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Coming up on News 7-
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Scott Peterson's former girlfriend says she will testify at his trial. Today she hires a well known attorney.
A big battle is on for the Big East- News 7's Mike Stevens is in Miami. He will have the latest.
And another Beamers restaurant is opening.
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News 7 at Eleven is next.

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The fate of one Halifax County school is decided tonight and some are not happy.
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[Halifax-School]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Enrollment is up, but it is not enough.
Tonight, the Halifax County school board voted to close Virgilina Elementary school. [***SCHOOL CLOSING IN MONITOR***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /Pulpit;]


Justin McLeod joins us now with reaction. Justin?
Jean, parents are so angry they're vowing to sue to keep the school open.
[LIVE= Justin /FULL Pulpit]
[SUPER=@Justin1;]


More than three hundred people showed up tonight to hear the decision.
After nearly three hours and two closed sessions the school board voted 5 to 3 to close the century old school.
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[SUPER=03-Halifax Co./January 2002]


Residents of Virgilina have been fighting for more than a year to keep the school open.
In January of 2002, the school board agreed to allow residents the opportunity to raise enrollment to 120 students for the upcoming school year.
There are currently 101 students at the school and residents claim they have 124 students pre-registered for next year.
But tonight, the school board disqualified some of those pre-registerants and the school that has the highest SOL scores in the county will close at the end of the school year.
School administrators say the decision came down to enrollment as well as a belief that the building needed major renovations.
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[LIVE= Justin /FULL Pulpit]


The students will attend either attend South of Dan or Cluster Springs schools next year.
They are both located on the same campus about 10 to 12 miles away from Virgilina.
Some parents fear their kids will be on the bus for more than a hour and half each way.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin / Pulpit;]


But Jean, the school system says it will work to make sure the bus ride is no more than a hour.

[School-Safety]


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In the city of Roanoke, the School Superintendent has requested an audit of discipline reports, following charges that school officials filed inaccurate information with the state.
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Wayne Harris says he welcomes a request from the city school board for more detailed information on the issue. And he says he has asked the State Department of Education to review the discipline data for the last three years.
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((WAYNE HARRIS/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: I HAVE NO REASON TO BELIEVE THAT ANYONE HAS ATTEMPTED TO SKEW THE DATA OR MISREPRESENT THE DATA. ANY ERRORS THAT HAVE BEEN MADE, BASED ON WHAT I KNOW HAVE BEEN A LACK OF CLARITY IN WHAT THEY SHOULD BE REPORTING.))
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[OUT Q=in what they should be reporting.]
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[VO-NAT]


School officials recently acknowledged mistakes, and corrected the discipline report for the 2001- 2002 school year.
But some parents have also questioned whether the updated information is correct.
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[City-Council]


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The names have changed and so have many of the issues, but a veteran of Roanoke City Council says he's glad to be back.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Bev Fitzpatrick was sworn in this afternoon, replacing Bill Carder.
He says he's pleased Roanoke has made progress toward more regional cooperation since he left council ten years ago.
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[SOT 20:28]
[IN Q=Particularly on things]

((BEV FITZPATRICK/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL: PARTICULARLY ON THINGS LIKE WATER. JUST THE FACT THAT WE'LL TALK ABOUT A REGIONAL LIBRARY SYSTEM IN A MEETING LIKE TODAY, WHICH IS REALLY WHAT WE SHOULD HAVE, SAYS THAT WE'RE THINKING DIFFERENTLY AND I'M REAL PLEASED ABOUT THAT.))
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Fitzpatrick last served on city council from 1988 to 1993. His current term will expire at the end of June next year.

[Marines-Chopper]


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A Marine Corps transport helicopter has crashed in Central Iraq with at least four people aboard. So far there are no signs of survivors.
A Pentagon official says a fifth servicemember drowned while trying to rescued the crew of the chopper.
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[Vo-Nat 10 plus pad map from Lawrence pkg 21:47ish]
The marine C-H-46 Sea Knight Helicopter crashed into a canal southeast of Karbala.
A Pentagon spokesman says there's no indication of whether the chopper was downed by hostile action.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The Sea Knight is a workhorse helicopter used by the Navy and Marine Corps to move cargo or troops.

[Walton]


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A condemned killer from Danville wants to die in the electric chair.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Danville/File Tape]


25-year-old Percy Walton told the department of corrections he wants to be electrocuted.
In 1996, Walton robbed and killed three neighbors in Danville.
He's scheduled to be executed next week.
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[Police-Memorial]


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Plans are under way to build a police memorial in Chatham, honoring the five officers who have died in the line of duty there since 1928.
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Officials made the announcement during a memorial service today in Chatham.
The design will feature a law enforcement star with six markers... one for each of the fallen officers and another expressing the hope that no other deputies make that final sacrifice.
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((INVEST. VIC INGRAM/PITTSYLVANIA CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: WE HOPE THAT THIS MEMORIAL WILL BRING SOME COMFORT TO YOU IN KNOWING THAT WE ALSO SHARE IN YOUR LOSS. AND TO MR. WILLIAMS, MR. BRYANT, MR. PAYNE, MR. COWARD AND TO FRANKIE: MAY YOU ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED, NOT ONLY BY YOUR FAMILIES AND LOVED ONES, BUT ALSO BY THE CITIZENS WHOM YOU SERVED.))
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[OUT Q=citizens whom you served.]
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The memorial will cost about 30-thousand dollars to build.
Organizers hope to have it finished by next May.
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[Big-EAst]


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The Big East is pulling out all the stops to keep Miami in the conference.
Today, commissioner Mike Tranghese questioned the financial benefits of Miami's move to the A-C-C and said it would be a disasterous blow to intercollegiate athletics.
Mike Stevens has more from Ponte Vedra, Florida.
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[SUPER=01-Mike Tranghese/Big East Commissioner; :25]
[SUPER=01-Frank Beamer/Virginia Tech Head Coach; :54]
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[OUT Q=Mike Stevens, News 7 Sports.]



[Beamers]


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Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer isn't just known for his teams good plays on the football field.
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The first restaurant bearing his name in Christiansburg is doing so well that another one is being opened in downtown Roanoke. The owner of Beamer's Restaurant says he'll will take-over the Great 611 Steak Company and give it a complete overhaul with Tech memorabilia. The work is expected to be done within a couple months. Williams says there could be more restaurants in the future and that the coach is known to eat at the Christiansburg one several times a week.
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Ari Fleischer says he wants to make some money... so he's leaving the White House.
More on that when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]


And the woman who had an affair with Scott Peterson says she'll now testify against him.
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[Sports-preview]


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((Hey, folks. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, Mike Tranghese lashes out at Miami and the ACC. J-J has some words of wisdom for the Roanoke Valley Sports Club, and B'nai B'rith honors 30 area students. Plus, T-Lum and the Tigers are ready to roar in this week's ACC baseball tourney in Salem. All that and then some on the way in sports.))

[Peterson]


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The woman who says she had a relationship with Scott Peterson says she's prepared to testify at his murder trial.


28-year old Amber Frey (Fry) says she's also been hounded by offers for her story.
As a result, she's hired celebrity attorney Gloria Allred.
This as the search goes on in San Francisco Bay for more clues.
Manuel Gallegus reports.
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((WITH HER NEW CELEBRITY ATTORNEY AT HER SIDE, AMBER FREY, THE FORMER GIRLFRIEND OF SCOTT PETERSON, SAID SHE WILL LIKELY BE A WITNESS AT HIS TRIAL. AMBER FREY, I expect that I will be asked to testify in this case and I am prepared to do so. I don't think its appropriate to comment on what that testimony may be. FREY'S LAWYER, GLORIA ALLRED SAYS ITS CLEAR SHE IS AN INNOCENT VICTIM OF PETERSON'S DECEPTION. GLORIA ALLRED, ATTY. What she has to say will be very important in my opinion to the prosecution. ALLRED SAYS SINCE THE DAY AMBER'S RELATIONSHIP WITH SCOTT PETERSON BECAME PUBLIC, THE YOUNG WOMAN HAS BEEN HOUNDED BY THE MEDIA BY OFFERS TO PAY HER FOR HER STORY. FREY SAYS SHE WILL NOT DO ANY INTERVIEWS. ALLRED she will not do anything to undermine her credibility as a witness in this case. ALLRED SAYS FREY DOESN'T LIKE THE SPOTLIGHT, AND WOULD LIKE TO TRY TO HAVE A NORMAL LIFE AGAIN. MEANTIME, FOR A FOURTH DAY, DIVERS ARE SEARCHING THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY FOR MORE POSSIBLE EVIDENCE. WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING FOR OR WHAT THEY MAY HAVE FOUND, THEY WONT SAY. MANUEL GALLEGUS: SCOTT PETERSON'S NEXT COURT DATE IS MAY 27TH. BUT IT WONT BE UNTIL THE ACTUAL PRETRIAL HEARING THAT THE PUBLIC WILL LEARN ABOUT THE EVIDENCE IN THIS CASE MG CBS NEWS LOS ANGELES.))


[County-Fatal]


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Roanoke County police say the teenager who died in a car crash over the weekend was not wearing a seat belt.
17-year-old Hiawatha (High-a-watha) Boyd, Junior was thrown from a sport utility vehicle after it rolled down an embankment early yesterday morning.
Three other people were hurt in the accident on the Poage Valley Road Extension.
So far, no charges have been filed.

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No charges will be filed in a rollover accident that backed up traffic for nearly a hour this afternoon on Interstate 81.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.]


It happened on northbound 81 just after the Hollins exit around 3:30.
State Police says a 52 year old woman from Canada swerved to avoid a van that was moving into her lane.
The woman's BMW then struck the rumble strip and rolled over three times.
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[SOT 5:22]
[IN Q=One thing she did do]

((TROOPER GARY CHAFIN/STATE POLICE: ONE THING SHE DID DO THAT WE LOVE SHE HAD HER SEATBELTS ON AND THAT KEPT HER IN THE CAR AND THAT'S WHAT A SEATBELT IS DESIGNED TO DO. IN A ROLLOVER CRASH, IT'S DESIGNED TO KEEP ALL THE OCCUPANTS IN THE CAR AND THIS ONE WORKED REAL WELL.))
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The victim was taken to Roanoke Memorial Hospital with facial lacerations and a possible broken arm.
State Police say the driver of the van fled the scene.
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[Elliston-Fire]


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Officials say a fire that damaged an Elliston business may have been electrical.
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[SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.]


Firefighters were called to Price's Upholstery shop on Brake Road around 3:30 this morning. Some antique furniture was lost in the blaze, but no was one was hurt. Officials estimate about 100-thousand dollars in damage. The actual cause of the fire is still under investigation.
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[Lackawanna]


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The last member of the group known as the Lackawanna Six has pleaded guilty in federal court to supporting terrorism.
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All six are Yemeni-american men from the Buffalo suburb.
They all attended terrorist training camp in Afghanistan.
The last to plead guilty- Mukhtar al -Bakri is expected to get ten years in prison when he's sentenced.
The six were arrested more than one year after the 9-11 attacks.
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[Fleischer]


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White House Spokesman Ari Fleischer says he'll miss parts of his job, but he says it's time to say goodbye.
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[VO-NAT 09.5]
[SUPER=04-File Tape;]


Fleischer will step down from his post as White House press secretary in July.
During his 30 months at the job he's had no shortage of big days.
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((ARI FLEISCHER/WHITE HOUSE SPOKESMAN; SEPTEMBER 11TH , ONE WAR, ANTHRAX ATTACKS AND ANOTHER WAR.))
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[OUT Q=and another war.]
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After 21 years in government and politics, Fleischer says he'll enter the private sector and make some money.
His replacement is expected to be his deputy Scott McClellan.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
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It could be a busy hurricane season.
Find out why when News 7 returns.
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[VO-NAT]


And it's usually considered gentlemanly to remove your hat indoors... but in some banks it's now a security rule.

We'll explain.
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[Commercial]

[Ward]


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The F-B-I says a Roanoke man held up a local bank, so he could pay back the money he'd taken from a Subway restaurant where he worked.
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[VO-NAT]

After seeing a bank surveillance photo of the robbery suspect on television, 26-year old Benjamin Harrison Ward called an acquaintance.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/May 7]

Ward was crying, saying he had to commit the robbery to pay a debt. Ward was arrested Saturday night for the armed robbery at the Valley Bank branch on Crystal Spring Avenue. Subway Restaurant manager Rupert Bonhotel told the F-B-I that Ward paid him 16-hundred dollars the day after the robbery.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Court records indicate Ward also wired his girlfriend 26-hundred dollars.
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[Bank-Security]


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[TAKE VIDEO TAKE VIDEO]

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[SUPER=03-Springfield, MO]

Customers at Missouri banks will find themselves under extra scrutiny. Many banks and credit unions across that state will begin asking customers to remove their hats, hoods, helmets and sunglasses before entering. The idea is not only to discourage bank robberies but also identity theft. Signs announcing and explaining the new dress code will be posted outside the entrances to the banks.
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((MICAEL WILLIAMSON/EMPIRE BANK PRESIDENT; ALMOST EVERYTHING WE DO, THERE IS (ARE) GOING TO BE SOME PEOPLE WHO WILL NOT LIKE IT VERY WELL AND THEY HAVE TO UNDERSTAND THAT THIS IS A PROTECTION FOR THE CUSTOMER'S AND THE EMPLOYEES THEIR ASSETS ARE IN THE BANK AND SO I DON'T THINK THAT THE CUSTOMERS WANT ROBBERS TO BE SUCCESSFUL.))
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[OUT Q="...robbers to be successful."]
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[VO-NAT]

Compliance with the new plan is not required, but anyone refusing to remove an article in question will be required to either go to a specially-trained teller or be watched extra carefully by security. The plan was developed with the help of the FBI.
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[Hurricane-Season]


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It's likely we could see an above normal hurricane season.
Officials at the National Hurricane Center say an increasing La Nina means conditions will be better for tropical storms and hurricanes.
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((JAMES MAHONEY/NOAA: SHOULD THE LA NINA CONDITIONS WHICH THE GLOBAL CIRCULATION IS MOVING TO CONTINUE TO DEVELP AND THOSE ASSOCIATED WITH THE ATLANTIC PATTERN WHICH DEVELOPS AND IS NOW OVER TEN DECADES. SHOULD THESE TWO FACTORS JOIN FORCE WE MAY SEE A VERY HURRICANE SEASON INDEED.)) [BUTT TO 31] ((THE EL NINO THAT WE HAD IN PLACE LAST YEAR IS FACING. WE ARE HEADING INTO A LA NINA. THAT'S PROBABLY NOT GOOD NEWS AS FAR AS HAVING MORE HURRICANS AND STRONGER HURRICANES IN THE ATLANTIC BASIN.))
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Mayfield emphasized it's not all about numbers. What really counts is whether hurricanes hit and how strong they are at landfall.

[S-Extra]


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Coming up, Mike Tranghese lashes out at Miami, J-J speaks at the Roanoke Sports Club, and B'nai B'rith doles out its awards, but first in tonight's extra point,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Kanata, Ontario/ESPN; :00]


the Ottawa Senators staved off elimination tonight by beating the New Jersey Devils 3-1 in Game 5 of the Series. The Sens peppered Martin Brodeur with 20 shots on the way to the win.
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[go to scores] [go to break]
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The talks between the Big East Conference and the three schools that are threatening to leave the league heated up today. Commissioner Mike Tranghese says if Miami leaves, it would be the most disastrous blow to intercollegiate athletics in his liftetime. Our own Mike Stevens picks up the story from Ponte Vedra, Florida.
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[SUPER=03-Ponte Vedra, FL; :38]
[SUPER=01-Paul Dee/Miami Athletic Director; :52]
[SUPER=01-Jake Crouthamel/Syracuse Athletic Director; 1:08]
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[S-JJ]


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The Roanoke Valley Sports Club held its monthly meeting tonight at the Salem Civic Center and tonight the club's featured speaker was Duke rising sophomore guard and former Cave Spring star J-J Redick.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


A near capacity crowd was on hand to listen to the Devils' second leading scorer this past season who touched on a variety of subjects.
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[OUT Q=....had to make"]
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[VO-NAT]


While Redick is mentioned as one of the top returning players in the country for next season, he is hardly comfortable with the stardom that comes with the hype.
J-J spoke honestly and openly about the situation a week after school ended in which he was in a room where other students were using marijuana.
Although he was cleared in the incident, Redick learned a tremendous lesson.
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[IN Q=]
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[OUT Q=.....learned my lesson from it"]
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[S-Awards]


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The B'nai B'rith athletic and achievement awards were doled out tonight at Roanoke's Wyndham Hotel.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


Thirty recipients were honored tonight for their accomplishments in athletics, academics, and service to the community.
Cave Spring hoopster Adam Trumbower was the overall male winner while Pulaski County track star Brenna Blevins was the female winner.
Roanoke Catholic swimmer Jacek Slowikowski took home the Artie Levin Personal Life Award.
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[SUPER=01-Adam Trumbower/B'nai B'rith Male Winner; :15]
[SUPER=01-Jacek Slowikowski/Artie Levin Award Winner; :25]
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[OUT Q=on my lifestyle."]
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[S-Baseball]


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[GRAPHIC=ACC Baseball Tourney]


From ACC hoops to the ACC diamond where the league will stage its annual tournament in Salem for the very first time this week.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Vinton; :00]


This afternoon Cave Spring alum Tyler Lumsden and his Clemson Tiger teammates worked out at William Byrd in preparation for Wednesday's opener against North Carolina.
Lumsden is 8 and 1 heading into this week's tourney, where his family and friends probably won't see him pitch until Clemson's second game which would be Thursday at 5pm.
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[SUPER=01-Tyler Lumsden/Clemson Pitcher; :03]
[SUPER=01-Jack Leggett/Clemson Head Coach; :15]
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[OUT Q=for the Clemson Tigers."]

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