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Coming up on News 7- After months of controversy, Virginia Republicans gain a new chairman.
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President Bush prepares to address the nation for the first time since war with Iraq began. He was buried alive in a glass coffin-- now a new bag of tricks for this modern day Houdini.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Plus, highlights from Tech and U-V-A. News 7 is next.

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((GLORIA MANNS: WE'RE REAL PLEASED, WE HAVE THE NORMAL KINKS AND THINGS, BUT WE'VE BEEN REAL PLEASED SINCE THE SCHOOL OPENED.))
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The Roanoke City School Board works to put controvery behind them.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[School-Board]


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The school year is in full swing in Roanoke and that means the school board is hard at work. Jennifer Wishon sat in on a workshop today to find out what's in store.
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((REVIEWS OF ALL THE THINGS WE HAVE TO REVIEW FOR THE STUDENTS.))
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Students are off for the weekend, but Roanoke City School Board Members were hard at work Saturday. Their workshop agenda included everything from disciplinary action to the role the public plays at school board meetings.
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((JENNIFER WISHON/REPORTING: ROANOKE CITY STUDENTS HAVE BEEN BACK IN THE CLASSROOM FOR TWO WEEKS NOW, BUT THEY'RE NOT THE ONLY ONES LEARNING. THE ROANOKE CITY SCHOOL BOARD BECAME WIRED BACK IN JULY, THEY NOW CONDUCT BUSINESS USING LAPTOP COMPUTERS, BUT THEY'RE STILL GETTING USED TO THEIR NEW TECHNOLOGY.))
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((GLORIA MANNS: SO THE WHOLE ISSUE WITH EMAIL AND WHAT IT SHOULD BE AND WHAT DO WE DO AS FAR AS FOYA IS CONCERNED, IT'S ALL NEW TO US. SO THIS IS WHY WE DID SOME REFRESHING THIS MORNING, MAKING SURE WE WERE ON TASK.))
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The new system serves two goals: board members download information from the web and the public can view meeting agendas and other information on the board's webpage. New board members Kathy Stockburger and David Trinkle used the workshop to learn more about the way city schools operate.
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((DAVID TRINKLE: THE SCHOOL BOARD HAS MUCH MORE OF A ROLE AND MUCH MORE OF A RESPONSIBILITY THAN I EVER IMAGINED SO IT'S BEEN A BIG LEARNING EXPERIENCE TRYING TO FIGURE THAT OUT AND MY ROLE IN IT.))
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The past school year ended in the midst of growing concerns about school safety, but Superintendent Wayne Harris says keeping students safe has always been the board's top priority.
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((WAYNE HARRIS: SCHOOLS IN ROANOKE ARE SAFE AND THEY ARE ORDERLY. AS WITH ANY SCHOOL ANYWHERE THERE ARE TIMES THAT STUDENTS DON'T DO WHAT YOU WOULD WANT THEM TO DO AND WE HAVE IN PLACE A WAY TO DEAL WITH THAT TO WORK WITH STUDENTS SO THEY CAN LEARN WHAT IS APPROPRIATE BEHAVIOR.))
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Besides a few kinks here and there, board members say if the first few weeks are any indication, it's going to be a stellar year. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Roanoke.))

[M'ville-Accident]


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A teenager suffered head and chest injuries after being struck on a bike in Martinsville this afternoon. Police say 13- year old Tremayne Terry was riding a bicycle on A Street, did not stop at an intersection, and was hit by a pickup truck Terry was transported to Memorial Hospital in Martinsville, and transferred to Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem. Right now, police are not releasing his condition.

[GOP-Chair]


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The Virginia Republican Party gained a new chairman today. Kate Obenshain Griffin was elected on a unanimous voice vote after her rival for the seat withdrew his name from consideration. The 34- year old is a housewife and longtime party activist.
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Griffin replaces Gary Thomson, who resigned after reports surfaced that he failed to stop Ed Matricardi from distributing written transcripts of a secretly recorded conference call involving the Democratic Party.
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[Fabian]


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The damage is being added up in Bermuda, after a direct hit from a powerful hurricane, and Florida residents are grateful for a near-miss. Elizabeth Sanchez has more.
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((BERMUDA RESIDENTS...WHO HAVEN'T SEEN A HURRICANE THIS POWERFUL IN FIFTY YEARS - ARE ASSESSING THE DAMAGE NOW - RETURNING TO THEIR HOMES AND BUSINESSES TO BEGIN THE CLEAN-UP. HURRICANE FABIAN HELD NOTHING BACK, CHURNING THE BRITISH ISLANDS WITH 120 MILE PER HOUR WINDS. IT MAY PROVE TO BE DEADLY. FOUR PEOPLE REMAIN MISSING, THEIR VEHICLES SWALLOWED UP BY THE POWERFUL STORM. 10 FOOT HIGH WAVES POUNDED THE SHORES AS TREES SPLIT IN HALF - TENS OF THOUSANDS LEFT WITHOUT POWER. FABIAN PUT TO TEST MANY NEW HOMES BUILT TO WITHSTAND WINDS UP TO 110 MILES PER HOUR. THE BRITISH TERRITORY HAS ALSO BURIED MANY OF ITS POWER AND PHONE LINES... EVEN SO THERE IS EXTENSIVE DAMAGE AND NUMEROUS INJURIES.
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IT WAS THE OPPOSITE CASE IN FLORIDA, TROPICAL STORM HENRI LOST ITS PUNCH, WEAKENING TO A TROPICAL DEPRESSION. HEAVY RAIN WAS THE MAJOR SIGN - CAUSING VERY LITTLE DAMAGE - EXCEPT IN A FEW POCKETS, ONE OF WHICH WAS WHERE THE MELADYS (MEH-LADY)LIVE. AFTER 23 YEARS IN THE SAME HOUSE, THE COUPLE IS LOOKING AT A TOTAL LOSS: SUPER: KAREN JERRY MELADY
SOT: WE PUT EVERYTHING IN BLOCKS, BUT ITS OVER THE BLOCKS

WITH TROPICAL STORM HENRI AND HURRICANE FABIAN NOW OUT TO SEA, METEOROLOGISTS ARE KEEPING AN EYE ON THE RAPICLY DEVELOPING TROPICAL STORM ISABEL - OFF THE AFRICAN COAST. ISABEL IS THE NINTH NAMED STORM OF THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON AND IS NOT EXPECTED TO MAKE LANDFALL FOR SEVERAL DAYS.))



[Franklin-Library]


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The town of Rocky Mount will soon be home to a new library. But it will take a community effort to make the next chapter come to life.
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The Franklin County library will open in the spring, but needs new furniture and equipment. So, today a festival and fundraiser were held at the Farmers' Market in Rocky Mount. The fundraiser is just one part of a campaign to raise 350- thousand dollars.
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((THE INSIDE OF THE LIBRARY, WHICH IS WHAT BRINGS THE LIBRARY TO LIFE, HAS TO BE EQUIPPED WITH MODERN COMPUTER SOFTWARE, HARDWARE, WE NEED FURNISHING FOR THE LIBRARY INCLUDING SHELVING AND CIRCULATION DESKS AND ALL THE THINS THAT WE NEED TO HOUSE ALL OF OUR COLLECTION AND THIS WILL CELEBRATE AND BENEFIT THAT FUND.))
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The new library will open on Franklin Street in May of next year.
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Still to come on the newscast, George Bush is preparing to address the nation about the violence in Iraq. We'll hear what top democrats have to say the day before...
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and also, we'll show you the latest addition to the Virginia State Police's arsenal. All that and more when we return.
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President Bush speaks to the nation tomorrow night on why it's important to stay the course in Iraq. Bush will give a 15- minutes address at 8 thirty eastern time. Mark Knoller has more.
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((v/o#1: it will be the first time pres bush has addressed the nation from the white house since march 19th - the night

the war in Iraq began. nearly six months later, mr bush finds himself under growing political and international pressure to explain why american personnel and others in Iraq still find themselves under daily attack. it's one of the leading campaign issues of the democrats running to challenge him next year.
(SOT GEPHARDT) (dem debate, 3rd add) We can't afford a billion dollars a week. We can't be losing all the people that

are lost over there.
(SOT KERRY) (dem debate, 4th add) The president didn't do it. He failed in his diplomacy, he rushed to war against

our warnings, and he has now inherited the wind, so to speak.
(SOT EDWARDS) (debate, 8th add) We have young men and women in a shooting gallery right now. And the primary reason fo

r that is because this president had no plan.
v/o#2: in president bush's view, the case for remaining engaged in iraq in self-evident.
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. THERE WILL BE NO RETREAT.12
v/o#3: but even a president who doesn't like to consult polls cannot escape their unmistakable message in recent weeks:

the american people need reassuring that the US presence in iraq is worth the cost in lives and money. and his arguments take on added urgency - if the mideast peace process collapses as a result of the resignation of palestinian prime minister abbas. o/c close: with those concerns in mind, pres bush will make the case that progress is being made in iraq. but he'll reach out to the united nations and again concede america needs the help of additional foreign troops. and more than anything else - he'll renew american resolve to finish the job. mk, cbsn, the wht hs))

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This week, the Virginia State Police showed off its newest vehicle used by the tactical team.
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In March, the state bought seven of these armored personel carriers, one for each division of the State Police. The vehicles were purchased through federal funds made available for homeland security, at a price tag of 165- thousand dollars apiece.
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((SGT. JASON HAGA/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE TACTICAL TEAM; WE WOULD USE THESE IN ANY HOSTAGE SITUATION WHERE WEAPONS ARE INVOLVED OR A BARRICADED SUBJECT WERE WEAPONS ARE INVOLVED. WE COULD USE THIS TO DRIVE UP TO THE RESIDENCE, AND START COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE SUBJECT. DROP OFF ANY SORT ITEMS SUCH AS A PHONE, AND WE CAN ALSO DEPLOY FROM THIS VEHICLE))
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Each vehicle is bulletproof, and has a gun turret, gun ports, a camera mounted on the top, and can comfortably seat 10 policemen in full tactical gear. So far, the personel carrier based out of Salem has only been used for training purposes.
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A Black Hawk Helicopter touched down in Roanoke earlier today.
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It was all part of an open house held by the Army National Guard.
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((CHESTER CARTER/ARMY NATIONAL GUARD LIEUTENANT COLONEL: SOLDIERS FROM PULASKI TO BEDFORD HAVE COME IN HERE TO ROANOKE AND WHAT THEY'RE DOING IS GOING THROUGH SOME ROUTINE INFANTRY TRAINING AND WHAT WE'RE SEEING IS THE TYPE OF TRAINING THAT THESE TYPE OF SOLDIERS PARTICIPATE IN EVERY MONTH.))
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About 20 soldiers took part in a rappelling training session.
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((CHESTER CARTER: THE AIRCRAFT YOU SEE BEHIND US IS THE LATEST AND GREATEST THAT'S BEING USED BY THE UNITED STATES ARMY. IT'S USED TO HAUL PEOPLE, IT'S USED TO HAUL CARGO AND THAT'S THE GENERAL MISSION FOR THIS TYPE OF AIRCRAFT.))
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Carter says the Army National Guard is unique because they're called out in times of war on the federal level, but also respond to state emergencies like severe weather.
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Still to come on the newscast, soon citizens in Roanoke will have to license mopeds. Today, police took to the streets to get the word out.
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and also, imagine spending a month and a half like this. Illusionist David Blaine begins his latest high profile stunt.
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[Moped-Registration]


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Moped owners in Roanoke got tagged today.
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Roanoke Police set up shop at Advance Auto on Orange Avenue to get the city's Mopeds registered. Police estimate there are 500 to one- thousand mopeds in the city. By the first of October owners will have to register their mopeds and purchase tags.
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((E.L. HOPKINS/ROANOKE CITY POLICE: THE TAG ITSELF IS A FIVE DOLLAR REGISTRATION FEE AND IT'S GOOD FOR AS LONG AS YOU OWN THE MOPED AND IF YOU BUY A NEW MOPED THEN YOU CAN PAY ANOTHER FIVE DOLLAR FEE AND GET THE TAG TRANSFERRED TO THAT OTHER MOPED SO IT'S A CONSTANT THING AND THE FEE IS JUST TO COVER THE COSTS OF THE PLATES.))
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Police say the tags will help them keep moped operators in check. Owners are happy because they believe the tags will cut down on theft. Registering mopeds is new in Roanoke, but police didn't have to look far for an example.
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((E.L. HOPKINS/ROANOKE CITY POLICE: I'VE WORKED WITH LYNCHBURG BECAUSE THEY ADOPTED ONE IN 2000 OR 1999 SO I WENT THROUGH THEM AND TALKED TO THEIR CRIME PREVENTION UNIT DOWN THERE, THEIR lieutenant AND HE SENT ME SOME PAPER WORK AND WE PRETTY MUCH GHOSTED WHAT THEIR ORDINANCE IS.))
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The next moped registration is September 20th at the Advance Auto store on 13th Street. After that, police say moped owners can register at the main police station.

[Blaine-Magic]


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Illusionist David Blaine spent his first full day locked in a Plexiglas box suspended high above London's River Thames (Tims).
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He's supposed to spend six weeks up there in solitary confinement where he will have no food and only a tube for water. The modern day Houdini has buried himself alive in a glass coffin and encased himself in a block of ice. He says this stunt is the most dangerous he has ever performed. The 30 year old New Yorker stepped into the box last night.
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Coming up, Tech shuts out JMU, the Wahoos lose a chicken fight in the Palmetto State, and racin' from the state capital and diamond action from the Hill City, but first tonight's extra point, there won't be an Andre Agassi/Andy Roddick final at the US Open,
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Roddick held up his end of the bargain, winning a five set semi against David Nalbandian, but Agassi was ousted by Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero, 6-4, 6-3, 3-6 and 6-4. Ferrero displayed a wide variety of shot making skills, and tallied 51 winners to 47 for Agassi.
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[S-Tech]


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Tech improved to 2 and oh today overcoming a feisty JMU team and surviving a scare. Mike Stevens has more from Lane Stadium in Blacksburg.
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[S-UVA]


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With injured quarterback Matt Schaub watching from the sidelines, the Virginia Cavaliers never got in sync today at South Carolina with Anthony Martinez under center. Martinez threw two picks and muffed a handoff that led to a Gamecock score.
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[SUPER=03-Columbia, SC/Jefferson-Pilot Sports; :00]


80 thousand plus were on hand at Williams-Brice Stadium, where the only bright spot for the Hoos was the running of Alvin Pearman. Pearman rushed for 91 yards on the day. His 5 yard TD jaunt in the second quarter gave UVA the lead 7-3.
But the Gamecocks pulled out all the stops. Backed up to the one yard line Dondrial Pinkins fired on the slant to Troy Williamson and Williamson found nothing but daylight. The play went for a record setting 99 yard score to make it 10-7 SC.
[SUPER=36-Virginia #15/7/South Carolina/31/;]

Pinkins also rushed for a touchdown of his own as South Carolina whipped Virginia 31 to 7.
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[S-Ferrum]


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[WIPE TO ENG!!]
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Ferrum opened the season in style this afternoon at home against Wesley.
Moncrief Holmes got the party started taking the pigskin on the inside handoff scooting 35 yards to the house. Ferrum led it 6-nothing.
A little later, Terrell Mulford takes off on a 30 yard TD scamper. The Panthers led it 21 to 6 at
[SUPER=36-Wesley/6/Ferrum/24/;]

the half and went on to win it 24 to 6.
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VMI was also in action this afternoon and the Keydets made short work of Davidson 31 to 9.

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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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[SUPER=03-Winston-Salem/ABC Sports; :00]


Around the country today, big upsets. Chris Barclay rushed for 90 yards and a touchdown as Wake Forest shocked number 11 NC State, jumping out to a 25 point lead and holding on for a 38-24 win over the Pack.
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/ABC Sports; :]


Auburn is oh and two to start the season after Georgia Tech freshman quarterback Reggie Ball engineered a 17 to 3 upset of the Tigers.
[SUPER=03-State College, PA/ABC Sports; :]


And Happy Valley wasn't very happy today after Boston College got 156 yards on the ground from Derrick Knight. The Eagles roughed up the Nittany Lions 27 to 24.
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[S-Fleming]


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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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In the high school ranks, William Fleming and Pulaski locked up at Victory Stadium in a grudge match.
Fleming turned the ball over three times in the first half. Right here Brandon Anderson picks off the Dere Hicks pass, part of a defensive first half that ended scoreless.
Fleming got things moving in the third quarter when Dwayne Priest breaks off a nice run, cutting back across the field. The fleet feet get him all the way down to the Cougar one yard line.
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Hicks would punch it in on the sneak for the night's only touchdown as Fleming slipped past Pulaski 6 to 3.
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The Chevy Rock & Roll 400 lived up to its name in Richmond tonight.
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They call it the action track for a reason. The backstretch is a mess after this collision that took out Steve Park, Dave Blaney, and Kyle Petty among others.
A little later, this is not a replay, but the big stackup happens again. This time Jamie McMurray and John Andretti get the worst of things.
With less than ten laps to go Ricky Rudd makes contact with Kevin Harvick. But things really got interesting after the race when Harvick went looking for Rudd.
Both crews got a little hot under the collar. No one in the group was really happy.
But hey, Ryan Newman was plenty happy, recording his 6th win of the season.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
[SUPER=01-Ryan Newman/6th Win of the Season; :00]
[RUNS=:08]
[OUT Q=for Penske racing."]
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[go to chyron] [go to motion]
[SUPER=#556;]
[SUPER=X5013;]
[SUPER=0106-1. Ryan Newman//2. Jeremy Mayfield//3. Ricky Rudd//4. Jeff Burton//5. Rusty Wallace//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0106-6. Bobby Labonte//7. Matt Kenseth//8. Terry Labonte//9. Johnny Benson//10. Jeff Gordon//;]
[SUPER=X5009;]
[SUPER=0106-11. Jimmie Johnson//12. Mike Wallace//13. Mark Martin//14. John Andretti//15. Ward Burton//;]
[RUNS=:15]
[OUTCUE=last driver."]
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[S-Hillcats]


[ANCHOR=travis]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=twe]
[TAPE#=SP-155 TC3401]
[GRAPHIC=Hillcats]


We finish up on the diamond where the Lynchburg Hillcats continued defense of their Carolina League Championship in Game one of the Mills Cup Series against Winston-Salem.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Warthogs vs. Hillcats; :00]


The Warthogs jumped all over Lynchburg starter Bobby Bradley early in this one.
Winston-Salem led it 4 to nothing following this gapper to left center field that scored Daylan Holt as Bradley lasted less than two innings.
The Hillcats tried to climb back into it when Walter Young smacks a shot down the line in left
[SUPER=37-Winston-Salem/10/Lynchburg/6/;]

(------------) plating Brandon Chavez and Jeff Keppinger for a 4-2 game. But Winston-Salem took game one 10 to 6.