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Coming up on News 7-
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It's a waiting game as the former Hurricane Ivan inches towards Virginia. We'll have the forecast and tell you how local governments say you should prepare. Plus, a third party Presidential candidate drops by the Star City. And Britney's latest creation really does smell.
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News 7 is next.

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They're picking up the pieces along the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Ivan slammed ashore.
Meanwhile, Southwest and Central Virginia are preparing for the storm's arrival, and hoping for the best.
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[WX1] [11:00pm]
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Ivan is now a tropical depression but is still spawning tornadoes, dropping heavy rains and rustling up damaging winds.
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Robin Reed's been tracking the storm for days now and says it's still unclear where it might go.
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[MCU] Standing Position #2


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[SKYTRACKER7/FULL]CURRENT RAIN TRACK
[WXPRO/FULL]RAINFALL FORECAST TOTALS

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[Night-Storm]


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As Robin mentioned, the higher elevations are under high wind warning and wind advisories as what's left of Hurricane Ivan moves into our area.
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Jennifer Wishon joins us from atop Bent Mountain - one area that could experience high winds. Jennifer what are the conditions like there? Shannon, the winds are relatively calm at this hour, but residents across the valley
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spent the day preparing for the worse. For many, memories of damage caused by Hurricane Frances just last week are still fresh in their minds.
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[SUPER=01-Janice Rucker/Roanoke Resident; :25]
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[SUPER=01-Todd Burns/AEP Spokesman; 1:31]
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((JANICE RUCKER: WATER WAS IN IT TO WHERE THEY HAD TO HOLD THEIR PANTS LEGS UP TO GO IN.))
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Last week at this time residents on Meadowbrook Road in Roanoke were cleaning up after heavy rains associated with Hurricane Frances flooded a nearby creek and water rushed into their homes. At least two families have moved out while their homes dry out. Remaining residents aren't taking any chances.
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((JANICE RUCKER: FIRE DEPARTMENT CAME BY AND TOLD EVERYBODY TO BE PACKED UP AND READY TO MOVE OUT AT A MINUTES NOTICE.
IT COULD HAPPEN ANY TIME DURING THE NIGHT SO BE READY TO GO.))
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And residents are prepared - so prepared local hardware stores are having a hard time keeping up with demand.
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((MARK ROWLAND: THIS TIME A WEEK AND A HALF AGO WE WERE PACKED FULL.))
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At Lowe's in Roanoke water pumps and fittings for corrugated pipes are sold out. Managers have ordered twice the amount of flood related merchandise and hope to receive a shipment in the morning. Rowland says the entire industry is under a strain because so many supplies have been sent to Florida.
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[IN Q=The folks that do]

((MARK ROWLAND: THE FOLKS THAT DO OUR GENERATORS THEY PULLED OFF OF PRESSURE WASHERS TO BUILD MORE GENERATORS TO FOCUS ALL OF THE PRODUCT DOWN TO FLORIDA.))
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And while the region braces for heavy rains on top of saturated grounds, AEP is also bracing for the possibility of power outages. The company has called back crews headed to help out in Florida and has a plan to keep the lights on in Virginia.
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((TODD BURNS: WE GOT TO REHEARSE THAT PLAN LAST WEEK WITH FRANCES AND WERE ABLE TO BRING ABOUT 14,000 CUSTOMERS BACK ON IN VIRGINIA IN JUST OVER 24 HOURS. SO WE'VE GOT A GOOD WORK PLAN IF WE IN FACT DO LOSE POWER.))
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Officials in Lynchburg are meeting in the morning to discuss a plan for possible flooding along the James River.
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Shannon Danville officials are already manning their Emergency Services Center in anticipation of flooding along the Dan River.

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Roanoke Valley governments didn't wait for the rain to begin making preparations. And today, they encouraged residents to do the same.
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City employees spent much of the day moving items that were stored under the stands at Victory Stadium.
And next door, members of the Army National Guard were loading trucks and preparing equipment in case they're activated for disaster relief.
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((LT. COL. ERIC BARR: `WE'VE GOT FOOD AND EQUIPMENT AND RADIOS READY FOR OUR SOLDIERS AND NOW WE'RE GOING TO WATCH THE STORM TRACK AND SEE IF IT COMES THIS WAY OR NOT.))
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[OUT Q=see if it comes this way or not.]
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Emergency management officials were reviewing their preparedness plans while crews were moving equipment to higher ground.
They encouraged residents to do the same, by moving important items from flood prone basements, and gathering emergency supplies.
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[Schools]


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Several Schools are changing their schedules because of Ivan.
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[TAKE SCHOOLTOUCH FULL]
The Carlisle School will be closed Friday.
Franklin County schools will also be closed tomorrow- Code Zero.
Henry County has also cancelled classes for Friday.
Martinsville city schools will be closed tomorrow- Personnel code 12.
And Mercy Crossing Christian Academy will be open tomorrow, but students should report to the main church building.
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[SS=TS Ivan]


The Taste of the Blue Ridge Blues and Jazz Festival has moved indoors.
All Saturday events will now be held in the Hotel Roanoke from 11 a-m to 10 p-m.
Seating will be limited and on a first-come first-served basis.

[Ivan]


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Preparation is no longer the issue in states where Ivan's already made his mark. The storm's claimed 20-American lives and wracked up BILLIONS of dollars in damage. Susan Roberts has more from Pensacola Florida.
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((RAVAGED HOMES ... FLOODED STREETS ... DOWNED TREES AND POWERLINES. THAT'S JUST SOME OF THE DEVASTATION HURRICANE IVAN HAS LEFT BEHIND ALL ALONG THE GULF COAST.
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AND AS CREWS BEGIN THE GRUELING CLEANUP, RESIDENTS ARE TALKING ABOUT THEIR BRUSH WITH IVAN.
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"It was our experience with any kind of a hurricane, and it was extremely scary." "That was the scariest thing I have ever seen in my life. I will never stay home again." IVAN MADE ITS DEADLIEST IMPACT IN THE FLORIDA PANHANDLE -- WHERE THE HURRICANE SPAWNED A STRING OF TORNADOES. ONE TWISTER KILLED FOUR PEOPLE IN BLOUNTSTOWN NEAR PANAMA CITY. RESIDENTS SAY THEY EXPECTED THE WIND AND THE RAIN, BUT NOT THE DEADLY FUNNEL.
(MOS)

"I've never seen anything like this -- never."
(STANDUP BRIDGE)

IVAN ALSO WASHED AWAY A PORTION OF THIS BRIDGE ALONG THE PANHANDLE'S INTERSTATE 10, AND HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS LIVING IN THIS AREA LOST POWER, AS FLORIDA WEATHERED ITS THRID HURRICANE OF THE SEASON.
(nat - Orange Beach, Alabama)

WIDESPREAD DESTRUCTION CAN ALSO BE FOUND ALONG THE ALABAMA SHORELINE. THE EYE OF THE STORM SLAMMED INTO THE STATE'S COASTAL COMMUNITIES, AND TURNED ROADS INTO RIVERS ... SANDY BEACHES INTO SWAMPS.
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"Everything is under water. The beach is gone." NOTHING COULD STOP IVAN'S 130 MILE PER HOUR WINDS FROM DAMAGING THESE ROOFS -- OR THESE BOATS. THE HURRICANE'S DAMAGE IS ALREADY ESTIMATED TO BE BETWEEN 3 AND 10 BILLION DOLLARS. AND WITH ANOTHER STORM NAMED JEANNE SWIRLING IN THE CARRIBEAN ... MANY IN THE GULF ARE WONDERING IF THERE WILL BE A GREATER TOLL ON LIFE AND PROPERTY IN THE COMING DAYS. SUSAN ROBERTS, CBS NEWS, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.))
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Saddam Hussein may not have had weapons of mass destruction, but that doesn't mean he didn't want them.
New details from the report of U-S inspectors when News 7 returns.
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Plus you may not recognize him, but a Presidential candidate was in Western Virginia today.
We'll hear from him.
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(( Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as a number of local teams get a jump on the weekend and Ivan and play their football games tonight. We'll check out the highlights of four of tonight's contests, plus this week's ACC Connection celebrates Tech arrival in the ACC - and looks in at one of the last times Duke was in town - tonight on the Big 7.))
[Iraq]

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Sources say drafts of a report from the top U-S inspector in Iraq conclude there were no stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction.
But the report is also said to find that there are signs Saddam Hussein had dormant programs he hoped to revive at a later time.
Those conclusions are from a 15-hundred-page report from the Iraq Survey Group. Meanwhile there were more kidnappings today in Baghdad. Two Americans and one British civilian are now missing.
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The three were taken from a house in an upscale district of Baghdad. The two Americans are being identified as Jack Hensley and Eugene Armstrong. According to the U-S embassy, the two worked for a private company dealing in construction. There has been no word on the Briton.
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John Kerry launched his own attack on President Bush's Iraq policy today.
He told a meeting of the National Guard Association that Bush failed to tell U-S troops and the American people the truth about the situation in Iraq.
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((SEN. JOHN KERRY/(D) PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE; OUR PRESIDENT HAS MADE SERIOUS MISTAKES IN TAKING US TO WAR IN IRAQ. HE WAS WRONG TO RUSH TO WAR WITHOUT GIVING INSPECTORS TIME TO DO THIER WORK AND BRING ALLOES TO OUR SIDE. HE WAS WROING TO RUSH TO WAR WITHOUT UNDERSTANDING OR PLANNING FOR THE POSTWAR IN IRAQ))
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On Tuesday, Preisdent Bush told the same conference that Kerry had repeatedly changed his position on Iraq.
Today he repeated that argument.
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((DURING THE COURSE OF THIS CAMPAIGN THE FELLA I'M RUNNING AGAINST HAS HAD 8-POSITIONS IN ON IRAQ./// "LET ME BE CLEAR, MIXED SIGNAS ARE THE WRONG SIGNAlS TO SEND TO OUR TROOPS I THE FIELDS, THE IRAQI PEOPLE, OUR ALLIES AND MOST OF ALL, OUR ENEMIES))
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[OUT Q=most of all to our enemies.]
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Meanwhile, a federal judge has ordered the government to find and release all files about President Bush's Vietnam-era Air National Guard service.
The ruling is aimed at resolving a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by The Associated Press.

[Libertarian]


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The Libertarian Party's presidential candidate made a stop in Roanoke today.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke;]

Michael Badnarik greeted Roanokers on Jefferson Street before attending a reception at Corned Beef and Company. Badnarik WILL be on the ballot in the Commonwealth this November and says he's happy to provide an alternative for Virginia voters. If elected, Badnarik says he'd eliminate income taxes and abolish the I-R-S.
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[SOT 14:18:43]
[IN Q=The Tenth Amendment says that]

((MICHAEL BADNARIK: THE TENTH AMENDMENT SAYS THAT THE POWERS NOT DELEGATED TO THE UNITED STATES BY THE CONSTITUTION ARE RESERVED TO THE STATES OR TO THE PEOPLE SO WE ALSO WANT TO REDUCE THE SIZE OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO LEAVE THE DECISION MAKING POWERS AT THE STATE CAPITOL AND FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.))
[SUPER=01-Michael Badnarik/Libertaian Presidential Candidate;]
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[OUT Q=the American people]
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Badnarik left Roanoke for a speaking engagement at Virginia Tech. Tomorrow morning he'll make a stop at Lord Botetourt High School.
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Four people were killed and four others seriously injured early this morning on Interstate 295 near Richmond--
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[SUPER=03-Henrico Co.]

A car traveling the wrong way in the northbound lanes struck another car head on. A tractor-trailer then hit both of the wrecked cars. State police have not released the names of the victims but have said three of the dead and two of the injured were in the vehicle traveling the wrong way. The driver of the car that was struck was also killed. The tractor-trailer driver and a passenger were injured in the crash. The accident is still under investigation.
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Still ahead, more on what Ivan may have in store for Central and Western Virginia.
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And Britney does it again... this time she has her own fragrance.
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A German citizen who has made his home in Moneta for many years is alleged to be on the run.
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Wolfgang Schmiel was indicted in late June. The charges were unveiled today, enabling Interpol to distribute arrest warrants for him around the globe.
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U-S authorities outlined the tax evasion charges against Schmiel this afternoon, including a scheme to send his sales commissions overseas.
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((JOHN BROWNLEE/U. S. ATTORNEY; AFTER HIS COMMISSIONS WERE DEPOSITED IN ACCOUNTS CONTROLLED BY HIM AND HIS PARENTS IN GERMANY, SCHMEIL WOULD MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THIS MONEY TO BE RETURNED TO HIM UNDER THE GUISE OF LOANS AND GIFTS. IN SEVERAL INSTANCES, AND AS THE CHARGES NOW REFLECT, THESE COMMISSION PAYMENTS WERE THEN FRAUDULENTLY REPORTED ON MINERALS AND REFRACTORIES' CORPORATE TAX RETURNS AS DEDUCTIONS.))
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Minerals and Refractories was a legitimate business Schmiel operated for more than two decades.

[Lewis-Gale]


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Too many storks ---not enough babies --that's one reason Lewis-Gale Clinic will no longer offer obstetrics.


Instead its two OB-GYN's and a nurse practitioner will now focus on advanced gynecological services.
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In a letter to its patients, the clinic stated the demand for accessible care to diagnose and treat gynecology-related health issues continues to outpace the demand for obstetric care.
[SUPER=03-Salem]


This will not affectthe maternity unit at Lewis-Gale Medical Center. The clinic physicians are only two of several who deliver babies at the hospital.
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((ROSEMARY WINSLOW/LEWIS-GALE MEDICAL CTR.; WE DO HAVE MANY OTHER PHYSICIANS AT THE MEDICAL CENTER WHO WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO AND WE REALLY MAKE SURE WOMEN OF THE ROANOKE VALLEY KNOW THAT ALL THEIR NEEDS WILL BE MET IF THEY'RE HAVING A BABY))
[SUPER=01-Rosemary Winslow/Lewis-Gale Medical Ctr.]
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The Clinic says the decision will make it possible for it to expand gynecological services and offer more advanced procedures.
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The clinic will continue caring for its current patients who are pregnant until they deliver. But it won't accept new obstetric patients.

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The ACC Connection is on the way tonight, plus highlights from some of the rescheduled Friday Football Extra action that for the most part managed to beat the rain.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

But first tonight's Extra Point - Sterling Marlin - the driver of the Coors Light Dodge was in town tonight to help celebrate the grand opening of the brand new Circuit City store at Valley View Mall. The two-time Daytona 500 winner, failed to earn a spot in the chase for the championship finishing 19th in points. Now tonight's high school football scores.
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[GO TO SCORES]

[SUPER=65-Appomattox/22/Brookville/40/Buffalo Gap/9/Parry McCluer/13/Chatham/7/Dan River/23;]



[SUPER=65-Chilhowie/34/Fort Chiswell/26/Covington/0/Alleghany/27/E. Montgomery/22/Craig Co./21;]



[SUPER=65-Fort Defiance/18/Rockbridge Co./22/Martinsville/6/Franklin Co./20/Glenvar/26/Staunton River/6;]



[SUPER=65-Grayson Co./0/George Wythe/56/Gretna/61/Tunstall/14/Riverheads/30/Nelson Co./25;]



[SUPER=65-Jefferson Forest/14/E.C. Glass/7/Lebanon/31/P.H.-Glade Spring/0/Moorefield, WV/46/Bath Co./25;]



[SUPER=65-Richlands/51/Abingdon/14/Northwood/33/Bland/6/Pocahontas/0/Auburn/61;]



[SUPER=65-Giles/Sept./Narrows/24th/Covenant/Friday/Roanoke Catholic/5:00pm;]
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Martinsville and Franklin County renewed their 220 rivalry tonight in the Mount. Franklin County had won two straight in the series.
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[SUPER=03-Rocky Mount/Martinsville vs. Franklin Co.; :00]


Taylor Edwards and company wasted no time in getting on the board.
On just the 4th play from scrimmage Quan Beamer throws it up for Jervis Wimbush. Wimbush hauls it in for a 29 yard touchdown and the Dogs led 6-nothing after the PAT was blocked.
But the Eagles soared by keeping things on the ground. Ronnie Edwards gets it done on a three yard TD. Franklin County led 20-6 at the break.
The Ville kept things interesting in the second half,
[SUPER=36-Martinsville/6/Franklin County/20/;]

but couldn't punch in a score as Xavier Drakeford picks off the Beamer pass at the one yard line. Franklin County won it 20 to 6.
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[SUPER=03-Moneta/Glenvar vs. Staunton River; :00]

In Moneta tonight, the Golden Eagles of Staunton River and head coach Dave Rocco hit the field hoping to slow down Glenvar. But the Highlanders would open the scoring as Daniel Ayers rolls out to his left and spots Devon Hackett open in the endzone. He hauls in the rainbow and Glenvar jumps on top 7-to-nothing in the second. Staunton River would answer that tally with this counter
[SUPER=36-Glenvar/26/Staunton River/6;]

reverse as Ryan Burdette comes around and just gets in the endzone. But Glenvar would dominate the rest of the way winning it 26-to-6.
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[SUPER=03-New Castle/Eastern Mont. vs. Craig Co.; :00]

The tightest game of the night was in New Castle where Craig County entertained Eastern Montgomery. The Rockets Casey Hancock would turn this third and goal into a touchdown and the Craig County lead in the second quarter. But the visiting Mustangs stayed within striking distance in the
[super=36-Eastern Montgomery/22/Craig Co./21;]

first half and eventually came from behind to take the 22-to-21 win over Craig tonight.
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[SUPER=03-Buena Vista/Buffalo Gap vs. Parry McCluer; :00]

The Fighting Blue were loaded for Bison on a balmy night in Buena Vista. The Blues would waste little time getting started. On the first possession of the game from their own 14 - Barrett Downs will go upstairs and connect with Dallas Cole. He makes the over the shoulder catch and pick up 34 yards on the play. Several plays later from midfield - Downs will look to pass , but this time keep and scramble around the left end. He finds a seam and rides the line all the way for a 48 yard touchdown.
[SUPER=36-Buffalo Gap/9/Parry McCluer/13/;]

The Fighting Blues win it 13 to 9 and Parry McCluer is now 2-and -0.
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And no matter what happens with the weather tomorrow - Friday Football Extra will be one tomorrow night at 11:35pm. Among other things - we'll have the highlights from 11 of tonight's games, the latest on all the postponements that are likely to come tomorrow, and as always the Super 7 and this week's Player of the Week segment -- tomorrow night at 11:35.

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This week's ACC Connection centers on the Hokies' much-anticipated debut in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
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[GO TO ACC CONNECTION FULL] Tech plays its first game as an ACC member this Saturday against Duke, and while it's likely to be pouring - rest assured that nothing will rain on Tech's parade this weekend.
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[SUPER=01-William Lavery/Va. Tech President 1975-to-1987; :38]
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[SUPER=01-Jim Wightman/Va. Tech Chemistry Professor Emeritus; 1:11]
[SUPER=04-1989 Season; 1:31]
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(( The Hokies and Blue Devils haven't played each other since 1984. Back then Bruce Smith was building up his Outland Trophy Resume against Duke quarterback Ben Bennett. Back then the Hokies were nothing more than independents - who viewed the ACC as a bunch of snobs. The members of the Blacksburg Sports Club still can't believe this ACC membership is a reality. For years they knew their inclusion was logical - just not very likely. ((WILLIAM LAVERY:)) ((WAYNE CAMPBELL:)) ((JIM WIGHTMAN:)) Brothers and sisters and former and sometimes even former teammates and coaches. Billy Hite has been a coach at Virginia Tech for 27 seasons dating back to 1978. He came to Tech with Bill Dooley after a stellar career as a tailback at North Carolina where one of his teammates for current ACC Commissioner John Swofford.)) ((BILLY HITE:))
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[WIPE TO DUKE VT BOARD] And don't forget the historic ACC opener for the Hokies is right here on Your Hometown Station this Saturday at Noon.


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Look for Britney Spears' latest production to turn heads in teh fragrance aisle.
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Spears has released a new perfume by Elizabeth Arden called "Curious." The white floral fragrance is accented with Louisiana magnolia from Britney's home state. The cost is between $40-$50 dollars a bottle, depending on the size. Britney told an audience at the Macy's department store in New York that she was thrilled about promoting the new scent. (------------)