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Coming up on News 7- Police investigate an apparent murder in Southside.
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[VO-NAT]

A campaign contribution raises questions and tempers in the fifth district. A live report is coming up. Europe's most active volcano appears to be losing steam.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Plus, Mike Stevens with highlights of Virginia Tech's loss to Pittsburgh.
News 7 is next.


[Video-Open]


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[SOT 42:08]
[IN Q=I think it's hypercritical]

((MEREDITH RICHARDS: I THINK IT'S HYPOCRITICAL. I THINK HE SHOULD GIVE THAT MONEY BACK, GIVE IT TO THE MEN AND WOMEN WHO HAVE LOST THEIR JOBS.))
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[OUT Q=lost their jobs]
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[VO-NAT]


Accusations are flying in the Fifth District just days before Tuesday's election.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[GRAPHIC=News 7 at 11]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Goode-Richards]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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One Congressional candidate in the fifth district is calling another a hypocrite. Democrat Meredith Richards is lashing out at Republican Virgil Goode over some campaign donations. [TAKE CAMPAIGN 2002 IN BAM]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Teresa/Justin BAM;]


Justin McLeod joins us now to tell us all about it. Justin?
Teresa, Congressman Virgil Goode has run on the platform that he wants to keep jobs in southside.
[LIVE=Justin/FULL]
[SUPER=@justin1;]


If that's the case, his opponent wonders why Goode has accepted donations from a company that has closed several plants in the area.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville]


Meredith Richards held a political rally in Martinsville today.
During her speech, she claimed Goode has accepted more than 12-thousand dollars from Burlington Industries.
This is the same company that recently closed several plants in southside, filed for bankruptcy, and shipped jobs overseas.
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[SOT 42:46]
[IN Q=I dont think]

((MEREDITH RICHARDS/(D) 5TH DISTRICT CANDIDATE: I DON'T THINK IT'S ACCEPTABLE TO RAIL ABOUT NAFTA AND TO RAIL ABOUT JOB KILLING COMPANIES AND THEN ACCEPT THEIR MONEY TO HELP FINANCE THE ADS, THE VERY ADS HE'S RAILING ABOUT THEM.))
[SUPER=01-Meredith Richards/(D) 5th District Candidate; ]
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[OUT Q=railing about them]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Rocky Mount;]


Congressman Goode admits he took money from Burlington but says it was from the employees and not the corporation.
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[SOT 2:25]
[IN Q=Ms. Richards is wrong]

((VIRGIL GOODE/(R) 5TH DISTRICT: MS. RICHARDS IS WRONG SAYING I RECEIVED A CORPORATE DONATION. CORPORATE DONATIONS ARE ILLEGAL AND THEY HAVE BEEN ILLEGAL UNDER FEDERAL LAW. I HAVE RECEIVED DONATIONS FROM THE EMPLOYEES OF BURLINGTON WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THEIR FUND WHICH CONTRIBUTED TO MY CAMPAIGN.))
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[RUNS=:17]
[OUT Q=to my campaign]
[LIVE=Justin/FULL]


Richards is challenging Goode to give that money back.
Goode says if the employees ask for it back, he will do just that.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Teresa/Justin BAM;]


Even as Richards criticizes Goode, we should mention that her Democratic colleague, Congressman Rick Boucher has also accepted money from Burlington Industries.

[Laurel-Park]


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The murder of a high school track star forced one area school to re-schedule its football game.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.]


Laurel Park High School was scheduled to play Martinsville High Friday night.
The decision to move the game to today stems from the May shooting death of Martinsville High school student Delvin Hairston.
He was killed in a drive by shooting after a Laurel Park track meet.
The two principals decided it was easier to play the game at day rather than at night.
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[SOT 49:23]
[IN Q=It was a precaution]

((WAYNE MOORE/LAUREL PARK PRINCIPAL: IT WAS A PRECAUTION. WE DIDN'T HEAR ANY RUMORS OF ANY TYPE. WE JUST FELT TODAY WOULD BE A BETTER DAY. LIKE I SAID EARLIER IT WOULD BE BETTER TO DO SOMETHING IN ADVANCE THAN TO WAIT AND SEE IF SOMETHING IS GOING TO HAPPEN SO WE WANT TO BE PREPARED.))
[SUPER=01-Wayne Moore/Laurel Park Principal]
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[OUT Q=we want to be prepared]
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[VO-NAT]


Extra Sheriff's deputies were on hand at today's game.
There were no reports of any problems.
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[South-Boston]


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South Boston Police are investigating a suspicious death.
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[TAKE PINNACLE BOARD FS] Authorities say the victim-- who's name has not been released died sometime between 2 and four o'clock this morning. The victims four-door white Chevrolet sedan was taken from the scene, and has the license plate Y-N-S-1-3-2-4.
Police say they're treating the death as a homicide.
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[Amherst-Fatal]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=rle]
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A Madison Heights man is dead following a traffic accident in Amherst County this afternoon. State Police say 82 year old Cecil Worsham was turning onto Route 29 when his Subaru Brat was struck by an Econoline van shortly before one o'clock. Worsham was taken to Lynchburg General where he died about a half hour later. There's no word on whether the driver of the van suffered any injuries.

[Rail-Celebration]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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[WRITER=jwi]
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There were some "law men" on hand in Roanoke today, but not because anyone was out of line.
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[SOT 05:22:27]
[IN Q=That same old train]

((THAT SAME OLD TRAIN THAT BROUGHT ME HERE GONNA CARRY ME AWAY AGAIN.))
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[OUT Q=me away again]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

They call themselves the Norfolk- Southern Law Men. And their performance at Market Square was all part of Roanoke's celebration of its railroad history. Shoppers at the farmer's market were treated to country and blue-grass tunes such as "Chattanooga Choo Choo," and "New River Train." The band members are all employees of Norfolk- Southern in North Carolina.
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[Safety-Fair]


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Roanoke Police worked to drive home an important point today.
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[VO-NAT]
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The police department held a safety fair this afternoon at the Valley View Mall.
Activities included proper installation of a car seat, the importance of wearing a seat belt and glasses that simulate what it's like to be under the influence.
The goal of the event was to let the public know law enforcement will be out in full force for the upcoming holiday season.
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[SOT 8:56:50]
[IN Q=Last year, it was about]

((LAST YEAR, IT WAS ABOUT 935 THAT WERE KILLED ON VIRGINIA HIGHWAY'S LAST YEAR. SO DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON WHAT WE'RE TRYING TO DO IS REALLY DRIVE THE NUMBER DOWN AND REDUCE THE NUMBER OF FATALITIES ON VIRGINIA HIGHWAYS.))
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[OUT Q=on Virginia highways]
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[VO-NAT]


Today's event had a theme similar to the reality show "Survivor"... and consisted of several traffic safety competitions.
Prizes included car seats, a steering wheel lock, and a free limo ride to a holiday party.
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[Olympics]


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[WRITER=tha]
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New York has won the right to bid against the world for the two-thousand twelve Summer Olympics.
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[VO-NAT 20:11:10]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/File Tape; ]

The U-S Olympic Committee chose the Big Apple over San Francisco. New York organizers say they have the resources and the security to run the world's biggest show. They've laid out an ambitious five- billion dollar plan that puts virtually all the events inside the city limits.
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[in q= We are the ]

(( MICHAEL BLOOMBERG/NYC MAYOR: WE ARE THE ONES MOST LIKELY TO CARRY THE DAY IN 2005, WITH THE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE. WE ARE A VERY INTERNATIONAL CITY, WE HAVE ALL THE FACILITIES AND THE GEOGRAPHY AND THE PEOPLE AND THE SPIRIT TO GET THIS DONE.))
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[out q=get this done. ]
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[vo-nat] But the city still has to overcome local opposition. Critics say the plan will cost taxpayers too much and destroy some neighborhoods. The International Olympic Committee will choose a host city in 2005, with New York's rivals likely to include Paris and Rio.
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[Tease1]
[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[WRITER=rle]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
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Still to come, police foil a plot to kidnap one of the Spice Girls...
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[VO-NAT]

plus, Mount Etna has been erupting for the past week now, but scientists believe the volcano may be winding down.
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[Spice-Girls]


[ANCHOR=teresa]
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[WRITER=cak]
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Scotland Yard investigators arrested five people today in a plot to kidnap "Posh" Spice.
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[VO-NAT 20:22:33]
[SUPER=03-London, England]

Victoria Beckham told police that she was stunned to find out that a gang had allegedly been planning to kidnap her and hold her for a ransom of nearly 8 million dollars. According to a British newspaper, the gang of criminals had planned to knock her out with a chemical spray in front of her home, and take her, and if necessary, her children also. Police uncovered a previous plot to kidnap Beckham in January of 2000, but no arrests were made.
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[Italy-Quake]


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[WRITER=tha]
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Another aftershock today for residents living in the Italian village where 26 school children died earlier this week.
This-- as accusations continue to surface about shoddy construction in the quake-prone zone where the school-children died. Randall Pinkston has more.
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[IN Q=Their homes]
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[SUPER=01-Antonella Sebastiano/Earthquake Survivor; :42]
[SUPER=01-Claudio Sebastiano; 1:05]
[SUPER=01-Randall Pinkston/CBS News; 1:44]
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[OUT Q=di Puglia, Italy.]

(( SAN GIULIANO di PUGLIA NARR: Their homes and villages destroyed, 5500 hundred earthquake victims now live in tent cities. They were still nervous today as new aftershocks hit the region. At least 1200 from here...San Giuliano di Puglia where Thursday's earthquake took 29 lives when the school building collapsed. The entire first grade class wiped out. Near the ruins, flowers, books and childrens belongings...grim reminders of the sudden horror. Today prosecutors said they would investigate the schools construction to see if anyone is to blame. One man they may interview...Claudio Sebastiano. His daughters were in the school and survived.
SOT ANTONELLA SEBASTIANO�EARTHQUAKE SURVIVOR

'I WAS STUCK UNDER A DESK, RESCUE WORKERS TOOK AWAY A BOY WHOSE BODY WAS ON MINE' SHE SAID 'THEN THEY TOOK THE STONES FROM UNDER ME AND PULLED ME OUT.'
NARR: Her father is not only a parent, he is also president of the local school board. He says he raised concerns just two months ago, about a brand new school extension.

SOT CLAUDIO SEBASTIANO�EARTHQUAKE SURVIVOR 'THE SCHOOL WAS MADE HEAVIER BY CEMENT USED TO MAKE AN EXTRA FLOOR,' HE SAID

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NARR: At the beginning of the school year, Sebastiano confronted the school building inspector.

SOT CLAUDIO SEBASTIANO:' I ASKED IF THE RENOVATION WAS STRUCTURALLY SOUND AND HE TOLD ME LITERALLY, MIND MY OWN BUSINES

S.
NARR: Who does he blame??? Sabastiano says he doesn't know. He's only concerned about the families of the children who died. The bodies of those children and a teacher who tried to save them are in a local sports centre converted into a temporary morgue.This community is preparing for a day of tears as thousands gather here tomorrow for a funeral mass.
RANDALL PINKSTON�CBS NEWS While this community grieves officials here will be looking beyond the school construction to the national agency which determined earthquake risk. This region was not considered to be a high risk so rules for strict building construction did not apply here. RP, CBS NEWS,SAN GIULIANO DI PUGLIA, ITALY.))


[Etna]


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Europe's most active volcano appears to be slowing down...
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Sicily, Italy;]

Mount Etna is continuing to spew out lava and black billowing smoke. But emissions of red hot lava have dropped slowly over the last few days since being jolted awake by an earthquake nearly one week ago. Now that the danger seems to have passed, the volcano has become a tourist attraction with local people and vulcanologists sitting on the mountain side with sleeping bags to watch the display.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Still to come on the newscast, highlights of the Virginia Tech-Pittsburgh shootout...
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[VO-NAT]

and we'll give you a clue to a new exhibit that keeps visitors guessing... Stay with us, the facts on this local display are straight ahead. And also here are tonight's winning Lotto South numbers.
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[Commercial]

[Sherlock-Holmes]


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If you think you have what it takes to crack crime, now's your chance to prove it - at the Danville Science Center. As Shannon Young shows us in this week's Time Off, that's where there's been a "curious incident in the nighttime."
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[IN Q=The game is afoot...]
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[SUPER=01-Allen Meyer/"Sherlock Holmes"; 1:06]
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[OUT Q=STD]

((The game is afoot in Victorian England where some poor soul has fallen victim to foul play. And it's your job to solve the crime.
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[IN Q=There are clues everywhere...]

((GINNY LAUBINGER/DANVILLE SCIENCE CENTER: THERE ARE CLUES EVERYWHERE. FROM WHERE WE STARTED TO THE ORIGINAL STORY LINE TO FACTS IMBEDDED IN INFORMATION ABOUT SIR CONAN DOYLE'S LIFE.))
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[OUT Q=information about Sir Conan Doyle's life.]

Sherlock Holmes and the Clocktower Mystery blends a fictional Sherlockian story with the real life history of author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The exhibit's broken up into eight chapters with the first being the murder scene itself.
[SOT 40:30-40:37]
[IN Q=There's a chalkline outlining...]

((GINNY LAUBINGER: THERE'S A CHALKLINE OUTLINING WHERE THE BODY WAS AND CHALKLINES IDENTIFYING THE DIFFERENT FOOTSTEPS THAT COME IN.))
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[OUT Q=footsteps that come in.]

From there you'll see the fatal bullet, the police report and learn the victim's identity, a surprise in itself. In chapters to follow you'll track down a host of characters by visiting a hotel, a seance room and the docks.
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[IN Q=And then, at the very end...]

((GINNY LAUBINGER: AND THEN, AT THE VERY END, ONCE YOU FEEL LIKE YOU KNOW WHO DONE IT, YOU HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY FOR A CONSULTATION WHERE YOU CAN TEST YOUR THEORY WITH THE ACTUAL ANSWER.))
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[OUT Q=with the actual answer.]
[SOT 47:00-47:09]
[IN Q=I quiz you on physical evidence...]

((ALLEN MEYER/"SHERLOCK HOLMES": I QUIZ YOU ON PHYSICAL EVIDENCE YOU SAW, CHARACTERS YOU'VE MET, INFORMATION YOU'VE WRITTEN DOWN AND DEVELOPED.))
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[OUT Q=written down and developed.]

Be forewarned. There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact. Meyer says only about 10-percent of the population enters his study with correct answer in hand.
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[IN Q=There's a lot of characters...]

((ALLEN MEYER: THERE'S A LOT OF CHARACTERS INVOLVED, THERE'S A LOT OF RED HERRINGS AS THEY SAY IN THE MYSTERY BUSINESS.))
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[OUT Q=as they say in the mystery business.]
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[IN Q=The exhibit works best for kids over the age of eight.]

((SHANNON YOUNG/REPORTER: THE EXHIBIT WORKS BEST FOR KIDS OVER THE AGE OF EIGHT. IT'S GEARED TOWARDS MIDDLE SCHOOLERS. BUT REGARDLESS OF YOUR AGE, IF YOU GET STUCK, THERE'S A CHEATER'S GUIDE.))
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[OUT Q=there's a cheater's guide.]

And don't despair if you have to use it. Even those adept at solving crime have needed help.
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[IN Q=One gentleman was walking like this...]

((ALLEN MEYER; ONE GENTLEMAN WAS WALKING LIKE, THIS SHAKING HIS HEAD, SAYING "I SHOULD HAVE GOT THIS." I SAID, "IT'S JUST A GAME." HE GOES, "YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND. I'M A DETECTIVE WITH SCOTLAND YARD AND MY BEAT IS THE WEST END OF LONDON. I SHOULD HAVE GOT THIS."))
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[OUT Q= I should have got this.]

Perhaps this mystery's not so elementary, after all. Shannon Young, News 7, Danville.))

[S-Tech]


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On a day when being an unbeaten put you on the endangered species list, Tech took on a Pittsburgh Panthers team that it had never beaten in the month of November.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Travis / Mike Microwave;]

Mike Stevens checks in now from a chilly Lane Stadium.
[LIVE=Mike/FULL]
[SUPER=@Mike1; ]
[SUPER=05-Blacksburg; ]



(ROLLCUE...lost to a better team with better players.")
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[SUPER=36-Pittsburgh/28/Virginia Tech/21/; :]
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[OUT Q=seven point margin."]
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[DOUBLE BOXES=Travis / Mike Microwave;]


Travis ad libs out...

[S-VMI]


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In Lexington, the VMI Keydets put a 3 game winning streak on the line against Western Carolina.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington/Catamounts vs. Keydets; :00]


The Keydets had lost ten straight games against the Catamounts.
This afternoon Western struck first. Pat Cilento rolls right and tosses back to Brian Rucker who takes it in for an 18 yard score and a 7-nothing lead.
Brian Gaither then entered at quarterback for the Cats and promptly found Brendan Roy in the endzone and the visitors led 14-nothing.
Deangelo Plather and the VMI defense thwarted another Western drive with this interception in the endzone. But the Keydets trailed 21 to 7 at halftime.
It was 28 to 7 before Joey Gibson found Greg Carlson who makes a great juggling catch for the score, but
[SUPER=36-Western Carolina/35/VMI/23/;]

Western Carolina wins it 35 to 23.
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[S-Generals]


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[WRITER=twe]
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Washington & Lee traveled up 81 to tangle with Division Three's second ranked team in the country the Bridgewater Eagles.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bridgewater/WDRL; :00]


Robbie Jenkins threw for a touchdown and ran for two more as the Eagles turned a three point halftime lead
[SUPER=36-Washington & Lee/14/Bridgewater/44/;]

into a 44 to 14 win over the Generals. Bridgewater is now 8 and oh while W& L is 3 and 5. The Generals turned the ball over 7 times this afternoon.
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[S-Blitz]


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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-South Bend, IN/NBC Sports; :00]


It was not a good day to be an unbeaten in the top 25. In South Bend, Josh Ott returned an interception 71 yards for a touchdown putting Boston College up 14 to nothing on Notre Dame and the Eagles hang on to
[SUPER=36-Boston College/14/Notre Dame #4/7/;]

shock the 4th ranked Irish 14 to 7.
[SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC/ABC Sports; :]


In the ACC, Georgia Tech got a touchdown run from Gordon Clinkscale with nine minutes left to upset 10th ranked and previously unbeaten N.C.State 24 to 17.
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[S-Preps]


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[WRITER=twe]
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On the high school grid several FFE teams were in action today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/North Cross vs. Roanoke Catholic; :00]


We start right here in Roanoke at Victory Stadium where Catholic entertained North Cross.
The Raiders led it 8-7 at the half and they go looking for more as James Revercomb hits Chase Morrison who makes the great grab on 4th and 11. The play goes for a 21 yard touchdown and a 14-7 North Cross lead.
With under two minutes left, Catholic was forced to go to the air. Uh-oh, it's complete, but to the wrong
[SUPER=36-North Cross/22/Roanoke Catholic/7/;]

guy. Scott Stephenson picks it off and goes the other way for the TD. North Cross finishes off Roanoke Catholic 22 to 7.
[SUPER=03-Henry Co./Martinsville vs. Laurel Park; :]


In Henry County today, Martinsville made short work of Laurel Park. Stephen Henderson gave the Dogs an early lead with the short touchdown run. The 2 pointer was good and it was 8 to nothing.
The Lancers had the play of the day, with the wacky reception off the helmet of Marcus Martin.
[SUPER=36-Martinsville/21/Laurel Park/0/;]

Anthony Ricard hauls it in but Martinsville shuts down the Lancers 21 to nothing.
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[S-Express]


[ANCHOR=travis]
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[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-127 TC12848]
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The Roanoke Express was back on the home ice tonight, for its first meeting of the season with the Augusta Lynx.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Augusta vs. Express; :00]


The Lynx came in as the Southeast Division's cellar dweller at 3 and 6 while Roanoke was 5 and 2.
We pick it up midway thru the first period when Frank Novock gets the deflection in front of the net and sticks it between the pipes for a 1-nothing Express lead.
Later in the first period, Augusta's Brent Gauvreau gets a good shot on goal, but Sebastian Leplante makes the save to keep things at 1-nothing.
The Express went on top 2-zip off the faceoff when Dylan Gyori fires the slapshot from out front . It slips past the
[SUPER=38-Augusta/0/Roanoke/6/;]

goaltender and the Express goes on to beat Augusta 6 to 0.
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[S-Busch]


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[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-124 TC14624]
[GRAPHIC=Nascar]


We finish up on the track where a wild turn of events gave Jamie McMurray his second Busch win in as many weeks this afternoon at Rockingham.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC/TNT; :00]


Race leader Jeff Green and Michael Waltrip engaged in a heated battle on the final lap, eventually wrecking each other out of contention in the Sam's Club 200. McMurray was gladly the beneficiary riding to victory lane. He's led on(------------) ly three laps i the past two weeks, but he's got two wins to show for it.