04/24/05

News 7 at 11

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GRAPHIC=None Coming up on News Seven,



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Neighbors react to last night's manhunt
in Bedford County.

Pope Benedict the 16th has his big day.
We'll take you to the inauguration.

And some folks in the Midwest spring
backward to winter.

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Plus, will the snow return for us here?

News Seven at Eleven is next.

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*CG standup Myranda Stephens
mstephens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=Shooting Good Evening, I'm Myranda


Stephens.

A man is behind bars for shooting
another man in a Bedford County
neighborhood.

Now the victim's family and
neighbors are left with many unanswered
questions.

Jeremy Butterfield went back to

the neighborhood this afternoon and has
more.

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INQ=The Hidden Valley




*CG locator Bedford Co.
:00




*CG 2line Edward Thompsoen
Hidden Valley Resident
:27


*CG 2line Thandi Jones
Witness
:44


*CG standup Jeremy Butterfield
jbutterfield@wdbj7.com
1:03



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(END SOT) The Hidden Valley trailor park


looks empty, only one day after it was
swarming with police officers, looking
for a shooter.

Police dogs, helicopters, and

officers combed the park, looking for
any evidence of 35 year-old Derick
Martin.

Police say Martin shot Charles
Spinner in the stomach and then ran
off.

Some nearby residents say they
didn't hear the gun shots, and were
surprised to see police just across the
street.

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INQ=I been living here @21:42:46



EDWARD THOMPSOEN:I BEEN LIVING HERE TWO
YEARS SO I AIN'T NEVER SEEN NOTHING OR
HEARD NOTHING LIKE THIS DOWN HERE. NOT
LIKE THAT YOU KNOW.

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OQ=that you know Some residents CLEARLY heard the


gun shots.

Thandi Jones was getting her hair
done inside the blue trailor, when
Spinner was shot on her front porch.

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INQ=First they were @21:46:47



THANDI JONES:FIRST THEY WERE GETTING
ALONG OR WHATEVER, AND SHARING BEERS
SHARING CIGARETTES, THEN NEXT THING I
KNOW THEY GOT TO FUSSEN, THEN GUNSHOTS
STARTED SHOOTING.


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OQ=started shooting. Thandi doesn't know what the two


were fighting about, only that Martin
wanted Spinner to go.

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INQ=Derrick said if @21:47:57



THANDI JONES:DERRICK SAID IF YOU DON'T
GET OFF THE PORCH I'M GOING TO SHOOT
YOU.

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OQ=to shoot you. BUTT BUTT BUTT



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INQ=Bedford Police located @21:56:19



JEREMY BUTTERFIELD:BEDFORD POLICE
LOCATED MARTIN FIFTEEN MILES AWAY FROM
THE SHOOTING AT HIS MOTHER'S HOUSE. HE
IS BEING CHARGED WITH MALICIOUS
WOUNDING AND USE OF A FIREARM TO COMMIT
A FELONY. ONE OF THE VICTIMS RELATIVES,
WHO DIDN'T WANT TO BE IDENTIFIED, IS
WONDERING WHY HE IS GETTING THE LESSER
CHARGE OF MALICIOUS WOUNDING AND NOT
ATTEMPTED MURDER.

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Bedford police say the malicous
wounding charge against Martin has the
potential to be upgraded or downgraded,
depending on what they learn from

further investigation.

Martin is currently being held
without bond at the Bedford Adult
Detention Center.

Jeremy Butterfield, News 7,
Bedford County.

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GRAPHIC=None Some folks in *Amherst* County


woke up to a "stinky" situation this
morning.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Amherst Co.

A third-party contractor was
drilling off of Dillard Road in the
Madison Heights section of the county,
when he struck a gas line just before
nine o'clock.

Two local businesses were
affected -- O'Neil Steel and Quality
Foods.

Officials say neither business
was open, but the Quality Foods
building had to be ventilated.


A *spokesman* for Columbia Gas of
Virginia says workers were able to make
the area safe again just after ten
o'clock, but repairs are ongoing.

He says service should be
returned by tonight or early tomorrow
depending on the needs of the
businesses.

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Myranda Tosses to Brent

We had wind, cold temperatures, even some snow showers this weekend. But is a warm-up on the way? Let's check in with Brent Watts in the SkyTracker7 forecast center.
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GRAPHIC=None Some future Botetourt County



athletes will be able to *swing to the
stars* when their new fields open in
2007.

Even though it's still years away
- three local organizations have
pledged 50-thousand dollars to get the
project off the ground.

The money is going toward the new
Botetourt Sports Complex's
baseball-softball center -- at
Greenfield Recreation Park.

Two-hundred thousand dollars has
already been designated for the project
by the Virginia Department of
Conservation and Recreation.

Construction will begin this
summer.
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GRAPHIC=None A missing woman is found unharmed


in Roanoke County.
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59-year-old Peggy James was
located around 11 o'clock this morning
-- on Rutrough Road.

James, who's from Wytheville, was
in Roanoke visiting family.


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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

Relatives became concerned when
James disappeared after a trip to the
Valley View Walmart last night around
5:45.

Family members say James does
*NOT* suffer from dementia or any other
illness and that's why they were
worried.

Police continue to investigate
*WHAT* led to the woman's
disappearance.

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GRAPHIC=None An ongoing drug investigation in


Halifax County has resulted in the
arrests of two men.
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37-year-old Bruce Alonzo Cribbs of
South Boston, and 38-year-old Bobby
Samuel Francis of Halifax were both
arrested Friday on drug-related
charges.


Authorities say the arrests stem from
an ongoing drug investigation -- in
which they recovered large amounts of
cash, drugs and other stolen items.

Both men are in custody under no bond.

More arrests are expected.

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GRAPHIC=None Some *homeowners* in Bath County are


upset about a new development project.

THEY say the project could make their
tax rates soar in the near future --
and force them to leave the county.

Alex Lawson has the story.

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*CG locator Bath Co.
:00


*CG 2line Stewart Hall
Chair. Bath Co. Bd. of Supervisors
:13
*CG 2line Carl Chestnutt
Concerned Taxpayer

:31
*CG standup Alex Lawson
alawson@wdbj7.com
:43
*CG 2line John Byer
Thinking about moving
:51
*CG 2line Charles Adams
Developer
1:14
*CG 2line Rocky Phillips
Concerned Tax Payer
1:28



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OQ=Alex Lawson, News 7, Bath County < (END SOT) is changing too fast for these long


time residents.

And they say projects like The
Homestead Preserve could become a big
financial challenge.

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INQ="We work at The Homestead.... 04:58 "WE WORK AT THE HOMESTEAD AND


RELATED TOURIST PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE
COUNTY AND THAT'S OUR MAIN INCOME AND
THOSE INCOMES WON'T SUPPORT THOSE
PROPERTY VALUES THAT'S GOING TO BE
PLACED ON THIS PROJECT THAT'S COMING IN
HERE." 05:12


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OQ=that's coming in here." Many of the Bath County residents are


senior citizens AND on fixed incomes.

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INQ="They just can barely... 11:08"THEY JUST CAN BARELY MAKE IT. AND


IF THESE TAXES GO UP, SOME OF THEM WENT
UP 300 PERCENT THE LAST ASSESSMENT THAT
WE HAD DONE, WHAT ARE THESE PEOPLE
GOING TO DO."11:20

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OQ=...people going to do."





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INQ="Some of the longtime... SU 30:09"SOME OF THE LONGTIME RESIDENTS


ARE SO UPSET WITH THIS PROJECT THAT
THEY'RE THINKING ABOUT LEAVING THE
COUNTY AND STARTING A NEW LIFE
SOMEWHERE ELSE."30:16

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OQ=somewhere else."





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INQ=I've considered... 10:25 "I'VE CONSIDERED GOING TO AUGUSTA


COUNTY. WHY? BECAUSE OF WHAT'S
HAPPENING IN BATH COUNTY AND THE WAY
WE'VE BEEN TREATED."10:37

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OQ=we've been treated." But Charles Adams, the developer of The


Homestead Preserve says the county will

benefit from the project.

A recent impact study shows the county
could gain up to three million dollars.

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INQ="Theoretically, 25:49 "THEORETICALLY, THE BUDGET STAYED


THE SAME, THEY SHOULD BE REDUCING TAXES
BECAUSE WE WOULD HAVE CREATED A NET
FISCAL BENEFIT FOR THE COUNTY."25:56

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OQ=...for the county." But folks like Rocky Phillips worry


that other if more developers move into
the area, that could affect the quality
of life.

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INQ="There are going 16:36"THERE ARE GOING TO BE OTHER


DEVELOPERS COMING IN BUILDING MORE
THINGS AND THAT'S GOING TO TAKE A TOLL
ON THE PEOPLE AND IMPACT ON US."16:44

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OQ=..impact on us." But being open with the local people is


what Charles Adams plans to do.


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INQ="We'll sit down... 28:45 WE'LL SIT DOWN AND OPEN UP THE


PLANS AND SHARE THEM WITH THEM SO THEY
CAN AT LEAST BE ARMED WITH THE
FACTS."28:53

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OQ=...with the facts." But that might not keep these men from



putting up a fight.

Alex Lawson, News 7, Bath County.

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Still to come...hundreds say goodbye to
a boy killed in a school bus accident.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT And thousands gather in St. Peters


Square to watch the new Pope take over.

Those stories when News 7 at Eleven
continues.

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INQ=HEY FOLKS... Hey folks Mike Stevens back in


the News 7 sports office - as the ODAC
crowns a softball champ tonight in the
form of Roanoke College, and a baseball
champ this afternoon as Hampden Sydney
slides in safely.


Plus, more Hoos and Hokies are
selected in day two of the draft.

And it's never too cold for golf
- even for this age at Ashley
Plantation - all that and more later on
the Big 7.

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OQ=...THE BIG 7



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GRAPHIC=Pope Benedict XVI It's the start of a new era for the


Catholic church.

Today, Pope Benedict the 16th was
officially installed during a Mass in
Saint Peter's Square.

Manuel Gallegus is there with a wrap-up
of today's events.

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INQ=it was a sunday


*CG locator Rome, Italy
:00


*CG 2line Manuel Gallegus
CBS News
1:00
*CG 2line Cardinal Roger Mahoney
Archbishop of Los Angeles
1:19



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OQ=CBS NEWS, THE VATICAN <<



(END SOT) Nat of cheering



IT WAS A SUNDAY MASS LIKE NO OTHER IN
THE PAST 26 YEARS. POPE BENEDICT THE
16TH OFFERED HIS FIRST HOMILY TO HALF A
MILLION PEOPLE GATHERED IN ST. PETER'S
SQUARE.

(SOT: BENEDICT XVI)



"Weak servant of God that I may be, how
do I assume this enormous task which
truly exceeds all human capacity...."



SPEAKING IN LATIN AND ITALIAN, THE
PONTIFF PROMISED TO LISTEN TO THE
VOICES OF THE MORE THAN 1 BILLION ROMAN
CATHOLICS...AND TO REACH OUT TO

BELIEVERS AND NON-BELIVERS ALIKE. HE
SPECIFICALLY MENTIONED SHARED BONDS
WITH OTHER CHRISTIANS AND JEWS. ABSENT
FROM HIS WORDS WERE ANY POLTICIAL
MESSAGES OR MENTION OF ISLAM.



(nat of greeting)

THE 78-YEAR-OLD BEGAN HIS DAY PAYING
HOMAGE TO THE FIRST POPE, PETER,
...UNDERNEATH THE BASILICA WHERE HE'S
BELIEVED TO BE BURIED. ONCE OUT ON THE
SQUARE, BENEDICT RECEIVED THE
FISHERMAN'S RING AND THE PALLIUM...A
LAMBSWOOL SCARF AND SYMBOL OF HIS
AUTHORITY.



(Stand-up Close: Manuel Gallegus/CBS
News/The Vatican)

"POPE BENEDICT THE 16TH STILL CARRIES A
REPUTATION AS THE RIGID, DOCTRINAL
WATCHDOG FOR THE CHURCH...A POSITION HE
HELD FOR 24 YEARS. BUT MANY SAY HE
SEEMS TO BE EMERGING AS A MORE HUMBLE
POPE OF THE PEOPLE.



(SOT: Cardinal Roger Mahoney/Archbishop


of Los Angeles)

"His job was to maintain the accuracy
and the clarity of the catholic faith

and that's a difficult job. But he
doesn't have that job any more and now
he is a pastor and I think we are going
to see the pastor side of him emerge
very nicely."



AT TIMES SUNDAY, BENEDICT SEEMED
TIRED...HE HAD ACTUALLY ASKED TO RETIRE
MANY TIMES. BUT POPE JOHN PAUL THE
SECOND KEPT SAYING NO...



AS HE RODE THROUGH THE CROWD HE LOOKED
INVIGORATED... A MAN FULLFILLING HIS
DESTINY. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS, THE
VATICAN.

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GRAPHIC=Accident, School Bus Mourners paid their respects to the


family of a seven year-old boy who was
killed in a bus accident.

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VO-NAT Harrison *Orosco* died from injuries he


suffered last Monday when a school bus
he was riding in collided with a
garbage truck.

He was the second of two children

killed by the crash.

Orosco was a second grader at
Arlington's Hoffman-Boston Elementary
School.

Mourners have been bringing flowers,
cards and even a trophy to commemorate
the boy's life.

His funeral is set for Monday at Saint
Charles Catholic Church in Arlington.

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GRAPHIC=None Gay rights *advocates* say civil unions


are not enough, while opponents of
Connecticut's landmark legislation are
vowing to give the boot to lawmakers
who voted for it.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Hartford, CT

Both sides turned out at the Capitol in
Hartford today for dueling rallies.

Gay rights advocates staged a mock
wedding, saying civil unions are the
equivalent of second-class citizenship.

Meanwhile, a coalition of religious

groups say lawmakers didn't

listen to them when they voted for the
bill last week.

Governor Jodi Rell signed the bill into
law.

Capitol police estimate the mock
wedding ceremony drew about 80 people,
while the *anti-civil union rally* drew
some three thousand.

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It looked more like January in some
parts of the midwest.

That story straight ahead.

ENG#=APRISA VO-NAT



VO-NAT Plus...one World War two veteran talks


about fighting the war against
racism..that story when News at Eleven
returns.

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GRAPHIC=Education 7 Banner Salem middle school students


won't be learning while trying to deal
with construction anymore.

That story tops our Education 7
Report.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem 14.5

Today, Andrew Lewis Middle School
celebrated the completion of
renovations.

Most of the changes to the school
are pretty obvious like the new
bathrooms, and a new fitness room --
but a lot of changes went on behind the
scenes.

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*CG 2line Jerry Campbell
Andrew Lewis Middle School Principal @15:05:15

JERRY CAMPBELL:IT WAS PRACTICAL. THIS
BUILDING WAS REDONE FROM TOP TO BOTTOM.
THE WALLS WERE GUTTED, NEW WIRING PUT
IN, NEW POWER PUT IN, MORE POWER PUT
IN, TO MAKE SURE THAT WE CAN TAKE CARE

OF THE COMPUTERS AND THE THINGS OF THAT
NATURE THAT WE WILL BE ADDING EACH
YEAR.

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OQ=each year.





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The school nearly doubled in size
adding a new cafeteria, classrooms, and
conference rooms.

The renovations cost the city
nearly 15-million dollars.

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GRAPHIC=None While *fighter pilots* were


battling Nazi forces during World War
Two -- some were also fighting a war on
racism.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

Today, Lieutenant Colonel Howard
Baugh talked about his experiences as a
Tuskegee Airman.

The event was hosted by the

Virginia Museum of Transportation.

Baugh recounted his experiences
as a military man -- in an Airforce
that wasn't as accepting to African
American pilots as it is today.

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*CG 2line Lt. Col. Howard Baugh
Original Tuskeegee Airman @02:17:17

HOWARD BAUGH:BACK THEN THE MILITARY
SERVICES OF THE UNITED STATES WERE THE
MOST RACIST AND DISCRIMINATORY SEGMENT
OF OUR SOCIETY. TODAY THEY ARE THE MOST
FAIR AND INTEGRATED SEGMENT OF OUR
SOCIETY.

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OQ=of our society.





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Baugh says he is proud of the
military for making great strides in
the equal rights movement, and proud to
be an American.

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GRAPHIC=Winter Weather If you thought the snow we got today


was unbelievable -- you ain't see
nothing yet.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Cleveland, OH

A rare snowstorm dumped up to a foot of
snow on the Midwest -- bringing
temperatures about 25-degrees below
normal.

In Cleveland, the storm knocked out
power to about 18-thousand customers --
and officials say some may not have
power restored until Monday.
*CG locator Detroit, MI

And in eastern Michigan, total
accumulations of up to 18 inches are
possible -- while Detroit's northern
suburbs were expected to receive five
to eleven inches.

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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE It's a a day of championships in


the ODAC - we'll crown them for you
tonight.

Plus, more Hokies and Hoos are
picked in the draft as UVa has a total
of 7 picks.

Plus, chipping and putting from
the Plantation, but first your Extra
Point --


ENG#=APR VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Toronto, Canada
Rogers Sportsnet Sammy Sosa belted a pair of :00 homers to lead the

Baltimore Orioles to a 7-to-1 victory
over the Toronto Blue Jays and in the
process complete a three-game sweep of
the Jays.

Sosa homered off Roy Halladay in
the fifth inning, then went deep in the
ninth off Justin Speier for his 67th
career multihomer game.

Sidney Ponson got the win to
improve to 3 and 1 on the season.


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*CG carolina


Salem
0
j
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j
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5


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2




j
Radford
13


UNC Asheville
10


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New York

11


Texas
1




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Boston
11


Tampa Bay
3


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Baltimore
7


Toronto
1




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Chicago
4


Kansas City
3


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2


Florida
1




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Atlanta
4


Philadelphia
0


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11


New York
4




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St. Louis
8


Houston
5



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5


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2




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8


Colorado
6


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116


New Jersey
98


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94



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93


San Antonio
87


Game One


Phoenix
39


Memphis
34
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GRAPHIC=ODAC We begin tonight with the


championship softball game in the Old
Dominion athletic conference as rivals
Roanoke College and Lynchburg hooked up
for the second straight night.

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*CG locator Salem
Lynchburg vs. Roanoke A great crowd considering the :00 weather and the chilly temps tonight at
the Moyer.

The fans would see another strong
pitching performance in relief by the
Maroon's Emily Rackley. Here in the
sixth with the game tied at 3-all -
she will strike out back to back
batters. Rackley would get her third
win of the tournament - all in relief -
and earn Most Outstanding Player
honors.

Her offense would back her up in
the bottom of the sixth, Ashley
Pierce's fielder's *CG final Lynchburg choice ground out to short is enough to 3 chase home Tamara Poles with the Roanoke eventualy game winning run. Roanoke 6 wins the ODAC softball title tonight Maroons Win ODAC Title 6-to-3 over Lynchburg.


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The Maroons are now 32-and-10 and
headed to the NCAA tournament.
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GRAPHIC=ODAC The ODAC also crowned its


baseball tournament champion earlier
today in Salem as Lynchburg College the
number two seed took on sixth seeded
Hampden-Sydney.

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*CG locator Salem
Lynchburg vs. Hampden-Sydney The wind was whipping and :00 swirling at Salem Memorial which gave
outfielders more than a couple of
anxious moments.

And oh yes, there also was a
brief period of heavy snow flurries to
add to the unbearable conditions for
fans, as well.

Lynchburg took a two to nothing

lead, but Hampden Sydney right back in
it in the third. An error allowed
Heritage product Josh Apperson to stay
on base, and he made the Hornets pay,
as senior Michael Clark finds a hole
between third and short, and Apperson
will motor around and score to make it
a 2-to-1 game.

Another key Lynchburg error in
the fourth on what should have been a
routine putout in the infield allowed
Hampden Sydney to tie the game. First
baseman Tommy Burk will tag on Luke
Brankley's sacrifice to right and slide
in to make it a 2-all game after four
innings.

But Lynchburg would rally back
itself in the fifth inning. The pass
ball will allow Cave Spring product
Eric O'Brien to race home from third
and put the Hornets in front 3-to-2. *CG final Lynchburg
3 But Hampden Sydney would not be Hampden-Sydney denied. The sixth seed would get two 4 runs in the seventh and a strong Tigers Go Unbeaten in Tourney complete game, 7 strikeout performance
from tourney MVP John Schoenholtz to
win the tournament 4-to-3 and earn a
trip to the NCAA playoffs.


The Tigers were unbeaten in the
double elimination event.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD ODAC The ODAC also crowned its women's


lacrosse champ today.

Washington & Lee, the top seed in
the event, came back from a 5-to-2
deficit to beat Randolph Macon 6-to-5.
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GRAPHIC=NFL DRAFT Day two of the NFL draft has been


a busy one for players from UVa and
Virginia Tech.
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Especially from Virginia. Five
Cavaliers were selected today giving
Virginia a total of seven players
selected in the seven round draft.

Round four was the productive one
today.

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*CG file Last Season
:00 The first local player picked on

day two was Hokies safety Vinny Fuller,
who was very impressive at the Tech NFL
workout. Vinny was the seventh pick in
the fourth round going to Tennessee.

Elton Brown, who many thought
could go in the first round was taken
by Arizona with the 10th pick in the
fourth round.

Two more UVa players went in the
fourth round including Alvin Pearman -
the talented tailback was taken with
the 127th overall pick by the Jaguars.

Chris Canty, who is still coming
back from his knee injury was taken by
the Cowboys in the fourth round,

Tech's Jon Dunn - the big six
seven offensive lineman was taken by
the Browns in the seventh round. He
says his football is still in ahead of
him.

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GRAPHIC=NFL DRAFT UVa's Andrew Hoffman was also


picked by the Browns in the 6th round,
while UVa's Patrick Estes, a tighyt
end, went to 49ers in the 7th.

Surprisingly, neither Jim Davis
nor ACC player of the year Bryan
Randall was picked.
















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GRAPHIC=PGA TOUR The PGA Tour this week - the


Shell Open in Houston, came down to a
battle between fan favorite John Daly
and newly named hall of famer Vijay
Singh.

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*CG locator Houston, TX
CBS Sports Daly was playing a couple of :00 groups in front of Singh and he got hot
down the stretch birdying the final two
holes of regulation to move into a tie
for the lead.

Still, Singh needed only to drain
this six foot putt on 18 to win the
tournament outright, but it just slips
by on the right side of the cup.

But Daly sealed his own fate on
the first playoff hole as he gripped it
and ripped it right into the water.
Singh wins the Shell Open and $900
thousand bucks.

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*CG locator Daleville
Ashley Plantation And locally, Ashley Plantation in
BotetourtCounty played host to the
Mutual of Omaha drive, chip and putt
Junior challenge this afternoon and
early evening.

This was one of 105 stops in the
US and Canada that the folks who run
the event will make.

There was local and regional
competition today at Ashley with young
golfers hitting drives, chips and
putts.

The national competition is in
October and one of the thrills is not
only seeing yourself here on TV
tonight, but posisbly later in the fall
on the Golf Channel.

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GRAPHIC= A charity event in Texas -- full of


food, entertainment and a best of all
weiners....Weiner dogs that is.

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*CG locator Buda, TX

The Lions Club held it's eigth annual
Weiner Dog race for charity.

The pups compete for titles such as
"Best Dressed," "Slowest Weiner," and
"Fastest Weiner in the West."

Organizers say the event has grown
bigger and attracted more people over
the years.

Money raised from the event will help
community programs like camp
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