02/23/06

News 7 at 11


JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=News7 @ 11 It would have banned smoking in


most indoor public places in Virginia-
tonight it was effectively stomped out.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG file File Tape

A six member House sub- committee
voted unanimously against the bill.

The proposed law would have
banned smoking in restaurants and most
indoor places.

Since Virginia doesn't have bars
- just restaurants- a spokesman for R-J
Reynolds argued the law would keep the
company from marketing its products-
which are legal in Virginia.

But for most committee members
the decision boiled down to property
rights.

ENG#=2 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=For us to go and say




*CG 2line Del. John Cosgrove


(R) Chesapeake 6:25:34 DEL. COSGROVE: FOR US TO GO AND

:00 SAY TO A PRIVATE ENTITY, SOMEBODY WHO'S
PUT THEIR CAPITAL, THEIR TIME, THEIR
EFFORT INTO BUILDING THEIR BUSINESS- WE
WANT TO FURTHER TELL YOU HOW YOU HAVE
TO DO BUSINESS. IT'S JUST PLAIN WRONG.
*CG 2line Sen. Brandon Bell 6:29:36 SEN. BRANDON BELL: THERE'S
(R) Roanoke Co. ALWAYS A RESISTANCE TO CHANGE AND YOU

:12 KNOW, THAT'S WHAT YOU'RE GOING TO GO
THROUGH AND DEAL WITH THOSE AND THOSE
COMMENTS.

RUNS=17 (END SOT)



OQ=and those comments.





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Richmond

Tonight's decision was the result
of a new House rule that allows sub-
committees to kill bills.

(END VO) (END VO)



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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=The internet It's a popular website and the list


of teens that sign up continues to

grow. My Space Dot Com was just one of
many topics surrounding internet safety
that a group of parents talked about
tonight.

News7 @ 11 in Monitor DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Natasha/BAM Natasha Ryan was there. Natasha, what


did the experts have to say?

LIVE=Natasha Full/BAM LIVE FULL

*CG standup Natasha Ryan
nryan@wdbj7.com Jean, the officer talking tonight at
Roanoke Catholic Schools, gave this
analogy...would you let somebody stand
three feet away from you in a parking
lot at night at the mall? Then why do
you let your child sit three feet away
from a predator that's hiding behind a
computer screen?

ENG#=3 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Roanoke
00:08


*CG 2line Sheila Krajnik
Parent
@0:14
*CG 2line Jenna Van Deventer
Roanoke Catholic Junior
@0:28

*CG 2line Becca Smith
Roanoke Catholic Freshman
@0:33
*CG 2line Rachel McConnel
Roanoke Catholic Freshman
@0:42


*CG 2line Elly McConnel
Parent
@0:57



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OQ=to let me know. <

Internet hangouts. Anybody can sign on
and unfortunately that includes sexual
predators. Parents here tonight are
concerned their children don't realize
the danger.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 3700-08we want them to be trusting to


but we also want them to be educated
and aware and the first step in doing
that is for us, parents to be aware.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ= Although none of the kids we talked to


would admit talking to strangers on my
space. Some admit their friends do.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= -1:01:59=1:02:10 all the time, i know a



lot of people that add strangers on my
space and stuff

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 00:58:06-13-i use it to talk to my


friends at school and some of friends
from summer camps because I don't get
to see them

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ=





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OQ= Then why not just pick up the phone?



SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 59:21-25like guy friends that you


wouldn't talk to on the phone, you just
talk to them online.

RUNS= (END SOT)



OQ= Police recommend if your child is on a


website like My Space, go on tonight
and see what information they've put on
their profiles and check buddy lists.

SOT FULL SOT FULL



INQ= 1:L00:39-52 get on there, regular


basis, explain who everybody is,
stranger, gets on there they need to
tell me immediately

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OQ=






LIVE=Natasha Full/BAM LIVE FULL



The officer reminds parents, you are
the parent, if you want to check your
child's computer out, your concern
shouldn't be if they get mad at you,

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Natasha/BAM DOUBLE BOXES



it should be their safety. Jean?
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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None An Elliston man was arrested this


week for trying to meet up with a 14
year old girl for a sexual encounter.

Turns out the girl he met online
was actually a state police special
agent.

29 year old Christopher Nester
was charged with using a communication
system to solicit a child.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Montgomery Co.

Police say Nester made several
sexual comments through instant
messages before asking to meet the 14
year old at old Wilson's Restaurant on
route 460.


Police arrested him when he
showed up yesterday around 10 A-M.

The owner of a deli mart across
the street saw the whole thing happen.

ENG#=1 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=one of them




*CG 2line Lucy Clark
Sunset Deli-Mart Owner LUCY CLARK: 3:33:11:00 ONE OF THEM GOT :00 A BIG LONG GUN OUT.. REAL LONG AND
POINTED TO THE CAR AND THE GUY HAD TO
GET OUT AND WE THOUGHT MAN EVERY BODY
WAS LOOKING. :19 MY EMPLOYEES WAS ALL
SWARMED UP HERE AT THE WINDOW. :22

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OQ=at the window.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Police searched Nester's home
looking for computers, pictures and
evidence of communications with
juveniles.

He's out of jail on 25-thousand
dollars bond.

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Jason Simmons Not Guilty. That was the verdict


from A Botetourt County jury, clearing
a former Roanoke County Sheriff's
Deputy of a morals charge.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Botetourt Co.

Jason Simmons was charged with
exposing himself to a 13-year-old girl.

He and the girl had two different
versions of what happened and both
testified today.

The jury took one hour to decide
he was NOT guilty of taking indecent
liberties with a minor.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG 2line Jason Simmons
Found Not Guilty 3:42:35-41

JASON SIMMONS; I'M JUST GLAD THAT'S
IT'S ALL OVER WITH, IT'S A BIG BURDEN
LIFTED OFF OF ME.


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OQ=lifted off of me





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Earlier today, Simmons did plead
guilty to contributing to the
delinquency of a minor and will be
sentenced sometime next week.

He could get up to of 12 months for
that misdemeanor conviction.

(END VO) (END VO)



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MCU Standing Position in Weather Center


WXPRO/FULL Weather Map


Robin On Cam Toss back to anchor




DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Robin/WXCENTER DOUBLE BOXES


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None It wasn't your typical bomb threat at


Liberty High School today, this one
included drawings and something even
more scary.

Tonight, a 16 year old boy is in
custody and although the threat is
over, there are still many unswered
questions.

News7 @ 11 in Monitor DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin/Newsroom Justin McLeod talked to investigators


this evening. Justin?

Jean, we still don't know why the
student made the threat.

LIVE=Justin/Newsroom LIVE FULL

*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com Investigators will say it's obvious
many students knew about the threat but
it's unclear whether anyone else was
involved.

ENG#=4 SOT FULL



SOT FULL



INQ=


*CG locator Bedford Co.
:14





*CG 2line Maj. Ricky Gardner
Bedford Co. Sheriff's Dept.
:28


*CG 2line Lt. Timothy Hayden
Bedford Co. Sheriff's Dept.
:50


*CG 2line James Blevins
Bedford Co. School Superintendent
1:20



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OQ=VERY MUCH CONCERNED ABOUT IT <<
SOT FULL 9:31:25 SOT FULL



INQ=We since day MAJOR RICKY GARDNER: WE SINCE DAY ONE


HAVE TAKEN THIS THREAT SERIOUSLY.

RUN05 (END SOT)



OQ=THREAT SERIOUSLY And for good reason.



On Monday, administrators found a
reference to a bomb threat for
Wednesday scratched in a boy's bathroom
at Liberty HIgh School.

After receiving a number of tips,
Bedford County sheriff's deputies
arrested a 16 year old boy at the
school.


In his book bag, investigators found
diagrams and drawings of the schools
layout and that's not the only thing.

SOT FULL 9:33:54 SOT FULL



INQ=He did acknowledge MAJOR RICKY GARDNER: HE DID ACKOWLEDGE


TO THE INVESTIGATORS THAT HE HAS
STUDIED AND HAS EXPERIMENTED WITH THE
MANUFACTURING OF EXPLOSIVES IN THE PAST
WHICH WE THOUGHT WAS SCARY.

RUN16 (END SOT)



OQ=thought was scary Authorities later executed a search


warrant at the boy's home in Bedford
City.

SOT FULL 9:42:47 SOT FULL



INQ=We seized LT. TIMOTHY HAYDEN: WE SEIZED


COMPUTERS AND OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST
THAT MAY BE CONNECTED TO THE CRIME.

RUN06 (END SOT)



OQ=to the crime A crime investigators say the boy has


admitted to.

But it's still unclear whether the
student actually planned to carry out
the threat.

SOT FULL 9:36:12 SOT FULL



INQ=I really don't MAJOR RICKY GARDNER: I REALLY DON'T


FEEL LIKE I SHOULD COMMENT ON THAT
RIGHT NOW.

RUN03 (END SOT)



OQ=right now Deputies will say they believe



Liberty High School is safe.

Bomb sniffing dogs and extra patrols
were on hand at school Wednesday but
more than half the students stayed
away.

SOT FULL 9:39:02 SOT FULL



INQ=Do you blame JUSTIN McLEOD: DO YOU BLAME PARENTS


FOR NOT SENDING KIDS TO SCHOOL?

JAMES BLEVINS/BEDFORD CO.
SUPERINTENDENT: NO. I THINK ANYTIME
IN THIS DAY OF SOCIETY AND ALL THE
THINGS SINCE 9/11 AND COLUMBINE AND
OTHER INCIDENTS, PARENTS ARE VERY MUCH
CONCERNED ABOUT IT.

RUN11 (END SOT)>>



OQ=CONCERNED ABOUT IT





LIVE=Justin Full/Newsroom LIVE FULL



The 16 year old boy is in custody.
His name is not being released because
of his age.

School administrators say the student
is facing a long term suspension and
possibly expulsion.

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin/Newsroom DOUBLE BOXES



Jean, you may remember there was an
incident two weeks ago where some
bullets were found at Liberty High.
Investigators say that incident is

unrelated to this one.

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Radford U. Radford University's popular


Quadfest won't happen this year.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The non-alcoholic campus


sponsored event was taken out of the
lineup in favor of some new springtime
activities.

You may remember last year,
people spilled out on the streets and
used the event as a weekend-long
celebration.

Police handed out more than 400
tickets that weekend.
JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD Two student groups will hold a


press conference tomorrow to explain
the decision and showcase the new
activities for students.
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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=HOLD Meanwhile, student produced


cartoons...called "Christ on Campus"
are causing controversy at Radford.

News 7 has decided not to show
the cartoons in their entirety.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT They are being published by the


school's online student magazine, Whim.

Some students say the cartoons
depict Christ and Christianity in a
negative sense.

But the cartoonist, Christian
Keesee (Ca-SEE) says his toons are
being misinterpreted.



ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=I think they're




*CG 2line Christian Keesee
Cartoonist

CHRISTIAN KEESEE, CARTOONIST

09:53:17 I THINK THEY'RE TOO QUICK TO
JUDGE A COMIC BECAUSE JESUS IS THE MAIN
CHARACTER. AS OPPOSED TO THINKING THIS
MIGHT BE A COOL WAY OF EXPLAINING
SOMETHING.09:53:25



*CG 2line Blake Fought BLAKE FOUGHT, RU STUDENT
RU Student 09:38:51 WHEN YOU PUT A CARTOON WITH :09 HIM IN BED IN BED WITH ANOTHER WOMAN
ASKING FOR A CONTRACEPTIVE ...THAT'S
NOT SOMETHING CHRIST WOULD EVER DO NOR
DID. 09:38:59

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OQ=ever do nor did





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Keesee says he plans to keep
drawing the "Christ on Campus"
cartoons.
WIPE TO WEBPAGE APRISA APRISA

You can view the website for
yourself at wdbj7.com. Click on
websites in the news.
END APRISA END APRISA

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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE Prosecutors say it's like something


out of a gruesome horror movie. today
four men were charged with stealing
organs and tissue from dead bodies and

harvesting them for millions-

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Brooklyn, NY

The owner of Biomedical Tissue Service
in New Jersey and a man who owned and
worked in a funeral parlor were
arraigned today- on charges of body
stealing, opening graves and unlawful
dissection.

The indictment alleges hundreds of
bodies- including the body of
Masterpiece Theater host Alistair
Cooke... were looted from scores of
funeral homes.

The body parts have been tracked to
several states- where they were used
in transplants.

(END VO) (END VO)



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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

There will be no Katrina
repeat... that from the White House
today.

Still ahead, how new disaster
plans are being drawn up to meet the
challenge.

ENG#=1




VO-NAT VO-NAT



Plus a wild ride... for a woman
late for a doctor's appointment.
END VO END VO
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ROBIN ON CAM ROBIN SITTING IN FORECAST CENTER





TOSS TO BREAK





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CK/WXBUG CURRENT CONDITIONS ROUND UP




CK/SKYTRACKER RADAR ANALYSIS AND MORE





CK/WXPRO WEATHER MAPS

FORECASTS

EXTENDED FORECAST
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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

Growing religious violence in
Iraq claims U-S lives.

The latest on the trouble
when News Seven returns.

ENG#=1



VO-NAT VO-NAT



What does last year's
weather have to do with this ski
season?

Still ahead, why it's all about
perception.
END VO END VO

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ENG#=2


WIPE WIPE WIPE WIPE




SOT FULL SOT FULL



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


the News 7 sports office as the Western
Valley rises up tonight and puts
Northern Virginia teams in their place
- both Franklin County and George
Washington advance.

Martinsville also is headed back
to the state tourney.

Roanoke Catholic rolls in its
private school opener, and the Roanoke
College women pull off a big day one
upset at the ODAC tonight on the Big
7.>>

RUNS=24 (END SOT)



OQ=...THE BIG 7



(END SOT)





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MINI OPEN


JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Iraq Casualties Seven U-S Soldiers have been killed


in roadside bombings- and now U-S
Military units have been ordered to
stop all but essential travel.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT 18 plus



VO-NAT




*CG locator Baghdad, Iraq This as more sectarian violence
breaks out in Baghdad- at least 114
people have been killed since two bombs
ravaged a renowned Shite Mosque.

Gunman have killed dozens of
civilians and dumped their bodies in
ditches...

Some Iraqi leaders are worried
about a full fledged civil war in the
nation-

(END VO) (END VO)


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Katrina Aftermath A lesson has been


learned..according to a new White House
report on the response to Hurricane
Katrina


ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator New Orleans, LA

President Bush say he hopes the
report, entitled "Lessons Learned" will
help to better protect Americans by
learning from the mistakes of the past.

The two-hundred-twenty-eight
page document recommends changes in
eleven key areas....mainly in better
disaster relief coordination among
federal agencies.

And it urges the Federal
Emergency Management Agency to upgrade
its supply chain technology, something
many feel is sorely needed.

ENG#=3 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=Fed Ex can track




*CG 2line Frances Fragos Townsend
Homeland Security Advisor FRANCES FRAGOS TOWNSEND/HOMELAND
SECURITY ADVISER: "FED EX CAN TRACK
PACKAGES ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, REAL
TIME, FEMA SHOULD BE THE SAME THING FOR
ICE, WATER AND FOOD."

RUNS=7 (END SOT)



OQ=ice, water, and food






Vo-NAT VO-NAT



The Homeland Security Department
was singled out for lacking fast
communication with emergency
responders.

The report didn't call for any
resignations, but it did say
inexperienced disaster response
managers contribute to the problems.

The goal at the moment is to have
better safeguards set up in New Orleans
and along the Gulf Coast within four
months, when hurricane season returns.

(END VO) (END VO)



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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Fatal Accident Police have identified the


elderly Salem woman killed in an
accident this afternoon.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem


The crash happened in front of
East Salem Elementary.

Police say 82-year old Hazel
Puckett ran her car off one side of
Roanoke Boulevard, overcorrected and
moved into the opposite lane.

A truck hit the car on the
passenger side. Puckett died.

Police say she was not wearing a
seat belt.

The driver of the truck was not
hurt

(END VO) (END VO)


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JEAN ON CAM JEAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE An 80 year old woman is lucky to


be alive after she drove the wrong way
on a North Carolina interstate.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Hillsborough Co., NC 16

A camera in a police cruiser
catches it all as the police car pulls
up in front of Margaret Riely's car.

She was late to a doctor's
appointment when she began driving

south in the northbound lanes.

She says she has not idea why it
happened.


ENG#=4 SOT FULL
SOT FULL



INQ=




*CG 2line Margaret Riley
Driver 2:18 MARGARET RILEY I HAVE NO IDEA I
DON'T I REALLY DON'T I KNOW I'M 80
YEARS OLD BUT I KNOW I'M NOT CRAZY YET

BY NO MEANS 2:30 WERE YOU NERVOUS ABOUT
GOING TO THE DOCTOR?

IT COULD HAVE BEEN THAT. 2:34

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OQ=HAVE BEEN THAT





VO-NAT VO-NAT 10 plus



Riley said she's sorry.

Other drivers on the road spotted
Riley going the wrong way.. in fact
more than 70 calls came into the county
emergency center.

(END VO) (END VO)




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MIKE ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=NONE The Western Valley district makes


a statement tonight in the Northwest
region as George Washington and
Franklin County earn spots in the state
tourney.

We'll also head to Abingdon and
see how the Bulldogs are back in the
state mix.

Plus, Catholic rolls today and
we'll check on day one of the women's
ODAC tourney.

But first your Extra Point -

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*CG locator Harrisonburg
ODU vs.JMU - FSN The JMU Dukes mercifully played :00 their final home game tonight as they
hosted Old Dominion at the Convo
Center.

ODU would win tonight 75 to 58 to

pick up the school's 20th win of the
season. JMU on the other hand falls to
5 and 21 on the season.

Now tonight's other numbers.

GO TO SCORES
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Franklin Co.
91


Freedom
78


NW Region Boys' Semi-Finals
j
George Washington
60


Potomac
48


NW Region Boys' Semi-FInals


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Martinsville
58



Abingdon
50


Region IV Boys' Semi-Finals
j
Bassett
61


Grundy
49


Region IV Boys' Semi-Finals


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Floyd Co.
75


George Wythe
54


Region C Girls' Semi-Finals
j
Lebanon
53


Narrows
52



Region C Girls' Semi-Finals


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Franklin Co.
49


Brooke Point
43


NW Region Girls' Semi-Finals
j
Forest Park
63


Stonewall Jackson
42


NW Region Girls' Semi-Finals


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Radford
77


V.M.I.
69


Chris Oliver - 25 Points for RU
j
Coastal Carolina

78


Liberty
61


Liberty Now 7 and 21

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GRAPHIC=Northwest The George Washington-Potomac


Regional Semi-final game featured the
Top-ranked team in Triple "A" the
Panthers traveling to face the 3rd
ranked Eagles. This game was sold out
way before tip-off. The gym was so
packed that 1 person was taken out on a
stretcher before the game even started.

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*CG locator Danville
Eagles vs Panthers Both teams came in sporting

perfect records and knowing that the
loser was done for the season, no shot
a advancing to the state tournament.

Talking about making a statement
early watch Ridge McKeither with the
thunder dunk for G.W. and the gym was
rockin.

But Potomac came to play. T.J.
Sampson would score late in the second
quarter and the visitors led by 9
heading to the lockerroom.

In the second half the Eagles
chipped away mostly with J.C. Chaney
working down on the block and G.W. was
down 2.

Potomac would not die, Eric
Hayes is headed to Maryland next season
he hits the 3-pointer to tie the game
at 48,

*CG final Potomac But that was all that Potomac would 48 get, McKeither with the bucket and the George Washington foul and George Washington is moving on 60 to the Regional final with the 60 to 48
win.

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GRAPHIC=NW REGION The Franklin County boys also are


state bound after taking down Freedom
High school out of Woodbridge.

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*CG locator Rocky Mount
Freedom vs. Frankiln Co. Like GW - Franklin County was :00 trying desperately to get out of the
region and they knew a win last night
would do it.

And who better to shutdown the
visitors than the big man Lewis Witcher
who just stuffs the shot and yanks it
out of Bruce Black's hands. Give Sweet
Lew a block and steal.

Later on the break Witcher will
take the Andre Edwards pass, get inside
and get the friendly bounce as the
Eagles start to build come cushion. *CG final Franklin Co.
91 And check out the ball movement Freedom as all five Eagles touch the rock 78 without it touching the floor. J.T.
Edwards finishes and Franklin County
advances with the 91 to 78 win.

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GRAPHIC=REGION FOUR In the Region Four semifinals


tonight, Bassett took out Grundy 61 to
48 securing a spot in the title game
Saturday, as well as advancing to next
week's state quarters.

In the other semi, Martinsville
hit the road for Abingdon to face the
Falcons for the third straight year.

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*CG locator Abingdon
Bulldogs vs. Falcons The Piedmont District tourney :00 champs came in at 18 and 6, and a
hostile crowd awaited the Dogs who were
in far Southwest Virginia for the
second time in three nights.

Early on, Emmanuel Reid steps
out and bangs in three of his 14 points
on the night for Martinsville.

Later, Dominik Mitchell plays
some defense. He gets the steal and
lay-in on the other end as the Ville
went up by four.

But the Falcons go to work,
hitting Nick Viers on the backdoor cut.

Viers put in 15 points on the night
for the home team.

The Bulldogs spread the floor
in the fourth quarter. Quan Beamer led
the visitors with 19 points. *CG final Martinsville Martinsville won it 58-50, advancing 58 to the state quarters for the third Abingdon straight year and 6th time in the last 50 7 seasons.

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GRAPHIC=HIGH SCHOOL Roanoke Catholic opened play in


the Virginia Independent Conference
tourney which is being played at
Lynchburg College this week.

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*CG locator Lynchburg
Catholic vs. Easterm Mennonite Joe Gaither and the Celtics :00 played over 30 regular season games
against some serious competition to get
ready for the post season.

And the Celtics can flat our play
- Turner King saves the ball to Orlando
Walker who goes behind his back to

DeAngelo Robinson, who go no-look to
Phillip Martin for the two hand jam.

Catholic's defense again forces a
turnover and this time Martin gets the
loose ball to Robinson for the layin
and the Celtics are rolling. *CG final Roanoke Catholic
96 The Catholic dominance would Eastern Mennonite continue with Walker to Michael 42 Blanchard to Thomas Lynch for the
score. Catholic advances with the 96
to 42 win.

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GRAPHIC=ODAC The women's ODAC tournament began


its three day run at the Salem Civic
Center today with four games.

The night cap this evening pitted
Roanoke against Virginia Wesleyan.

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*CG locator Salem
Va. Wesleyan vs. Roanoke Fans of all ages were in :00 attendance for this one and the
underdog Maroons would control the

first half inside.

Watch the drive and dish from
Lord Botetourt's Brittany Rogers to
former Blacksburg star Erin Hanson.
She led all scorers with 18 points *CG final Roanoke
66 More Brittany action for Roanoke Virginia Wesleyan as Brittany Johnson takes the feed from 50 Veronica Kelly and drops in a lay in on
the left side. She scored 10.

Wesleyan made it interesting with
plays like this one, but Roanoke gets
the first round upset 66 to 50.

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GRAPHIC=odac Earlier today - Guilford beat


Eastern Mennonite, Bridgewater hammered
Emory & Henry and in the opener -

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*CG locator Salem
Generals vs. Yellow Jackets Randolph-Macon, the defending :00 national runner-up took on W&L.

W&L got off on the right foot
working the rock inside to Jessica

Hunsinger and she scores two off the
window.

Megan Silva is the league's
player of the year for the third
straight year *CG final Washington & Lee . Here she shows why hitting for 3 of 71 her 22 points. Randolph-Macon advances Randolph-Macon with a 79 to 71 win.
79 MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=HOLD The ODAC women's finals are


tomorrow at 1 and 3 pm at the Salem
Civic Center.
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GRAPHIC=BEAMER The Hokies head honcho Frank


Beamer is expected to announce new
additions to his staff tomorrow along
with the reassignement of current coach
Danny Pearman.

GRAPHIC=SHERMAN Kevin Sherman, a former Radford


high and Ferrum star receiver is
expected to join the staff to coach
wideouts. He's currently at Wake.

GRAPHIC=O'CAIN Also, former NC State head coach


Mike O'Cain will join the staff and
coach quarterbacks.


GRAPHIC=CURT NEWSOME And Curt Newsome will leave JMU


and take over the offensive line.

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GRAPHIC=NONE It's been a bit of a down year


for area ski resorts.

It's not snow that's been
lacking... it's the skiers.

Intern Reporter Timothy Martin
tells us, it may be mostly a matter of
perception.

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INQ=The sites and sounds


*CG locator Hot Springs
:00


*CG standup Timothy Martin
News 7 Intern
:22
*CG 2line Gary Cherrett
VP of Marketing
:37

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OQ=Timothy Martin, News-7 Bath County <


(END SOT) When school's out for a snow day,


skiing's in at places like The
Homestead.

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IT'S FUN BECAUSE YOU HAVE ALL YOUR
FRIENDS AROUND. 19:35:10

19:37:33 EMILY NOYES/SKIER IT'S REALLY
FUN AND I LOVE GETTING ALL THE AIR.

But The Homestead wonders if our warm
weather isn't keeping many other people
away.

19:37:36

SOT FULL @ 19:15 TIMOTHY MARTIN/INTERN


REPORTER

WITH PLACES LIKE ROANOKE, LYNCHBURG,

AND SOUTHSIDE HAVING SUCH A MILD
WINTER...FOR SKIERS AND SNOWBOARDERS
HERE AT THE HOMESTEAD, THAT'S NOT THE
CASE.

Part of the problem goes back to last
winter, when another warm streak led to
some less-than-ideal conditions. It
even forced The Homestead to close for
a while.

SOT FULL @ 19:28:14 GARY CHERRETT/VP


OF MARKETING

PEOPLE THAT CAME UP LAST YEAR, DURING
MID JANUARY AND DIDN'T HAVE A GOOD
EXPERIENCE CAUSE A LACK OF SNOW, HAVE
THE EXPECTATION IT'S LIKE THAT EVERY
YEAR.

19:28:24

So despite this winter's much better
conditions, some places find themselves
playing catch-up. They're trying to get
the word out, and give business a lift.

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They're also giving nearby families a
break when it snows. Every time
there's a snow day, kids get a
discount.

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STEVENSON/SKIER

IT'S MUCH MORE FUN THAN BEING AT SCHOOL

BECAUSE YOU DON'T HAVE TO LEARN
ANYTHING.

With winter nearing its end, snow
machines are ready to get busier.
Which should keep skiers on the slopes
until the very end.

SOT FULL @ 19:28:31 GARY CHERRETT/VP OF


MARKETING

THE SKIING HAS BEEN WONDERFUL ALL YEAR
AND IT'S SORT OF BEEN THE BEST KEPT
SECRET.

And that's one secret, The
Homestead doesn't want to keep.
Timothy Martin, News-7 Hot Springs.

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The Homestead says it plans to depending on the conditions. stay open until mid-March, maybe longer