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Coming up on News 7-
Police tonight arrest a North Carolina man accused of killing a local couple.
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While the family of this woman murdered in Roanoke County wants help finding her killer.
Plus newly released film from the day JFK was shot- shows movement in a sixth floor window.
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 is next.

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[SOT 10:20:07]
[IN Q=When you go to sleep]

((DAN LILLY/VICTIM'S SON: WHEN YOU GO TO SLEEP AT NIGHT, IT'S IN YOUR MIND YOU DREAM ABOUT IT WHILE YOU SLEEP AND WHEN YOU WAKE UP IT'S THE FIRST THING THAT COMES INTO YOUR MIND, WHY, WHO, WHO COULD DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS.))
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[VO-NAT]


The family of a local murder victim hopes a cash reward will provide answers.
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[Haygood-Murder]


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It has been more than three months since a popular manager of the Antiques Mall at Dixie Caverns was found murdered in her Roanoke County home.
Police have not made any arrests and they don't have many leads in the case.
Now, Beverly Haygood's family hopes to change that. [***NEWS 7 @ 11 FS***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /Pulpit;]


Justin McLeod joins us now to tell us how. Justin?
Jean, family members are now offering a ten-thousand dollar reward.
[LIVE= Justin /FULL]
[SUPER=@justin1]


They hope it will lead to an arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for Beverly Haygood's death.

Her family believes someone out there can provide the answers to the questions they've been asking for months.
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[VO-NAT]


52 year old Beverly Haygood was found murdered in her Salem home back on August 16th.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./August]


Police found no weapon and discovered nothing missing from the residence.
That has prompted investigators to speculate that the victim was killed by someone she knew.
Family members describe Beverly Haygood as a loving woman who had no enemies.
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[SOT 10:21:21]
[IN Q=I think it's been three months]

((DAN LILLY/VICTIM'S SON: I THINK IT'S BEEN THREE MONTHS NOW AND THE PERSON WHO DID IT THINKS THEY'VE GOTTEN AWAY WITH IT AND I THINK THEY'VE TOLD SOMEBODY AND WHAT WE'RE HOPING PUT THIS REWARD OUT AND SOMEBODY WILL SEE THAT MONEY AND SAY I'D RATHER HAVE THAT TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS THAN A RELATIONSHIP WITH THIS PERSON THAT I DON'T LIKE SO WE'RE HOPING THEY'LL COME FORWARD WITH THE INFORMATION WE NEED.))
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This weekend, the family plans to post reward posters all over the Roanoke Valley.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN GRAPHIC]
On it you'll find a phone number for the Roanoke County Police Department.
If you have any information on this case, you are urged to call 561-8094.
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[LIVE= Justin /FULL Pulpit]


Investigators say they are making progress in the case. They're waiting on forensic tests and are still interviewing acquaintances of Beverly Haygood.
[DOUBLE BOXES= Jean & Justin/Pulpit;]


But Jean, they declined to say whether there are any suspects in this case.

[Pitts-Arrest]


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An arrest is made in connection with a double homicide in Pittsylvania County.
Durham North Carolina police tonight arrested 27-year old James Antonio (Jenna-retti) Generetie.
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[SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co./November 14]


He's charged with first degree murder in connection with the deaths of Willie and Clara Harston.
They were found dead in their Blairs home back on November 13th.
Autopsies revealed the two died of blows to the head.
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The suspect is being held under a five million dollar bond.
Investigators say they plan to extradite (Jen-uh-retti) Generetie from North Carolina back to Pittsylvania County.

[Jennelle]


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An elderly Blacksburg man is missing tonight.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN BOARD]
74 year old Roy "Bib" Jenelle was last seen around 11 this morning near the Echols Trailer Park.
He was wearing blue jeans, a green sweater and a baseball hat and was driving a gold-color 1999 Mercury Sable.
Relatives say he's in poor health and suffers memory lapses.
If you've seen him, call Blacksburg police.
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[Missing-woman]


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Not a happy ending to a missing persons case in Pittsylvania County. The 72-year-old woman reported missing last night was found dead in a pond this morning. Foul play is NOT suspected.
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[TAKE FS PICTURE] The body of Lavona Elizabeth Simpson of Gretna was located near route 40- west of Gretna. Family members told authorities she suffered from Alzheimer's.
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[Amber-alert]


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Governor Mark Warner says Virginia parents have a reason to feel safer today.
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[VO-NAT 20]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


The governor announced that the Amber Alert system for locating missing children is now in place throughout the state.
The plan coordinates a response among police, broadcasters and V-DOT in the event of a child abduction.
Officials say the disappearance of nine-year old Jennifer Short highlights the importance of having an emergency alert plan statewide.
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[OUT Q=LITTLE BIT SAFER.]
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[VO-NAT]


Amber Alert began in Texas.
Similar emergency alert plans have been credited with recovering at least 19 children nationwide.
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[Miss-World]


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The Miss World Pageant will no longer be held in Nigeria... It's being moved after deadly rioting there.
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[VO-NAT 19 plus pad]
[SUPER=03-Kaduna, Nigeria]


105 people were killed- and more than 500 others wounded in three days of rioting.
Islamic Groups have complained for months that the pageant promotes promiscuity.
Things got worse after a local newspaper suggested Islam's prophet would have approved of the pagaent.
The show will now be held in London December 7th.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Some Miss World contestants had already vowed they would not compete in Nigeria-
They were protesting a death sentence an Islamic court ordered for a woman accused of adultery.

[JFK-Tapes]


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Today, on the 39th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination- new amateur film is released.
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[VO-NAT 26]
[Super=04-Courtesy: Sixth Floor Museum;]


It shows the motorcade carrying President and Mrs. Kennedy-
The President's open top Lincoln is heading toward the Texas School Book Depository.
You can see movement in the sixth floor window of the building.
It is from that window that the Warren commission concludes that Lee Harvey Oswald fired the shots that killed Kennedy.
Soon, over the Pacific a plane carrying members of the Kennedy cabinet gets word from the White House.
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[SOT 46 lose bug!]
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((WE HAVE A REPORT QUOTING MR. KILDUFF IN DALLAS THAT THE PRESIDENT IS DEAD.))
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[OUT Q=the President is dead.]
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As Air Force one heads back to Washington- arrangements are being made for the handling of Kennedy's remains.
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((WE DO NOT WANT AN AMBULANCE AND A GROUDN RETURN FROM ANDREWS TO WALTER REED. AND WE WANT THE REGULAR POST MORTEM THAT HAS TO BE DONE BY LAW UNDER GUARD PERFORMED AT WALTER REED IS THAT CLEAR?))
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[OUT Q=is that clear?]
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[VO-NAT]


The newly released film is now on display at the school book depository.
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[School-Grant]


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Some might say it's a tall order to fill.... making Virginia history more exciting for students.
But that's the job Franklin County schools will now tackle thanks to a federal grant.
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[SUPER=03-Rocky Mount;]

The school system received more than 457- thousand dollars from the Department of Education. The money will be used to develop technology based learning tools to bring Virginia history alive.
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[SOT - 15:54:22]
[IN Q=We want to...]

((JENNY FLORA/FRANKLIN CO. PUBLIC SCHOOLS; WE WANT TO PROVIDE THEM WITH DIFFERENT HANDS-ON AND TECHNOLOGY ACTIVITIES, THAT WILL HELP THE STUDENTS ENGAGE IN THE ACTIVITIES.))
[SUPER=01-Jenny Flora/Franklin Co. Public Schools;]
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[OUT Q=engage in the activities.]
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[VO-NAT]

Ferrum College and Blue Ridge Public Television are partners with Franklin County on the project. Nearly 5-hundred school districts applied for grants across the country. More than One hundred districts got federal money- including Franklin County.
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[Santa-Train]


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A holiday tradition started rolling through Appalachia today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Kingsport, TN]


The Santa Train loaded up with toys and gifts in Kingsport Tennessee today.
Over the weekend, the train will wind its way through the mountains of Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee delivering gifts to children.
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Coming up on News 7-
More layoffs in Southside- Details ahead.
Plus it was not smooth sailing-- passengers get sick aboard yet another cruise liner-
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[VO-NAT]


And rumors are flying over Michael Jackson- some want to know is this really him or is it a body double?
The story from Germany next.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports office. Coming up, high school post season hits from Naruna to Verona. Uva doesn't fear the turtle, and the Tech Ladies get off on the right foot. Plus, Billy Wagner will return to this part of the state in February. We'll tell you why plus have a whole lot more in sports.))

[VF-Playwear]


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[SS=Layoffs]

Another familiar name in Southside textiles is cutting jobs.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville;]

231 workers at V-F Playwear in Danville will lose their jobs.
The company blames continuing cost pressures and weaker consumer demand for the decision. About 210-workers will remain at the facility. The plant makes children's clothing under the Health-tex label. The V-F Playwear layoffs will be completed by February.
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[Sara-Lee]


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The news out of another textile plant is better. Sara Lee Intimate Apparel is expanding its Woolwine plant in Patrick County. An addition of about 13-thousand square feet holds a new dye system for wide-elastic fabrics and lace.
Officials say 15 jobs were created and that 30 more are expected when they reach full capacity levels. About 300 employees work at the facility.

[Cole-React]


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Families of U-S-S Cole victims say the capture of that attack's mastermind brings them some relief. -
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[VO-NAT]


The capture of the chief of al-Qaida's Persian Gulf operations was announced yesterday.
Two Virginia men who lost sons in the attack say they applauded the latest victory in the war against terrorism but want to see it continued until the al-Qaida threat no longer exists.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=there will never]

((LOU GUNN/FATHER OF U. S. S. COLE SAILOR; THERE WILL NEVER BE CLOSURE, CAPTURE ALL THE AL-QUAIDA, CAPTURE ALL THE TERRORISTS, STOP ALL THIS ANGER AND RAGE BETWEEN COUNTRIES, STOP THE KILLING.))
[SUPER=01-Lou Gunn/Father of U. S. S. Cole Sailor ]
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[OUT Q=stop the killing.]
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[VO-NAT]


Rinngold native Timothy Lamont Saunders was among the 17 sailors killed.
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[Bush-Putin]


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Is Russia on board when it comes to supporting the U-S against Iraq?
President Bush met with Russia's president Vladimir Putin today-
As Aleen Sirgany reports the President got some words of encouragement and some words of warning.
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[SUPER=01-Vladimir Putin/Russian President;]
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((FROM THE CZAR'S PALACE NEAR ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIAN LEADER VLADMIR PUTIN AND PRESIDENT BUSH DEMANDED THAT SADDAM HUSSEIN DISARM OR FACE SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES. BUT PRESIDENT PUTIN WARNS THOSE CONSEQUENCES SHOULD NOT INCLUDE THE U.S WAGING WAR IT'S OWN WAR AGAINST IRAQ. VLADIMIR PUTIN/RUSSIAN PRESIDENT We do believe that we have to stay within the framework of the work being carried out within the United Nations. PUTIN HAS BEEN HESITANT TO TAKE ACTION AGAINST SADDAM BECAUSE IRAQ STILL OWES RUSSIA BILLIONS OF DOLLARS FOR EQUIPMENT IT BOUGHT DURING THE 1980S. AND PUTIN MAINTAINS THE PRIORITY SHOULD BE THE WAR ON TERRORISM AND FINDING OSAMA BIN LADEN. PRESIDENT BUSH ADMITS HE AND PUTIN HAVE THEIR DIFFERENCES, BUT HE CALLS THE RUSSIAN LEADER A FRIEND. BUSH: I want to thank vladimir for working to pass strong res in UN on iraq IN IRAQ, AN ADVANCE TEAM OF WEAPONS INSPECTORS IS MAKING LAST MINUTE PREPARATIONS FOR INSPECTIONS WHICH ARE TO BEGIN NEXT WEEK. THE PENTAGON WILL BE WATCHING TO SEE WHETHER SADDAM COOPERATES. DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRETARY We are now breathlessly awaiting the response from Iraq on how they are going to manage their future. IF THAT FUTURE INCLUDES A DECLARATION THAT THE COUNTRY IS NOW FREE OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, US OFFICIALS SAY THEY WON'T BELIEVE IT. BUT THEY WON'T SAY WHETHER THAT WILL IMMEDIATELY TRIGGER MILITARY ACTION.))

[Westerfield]


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The man convicted of killing Danielle van Dam will have to wait until next year to find out if he'll receive the death penalty.
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[VO-NAT 16:45:17]
[SUPER=03-San Diego, CA;]

Today, a judge pushed David Westerfield's sentencing back to early January. In California, all cases that could result in the death penalty are automatically appealed, but Westerfield's attorneys hadn't filed the proper paperwork-- forcing the judge to postpone sentencing. Danielle's mother says she's disappointed by the delay.
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[IN Q=We wanted to]

((BRENDA VAN DAM/DANIELLE'S MOTHER: WE WANTED TO HAVE THIS PART BEHIND US FOR THE HOLIDAYS. AND IT JUST MAKES IT DIFFICULT YOU KNOW I THOUGHT TODAY WOULD BE THE END.))
[SUPER=01-Brenda van Dam/Danielle's mother]
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[OUT Q=be the end]
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[VO-NAT]

The judge also rejected a request by the defense to look into new evidence that Danielle was killed in her bedroom. Without the kidnapping charge Westerfield would NOT be eligible for the death penalty.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[WRITER=dse]
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Still ahead- How's business at the Roanoke Civic Center?
We'll find out.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus a gift of giving the cookie monster would love- Children today learn a sweet lesson about sharing.
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[Civic-Center]


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If the first half of November is any indication, the slowdown at the Roanoke Civic Center is over.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/November 14]


Performers including the Other Ones, Alan Jackson, and The Wiggles have played to sold-out audiences.
Add basketball and hockey, and city officials say they are thrilled with all of the activity.
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[SOT 17:29:54]
[IN Q=Clearly this year things have turned around]

((BILL CARDER/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL: BUT CLEARLY THIS YEAR THINGS HAVE TURNED AROUND, AND THEY'RE WORKING VERY HARD TO GET THESE EVENTS IN HERE AND I THINK THEY'RE A DIVERSE GROUP OF EVENTS. YOU KNOW YOU GO FROM WIGGLES, TO ALAN JACKSON TO THE GRATEFUL DEAD THAT'S AS DIVERSE AS YOU CAN GET.))
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[OUT Q=as you can get.]
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Carder says that the recent business is an indication that the city's agreement with Clear Channel Entertainment is paying off.
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[Disney-Cruise]


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Passengers aboard yet another cruise ship are getting sick.
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[VO-NAT 08.5]
[SUPER=03-Orlando, FL]


Nothing magical about the trip for some folks aboard the Disney Cruise ship- Magic.
About 100 people have contracted a stomach ailment.
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[SOT 41]
[IN Q=]

((FOR THE NEXT NINE HOURS I WAS VOMITING. I GOT SO BAD I COULD NOT BEND OVER AGAIN.))
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[OUT Q=over again.]
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[VO-NAT 11]


The ship departed last Sunday from Port Canaveral with 32 hundred people on board.
It is scheduled to return tomorrow-
Disney officials have ordered the ship cleaned and dis-infected.
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[Jackson]


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Is it Michael Jackson or not?
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[VO-NAT 14:00:13]
[SUPER=03-Berlin, Germany]


The pop icon continued his Berlin trip today wearing a face mask and touring a national art gallery.
But rumors are starting to fly about a Michael Jackson double trying to fool the media-
Jackson was surrounded by security as he left the museum .
His guards struggled to keep photographers away.
From behind the Limousine Jackson did sign a few autographs before getting into the car.
Jackson is in Germany .. where last night he was named the Pop Artist of the Millennium.
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[S-Extra]


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Coming up in sports, chilly post season high school football highlights from all over the map, Uva is ready to slow down the turtles, and the Lady Hokies open the season with a win, but first in tonight's extra point,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-MLB; :00]


Tazewell County native Billy Wagner is the headliner in this year's class of inductees to the Salem-Roanoke Baseball Hall of Fame. The hard throwing lefty will go in during the February induction ceremony. The Astros closer will be joined by 4 other inductees.
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[S-Gretna]


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We start our playoff tour tonight in Bedford where Liberty hosted Gretna in a rematch of last year's regional final where the Minutemen simply dominated the Hawks.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford/Hawks vs. Minutemen; :00]


This one was a shootout from the opening kickoff.
We pick it up in the 2nd quarter. On fourth and 12 from the Liberty 25, Gretna's Viscal Hall hits Michael Oakes on the out pattern. Oakes breaks a few tackles and goes the distace tying the game at 14 apiece.
Later, Liberty's Michael Pennix blows right up the gut and finds the endzone from 35 yards out to make it
[SUPER=36-Gretna/34/Liberty/41/;]

21-14 Minutemen, and they hold on to win it 41 to 34.
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[S-Rockbridge]


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The Rockbridge Wildcats got into the playoffs thanks to Handley's loss last weekend. Tonight the Cats hit the road for Fort Defiance, Dell Curry's alma mater. The Indians were expected to be here after returning 17 starters from last year's club.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Fort Defiance/Wildcats vs. Indians; :00 ]


Billy Mills and company were in unfamiliar territory tonight.
The Indians were hoping to make some noise after a scoreless first quarter. Drew Spitzer makes the play action fake and then finds a wide open Kenneth King in the end zone for the Fort touchdown and a 7-nothing cushion.
After the teams traded turnovers, the Wildcats went to work. Kicker Mike Novak setsup for the 37 yard field goal attempt and he knocks it thru to get Rockbridge on the board. But Fort Defiance tightened the
[SUPER=36-Rockbridge Co./3/Fort Defiance/16/;]

clamps on defense and the Indians advance 16 to 3.
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[S-Campbell]


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In Naruna, William Campbell's high powered General attack welcomed Manassas Park to town.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Naruna/Cougars vs. Generals; :00]


This one was all Generals. We pick it up on the second play of the second half. Thomas Boyd airs it out to Chauncey Davis for a 68 yard score to put William Campbell up 20 to nothing, and the Generals make short
[SUPER=36-Manassas Park/0/William Campbell/41/;]

work of Manassas Park 41 to nothing to advance to the state semifinals.
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That's just a sample of what's to come in just a few minutes on Friday Football Extra. For now, here's an early peek at tonight's scoreboard. [FFE-Scores]

[SUPER=55-Grundy/21/Graham/14/Gar-Field/0/C.D. Hylton/14/Rockbridge Co./3/Fort Defiance/16;]



[SUPER=55-George Wythe/20/Floyd Co./16/Blacksburg/10/Heritage/28/Gretna/34/Liberty/41;]



[SUPER=55-Narrows/6/Bath Co./28/Franklin Co./15/Osbourn Park/21/Richlands/0/Magna Vista/49;]



[SUPER=55-Manassas/0/William Campbell/41/Monticello/21/Spotswood/22/Bluefield, WV/3/James Monroe, WV/0;]



[SUPER=55-Parkersburg South/9/Princeton, WV/8/Honaker/Sat./Gate City/1:30/Appalachia/Sat./Rye Cove/1:30;]





[S-UVA]


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The 7 and 4 Virginia Cavaliers battle 18th ranked Maryland tomorrow in Charlottesville. Maryland hasn't won at Scott Stadium in 12 seasons.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-College Park, MD/2001 Season; :00]


The Terps beat the Wahoos last year in College Park, and are riding an 8 game winning streak entering tomorrow's contest.
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[SUPER=01-Matt Schaub/UVa Quarterback; :00]
[SUPER=01-Billy McMullen/UVa Wide Receiver; :14]
[SUPER=01-Ralph Friedgen/Maryland Head Coach; :24]
[RUNS=:36]
[OUT Q=....makes it an important game"]
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And the Wahoos' annual in state clash with Virginia Tech has been set for a 3-30 kickoff next Saturday and will be televised by ESPN.

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It's a big weekend all around the ACC including Florida State at N.C. State, and right here on Your Hometown Station it will be North Carolina and Duke at high noon.
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That one is followed up by the Iron Bowl tilt between Auburn and Alabama at 3-30. The Tigers still have a shot at the SEC West title. And in the Big Ten, Ohio State can grab a berth in the Fiesta Bowl with a win over Michigan.
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The Virginia Tech Lady Hokies opened the season in style tonight, taking care of UNC-Greensboro at the Cassell.
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Former Roanoke College and William Fleming Head Coach Lynn Agee led the Spartans into town.
And the Hokies found some inspiration tonight from teammate Reyna Dubose.
UNCG took it to Tech early. Jacinda Lambert stops and pops the 17 foot jumper for the deuce.
But the Lady Hokies then came to life. Crystal Starling comes up with the steal and lay-in.
Then later, Megan Finnerty scores with the strong move in the paint and gets the foul.
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Ieva Kublena then finishes things off with the kiss off the window and Tech goes on to win it 54 to 46.
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The college hoops season tips off in earnest all around the state this weekend. Tonight, Virginia Tech lost to Saint Bonaventure 91 to 79 in the Virgin Islands, while Virginia took care of Long Island 90 to 86. Travis Watson led the way with 26 points.
Tomorrow afternoon, VMI opens the season against Liberty in a 2pm tip. Plus, the Salem Bank & Trust tournament takes center stage at Roanoke College. The Maroons take on Greensboro at 7 o'clock, while Ferrum faces Goucher. The finals will be Sunday afternoon at the Bast Center.
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Some local students have happier hearts after helping fill bellies at Roanoke's Rescue Mission.
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Third Graders at Oak Grove Elementary School teamed up with Double Tree's Hotel Roanoke for the "Teaching Kids to Care" program. The class teaches kids the importance of sharing warmth and love through community service. Today, the course culminated in the delivery of 2002 chocolate chip cookies to Roanoke's Rescue Mission. The kids say it's respectful to care about others and that doing so makes everybody feel good. (------------)