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Coming up on News 7-
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They left Saudi Arabia for Salem after recent attacks. But should they go back?
Some veterans protest kids in school on this holiday.
Plus home video of that cruise ship explosion-
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And it may be the unofficial start of summer, but the forecast sure doesn't look like it.
News7 is next.

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[SOT 21:46:05]
[IN Q=My life is in a tornado]

((LISA AZAR: MY LIFE IS IN A TORNADO. IT IS A TORNADO SPIN. MY LIFE IS THERE.))
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[OUT Q=my life is there]
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A woman from Salem has to make a difficult choice after a terrorist bombing half a world away.
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[Saudi-Bombing]


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You may think it is an easy decision.
The country you're living in is attacked by terrorists and more could soon be on the way.
You must now decide whether to stay or go. [***NEWS 7 @ 11 IN MONITOR***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /Pulpit;]


Justin McLeod is here now with one local family's plight. Justin?
Jean, it came down to saving lives or uprooting them.
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That is why you could say it has been a troublesome time for a woman who grew up in Salem and now calls Saudi Arabia home.
She had to pull her kids out of school, leave her husband behind, and must now decide whether it is safe to return.
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((((NAT SOUND OF LISA READING EMAIL))
Lisa Azar spends a lot of time in front of the computer these days.
It is one way she stays in touch with her husband who remains in Saudi Arabia, their home for the last six years.
It is also the place that was recently struck by terrorists. [21:38:14]
[IN Q=It was about nine]

((LISA AZAR: IT WAS ABOUT NINE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING WHEN I FIRST HEARD THE NEWS AND IT WAS VERY FRIGHTENING.)) [Runs06]
[OUT Q=was very frightening]


It was also frightening to look at in person.
Lisa's husband was in Riyahd on business when terrorists bomb blew up three housing compounds.
The blasts killed 41 people including several Americans.
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[IN Q=He said it was awful]

((LISA AZAR: HE SAID IT WAS AWFUL THIS WAS LIKE A WAR ZONE, PEOPLE WERE WALKING IN A DAZE. I GUESS THEY COULDN'T BELIEVE IT EITHER, WE NEVER THOUGHT A COMPOUND WOULD, ESPECIALLY THAT KIND OF COMPOUND WOULD BE HIT.)) [Runs10]
[OUT Q=would be hit]


Lisa felt she and her kids were safe since their compound was located several hundred miles away from Riyadh.
But then the rumors started.
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[IN Q=The guards were saying]

((LISA AZAR: THE GUARDS WERE SAYING OUR COMPOUND IS GOING TO BE HIT WITHIN 12 HOURS SO FINALLY OUR HUSBAND SAID IT'S NOT WORTH IT.)) [Runs07]
[OUT Q=not worth it]


And with that Lisa and their three kids fled Saudi Arabia for America.
They're now staying with her parents in Salem. ((QUICK NAT SOUND OF BASEBALL))
It is unclear if they'll ever return to Saudi Arabia.
That's because the family was scheduled to move to Riyahd but the bombings there have forced them to rethink their future.
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((LISA AZAR: IT IS A DIFFICULT DECISION. ON THE ONE HAND IT IS EXCELLENT SCHOOL AND ALL THEIR FRIENDS BUT YET I HAVE TO THINK ABOUT THEIR SAFETY, IT IS REALLY HARD.)) [Runs12]
[OUT Q=it is really hard]))
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It is also hard because her husband continues to work in Saudi Arabia.
He'll be back in the states in July and the family will then decide whether they'll return and live in Riyadh.
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Jean, I asked Lisa Azar if she experienced any hostilities towards Americans in Saudi Arabia. She said her family hasn't personally but she knows plenty who have.

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On this Memorial Day the war dead being remembered by Americans today include those who did not make it home from Iraq and Afghanistan.
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((MUSIC OH SAY CAN YOU SEE))
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Today President Bush paid tribute to the America's war dead at Arlington National Cemetery- he laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns and promised the nation won't forget.
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((WE COME TO THIS MEMORIAL DAY WITH A DEEP AWARENESS OF RECENT LOSS AND RECENT COURAGE. BEYOND THE TOMB OF THE UNKNOWNS IS A SECTION 16 AT ARLINGTON IN THE BATTLE OF IRAQ.))
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[OUT Q=the battle of Iraq.]
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It is a 71 year old monument- Now the Tomb of the Unknowns must be replaced.
The monument is cracked on all four sides, so bad that officials have decided to replace it.
Miners hoping to find matching stone have returned to the Colorado quarry where the original marble was found.
The crack was actually first noticed in the 1940's, fixed in 1989 but it has now become more visible again.
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[D-Day-Memorial]


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The National D-Day Memorial in Bedford is an ideal backdrop to celebrate Memorial Day.
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Hundreds gathered today for a ceremony honoring veterans of the past and present. Children of World War Two soldiers who did not make it home from the D-Day invasion shared their stories. Memorial officials used the day to unveil the newest part of the site ... the beginning of a memorial wall.
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((WILLIAM MCINTOSH/NATIONAL D-DAY MEMORIAL PRESIDENT; WE WERE ABLE TO PUT UP TODAY 40 OF THOSE PLAQUES AND WE HAVE ANOTHER 25 IN PRODUCTION AND IT'S BEEN A GRAND PROJECT I THINK FOR EVERYONE INVOLVED IN IT.))
[SUPER=01-William McIntosh/National D-Day Memorial President;]
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The names of all 43-hundred allied soldiers killed on D-Day will be engraved in plaques surrounding the interior of the site. The underwriting of each plaque is five-thousand dollars. Proceeds are going to the Memorial's debt, so far about 250-thousand dollars has been raised.
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[Schools]


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Whether the cause was snow or flooding or both, many kids in the Eastern U-S spent the day in school.
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These kids were in class in Alexandria, trying to make up snow days.
Many schools here in Southwest and Central Virginia were in session too, including those in Lynchburg and Danville as well as Rockbridge and Montgomery Counties.
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Kids were in class in Liberty County, Texas. That's why veterans were outside protesting.
Veterans say the school district there slapped them in the face by scheduling classes for today.
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[IN Q=If you don't]

((JOE TUCKER/ARMY VETERAN; IF YOU DON'T STUDY YOUR HISTORY WHY YOU GO AND REPEAT YOURSELF OVER AND OVER AGAIN. AND WE ARE NOT TEACHING OUR YOUNGER CHILDREN THE HISTORY OF THIS NATION, AND HOW THIS NATION WAS BUILT AND WHAT MAKES IT THE GREAT NATION THAT IT IS.))
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[OUT Q=great nation that it is]
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Students and teachers are making up for a day lost to floods earlier this school year.
A bill currently in the Texas legislature would require public schools to take Memorial Day as a holiday.
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[Hidden-Valley]


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Roanoke County students did not have to go to class today, but it wasn't a day off for some of them.
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45 Hidden Valley High School students spent their Memorial Day volunteering at the D-Day Memorial.
The students gave tours, recorded oral histories from veterans, and served water to the elderly.
The students are part of Hidden Valley's key club and say the work was hard but rewarding.
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((KATIE RAINS/HIDDEN VALLEY HS VOLUNTEER; I THINK PEOPLE GIVE TEENAGERS A BAD REP FOR NOT CARING BUT THERE REALLY ARE PEOPLE OUT THERE THAT CARE ABOUT OUR VETERANS AND REALLY WANT TO HELP OUT AND GENUINELY WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED.))
[SUPER=01-Katie Rains/Hidden Valley H. S. Volunteer;]
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[OUT Q=KNOW WHAT HAPPENED.]
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The students have decided to establish their own war memorial at school.
They will also plant five trees and add additional items like plaques and benches in future years.
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The author of The Bedford Boys signed copies of his book in Bedford today.
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Alex Kershaw says its an honor to be in the town that gave so many lives for the pursuit of freedom. His book tells the story of the 21-men from Bedford that were killed on D-Day. Kershaw says the story is not about the battle but instead the people and the community they left behind.
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((ALEX KERSHAW/THE BEDFORD BOYS AUTHOR; PEOPLE WERE VERY GENEROUS TO ME HERE THEY WERE THAT'S WHAT I EXPECTED FROM VIRGINIANS THAT LEGENDARY CHARM AND GRACE AT THE DROP OF THE HAT THEY WOULD MAKE ME LUNCH OR DINNER I WAS JUST VERY IMPRESSED BY THEIR HOSPITALITY.))
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[OUT Q=BY THEIR HOSPITALITY.]
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Kershaw says he got to know seven or eight residents very well in researching and writing this book. Proceeds from today's book sales will go the Bedford City/County museum.
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A reminder this Memorial Day of just how dangerous serving our country can be.
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Two attacks in Iraq leave U-S troops dead and wounded.
More on that when News 7 returns.
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((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, Region Three soccer highlights from Vinton and Salem. The Avalanche hosts the Blue Rocks at Salem Memorial, and the Rocket fizzles in his bid for number 300. Dunn does in Atlanta, and Uva wins the national title in lax. Plus Tommy Reamon is best known for coaching football, but he's also an accomplished author. All that and more on the way in sports.))

[Iraq]


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On this memorial day, two American soldiers are killed in the war in Iraq.
One soldier was killed when gunmen ambushed a U-S military convoy.
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In another separate incident, another U-S soldier was killed and three were hurt when a Humvee ran over a land mine in an apparent attack.
The Humvee hit what appeared to be a bump in the road and exploded.
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((PVT. JASON KLEINMAN/3RD INFANTRY DIVISION; AND THEN WE JUST RUSHED OVER AND TRIED TO GET THEM OUT OF THERE AND WE DID GET THEM OUT OF THERE.)) [BUTT TO 1:08] ((PVT. ENRIQUE ALVARADO, JR./3RD INFANTRY DIVISION; WE DID OUR BEST TO GET THEM AS FAR AWAY FROM THE VEHICLE BEFORE IT EXPLODED.))
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[super=01-Pvt. Enrique Alvarado, Jr./3rd Infantry Division; 06 quick!]
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All four injured were evacuated by helicopter, but one of those soldiers did not survive.
A number of U-S Servicemen have been killed since the end of fighting last month, mostly in road accidents and ammunition explosions.
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[Iraq-Phone]


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While Iraq is still in the process of getting its government up and running, some Iraqi's are making a few bucks providing a simple service to the Iraqi people. Chris Lawrence has details.
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(( Many Iraqis are still cut off from the world outside more than a month after the fighting died down. The war knocked out telephone lines and cell phone service simply doesn't exist.
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That leaves satellite phones and vendors selling time by the minute to whoever can afford it. Since most Iraqis have little or no money....
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Allowing someone to use your Sat Phone is like giving them a life-line to parent, children and friends outside. Lawrence Bridge: Despite what's happened here in Baghdad over the past month, many Iraqis are OK...but they have no way to let their families know that. Now a Baghdad church is putting them back in touch...
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Donating a few free minutes on Sat Phones....
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And giving some their first contact with family since the war began.
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SOT: Interpreter: "I'm so happy to call my daughter and my son in Germany to tell them that I'm OK."

Church members are Christian, a small part of Baghdad....
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But they don't mind taking up a mission big enough to include all Iraqis.
SOT: Iraqi Man: "Now it's our job to help our people not just Christians, all the Christians, Muslims, we don't have a

ny difference between them." They all want to the same thing...to talk to family and talk about the new Iraq. Chris Lawrence, CBS News, Baghdad.))



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A nationwide manhunt is underway for a suspected serial killer.
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After a 10 month investigation, authorities now believe this man- 34-year-old Derrick Todd Lee is responsible for the murders of five women in southern Louisiana. Police say Lee is on the run.
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((PAT ENGLADE/BATON ROUGE POLICE CHIEF: HE IS TO BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS AND AUTHORITIES SHOULD BE NOTIFIED IMMEDIATELY.))
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D-N-A tests linked Lee to the murder and rape of 26-year-old Carrie Yoder. For a year and a half many in Baton Rouge lived in fear knowing someone was raping and killing women. According to the arrest warrant the D-N-A evidence links one person to the death of at least five women- four from Baton Rouge and one from Lafayette.
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[Boy-scouts]


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He has highways and a university named after him, but some boy scout leaders don't want their council named after him.
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The Robert E. Lee Boy Scout Council in Richmond has voted to drop the Confederate general's name.
Scout officials say they are looking for a more geographically descriptive name.
They say changing the name of the council has nothing to do with the character of Robert E. Lee.
The N-double-A-C-P praised the decision.
But critics of the name change say it was motivated by political correctness.
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((ALLEN BARRETT/RICHMOND NAACP: ITS IMPORTANT THAT AFRICAN-AMERICAN KIDS WILL SAY I'M JOINING A BOY SCOUT TROOP WHICH ICON IS NOT A PERSON WHO REPRESENTS MY REPRESSION, WHO REPRESENTS MY SLAVERY, WHO REPRESENTS OPPRESSION.)) ((BRAG BOLLING/SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS: IF ROBERT E LEE CANNOT BE REPRESENTATIVE OF THIS COUNCIL, WHO CAN BE? THERE'S PROBABLY BEEN NO PERSON IN AMERICAN HISTORY ALMOST WHO HAS BEEN NOTED FOR HIS MORALITY, HIS CULTURE, HIS IDEALS. EVERYTHING SCOUTS STAND FOR IS WHAT ROBERT E LEE STANDS FOR.))
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Scout officials say they are in the process of selecting a new name and are taking suggestions.
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Robin says don't expect much of a warm-up this week.
We'll have the forecast when News 7 returns.
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Plus the latest on the investigation of that deadly cruise ship explosion and a look at the destruction inside.


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[Ship-Explosion]


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That cruise ship explosion over the weekend was likely not a terrorist act.
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Authorities say the fire started in the boiler room of the docked S-S Norway.
Officials say right now it looks like a high pressure steam link started the trouble.
[Super=04-Amateur Video;]


Artie Borrego who was on another cruise ship, the Victory. He took home video as he sailed by the S-S Norway.
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Four people died in yesterday's blast. All were crew members.
None of the 21 hundred passengers was injured.
The ship had just returned from a seven day Caribbean cruise.
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[WVTF]


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Public Radio has a new home in Roanoke.
W-V-T-F moved earlier this month and the station's staff is now settling in to its state of the art surroundings.
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The new building is tucked away on Kingsbury Lane, not far from the old location at Grand Pavilion.
The broadcast center is equipped with the latest digital technology, three control rooms and ample studio space for news and public affairs.
And the building design will offer opportunities for new programming.
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((GLENN GLEIXNER/GENERAL MANAGER: NOW WITH THE NEW FACILITIES, WE HAVE A 900- SQUARE FOOT STUDIO THAT WILL ENABLE US TO NOT ONLY HAVE A LIVE STUDIO AUDIENCE, BUT HAVE LIVE MUSIC, CULTURAL PRESENTATIONS EVEN POLITICAL DEBATES, AND WE'RE HOPING SOME EXCITING TOWN HALL MEETINGS COMING UP IN THE FUTURE.))
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[OUT Q=coming up in the future.]
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Glenn Gleixner (GLEX-ner) says announcements of new programming are expected this summer, and the station is also planning an open house for the public later this year.
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Coming up, Region III boys and girls soccer highlights, Virginia wins the NCAA lacrosse title, and the Avs try to get back above the .500 mark at Salem Memorial, but first in tonight's extra point,
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Larry Brown is done in Philadelphia, resigning as head coach of the 76'ers this afternoon. Brown, who has never been known to stay in one place too long, spent six seasons in the City of Brotherly Love. The 62 year old coach who has 31 years of experience on the sidelines, says that it was just time for Philadelphia to get a fresh look.
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[S-Byrd]


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The Region Three soccer tournament heated up tonight in Vinton where Jeff Highfill had the Terriers primed for another post season run.
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[SUPER=03-Vinton/Eagles vs. Terriers; :00]


Coach Highfill and company didn't have to work too hard tonight.
Byrd was on cruise control when Brad Collins took the pass and booted it in with the nice left foot. The Terriers led 6 to 1.
[SUPER=34-Prince Edward/1/William Byrd/7/;]

Later, Lee Bautista then fires a bullet into the back of the net. William Byrd rolled to the 7 to 1 win.
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The Terriers will meet Blacksburg in the semis. Also advancing to the semifinals tonight, Hidden Valley by virtue of a 4-3 penalty kicks win over Jefferson Forest. Ben Anderson tallied the winning goal after the two teams had played thru regulation and two overtimes tied at 2-all.

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The Prince Edward girls team also made a trip to the Roanoke Valley tonight to square off with the ladies from Salem.
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Kassie Houf works thru traffic for the Spartans and that fancy footwork pays off as she finds the net to make it 7-nothing Spartans in the second half.
[SUPER=34-Prince Edward//Salem//;]

Amanda Adams would then misfire on another opportunity, but Salem wins big anyway ___ to ___.
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In Region Three baseball action, Jefferson Forest knocked off Nelson County 9-5. It was William Byrd over Appomattox 8-nothing, Heritage took care of Cave Spring 6-3 in ten innings and Amherst nipped Blacksburg 1 to zip.
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The Three Rivers District softball champs are the Buffaloes from Floyd County who beat Glenvar in tonight's final 1-nothing. Both teams now head to the regionals.
And in other softball play, Gretna slipped past Appomattox 1-nothing.

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The Salem Avalanche began the night just four games out of first place in the Carolina League's Southern Division with just over a month left in the first half.
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To Salem Memorial Stadium we go where the Avs welcomed the Wilmington Blue Rocks to town and the chicken dance was the thing to do.
It was 4-all in the 8th so we're gonna show you some defense. The 8th was the Trevor Mote inning. The Avs third baseman recorded all three outs in the inning, including this one right here gunning out the runner at home.
[SUPER=37-Wilmington/4/Salem/5/;]

Salem had to work extra innings which has become a theme this year. But the Avalanche picks up the win 5 to 4 in 13.
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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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In the big leagues, Roger Clemens will have to wait for career win number 300. The Red Sox jumped on Clemens early and scored 7 runs off the rocket in just over 5 innings.
Boston won it 8 to 4 handing the Yankees their 8th straight loss at home.
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/TBS; :]


In Atlanta, Adam Dunn smoked a line drive grand slam off Roberto Hernandez in the 11th inning pushing the Reds past the Braves by a final of 7 to 6.
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The NCAA lacrosse trophy resides in Charlottesville for the second time in five years after Virginia knocked off Johns Hopkins this afternoon in Baltimore.
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The Blue Jays had a decided home field advantage playing right down the road from their campus on what was a sloppy, muddy field. But the conditions didn't slow down the Cavs who scored the game's first five goals including this one from A-J Shannon who found the net four times on the day. Dom Starsia was liking that.
A little later, Matt Ward beats the Hopkins zone for another tally. Virginia led 6-4 at halftime, and then turned things over to goalie Tillman Johnson.
Johnson made big save after big save, recording 13 in the game and keeping the Blue
[SUPER=34-Virginia/9/Johns Hopkins/7/;]

Jays at bay. Johnson was named the Final Four MVP for his efforts as Virginia held on for the 9 to 7 win, claiming their third title and first since 1999.
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Michael Vick is arguably the most exciting quarterback in the NFL. But he wouldn't have reached football's highest level without some help from his high school coach, both on and off the field.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Newport News/Summer 2000; :00]

Growing up in Newport News Vick was a young man with a loving mother and a strong fatherly influence in the form of coach Tommy Reamon. The Warwick high school educator has now written a book about not only his dealings with Michael and Marcus Vick, but also the other young men he has helped mold - like UVa product Aaron Brooks. The book is called, "Rough Diamonds" - a coach's journey.
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[OUT Q=...X's and O's."]
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The book chronicles Reamon's life, but it largely touches on how a coach and a teacher often have to be all things to all people.
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[vo nat con't] The book is available at most books stores and through Amazon dot com. (--------------)