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Coming up on News 7-
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Residents in Virginia and North Carolina continue to pick up the pieces. The latest on the clean- up from Hurricane Isabel is just ahead. Millions may live in the big Apple-- but it was the apple itself that drew a big crowd to Boones Mill today.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]

Plus, Martinsville's Nancy Redd shines at the Miss America pageant. News 7 is next.


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((FRANCES GUILL: THEY TOLD US IT MIGHT BE TOMORROW, IT MIGHT BE A WEEK SO WE HAVE OUR FINGERS CROSSED.))
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[OUT Q=our fingers crossed]
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Millions of people across Virginia learn to make do without power.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
[GRAPHIC=News 7 at 11]

Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.

[Appomattox]


[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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It's been two days since Hurricane Isabel drove through Virginia, but thousands of Central Virginia residents are still feeling her aftermath. As Jennifer Wishon reports, it could be a week or more until some residents see the light.
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[SUPER=03-Appomattox Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Garland Doss/Appomattox Resident; :08]
[SUPER=01-Greg Heath/Williams Gas Pipeline Employee; :47]
[SUPER=01-Frances Guill/Appomattox Visitor's Center; 1:05]
[SUPER=01-Mark Malkiewicz/True Value Owner; 1:14]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1; 1:33]
[SUPER=01-Wilton Burgess/Kwik E Food Stores Owner; 1:44]
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[OUT Q=JW, News 7, Appomattox County.]

(([45:58 - NATS OF RAKING DEBRIS] Garland Doss spent Saturday cleaning up after Isabel and living without the comforts of electricity.
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[SOT 44:53:26]
[IN Q=We're apt to be out of]

((GARLAND DOSS: WE'RE APT TO BE OUT OF ELECTRICITY FOR A GOOD WHILE, PROBABLY SIX MORE DAYS, BUT WE'LL JUST DO LIKE WE DID IN THE OLDEN TIMES AND DO THE BEST WE CAN.))
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[OUT Q=the best we can]

Appomattox officials say power to residents in the town may be restored in a few days, but because of scenes like this, the 16, 000 residents who live outside the town could be in the dark for another 7 to 10 days. [Quick nats of water being poured] That's why the Appomattox Fire Department is providing clean water for drinking and flushing. Water is also available at the Williams Gas Pipeline Company, where people are taking it any way they can.
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[IN Q=You name it they're]

((GREG HEATH: YOU NAME IT THEY'RE PUTTING IT IN THERE. WE'VE SEEN BUCKETS, FLOWER POTS, COOLERS, FIVE GALLON CONTAINERS, BIG 250 GALLON CONTAINERS, 55 GALLON DRUMS.))
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Despite the lack of power, people from as far as Texas are still flocking to visit the historic Appomattox Court House.
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((FRANCES GUILL: THE PARK GROUNDS ARE OPEN BUT THE BUILDINGS ARE NOT.))
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Some businesses are also continuing in the dark... and transacting business the old fashion way.
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[IN Q=Back to how it]

((MARK MALKIEWICZ: BACK TO HOW IT USED TO BE PROBABLY A LONG TIME AGO, PENCIL AND PAPER, RUNNING AROUND TRYING TO GET PRICES. MY STORE IS COMPLETELY COMPUTERIZED SO I DON'T HAVE INDIVIDUAL STICKERS ON THINGS SO IT'S VERY TIME CONSUMING.))
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True Value has just about sold out of flash lights and electrical cords for generators.
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[IN Q=With all the generators]

((JENNIFER WISHON/REPORTING: WITH ALL THE GENERATORS HUMMING AROUND TOWN THE GAS STATIONS THAT ARE OPEN ARE HOPING WITH BUSINESS. THIS AMOCO ON COURT STREET IS ALSO PROVIDING SOMETHING PEOPLE SEVERELY NEED... ICE.))
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((WILTON BURGESS/KWIK E FOODS: I TWISTED A MAN'S ARM TO BRING THE ICE DOWN HERE BECAUSE YOU KNOW HOW IT IS, THEY HAVE ICE GOING EVERYWHERE, BUT HE BROUGHT ME ABOUT 2,200 BAGS AND WE'RE JUST ABOUT OUT OF IT.))
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[OUT Q=about out of it]

Burgess says he'll continue to sell gas and ice until both run out. Water at the fire department and Williams Gas will also be available until power is restored. But until then, all signs say residents of Central Virginia will remember Isabel for a long time to come. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Appomattox County.))

[Warner-Ridge]


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At least 29- deaths have been blamed on Isabel-- 16 of them in Virginia. Today-- Governor Warner and the Secretary of Homeland Defense toured parts of Virginia reassuring residents and viewing the aftermath of the storm.
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The Governor says getting electricity back is the government's main objective, and residents should make sure they have potable water.
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[IN Q=Their top ]

((THEIR TOP PRIORITY IS TO GET POWER RESTORED TO HOSPITALS AND WATER SUPPLIES.)) ((TOM RIDGE/SECRETARY OF HOMELAND DEFENSE-OUR JOBS RIGHT NOW, NOW THAT THE STORM HAS PASSED, IT TO GET PEOPLE ON GROUND SO PEOPLE TO PEOPLE CONTACT, EYEBALL TO EYEBALL, WHAT ARE YOUR PROBLEMS, HERE HOW WE CAN HELP YOU SOLVE THOSE PROBLEMS , WORK WITH INDIVIDUALS, WORK WITH FAMILIES, WORK WITH BUSINESSES, REMOVE THE DEBRIS AND MOVE THIS ALONG AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.))
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Ridge says FEMA had tractor trailers loaded with generators and other supplies on the road as soon as they knew Hurricane Isabel would hit land. Today-- 25 localities were added to an already long list of areas receiving disaster assistance, including Danville, Staunton, and Rockbridge and Augusta Counties.
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[Isabel]


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People along North Carolinas outer banks made their way back home today. Curfews have started to lift and damage assessment is underway. But as Stacy Case reports-- the wait for help could be a long one.
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[SUPER=01-Debbie Napolitano/Cottage Manager; :07]
[SUPER=01-Graham Sherrod/Home Owner; :35]
[SUPER=01-Gov. Mike Easley/(D) North Carolina; :57]
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((Nats of waves THE FALL FISHING SEASON IS A BIG CATCH FOR THIS NAGS HEAD COUPLE. SUPER: Nick Napolitano/Cottage Manager Trout, flounder, stripers, you cant beat it. THESE COTTAGES ARE USUALLY BOOKED THROUGH NOV. SUPER: Debbie Napolitano/Cottage Manager I will be making a lot of phone calls tomorrow telling them dont come before you call. SOME COTTAGES WEATHERED ISABEL, OTHERS DIDNT. THIS TOUR OF SOUTH NAGS HEAD SHOWS JUST HOW MUCH ISABEL TOOK THIS AREA IS STILL CORDONED OFF. HOMEOWNERS CANT GET IN. Nats were gonna march to city hall FRUSTRATED HOMEOWNERS STOOD OUTSIDE THE POLICE LINE AND WAITED. SUPER: Graham Sherrod/Home Owner All I want to do is go down and find out the damage I have and then I want to leave. Nats of chopper THESE AERIALS SHOW ANOTHER HARD HIT SECTION. HATTERAS ISLAND. SEVERAL PEOPLE ARE STUCK THERE. THEY CANT GET IN THEY CANT GET OUT. HOMELAND SECURITY SECRETARY TOM RIDGE OFFERED A HELPING HAND TO VA AND NORTH CAROLINA. SUPER: Gov. Mike Easley/(D) North Carolina. STAND UP CLOSE.))

[Rockbridge-Co]


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The Rockbridge County High School football team took to the field this evening, but they played with heavy hearts.

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Last Saturday, cheerleader Heather Edgerton was killed in a car crash as she drove to practice. Tonight, the school remembered Edgerton, and announced a scholarship in her name.
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[IN Q=It keeps her memory alive...]

((ANDY BRYAN/RCHS PRINCIPAL; IT KEEPS HER MEMORY ALIVE, AND A GRADUATING SENIOR CHEERLEADER WILL BENEFIT FROM ALL THE PEOPLE WHO DONATE TO THAT FUND, AND CERTAINLY HER SPIRIT AND ALL THE LOVE THAT SHE BROUGHT TO SO MANY PEOPLE WILL LIVE ON.))
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[OUT Q=so many people will live on.]
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The school also honored former football coach and teacher Pete Brewbaker and his wife who both died last weekend. We'll have more on Brewbaker's remembrance, and highlights of tonight's game a little later in sports.
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Still to come on the newscast, an assassination attempt is made against a member of Iraq's Governing Council,
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and a rare Bengal Tiger in the Baghdad zoo is killed by U-S troops. We'll have the details when we return.
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[Iraq]


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The White House has denounced an assassination attempt on a member of Iraq's Governing Council.
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Six gunmen firing assault weapons from a pickup truck chased Aqua al-Hashimmi (Ah-Kee-lah) (Al-HAH-she-me) in her car.
She was critically wounded in the abdomen. It's the first assassination attempt targeting the U-S created leadership body.
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[Tiger-Iraq]


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A U-S soldier shot and killed a rare Bengal tiger at the Baghdad zoo. Soldiers were apparently inside the zoo PARTYING when one tried to feed the tiger and was bitten on the finger. Another soldier then shot and killed it. A night watchman said the troops arrived at the zoo drinking beer in military vehicles and wearing casual clothes.
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[Serial-Rapist]


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Police in Miami say they have solved a serial rapist mystery. Today, they announced the arrest of 32- year old Reynaldo Rapalo.
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Since September, police have linked seven rapes of women between the ages of 11 and 79. Detectives say they saw the illegal Honduran immigrant in a car matching the description of the rapist.
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((OBVIOUSLY DURING THE LAST FEW MONTHS THESE HAVE BEEN DIFFICULT AND TRYING TIMES FOR ALL OF US IN THE COMMUNITY BUT TODAY I STAND HERE AND I CAN TELL YOU I COULDN'T NOT FEEL ANYMORE PROUD OF THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THIS POLICE DEPARTMENT. ))
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Police say Rapalo agreed to give a saliva sample for a D-N-A test. They say the D-N-A matched and an eyewitness also identified him.


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Today was the last chance for one- stop registration for moped owners in Roanoke.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Month;]

The city ordinance that requires all mopeds to have a license kicks in September 30th. Police hope the tags will help them enforce traffic laws and moped owners hope they'll cut down on theft. To help owners register quickly, police held a one- stop registration session today, but moped owners can now register at the main Roanoke City Police Station. Owners need a photo I.D. and title to their moped to register. There's also a five- dollar fee.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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Still to come, it was Martinsville's big night, as Nancy Redd takes the stage at the Miss America pageant.
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and Boones Mill may be best known for two things, cracking down on speeders, and the Apple Festival. We'll let you guess which one happened today.
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[Pulaski-Shelter]


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Homeless animals in Pulaski County will soon be enjoying some new digs.
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Friends of the Pulaski County Animal Shelter have been working with the county for more than three years now to build a new and improved shelter. They hope a new facility will increase adoptions of animals like these.
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((REBECCA ENGLISH/FRIENDS OF THE PULASKI COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER: THAT HAS BEEN SEEN AT THE SALEM SHELTER. THEY BUILT A NEW SHELTER A YEAR OR YEAR AND A HALF AGO AND THEY EXPERIENCED A GREATER ADOPTION RATE BECAUSE PEOPLE WANT TO COME INTO THE FACILITY BECAUSE IT'S MORE LIKE A PET SHOP THAN A DUNGEON.))
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The new shelter will be located at the Dublin Town Center. It will include an education and grooming room as well as a spay and neuter clinic.
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[ANCHOR=Teresa]
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The group still needs to raise 175- thousand dollars for the project.

[Poplar-Forest]


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Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest is cutting some annual events to help conserve money.
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[SUPER=03-Bedford Co./Last July;]

Today's Harvest Moon Festival was canceled, along with the Holiday Open House usually held in December. The director of Jefferson's summer home says the decision was made to ensure education and preservation efforts continue this fall. Poplar Forest has not received any funding from Bedford County or the state for the past two years. 86 percent of the non- profit's funding comes from private sources.
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[WVTF]


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W-V-T-F has been producing and broadcasting public radio in Southwest Virginia for 30 years -- This weekend, the stationed celebrated its anniversary by showing off a brand new facility.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

The new building is 8 - thousand square feet larger than the old one.
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[IN Q=THE HIGHLIGHT, THE PEICE DE RESISTANCE ]

((GLENN GLEIXNER/WVTF GENERAL MANAGER-THE HIGHLIGHT, THE PIECE DE RESISTANCE YOU WOULD SAY OF THIS NEW BUILDING IS OUR 900 SQUARE FOOT PRODUCTION STUDIO WHERE WE'LL BE ABLE TO DO LIVE AND RECORDED MUSIC PERFORMANCES, CULTURAL PERFORMANCES.))
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[VO-NAT]

Today, the Sauerkraut Band was using that studio to record an Octoberfest special W-V-T-F will air. Gleixner (GLEYE-xner) says listeners contributed 56 percent of the money -- and they borrowed two and a half million dollars from the Virginia Tech Foundation to build the new facilities.
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[Elm-Concert]


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Last November, Roanoke City Council created The City of Roanoke Youth Commission. The organization is comprised of young people-- and today their first event kicked off in Elmwood Park.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Everything for today's "Rock the Park Youth Concert" was planned and executed by Roanoke City youths, including booking the performers.
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((ALISHA CHILDRESS/CITY OF ROANOKE YOUTH COMMISSION HAVE A LOT OF VOLUNTEERS. WE HAVE SOME GROUPS THAT WE'RE GIVING APPRECIATION GIFTS TO. JUST TO SAY THANK YOU, WE APPRECIATE YOU, WE HOPE YOU'LL DO THIS AGAIN FOR US. BUT PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING IS VOLUNTEER.))
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[VO-NAT]

Not only were the performers volunteer -- the 50 youths involved in the program also donated their time and energy. Organizers say more than 200 people showed up to take part in games and concerts -- a larger number than they had expected for the first event sponsored by the Youth Commission.
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[Apple-Festival]


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Apples are ripe for the picking and hundreds got a taste of the sweet fruit in Boones Mill today.
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((DOWN IN THE HOLLOW, PLAYING A NEW GAME.))
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[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;]

The sun shined on the annual Apple Festival in Boones Mill. Hundreds showed up to taste and buy crunchy apples and apple- related foods. There were also classic cars, craft vendors and art displays. Apple production is big business in Virginia. The Commonwealth is the sixth largest apple producer in the country and the sale of apples and apple products will add about 30- million dollars to the state economy this year.
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Coming up, VMI gets back to .500, it was a bad day to be ranked in the top 10, and Brian Vickers tames the Monster Mile, but first tonight's extra point,
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[SUPER=03-St. Louis, MO/Fox Sports; :00]


Albert Pujols kept the Cardinals slim playoff hopes alive today by belting his 2nd game winning homer of the season against the Astros for a 3-2 win. He has 114 career dingers tied with Hall of Famer Ralph Kiner for the most by a player in his first three seasons.
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[S-VMI]


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The VMI Keydets improved to 2 and 2 this afternoon beating Norfolk State in front of 7,840 fans on Parents Day at Alumni Field.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lexington/Spartans vs. Keydets; :00]


Today marked the first ever meeting between the two schools.
T-J Snelling rushed for 76 yards, which included a first half touchdown as the Keydets led 13 to 3 at the break.
In the second half, the defense joined the fun. Defensive end Eric Hall recovered the Norfolk State fumble at the Spartans 17 which led to this one yard sneak by quarterback Jonathan Wilson for a 20 to 3 cushion.
The former Rockbridge star was just getting starterd. He then went to the air finding Zohn Burden for 41 yards down to the Spartans 26 yard line. Burden lost his hat, but made the catch.
That setup a 13 yard TD by Gary Price for a 27 to 3 advantage.
[SUPER=36-Norfolk St./9/VMI/34/;]

Wilson wasn't finished, going up top again for Burden who hauled it in for a 38 yard touchdown. VMI rolled by a final of 34 to 9.
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[S-Marshall]


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The upset of the day took place in Manhattan, Kansas were Marshall got a great day for the MAC started with an upset of number six K-State.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Manhattan, KS/Fox Sports Net; :00]


The Herd shocked the Wildcats crowd with this defensive gem. Jonathan Goddard catches the pitch on the fly and heads the other way. The big fella rumbles 84 yards to the endzone for the score and a 7-all tie.
Then with three minutes to go, Graham Gochneaur found Jason Rader in the endzone for the
[SUPER=36-Marshall/27/Kansas State #6/20/;]

winning TD. Marshall stunned Kansas State 27 to 20.
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[WIPE to ENG!!]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Norman, OK/ABC Sports; :00]


Elswhere, Oklahoma's Antonio Perkins became the first player to return three punts for scores in a single game. He tallied returns of 74, 84 and 65 yards for the Sooners in a 59 to 24 blowout of UCLA.
[SUPER=03-Baton Rouge, LA/Bulldogs vs. Tigers; :]


In Baton Rouge, LSU's Matt Mauck fired this 34 yard strike to Skyler Green with 1:22 left as the Tigers took care of number 7 Georgia 17 to 10.
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And finally, Oregon got this blocked punt for a score late in the 4th quarter en route to a 31-27 upset of 3rd ranked Michigan.
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[S-Rockbridge]


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Hurricane Isabel forced several teams in the viewing area to play tonight instead of last night and that included the Valley District matchup between Harrisonburg and Rockbridge County. Longtime Lexington High School Coach Pete Brewbaker who passed away last weekend was honored before tonight's kickoff.
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The Wildcats tried to honor the coach with their play in this one. William Ware bangs his way in for the touchdown to give the Cats an early 7-nothing lead.
[SUPER=36-Harrisonburg/21/Rockbridge Co./14/;]

But the Blue Streaks were a touchdown better coming back to win 21 to 14.
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In other action today it was Riverheads over Parry McCluer 16 to 6 and Hargrave over Fuqua 36 to 6.

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Let's finish up on the track where Brian Vickers is the new Busch series points leader after today's Stacker 200 at Dover.
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To the Monster Mile for fat burning in a race car. David Green's temper was burning after the points leader was spun around by Scott Riggs. Green lost the lead in the title chase thanks to a 31st place finish.
In the end, 19 year old Brian Vickers held off Bobby Hamilton Junior to claim his third win of the season.
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The new Miss America was crowned tonight, and Miss Virginia had a good shot at the title.
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But it was Ericka Dunlap, Miss Florida who took home the tiara. Dunlap will work on a platform of cultural diversity, and plans to attend law school with the 50-thousand dollar scholarship she won. Miss Virginia and Martinsville native Nancy Redd made the top ten, but was eliminated when the field was cut down to five. (------------)