05/30/06

News-7 at 11


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GRAPHIC=Linda Weber Linda Weber's days as Roanoke County


School Superintendent are over.

As News 7 was first to report, Linda
Weber has decided to retire.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.

The announcement was made tonight
during a special session of the school
board.

Weber's decision comes after she took
a sixty day leave of absence because of
a petition asking her to resign.

Parents in the Cave Spring Community
were angry over the firing of the
athletic director and the constant
delays of the new athletic fields.

The school board chairman says Weber
will be surely missed in the school
system.

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INQ=Being a champion





*CG 2line Mike Stovall
Roanoke Co. School Board Chairman MIKE STOVALL/ROANOKE CO. SCHOOL BOARD :00 CHAIRMAN: BEING A CHAMPION OF PUBLIC
EDUCATION AND SHE DID NOT WANT THAT
DIVERSION TO CONSTANTLY ON HER AND THE
SCHOOL DIVISION. SHE FELT LIKE THAT
WAS GOING TO BE A DIVERSION SO SHE
DECIDED TO RETIRE AND WE THE SCHOOL
BOARD ACCEPTED THAT.

The school board immediately
appointed Lorraine Lange as
superintendent.

She had been acting superintendent
since March.

Lange told us she hopes to bring
healing to the school system.
*CG 2line Lorraine Lange LORRAINE LANGE/SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: Roanoke Co. School Superintendent WE JUST HAVE TO PULL OURSELVES TOGETHER :25 AND BRING PEACE EVERYBODY IN THE SYSTEM
AND MOVE ON FOR OUR CHILDREN'S SAKE.

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OQ=our children's sake





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The school board has yet to finalize
Lange's contract.

Members hope to do that by the June
8th school board meeting.


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GRAPHIC=HOLD Weber So what does Linda Weber have to say


about all this?

Linda Weber in Monitor DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin/BAM Justin McLeod spoke with her this


evening. Justin?

Jean, Linda Weber says this wasn't an
easy decision.

LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL

*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com But she believes it was the right
one.

She also says her decision to leave
was hers, and hers alone.

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INQ=


*CG 2line Linda Weber
Outgoing Roanoke Co. School Sup.
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OQ=NOT DISCUSSING MY FUTURE <<
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INQ=I think some JUSTIN MCLEOD: I THINK SOME PEOPLE


WANT TO KNOW WERE YOU FORCED OUT?

LINDA WEBER: I WAS NOT FORCED OUT.

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OQ=NOT FORCED OUT So why then is Linda Weber leaving


after six years as superintendent.

She says the reason is simple.

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INQ=I believe LINDA WEBER: I BELIEVE THAT A


SUPERINTENDENT'S JOB IS TO SUPPORT, NOT
DISTRACT FROM WHAT CAN GO ON AND I
THINK I'VE BECOME A DISTRACTION SO IT'S
TIME TO GO.

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OQ=it's time to go But make no mistake Linda Weber feels


she's been vindicated in a way.

[graphic]

That may surprise some since a staff
survey conducted during her absence
found 70-percent of the staff had
issues with her and central
administration.

Weber points out of the 2-thousand
employees in the school system, only
250 were interviewed.


[end graphic]

As for her critics, especially from
the Cave Spring community, for now
Weber is taking the high road.

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INQ=I am not getting LINDA WEBER: I AM NOT GETTING INTO ANY


OF THAT DISCUSSION. THERE'S NO WIN OR
LOSE IN THIS SITUATION AS FAR AS I AM
CONCERNED.

JUSTIN McLEOD WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO SAY
TO THE CAVE SPRING COMMUNITY?

LINDA THROWS UP HER ARMS.

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OQ=(throws up her arms Weber would much rather talk about


her accomplishments as superintendent.

During her tenure, all the county's
schools became accredited.

She also was instrumental in creating
five specialty schools and getting
laptops for all high school students.

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INQ=The amount LINDA WEBER: THE AMOUNT OF THINGS THAT


HAPPENED I TAKE A LOT OF PRIDE IN THAT
BUT LET'S NOT TAKE AWAY FROM THE
STUDENTS I DEAL WITH, THEY'RE WONDERFUL
THEY REALLY ARE.

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OQ=they really are But the question that still remains,


what's next for Linda Weber.


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INQ=I'm wide open LINDA WEBER: I'M WIDE OPEN.



JUSTIN McLEOD: HAVE YOU LOOKED INTO
ANY JOBS YET?

LINDA WEBER: I AM NOT DISCUSSING MY
FUTURE.

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LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL



She won't be hurting for money.

Under the deal worked out with the
school system, she will be paid a half
year's salary which is about seventy
thousand dollars.

DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Justin/BAM DOUBLE BOXES



Jean, she essentially only had a year
left on her contract.

QUESTION: I know there has been a lot
of buzz that Randy Meck may be
returning as Athletic Director at Cave
Spring High School. Any truth to that?

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GRAPHIC=Iraq Bombing As bad as yesterday was in Iraq...


today was worse.

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*CG locator Hilla, Iraq 25 plus

A total of 54 people died in car
bombings and other violence.

It was one of the bloodiest days
this month.

Most of the deaths were from two
separate car bombings.. one car bomb
went off at a used car lot... where 12
people died.

Two hours later in Baghdad, another
car bomb exploded at an outdoor
market... killing 25 people and
wounding dozens more.

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*CG locator Landstuhl, Germany

One day after another car bomb hit
a CBS news team... injured
correspondent Kimberly Dozier arrived

in Germany.. her condition critical but
stable.

A CBS producer was with Dozier on
the flight to Germany-

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INQ=




*CG 2line Kate Rydell
CBS News Baghdad Producer 38 KATE RYDELL/CBS NEWS PRODUCER:
:03 I PUT MY HAND ON HER SHOULDER AND I
SAID KIMBERLY WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO
GERMANY. SHE BLINKED HER EYES AND
NODDED HER HEAD VERY SLIGHTLY AND THEN
I KNEW THAT SHE RECEIVED WHAT I TOLD
HER AND THERE WAS SOMETHING GOING ON
INSIDE WHICH I TOOK TO BE A VERY GOOD
SIGN.

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OQ=a very good sign





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Doctors say at one point Dozier did
not have a pulse and was on the brink
of death but they were able to bring
her back. Dozier underwent surgery
twice yesterday for injuries to her
legs and head- She was able to wiggle
her toes. Tonight she remains sedated

and faces more surgery in the next few
days.

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GRAPHIC=None When the temperature rises, so do


the speeds of some motorcycles, cops
say.


Add to that, some new,
super-straight sections of highway in
the Lynchburg area... and riders are
trying the patience of law enforcement.

Steve Smallshaw has more.

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INQ=


*CG locator Amherst Co.
:00


*CG 2line Jimmy Ayers
Amherst Co. Sheriff
:24
*CG locator Lynchburg
1:08


*CG 2line Lt. Mike Staley
Lynchburg Police
1:21
*CG reporter Steve Smallshaw
ssmallshaw@wdbj7.com
1:35

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OQ=News7, Lynchburg. << Like birds, bees and barbecues, warm
(END SOT) weather also brings out the bikes.



"Bikes" meaning souped-up
motorcycles that can reach speeds of up
to 130 miles per hour ... and they're

sometimes driven by people willing to
go just that fast.

Last Friday, Amherst County
deputies chased this bike for miles
before they got lucky and nabbed the
driver after he turned up a dead-end
road.

That's usually not the outcome.

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IN Q=It's a hard 14:22:26 JIMMY AYERS/AMHERST CO.


SHERIFF: IT'S A HARD PROBLEM TO COMBAT
BECAUSE OF THE SPEEDS THESE BIKES WILL
TRAVEL AND IF YOU GET INTO AN AREA
THAT'S POPULATED AND HEAVY TRAFFIC,
IT'S HARD TO PURSUE THEM AND OVERTAKE
THEM.

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OUT Q=overtake them. Sheriff Ayers says they get calls


just about every day from residents
complaining about motorcycles speeding
or driving recklessly through
neighborhoods.

And the addition of the new Route
29 Bypass and its miles of wide open
highway has also proved to be too
tempting for some bikers.

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IN Q=We've gotten quite 14:23:37 AYERS: THIS TIME OF YEAR,


STEVE, WE'RE GETTING COMPLAINTS

EVERYWHERE, THROUGH THE RESIDENTIAL
SECTIONS WHEN THEY LEAVE THEIR
RESIDENCES, WIDE OPEN AND STANDING ON
THEIR REAR TIRES, AND IT'S DISTURBING
TO THEIR NEIGHBORS WHEN THEY DO THAT,
SO IT'S THE TIME OF YEAR FOR THAT
PROBLEM.

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OUT Q=for that problem. In Lynchburg, the Expressway is


the drag strip of choice for some
cyclists ... while we were talking with
Lt. Mike Staley, police dispatchers
asked officers to be on the lookout for
a biker driving recklessly on Route
501.

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IN Q=They see 7:08:05 LT. MIKE STALEY/LYNCHBURG


POLICE: THEY SEE A MOTORCYCLE POP A
WHEELIE, THEY'VE EVEN SEEN THEM
STANDING ON THE SEAT OF THEIR
MOTORCYCLE RIDING DOWN THE HIGHWAY.
TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR.

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OUT Q=unacceptable behavior. Staley says catching motorcyclists


in the act can be difficult ... but
that police are remaining ever
vigilant.

Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.
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GRAPHIC=None Pearisburg Police arrested a man


for rape over the weekend.

It happened Friday night at the
Holiday Motor Lodge.
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Police say 45 year old Tommy
McCallister met a woman for the first
time at a bar and was later seen
dragging her into his hotel room.

Investigators say a witness,
heard the woman screaming, ran to the
room and actually saw the crime.

McCallister is being held at the
NRV jail, charged with rape.
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GRAPHIC=John Muhammad Guilty verdicts were handed down


today in the trial of sniper John Allen
Muhammad for six more killings in the
D-C area shootings.

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*CG file File Tape

It was the fall of 2002 when
sniper shootings terrorized and
paralyzed the communities around DC,
Maryland and Virginia.

Muhammad, acting as his own trial
lawyer, claimed government agencies
collaborated to pin the crime on him
and Lee Boyd Malvo.

Muhammed has already been
sentenced to death for one of the
shootings in Virginia.

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GRAPHIC=Jimmy Hoffa The search is over... but the


mystery into Jimmy Hoffa's
disappearance continues.

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*CG file File Tape

The F-B-I said today that it
found no trace of the former Teamsters
boss after digging for two weeks at a
Detroit horse farm owned by a former

Hoffa associate.

Hoffa has been missing since
1975, and was declared dead by the
government during the 80's.

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GRAPHIC=VA Budget Could a budget deal really be


reached? State lawmakers now say
that'll happen by the end of next week.

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*CG locator Richmond

Negotiators met with Governor Tim
Kaine today before resuming talks over
the state's 74- billion- dollar two
year budget.

Next Wednesday the governor is
heading to New York to meet with the
state's bonding agencies and will have
to answer questions about the stability
of Virginia's legislative process.

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INQ=I have to be able





*CG 2line Gov. Tim Kaine

23:50:27 GOV. TIM KAINE: I HAVE TO BE
ABLE TO LOOK AT THESE FOLKS AND SAY,
WITH CONVICTION, A DEAL IS AT HAND.
AND IF I SAY THAT I THINK IT'S GOING TO
BE SOMETHING THAT WILL SATISFY THEM.

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OQ=that will satisfy them.





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Negotiators spent the day talking
about how to fund state construction
projects.

The Senate proposes using surplus
dollars, while the House would like to
use debt.

Senate negotiators were able to
remove tax increases for transportation
from the budget by promising the rest
of the Senate they wouldn't agree to
debt in a time of surplus.

Once this issue is resolved,
negotiators believe the rest of the
budget will fall into place.

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An investigation into fake
I-D's in the Roanoke Valley. We'll tell
you which stores have been searched and
why.

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*CG tease POWERBALL

Plus Powerball arrives in
North Carolina, but vendors are
powerless when it comes to some early
problems... with the game.
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Gangs in Roanoke? Still
ahead tonight, a city council member
says it's true... and everyone needs to
get involved in the fight to stop them.

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*CG tease SAFER SML

Plus have new safety efforts
paid off at Smith Mountain Lake?

The answer coming up... now that
a big holiday weekend is over.
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INQ=HEY FOLKS...




*CG tease AHEAD IN SPORTS

Hey folks Mike Stevens back in
the News 7 Sports office as high school
regional playoff action heats up
throughout the region this evening.

We'll check on highlights from
four of tonight's contests, plus could
this 10th grader be the most dominant
athlete in the region this spring?

All that a pile of scores are
coming up in a few minutes on the Big
7.

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GRAPHIC=NONE The busiest and safest in more


than 30 years.

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*CG locator Smith Mt. Lake

That's how the Department of Game
and Inland Fisheries describe this past
Memorial Day weekend at Smith Mountain
Lake.

The department says there were no
reported injuries and no arrests for
operating under the influence.

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INQ=The designated





*CG 2line Lt. Karl Martin
Dept. of Game & Inland Fisheries LT. KARL MARTIN/DEPT. OF GAME & INLAND
FISHERIES;

THE DESIGNATED OPERATOR CONCEPT
APPARENTLY IS WORKING AND A LOT OF
SMARTER PEOPLE DECIDED THAT IF ALCOHOL
WAS GOING TO BE PART OF THIS HOLIDAY
PERIOD, THAT THEY WERE GOING TO FIND
SOMEONE WHO WAS NOT DRINKING. THEY
WOULD FIND SOMEONE TO DRIVE THEIR BOAT
OR AUTOMOBILE.

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OQ=boat or automobile.





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Over the past year, the
Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
has been working to make the lake
safer-- with new patrol boats designed
for increased visibility and the
addition of mobile radar units.

And even though it's still early
in the year, officials hope this
weekend's success will continue.

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GRAPHIC=None Several hispanic businesses along


Williamson Road are the focus of an
investigation by the Department of
Motor Vehicles.

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*CG locator Roanoke

According to search warrants-
over the last several months several
hispanic drivers have been stopped and
were carrying fraudulent International
Driver's Licenses.

Those drivers reportedly told
authorities they had bought the
documents for 150-dollars from a man at
'La Bodeguita bo-de-geeta Hispana,' a
hispanic grocery store in Roanoke.

A separate search warrant
indicated *another* driver bought a
fake international driver's license and
car insurance at 'The Latin Corner' -
another Williamson Road business.

Both businesses were searched on

Friday along with one man's home.
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GRAPHIC=None The owner of the Latin Corner,


Veronica Freitas has previously helped
News7 as a translator on stories.

She also is the host of "Con La
Vera", a paid program on WDBJ.
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GRAPHIC=Gangs Regardless of whether you call


them gangs or not, one Roanoke City
Council member says the city has to
address the issue.

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*CG locator Roanoke

Sherman Lea says there's no
question there's gang activity in the
city and the council is addressing the
problem.

Lea says this week he and other
council members are meeting with Chief
Joe Gaskins.

The group is developing an action
plan to tackle the situation, but he
says its a community problem that needs

a community solution.

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INQ=Each and every citizen...




*CG 2line Sherman Lea
Roanoke City Council Member 4:25:52.00

SHERMAN LEA, ROANOKE CITY COUNCIL
MEMBER: EACH AND EVERY CITIZEN -WHEN
YOU SEE THINGS GOING ON IN YOUR
COMMUNITY, YOU SEE THINGS HAPPENING YOU
HAVE TO SUPPORT AND HELP THE POLICE
DEPT. IT'S NOT A ONE SEGMENT PROBLEM
THAT'S GOING TO BE SOLVED. WE HAVE TO
DO IT AS A COMMUNITY. (05)

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OQ=.. it as a community.




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GRAPHIC=HOLD Today- the Southern Christian


Leadership Conference called on the
city to admit it has gangs and
establish a task force to address the
problem.

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GRAPHIC=None North Carolina's powerball lottery


did not start off with much power
today...

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*CG locator Raleigh, NC 25 plus

A computer glitch meant at least
800 vendors could not sell the tickets
this morning at five when they were
supposed to go on sale.. It took two
hours before the glitch was fixed- and
North Carolinians were buying...

State lottery officials say sales
could hit the million dollar mark for
opening day.

By the way, the drawing is tomorrow
night... The jackpot is expected at 38
million dollars.

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GRAPHIC=NONE High school regionals keep


cranking all around the area as we
check out some baseball, softball,
tennis, and soccer.

Four sets of highlights and a
chat with what could be the area's most
dominant athlete this spring are coming
up.

But first - let's check out
tonight's scores.
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*CG carolina


Salem
0
4
Frederick
6






Lynchburg
4
4
Potomac
13


*CG hsbaseb 4
Hidden Valley
5


Jefferson Forest
3


REGION III QUARTERFINALS
4
Northside
7



Cave Spring
3


REGION III QUARTERFINALS


*CG hsbaseb 4
Alleghany
11


Liberty
7


REGION III QUARTERFINALS
4
Appomattox
11


Salem
2


REGION III QUARTERFINALS


*CG hsbaseb 4
James River
5


John Battle
1



REGION C QUARTERFINALS
4
Grayson Co.
3


Radford
1


REGION C QUARTERFINALS


*CG hsbaseb 4
Glenvar
4


Craig Co.
2


REGION C QUARTERFINALS
4
Altavista
6


Randolph Henry
5


REGION B QUARTERFINALS


*CG hssoft 4
Cave Spring

2


Lord Botetourt
0


GIRLS' REGION III QUARTERS
4
Jefferson Forest
2


Appomattox
0


GIRLS' REGION III QUARTERS


*CG hssoft 4
Hidden Valley
3


Liberty
2


GIRLS' REGION III QUARTERS
4
Northside
6


Rustburg
3



GIRLS' REGION III QUARTERS


*CG spgeneric 4
Northside
1


Hidden Valley
0


REGION III QUARTERFINALS
4
Blacksburg
5


Amherst Co.
2


REGION III QUARTERFINALS


HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' SOCCER


*CG spgeneric 4
Jefferson Forest
4


Cave Spring
2



REGION III QUARTERFINALS
4
Wiliam Byrd
2


Heritage
1


REGION III QUARTERFINALS


HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' SOCCER


*CG spgeneric 4
Hidden Valley
3


Liberty
0


REGION III QUARTERFINALS
4
Cave Spring
4


Northside
0


REGION III QUARTERFINALS



HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' SOCCER


*CG spgeneric 4
Blacksburg
11


Heritage
1


GIRLS' REGION III QUARTERS
4
Lord Botetourt
2


Jefferson Forest
1


GIRLS' REGION III QUARTERS


HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' SOCCER


*CG spgeneric 4 >>
Radford
10


George Wythe
1


GIRLS' REGION C QUARTERS

4
Radford
6


Parry McCluer
2


BOYS' REGION C QUARTERS


HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

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GRAPHIC=VHSL BASEBALL We begin this segment with Region


Three baseball.

Appomattox took out Salem,
Alleghany rolled past Liberty,
Northside beat Cave Spring, and Hidden
Valley took on Jefferson Forest in a
game that would send one of the
preseason favorites to make it to
states - home for the season.


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*CG locator Forest
Hidden Valley vs. Jefferson Forest The quarterfinal showdown was :00 held in Forest and Hidden Valley wasted
little time getting on the board.

Top of the first, the first
batter of the night - senior Daniel
Gills rips rope down the left field
line and sends one to the fence. He
opens things up with a standup double.

Gills would come home when Adam
Tucker hit this line drive over the
second baseman's head into right. The
Titans take a one to nothing lead.

JF would battle back and take the
lead as Ryan Litz rips a solo homer
into the parking lot in the third. *CG final Hidden Valley
5 But it wouldn't be enough as the Jefferson Forest Titans come back to take the 5-to-3 win 3 and advance to the semi-finals Thursday REGION III QUARTERFINALS night at Calfee Park in Pulaski.


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GRAPHIC=SOFTBALL In the Region three softball


quarterfinals, Jefferson Forest beat
Appomattox, Cave Spring shutout Lord
Botetourt, and Hidden Valley beat
Liberty in extra innings.

Northside also hosted Rustburg.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.
Rustburg vs. Northside We pick it up in the sixth inning :00 with Northside looking to put the game
away.

Kayla Price knocks a fly ball
into left field as Christina Rolfe tags
up and *CG final Northside scores from third. Northside wins the 6 game 6 to 3 and advances to play on Rustburg Thursday night with the semi-finals set 3 to be played in Covington hosted by REGION III QUARTERFINALS Alleghany.


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GRAPHIC=SOCCER Switching sports to region three


girls' soccer,

Hidden Valley, Blacksburg, and
Lord Botetourt all won tonight along
with Cave Spring.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.
Cave Spring vs. Northside Knights head coach Esteban :00 Martinez lead Cave Spring against
Northside on the Vikings' home field.

Cave Spring's McKenzie Garst gets
the pass from Jennifer Harvey but
Northside's Amanda Akers grabs the
diving save to keep the game scoreless.

Two minutes later, Garst bends in
the eventual game-winning goal from *CG final Cave Spring the far corner for the Knights. Cave 4 Spring goes on to shut out the Vikings Northside 4 to nothing and advances to the Region 0 three semi-finals at Hidden Valley on REGION III QUARTERFINALS Thursday night.


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GRAPHIC=TENNIS The Region 3 Boy's tennis


Semi-Finals were held this morning and
afternoon for both the Team Competition
and the Individual Doubles.

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*CG locator Roanoke
Region III Semi-Finals In the Team Competition, the
Hidden Valley Titans took down the
Alleghany Mountaineers by a score of 5
to nothing. The Titans only lost 1 set
in those 5 matches.

The Other team to advance to the
Regional Final was Jefferson Forest who
took out William Byrd. This one went 1
match into the Doubles with Cavaliers
coming out on top 5 to 2.

In the Individual Doubles Hidden
Valley's team of Ed Arsura and David
Kao (KAY-OH) won 2 Sets to none over
the team from William Byrd.

And in the other Semi-Final Josh
and Geoff Ranowsky beat the team from

Northside. The Finals will be played
tomorrow at the River's Edge.

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GRAPHIC=VHSL The James River baseball team won


tonight and plays Grayson County on
Thursday, tomorrow the Knight's
Softball team will play Grayson in a
Regional Semi-final in Independence.

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*CG locator Buchanan

When they take the field Abbie
Rexrode will be the pitcher on the
mound and she carries with her an 83
and a third innings scoreless streak.
Rexrode is just a sophomore, 1 of 6
that starts for John Shotwell's team.
She started as a freshman a season ago
when they lost in the first round of
the Regionals.

Rexrode gives much of the credit
for her success to her defense for the
impressive streak. But it's not
something that she thinks about while

on the mound.

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INQ=




*CG 2line Abbie Rexrode
James River Sophomore Pitcher
:00
*CG 2line John Shotwell
James River Head Softball Coach
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OQ=bother you as bad.



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GRAPHIC=NOne You could say some well-read



elementary school students made their
principal sweat this afternoon.

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*CG locator Bedford Co.

Thaxton Elementary school's
Principal, Judy Reynolds and librarian
Tracey Clark agreed to sit on the
school's roof if the students completed
their spring reading challenge.

The students were asked to
read two-thousand books in six weeks,

They went above and beyond...
reading more than 22 hundred books.

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INQ=I wanted to




*CG 2line Quandre' Lewis
Read More Than 140 Books I WANTED TO GET THE PRINCIPAL BACK FOR :00 ALL THOSE TIMES.
*CG 2line Judy Reynolds
Principal OH EXTREMELY PLEASED, I MEAN OUR :04 CHILDREN WENT WAY BEYOND WHAT WE
EXPECTED, SO WE ARE THRILLED AND WE'RE
SO PROUD OF THEM.

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The students who read 30 books or
more got a special privilege throwing
water balloons at the two.. you might
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