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Coming up on News 7-
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Roanoke College Sorority Sisters raise money to remember one of their own murdered last year.
A man convicted in the shooting death outside of O'Charley's restaurant last year is in court.
And one long time Florida Park is closing down.
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 at Eleven is next.

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President Bush says Saddam Hussein is now out of power, but the war in Iraq won't be over until Tommy Franks says it is.
And the President says this has been an historic week.
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[SOT]

(( I DON'T THINK I'LL EVER FORGET, I'M SURE A LOT OF OTHER PEOPLE WILL NEVER FORGET THE STATUE OF SADDAM HUSSEIN FALLING IN BAGHDAD AND THEN SEEING THE JUBILATION ON THE FACES OF ORDINARY IRAQIS AS THEY REALIZED THAT THE GRIP OF FEAR THAT HAD THEM BY THE THROAT HAD BEEN RELEASED."))
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[OUT Q=had been released.]
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.

[Iraq]


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[SUPER=219-Jean Jadhon/jjadhon*wdbj7.com]


Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
But one question remains unanswered? Is Saddam Hussein dead or alive?
President Bush said he doesn't know. General Franks says he's either dead or running.
[DOUBLE KUWAIT BOXES=Jean/ Levinson NEWSPATH ;]

Drew Levinson is in Kuwait City where he joins us live with the latest.

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[SUPER=201-Drew Levinson/CBS News;]
[SUPER=205-Kuwait City, Kuwait;]


((ROLLCUE:...))

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[SUPER=203-Baghdad, Iraq; :00]
[SUPER=201-1st Lt. Jay Phillips/U.S. Marine; :37 (QUICK)]
[SUPER=203-Mosul, Iraq; :45]
[SUPER=201-Donald Rumsfeld/Defense Secretary; :56 (VERY QUICK)]
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[OUT Q=CBS News, Kuwait.]

(( WHEN U.S. OFFICIALS TALK ABOUT IRAQI FREEDOM ... THIS IS NOT WHAT THEY MEANT. LAWLESSNESS PREVAILS IN BAGHDAD....THIS MAN IS SUSPECTED OF BEING PART OF SADDAM'S BRUTAL REGIME. FOR A THIRD STRAIGHT DAY, RESIDENTS FELT FREE TO TAKE ANYTHING ... FROM JUST ABOUT ANYWHERE. EVEN THIS HOSPITAL WAS FAIR GAME. AND WHAT LOOTERS COULDN'T CARRY...
THEY BURNED. CITIZENS ARE NOW TRYING TO RESTORE ORDER. AND WHILE AMERICAN TROOPS HAVE NO INTENTION OF BECOMING THE POLICE, THEY HAVE STARTED TO ENFORCE A CURFEW.
1ST LT. JAY PHILLIPS/U.S. MARINE: 'This is not specifically what we're trained for but (butt to) we know how to provide security, we know how to make people feel safe." IN THE NORTH - they're celebrated... ALLIED FORCES TOOK OVER THE CITY OF MOSUL WITHOUT BLOODSHED. SADDAM'S FIGHTERS RETREATED -- AND like Baghdad and Basra beforre MASS LOOTING there too SOON FOLLOWED.
DONALD RUMSFELD/DEFENSE SECRETARY: "Freedom's untidy, and free people are free to make mistakes." THE PENTAGON -- STILL ON THE HUNT FOR SADDAM AND HIS TOP COMMANDERS -- ISSUED THIS DECK OF CARDS TO U.S. TROOPS. MONITORED IRAQI PHONE CALLS SAY SADDAM WAS KILLED IN A SURPRISE ATTACK. TRUE OR NOT ... MANY PEOPLE IN IRAQ ... ALREADY CONSIDER HIM DEAD.
DREW LEVINSON, CBS NEWS, KUWAIT.))

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[Iraq-Ambassador]


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Iraq's ambassador to the United Nations is leaving New York... no longer representing the Iraqi government.
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Mohammed Aldouri said the "game is over" and the Iraqi government has fallen.
He says he has been out of communication with Iraqi leaders since the war started and that there is nothing for him to represent at the U-N.
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[SOT-19:30:10]
[IN Q=THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS OUR HOPE IS ]

((MOHAMMED AL-DOURI IRAQI AMBASSADOR TO THE UN -THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS OUR HOPE IS THAT IRAQ WOULD LIVE IN PEACE AND LOOKING FORWARD THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE COUNTRY. THIS IS ALL WHAT I HOPE))
[SUPER=01-Mohammed Al-Douri/Iraqi Ambassador to the UN ]
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[OUT Q=THIS IS ALL WHAT I HOPE]
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[Vo-Nat]
He has neither formally resigned, nor said whether he'll give up his credentials to the U-N.
Reports indicate that Aldouri may head to Syria before returning to Iraq after the U-S led coalition leaves and an Iraq government is installed.
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[Marine-Statue]


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A Franklin County Marine is a member of the unit responsible for one of the most symbolic images of the war.


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[SUPER=03-Baghdad/Wednesday;]

Corporal B-T Markham, also known as Travis, is a member of the Third Battalion, Fourth Marines, the group that toppled a statue of Saddam Hussein in Baghdad Wednesday. The 23-year old called his parents later that day to brag about the feat. The Markhams say it had been months since they'd heard their son's voice and that the time away from home has changed his priorities.
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[SOT 15:03:59-15:04:13]
[IN Q=He told us he'd never really given home life a second thought...]
[SUPER=01-Byron Markham/Father of Marine;]

((BYRON MARKHAM/FATHER OF MARINE: HE TOLD US HE'D NEVER REALLY GIVEN HOME LIFE A SECOND THOUGHT BUT NOW THAT HE'S HAD TIME TO THINK THAT WE'RE GONNA HAVE TO BEAT HOM OFF OF US. WE'LL SEE WHEN HE GETS HOME IF IT WORKED.))
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[OUT Q=when he gets home if it worked.]
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Corporal Markham is a graduate of Franklin County High School.
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[Benning-Soldier]


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The wife of an Army tank company officer from Roanoke opened the Wall Street Journal last week to find her husband.
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[SUPER=03-]

First Sergeant Allen Stephenson was not only quoted in a page-one article, the paper depicted him in one of its famous line drawings. Keith Humphry tracked down the Sergeant's wife at Fort Benning and set up an interview with her by satellite.
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[IN Q=Hopefuly here soon]
[SUPER=201-Linda Stephenson/Soldier's Wife]
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[OUT Q=heart is now.]
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[VO-NAT]

The couple has been married 14 years.
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[USS-Portland]


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With its mission complete- the U-S-S Portland arrived back home in Virginia today-
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The Portland's crew has been at sea for three months.
The 360 foot ship delivered combat marines and equipment to Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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((THE SACRIFICE IS ENORMOUS. THEY'VE BEEN GONE FOR TEN OF THE LAST TWELVE MONTHS AWAY FROM HOME AWAY FROM THEIR FAMILIES AND SEVERAL OF THEM HAD KIDS COUPLE OF GUYS GOT MARRIED BEFORE WE LEFT NOT KNOWING WE WERE GOING TO GO. WE HAD TWO DAYS NOTICE BEFORE WE LEFT ON THIS CRUISE.))
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[SUPER=201-Capt. Lawrence Creevy/U.S.S. Portland Commanding Officer;]
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[OUT Q=LEFT ON THIS CRUISE.]
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Captain Creevy said not one of them would have passed up this mission and they're proud of the work they did .
The Portland and its crew of 320 sailors is the first East-Coast Based ship to come home from the war in Iraq.
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[WX1] [11:00pm] [04/11/2003]
[MCU]WEATHER OFFICE Position #1

[WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP TOMORROW FORECAST

[Toss back to anchor][Bennett-Murder]


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It has been nearly a year since a young woman from Franklin County was murdered in Raleigh North Carolina.
This weekend, family and friends are gathering at Roanoke College to honor the life of Stephanie Bennett. [TAKE BENNETT FS IN BAM]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean/Justin BAM]


Justin McLeod is here now to tell us all about it. Justin?
Jean, tonight her sorority sisters held an auction to raise money for a scholarship in Stephanie's name.
[LIVE=Justin/FULL]
[SUPER=@justin1;]


A memorial will also be dedicated tomorrow on the campus of Roanoke College.
This comes at a time when they are more questions than answers regarding her death.
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23 year old Stephanie Bennett grew up in Franklin County and graduated from Roanoke College in 2001.
[SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC/May 21, 2002]


She then moved to Raleigh North Carolina but her life was cut short when she was found murdered in her apartment last May.
There have been no arrests and there are no suspects.
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[IN Q=I just want it solved]

((KERRY LOWRY/CLASSMATE: I JUST WANT IT SOLVED. I WANT TO KEEP HER MEMORY ALIVE, KEEP HER GOING, KEEP IT OUT THERE SO THAT PEOPLE ARE STILL AWARE OF IT, THEY ARE STILL QUESTIONING AND LOOKING FOR ANSWERS BECAUSE UNTIL THAT DAY IT IS GOING TO REMAIN VERY PAINFUL TIME IN MY HEART, IT'S JUST GOING TO BE UPSETTING UNTIL HE IS CAUGHT.))
[SUPER=01-Kerry Lowry/Classmate]
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[OUT Q=until he is caught]
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Proceeds raised from tonight's auction will fund a scholarship to be given to a Franklin County student who plans to attend Roanoke College.
The family hopes to raise about forty thousand dollars for the scholarship by June.
Tomorrow at noon, the family along with classmates of Stephanie will gather to dedicate a bench and garden in memory of her.
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[LIVE=Justin/FULL]


As for the investigation, the Raleigh Police Department has a number of detectives working the case full-time.
The lead investigator also says they have several new leads.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean/Justin BAM;]


He plans to attend this weekend's memorial and Jean we'll hear from him about the case tomorrow on News 7.

[Arrington-Funeral]


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A week ago, four members of one family were shot to death in their Roanoke home.
Today, the community came together for a funeral and emotional farewell.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Four caskets lined the sanctuary of Pilgrim Baptist Church, and mourners filled the church to capacity.
They paid final respects to 32- year- old Angela Arrington, and three of her children, 13-year old Lavoe (lah-VOE), ten year- old Devonte (deh-VON-tay) and eight year- old Kadeesha (kah-DEE-sha).
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[SOT 04:09:41]
[IN Q=Everyone in here]

((BISHOP MILTON HARDY SR.: EVERYONE IN HERE THAT KNOWS ANYTHING ABOUT GOD, DON'T ALLOW HATRED TO ABIDE IN YOUR HEART.))
[SUPER=01-Bishop Milton Hardy Sr./Angela Arrington's Uncle;]
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[OUT Q=don't allow hatred to abide in your heart.]
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Bishop Milton Hardy Senior encouraged the family to find strength in their religious faith.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Angela Arrington's oldest daughter Kierra survived the shooting, but is still recovering from injuries she suffered.

[Workman]


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Former Drug Enforcement Agent Timothy Workman deserves a new trial, according to his attorneys.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

They presented evidence in court today about a statement made by a defendant in another case... one that would support Workman's self-defense claim. Detective Mike Meador read from inmate Jerry Mackey's statement about shooting victim Keith Bailey and James Bumbry the Second, the night of the incident at O'Charley's.
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[SOT 9:51:25]
[IN Q=He's the one]

((HE'S THE ONE WHO TRIED TO PASS KEITH A GUN, AND THE OFFICER, DEA, HAD TO RESPOND, WHATEVER HAPPENED. AND J II, ALL THAT, J II FLED THE SCENE WITH THE WEAPON. ))
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[OUT Q=with the weapon.]
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The judge did not make a ruling on the motion for a new trial.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Still to come on News 7 at 11, the founder of a controversial diet is in a coma after a fall near his office.
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[VO-NAT]

and nearly a dozen of the suspects in the U-S-S Cole bombing stage a jailbreak.
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[Sports-preview]


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(( Hey folks - Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as the Hillcats play their home opener tonight in a chilly Hill City. Jeff and Junior dominate Martinsville qualifying. Tiger is alive depite a rough start at Augusta, and Proseer Skips Pitt and Jordan gets humbled in Miami - tonight on the Big 7.))

[USS-Cole]


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Yemeni investigators now say ten of the 17 suspects arrested in the U-S-S Cole bombing are on the loose tonight- after escaping from prison today.
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[SUPER=03-Yemen/2000]


The ten suspects apparently broke a window, but it's unclear at this point whether the escapees received assistance to get out.
The prison in Aden is supposed to be tightly guarded.
Among the escapees, the man who's accused of buying the dinghy used by two suicide bombers to reach the cole as it refuled in Aden.
The bombing killed 17 U-S sailors including Ringgold Native Timothy Saunders.
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[Atkins]


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Diet guru Richard Atkins is in a coma in critical condition- after hitting his head on an icy sidewalk.
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Atkins sparked a nutrition debate in America with his theory that carbohydrates are more dangerous than fat.
The resulting Atkins Diet' was revolutionary -- telling people to eat more meat and cut out breads.
After years of criticism, recent studies have indicated the Atkins Diet may work.
Atkins slipped Tuesday on some ice -- just yards from a medical center he built in New York.
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[DMV]


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The long lines at the D-M-V may end up saving the state more money.
That's because more customers are now avoiding the wait by doing their business online or through the mail.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


Officials say 65 percent of all vehicle registration renewals this year were conducted outside of D-M-V offices.
That's an increase of nine percent from last year.
The number of driver's licenses renewed by mail, phone or Internet is also up.
D-M-V officials say using an alternative service method costs the agency less money.
It can also mean fewer people waiting in line.
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[IN Q=SO IF MORE PEOPLE]

((PAM GOHEEN/VA DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES: IF MORE PEOPLE ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THESE SERVICE METHODS AWAY FROM D-M-V OFFICES THAT FREES UP THE CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES IN THE OFFICE TO HANDLE MORE COMPLEX TRANSACTIONS.))
[SUPER=01-Pam Goheen/Va. Dept. of Motor Vehicles]
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[OUT Q=MORE COMPLEX TRANSACTIONS.]
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D-M-V officials say the majority of customers taking advantage of an alternative service use the mail.
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The spring rains may have left a sour taste in the mouths of some farmers in the area. We'll explain why in just a minute.
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[VO-NAT]

and in the wake of September 11th, the water skiing capital of the world is losing its grip.
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[Commercial]

[Strawberries]


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Local farmers are waiting to see what all the recent rain will do to strawberry crops.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


Extended moisture can breed disease and mold on the fruit.
At Crows Nest Farm the cold and wet weather is slowing down the harvest and breeding doubts about this year's crop.

Charlie O'Dell says he's lucky so far because the strawberry plants have yet to bloom fully. That's when they are most susceptible to a lot of rain.
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[SOT 00:42:01]
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((CHARLIE O'DELL/CROWS NEST FARM; I HAVE A LOT OF BUDS BEGINNING TO EMERGE, THAT'S ENCOURAGING THAT MEANS POTENTIALLY I'LL HAVE A HEAVY BLOOM AND THAT MEANS POTENTIALLY I'LL HAVE A HEAVY CROP BUT I COULD LOSE IT IN THE WET.))
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A Virginia Tech professor of crop and soil says too much rainfall works against all crops but that it is helping farmers in the region recover from the drought.
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[Cypress-Gardens]


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Florida's oldest theme park has become a casualty of war.
There's been a steady decline in attendance at Cypress Gardens since the September Eleventh attacks... and now with war... even fewer people are attending.
Kathryn Bursch tells us how the parks days are numbered.
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[SUPER=03-Polk Co., FL; :00]
[SUPER=01-Amy Caldwell/Frequent Visitor; :22]
[SUPER=01-Kathryn Bursch; :34]
[SUPER=01-Naomi Brown/Frequent Visitor; 1:08]
[SUPER=01-Banana George Blair/Water Ski Performer; 1:17 (QUICK)]
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[OUT Q=sorry to see the day ever come.]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
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That was Kathryn Bursch reporting. Cypress Gardens will shut down permanently on Sunday.

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The Lynchburg Hillcats were washed out three times this week - but tonight they finally got play their home opener.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Blue Rocks vs. Hillcats; :00]

A chilly night in the Hill City but the visitors jumped on top early as Ruben Gotay lines one down the line in left field to make it a one to nothing game in the top of the first. The Rocks will then chase home one more in the frame on a fielder's choice. Wilmington leads 2-to-nothing. But Lynchburg would come back strong as Yurendell DeCaster
[super=37-Wilmington/4/Lynchburg/5;]

triples in two runs with a shot to the outfield. The Hillcats win their opener 5-to-4 in extra innings.
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The ACC is not losing its reigning coach of the year afterall.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Greensboro, NC/2003 ACC Tournament; :00]

Tonight, Skip Prosser decided to "skip" the chance to return to his hometown and coach the University of Pittsburgh. The Wake Forest head coach who was 26-and-6 this season decided to turn down the Panthers. As a way of thanking him for staying in Winston-Salem - Wake is giving him a new 10 year contract.
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[S-Qualify]


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The rain stopped in time for the Craftsman Trucks series and the Winston Cup boys to give the Martinsville Speedway a workout yesterday. Photographer Lynn Eller and Travis Wells have the story of a fan friendly front row for Sunday's race.
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[SUPER=01-Jeff Gordon/Virginia 500 Pole Winner; :23]
[SUPER=01-Dale Earnhardt, Jr./Outside Pole Winner; :56]
[SUPER=01-Ted Musgrave/Advance Auto Part 250 Pole Winner; 1:16]
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[IN CUE: FIRST DRIVER JEFF GORDON] [WIPE TO MOTION]
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[SUPER=0107-6. Joe Nemechek//7. Jimmie Johnson//8. Tony Stewart//9. Kenny Wallace//10. Jeff Burton//;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Terry Labonte//17. Ricky Craven//18. Elliott Sadler//19. Ricky Rudd//20. Greg Biffle//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Mike Skinner//22. Casey Mears//23. Jeremy Mayfield//24. Mark Martin//25. Sterling Marlin//;]
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[SUPER=0107-26. Jerry Nadeau//27. Tony Raines//28. Johnny Benson//29. Kevin Harvick//30. Michael Waltrip//;]
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[SUPER=0107-31. Bill Elliott//32. Steve Park//33. Kyle Petty//34. Matt Kenseth//35. Jeff Green//;]
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[SUPER=0107-41. Todd Bodine/Prov/42. Derrike Cope/Prov/43. Hermie Sadler/Prov/;]
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[S-Roanoke]


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Roanoke College inducted four athletes into the athletic hall of fame tonight. 1993 graduate Chase Carrick was the first All-American field hockey player in school history.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


Joining her was 1992 basketball standout Donna Cogar who is was a first team All American.
Two members of the 1978 national championship men's lacrosse team will also be inducted. Michael "Bird" Rawley was a three time all-American midfielder
and George Parks, an all American attackman for the Maroons.
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[S-Masters]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The sun came out yesterday at Augusta National - the problem is that it just didn't stay out long enough. The 93 golfers vying for the 67th Masters ran out daylight trying to play 36 holes today and as a result they'll have to finish the second round this morning before we know who makes the cut.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Augusta, GA/TNN-CBS; :00]

Tiger Woods turned in his worst first round score in a major since he turned pro. The two time defending champ shot a four over 76 and at the time was 10 shots back after the first 18. The good news is that only 7 of the 93 players broke par in the first round.
[anchor=mike]

Mike Weir is the leader right now at 6 under. The projected cut is plus 5. Tiger is now at plus 2 with 9 holes to play in the second round.