holds off Dennis Setzer to win his second green-white checker finish (------------) in the last four events. David Star was third, Ted Musgrave fourth and Brendan Gaughan was fifth. Jon Wood was_____.