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Coming up on News 7-
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One teenager is dead.. Tonight News 7 was there when this teenager was arrested-
So many people come out- visitation is extended at the Reagan library.
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[Talent=Jean]


Plus signs and where they can go- has some business leaders upset in Lynchburg.
News 7 at Eleven is next.

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The manhunt for a Christiansburg teen is over.
He's taken into custody for allegedly shooting and killing a 14 year old boy.
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[C'burg-Shooting;]


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A Christiansburg teen is dead and 17 year old boy is now behind bars.
He's charged with malicious wounding but police say he's facing more serious charges. [***NEWS 7 @ 11 IN MONITOR***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /BAM;]


Justin McLeod joins us now with details. Justin, do we know what led to the shooting?
Jean, police are not releasing those kinds of details just yet.
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[SUPER=@Justin1;]


They won't even give out the names of the victim or the suspect because they are both juveniles.
We do know this all started this afternoon and ended tonight with the suspect being taken into custody without incident.
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[SUPER=01-Todd Blauvelt/Eyewitness; :10(QUICK)]
[SUPER=01-Gary Brumfield/Christiansburg Police Chief; :27 (QUICK)]
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((((NAT SOUND OF TAKING HIM INTO CUSTODY))
It all ended around 6:30 at this apartment complex behind the Food Lion off Route 460 in Christiansburg.
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((TODD BLAUVELT: I HEARD SOME COPS SHOUTING AND SAW THEM WITH GUNS DRAWN RUNNING ACROSS THE LOT HERE.)) [Runs04]
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That lot is located less than a 1/2 mile from the shooting scene.
Police were called out to 1525 Spruce Street in Christiansburg around 1:30 in the afternoon.
A fourteen boy was in the garage shot once in the abdomen.
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[IN Q=The juvenile was]

((GARY BRUMFIELD/CHRISTIANSBURG POLICE CHIEF: THE JUVENILE WAS TRANSPORTED BY LIFEGUARD 10 TO ROANOKE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, WHERE HE LATER SUCCUMBED TO HIS INJURIES.)) [Runs04]
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Shortly after the shooting, police began looking for the suspect who was believed to have fled on foot.
Roads were blocked off and officers with guns could be soon all over the neighborhood.
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((TROY NOWLIN/EYEWITNESS: IN ONE MOMENT THERE WAS A FEW THEN THE NEXT MOMENT THERE WAS A WHOLE LOT.)) [Runs03]
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((CHRIS WAZLAK/EYEWITNESS: I WAS COMING BACK FROM A RUN AND THE COP TOLD ME TO RUN A LITTLE BIT FASTER BACK TO HOUSE.)) [Runs04]
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And for good reason. The suspect was believed to be armed.
Five hours later, when police arrested the seventeen year suspect he had no gun.
A 15 year old female was taken into custody but police say she is just a witness.
Investigators confirmed the shooting took place at her house.
What led to the shooting is still unknown but police do say more charges are pending.
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[IN Q=We do anticipate]

((CPT. BARRY O'ROURKE/CHRISTIANSBURG POLICE CAPTAIN: WE DO ANTICIPATE THAT THE CHARGES MAY BE CHANGED AND MAY BE CHANGED TO FIRST DEGREE MURDER.)) [Runs07]
[OUT Q=changed to first degree murder] ))
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[LIVE= Jean /FULL BAM]


The 17 year old suspect is being held at the New River Valley Juvenile Detention Center.
Police are still looking for the gun.
We understand some if not all who were involved go to Christiansburg High School.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin /BAM;]


Jean, police would not confirm that but they did say counselors will be on hand tomorrow at Christiansburg High.

[L'burg-Council]


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A controversial sign ordinance generated a big crowd and some heated debate at tonight's Lynchburg city council meeting.
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City leaders have spent the past six months studying changes that would restrict the size and height of any new business sign in the city.
Many supporters say smaller signs would reduce the visual clutter along some of Lynchburg's major roadways.. but others say the restrictions would put smaller businesses at a disadvantage.
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((GARY CASE/SUPPORTS SIGN ORDINANCE: IT WILL ENHANCE.. ..HELP ATTRACT NEW PEOPLE AND NEW BUSINESSES TO OUR CITY.)) ((MARK SISSON/SUPPORTS SIGN ORDINANCE: THE BOTTOM LINE IS.. STRICTER VISUAL GUIDELINES.)) ((WES GILLESPIE/OPPOSES SIGN ORDINANCE: PRIMARILY, I FEEL LIKE IT IS ANOTHER GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION.. ...THAT'S GOT TO STOP. IT'S GOT TO STOP.))
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[SUPER=01-Mark Sisson/Supports Sign Ordinance; :11]
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[OUT Q=it's got to stop. DOUBLE OUT!!!]
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Council decided "not" to vote on the changes tonight to allow for further study.
The panel did pass its next biennial budget, which includes hikes in the personal property, vehicle and amusement taxes.
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[Edwards]


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State police are investigating the death of a Moneta woman who apparently died after jumping from a moving truck.
Investigators say 50-year-old Sharon Edwards was riding in a pickup truck on Callaway Road in Franklin County May 29th, when she apparently jumped out. Edwards died Saturday at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
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[SUPER=03-Franklin Co./January 27;]

Investigators say the truck was driven by Edwards' boyfriend, Jimmy Beheler, a retired A-B-C license agent in Franklin County.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A special prosecutor has been assigned to the case. He will determine whether charges will be filed.

[Reagan-Viewing]


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So many people want to pay their respects to Ronald Reagan that public visitation has been extended-
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Visitation was supposed to to end at six pacific time.. but it will continue until ten pm.
Originally about 40 thousand people were expected, but by late this afternoon, 52 thousand had already come out.
Nancy Reagan says the outpouring of love for her husband is incredible.
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[VO-NAT]
[Super=04-Earlier Today;]


Earlier today- Senator John Kerry was one of many notables who paid his last respects.
Actress Bo Derek was also spotted during visitation late this afternoon.
While in Washington DC- preparations are underway and security is tight for Friday's state funeral. Teri Okita has more.
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[SUPER=01-Sen. Barbara Boxer/(D) California; 1:05]
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(( 21 F15 FIGHTER JETS PRACTICE THE MISSING MAN FORMATION IN PREPARATION FOR WEDNESDAYS FUNERAL PROCESSION FOR PRESIDENT RONALD REAGAN. AS THE JETS FLY ONE-THOUSAND FEET OVERHEAD, THE CAISSON WILL ROLL ALONG PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE TOWARDS THE CAPITOL. THE PROCESSION WILL INCLUDE A RIDERLESS BLACK HORSE A MILITARY TRADITION INDICATING THAT A WARRIOR WILL NOT RIDE AGAIN. THESE SOLDIERS KNOW THERE'S NO ROOM FOR ERROR. THEY REHEARSE THE EXACT ROUTE, STEP-BY-STEP. NO DETAIL TOO SMALL. NO SECURITY MEASURE OVERLOOKED. Acting Chief Dwight Pettiford/U.S. Park Police: We have a very open environment, and so we are addressing our security plans to address the openness of this event. Teri Okita/Reporting: 150-thousand mourners are expected to view the Presidents casket, once it lies in state at the Capitol Rotunda. His body will lie in repose for some 36-hours. CONGRESS HAS ALREADY STARTED ITS TRIBUTES AND REMEMBRANCES. AFTER NAMING MANY BUILDINGS AND PUBLIC PLACES AFTER MR. REAGAN OVER THE YEARS, SOME ARE HOPING TO HONOR HIM IN ANOTHER WAY. Sen. Barbara Boxer/D-California:The greatest thing we can do in Ronald Reagan's memory is to find a cure for the disease that took his life and took him away from his loved ones and the world stage. EVEN AT PLACES THAT ALREADY BEAR HIS NAME, LIKE WASHINGTON'S REAGAN NATIONAL AIRPORT, THERE ARE REMINDERS THAT THE GIPPER IS GONE, BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN. TERI OKITA, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Dozens of people stopped by Roanoke's downtown library today, to view a display in honor of Reagan and sign a guest book that will be sent to the Reagan ranch in California. Guests were also treated to a bowl of jelly beans -- Reagan's favorite candy. The display will be up through Saturday, although organizers say possibly longer if needed. A candlelight vigil is also being planned for Friday at eight at Highland Park.
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The U-N signs off on a new plan for Iraq.
What that means for the U-S presence there when News 7 returns.
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Plus, many are ready to dive in, but can Roanoke find enough lifeguards in time to open its pools this week?
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[Sports-preview]


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[OUT Q=...THE BIG 7."]
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(( Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as the Virginia High School state quarterfinals open with spring sports elimination games across the Commonwealth. We'll check on four of tonight's game and set the stage for upcoming spring jubilee in Radford. Tonight on the Big 7.))
[Iraq]

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President Bush says it's a "catalyst for change'' in Iraq.
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY;]

The U-N Security Council unanimously approved a resolution that endorses the transfer of sovereignty to Iraq's new government.
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[IN Q=by june 30th Iraq will;]

((JOHN NEGROPONTE/US AMBASSADOR TO THE UN BY JUNE 30TH IRAQ WILL REASSERT ITS SOVEREIGNTY. A STEP FORWARD ON THE PATH TOWARDS A DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED GOVERNMENT.))
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The resolution allows multinational forces to remain in Iraq for security. But also gives the Iraqi government the right to ask the force to leave at any time.
[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;]

Also today, several hostages, three Italian and one Pole, were rescued by U-S Special forces. The group had been held captive for more than two months. In northern Iraq, car bombings killed one American soldier and 14 Iraqis.
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[G-8]


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World leaders are meeting tonight-
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[SUPER=03-Sea Island, GA]


It is the beginning of the G-8 Summit in Sea Island, Georgia.
President Bush met with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Throughout the day, heads of state arrived one after another at the Army Airfield near Savannah and were taken by helicopter to Sea Island.
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In Brunswick and Savannah- protesters came out- but not as many as activists hoped for.
Protesters rallied on several issues- with about 100 marchers at each rally.
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[Trooper-Accident]


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Neighbors say a Henry County intersection where a police trooper wrecked has been a hazard for years.
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The wreck happened just after 5 p.m. yesterday at the intersection of Route 57 and Mount Olivet Road. Police say Trooper A-J Hairston was responding to a call, heading west on Route 57 when a car driven by Lisa Johnson of Martinsville pulled out in front of him.
[SUPER=04-Today]

Today, state police used surveying equipment to reconstruct the accident while neighbors recalled the wreck itself. Wil McCall and Marshall Walls were two of the first on scene.
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((WIL MCCALL/WITNESS: HE RUNS AROUND, TRIES TO OPEN THE DRIVER'S SIDE DOOR. I'M TRYING TO KEEP THE LADY OVER THERE AWAKE 'CAUSE SHE'S IN SHOCK.))
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[OUT Q=...awake 'cause she's in shock.]
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Walls says the intersection needs a stoplight.
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[IN Q=There's been cars screeching..]

((MARSHALL WALLS/WITNESS: THERE'S BEEN CARS SCREECHING TIRES, LOTS OF DEBRIS THAT I'VE CLEANED UP. AND I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY, THERE'S PLENTY OF LINE OF SIGHT RIGHT HERE.))
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[OUT Q=...plenty of line of sight right here.]
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Lisa Johnson is in serious condition at a hospital in Winston-Salem North Carolina. Trooper Hairston is in good condition at Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
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[Hunter]


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A youthful offender appealed to the judge to give him a break.
David Lee Hunter said he'd "hit rock bottom" and was hoping for "one last chance."
That was five years ago.
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[V/O-NAT ]
[SUPER=03-Salem]


In court today there was much talk about second, third and fourth chances.
In the end, Judge James Swanson reached a compromise in sentencing the 20-year old for aggravated IN-voluntary manslaughter.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./June 12, 2003]


It was a year ago that Hunter wrecked his vehicle at 100 miles an hour on Catawba Valley Road. They found marijuana and cocaine in his system. HE said he'd been drinking.
His pregnant sister, Tiffany, died in the wreck..
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In her closing remarks, the prosecutor labeled Hunter a "danger to society."
Even the judge said he couldn't "get past the huge risk to everyone in this community."
Judge Swanson sentenced Hunter to serve five years, recommending treatment while he's in prison. He could have given him up to TWENTY years.
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[Tease2]
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School may be winding down, but state high school playoffs are heating up.
Still ahead on News 7, Mike has plenty of highlights.
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Plus he helped put its product on the map.
Now one candy company is saying thanks to the Gipper.
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[Fashion-Awards]


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It is Fashion Awards time in New York City-
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[SUPER=03-New York, NY]


This year, Sean Puffy Combs took home the top award for men's fashion design.
The Council of Americas Fashion Designers brought out hundreds of fashionistas in New York.
Designer Carola Herrera won the Women's wear designer of the year-
And Actress Sara Jessica Parker was honored as a Fashion Icon.
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((SARAH JESSICA PARKER: AND I JUST WANT TO SAY I HAVE LOVED EVERY SINGLE SOLITARY DRESS I HAVE BORROWED.)) [BUTT TO] ((I FIND GREAT COMFORT IN KNOWING THERE ARE MORE DRESSES LAUGHTER.))
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[OUT Q=THERE ARE MORE DRESSES.. LAUGHTER.]
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Parker says she never tires of putting on a beautiful dress or suit or skirt.
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[Lifeguards]


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Roanoke residents will be able to take a dip this Friday, now that the city's found enough lifeguards.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape]


City officials worried that they would not be able to hire the minimum number of lifeguards required to fully open the Fallon Park and Washington Pools this summer.
But applications picked up and the city now says it will have enough lifguards on staff to open the pools this Friday.
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[S-Extra]


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Ferrum is ready to name a new coach. Plus, the state high school quarterfinals across the state. Plenty of highlight in moment. But first your Extra Point -
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[SUPER=03-E. Rutherford, NJ; :00]

The Giants will wrap up a three day mini camp tomorrow. And while most of the eyes have been on Eli Manning and Kurt Warner, Tiki Barber has been looking sharp. And Tiki isn't the only UVa alum in camp. Jamaine Winborne who was shot in the leg back on April 28th signed his contract and he has been practicing. Now your scores.
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[S-Ferrum]


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Before we get to the high school tournament action from tonight - News 7 Sports has learned that Ferrum College has a new men's basketball coach. Tomorrow at three - the Panthers will prove that good things com to those to wait as they introduce former UVa assistant Scott Shepherd as their next coach.
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[SUPER=04-Last Season; :00]

Shepherd coached five year with Pete Gillen at UVa and before that he was the head coach of Hargrave Military's postgraduate program where he won 127 games and lost only 18. Shepherd, who is a native of Elkins, West Virginia is now 37. He and his wife have two children. They will be welcomed to Ferrum community tomorrow at 3.
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[S-Cave]


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We begin tonight in the Group Two A baseball ranks - Tunstall beat William Byrd 3-to-1 in Dry Fork to end the Terriers' season. The Cave Spring hosted the Tazewell Bulldogs in the other quarterfinal contest on this side of the state.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Group AA Quarterfinals; :00]

A nice crowd turned out in South County hoping that the rain would stay away. We pick it up in the bottom of the third inning - the Knights will threaten as Austin Davis hits a double off the fence in center field to give Cave a runner in scoring position. But Davis would end up stranded at second as the Bulldogs' lefty - Casey Herald - who is headed to Virginia Tech - strikes out the side to end the inning. But the Knights would stay patient and finally get to Herald in the fourth inning. Teddy Saunders will rip a solo homer over the left field fence to put the Knights on top 1-to-nothing.
[super=34-Tazewell/0/Cave Spring/4;]

Cave Spring advances to the semi-finals on Friday at Calfee Park.
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The game time will be set tomorrow - because right now it conflicts with the Knights' Graduation.

[S-Bruins]


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In Group Two A boys' soccer action tonight the Blacksburg Bruins continued their march to what they hope will be a state title by shutting out Graham.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Group AA Quarterfinals; :00]

The Bruins started slow for the second straight game - but never trailed. Eric Eversole to Seth Louer - who centers the pass to Loren Bush. And Bush will wind up and rip a left footer in the net. One to Nothing at the half. Then in the second half - Eversole will just over - watch him toy with the defenders and then rip rope from about Christiansburg to make it a 2-to-nothing game. Later - Eversole will get the assist on the throw in that is
[SUPER=34-Graham/0/Blacksburg/4;]

headed in by Jon Talbot. Blacksburg moves on to the final four with the 4-to-nothing win over the G-Men.
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[S-Dogs]


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Also in Group Two A Soccer, Jefferson Forest traveled to Martinsville in a matchup of the Region III runner up and the Region Four champ.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville/Cavaliers vs. Bulldogs; :00]


The Cavaliers jumped out front 2-nothing on the homestanding Dogs just as they had against Blacksburg on Sunday.
Martinsville's Kyle Quinlivan got the 'Ville right back in it. The ball bounces around in the box before the state's all time leading scorer puts home the 124th goal of his career to make it 2-1.
[SUPER=34-Jefferson Forest/3/Martinsville/1/;]

But Jefferson Forest got this penalty kick late from Tyler Leveski and held on to advance 3-1.
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[S-Titans]


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Hidden Valley met up with Virginia High in girls' Group Two A soccer action. The Titans took the home field advantage over the Bear Cats in this state quarterfinal match up.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Group AA Girls' Quarterfinals; :00]

Fans were out in full force tonight to cheer on the nineteen and two Titans. Hidden Valley takes the kick off AND the early lead less than nine minutes into the first half. Senior forward Mary Elizabeth Weaver crosses from far left to junior midfielder Meredith Grunewald who drives it in the net for the score. Titans are up 1-to-nothing.
Only three minutes later, senior midfielder Cari Holt
[SUPER=34-Virginia/0/Hidden Valley/5;]

flips it up to sophomore Becca Danahy for the goal. Danahy slips it in. Hidden Valley goes on to take the victory 5-to-0.
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The Titans will play next in the state semifinals on Friday at 4 p.m. in Radford.

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In Group A softball tonight - defending state champ James River beat Powell Valley 3-to-nothing. Angela Tincher struck out 14 batters for her 15th straight shutout.
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In Group A baseball, Gate City beat Bath County 7-to-2, Chatham edged Prince William 4-to-3 and Grayson and JJ Kelly were postponed by rain.

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Last night's Stanley Cup win in Tampa began in Vinton.
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Tampa Bay coach John Tortorella won his first title as a head coach with the 1986-87 Virginia Lancers. That year the ACHL championship series also went seven games with the Lancers beating the Mohawk Valley Comets. The man who hired Tortorella back in '86 says you can see a little bit of Torty in each of his players today.
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Brabham, who has battled a brain tumor for more than a year, had one heck of a night on Monday. He got to see Tortorella win a title right after he was honored for 50 years as a Mason in the Vinton Masonic Lodge.
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[Jelly-Beans]


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Do you know what Ronald Reagan's favorite snack was?
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The answer is Jellybeans- In fact, the Jelly Belly Candy company in California says Reagan helped it gain worldwide success.
Reagan's love of Jelly Belly's began in 1967 when he was trying to quit smoking- Jelly Belly sent then-Governor Reagan miniature jelly beans to help.
Reagan wrote the company saying we can hardly start a meeting or make a decision without passing around the jelly beans.
Reagan carried that tradition to the White House where jelly beans became a must have at Cabinet meetings- he even ordered 7-thousand pounds of Jelly Belly's for his 1981 inauguration. (------------)