02/16/05

11 p.m.

ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM


GRAPHIC=None Coming up on News Seven,



ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The candidates for Roanoke's top
school job are completing their
campaign.

Will have their question and
answer period with the public.

Plus, a Tech tennis player tells
us how getting hit by a car has changed
her focus.


And, a well-trained pooch fetches
his owner a jail term.

(END VO) (END VO)



News Seven at Eleven is next.

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*CG 4064
News 7 at 11 Banner


*CG standup Shannon Young
syoung@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed
rreed@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com

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ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The public gets its first look at the


two men who hope to become Roanoke's
next school superintendent.

(END VO)




SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News 7 @ 11 Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.



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GRAPHIC=News 7 @ 11 Two want it, only one can have it.



Prior to tonight, the finalists for
Roanoke's school superintendent had
already faced tough questions from the
school board.

But now they got their hardest
grilling yet....from the public.

News 7 @ 11 in MOnitor DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Justin/BAM Justin McLeod attended the public


forum. How did the candidates do?

Shannon, let's just say they get can
an 'A" for effort.

LIVE=Justin Full/BAm LIVE FULL

*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com They both currently work in Virginia
and when it comes to their vision for
Roanoke schools, they have
similiarities and differences.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
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INQ=




*CG locator Roanoke
00



*CG 2line Karen Pillis
Parent
12


*CG 2line Tami Anderson
Parent
22


*CG 2line Anita Price
Roanoke Education Association
31


*CG 2line Marvin Thompson
Superintendent Finalist
54


*CG 2line James Victory
Superintendent Finalist <<((NAT SOUND OF ANNOUNCER ASKING 1:22 QUESTION))

It was an education of sorts as more
than two hundred people showed up to
meet the candidates.

SOT FULL 16:22:59 SOT FULL



INQ=FOR A LONG TIME KAREN PILLIS/PARENT: FOR A LONG TIME


MY CHILDREN WILL BE AFFECTED BY THIS
CHOICE AND I WANTED TO SEE WHAT THE
FINALISTS LOOK LIKE.

RUN05 (END SOT)



OQ=LOOK LIKE Parents especially came with plenty



of questions and concerns.

SOT FULL 16:25:35 SOT FULL



INQ=What I would like TAMI ANDERSON/PARENT: WHAT I WOULD


LIKE TO SEE IS SOME WAYS THE
SUPERINTENDENT CAN COME IN AND HELP
MORE OF THE PARENTS.

RUN06 (END SOT)



OQ=OF THE PARENTS Equally important is how the teachers


feel.

SOT FULL 16:40:25 SOT FULL



INQ=we have to recognize ANITA PRICE/ROANOKE TEACHER


ASSOCIATION: WE HAVE TO RECOGNIZE THAT
WE HAVE SOME PAST ISSUES AND CONCERNS
WITH OUR DISTRICT SO INORDER TO MAKE
CERTAIN THAT WE CONTINUE THAT PATH OF
HEALING YOU GOT TO HAVE DIALOGUE.

RUN10 (END SOT)



OQ=got to have dialogue ((QUICK NAT SOUND OF MARVIN TALKING))



Marvin Thompson says he's up to the
challenge.

He's currently an administrator in
Prince William County Schools and
believes he can bring a lot to Roanoke.

SOT FULL 16:38:18 SOT FULL



INQ=I think the ability MARVIN THOMPSON/SUPERINTENDENT


FINALIST: I THINK THE ABILITY TO BUILD
CONSENSUS AMONG PEOPLE FERRET OUT WHAT
THE ISSUES ARE AND DEVELOP PLANS I
THINK THOSE ARE MY STRENGTHS.


RUN05 (END SOT)



OQ=ARE MY STRENGTHS Thompson has three priorities. They


are to close the achievement gap,
establish a vision, and work well with
parents and teachers.

SOT FULL 16:37:45 SOT FULL



INQ=I think MARVIN THOMPSON: I THINK THIS SCHOOL


SYSTEM HAS A LOT OF POTENTIAL. I AM
LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO MAKE HAPPEN.

RUN06 (END SOT)



OQ=TO MAKE HAPPEN ((QUICK NAT SOUND OF JAMES VICTORY))



James Victory is the other finalist.

He's currently an administrator in
Norfolk Schools and believes he's a
perfect fit for Roanoke.

SOT FULL 16:46:10 SOT FULL



INQ=I bring a JAMES VICTOR/SUPERINTENDENT FINALIST:


I BRING A PASSION FOR THE WORK, I LOVE
WHAT I DO. I'VE BEEN DOING IT AND
NEVER LOST A DESIRE FOR IT.

RUN06 (END SOT)



OQ=desire for it His three priorities are increasing


academic achievement, making schools
safe, and having more community
involvement.

SOT FULL 16:47:07 SOT FULL



INQ=Roanoke has done JAMES VICTORY/SUPREINTENDENT FINALIST:


ROANOKE HAS DOME SOME WONDERFUL THINGS
BUT IT'S LIKE MY CURRENT DIVISION.

WE'VE DONE SOME WONDERUL THINGS BUT
THERE IS STILL SOME WORK THAT HAS TO BE
DONE.

RUN07 (END SOT) >>



OQ=TO BE DONE





RUNS=1:43 (END SOT)



OQ=WORK THAT HAS TO BE DONE





LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL



After the forum, attendees expressed
their opinions on a questionaire.

The school board will now review
those comments and make a decision
within a week.

DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Justin/BAM DOUBLE BOXES



The board is meeting tomorrow and
Shannon there is a chance it could
happen then.

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GRAPHIC=None United States' Intelligence agencies
ENG#=4 say al-Qaeda is still trying to attack


on U-S soil.


VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Washington, DC

Those agencies testified today that
al-Qaeda is the main threat to America
and that the group is doing everything
it can to sneak through security
measures.

SOT FULL 1:18 - 1:35 SOT FULL
INQ=We realize




*CG 2line Admiral James Loy
Homeland Security Deputy Secretary ADMIRAL JAMES LOY/HOMELAND SECURITY
DEPUTY SECRETARY; WE REALIZE THAT AN
ATTACK HERE COULD COME IN ANY FORM AT
ANY PLACE ON ANY TIME TABLE. TERRORIST
GROUPS, EVEN ONE'S WHOSE CAPABILITIES
MAY HAVE BEEN WEAKEN BY ARRESTS AND
INTERDICTIONS WORLDWIDE, ARE PATIENT,
STRATEGIC, AND METHODICAL IN THEIR
OPERATIONAL PLANNING.
RUNS=17



OQ=operational planning. VO-NAT
VO-NAT



Officials say finding covert Al-Qaeda
operatives inside the U-S is the top
priority, but it's also one of the most
difficult challenges.

SOT FULL 1:05 - 1:14 SOT FULL
INQ=The very nature





*CG 2line Robert Mueller
FBI Director ROBERT MUELLER/FBI DIRECTOR; THE VERY
NATURE OF A COVERT OPERATIVE, TRAINED
NOT TO RAISE SUSPICIOUS AND TO APPEAR
BENIGN, IS WHAT MAKES THEIR DETECTION
SO DIFFICULT.
RUNS=09



OQ=so difficult. VO-NAT
VO-NAT



The group also believes Iran is
becoming a threat to America by
supporting terror factions and
insurgents in Iraq.

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ENG#=1




*CG locator Cincinnati, OH

Meanwhile today, the Homeland
Security Department confiscated items
scheduled for display in an art
exhibit.

The items- from Austrian artist
Robert Jelinek- included fake
passports, rubber stamps and ink pads.


Jelinek was stopped on a connecting
flight from Detroit to Cincinnati for
the opening of his exhibit.

An agent searched his bags and
confiscated the items.

The artist's display focused on
government powers including the
authority to issue documents.

He planned to hand out "fantasy"
passports to visitors.

The exhibit will carry on without
the seized items.

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SHANNONON CAM SHANNON ON CAM


GRAPHIC=None Authorities have ruled the shooting


death of an Episcopal priest who once
lived in Forest was a suicide.

Sixty-two-year-old Reverend Alan
McLean was rector of an Episcopal
church in Wenatchee Washington and
previously served at a church in Forest
in the late 1990s.

Friday, McLean was found shot in his
church office with a gun beside him.
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GRAPHIC=Kroger Contract There's still more than
ENG#=2 five-weeks left on the contract, but


talks are already underway between
Kroger and its Union.

Negotiations got started in
Roanoke this morning.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The United Food and Commercial
Workers Union Local 400 represents
35-hundred employees throughout
Virginia, West Virginia and Tennessee.

Union members say they want to
maintain their healthcare benefits,
increase wages and fund retirement

plans.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=People work very..




*CG 2line Mike Earman
Local 400
00


*CG 2line Pete Williams
Kroger MIKE EARMAN, LOCAL 400: PEOPLE WORK 13 VERY HARD IN THE STORES AND THEY EARN
IT EVERYDAY AND LONGTIME CAREER PEOPLE
HAVE COME TO COUNT ON IT AS A PART OF
THE LONGTERM COMPENSATION PACKAGE.

PETE WILLIAMS, KROGER: I CAN TELL YOU
THAT KROGER IS NOT LOOKING FOR A
PROBLEM. MY DISCUSSIONS WITH UFCW
LEADS ME TO BELIEVE THEY'RE NOT LOOKING
FOR A PROBLEM. AND THE FEEDBACK I GET
FROM OUR EMPLOYEES THEY'RE NOT LOOKING
FOR A PROBLEM.

RUNS=23



OQ=.. for a problem.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The contract between Kroger and
the union expires March 26th.

The union hopes to vote on a new
contract two days later.

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*CG locator Lynchburg

Circuit City will close its
Lynchburg store and 19 others
nationwide.

The chain says the stores are in
markets that can't support them any
more.

The store in Lynchburg is in the
Candlers Station shopping center.

It's closed for two days while
employees prepare for a closeout sale.

No word yet on when the store will
close for good.

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GRAPHIC=VA LEgislature A State Senate committee today
ENG#=4 killed a bill that would have made it


more difficult for gay and lesbian
couples to adopt children.


VO-NAT VO-NAT



The bill would have required an
investigation into whether a potential
adoptive parent is homosexual.

Delegate Dick Black says his bill
preserves a long standing Virginia
tradition of having mothers and fathers
adopt children.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Since most children grow up




*CG 2line Del. Dick Black

(R) Sterling DEL. DICK BLACK: SINCE MOST CHILDREN


GROW UP AND MARRY YOUNG LADIES OR MEN
OF THE OPPOSITE SEX THEY DESERVE THE
GREATEST OPPORTUNITY TO EXPERIENCE THE
NATURAL LOVE OF A MOTHER AND FATHER.

RUNS=11



OQ=love of a mother and father





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Adoptive parent Liz Cramer
testified that a person's ability to
take care of a child isn't based on
sexual orientation.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=Gays and lesbians have stepped




*CG 2line Liz Cramer

Adoptive Parent LIZ CRAMER: GAYS AND LESBIANS HAVE
STEPPED FORWARD TO ADOPT SOME OF THE
CHILDREN PEOPLE DON'T WANT. CHILDREN
WHO ARE HIV POSITIVE OR HAVE AIDS,
OLDER CHILDREN, CHILDREN WITH EMOTIONAL
AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES.

RUNS=11



OQ=emotional and physical disabilities





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Committee chairman Senator Ken
Stolle (Staw-ley) says he thinks the
current system for screening adoptive
parents works well.

(END VO)




SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Car Tax In other news from the capitol


today, a plan to complete the phase out
of the car- tax stalled in the Senate
Finance Committee.
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GRAPHIC=None Funeral services are set for
ENG#=1 tomorrow for a Roanoke woman whose life


covered parts of THREE centuries.

VO-NAT VO-NAT


*CG locator Roanoke
April 1998 Gertrude Jumper died last week at
the age of a hundred and nine.

She was a mere one hundred and
three when her house burned down, and
the community helped her get back on
her feet.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=I think it's wonderful




*CG 2line Gertrude Jumper
1998 GERTRUDE JUMPER: I THINK IT'S
WONDERFUL. I JUST APPRECIATE EVERYTHING
THAT PEOPLE GIVE ME BECAUSE IF THERE
WAS EVER A PERSON WHO NEEDED IT, IT'S
ME.

RUNS=10



OQ=it's me.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Many paid their respects to
Gertrude Jumper earlier tonight.

(END VO) (END VO)



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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

The F-D-A considers pulling the
plug on some popular painkillers.


More on the controversy next.


SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ=Sit SIT, GO GET IT



RUNS=02



OQ=get it





ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus how J-D the retriever


fetched a little too well... and got
his owner busted.

(END VO) (END VO)

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INQ=Hey folks Mike << Hey folks Mike Stevens back in


the News 7 Sports office as the Heels
throwdown on UVa tonight.

Salem and Hidden Valley are
knocked out of the River Ridge boys'
tourney tonight.

While unbeatem Heritage rolls on
the Seminole.

Plus, Steve Mason checks in with

Hometown Hoops Weekly and Travis Wells
joins us from Daytona. Only on the Big
7.>>

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OQ= on the Big 7



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SHAN ON CAM SHAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Advisory committees to the FDA

HEALTHCHECK ANIMATION are hearing everything there is to know
ENG#=1 about painkillers called Cox-2


inhibitors.

The class of drugs includes Vioxx
which was pulled from the market for
causing heart problems.

As Aleen Sirgany reports, what
happens this week could determine the
future of the other medications.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=They are in medicine cabinets...





*CG locator Gaithersburg, MD
16


*CG 2line Lourdes Villalba
FDA Medical Officer
:29


*CG 2line Garret Fitzgerald
University of Pennsylvania
:46


*CG 2line Aleen Sirgany
CBS News
1:21



RUNS=1:34 (END SOT)



OQ=STD < (END SOT) THE COUNTRY ...BUT SHOULD THEY BE?



UNDER CLOSE SCRUTINY ITSELF, THE F-D-A
IS TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT THE

SAFETY OF THE POPULAR PRESCRIPTION
PILLS KNOWN AS COX2 INHIBITORS,

INCLUDING CELEBREX AND BEXTRA.

(GAITHERSBURG,MD)

THE THREE DAY HEARING COMES AMID
CRITICISM THE AGENCY DIDN'T ADHERE TO

WARNINGS ABOUT ANOTHER COX2
INHIBITOR....VIOXX...WHICH WAS PULLED

OFF

THE SHELF IN SEPTEMBER BY ITS
MAKER...NOT THE F-D-A.

(SOT)



LOURDES VILLALBA/FDA MEDICAL OFFICER

WE WERE NOT SLEEPING BEHIND THE WHEEL,
WE HAVE BEEN ON TOP OF THE DATA

BUT STUDIES FOUND THAT DRUG CAUSED
CARDIOVASCULAR PROBLEMS....THE F-D-A

MUST NOW DETERMINE IF THERE ARE SIMILAR
DANGERS WITH THE OTHER PAIN

PILLS IN THE FAMILY.

(SOT)DR. GARRET FITZGERALD/UNIVERSITY


OF PENNSYLVANIA, INSTITUTE FOR

TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE AND THERAPEUTICS

WE'RE LIKELY TO SUBJECT NEW DRUGS IN
THIS CLASS TO HURDLES BEFORE

THEY'RE APPROVED. EXISTING DRUGS SHOULD
BE SUBJECT TO THE SAME HURDLES.

THE FDA SAYS IT WANTS TO HEAR ANY
RELEVANT INFORMATION BEFORE A VOTE ON

WHAT TO DO NEXT...BUT THE FDA SCIENTIST
WHO SAYS HIS COMPLAINTS ABOUT

VIOXX FELL ON DEAF EARS SAYS HE'S
WORRIED AGAIN. DAVID GRAHAM TELLS

C-B-S NEWS HE'S AFRAID HE'LL BE FIRED
IF HE REVEALS THE RESULTS FROM A

NEW STUDY SHOWING DANGERS WITH THE COX
2 DRUGS...WHEN HE TESTIFIES ON


THE SECOND DAY OF THE HEARING.

(STANDUP)

IN THE END, THE F-D-A CAN TAKE ONE OF
SEVERAL ROUTES.....IT CAN ORDER

WARNING LABELS, RESTRICT THE USE OF THE
MEDS OR PULL THEM OFF THE MARKET

ALL TOGETHER. ALEEN SIRGANY, CBSNEWS,
WASHINGTON.>>

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

Robin says it's back to
February.

The chilly forecast is still
ahead on News Seven.

ENG#=Aprisa VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus she's already beaten the


odds once. How a Virginia Tech tennis
player is enduring after being hit by a
car.

(END VO) (END VO)

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A Roanoke singer made it on the TV
ENG#=1 show American Idol.. not once, but


twice.

SOT FULL



INQ=i SAID i WANT YOU





*CG locator Roanoke (SOT FULL)



I SAID I WANT YOU TO KNOW I SAID I WANT
YOU KNOW RIGHT NOW YOU'VE BEEN GOOD TO
ME BABY.

RUNS=07



OQ=GOOD TO ME BABY





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Justin Alden Wynn made it to the
top 32 on the second season of the
show.

This time around he got to the top
180 and got cut.

But Wynn says it was all
worthwhile...

he got a free trip to Hollywood- met
celebrities and landed singing gigs
because of his appearance.

SOT FULL



INQ=I was able to do





*CG 2line Justin Alden Wynn (SOT FULL)



Local Singer JUSTIN ALDEN WYNN: I WAS ABLE TO DO SO
MANY AWESOME THINGS I WAS ABLE TO SING
FOR MICHAEL JORDAN FOR ONE OF HIS LAST
BASKETBALL GAMES SING THE NATIONAL
ANTHEM AT THREE NASCAR RACES AND AN
INDY CAR RACE.

RUNS=11



OQ=Indy car race





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Wynn also hopes to land a recording
contract and eventually start his own
record label.

(END VO) (END VO)


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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A Virginia Tech tennis player
ENG#=2 says getting hit by a car wasn't part


of the game plan.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Blacksburg
:00 Last Wednesday, star freshman
J.J. Larson was hit while walking in a
crosswalk on campus.

She ended up with a broken collar
bone.

The injury will sideline her from

the team for a tleast 6 weeks.

Larson had already overcome
amazing odds.

She uses a prostheitc after being
born without a left hand.

SOT FULL SOT FULL
INQ=I always




*CG 2line J. J. Larson
VT Freshman JJ LARSON: I ALWAYS HAD THE ATTIDUTUDE
I GUESS THAT I COULD DO ANYTHING THAT
ANYONE ELSE COULD GO CAUSE MY PARENTS
NEVER WERE TREATING ME SPECIAL OR
ANYTHING LIKE THAT.

RUNS=:08



OQ=like that.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Larson says the accident has
given her a new, more optimistic look
on life.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Highlights from four of tonight's
ENG#=APRISA high school tournament games, plus UVa


takes on Carolina, Travis Wells checks
in from Daytona, and we'll have the
latest edition of Hometown Hoops
Weekly.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator New York, NY
:00 But first your Extra Point - NHL

commissioner Gary Bettman stepped to
the microphone and officially cancelled
the rest of the NHL season today 1pm.

153 days already had been missed
and fans interest has dropped off to
almost nothing.

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OC=...LAST SCORE




*CG colbball


Virginia
61
j

North Carolina #4


85


ACC Men
j
Winthrop
65


Radford
60


Big South Men



*CG colbball j
Virginia Tech
73


Georgia Tech
48


ACC Women
j
Ferrum
81


Averett
48


USA South Women


*CG colbball j
Guilford
65


Washington & Lee
60


ODAC Women
j
Emory & Henry
57



Roanoke
49


ODAC Women


*CG hsbball j
Pulaski Co.
77


Salem
54


River Ridge Boys' Semi-Finals


Hidden Valley
51
j
Cave Spring
53


River Ridge Boys' Semi-Finals


*CG hsbball j
Heritage
55


Liberty
35



Seminole Boys' Semi-Finals


Brookville
36
j
Amherst Co.
38


Seminole Boys' Semi-Finals


*CG hsbball


Floyd Co.
39
j
Glenvar
53


Three Rivers Boys' Semi-Finals
j
Radford
65


Eastern Montgomery
54


Three Rivers Boys' Semi-Finals


*CG hsbball



Dan River
30
j
Magna Vista
78


Piedmont Girls' Semi-Finals


Patrick Co.
37
j
Bassett
47


Piedmont Girls' Semi-Finals


*CG hsbball


Staunton River
23
j
Brookville
59


Seminole Girls' Semi-Finals
j
George Wythe
63



Lebanon
49


Hogoheegee Girls' Semi-Finals


*CG hsbball j
Narrows
73


Grayson Co.
36


Mountain Empire Girls' Semis
j
Bland Co.
69


Galax
45


Mountain Empire Girls' Semis


*CG hsbball >>
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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=ACC On the ACC women's court tonight
ENG#=1 the Hokies bounced back in the win


column with a 73 to 48 win over Ga.
Tech to improve to 15 and 8.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Chapel Hill, NC
espn2 On the men's side - UVa was in :00 Chapel Hill looking for revenge and
looking to extend its winning streak to
four games in the ACC.

Gary Forbes played well with 23,
but UNC played better. Rashad McCants
led
*CG final Virginia a balanced Carolina attack on retro 61 night with 23 and UNC wins it 85 to 61
North Carolina #4 to drop the Cavs to 13 & 10.


85
Virginia Now 4 and 8 In ACC



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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=RIVER RIDGE High school district action
ENG#=2 continued tonight with the River Ridge


boys taking over the Salem Civic
Center.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Salem
River Ridge Semi-Finals The opener had the regular season :00 champs from Pulaski taking on Salem.

The Cougars' Andrew Hart creates
some space with the fake and then
drives hard to the hoop for the bucket.

Most folks thought Salem was a
shor-in to get back to the state final
four, but even throwdowns like this two
handed jam from Kenny Belton couldn't
get it done.
*CG final Pulaski Co.
77 The other big man Ernie Hodge Salem would show his skills with a sweet spin 54 move. Pulaski ends Salem's season with River Ridge Semi-Finals an easy 77 to 54 win.

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ENG#=3





*CG file Titans vs. Knights
:00 The second game was a South
County showdown as the Titans took on
Cave Spring.

The Knights lost to Hidden Valley
twice in the regular but tonight they
kept it close the whole way as David
Redick gets the putback.

Hidden Valley's Kevin Lambert
will make the steal and find Daniel
Gills open on the outside for the three
pointer.
*CG final Cave Spring
53 But Cave Spring would not go away Hidden Valley tonight. Sam Cole gets this one, abd 51 the Knights earn a trip to the River Ridge Semi-Finals regionals with a 53-to-51 upset win.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=SEMINOLE In the Seminole district tonight
ENG#=4 the final four was played at Heritage


high school the home of the regular
season champion Pioneers.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Lynchburg
Seminole District Semi-Finals In the opener tonight, the
:00 Liberty cheerleaders had their work cut
out for them against Heritage.

Terrence Penn makes the inbounds
pass look easy to Wayne Ford, who puts
up the three ball and drops it through
for a triple.

Liberty would try to best to hang
with the taller Pioneer Mike Vasenda
passes to John Coffey, who goes in for
the layin.

But Heritage would get the 20
points win tonight as Delaney Brown
gets the hoop and Heritage the 55 to 35
win.
*CG file Amherst vs. Brookville

The nightcap would feature
Brookville and Amherst County.

Amhert's Chris Cecil drives
inside through traffic and he is able
to convert the bucket for the Lancers.

Ryan Arnold would answer back for
the Bees with the pass to Brad McDaniel
to Kyle Malone for the two pointer down
low.

But Amherst would Andrew Ure
would hit the three and the Lancers
earna spot in the regionals with the 38
to 36 win.

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ANCHOR=MIKE MIKE ON CAM



GRAPHIC=HOMETOWN HOOPS This week's edition of Hometown
ENG#=1 Hoops Weekly takes us to the Mount as


Steve Mason checks in with the high
flying Eagles of Franklin County.

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*CG standup Steve Mason
smason@wdbj7.com
:00


*CG 2line Lewis Witcher
18 Pts, 11 Rebounds a Game Average
:23


*CG locator Rocky Mount
:35


*CG file G.W. Danville vs. Franklin County
:45


*CG 2line Doug Conklin

Franklin Co. Boy's Head Coach
1:00


*CG 2line Mario Mattox
Franklin Co. Senior Point Guard
1:39





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OQ=..HOMETOWN HOOPS WEEKLY"...



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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=DAYTONA From Franklin County to Daytona - where
ENG#=2 Travis Wells is spending this week.



Tonight he brings us a common
thread running all the way from Patrick
County to Florida.

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*CG locator Daytona Beach, FL
:00


*CG 2line Tim Goad
Pit Crew Coach for Bam Racing
:22



*CG 2line Ken Schrader
Bam Racing Dodge Driver
:38


*CG standup Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com
1:16


*CG 2line Len Wood
Wood Brothers Owner
1:30


*CG 2line Ricky Rudd
Motorcraft Ford Driver
1:42



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SHAN ON CAM SHAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None Man's best friend may not be his
ENG#=1 bests accomplice in crime.



VO-NAT :30 VO-NAT

*CG locator Grapevine, TX

J.D. the Labrador landed his
owner in jail.

Matthew Porter of Richland Hills,
Texas was playing Frisbee golf with
friends Monday when a police officer
arrived and thought he smelled burning
marijuana.

The officer began checking for
outstanding warrants.

J.D., meanwhile, waded into a
nearby creek and returned a short while
later carrying a plastic bag of pot.

The dog delivered the evidence
right to the officer.

Porter was arrested.

But he says he's not mad at his
pet, that the dog looks out for
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