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Coming up on News 7-
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[VO-NAT]


Rush Limbaugh admits he's addicted to painkillers and he's in rehab tonight.
They're rivals on the field tonight... but not for long.
Plus parents say this gator is too close to school.. so why isn't it being moved?
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[Talent=Jean]


And more developments in the ACC expansion.
News 7 is next.

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[VO-NAT]

The A-C-C expansion saga takes another twist, as a twelfth team could come soaring in this weekend.
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[ACC-Lawsuit]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
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If the "Atlantic Coast Conference expansion" does not take as many twists and turns as it did in the Spring, it appears the conference could have its 12th member by the end of the weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Boston/Last Season; ]

C-B-S Sportsline is reporting that the A-C-C schools are prepared to vote 7-to-2 to invite Boston College to join the conference. A-C-C presidents are expected to hold a conference call on Sunday to make the official vote. If invited, sources say Boston College would say yes. That's an answer that would be easier to make now that a Connecticut Superior Court judge has dropped the ACC as a defendant in a lawsuit filed by Big East schools. Miami remains a defendant, charged with conspiring with the ACC to damage the Big East.
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[Henry-Rivalry]


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Opponents today, teammates tomorrow.
That is the scenairo facing high school sports teams in Henry County, thanks to school consolidation.
As Justin McLeod discovered there's already a game plan to deal with any potential problems.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Casey Childress/Magna Vista H.S. Junior; :14]
[SUPER=01-Sierra Redd/Magna Vista H.S. Sophmore; :19 (QUICK)]
[SUPER=01-Desiree Henderson/Laurel Park H.S. Junior; :36]
[SUPER=01-J.D. Rea/Magna Vista H.S. Junior; :41]
[SUPER=@justin1; :58]
[SUPER=01-Winter Finney/Laurel Park H.S. Sophmore; 1:32]
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[OUT Q=JM, News 7, Henry County]

((((NAT SOUND OF THE FOOTBALL GAME))
What you see here will soon be no more.
Next fall, students at Laurel Park will move over to Magna Vista.
As a result, there will be one combined football team.
[SOT 6:11:12; 6:12:57]
[IN Q=Some people are]

((CASEY CHILDRESS/MAGNA VISTA H.S. JUNIOR: SOME PEOPLE ARE PRETTY UPSET ABOUT IT, NOT REALLY KNOWING WHAT IT'S GOING TO BE LIKE NEXT YEAR.)) ((SIERRA REDD/MAGNA VISTA H.S. SOPHMORE: WITH ME THEY WILL BE WELCOME WITH OPEN ARMS BUT WITH OTHERS I DON'T KNOW.))
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[OUT Q=I don't know]


There are a lot of unknowns.
Should Magna Vista keep its school colors, name, and mascot?
And if so, is that unfair to the students from Laurel Park.
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[IN Q=I think we should]

((DESIREE HENDERSON/LAUREL PARK JUNIOR: I THINK WE SHOULD KEEP OUR COLORS BECAUSE I REALLY LIKE OUR COLORS CAUSE I REALLY LIKE OUR COLORS AND I THINK WE SHOULD KEEP OUR COLORS JUST TO REMEMBER LAUREL PARK.)) ((J.D. REA/MAGNA VISTA: IF WE ARE CRYING BECAUSE WE HAVE MONEY PROBLEMS WHY DO WE WANT TO GO OFF AND CHANGE COLORS AND THE NAME AND ALL THAT STUFF, IT WILL JUST BE MORE MONEY.))
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[OUT Q=be more money]


The school system agrees.
It has already said it will not spend the 1/2 million dollars needed to change everything from band uniforms to new helmets.
[SOT 6:26:54]
[IN Q=The school system]

((JUSTIN McLEOD/REPORTING: THE SCHOOL SYSTEM HAS FORMED A 15 MEMBER COMMITTEE TO DEAL WITH THESE COMPLICATED ISSUES. AFTER TWO MEETINGS, MEMBERS ARE ALREADY DISCUSSING A POSSIBLE COMPROMISE, KEEP A LITTLE OF MAGNA VISTA AND BRING SOMETHING OVER FROM LAUREL PARK.))
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[OUT Q=from Laurel Park]

((QUICK NAT SOUND OF GAME))
As an example, Magna Vista could still be called the warriors but the mascot would be the Laurel Park Lancers.
A similar situation would happen for Fieldale Collinsville students who will attend Bassett High School next year.
The committee will make a recommendation by November but the school board will have the final say.
[SOT 6:23:31]
[IN Q=As long as we can]

((WINTER FINNEY/LAUREL PARK SOPHMORE: AS LONG AS WE CAN COME TOGETHER AND BE COOL WITH EVERYBODY IT DOESN'T MATTER WHAT THE MASCOT IS OR THE NAME IS.))
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[OUT Q=or the name is]


It is that optimism that could be the ticket for a winning season next year.
Justin McLeod, News 7, Henry County.))

[Short-Call]


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A Collinsville man is facing charges that he gave Henry County investigators false information about the Short murder case. Authorities say 18-year old Christopher Michael Fackler lied when he called investigators and told them that a certain person had information about the case. Fackler has been charged with making a false police report, and making an annoying phone call. He has been released on 1-thousand dollars bond.

[Balcony-Fall]


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It's happened three times in less than two weeks. Two more Virginia Tech students fell from a balcony this morning and now students are paying attention.
Blacksburg police say 20- year- old Devin Welch was hosting a
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[TAKE MCFADYEN FS FULL #4357]

20th birthday party for Elisabeth McFadyen at his Hunter's Ridge Apartment before both students fell 20 feet from the balcony.
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[OUT Q=he went with her]
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[VO-NAT]
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McFadyen is in critical condition and being treated for spinal injuries. Welch is in fair condition. Both were drinking at the time of the accident. Police say they battle underage drinking on a daily basis, but one student says awareness is key.
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[SOT 10:31:24]
[IN Q=There has to be increased]
[SUPER=01-Puraj Patal/Student Vice-President;]
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[OUT Q=choices students make]
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Police say they do NOT plan to file any underage drinking charges against McFadyen or Welch.

[Bus-Accident]


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The driver of a car that hit a school bus today.. could face reckless driving charges.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Franklin Co.;]

The accident happened shortly before eight this morning on Grassy Hill Road near the Blackwater River in Franklin County. Authorities say 21 old Michelle Diane Galarza (guh-LAR-zah) could not stop for the slow moving bus. She was treated for minor injuries. Nine students on the bus were also treated for minor injuries. The students on the bus were headed to Franklin County High School and Benjamin Franklin Middle School.
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[Bumper-Stickers]


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Repeat D-U-I offenders beware -- a new campaign in Michigan will put you in the spotlight.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Troy, MI;]

One judge has decided to go beyond fines, jail time, or community service -- now offenders have to put a bumper sticker on their car that includes a police identification number and a phone number to report problems.
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[IN Q=IT COSTS $1000 ]

((JUDGE MICHAEL MARTONE/DISTRICT JUDGE-IT COSTS $1000 IN COURT COST $720 IN PROBATION OVERSIGHT, $350 FOR PROGRAMS, 220% INCREASE IN YOUR AUTO INSURANCE. A TYPICAL DRUNK DRIVING CHARGE COSTS ABOUT $15,000))
[SUPER=01-Judge Michael Martone/District Judge;]
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[OUT Q=ABOUT $15,000]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The sticker costs the defendant 50 dollars, and those that don't put the sticker on their automobile will receive a 50 dollar fine. Martone says the program is similar to one used in Florida.


[Limbaugh]


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Conservative Talk Show Host Rush Limbaugh is in rehab tonight- after announcing on his show today that he's addicted to painkillers.
Sean (Kay-libbs) Callebs has more.
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[SUPER=01-Rush Limbaugh/Talk Show Host; :18]
[SUPER=01-Sean Callebs/Reporting; 1:00]
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[OUT Q=I'm Sean Callebs.]

(( RUSH LIMBAUGH TOLD HIS LISTENERS THAT IT'S TRUE... HE'S ADDICTED TO PAINKILLERS AND IS IMMEDIATLY ENTERING A TREATMENT FACILITY TO ..AS HE PUT IT..."BREAK THE HOLD THIS HIGHLY ADDICTIVE MEDICATION HAS ON ME..."
DURING FRIDAY'S PROGRAM ..LIMBAUGH SOLEMNLY HAD THIS TO SAY ...

sot-You know I have always tried to be honest with you and open about my life.. So I need to tell you today that part o

f what you have heard and read is correct..I am addicted to prescription pain medication...
LIMBAUGH SAYS HE BEGAN TAKING THE MEDICATION --SOME YEARS AGO --FOLLOWING SPINAL SURGERY.
THAT THE BACK PAIN NEVER WENT AWAY --AND HE BECAME ADDICTED.
THE CONSERVATIVE TALK SHOW HOST ALSO ADMITS HE IS PART OF A POLICE INVESTIGATION INTO BLACK MARKET PRESCRIPTION DRUG SALES IN FLORIDA.
THIS ALL COMES ON THE HEELS OF THE OUTSPOKEN COMMENTATOR STEPPING DOWN FROM HIS ROLE ON ESPN'S "SUNDAY NFL COUNTDOWN.."

ABOUT HIS ADDICTION..LIMBAUGH SAYS OVER THE YEARS ATHLETES AND CELEBRITIES HAVE EMERGED FROM TREATMENT CENTERS..WITH PRAISE AND GREAT FANFARE. HE IS REJECTING THAT.. -I am no role model... HE WENT ON TO SAY ..HE IS NOT A VICTIM.. AND TAKES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR HIS PROBLEMS. IN ATLANTA, I'M SEAN CALLEBS.))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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What went right and what went wrong in the days after Hurricane Isabel slammed into Eastern Virginia? That story is next on the newscast.
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[VO-NAT]

and both U-S servicemen and Iraqis are killed in an attack, but the sides don't agree on who started the shooting.
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[Sports-preview]


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[OUT Q=in sports."]

((Hey, everybody. Travis Wells here in the News 7 Sports Office. Coming up later, district action highlights week 6 of high school football. The Hokies hope for a raucous Lane Stadium for Saturday's date with the Cuse, while the Wahoos hope to make some noise of their own in Death Valley. Plus, Donna Andrews gives lessons in Salem. All that and more on the way in sports.))

[Isabel-response]


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Could the state and local governments have done a better job preparing for and cleaning up after Isabel?
That's the question for Governor Warner's new Hurricane Isabel Assessment team.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond]


Warner appointed a panel of outside experts today to evaluate what went right during the storm and identify what the government could do better.
The team will interview key federal, state and local officials as well as officials from voluntary relief organizations and the private sector.
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[SOT 15:50]
[IN Q=CLEARLY AFTER THE STORM]

((GOVERNOR MARK WARNER: CLEARLY AFTER THE STORM THERE WERE SOME COMMUNICATION MIX-UPS THERE WERE A COUPLE DAYS WHEN COMMUNITIES DIDN'T GET ENOUGH ICE I WANT TO FIND OUT WHY AND HOW WE CORRECT THAT GOING FORWARD.))
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[OUT Q=WE CORRECT THAT GOING FORWARD.]
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[VO-NAT]

Warner has appointed Bob Herbert, the former City Manager of Roanoke, to chair the panel. Claire Collins, the County Administrator in Bath was also picked to serve on the team.
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[BAse-Closings]


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Virginia is drawing up a battle plan to fight a looming round of military base closings.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Richmond]


A commission appointed by the governor began mapping strategies today.
[SUPER=03-Ft. Eustis/File Tape]


In the greater interest of the state, the governor asked local governments and regions NOT to compete with each other on military cuts.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=If we lose]

((GOV. MARK WARNER; IF WE LOSE THESE INSTALLATIONS THE EFFECT IT COULD HAVE ON OUR ECONOMY COULD BE A REAL CHALLENGE.))
[SUPER=@markwarner;]
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[OUT Q=a real challenge.]
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Governor Warner says some large, established bases -- like Norfolk Naval Station and Langley Air Force Base -- may benefit from the next round of base closings, as other installations consolidate.
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[Iraq-Latest]


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Two Americans and two Iraqis are dead today after a battle last night.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;]

The Americans say they were ambushed -- the Iraqis say they were fired on first. The military says troops on patrol were attacked with guns, grenades, and makeshift explosives.
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[IN Q=THEY WERE LURED IN]

((LT. COL. GEORGE KRIVO/COALITION SPOKESMAN-THEY WERE LURED IN, IF YOU WILL, BY A GROUP OF CIVILIANS WHO WERE REQUESTING HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE, AND THATS HOW THEY GOT INTO THE AMBUSH.))
[SUPER=01-Lt. Col. George Krivo/Coalition Spokesman;]
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[OUT Q= GOT INTO THE AMBUSH]
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[VO-NAT]

Thousands of Shi'ite Muslims took to the streets of Baghdad's largest slum for the funeral of two Iraqis killed in the fight.
[SUPER=03-Kufa, Iraq;]

Meanwhile, a Shi'ite cleric announced today that he has formed a new government for Iraq. He says his government will give all Iraqis their rights.
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[Gitmo-Arrest]


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The U-S Military has now filed charges against the Army chaplain assigned at Guantanamo Bay Cuba.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-File Tape]


Army Captain James Yee is accused of failing to obey orders, taking classified material to his home and carrying classified materials
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[Talent=Jean]
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without the proper security cover.
Yee was taken into custody at the Jacksonville Naval Air station in Florida last month.
He's been under investigation for allegedly leaving with diagrams of the prison layout. [Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[WRITER=rle]
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Up ahead, how soon will a business destroyed by fire be reopened?
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[VO-NAT]

and this critter's definitely not cuddly, and a little too close for comfort for some parents in Florida. We'll have the story a little later in the newscast.
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[Commercial]

[Northwest-Hardware]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Construction to rebuild Salem's True Value Hardware Store could start within the month.
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[VO-NAT :15]
[SUPER=03-Salem/This Morning;]

Demolition crews tore down most of what remains of the West Main Street business this week. One final structure will be torn down Monday. Owner Charlie Overstreet says concrete for the new building will be poured as soon as Salem issues him a permit.
[SOT 10:23:38-10:23:45]
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[SUPER=01-Charlie Overstreet/Owner, True Value Northwest Hardware;]

((CHARLIE OVERSTREET/OWNER, TRUE VALUE NORTHWEST HARDWARE: WELL, WE'VE GOT AN IDEA OR TWO ABOUT HOW WE CAN SELL HARDWARE BETTER WITH OUR BRAND NEW FACILITY ADN WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO THAT.))
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[OUT Q=and we're looking forward to that.]
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[VO NAT :13]
[SUPER=03-Salem/August 20;]

The business went up in flames August 20th. The nearly 80-year old building burned for most of the day because of the many flammable chemicals inside. The cause was officially listed as "undetermined".
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[School-Fitness]


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The wife of Virginia Governor Mark Warner is highlighting children's health.
Today, First Lady Lisa Collis visited two Roanoke schools to see how they are improving student nutrition and physical fitness.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Roanoke middle and high schools are equipped with computers that evaluate and track students' fitness.
Teacher Adam Tarpley and Seventh grader Miriam McGeath (mc-GETH) demonstrated the system for Collis during her morning visit.
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[SOT 10:47:04]
[IN Q=The equipment is fancy and great]

((THE EQUIPMENT IS FANCY AND GREAT, BUT WHAT THEY WANT TO DO IS USE THE EQUIPMENT AND THE INFORMATION TO IMPROVE THE KIDS P.E. ACTIVITY. SO THEY'RE GOING TO UTILIZE IT IN DESIGNING A PROGRAM . SO IT'S A GREAT IDEA.))
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[OUT Q=so it's a great idea.]
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[VO-NAT]


At Woodrow Wilson Middle School and Fairview Elementary, Collis also visited the cafeterias, where she says simple changes, like using low-fat ingredients, can have a major impact on student nutrition.
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[S-Extra]


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Coming up, Week six high school football as district play heats up, Tech gets set to squeeze the Orange, while Death Valley awaits the Cavs and Donna Andrews hits the links at Hanging Rock, but first tonight's extra point ,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


John Brophy, who has coached more seasons in the ECHL than any other coach in history will have the league's annual coach of the year trophy named in his honor. Ironically, Brophy never was named coach of the year even though he has more wins and titles than any coach in ECHL history.
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[go to scores] [go to break]
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[OUTCUE=last score."]
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[S-Salem]


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We start tonight at Salem Stadium, where the Spartans locked horns with Christiansburg in a River Ridge tussle.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Christiansburg vs. Salem; :00]


Salem came in at 4 and 1 on the season.
The Spartans struck first when Matt Sharver found Scott Scharnus on the 7 yard TD hookup to make it 7-nothing home team.
[SUPER=36-Christiansburg/0/Salem/23/;]

The two connected again--this time on a 23 yard strike. Salem won it 23 to nothing.
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[S-Fleming]


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William Fleming tried to bounce back from two straight losses tonight at home against winless Northside.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Northside vs. William Fleming; :00]


The Colonels had little trouble in this one. Already up 7-nothing, Mijuan Curtis makes it 14 to zip. Curtis fields the Northside punt and finds daylight thanks to some quality blocking. He outruns the Viking special teams on his way to a 71 yard punt return for the score.
Little went right tonight for Northside. Ben Creasy gets picked off by Dwayne Priest to setup
[SUPER=36-Northside/7/William Fleming/42/;]

another touchdown for Fleming. The Colonels roll 42 to 7.
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[S-North]


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The North Cross Raiders picked up their second win of the season this afternoon by putting Fishburne Military at ease with a 35 to nothing shutout.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Fishburne vs. North Cross; :00]

Veteran Head coach Jim Muscaro let his playmakers show their stuff in the first quarter. James Revercomb fires the 13 yard pass on the slant to Chase Morrison. He makes the catch and fights his way into the endzone. 14-to-nothing at that point. Morrison would then get it done from the Raiders defensive
[super=36-Fishburne/0/North Cross/35 ;]

backfield. He makes the pick and motors right down the home sideline on the return. North Cross crushes Fishburne 35 to nothing.
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[S-Tech]


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Tech remains an 18 point favorite to beat Syracuse tomorrow afternoon at Lane Stadium, but the Orange comes to town with two straight wins over the Hokies and the nation's leading rusher. With that in mind Frank Beamer hopes the Hokie faithful wraps up the tailgating a little early.
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[SUPER=01-Vegas Robinson/Virginia Tech Linebacker; :12]
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[OUT Q=....THERE THIS WEEK."]
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[S-Cavs]


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Matt Schaub went 19 of 22 last week against North Carolina for 284 yards. The senior QB is rounding back into form after missing nearly a month with a bum shoulder. This week it's Clemson's turn to deal with the total Schaub Package.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=OTHER THAN HIS SKILLS...]
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[RUNS=:17]
[OUT Q=....WHEN HE DOESN'T PLAY."]
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[VO-NAT con't]

Bowden has his own quarterback worries. Charlie Whitehurst has a hurt foot, and his availability will be a gametime decision.
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[S-WDBJ]


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[GO TO PINNACLE COLLEGE] And you can watch the Hoos and Tigers tomorrow afternoon right here on Your Hometown Station at Noon. The Cavs are now 6 point favorites. Right after that it's off to Baton Rouge as LSU hosts Florida.
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[GO TO PINNACLE NFL] Sunday it's also back-to-back NFL action with the Chiefs and Packers at one, followed by the Steelers and Broncos at four.
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[S-Donna]


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Lynchburg native Donna Andrews was back in the area this afternoon. The 14 year LPGA Tour veteran passed on some golf knowledge today at Hanging Rock in Salem.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]


Andrews put on a clinic for the Roanoke Valley Women's Professional Leadership Network. She ranks 2nd in greens in regulation this season on the fast growing women's tour, but today was all about learning fun.
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[VO-NAT]


Back and shoulder injuries limited her over the second half of the season, so Andrews has found a new passion behind the microphone as a golf analyst.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=]
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[OUT Q=can continue to do that."]
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[Gator-School]


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Not quite what students were expecting at a Florida school today-
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[SUPER=03-Miami Springs, FL]


a gator turned up practically in in the school's backyard.
The four legged friend is sitting in a waterway just feet from the elementary school.
The principal called in Florida fish and wildlife to check it out.
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[SOT 57]
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((FRANCISCO DE LA TORRES/FLORIDA FISH AND WILDLIFE: RIGHT NOW HE'S AT A SIZE THAT REALLY ISN'T GOING TO BE A DANGER TO ANYBODY, BUT THEY DO GROW, SO WE'RE GOING TO HAVE TO MONITOR IT. HOPEFULLY HE'LL JUST MOVE ON BACK INTO THE WILD. ))
[SUPER=01-Francisco De La Torres/Florida Fish and Wildlife;]
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So for now the gator will stay.. must to the dismay of many parents... who think it's dangerous. The principal says in her 16 years in the area she's never seen a gator so close to the school. (------------)