10/10/06

News-7 at 11:00





HEADLINE #1 HEADLINE #1 (:01 of head pad)



CAPTION: PACKED HOUSE

NATASHA: A packed house in Blacksburg,
as Town Council prepares for a
controversial vote.


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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2



CAPTION: EYE ON SAFETY


JUSTIN STANDUP


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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3



CAPTION: Changes Ahead

We finish up this warm and clear
stretch tomorrow as the clouds roll in.


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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4



CAPTION: WINTER BILLS

NATASHA: As snow begins to fall, a lot
of winter heating bills are going down.



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<< *CG standup Natasha Ryan
nryan@wdbj7.com


*CG 304


*CG standup Grant Kittelson >>
gkittelson@wdbj7.com
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GRAPHIC=News-7 at 11 Good evening I'm Natasha


Ryan.
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GRAPHIC=News7@11 It's been a long night and quite crowd


at Blacksburg Town Council, for a
controversial vote that will affect
high school sports for decades.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Blacksburg

Currently, Blacksburg High School
students play at Bill Brown Stadium,
but that facility hasn't been renovated
in years and is falling apart.

So the Montgomery County School Board
wants a a 3-thousand seat stadium on 86
acres off Price's Fork Road.

And tonight is decision night for
Blacksburg Town Council.
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GRAPHIC=None And there is still no decision at


this hour.

BLACKSBURG DOUBLE BOXES=Natasha & DOUBLE BOXES


Rachel/Microwave New River Valley Bureau Chief
Rachel DePompa was at the meeting
tonight,

Rachel, what was it like?

LIVE=Rachel Full/Microwave LIVE FULL

*CG live Rachel DePompa
redpompa@wdbj7.com Natasha, I can safely say I've Blacksburg never seen a crowd this large at
Blacksburg Town Council meeting.

At least 200 people were there,
and everyone wanted a turn at the
microphone.

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INQ=Council chambers


*CG locator Blacksburg
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*CG 2line Meghan Tamminen
Blacksburg High Cheerleader
:10
*CG 2line Dawn Elvinger
Blacksburg Resident
:41
*CG 2line John Casali
Blacksburg Resident
:52
*CG 2line Kim Radford
Blacksburg High Teacher
1:15

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OQ=They're proud of.



< football game.

There were cheerleaders, pompoms,
stickers saying "Yes for BHS"



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INQ=I know it's MEGHAN TAMMINEN: :58:00 I KNOW IT'S


JUST THE FIRST STEP, IT STILL HAS TO
GET BUILT. BUT THIS PERMISSION TO BE
ABLE TO DO THIS STADIUM WOULD PROBABLY
BE THE BEST THING THAT'S HAPPENED FOR
OUR SCHOOL AND FOR OUR TEAMS IN A LONG
TIME. :07

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OQ=in a long time.




It was standing room only with the
crowd spilling out into the hallway.

And nearly every prominent person in
Montgomery County showed up.

From the school board members to
members of the Board of Supervisors and
even the town's former longtime
Mayor... Roger Hedgepeth



NATS: playing football...



And it was all about the "Friday night
lights" and where it should go.



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INQ=I am for a stadium DAWN ELVINGER.



4:39:00 I AM FOR A STADIUM. I'M AGAINST
THE LOCATION OF IT. I THINK IT IS ILL
FITTED FOR OUR TOWN TO BE ON THE FAR
OUTSKIRTS RATHER THAN CENTRALLY LOCATED
FOR THE WHOLE COMMUNITY. :50

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OQ=whole community.



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INQ=From a noise JOHN CASALI DIRECTORY AUDITORIUM


SYSTEMS LAB, VIRGINIA TECH.

3:38:00 FROM A NOISE STANDPOINT,
WHETHER YOU PICK THE CROWD NOISE, THE
BAND NOISE, THE BLEACHER STOMPING THE

PA SYSTEM OR WHATEVER. IT'S TOO CLOSE
TO THE COMMUNITY AND IT'S LINE OF SIGHT
TO THE COMMUNITY AND THERE'S NOTHING
THAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT SOME OF THOSE
NOISE SOURCES. :52

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OQ=noise sources.



No one seems to be against building a
new stadium, and those FOR the Price's
Fork location outnumbered those against
it nearly 3 to 1.



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INQ= KIM RADFORD: 1:38:00I HAVE A LOT OF


KIDS WHO ARE ATHELETES WHO ARE IN MY
CLASSES AND I GO AND WATCH THEM PLAY
ALL THE TIME AND I'M VERY PROUD OF
THEIR ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND I'D REALLY
LIKE TO SEE THEM PLAY IN A STADIUM THAT
THEY'RE PROUD OF. :47

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LIVE=Rachel Full/Microwave LIVE FULL

*CG liveloc Blacksburg

Again, the town council is STILL
meeting at this hour.

They've been listening to
citizens for more than 2 and a half

hours now.

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We'll bring you the decision
later in the news cast if it comes
down.. or tomorrow on News-7 Mornin',
starting at 5-30 a.m.



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GRAPHIC=School Safety With the recent rash of school


violence, you may be asking yourself is
it time for more security in our
schools?

Survelliance cameras certainly help
but as we found out many local school
systems are NOT making the grade when
it comes to installing them.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
July, 2004 Take Roanoke City.

Two years ago, the school board made
it a top priority to put them in all

the city's schools.

But our research has found that
project is far from complete.

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Justin McLeod has been looking into
this. Justin what's taking so long?

Natasha, simply put it's a lack of
money.

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*CG standup Justin McLeod
jmcleod@wdbj7.com But to be fair Roanoke City has come
a long way, although it still has a
long way to go.

And as we found out the city is
actually way ahead of Roanoke County on
this issue.

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*CG 2line Steve Spangler
William Byrd Middle School Principal
:12



*CG 2line Tiffany Woods
Roanoke City Schools Spokesperson
:54


*CG 2line Martha Spencer
Parent
1:17

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OQ=EYES FOR THE KIDS <<((NAT SOUND OF TEACHING))



In the classroom it's the teachers
who keep an eye on our children.

But when they're out in the hallways
or in the cafeteria, educators need
some help.

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INQ=As much as STEVE SPANGLER/WILLIAM BYRD MIDDLE


SCHOOL PRINCIPAL: AS MUCH AS WE ARE IN
THE HALLWAYS WE CAN'T BE EVERYWHERE SO
THE DEFINITELY WILL HELP WITH SAFETY IN
THE HALLWAYS AS WELL AS THE ENTRANCES.

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OQ=as the entrances He's talking about security cameras.



But current school board policy
doesn't allow their use. That however
is expected to change within the next
month.

When it does, William Byrd Middle
school will be ready. They school
recently received twenty cameras as

part of a pilot program.

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INQ=In today's STEVE SPANGLER: IN TODAY'S CLIMATE


SAFETY IS A BIG FACTOR AND OUR CONCERN
IS BEING PRO ACTIVE AND TAKING CARE OF
THE SAFETY OF OUR KIDS.

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OQ=OF OUR KIDS In Roanoke City, the hope was to have


cameras in all the schools by now.

The two high schools and all the
middle schools currently have THEM, but
16 schools do not, mainly the
elementary schools.

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INQ=In a perfect world TIFFANY WOODS/ROANOKE CITY SCHOOLS: IN


A PERFECT WORLD WE'D LIKE TO HAVE
CAMERAS IN ALL OF THE SCHOOLS BUT THE
REALITY IS IT COSTS MONEY AND WE JUST
HAVE A LIMITED BUDGET.

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OQ=LIMITED BUDGET In the past two years, the school


system has spent more than 200-thousand
dollars on this type of survelliance.

Roanoke County expects to spend
nearly a half million.

It's obviously not cheap but some
parents believe their worth every
penny.

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INQ=I think the cameras MARTHA SPENCER/PARENT: I THINK THE


CAMERAS ARE A GOOD SAFETY PRECAUTION
FOR OUR CHILDREN AND IT'S ALWAYS GOOD
TO HAVE AN EXTRA SET OF EYES FOR THE
KIDS.

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LIVE=Justin Full/BAM LIVE FULL



Roanoke City doesn't know when it
will finish the plan to put cameras in
all its schools.

Roanoke County hopes to complete the
job within the next few years.

DOUBLE BOXES=Natasha & Justin/BAM (DOUBLE BOXES)



Natasha, to give you an idea how
expensive cameras can be, it can cost
anywhere between thirty to 70-thousand
dollars for each school.

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GRAPHIC=None Roanoke Gas customers may get a


welcome break on their heating bills
this winter.

The company says falling energy
prices could reduce the average bill by
more than 15 percent.

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VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The winter fuel forecast from the
U.S. Department of Energy is mixed.

The cost of oil and electric heat
are expected to rise, while the price
of natural gas is falling.

For the average customer of
Roanoke Gas, savings could amount to
more than 200 dollars a year.

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INQ=Given the high prices




*CG 2line John Williamson
RGC Resources CEO JOHN WILLIAMSON/RGC RESOURCES CEO:
GIVEN THE HIGH PRICES THE LAST COUPLE
OF YEARS ON NATURAL GAS AND THE BAD
PUBLICITY THAT THE NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY
AND THE ENERGY INDUSTRY IN GENERAL GOT,
I FEEL VERY GOOD TO BE ABLE TO SAY THAT

FOR OUR CUSTOMERS THIS COMING YEAR.

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OQ=customers this coming year.




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GRAPHIC=None Savings will also depend on the


weather. But with hurricane season
winding down, and large supplies of
natural gas in storage, John Williamson
says he is confident customers will get
some relief this year.



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GRAPHIC=Winter Weather And speaking of winter, it may still be


months away, but you wouldn't know it
in parts of Northern California

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator South Lake Tahoe, CA

An unexpected winter-like storm
dumped up to six inches of snow
overnight and today, catching some

motorists off-guard and leaving ski
resort owners smiling.

All roads remain open, but tire
chains were required on Highways in the
Lake Tahoe area.

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Natasha tosses to Robin


But no snow here Robin, in fact, it was quite warm out there today:)
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GRAPHIC=Flooding You may have seen the flood video


from Franklin early this evening...well
Governor Tim Kaine saw it firsthand...

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Franklin

Kaine was there as residents were
finally able to take a small sigh of
relief now that the Blackwater River
has stopped rising.

The governor declared a statewide
emergency after areas in central and
southeastern Virginia received several
inches of rain.

Enough rain that caused more than 70
people to be evacuated from their homes
and businesses.

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GRAPHIC=None Earlier in the day, Kaine was in


Roanoke, where he said improvements on
Commonwealth roadways will NOT cost
Virginians at the pumps.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke

The governor was on hand at
today's 55th Transportation Conference
at the Hotel Roanoke.

Among the list of issues...
funding, traffic and road improvements.

While the General Assembly was
unable to reach a decision during a
special session on transportation
funding - the governor says the
projects WILL get funded.

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INQ=We can do it without...




*CG 2line Gov. Tim Kaine

38:46.00


GOVERNOR TIM KAINE, VIRGINIA (D)

WE CAN DO IT WITHOUT A GAS TAX. I'M
COMMITTED TO THE NOTION THAT USERS
SHOULD PAY FOR THE IMPROVEMENTS. I
DON'T THINK A GENERAL TAXES TO PAY FOR
THE IMPROVEMENTS, BUT YOU CAN USE
TRANSPORTATION BASED USER'S FEES TO
RAISE ALL THE MONEY YOU NEED TO DO WHAT
NEEDS TO BE DONE. (00)

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OQ=.. needs to be done.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The Commonwealth Transportation
Board is meeting tomorrow at one
o'clock at the Hotel Roanoke.

A vote on Interstate 81 is
expected.
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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 So who won the debate last night,


George Allen or Jim Webb? Our
News-7/Survey USA poll tells us more of

you were impressed with Allen.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond
Last Night The Republican incumbent and his
Democratic challenger squared off in
Richmond last night, for the final
televised debate for the November
election, which is four weeks from
today.

Only 30 per cent of the people
questioned said they watched the
debate, but of those who DID watch,

48 per cent said George Allen was the
winner. 38 per cent went with Webb, and
14 cent there was no clear winner.

But did it change anyone's impression
of the candidates --

37 per cent said they had a more
favorable opinion of Allen after
watching, 31 per cent less so.

Fairly similar numbers for Webb - 38
per cent more favorable, although 36
per cent thought less of him after the
debate.

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TAKE FS GFX TAKE FS GFX

You can look at the complete breakdown

of the survey results at wdbj7-dot-com.

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GRAPHIC=Campaign 2006 The Virginia Education Association is


endorsing Jim Webb and encouraging its
63- thousand members to vote for him.

ENG#=4 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Richmond

The son of an Air Force- officer
who was often transferred, Webb says he
grew up in many good and some not so

good public schools.

The Democrat's opposition of
school voucher plans, support of fully
funding No Child Left Behind, and a
desire to "strengthen" social security
helped earn him the organization's
endorsement.

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INQ=We've made a commitment




*CG 2line Jim Webb

(D) Candidate for US Senate 1:07:49 JIM WEBB/(D) CANDIDATE FOR US


SENATE: WE'VE MADE A COMMITMENT TO
WORKING PEOPLE WHO HAVE INVESTED IN
SOCIAL SECURITY THAT THE EXISTING
PROGRAM THAT IS DEFINED WILL PROVIDE
THEM THE BENEFITS THAT THEY NEED WHEN
THEY REACH THE RIGHT AGE.

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OQ=reach the right age.





VO-NAT VO-NAT



Webb received five- thousand
dollars from the V-E-A.

The group has never endorsed
Republican George Allen and today
criticized his record on education.

Allen's campaign manager calls

the V-E-A a "left- wing organization"
and cited a two- billion dollar
increase in education spending under
Allen's leadership as *governor.*

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GRAPHIC=None Martinsville's unsuccessful effort to


acquire its local cable TV franchise
will probably cost the city more than
three-quarters of a million dollars.

But city leaders say this should not
affect future taxes or fees.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT



VO-NAT The numbers were released today and

NO SUPER show so far, the city has paid
325-thousand dollars to the cable
acquisition specialists it retained.

The City Attorney expects another bill
of 450 to 550-thousand dollars.

That would put the total at
775-thousand dollars for starters, and
perhaps more.
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NATASHA ON CAM NATASHA ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None The city hopes to recoup some of those


costs through lawsuits against
Adelphia.

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Is it another nuke test, or an
earthquake? Still ahead, new jitters
near North Korea.

ENG#=3





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease DOWN THE DRAIN

And hopes of illegally entering the
U.S. may live on, but sometimes they
literally go down the drain.
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How do you stop another country from
setting off nuclear weapons? Still,
that's being asked around the world.


ENG#=1





VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG tease DRESSING UP

And want to buy a Hollywood icon?
Audrey Hepburn wore this one, so you
better be ready to fork over six
figures.
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*CG tease AHEAD IN SPORTS

Hey Everybody Grant Kittelson
back in the News 7 Sports Office, we
know whose number 1 in High School
Football and we've got 2 of them. High
School Volleyball Action this evening,
State Titles are won on the Golf Course
and Mike Stevens checks in with one
Hokie who will have hundreds rooting
him on at B.C. all that and more coming

up in Sports.

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GRAPHIC=North Korea A strong earthquake in northern Japan


triggered reports that North Korea may
have held another alleged nuclear test.
But the report was quickly squashed by
Japan's prime minister.

Meantime, more high-level talks are
aimed at stopping North Korea's nuclear
ambitions.

Pauline Chiou CHEW has the latest from
Washington.



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INQ=


*CG 2line John Bolton
U.S. Ambassador to U.N.
:10
*CG 2line Emyr Jones Parry,
U.K. Ambassador to the U.N.
:29
*CG standup Pauline Chiou
Reporting
:54
*CG 2line Condoleezza Rice
Secretary of State
1:03



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OQ=STD << AFTER TWO DAYS OF AGREEMENT THAT
(END SOT) NORTH KOREA MUST BE PUNISHED FOR its



NUCLEAR BOASTS - UNITED NATIONS
SECURITY COUNCIL MEMBERS STILL CAN'T

AGREE ON HOW





Sot: John Bolton/U.S. Ambassador to the
U.N. // 16:13:25



we remain of the view that we have to

move swiftly and I still think

that is possible.





LOOKING TO IMPOSE STRINGENT SANCTIONS
AGAINST THE COMMUNIST NATION - THE

5 PERMANENT SECURITY COUNCIL MEMBERS -
BRITAIN, CHINA, FRANCE, RUSSIA

AND THE UNITED STATES ..PLUS.. JAPAN
ARE WORKING ON A U.S. PROPOSED DRAFT

RESOLUTION.





SOT: Emyr Jones Parry, UK Ambassador to


the UN



There are complicated issues in the
draft and that�s what we have been

discussing



DESPITE THE TWO DAY STALEMATE AT THE
COUNCIL - THE DETERMINATION AND

UNITY AMONG THE MEMBERS IS TELLING
NORTH KOREA A LOT. CHINA - ONE OF

THE ROGUE NATION'S BEST ALLYS HAS ALSO
INDICATED THAT SOME "PUNITIVE

ACTION" IS WARRANTED.



BRIDGE: Pauline Chiou / CBS News




Amid the diplomacy, North Korea
officials again demanded one-on-one

talks with Washington and reportedly
threatened to launch a

nuclear-tipped missile if the U.S.
doesn't help resolve the standoff.



Condoleezza Rice / U.S. Secretary of
State



They would like nothing better than to
have all of the pressure be on

the United States to deliver a deal





WEDNESDAY - THE SECURITY COUNCIL WILL
MEET AGAIN TO TRY AND SHORE-UP

JUST SUCH A "DEAL" FOR NORTH KOREA.
POINTEDLY ONE THAT WOULD BE

DELIVERED THROUGH MULTI-NATIONAL
COOPERATION. IN WASHINGTON, PAULINE

CHIOU FOR CBS NEWS.

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GRAPHIC=None A group of people tried to sneak across



the US border but got stuck along the
way...

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*CG locator San Diego, CA

Seven undocumented immigrants
were pulled out of a storm drain in San
Deigo, after border agents caught them
on survelliance cameras.

The agents ordered them out of the
drain, and on the way out, one person
got stuck. So fire crews used
jackhammers to widen the drain and
rescue them before anyone was hurt.

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And was it a sticky situation on the volleyball court tonight....????
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GRAPHIC=None Coming up in Sports we hit the


Hardwood for some Volleyball Action,
Number 1 in the High School Rankings is

occupied by 2 Friday Football Extra
Teams and Mike Stevens checks in with a
Hokie Headed Home Thursday Night but
first your Extra Point.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT



VO-NAT Tiger Woods was in Hollywood


today to unveil the latest chapter of
his Video Game Tiger Woods 2-thousand
and 7. Tiger rolled up in a golf cart
and then hit some balls down Hollywood
Boulevard, hoping Tiger had the driver
under control today and hit his target
or some on-lookers could have been in
trouble.

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GRAPHIC=VHSL We begin on the Volleyball court


where back in my day growing up in the
Valley, Salem and Cave Spring was a

Triple "A" rilvary in the Roanoke
Valley District.

ENG#=1 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem
Spartans vs Knights These days they are both now
Double "A" Schools in the River Ridge
District.

Spartans Hosting the Defending
State Champions and Kelsey Bradshaw
showing here stuff for Salem with the
nice dink that earns a point for Salem.

The Knights Defense did step up
though they put up the big double Block
to stop Salem on the Spike attempt and
they also stopped the Spartans *CG final Cave Spring in the match Cave Spring earns the 3 District Win by a score of 3 games to Salem none over Salem.
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GRAPHIC=GOLF Volleyball plays their state


Finals in November, High School Golf

handing out State Titles this week. In
Single "A" Action Floyd County won
themselves a State Team Championship,
holding onto their Day 1 lead. The
Individual State Title went to Marshall
Bailey of James River who shot a 70
today to back up his 72 on Monday.

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Roanoke
Group AA Golf State Championship The Double "A" State Championship
finished up its two days at Roanoke
Country Club.

In the Team Competition Lord
Botetourt couldn't hold onto it's Day 1
lead. They finished second with a score
of 617.

The team that came from behind to
beat the Cavaliers was the Blacksburg
Bruins who won by 11 strokes.

The Bruins were led by Courtney
Ellenbogan who finished Second in the
Individual Competion to Chris Hamm by 1
stroke.

Salem's Aaron Eckstein was third.


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GRAPHIC=FFE The latest Rankings in High


School Football are out and the coveted
place of number 1 in both Double "A"
and Single "A" belongs to teams from
the Friday Football Extra Viewing Area.

ENG#=3 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator Salem
This Season When you are the 2-time defending
State Champions and carry with you a 27
game winning streak it should be no
suprise that Salem is number 1 in the
Double "A" rankings. The Spartans
received 7 First place Votes.

(GO TO FULL SCREENS) (GO TO DOUBLE "A" FULL SCREEN)


TAKE CG213400 They by far outdistanced the
Second place team of Richlands. 2
Other Friday Football Teams make the
Top Ten. Hidden Valley checks in at
number 7 with a 5 and OH record.
Titans and Spartans will play each
other a week from this Friday.

Amherst is Number 8, the Lancers
are the only team in the top 10 with a
loss this season, That came against

G.W. Danville.

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TAKE CG213401 The top team in Single "A" is
Chris Thurman's Gretna Hawks who are
perfect on the season at 6 and OH and
received 5 first place votes.

Other Area Teams in the Rankings
include defending the 2 defending State
Champions at the Single "A" level,
William Campbell at 4, followed by
Giles at 5.

The other Friday Football Extra
Team in the rankings is Glenvar which
is number 6.
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GRAPHIC=VT Virginia Tech will go on the road


for only the second time this season as
they travel to Boston College Thursday
night. It's hard to call this a must
win game, but whichever team loses
might want to kiss their A-C-C
Championship Hopes Goodbye.

Mike Stevens checks in with one
Hokie who is looking forward to saying
goodbye to Blacksburg and hello to an
inviting Away Stadium.


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*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com
:00
*CG 2line Jesse Allen
VT Fullback from Monson, Mass.
:15
*CG locator Chestnut Hill, MA
:26





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GRAPHIC=Martinsville Recently in the Nextel Cup


Series, many Young Drivers have
bypassed racing in the Busch Series and
gone right from the Craftsmen Truck
Series to racing with the Big Boys.
Both Series will be at Martinsville
Next weekend.

Current Truck Series Rookie Erik

Darnell was rumored to be possibly
making that jump for Roush Racing next
Season. But on a stop here in Roanoke,
he put that rumor to rest.

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*CG 2line Erik Darnell
Roush Racing Truck Driver







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GRAPHIC=None This is truly a dream item for all



you Audrey Hepburn Fans.....

ENG#=2 VO-NAT
VO-NAT




*CG locator New York City, NY

The famous black dress she wore as
Holly Golightly in Breakfast at
TIffany's is up for sale....

And Tiffany's in New York City put
on quite a display...modeling the dress
to preview a much anticipated auction
in London.

The dress is expected to bring in
between $105 to $147 thousand. Proceeds
will go to a charity that helps
underprivileged children in India - one
who's work was close to Hepburn's
heart.

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3 SHOT


WXPRO/FULL Tomorrow Forecast




Three Shot Goodbye

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