06/01/06

News-7 at 11


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GRAPHIC=Randy Meck He was supposed to stay on as Cave


Spring's Athletic Director until the
end of the school year.

But as News 7 was first to report,
Randy Meck was fired today, effective
immediately.

Meck in Monitor DOUBLE BOXES



DOUBLE BOXES=Justin & Natasha/BAM Justin McLeod spoke with Meck by


phone this evening. Justin, what did
he have to say?

Not much Natasha, in fact he said he
had no comment.

LIVE=Justin FUll/BAM LIVE FULL

*CG 2line Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com The school board chairman was a
little more forthcoming.

Mike Stovall says Meck was terminated
because of information the school
district received today.

He would not elaborate, saying it's a
personnel matter.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Meck has been in the headlines for


months when he resigned from the school

system after he was told his contract
as Cave Spring's athletic director
would not be renewed next year.

His dismissal as A-D touched off
months of controversy over
superintendent Linda Weber.

Meck told us back in March he was let
go because he complained about the
constant delays of the new athletic
fields at Cave Spring.

Just this week, Meck confirmed to
News 7 that he had re-applied for his
job at Cave Spring but he also had
another job lined up and that he
planned on taking that.

Sources tell us that job is at
Mount Vernon High School in Alexandria.

LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL



We also understand this Saturday the
Cave Spring community plans to hold a
farewell celebration for Meck at the
school.

I contacted several organizers of the
event, they have not returned my phone
calls so it's unclear if the
celebration will go on as scheduled.

DOUBLE BOXES=Natasha & Justin/BAM DOUBLE BOXES



Natasha, we don't know exactly why
Meck was fired today but several

sources close to the situation tell us
it has nothing to do with athletic
fields.

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GRAPHIC=None Carroll County deputies arrested


four people for operating a
methamphetamine lab early this morning.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Carroll Co.

Sheriff Warren Manning says they
lived inside this trailer in Fancy Gap
and were making, using and selling
meth.

The sheriff says today's bust is
part of a county-wide crackdown on
meth.

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INQ=WE'VE MADE QUITE




*CG 2line Warren Manning
Carroll Co. Sheriff SHERIFF MANNING

00:07:15 WE'VE MADE QUITE A FEW
ARRESTS ON DEALING DRUGS AND WE'RE
STILL LOOKING EVERYDAY FOR THE ONES
DEALING DRUGS. THAT'S OUR MAIN
OBJECTIVE IN CARROLL COUNTY IS TRYING
TO FIGHT DRUGS AS MUCH AS WE CAN. 7:25

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OQ=AS WE CAN





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All four people arrested are from
Mount Airy, North Carolina.

They are being held without bond
at the N-R-V Regional Jail.

The owner of the trailer, William
Hayes Junior is a convicted felon and
faces several other charges as well.

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ENG#=4




*CG locator Syracuse, IN

Now, if you're wondering just how
dangerous meth labs can be...take a
look at this charred aftermath.

Although the cause is not official,
investigators in Indiana say they found
suspicious material inside.

Crews say three explosions started
the fire and the flames quickly
overtook the house, killing the man
inside.

The fire is still being
investigated.

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GRAPHIC=NONE A no-smoking policy started today

HEALTHCHECK 7 ANIMATION at Lewis-Gale and at Carilion's Roanoke
hospitals. Right now only employees
are prohibited from smoking on company
property but that could change.

Joy Sutton explains in this Health
Check 7 report.

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INQ=Nicotine gum




*CG locator Salem
:00
*CG 2line Hollie Stansbury
Lewis-Gale Medical Ctr. Employee
:07
*CG 2line Melba Lewis
Lewis-Gale Physicians Employee
:32


*CG 2line Chris Blake

Carilion Employee
:45
*CG 2line N. L. Bishop
Carilion VP of Administration
1:01
*CG 2line Scott Kendrick
Lewis-Gale Dir. of Respiratory Care
1:18


*CG standup Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com
1:40



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OQ=joy sutton, news 7 << Nicotine gum is helping


Lewis-Gale employee Hollie Stansbury
make it through the day.

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HOLLIE: ACTUALLY HALF A DAY. I SMOKED
ON THE WAY IN. IT'S OK. I THINK THE
HARDEST PART FOR ME IS GOING TO BE AT
HOME BECAUSE MY HUSBAND STILL SMOKES

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It isn't any easier for Chris Blake.
He's been smoking on and off since the
age of 15. But not being able to light
up at work is leading some smokers to
kick-the habit all together.


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THERE IS NO PLACE TO GO UNLESS YOU'RE
LEAVING THE GROUNDS IN YOUR PERSONAL
VEHICLE... ONLY AT LUNCH HOW MANY OF US
ARE GOING TO DO THAT.. NO IT AINT
HAPPEN'

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1:17:37 runs=12



CHRIS:I WOULD NOT EVEN THOUGHT ABOUT
QUITTING JUST TO EXPENSIVE. THE AVERAGE
COST FOR OF PATCH IN THE STORE IS
360-DOLLARS

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Both Carilion and Lewis-Gale are
picking-up the costs to help their
employee go tobacco free.

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1:12:27 runs=09



NL:IT MAKES SENSE A JOINT VENTURE.. WE
AS HOSPITALS HAVE THE SAME MISSION
CREATING HEALTHIER ENVIRONMENTS IS
IMPORTANT

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Patients and visitors are still
allowed to smoke on the property, at
least for now.

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SCOTT:IN THE FUTURE MAYBE WE CAN DOWN
THE ROAD, FAMILY MEMBERS AND PATIENTS
WON'T BE ALLOWED TO SMOKE... GET THAT
FINALIZED

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Switchboard operator Melba Lewis
says making it through the day without
a cigarette might give more smokers
confidence that this can be a
lifestyle.

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MELBA: THAT WAS LIKE A WAKE-UP CALL FOR
ME. YOU CAN DO THIS

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JOY SUTTON/REPORTING:HOSPITAL OFFICIALS
TELL ME RESEARCH SHOWS THAT ABOUT 25
PERCENT OF HEALTH CARE WORKERS
NATIONWIDE ARE SMOKERS, SO THIS NEW
POLICY COULD AFFECT A LOT OF EMPLOYEES.
AND IF THEY'RE CAUGHT SMOKING, THERE
COULD BE CONSEQUENCES. JOY SUTTON, NEWS
7.

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GRAPHIC=NONE A student brought a gun to a


Montgomery County School this week.

Investigators say a 15-year old
took a 40-caliber handgun into Auburn
High School and was showing it off to
classmates.

The sheriff's office says those
classmates did the right thing, by
telling the School Resource Officer.

The 15 year old is at the N-R-V
Detention Hall, charged with carrying a
weapon onto school property.
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GRAPHIC=NONE A decision on a controversial new


subdivision in Craig County has been
put off.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Craig Co.

The board of supervisors decided
to delay a decision on a subdivision at
the Black Diamond Ranch until Monday.


Opponents of the plan worried
about developing the 16-hundred acres
to make way for 103-single family homes
on lots ranging from five to 65-acres.

Outside of destroying the quiet
of the region, opponents also worried
that part of this low-lying parcel is
in a floodplan.

The board also decided to
continue its funding of the library.

Three-thousand dollars have been
allocated for this year.

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GRAPHIC=Iran Nuke The six world powers met to discuss


Iran and the crisis over its nuclear
program.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Vienna, Austria

British Foreign Secretary Margaret
Becket announced they have agreed on
what incentives to offer Tehran to halt
uranium enrichment.

An offer that she believes gives

Iran a chance to reach a negotiation
through cooperation.

The announcement comes after
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice

met with representatives of the other
countries.

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*CG 2line Margaret Becket
British Foreign Secretary 0:47-1:04 WE ARE PREPARED TO RESUME
NEGOTIATIONS SHOULD IRAN RESUME
SUSPENSION OF ALL ENRICHMENT-RELATED
AND REPROCESSING ACTIVITIES AS REQUIRED
BY THE IAEA, AND WE WOULD ALSO SUSPEND
ACTION IN THE SECURITY COUNCIL.

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OQ=in the security council





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But it's also agreed that should Iran
chooses NOT to engage in negotiation,
the Security Council will have to take
further steps.

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GRAPHIC=Dozier CBS correspondent Kimberly Dozier


is alert and has been removed from her
ventilator.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT :19



VO-NAT Dozier remains in a German


hospital after the bombing in Iraq that
took the lives of her two colleagues.

She has been communicating in
writing and was told today about what
happened to her crew.

Her mother said Dozier cried upon
hearing the news.

The bodies of soundman James
Brolan and photographer Paul Douglas
were returned to England today.

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GRAPHIC=NONE A man is paying the price for


running over a neighbor's dog.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT :23
VO-NAT




*CG locator Oregon City, OR

: A jury ordered the man to pay an
Oregon family more than 56-thousand
dollars today.

The family sued their neighbor
for one million dollars after he ran
over the 14-year-old dog, Grizz.

The man owes 50-thousand dollars
for punitive damages, six-thousand
dollars for emotional distress and 400
dollars for the value of the dog.

The man spent 90 days in jail
after receiving a first degree animal
abuse conviction.


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GRAPHIC=NONE A trap finally snared a bear


that's been prowling around a Giles
County neighborhood.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT



VO-NAT This is a picture of the bear,


caught in the cage.

He was captured around 5:00 this
morning.

The bear had been wandering the
Forest Hill's neighborhood in Giles

County for two weeks.

He was getting into trash cans
and

even climbed into a car to eat
groceries.

Neighbors say it was the talk of
the community.

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INQ=My neighbor and




*CG 2line Grace Carpenter
Saw the Bear GRACE CARPENTER: 1:35:00 MY NEIGHBOR
AND I WERE SAYING WHAT ARE WE GOING TO
DO FOR EXCITEMENT NOW. LAUGHS. BUT IT
WAS EXCITING BUT WE'RE GLAD HE'S GONE.
IT'S A RELIEF. 1:41

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OQ=it's a relief.





VO-NAT VO-NAT I



The bear is an adult male and
estimated to be about 3-years old.

He was released this afternoon,
near Pearisburg in the Jefferson
National Forest.

Wildlife Biologists tranquilized
the bear, tagged him, pulled a tooth to
gauge his age and then sent him on his

way.

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Welcome to Hurricane Season
2006.

It began today...

ENG#=1



VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease HURRICANE SEASON

and in much of the Gulf Coast area,
they're still trying to recover from
last year's damage.

Coming up on News Seven, what
they're planning to do if another storm
takes aim.
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Two morning fires in Bedford
County leave two families homeless.

Details on that when News
Seven returns.

ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease FALLEN CLASSMATES

Plus a high school senior
class that's learned a lot about
tragedy.

How these local students
are remembering fallen classmates.
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INQ=HEY FOLKS




*CG tease AHEAD IN SPORTS

<< Hey folks Mike Stevens back in
the News 7 Sports office with regional
action from the diamond, the courts and
the soccer fields.


We'll check on teams that
qualified for state play from
throughout the region - plus - the
Fleming girls' track team has its
sights set on a state title this
weekend.

Details are on the way in few
minutes right here on the Big 7.>>

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GRAPHIC=Hurricane Season Ready or not here it comes. The


2006 atlantic hurricane season. Today
is the first official day of the
season. It comes as the army corps of

Engineers releases a report about why
the levees catastrophically failed.
Jennifer miller reports from new
orleans

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INQ=


*CG locator New Orleans, LA
00


*CG 2line Tommy Gondolfo
St. Bernard Parish Resident
0:10
*CG 2line Col. Lewis Setliff, III
Task Force Commander
0:42
*CG standup Jennifer Miller
New Orleans
0:48
*CG 2line John Booth
St. Bernard Parish Resident
1:16

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OQ=CBS News, New Orleans <<



(END SOT) IN NEW ORLEANS LOCALS ARE STILL TRYING


TO RECOVER FROM THE LAST

HURRICANE SEASON AND SAY THEY DON T
KNOW HOW THEY WILL HANDLE THIS ONE

if disaster strikes again.


sot: TOMMY GONDOLFO/ST. BERNARD


PARISH Resident

"It ll be the end of it I guess."

TOMMY GONDOLFO LOST HIS HOME WHEN
KATRINA S STORM SURGE WIPED OUT THE

LEVEE AT THE END OF HIS STREET. IT WAS
ONE OF DOZENS OF BREACHES ALONG

THE CITY S 350 MILE HURRICANE
PROTECTION SYSTEM.

THURSDAY A SIX-THOUSAND-PAGE
INTERAGENCY REPORT EXPLAINED THE
PROBLEMS

AND DEPICTED A DISJOINTED AND OUT-DATED
LEVEE SYSTEM. THE ARMY CORPS OF

ENGINEERS TOOK RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE
FAILURE, AND SAYS THE NEW SYSTEM

TAKES THE MISSTEPS INTO ACCOUNT.

sot COL. LEWIS SETLIFF III/COMMANDER


TASK FORCE

"We didn t just make repairs, we
engineered, designed and structured a

much better system bigger stronger, it
s much more resilient ant it s

been checked every step of the way."

STANDUP BRIDGE:Jennifer Miller/New
Orleans

BUT THE WORK ISN T FINISHED. OVER THE
NEXT FOUR YEARS THE CORPS PLANS

TO SPEND CLOSE TO FOUR BILLION DOLLARS

STRENGTHENING LEVEES, INCREASING

PUMPING STATION CAPACITY AND INSTALLING
MORE FLOOD GATES.

PHYSICAL IMPROVEMENTS, HOWEVER, DON T
FIX EMOTIONAL PAIN.

sot JOHN BOOTH/ST. BERNARD PARISH


Resident

"We are really lost down here."

JOHN BOOTH SAYS DEPRESSION IS HIGH, THE
STORM TOOK HIS HOME AND HIS

MOTHER S HOME. SUICIDE TOOK SIX
FRIENDS.



sot JOHN BOOTH/ST. BERNARD PARISH



"Should I stay here and wait for
another hurricane I don t know what to

do, I m 64 years of age, I can t tell
my kids what to do that spathetic."

AND THIS ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON
THREATENS TO BE JUST AS DESTRUCTIVE

WEATHER FORECASTERS PREDICT MORE THAN A
DOZEN NAMED STORMS.

JENNIFER MILLER CBS NEWS, NEW
ORLEANS.>>


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You can find more
information about hurricane season on
our webpage. Just go to wdbj7-dot-com.
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GRAPHIC=Fire A Bedford County family will be


seeking the shelter of friends and
family after a morning fire destroyed
their trailer.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Bedford Co.

It happened this morning at about
10:30 on Goodview Road in Goodview.

Ronnie Scott was at work when his
wife called to say their mobile home
was on fire.

She told him sparks flew out of
an electrical outlet and set the bed on
fire.

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INQ=My wife called me at..





*CG 2line Ronnie Scott
Homeowner @26:32.19

RONNIE SCOTT, HOMEOWNER: MY WIFE CALLED
ME AT WORK, SO I HURRIED HERE AS FAST
AS I COULD. WHEN I GOT HERE THE END OF
THE TRAILER WAS ALL THAT WAS LEFT. SO
IT WASN'T NOTHING I COULD DO.(44)

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VO-NAT VO-NAT



Scott's wife, Diana got out of
the house safely, but all the family's
possessions were lost.

Scott says he and his wife will
stay with family.

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ENG#=4 And this house burned to the ground at


Smith Mountain Lake....Crews got the
call at 5 am....that *CG locator Smith Mountain Lake a brush fire was encroaching a home
near Huddleston. When they arrived, the

house was already gone. And so was a
corvette that was sitting in the
driveway.

It's estimated there's at least half a
million dollars in damage. Crews
believe lightning sparked the fire but
investigators have been called in to
determine an official cause.

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GRAPHIC=None The Class of 2006 at Bath County


High School is remembering fallen
Chargers.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Since 2001, this year's


graduating class has lost three
classmates.

Roy Cox.....Liz Eddy...and Zach
King all died with in the last five
years.
*CG locator Hot Springs After having a temporary
memorial, the class decided to have
something more permanent.

Now a memorial stands in front of
the school's entrance in their memory.

Tomorrow night, 54 students will

graduate from Bath County High School.

Three seats in the front row will
remain empty with robes and caps to
remember the three classmates.

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It's all about the soccer
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GRAPHIC=NONE Highlights from six of tonight's


regional contests are on the way as we
check on plenty of soccer, baseball and
tennis and get aquatinted with the
Fleming girls' track team.

But first tonight's scores.

GO TO SCORES GO TO SCORES

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*CG hsbaseb 4
Appomattox
3



Alleghany
2


REGION III SEMI-FINALS
4
Northside
2


Hidden Valley
1


REGION III SEMI-FINALS


*CG hssoft 4
John Battle
2


James River
1


REGION C CHAMPIONSHIP


REGION III MOVED




TO MOYER-FRIDAY


*CG spgeneric 4

Blacksburg
4


William Byrd
1


REGION III SEMI-FINALS
4
Jefferson Forest
5


Northside
0


REGION III SEMI-FINALS
REGION III
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' SOCCER


*CG spgeneric 4
Hidden Valley
4


Cave Spring
1


REGION III SEMI-FINALS
4
Blacksburg
2



Lord Botetourt
0


REGION III SEMI-FINALS
REGION III GIRLS
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' SOCCER


*CG spgeneric 4
Radford
4


Narrows
2


REGION C SEMI-FINALS
4
Galax
5


Rural Retreat
0


REGION C SEMI-FINALS
REGION C BOYS
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' SOCCER


*CG spgeneric 4
Radford

6


Glenvar
0


REGION C CHAMPIONSHIP
















REGION C GIRLS
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' SOCCER


*CG carolina 4
Salem
4


Wilmington
2






Lynchburg





Winston-Salem




POSTPONED BY RAIN

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GRAPHIC=VHSL SOCCER In the Group A girls ranks,


Radford and Glenvar squared off for the
Region C championship in Highlander
Heaven.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.
Bobcats vs. Highlanders Glenvar faced a tall order in the :00 Bobcats who had lost just once all
season.

Radford was already up 1-nil when
Lori Gerlach gets the ball to Nikki
Greco who puts home her second goal of
the night to give the Bobcats a 2-oh

cushion at halftime.

Early in the second half, Lilli
Benck centers the ball for Radford and *CG final Radford it bounces around in front before 6 Krista Pattison put home this tally. Glenvar It was 3-nothing at that point and 0 Radford won it 6 to nothing. Both
teams advance to state play next week.

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GRAPHIC=Soccer In Region 3, the Blacksburg Girls


Soccer team was looking to advance to
the State Playoffs with a win over Lord
Botetourt. The Bruins got upset in the
district tournament.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.
Bruins vs Cavaliers They were locked up in scoreless
tie after the first half against the
Cavaliers due mostly to the play of
Ashley Russell in goal who made a
number of big saves to keep zero's on
the scoreboard.

In the second half the Bruins

would finally break through as Megan
Rhodes would find the back of the net
on a nice cross for the games first
goal.

*CG final Lord Botetourt More Blacksburg offense as Elena Mareno 0 would score and the Bruins advance to Blacksburg the Regional Final tomorrow with a 2 2 to nothing win over Lord Botetourt.

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GRAPHIC=HOLD The second game of the


double-header that was played at Hidden
Valley was between the Titans and there
Rivals from Cave Spring. It would be
the 4th time that these 2 teams had
matched up.

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*CG locator Roanoke Co.
Titans vs Knights And what a better way to pass the
time between games than read a good
book.

The Knights scored the games
first goal but from then on out it was

Hidden Valley. Matty Elder would score
on the nice cross to put the Titans up
3 to nothing.

*CG final Cave Spring More Hidden Valley scoring in the 1 second half Kendall Robertson would Hidden Valley dribble in and put one high in the back 4 of the net and the Titans beat the
Knights 4 to 1, they will play
Blacksburg for the Regional Title.

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GRAPHIC=BASEBALL The Region Three baseball


semi-finals were played last night in
Pulaski with the winners moving on to
next week's State Tournament.

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*CG locator Pulaski Co.
Appomattox vs. Alleghany The opening game had Appomattox
taking on Alleghany.

Appomattox was on top 3-to-2
looking to put the game away in the
6th. The wild pitch will get away from
the catcher, but Walt Ridgeway gets to

the plate and tags out the runner to
keep it a one run game.

It stayed that way until the
final at bat when Justin Franklin came
in with *CG final Appomattox the heat to get the final out. 3 Appomattox is headed to states with the Alleghany 3-to-2 win over Alleghany.
2
REGION III SEMI-FINALS


VHSL



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GRAPHIC=HOLD BASEBALL The second game of the night


pitted Hidden Valley against Northside.

The two teams split games during
the regular season.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Pulaski Co.
Hidden Valley vs. Northside Both the young and young at heart :00 were in attendance at Calfee for this
one.


For the second straight game
Daniel Gills would lead off and give
the Titans the early lead. Top of the
first he hustles home Brandon Lower's
sacrifice to right side of the infield.
Hidden Valley goes on top
1--to-nothing.

But in the bottom of the first
Northside would come back as Andrew
Stover slices one down the right field
line - the filder can't make the diving
catch *CG final Northside and Aaron Divers will score on the 2 play. Northside added another one to Hidden Valley advance to the state play with the 1 2-to-1 win.
REGION III SEMI-FINALS


VHSL



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GRAPHIC=HOLD VHSL BASEBALL The rain forced the Region C


boys' baseball tournament scheduled for
tonight at Kiwanis Field to be
postponed.


They hope to play the semi-finals
tomorrow at Noon and two and then play
the Championship game tomorrow night.
GRAPHIC=TENNIS




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*CG locator Roanoke
Region III Singles Title Match Meanwhile, rain stayed away from
the tennis at the River's Edge as Ed
Arsura battled Josh Ranowsky.

Arsura is the number 1 player for
Hidden Valley and is also on the
Titans' number 1 doubles team. Hidden
Valley won the Region 3 team title
yesterday at Rivers Edge and today
Arsura beat Jefferson Forest's Ed
Ranowsky for the Region 3 Singles
Title.

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GRAPHIC=VHSL Tomorrow - the two day Group


Two A state track and field meet takes
place at JMU.

The William Fleming girls

should be in the hunt for a
championship thanks to the trio of
Jasmine Bethel, Brittany Cabbler, and
Omni Ashford. Together they combined
for 84 of the Colonels 94 points last
week in winning the Region Three meet.

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*CG 2line Robert Vineyard
Colonels Head Coach
:00


*CG 2line Jasmine Bethel
Region Three Champ in Three Events
:15


*CG 2line Omni Ashford
Colonels Sprinter
:28


*CG 2line Brittany Cabbler
Region III Champ in 400 and 200
:38



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OQ=for William Fleming High School."


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GRAPHIC=DAZZLE The Roanoke Dazzle went out


business earlier this spring but the
team is still working hard for the
valley.

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The Dazzle has donated more than
three truckloads of balls, apparel and
water bottles to the Giant Yard Sale
taking place tomorrow and Saturday at
the old Viking Lanes on Franklin Road.

Proceeds from the event will
benefit the Children's Advocacy Center
of the Roanoke Valley which works to
help educate children and prevent child
abuse.
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GRAPHIC=NONE Weather predictions for June


took on a special interest this year as
the hurricane season officially starts.
Leo Hirsbrunner covers that and more
in our monthly almanac.

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*cg 305
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*CG 2line Vice Adm. Conrad Lautenbacher
NOAA Administrator
:44 QUICK!!!!



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OQ=meteorologist Leo Hirsbrunner.



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