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


CAPTION: DUI Charges


Police charge a woman with involuntary
manslaughter following an early morning
accident.

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HEADLINE #2 HEADLINE #2


CAPTION: Winter Mix


Mountain snow today, more rain and snow


on Friday.

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HEADLINE #3 HEADLINE #3


CAPTION: Silent Protest


A survivor of the Virginia Tech
shooting plans to use its anniversary
to stage a protest.

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HEADLINE #4 HEADLINE #4


CAPTION: Home Safely


Drew levinson Standup

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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com

*CG 304

*CG standup Brent Watts

bwatts@wdbj7.com

*CG standup Mike Stevens

mstevens@wdbj7.com

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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com A Roanoke County woman is charged
with involuntary manslaughter tonight
following a fatal accident in Roanoke
County.


She and a second driver involved
in the crash have both been charged
with driving under the influence.


Roanoke Co DOUBLE BOXES=Jean/Joe DOUBLE BOXES

Microwave It happened early this morning on
a stretch of Electric Road near
Tanglewood Mall, and that's where
News-7's Joe Dashiell is tonight. Joe
What have you learned?


LIVE=Joe Full LIVE FULL

*CG live Joe Dashiell

jdashiell@wdbj7.com Jean, the traffic is heavy out Roanoke Co. here this afternoon, but last night
this was a construction zone... with
signs, traffic cones, and portable
lighting.


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INQ=The accident




*CG locator Roanoke Co.

:00





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12:30 in the northbound lanes of
Electric Road, just beyond the
intersection with Ogden Road, in a spot
where the construction equipment was
operating.


Police say a Hummer H3 hit a
backhoe, and then a Chevrolet Avalanche
hit the rear of the Hummer... pushing
both into the back of a dump truck.


The driver of the truck, Richard
L. Slone of Vinton, was standing behind
the equipment. He was hit and killed.


Police have charged the driver of
the Hummer, 42- year- old Tracie
Nininger, with involuntary
manslaughter, and driving under the
influence.


An arrest warrant indicates her


blood alcohol level was between point
1-5 and point- 2-0. That's about twice
the legal limit.


The driver of the Avalanche,
Jeffrey S. Dupree, was also charged
with driving under the influence, and
refusing a breath test. >>




LIVE=Joe Full LIVE FULL

*CG liveloc Roanoke Co.


Apparently, Nininger and Dupree
were together before the accident...
though police would not say where.


DOUBLE BOXES=Jean/Joe Microwave (DOUBLE BOXES)


Nininger was still in custody
this afternoon, Jean, Dupree was
released on bond this afternoon.

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GRAPHIC=None Snow flurries started to fall


around mid afternoon in parts of the
Alleghany Highlands.


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VO-NAT

*CG locator Covington


This is what people saw in
downtown Covington.


Some didn't mind that mother
nature was providing some much needed
moisture to region.


Both Bath and Highland Counties
let schools out early due to the snow,
which started to stick on some grassy
spots.


No accidents were reported in the
area.


The highlands could get a couple
of inches overnight.


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A bigger weather system is on the way
late Thursday. Chief meteorologist
Robin Reed is here now with details.

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SCHOOL TOUCH/FULL SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS


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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com It's always nice to report on local
people doing well... Tonight the
shuttle Atlantis is back on land with
Lynchburg native Leland Melvin aboard.


We'll hear from him in a moment..
but first Drew Levinson on the mission
and the work to bring down a broken
satellite.


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INQ=

*CG locator NASA

*CG locator Kennedy Space Center

*CG 2line Steve Frick

Atlantis Commander

*CG 2line Bill Gerstenmaier

Space Flight Director

*CG standup Drew Levinson

CBS News

*CG 2line Bill Harwood

CBS News Consultant


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OQ=kennedy space Center.


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<
The Space Shuttle and its seven
astronauts breezed onto runway 15 at
the Kennedy Space Center Wednesday
morning.


"WE APPRECIATE ALL THE GREAT HELP AND
SUPPORT FROM THE FOLKS HERE AT KENNEDY
AND ALL OVER NASA."


For the astronauts it was not only
difficult to connect a European lab to
the International Space Station-but
also because they were away from their
families.


STEVE FRICK/ATLANTIS COMMANDER:


THEY HAD A VERY TOUGH TIME FOR THE LAST
TWO WEEKS AS WE ARE UP IN SPACE AND
THEY ARE NOT COMFORTABLE OR HAPPY UNTIL
WE GO HOME."


It was harder for Dan Tani whose mother
was killed in a car accident while he
was on the space station.


Faulty fuel gauges on the Shuttle
delayed his return in December..


Though the others are walking-- Zero
gravity for four months has made it
difficult for Tani to get around."


BILL GERSTENMAIER/SPACEFLIGHT DIRECTOR
"HE'S KINDA TYPICAL OF RETURNING
EXPEDITION CREW MEMBER BUT HE'S JUST
GREAT."


DREW LEVINSON/KENNEDY SPACE CENTER:


THE PENTAGON WANTED THE SPACE SHUTTLE
BACK ON EARTH FOR SAFETY SAKE. THE NAVY
IS PLANNING TO TO SHOOT DOWN A CRIPPLED
SATELLITE. SO THERE WAS NO WAY THEY
WERE GOING TO RISK A SHOT WITH ATLANTIS
STILL UP THERE.


For the first time-a missile will be
fired from a ship in the Pacific to
destroy the satellite orbiting 150
miles above the earth.


BILL HARWOOD/CBS NEWS CONSULTANT:


PEOPLE DON'T WORRY ABOUT DEBRIS
FALLING. YOU HAVE A BETTER CHANCE
GETTING HIT BY LIGHTENING.


But it's the toxic fuel on board that
may cause problems if it crashes into a


populated area.


Bad weather could delay the
operation-but because the Military is
keeping almost everything a secret, we
won't know it's over....until it's
over.


As for NASA it's already looking ahead
three weeks. Endeavour is on the pad
set to go.


Drew Levinson, CBS News, the Kennedy
Space Center.


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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com Among the astronauts returning..


Lynchburg native Leland Melvin.


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VO-NAT

*CG locator Cape Canaveral, FL


Shortly after landing the
Heritage High School product raved
about the 13 day mission--


He praised the partnership among


the international crew members and the
benefit it would have globally.


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INQ=IT'S JUST BEEN BREATHTAKING...

*CG 2line Leland Melvin

NASA Astronaut 13:55:30 "IT'S JUST BEEN
BREATHTAKING AND THE VIEW FROM UP THEIR
LOOKING DOWN AND JUST EVERYONE WORKING
TOGETHER AS ONE BIG TEAM ...IT'S A HUGE
BENEFIT FOR HUMAN KIND." 40


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OQ=FOR HUMAN KIND


VO-NAT VO-NAT


As one of the mission
specialists, Melvin helped to control
the robotic arm that guided the
research laboratory into position for
final installation.


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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com A survivor of the Virginia Tech
shootings says it is too easy to buy
guns.


Now she is promising to mark the
anniversary with a protest.


CHANNEL=A VO-NAT


VO-NAT Lily Habtu will be at one of at least


21 protests on April 16th.


Thirty two people at each protest
will wear maroon and orange ribbons and
lie on the ground for three minutes.


That is how long they claim it took
Seung Hi Cho to buy the guns he bought
for the murders.


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INQ=I am going to

*CG 2line Lily Habtu

Virginia Tech Shooting Survivor <<"I AM GOING TO GO THE DC PROTESTS ON
APRIL 16TH ON THE ANNIVERSARY. I
WANTED TO SHOW MY SUPPORT IN ANY WAY
FOR PROTEST EASY GUNS. ESPECIALLY
AFTER LAST WEEK. THERE WAS FOUR SCHOOL
SHOOTINGS IN JUST SIX DAYS. I WAS JUST
HORRIFIED."


>>


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OQ=I was just horrified.


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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com The American Red Cross
Montgomery Floyd Chapter honors heroes
every year.. and this year the
executive director says the New River
Valley has many heroes to choose from-


CHANNEL=C VO-NAT
VO-NAT

*CG locator Blacksburg

:00 That's because most hero nominees
center around the response to the April
16-th tragedy.


The selection committee, which is
made up of community leaders, will have
to pick heroes in five categories.


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INQ=ENTIRE ORGANIZATIONS

*CG 2line Margaret Sawyer-Cash

American Red Cross MARGARET SAWYER-CASH, AMERICAN RED :00 CROSS


13:33:50 ENTIRE ORGANIZATIONS HAVE BEEN
NOMINATED. INDIVIDUALS HAVE BEEN
NOMINATED AND THE HEROS HAVE COME FORTH
IN THE PROCESS...I DON'T KNOW HOW
THEY'RE GOING TO MAKE A DECISION.:08


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OQ=MAKE A DECISION


VO-NAT VO-NAT


The Heroes Breakfast is set for
March 20th at 7-30 a-m at Custom
Catering in Blacksburg.


For more information about
tickets and how to become a sponsor -
log onto our website - wdbj7 - dot-com.


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CAM Coming up next, some Virginia


lawmakers want to make sure criminals
from other countries don't come to live
here...


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VO-NAT

*CG tease Lawsuit Settled


Plus if you have a stove from Sears,
you'll want to stay tuned. The company
may owe you some money.


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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com Virginia State Police, working


with immigration officials, are
deporting more than 30- people from
Virginia.


It's the first phase of an effort
to deport people in Virginia illegally
who have committed sex crimes.


RICHMOND DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Jennifer DOUBLE BOXES


News 7's Capitol Correspondent
Jennifer Wishon joins us live from our
Richmond Newsroom to explain.


LIVE FULL=Jennifer LIVE FULL

*CG live Jennifer Wishon

jwishon@wdbj7.com Jean, police started by looking Richmond at the 14- thousand people on
Virginia's Sex Offender registry.


They found more than 500 of those
were born outside the United States....
many of them live here illegally.


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INQ=Search Virginia's sex offender

registry...

*CG 2line Bill Reid

ICE Special Agent

:32


*CG locator Richmond

:42



*CG 2line Bob McDonnell

VA Attorney General

:51


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<
OQ=BUT WHAT WE CAN DO IS WHAT WE CAN DO sex offenders living in Blacksburg.


(END SOT) In Clifton Forge there are six.


One offender in each locality
lived in Virginia illegally.


They've been arrested and will
soon be deported.


Statewide...


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36 convicted sex offenders here
illegally are being processed for
deportation.


135 are currently in jail and
will be deported after their sentence.


272 are under investigation.



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INQ=Among the sex offenders.... 58:08 BILL REID/ICE SPECIAL AGENT:


AMONG THE SEX OFFENDERS WE'VE ARRESTED
ON THE STREET ARE THOSE CONVICTED OF
RAPE, CARNAL KNOWLEDGE OF A MINOR,


SEXUAL BATTERY.


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OQ=sexual battery. It's called Operation Cold Play.


A partnership between Virginia
State Police and ICE officials aimed at
catching folks who come to Virginia
illegally and break state law.


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INQ=This is a great first step... 47:03 BOB McDONNELL: THIS IS A GREAT


FIRST STEP TO BE ABLE TO MAKE SURE
VIOLENT SEX OFFENDERS ARE GOING TO BE
TAKEN OUT OF OUR COMMUNITIES, TAKEN OUT
OF OUR CORRECTIONS FACILITIES AND SENT
BACK TO THEIR HOME OF RECORD.


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OQ=back to their home of record. In the future, the Attorney


General sees the partnership expanding
to other violent crimes.


In the meantime though he knows
there's no guarantee deported
individuals won't come back.


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INQ=Yes, I am worried that we... 1:02:57 BOB MCDONNELL: YES, I AM


WORRIED THAT WE MIGHT SEE SOME OF THESE
PEOPLE BACK, BUT WHAT WE CAN DO IS WHAT
WE CAN DO.


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OQ=what we can do is what we can do.


LIVE FULL=Jennifer LIVE FULL

*CG liveloc Richmond


Legislation moving through the
general assembly this session would
flag foreign born citizens as soon as
they're sent to jail so deportation
proceedings can begin when they're
released.


A second bill denies bond to
illegal immigrants .... supporters
argue they're a flight risk.


DOUBLE BOXES=Jean & Jennifer DOUBLE BOXES


Jean, those bills will become law
if Governor Kaine signs them...

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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com A federal trial is underway for a
Pennington Gap dentist--


Prosecutors say Roy Silas Shelburne
was motivated by profit.. living a
lavish lifestyle and performing shoddy
and unnecessary work on young,
low-income patients.


The defense contends Shelburne was


devoted to serving his low-income
clients even though Medicaid reimbursed
him much less than private insurers.
If convicted of racketeering and fraud,
Shelburne could face up to 120 years in
prison.

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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com Sears is offering to install safety
brackets on millions of stoves that are
said to be at risk of tipping over.


CHANNEL=B VO-NAT


VO-NAT It's part of a settlement in a class


action lawsuit..


Consumers who have already had a
safety bracket installed are eligible
to receive $100.


If they don't want the device,
consumers can also opt for a $50 gift
card to help pay


for a new, regularly priced stove from
Sears.


The deal covers Sears kitchen ranges
sold from mid-2000 through last


September 18th.


As many as 3.9 million homes are
thought to have them.


The safety bracket bolts the stove
either to the wall or the floor.


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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com What's the best way to help a child
learn to read?


At one elementary school they're
trying something different... body
movements.

Roll Healthcheck Animation Roll Healthcheck Animation


TWO SHOT=JEAN/Joy JOY & JEAN TWO SHOT


News 7's health reporter Joy Sutton
joins us to explain


Jean -- it's called action based
learning.


LIVE=Joy Full Joy FULL

*CG standup Joy Sutton

jsutton@wdbj7.com Elliston-Lafayatte (luh-FAYE-it)
... Elementary School started offering
it this fall.


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SOT FULL


INQ=Wait of the music

*CG locator Elliston

:00


*CG 2line Susan Miller

Radford University Professor

:24

*CG 2line Rachel Wallace

Reading Specialist

:55

*CG 2line Vance Garren

Elliston-Lafayette 1st Grader

1:10 Quick

*CG 2line Faith Tes

Elliston-Lafayette 1st Grader

1:19

*CG 2line Denise Boyle

Elliston-Lafayette Principal

1:36


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09:40:31 runs=03


WAIT FOR THE MUSIC TO START AND GO


(END SOT)


It seems more like a relay..than a


reading exercise. But Radford
University Professor Susan Miller says
there is research behind these
movements..especially those that
require the child to move across the
body. That's why she wanted to bring
action based learning to the school.


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09:17:20 runs=15


ONE OF THE MAIN STAYS DOING
CROSS-LATERAL IS SIMPLY DOING PATTY
CAKE CROSSING OVER AND HITTING. A LOT
OF CHILDREN WHO CAN'T READ WILL AIM FOR
HAND THAT IS STRAIGHT OUT INSTEAD OF
ACROSS 33 ONE OF THE FIRST INDICATORS
IS TO DO THAT


(END SOT)


It all has to do with how the brain
works. The premise is..as the student
improves on the exercises..their
reading will also get better.


That's already happening with
these first graders at
Elliston-Lafayette.


Their reading scores are up
significantly.


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09:29:09 runs=12


ONCE YOU'VE TRIED EVERYTHING YOU CAN


TRY AND NOTHING GETTING DOWN TO NITTY
GRITTY OF IT..AND THEN THIS COMES
ALONG. MAKES YOU FEEL REAL GOOD


(END SOT)


The students seem to enjoy it.


SOT FULL


09:56:26 runs=05


THAT YOU GET TO GET EXERCISE AND YOU
GET TO HAVE FUN


(END SOT)


Faith Tes says it's also helping her
in the classroom.


SOT FULL


09:59:51 runs=07


how does it help you when you go back
to the classroom CONCENTRATE..really
you can concentrate better YES


(END SOT)


The school hopes it will also pay
off for these students over next couple
of years..when they have take the
SOL's.


SOT FULL


09:23;15 runs=16


OUR HOPES FOR THIS PROGRAM IS THAT OUR
3RD GRADE LEARNERS WILL NOT STRUGGLE AS
HARD AS THEY ARE WITH SOL TESTING..AND
READING IN PARTICULAR IS HARDEST
STRUGGLE 23 WE'RE HOPING THAT WITH A


SOLID FOUNDATION COMING UP FROM
KINDERGARTEN TO 3RD GRADE THAT BY THE
TIME 3RD GRADE COMES AROUND WE'RE GOING
TO HAVE MORE FLUENT READERS


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TWO SHOT= JOY/JEAN TWO SHOT


Jean--


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Coming up today in Sports,


CHANNEL=A VO-NAT
VO-NAT

*CG tease Hometown Hoops


more teams are making the high school
basketball playoffs, but Mike Stevens
will tell us that is not necessarily a
good thing.


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<< Good evening, I'm meteorologist
Robin Reed in the SkyTracker7 Forecast
Center. It's an active pattern coming
up over the next couple days, as a wave
of low pressure systems traverse the
region. Light snow will continue in the
Highlands and Greenbrier through this
evening, where 2-4 inches of snow is


possible. Look for slightly lesser
amounts in Tazewell, Grayson and the
western mountains. Winds will begin to
diminish some overnight as well, with
lows in the 20s. Most of Thursday
looks cloudy but it gets a little
interesting late Thursday night.
Another low will usher in snow showers
around 11pm Thursday in the west, then
spread east during the night. While it
will begin as snow, look for a change
to freezing rain before tapering off
late Friday. Snow amounts look pretty
light, with most areas seeing less than
a quarter of an inch. Freezing rain
appears to be the main concern with a
light glaze possible. This would cause
some travel problems Friday. Nature
settles things down over the weekend.
We may have a brief period of wintry
mix early Saturday morning, with
increasing sun during the afternoon.
Sunday is warmer and drier. WEDNESDAY
NIGHT: Rain/snow shower. Winds
Diminish. Low: 24 THURSDAY: Clouds
with snow/sleet developing during the
evening. High: 36 THURSDAY NIGHT:
Light snow, changing to freezing rain.
Low: 28 For weather anytime turn to


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Still to come on the newscast,


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VO-NAT we'll see the shot that made a hero of


an eight year old basketball player.


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*CG standup Mike Stevens

mstevens@wdbj7.com High school district basketball
tournaments are well underway this week


from one end of the state to the other.
In past couple of years the
tournaments have gotten somewhat
watered down, with more than the normal
two teams advancing to regional play.


This year the desire to expand
the playoffs is comical.


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*CG locator Richmond

Last March

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*CG 2line Mike Goad

Coached James River in State in '07

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OQ=...make the cut." << The Virginia High School League is
(END SOT) once again poised to crown state


basketball champs in Richmond next
month at the VCU Seigel Center.
Another trip to the Richmond facility
where last year the parking was scarce
and the championship day seating was a
disaster is not on Triple A's most


recommended excursions.



This year the madness will be even more
spread out with the tournament
beginning on Tuesday and extending all
the way until late Saturday night.



The big reason for the extended stay in
the City of Monuments has to do with
the VHSL buying into the present day
philosophy that everyone needs a
trophy.



The year Group A schools in our area
have been split in half in two
divisions - making it possible for not
one but two state champs to emerge from
the schools in the Commonwealth that
have the smallest enrollments.



MIKE GOAD/JAMES RIVER HEAD COACH:



Region C - the predominant Group A
region in our area has taken the let
everybody be a playoff team whether
they earned it or not mantra a step
farther. All 12 teams in Region C
Division One are already invited to the
Regional tournament - no matter what


happens this week in their respective
district tournament. That means -
among other things - that three girls'
teams - Holston, Pocahontas and
Covington will be a step away from the
state tournament even though none of
three schools has won a single game
this year.



VHSL executive director Ken Tilley
knows more playoff games mean more
money - but you're kidding yourself if
you think it will help these smaller
schools win more titles. In basketball
- talent and not numbers are important.
You only need five players at a time -
and one of the state's best basketball
schools - Altavista - is still in the
smaller group in Region B. That is the
power region in the state - and even
with the split - schools there are
three times as big as the ones on the
western end of the state - meaning that
no matter how you slice it the same
teams are always going to make the cut.


>>


MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA


GRAPHIC=NEWS 7 SPORTS More hoops on your Hometown


Station tonight as Maryland hosts
Virginia Tech.


The top comes your way tonight at
9 o'clock.


Take care - Jean Jadhon will be
right back.

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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com Stock prices managed to post gains
despite reports on retail inflation and
housing starts that could have prompted
investors to sell.


Alexis Christoforous has the
details in today's Moneywatch.


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CBS Money Watch

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*CG standup Jean Jadhon

jjadhon@wdbj7.com Griffin Stevens is only eight years
old... but he's already made the shot
of his life.


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*CG locator Cleveland, OH


This past weekend, the Ohio third
grader made a three-pointer from near
half court--- about 30 feet from the


basket, with just seconds left in the
first quarter.


Griffin's dad is a T-V news
photographer, who caught the shot when
he stopped by to watch the game.


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GRAPHIC= Thanks for watching Your Hometown


Station. I'm Jean Jadhon, for Robin
Reed and Mike Stevens have a good
night. Join us for our News 7 at 6 in
just half an hour. Good night.


*CG 4101 *CG 4101 (wdbj7.com & Copyright)









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