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Coming up on News 7-

It's been two weeks in the waiting --but Roanoke pools are finally open.
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[VO-NAT]


And Vinton precincts will be among the first in our area to use the states new computerized voting machines.
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[Sports-head]


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Tonight in sports, five area teams go for state titles in the New River Valley, Tony Stewart conquers Pocono for the first time, and
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Scott Wise tries to defend his Roanoke Valley Golf Hall of Fame title at Hidden Valley.
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[WX-Head]
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Too many clouds, not enough sunshine, that kept temperatures on the cool side for most of the day. After some scattered showers this evening, Monday looks much better. Forecast details straight ahead.
[ANCHOR=Joy 3-shot]

News 7 at 6 is next. [Video-Open]
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[IN Q=He was in a coma]

((HE WAS IN A COMA FOR TEN DAYS, WHICH AT ONE POINT WE DIDN'T EVEN KNOW IF HE WAS EVEN GONNA WAKE UP.))
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[OUT Q=gonna wake up]
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Members of a Roanoke church celebrates the life of a high school graduate they call a miracle.
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[ANCHOR=Joy]


Good evening, I'm Joy Sutton, in for Teresa Hamilton.

[Mayo]


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Hundreds of local high school seniors graduated this weekend. But for one Magna Vista graduate it was a day his family thought may never come. Jennifer Wishon explains.
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[IN Q=Father we thank you]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]
[SUPER=01-Corey Mayo/Magna Vista Graduate; :09]
[SUPER=04-File Tape; :20]
[SUPER=01-Linda Mayo/Corey's Mother; :26]
[SUPER=01-Rev. Joseph Mayo/Corey's Father; :50]
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[SOT 48:42:16]
[IN Q=Father we thank]

((FATHER WE THANK YOU THANK THANK YOU JESUS.))
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[OUT Q=thank you Jesus]

Corey Mayo and his family had plenty to be thankful for Sunday morning.
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[SOT 41:48:09]
[IN Q=The accident was]

((COREY MAYO/MAGNA VISTA GRADUATE: THE ACCIDENT WAS VERY SERIOUS, HOW SERIOUS, I SEEN HOW IT WAS AND I THOUGHT I AIN'T NEVER GONNA GET BACK ON MY FEET.))
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[OUT Q=back on my feet]

An accident four years ago knocked Corey off his feet and his parent's feared he'd never walk again.
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[SOT 34:32:09]
[IN Q=He was completely]

((LINDA MAYO/COREY'S MOTHER: HE WAS COMPLETELY THROWN, TOSSED LIKE NOTHING.))
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[OUT Q=tossed like nothing]

Linda Mayo watched from the window as Corey was hit by a speeding car while walking to the bus stop.
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[SOT 35:00:06]
[IN Q=When we got to]

((LINDA MAYO/COREY'S MOTHER: WHEN WE GOT TO HIM HE WAS BLEEDING INTERNALLY THROUGH HIS MOUTH AND HIS BREATHING WAS VERY SHALLOW.))
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[OUT Q=was very shallow]

Corey sustained multiple injuries and was comatose for ten days.
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[SOT 30:30:11]
[IN Q=That is a devestating]

((REV. JOSEPH MAYO/COREY'S FATHER: THAT IS A DEVASTATING MOMENT TO LOOK AT YOUR CHILD AND TO CALL HIS NAME AND HE CAN'T RESPOND TO YOU AND ALL YOU CAN DO IS JUST PRAY AND BELIEVE GOD FOR A MIRACLE.))
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[OUT Q=for a miracle]

The Mayo's miracle child still has some problems with his leg, but on Saturday he and his brother J. J. walked across the stage at Magna Vista High School to receive their degrees.
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[IN Q=They were shocked]

((COREY MAYO: THEY WERE SHOCKED WHEN I GRADUATED.))
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[OUT Q=I graduated]

These days Corey focuses his time on music He plays the organ at church and wants to learn how to play the bass. But there are still reminders of the day that changed his life.
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[IN Q=I still have pains]

((COREY MAYO: I STILL HAVE PAINS AND ACHES AND I DON'T EVEN LOOK AT THAT NO MORE.))
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[OUT Q=that no more]

((Nat sound pop of music)) Corey says he's not sure what his future holds, but his parent's say if his past is any indication he's in good hands.
Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))

[City-Pools]


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Roanoke residents can now spend their days lounging by the city pools.
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[VO-NAT]
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Fallon Park and Washington Park pools opened for the summer today. Lifeguards at Fallon Park came in prepared to work, but cloudy skies kept swimmers away. City pools were scheduled to open Memorial Day weekend, but cold water forced them to stay closed.
A few warm days last week were enough to warm waters to regulation temperatures.
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[SOT 20:45:50:14]
[IN Q=Our weather temperature]

((HEATHER MITCHELL/FALLON PARK POOL MANAGER: OUR WEATHER TEMPERATURE GOT UP TO WHERE IT NEEDED TO BE. WE WERE HOPING FOR 70 AND THAT'S WHERE IT'S RIGHT AT. WE WERE HOPING FOR A LITTLE EXTRA SUNSHINE TODAY TO KEEP IT AT THAT TEMPERATURE, BUT THE SUN THAT WE HAD LAST WEEK WAS JUST ENOUGH TO BRING OUR WATER TEMPERATURE UP TO WHERE IT NEEDS TO BE.))
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Mitchell says now that the pool is open it will remain open for the summer. Children get in for one- dollar and adults swim for two.
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[Voting-Machines]


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Vinton voters should expect to see some new equipment at the polls on Tuesday..
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They'll submit their primary vote by touching a screen. New computerized voting machines are part of the "Help America Vote Act." Congress is providing states with federal money to help replace old voting machines. The new models have an audio feature for the blind and are moveable to better accommodate all handicapped voters.
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[IN Q=The actual machine]

((DIANE HENSON/ROANOKE CO. REGISTRAR: THE ACTUAL MACHINE YOU CAN PULL OUT FOR CURB- SIDE VOTING. YOU JUST UNHOOK IT, PICK IT UP, YOU'LL TAKE IT SO THEY WILL ALSO VOTE ON THAT MACHINE JUST LIKE INSIDE WHERE THEY USED TO HAVE TO VOTE BY PAPER BALLOT.))
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[OUT Q=vote by paper ballot]
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The machines also provide poll workers with a print- out detailing the number of votes each candidate receives. Henson hopes to purchase new machines for all county precincts by February of 20-04.
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[Tease#1]
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Still ahead on News 7 at 6, as more violence erupts in the Middle East,
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[VO-NAT]

a Waynesboro man says a truce between the Hatfields and McCoys can show the world that famous feuds can end peacefully.

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[Middle-East]


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The Bush administration is trying to keep the Middle East peace process on track. This after several attacks left 11 Israelis and Palestinians dead. Jennifer Miller has the story.
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[SUPER=01-Aziz Rantissi/Hamas Spokesman; :35]
[SUPER=01-Avi Pazner/Israeli Government Spokesman; :50]
[SUPER=01-Condoleezza Rice/National Security Adviser; 1:11]
[SUPER=@miller2; 1:20]
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[OUT Q=STD]

((IT WAS ONE OF THE BLOODIEST DAYS IN RECENT WEEKS...AND IT BEGAN AT THE BORDER BETWEEN ISRAEL AND THE GAZA STRIP. THREE PALESTINIANS APPROACHED THE CHECKPOINT, DRESSED AS ISRAELI SOLDERS AND OPENED FIRE. THE BATTLE KILLED THREE PALESTINIAN GUNMEN AND FOUR ISRAELIS. SEVERAL SMALLER ATTACKS FOLLOWED.
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THIS VIDEO SHOWS THE GUNMEN SITTING BEFORE FLAGS OF THE THREE PALESTINIAN MILITANT GROUPS ... THAT TEAMED UP TO CLAIM JOINT RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ATTACK. THEY WANT TO SEND A MESSAGE THAT THE U-S BACKED PEACE PLAN WILL FAIL.
(SOT: Aziz Rantissi/Hamas Spokesman)

"We are all against surrender in front of the aggression against Israelis, we are all saying that resistance will continue. SUNDAY'S ATTACKS WERE THE FIRST MAJOR STRIKE ON ISRAELIS SINCE PRESIDENT BUSHS PEACE SUMMIT WITH PALESTINAIN AND ISREALI LEADERS LAST WEEK.
(nat up of Mahmoud Abbas)

PALESTINIAN PRIME MINISTER MAHMOUD ABBAS CONDEMNED THE AMBUSH -- GETTING PALESTINIAN MILITANT GROUPS TO STOP ATTACKING ISRAELIS IS A KEY REQUIREMENT IN BUSH'S ROAD MAP TO PEACE.
(SOT: Avi Pazner/Israeli Government Spokesman)

We are expecting now that the Palestinian authority will do a hundred percent effort in order to curb terrorism
(SOT: Condoleezza Rice, National Security Adviser)

10:35:18 We cannot be set off course by the fact that there are some rejectionists who do not want to see peace, whose only purpose in life is conflict. THE U-S SAYS IT WILL HELP PALESTINIAN LEADERS REBUILD SECURITY FORCES TO COMBAT TERRORISTS. BUT AFTER SUNDAY'S ATTACKS THE ROADMAP TO PEACE LOOKS LONGER THAN EXPECTED. JENNIFER MILLER, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))

[VA-Profile]


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Can Palestinians and Israelis learn something about the road for peace from the mountains of West Virginia and Kentucky?
Descendants of America's most famous family feud say if they can resolve their differences, so can everyone else.
Steve Smallshaw talked with a Waynesboro man about what it's like to be part of the Hatfields and McCoys legacy... in this week's "Virginia Profile".
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(( Reo Hatfield is the owner of a successful international distribution company, a member of Waynesboro city council and a part-time police officer.
But it's his last name that's made him famous.
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((REO HATFIELD/HATFIELD FAMILY DESCENDANT: AS SOON AS MY NAME'S, THE HATFIELD NAME, OBVIOUSLY THE FIRST THING THAT COMES OUT OF THEIR MOUTH IS 'WAS THERE A FEUD BETWEEN THE HATFIELDS AND THE MCCOYS?'))
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[OUT Q=and McCoys?]


America's bloodiest and best-known family conflict took place in the mountainous border region between West Virginia and Kentucky in the late 19th century.
The causes were varied: a stolen pig here, a failed courtship there...eventually more than a dozen people from both sides were killed.
[SOT 11:48:45]

((REO HATFIELD: LIKE ANYTHING ELSE IT WAS NOT QUITE AS BLOODY AS THEY MADE IT OUT TO BE. BUT IT WASN'T A GOOD TIME, IT WASN'T A GOOD THING. BUT DURING THOSE TIMES IT WAS LIKE COWBOY AND INDIAN DAYS, WE LOOK BACK AT THOSE EVEN THOUGH THEY WERE BRUTAL AT TIMES, WE LOOK BACK AT THOSE WITH SOME SORT OF PRIDE.))
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[OUT Q=sort of pride.]


Indeed, growing up Hatfield is a badge of honor Reo and his children have worn proudly.
Hostilities between the two families ended more than a century ago, and starting in 1999, the Hatfield and McCoy family reunion has drawn thousands of people to tiny Pikeville, Kentucky.
Next week they'll meet again.. and this time the two families will sign a truce, officially ending their feud.
[SOT 11:50:53]

((HATFIELD: IT IS SYMBOLIC, THERE'S NO FEUDING GOING ON SPECIFICALLY BUT IT NEVER DID END. THE NEW BUZZWORD IN THE WORLD TODAY IS CLOSURE, SO WE'RE BRINGING CLOSURE TO IT AND ALSO GIVING THE SIGN TO THE WORLD THAT HEY WE'RE STOPPING THIS.))
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[OUT Q=stopping this.]


The Hatfields and McCoys want the rest of the world to know that differences can be resolved without violence.. and that even the deepest divisions can be bridged.
[SOT 11:50:31]

((HATFIELD: WE FELT LIKE THAT WE OUGHT TO LET THE WORLD KNOW THAT THEY CAN DO WHAT WE'RE DOING, SIGN A TRUCE AMONG THEMSELVES, WORK OUT THEIR PROBLEMS AS BEST THEY CAN, BUT DO IT IN A CIVILIZED MANNER. AND SO WE SAID WE'RE GOING TO SIGN A TRUCE TO SHOW THE WORLD THEY CAN DO THE SAME THING. WE'RE THE ONES THAT'S FAMOUS SO YOU ALL DO WHAT WE DO.))
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[OUT Q=what we do.]


It makes you hope the Arabs and Israelis will be watching.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Waynesboro. ))


[Tease#2]
[ANCHOR=Joy]
[SS=NONE]

Still ahead on the newscast, there may be perils in buying pills online...
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[VO-NAT]

and also Tony Stewart tames the track in the mountains of Pennsylvania. We'll have all the highlights coming up in sports.
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[Health-Review]


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In this week's health review, A life saving transplant for a Roanoke County toddler, and beware of the risks if you buy medications on the internet.

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[IN Q=18 month old Makenzie Blackburn]
[SUPER=01-Misty Bishop/Family Friend; :20]
[SUPER=01-Shannon Abell/LOA Area Agency on Aging; :50]
[SUPER=@Joy2; 1:42]
[SUPER=01-Dan Anderson/Friendship Pharmacy; 1:58]
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[OUT Q=when you do that.]

(( 18 month old Makenzie Blackburn wasn't expected to live much past her second birthday without a bowel transplant.
She suffers from a rare condition that left her bowel useless.
But in late April she received her transplant and is now recovering at Pittsburg hospital.
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[SOT3:24:04]
[IN Q=Makenzie has always been an amazing]

((MAKENZIE HAS ALWAYS BEEN AN AMAZING CHILD. SHE HAS DEALT WITH THE ADVERSITY. WE'RE VERY OPTIMISTIC AT THE SAME TIME WE'RE REALISTIC IN THE FACT THAT THERE'S ALWAYS A CHANCE OF REJECTION. HOPEFULLY THIS WILL OFFER HER A LONG AND HEALTHY LIFE )) [RUNS19]
[OUT Q=and healthy life]


But it will be several months before Makenzie can return home --an even then her recovery will take time.
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In other health news, Congress is expected to take up the issue of a prescription drug plan for seniors this session. But some wonder if it will ever happen.
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[SOT 3:12:30]
[IN Q=I'm not optimistic]

((I'M NOT OPTIMISTIC THAT ANY TIME IN THE NEAR FUTURE THAT THERE WILL BE A TRUE DRUG BENEFIT TO HELP PEOPLE HERE IN ROANOKE)) [RUNS06]
[OUT Q=here in Roanoke]


The President unveiled his proposal in March which offers a Medicare-endorsed drug discount card --with a six-hundred dollars subsidy for low income seniors. Long term his plan calls for broader coverage by giving seniors a variety of health plans to choose from.
[SOT3:14;20]
[IN Q=There needs to be a simple flat fee]

(( THERE NEEDS TO BE A SIMPLE FLAT FEE. THAT THEY CAN GO TO THE PHARMACY GET WHATEVER MEDICINE IS REQUIRED, FOR A CO-PAY LIKE 15, 25, 35 LIKE MANY STANDARD COMPANIES PROVIDE STANDARD DRUG CARDS TO ITS EMPLOYEES)) [RUNS15]
[OUT Q=to its employees]
[TAPE#=502-03 1:36:04]


And finally in medical news, Many Internet marketers selling on-line medication are not only offering lowering prices but sending unsolicited e-mails to get consumers to buy.
But pharmacist Dan Anderson says be leery don't trust any site unless you are familiar with the company who runs it and be cautious of those that offer a prescription without a face-to-face medical exam.
[SOT3:07]
[IN Q=There have been death that have occurred]

((THERE HAVE BEEN DEATHS THAT HAVE OCCURRED BECAUSE PEOPLE WENT OUTSIDE THE NORMAL MEANS OF OBTAINING PRESCRIPTION AND HAD TERRIBLE REACTIONS OCCUR BECAUSE THEY WERE NOT FAMILIAR WITH THE INTERACTION THAT COULD OCCUR. SO YOU TAKE YOUR HEALTH AT GREAT RISK WHEN YOU DO THAT)) [RUNS15]
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Coming up, James River brings home the Group A softball hardware, Glenvar comes up short in its bid for state baseball rings, and
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and Tony Stewart takes the checkered flag in the Pocono 500.
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The James River Knights have ridden the arm of Angela Tincher all season long and gotten timely hitting in crucial spots. John Shotwell's crew can now call itself a state champion after using the same formula today against Northumberland. Mike Stevens has more from Radford.
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[SUPER=01-John Shotwell/James River Head Coach; :56]
[SUPER=01-Claire Campbell/Scored Game Winning Run; 1:06]
[SUPER=01-Angela Tincher/18 Strikeouts vs. Northumberland; 1:18]
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The Glenvar Highlanders baseball team wasn't quite as fortunate today against Essex.
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[SUPER=03-Radford/Glenvar vs. Essex; :00]


The umbrellas were back out at Dedmon Center Park but only to block out the sunshine.
Glenvar got off on the right foot in the top of the first. Catcher BJ Edwards guns down Dexter Hickman trying to steal second.
But you don't go 19 and oh without answering the opposition. After a Harold Mozingo double, Antwan Gaines singles home Mozingo who was drafted in the 15th round by the Mets this past week. Essex led 1-nothing.
Glenvar had to play a near perfect game. But here a passed ball puts another runner in scoring position. Mistakes hurt the Highlanders most of the day.
[SUPER=34-Essex/22/Glenvar/3/;]


Essex put on an offensive show rarely seen at this level, to cap off a perfect 20 and oh season by beating Glenvar in the title tilt 22 to 3.
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In the double A contest, Amherst took care of Stuarts Draft 6-nothing. We'll have some highlights at 11.[S-Soccer

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In Group Two A Girls Soccer, Salem played in the title game for the first time ever, battling Loudon County.
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Due to sloppy conditions at the Dedmon Center soccer field, the contest was moved to Bobcat Stadium at Radford High.
Salem trailed 2-1 in the second half before scoring twice. This one finds the net off the foot of Whitney Thompson. It was 3-2 Spartans with 30 minutes to go.
Salem then tried to play some defense. This Loudon Valley shot misfires off the crossbar thanks to keeper JR Ray.

[SUPER=34-Loudon Valley/2/Salem/3/;]

Late in the game, Loudon Valley had a chance to tie on the corner kick, but the Spartans clear it and go on to win the championship 3 to 2.
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In the Boys ranks, Blacksburg and Chancellor are underway and the Indians lead 1-nothing at the half. Highlights

on the way at 11.[S-Race]


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To the track, where it was a great afternoon for a Sunday drive thru the Poconos. Only it wasn't a very leisurely ride for some.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Long Pond, PA/Fox Sports; :00]


Ken Schrader got the madness started with this wild ride thanks to a brake failue just 8 laps in. He backs into the wall before getting upside down and eventually catching fire. Schrader was able to walk away from that scary situation.
Dale Jarrett then cuts down a tire causing him to lose control of the UPS machine. Jarrett too had to escape the flames shooting from his car. D-J finished 42nd.
With just 3 laps to go, Terry Labonte runs right over Jeff Green. Green ends up making hard contact with the inside retaining barrier bringing out the 5th and final caution of the day.
That allowed Tony Stewart to take the checkered flag under caution for his first Pocono win and his first victory of the season.
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[SUPER=01-Tony Stewart/First Pocono Win; :00]
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[OUT Q=get this one done today."]
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[SUPER=0106-1. Tony Stewart//2. Mark Martin//3. Matt Kenseth//4. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.//5. Ryan Newman//;]
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[SUPER=0106-6. Sterling Marlin//7. Terry Labonte//8. Ward Burton//9. Elliott Sadler//10. Ricky Craven//;]
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[SUPER=0106-11. Todd Bodine//12. Jimmie Johnson//13. Jeff Gordon//14. Jeff Burton//15. Jeremy Mayfield//;]
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[SUPER=0106-16. Rusty Wallace//17. Bobby Labonte//18. Michael Waltrip//19. Bill Elliott//20. Greg Biffle//;]
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[SUPER=0106-21. Casey Mears//22. Jack Sprague//23. John Andretti//24. Kevin Harvick//25. Johnny Benson//;]
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[S-Golf]


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[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-139 TC15215]
[GRAPHIC=PGA Tour]


On the PGA Tour today, Rory Sabbatini is the third round leader at the Capital Open at 11-under par. Ashley Plantation Pro Chip Sullivan fired an even par 71 today and sits at 2-over for the tournament.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


Closer to home, the final round of the Roanoke Valley Hall of Fame took center stage at Hidden Valley.
Tech golfer Scott Wise was bidding to become the 4th back to back winner in the 30 year history of the event.
Wise puts this chip to within about 6 feet.
He got some heat today from Scott Griffin of Botetourt. Griffin comes up just sort on the birdie effort. The go(------------) lfers are still on the course. We'll have final results later tonight.