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A local man is among the latest casualties in Iraq.
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[VO-NAT]


A standoff tonight in Floyd County.. a live report coming up.
Plus two new companies are coming to Southside.
And another methadone clinic- this one planned for Roanoke.
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[Talent=Jean]


Plus we knew it wouldn't last- cooler air is headed our way.
News 7 at Eleven is next.

[Hurley]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Good evening, I'm Jean Jadhon.
[SS=Soldier Killed]


Another soldier from our area has been killed in Iraq.
First Lieutenant Joshua C. Hurley of Clifton Forge was killed November First in Mosul when his vehicle was hit with an improvised explosive device.
The 24 year old attended Alleghany High School and the Virginia Military Institute.
He had been in the Army since 2001 and was assigned to the 326th Engineer Battalion of the 101st Airborne Division.

[Survivors]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The local soldier who died is one of many Americans killed over the weekend in Iraq.
16 Americans are dead after their Chinook helicopter was shot down.
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[VO-NAT 06]


Today the survivors spoke- they were headed home for a break from Iraq when it happened.
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[SOT 11]
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((SGT. JOE MLINAR/2ND OF THE 5TH FIELD ARTILLERY: THERE WAS A LOUD EXPLOSION AND BLACK SMOKE AND DUST, THE BACK END OF THE CHINOOK CAUGHT ON FIRE AND IT WENT IN FLAMES AND IT STARTED GOING DOWN.))
[SUPER=01-Sgt. Joe Mlinar/2nd Battalion, 5th Field Artillery;]
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His only thought was of those waiting for him to come home.
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((FIRST THING I THOUGHT ABOUT WAS MY MOM AND DAD AND I DIDN'T KNOW WHAT THEY WOULD THINK AND UH I WAS SCARED.))
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[OUT Q=I WAS SCARED.]
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Corporal David Tennant saw the missile that brought him down. He says there was so much dust he could not see anything.
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[SOT 1:04]

((CPL. DAVID TENNANT/2ND BATTALION, 5TH FIELD ARTILLERY; EVERYBODY WAS JUST LAID OUT EVERYWHERE AND THEY WERE TRYING TO SEARCH FOR MOST OF THE PEOPLE THAT WERE LEFT WITHIN THE RUBBLE. THERE WAS A LOT OF PEOPLE SCREAMING.)) [butt to 1:30] ((MAJ. JAMES OLIVERO/2TH COMBAT SUPPORT HOSPITAL: WHEN IT'S AN INJURY TO SOMEONE THAT'S WEARING THE SAME UNIFORM AS YOU YOU KNOW IT HITS HOME. IT HITS HOME.))
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[SUPER=01-Cpl. David Tennant/2nd Battalion, 5th Field Artillery; 00]
[Super=01-Maj. James Olivero/28th Combat Support Hospital; 14 quick!]
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[OUT Q=it hits home (second time)]
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Medivac choppers rushed survivors to two army hospitals in Baghdad- saying it is the most badly injured folks at any one time they've had so far.
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[Iraq-Washington]


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Meanwhile, in Washington this afternoon, the Senate gave final approval to the 87 Billion dollar plan to rebuild Iraq and Afghanistan.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Washington, DC]


The measure passed on a voice vote.
The only ``Nay'' was shouted by Democratic Senator Robert Byrd of West Virginia.
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[SOT at :29]
[IN Q=Perhaps the biggest]

((SEN. ROBERT BYRD/(D) WEST VIRGINIA; PERHAPS THE BIGGEST MISTAKE, THE COSTLIEST MISTAKE, FOLLOWING THE COLOSSAL MISTAKE OF LAUNCHING A PREEMPTIVE ATTACK ON IRAQ, IS THE ADMINISTRATION'S FAILURE TO HAVE A CLEARLY DEFINED MISSION AND EXIT STRATEGY FOR IRAQ)) ((SEN. TED STEVENS/(R) ALASKA; WE STILL HAVE FORCES, AND WE'RE GOING TO HAVE FORCES THERE AND I HAVEN'T HEARD ONE SENATOR SAY WE SHOULD LEAVE - NOT ONE.))
[SUPER=01-Sen. Robert Byrd/(D) West Virginia; :00]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Ted Stevens/(R) Alaska; :21]
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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President Bush says the money will make Iraq more secure and help its transition to self-government.

[Floyd-Standoff]


[ANCHOR=JEan]
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A standoff goes into its eighth hour in Floyd County-
It began just after three this afternoon in the Check area.
[Double Boxes=Jean and Justin/Microwave]


Justin McLeod is near the scene tonight. What can you tell us?
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[SUPER=05-Floyd Co.;]
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[SUPER=03-Floyd Co.]


This is taking place on Good Neigbors Road, located off of Locust Grove Road in the Northern part of Floyd County.
Authorities say it all began when they attempted to serve a warrant, but the man inside the residence refused to come out and indicated he was armed.
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[Henry-Jobs]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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300 jobs in textiles AND technology are in Henry County's economic future.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville;]


M-Z-M Incorporated will bring 150 jobs to Martinsville over the next three years.
The information technology firm serves national defense and intelligence agencies.
It's the first tenant in the Clearview Business Park.
Employees will conduct research and build databases for the federal government.
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[SOT 13:05:44]
[IN Q=We're going to need]

((MITCHELL WADE/MZM, INC. PRESIDENT & CEO; WE'RE GOING TO NEED FOLKS WITH BASIC IT SKILLS .... EASILY PLUG THEM INTO THIS LOCATION.))
[SUPER=01-Mitchell Wade/MZM, Inc. President & CEO;]
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[OUT Q=them into this location.]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Henry Co.]


Globaltex Incorporated -- a company that makes chenille yarn used in furniture -- will take over an old VF Imagewear building.
It's hiring 154 people at wages of 7 to 14 dollars an hour.
The family that owns Globaltex says ITS textile jobs will last.
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[SOT 13:47:45]
[IN Q=Until I die]

((JOSE DIAZ-LLANEZA/GLOBALTEX PRESIDENT & CEO; UNTIL I DIE, THEY WILL BE WORKING WITH ME AND I WILL BE WORKING WITH THEM. AND AFTER I DIE, THEY WILL MAKE SURE THIS COMPANY STAYS HERE AND IS A SUCCESS.))
[SUPER=01-Jose Diaz-Llaneza/Globaltex President & CEO;]
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[OUT Q=and is a success.]
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[VO-NAT]


The governor and state and local legislators offered more than a million dollars in incentives to attract both companies.
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[Voting-Problems]


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On the eve of elections, confusion along the Roanoke County line is causing frustration for voters.
Tonight Joe Dashiell reports, more families are moving out of the county without leaving their homes.
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[IN Q=First it was Hill Drive]
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[SUPER=01-Mary Adeoti/Hollins Resident; :15]
[SUPER=01-Betty Bruce/Hollins Resident; :38]
[SUPER=01-Diane Henson/Roanoke Co. Registrar; 1:01]
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((First it was Hill Drive near Bonsack where residents learned they were not Roanoke County residents as they had assumed for years.
Now, families on Old Mill Drive, and some other streets in the Hollins area find themselves in the same situation.
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[INQ=I've lived in Roanoke County]

((I'VE LIVED IN ROANOKE COUNTY ALL OF MY LIFE. I'VE ALWAYS VOTED FOR ROANOKE COUNTY. I WOULDN'T EVEN KNOW WHO TO START VOTING FOR IN BOTETOURT.))
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[OUT Q=who to start voting for in Botetourt.]


Mary Adeoti is one of fifty registered voters who have been transferred to precincts in Botetourt County, and many aren't happy about it.
And Betty Bruce says she plans to cast a conditional ballot at her old precinct as a protest... even though her vote may not count.
[SOT]
[IN Q=I'm not going to vote]

((I'M NOT GOING TO VOTE FOR SOMEONE I DON'T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT. BUT YOU'RE GOING TO TELL ME YOU HAVE TO VOTE FOR THIS SHERIFF AND THIS COUNCILMAN. AND I KNOW NOTHING ABOUT YOU SO I WANT MY RIGHTS NOT TO BE TAKEN THAT AWAY.))
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[OUT Q=to be taken that away.]


Roanoke County registrar Diane Henson says she's heard from many residents unhappy with the change, but once she found out their homes were across the county line, she says she had no choice.
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[IN Q=And I do have sympathy]

((AND I DO HAVE SYMPATHY FOR THEM, BUT THIS IS SOMETHING NOW THAT SHOULD FORCE BOTH GOVERNMENTS TO LOOK AT IT AND FIX IT. AND IT DOES NEED FIXING.))
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[OUT Q=and it does need fixing.]


Short of moving, residents may have little hope of retaining their voting rights in Roanoke County.
A boundary adjustment is possible if both counties agree, but so far officials say it doesn't appear likely.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Botetourt County))

[Ten-Commandments]


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The United States Supreme Court says it will not take up the fight over a monument of the ten commandments.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Montgomery, AL/August 20;]


The monument used to sit at an Alabama Court house.
The high court rejected appeals from Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore- he was suspended for defying a federal court order to remove the monument.
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[Tease1]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Another methadone clinic controversy is brewing... this time in the City of Roanoke.
What may be in store for one neighborhood when News 7 returns.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=I'm Manuel]

((I'M MANUEL GALLEGUS IN MODESTO. MORE DNA EVIDENCE AS PROSECUTORS TRY TO POKE HOLES IN SCOTT PETERSON'S ALIBI. THAT STORY COMING UP.))
[SUPER=@Gallegus1;]
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[OUT Q=story coming up.]



[Sports-preview]


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((Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office. The new AP top 10 high school polls are out. DeAngelo also is out for the first half at Pitt. A volleyball playoff decided the district champ in the Western Valley tonight, while Billy Wagner gets new life in Phi

lly, and Lee Suggs is about to get baptised at Arrowhead. Tonight on the Big 7.))[Peterson]


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The Scott Peterson preliminary hearing continued today with a lot of testimony about a little piece of evidence-- a strand of hair allegedly belonging to Scott's wife, Laci.
Peterson is accused of killing her and their unborn son.
Manuel Gallegus has more from the court house in Modesto California.
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[SOT]
[IN Q= Back for another day in court;]
[SUPER=03-Modesto, CA; :00]
[SUPER=01-Manuel Gallegus/CBS News; :31]
[SUPER=01-Catherine Crier/Court TV; 1:08 QUICK!!!]
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[OUT Q=Manuel Gallegus, CBS News Modesto;]

((BACK FOR ANOTHER DAY IN COURT SCOTT PETERSON'S MOTHER, FATHER, AND DEFENSE ATTORNEY MARK GARAGOS LACI PETERSON'S FAMILY IS ALSO INSIDE BUT THEY USE AN ENTRANCE AWAY FROM THE CAMERAS. THE TESTIMONY TODAY IS AGAIN ABOUT DNA EVIDENCE. A DEFENSE DNA EXPERT SAID THE TYPE OF DNA TEST USED ON HAIR FOUND IN SCOTT PETERSON'S BOAT IS UNRELIABLE. ....AND THAT HE WAS "APPAULED BY THE SAMPLE SIZE USED IN THE TESTING. -STAND-UP- LITTLE BY LITLE THROUGH WITNESS TESTIMONY, PROSECUTORS ARE TRYING TO SHOW THAT SCOTT PETERSON'S ALIBI IS FLAWEDTHAT HIS STORY OF GOING FISHING IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY CHRISTMAS EVE DOESN'T MAKE SENSE. THE FIRST POLICE OFFICER ON THE SCENE TESTIFIED THAT SCOTT HAD NO ANSWER WHEN ASKED WHAT TYPE OF FISH HE WAS FISHING FOR. LACI'S SISTER TESTIFIED THAT SCOTT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE GOLFING CHRISTMAS EVE AND HAD OFFERED TO PICK UP A GIFT FOR HER BUT HE NEVER DID EITHER AND HE DIDN'T ANSWER HIS CELL PHONE THAT DAY. AND SCOTT'S FATHER TESTIFIED THAT SCOTT CALLED HIM CHRISTMAS EVE AFTERNOON.BUT NEVER MENTIONED HE WAS FISHING OR THAT HE EVEN OWNED A BOAT. CATHERINE CRIER/COURT TV. "One piece on top of another that creates a mountain of evidence." INVESTIGATORS THEORIZE LACI WAS KILLED LATE ON THE DECEMBER 23RD. HER MOTHER TESTIFIED THAT SHE TALKED WITH LACI ON THE PHONE AROUND 8:30 THAT NIGHT. SHE SAID LACI SEEMED FINE. THE ONLY PERSON WHO SAYS HE SAW LACI ALIVE CHRISTMAS EVE WAS SCOTT. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS MODESTO.))
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[City-Clinic]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Plans for another methadone clinic in the Valley- this one could go on Hershberger road, but some city leaders say no way.
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[VO-NAT - :13]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

Officials with the Roanoke Treatment Center are filing paperwork to put the clinic in an empty building near Cove Road. Some City council members say the clinic should be placed farther away from neighborhoods and several schools.
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[SOT - 20:38:41]
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((BEV FITZPATRICK/ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL; YOU'VE GOT CHALLENGES IN ANY KIND OF SCHOOL SITUATION ANYWAY, AND YOU DON'T NEED TO ADD TO IT. BY HAVING CERTAIN KINDS OF FACILITIES IN AREAS NEAR SCHOOLS YOU'RE NOT DOING ANYTHING BUT INVITING SOME DIFFICULTIES.))
[SUPER=01-Bev Fitzpatrick/Roanoke City Council;]
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[OUT Q=inviting some difficulties.]
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[VO-NAT - :11]

The clinic received a business license from the city late last week, and has filed zoning related papers. The clinic would still have to receive approval from state and federal agencies before opening.
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[Salem-Fire]


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Damage totals have not been tallied after fire at a Salem business.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Last night;]

Assistant Fire Chief Tom Roseberry says a stove at the Dooley Printing Corporation on Florida Avenue was accidentally turned on yesterday and that something came in contact with a heated burner.
[SUPER=04-Today;]

The resulting fire warmed up the building's steel support beams, causing a cinderblock wall to collapse. Roseberry says damage is extensive but the exact amount has not been figured out. The owner says it appears his five printing presses weren't too badly damaged. Another local printing company has offered to take care of some his business until the company's running again.
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[Vinton-Fire]


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[WIPE WIPE WIPE]

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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Vinton]


Investigators say a smoldering cigarette caused a fire this morning on Chestnut Street in Vinton.
The blaze destroyed the basement apartment. The upstairs duplex units were damaged by fire, smoke and water.
Fire officials say the man who lived in the basement apartment was lucky to get out alive.
He told firefighters his smoke detector didn't work. He had to run through the flames to escape.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[WRITER=dse]
[NEWSCAST=11]
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Robin says a change is on the way... Find out when we return to Fall.
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[VO-NAT]


And later a return to civilization for a woman who crossed the Pacific on a windsurfer.
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[Commercial]

[Tech-Visitors]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=myr]
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After months of questioning, Virginia Tech's Affirmative Action policies have now been deemed legal.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]

In light of the Supreme Court ruling, the state attorney general's office has now approved Virginia Tech's policy to include race as a factor in admissions. However, the office says race should NO LONGER be a factor when admitting students into MAOP (May-OPP), the university's largest academic minority program.
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[IN Q=we are working]

((MARK MCNAMEE/PROVOST & VP FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS: WE ARE WORKING WITH ADMINISTRATORS OF THAT PROGRAM TO SEE IF THERE MAY BE ENOUGH INFORMATION ON STUDENTS WHERE YOU WOULD NOT CONSIDER RACE OR ETHNICITY.))
[SUPER=01-Mark McNamee/VT Provost & V.P. for Academic Affairs;]
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[VO-NAT]

McNamee says if race continues to be used in the program, it could lead to legal problems down the line. The university will hold a campus-wide forum next Monday to get ideas on how to improve campus diversity.
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[S-Extra]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The top 10 football polls are out, volleyball is in, Wagner is now in Philly, and DeLo is out for the first half. But first tonight's Extra Point -
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Berea, OH; :00]

Roanoke's own Lee Suggs is about to get his first taste of NFL football. Suggs has been rehabbing his injured shoulder since being drafted in April, he finally returned to practice late last week and today the Browns suspended starting running back William Green. That means Suggs likely will be activated for Sunday's game against the unbeaten Chiefs. [go to scores]
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[S-VHSL]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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As always Friday Football Extra is well represented in the Associated Press top 10 high school football polls. The new ones are out tonight,
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[go to pinancle group aa] In Group Two A - Gretna is still number one with Heritage third, Liberty 7th, Carroll County 8th and Amherst 9th. Amherst and Heritage play this Friday night.
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[VO NAT eng#]

Bath County wrapped up the Pioneer district title last Friday night at Craig County and the Chargers move up a little closer to the top in the new Group A poll.
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[GO TO PINNACLE GROUP A] Bath is now tied for second with Sussex Central behind number one Gate City. William Campbell is up to 5th and the Radford Bobcats are 7th.
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[S-Volley]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Western Valley district needed a special playoff game to crown its regular season volleyball champ tonight.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Franklin Co. vs. Patrick Henry; :00]

Franklin County head coach Nancy Castillo is wrapping up her coaching career at season's end. And tonight she was hoping to add a regular season title to her resume. And she would get some great efforts, Mindy Altice saves the ball at the bleachers, and after fielding the return volley Hunter Merrit sets Christine Russell and the spike. PH blocks it, but out of bounds. PH would hang tough - Christine Damico will make the great dig right on the back line to set up Becca Sweeney's little dink for a point and the Patriots are in business. But Franklin County would survive the five game marathon and win the match 3 games to two. Karen Weaver with the throwdown. The district tournament starts tomorrow night.
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[S-Wagner]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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It's been an eventful day in the big leagues. The White Sox hired Ozzie Guillen as their new manager. While the Astros traded former Ferrum great Billy Wagner to the Phillies in exchange for three young pitchers. Last year - as the age of 32 - the Tannersville native had more saves than the entire Phillies' bullpen.
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[SUPER=01-Larry Bowa/Phillies Manager; :00]
[SUPER=01-Ed Wade/Phillies General Manager; :29]
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[OUT Q=...falls to Philadelphia."]
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[S-DeLo]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-152 12719tc]
[GRAPHIC=DeANGELO HALL]

It has been an interesting day for Tech's DeAngelo Hall. This afternoon he was named the Big East defensive player of the week for his 11 tackle performance against Miami that also included a fumble return for a TD.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Last Saturday; :00]

But he also found out today that he is suspended for the first half of this coming Saturday's game with Pittsburgh. His suspension is a result of a late game altercation in the Miami game. Tech tried to get the matter resolved today, but the Big East decided that the two-quarter suspension was warranted.
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[talent=mike]
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The Tech-Pittsburgh game will kick-off at 7:45 on ESPN Saturday night. The network also has decided to send its GAMEDAY crew to Heinz Field. By the way - the contest is a complete sell-out - a rarity at Pitt.

[S-UVA]


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The University of Virginia football team faces a unique situation with three games left in the season. The Cavs have a better team than they had last year, but they end up with a worse record. UVa has lost three of it's last four and Steve Mason says, with contests against Maryland, Georgia Tech and fifth ranked Virginia Tech on the horizon, the Wahoos could be in for a stormy finish.
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[SUPER=@Steve1; :00]
[SUPER=01-Al Groh/3-5 in November at UVa; :15]
[SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC/Saturday Night; :26]
[SUPER=01-Kai Parham/UVa Freshman Linebacker; :42]
[SUPER=01-Alvin Pearman/UVa Junior Running Back; 1:09]
[SUPER=01-Matt Schaub/13 TD Passes, 8 INT's This Season; 1:33]
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((STEVE MASON:THE VIRGINIA CAVALIERS NERVOUS NOVEMBER IS OFF TO A STOMACH CHURNING, UNSETTLING OH AND 1 START AFTER SATURDAY'S 51-37 LOSS TO N.C.STATE. AND ACCORDING TO AL GROH, SOME STRESSFUL TIMES, NOT PEACEFUL TIMES ARE A HEAD FOR THE MONTH BEFORE CHRISTMAS.)) ((AL GROH/3-5 RECORD IN THREE NOVEMBER MONTHS:))
((Whatever the case may be, UVa is becoming a team hard to figure out. Take the defense, a unit that held Florida State, who is ninth in the country in TD's scored among teams that have played nine games, to one touchdown, yet turns around two games later and gives up five to the Wolfpack. ((:))
N.C. State's running game piled up 143 yards thanks to the return of a re-energized T.A. McLendon who accounted for 216 of State's 553 yards. UVa's rushing attack could muster just 50 yards against the nations 89th ranked defense. ((:))
Obviously one bright spot for the Cavaliers is Matt Schaub. The senior is averaging two touchdowns a game and pumped out four TD tosses against the Wolfpack. But how his team finishes is most important.)) ((:)) ((UVA IS OFF THIS WEEK AND DOES NOT PLAY AGAIN NOVEMBER 13TH ON THE ROAD AGAINST MARYLAND. THE TERPS HAVE WON SIX OF THEIR LAST SEVEN. STEVE MASON NEWS 7 SPORTS.))

[Woman-Windsurf]


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89 days on the ocean with nothing to sleep on but a board- One frenchwoman did it.. by choice.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Near Papeete, Tahiti;]


She is now the first woman ever to windsurf across the Pacific Ocean.
Raphaela Le Gouvello (Lout Goo-vel- oh) started out from Peru several months ago.
It took a total of 89 days and seven hours and today the 43 year old sailed into Tahiti- after travelling nearly 45 hundred nautical miles.
She has already completed solo crossings of the Atlantic and Mediterranean. (------------)