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ANCHOR=Keith
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They're moving out of Justice House tonight.
A LIVE report from there coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX:
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And an unusual tribute on the site of a fatal traffic accident.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports head
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Tonight in sports, the Hokies are making plans for a tough trip to Morgantown.
The World Series resumes tonight in Cleveland.
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And troubled running back Barry Foster is back in the NFL signing with the Cincinnati Bengals.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
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A cold front is moving through the area. Very little precipitation but some cooler temperatures highlight the forecast.

Justice-House


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=spr
TAPE# 95-84
GRAPHIC=NONE


No electricity, no hot water and possibly no more Justice House.
Residents are packing up their possessions and moving out of the low- income apartment building. Double Box
Scott Prince is live at Justice House.
They knew the power would be cut off today, but now it turns out there were other problems today?
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(ROLLCUE: "...the Hayden family.")
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Double box
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Q&A
(Are all the residents planning to move out tonight?)


Cole-Blevins


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tal
TAPE# 95-76
GRAPHIC=court graphic


"When you're wired up on crank and your adrenaline is pumping, you just don't know how strong you are."
That's the excuse 19- year- old of Steven Wayne Cole of Hillsville allegedly gave police for pushing his girlfriend's toddler so hard it killed the boy.
Tracy Altizer has more from Cole's preliminary hearing on first degree murder charges.
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(( According to testimony, Bones Cole--as he's known--was high on crystal methamphetamine, or crank, and marijuana while babysitting his girlfriend's two young children on August 26th.
A Carroll County sheriff's investigator testified Cole admitted he pushed two year- old Joshua Blevins when he wouldn't go to bed.
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((RICK CLARK/CARROLL CO. SHERIFF'S INVESTIGATOR: AND HE PUSHED HIM AND HE HIT HIS HEAD. HE GOT UP AND HE COULDN'T WALK AND HE STAGGERED AND FELL AGAINST THE WALL AND HIT HIS HEAD AGAIN. THEN HE PICKED HIM UP AND STARTED UP THE STEPS WITH HIM AND HE STARTED THROWING UP AND HAVING TROUBLE BREATHING. ))
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Clark says Cole tried in vain to administer CPR when Josh stopped breathing.
But he never called for help, and when Blevins came home, told her the boy was sleeping.
Blevins' attorney argued she should not be charged with felony child neglect because she didn't know Cole was using drugs, and she wasn't present when Josh was injured.
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SOT 13:42:20

((DWIGHT COMPTON/BLEVINS' LAWYER: BUT AS FAR AS MS. BLEVINS KNEW, HER CHILD WAS SIMPLY ASLEEP IN HIS BED. ))
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But Blevins admittedly let almost 24 hours lapse without checking on her son, from the time she left for work on Saturday, until she found him dead in his bed between four and five o-clock Sunday afternoon. su 14:08:29The defense also argued Cole should not be charged with first degree murder because Joshua's death was not premeditated. But the prosecutor said high or not, Cole pushed Josh intentionally. The judge certified the charges against both defendants. It will now be up to the grand jury to decide whether the cases should proceed to trial. Tracy Altizer, News 7 Hillsville.))

Ax-folo


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=THA
TAPE# 95-89
GRAPHIC=NONE


Family and friends of two Danville children killed last week in a fatal car accident are turning their grief into determination.
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SUPER=03-Danville/Last Week;


12- year old Jami Earles and her 10- year old brother died last Thursday when the car they were in collided with a dump truck.
Norma Jean Daniel was at the wheel of the car but says she doesn't remember anything before the collision.
She was among the more than 60- people who attended a memorial service today at the scene of the accident.
Those who gathered at the intersection of Elizabeth Street and Route 265 also signed a petition.
They want something done about what they call a death trap.
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((TAMMY MUSTAIN/CHILDREN'S MOTHER: I'VE ALWAYS ASKED WHAT WOULD IT TAKE FOR THEM TO DO SOMETHING DOWN HERE, WOULD IT TAKE SOMEONE BEING KILLED, AND I NEVER DREAMED IN A MILLION YEARS THAT IT WOULD BE MY TWO BABIES. Q: DO YOU THINK YOUR LIFE WILL EVER BE THE SAME? NORMA JEAN DANIEL/DRIVER: NO, BECAUSE THEY WERE AT MY HOUSE EVERYDAY WHEN I CAME HOME, WHEN THEY GOT HOME FROM SCHOOL. I SEEN THEM EVERYDAY. ))
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The petition contains more than 100 signatures.
Family members say they plan to lobby lawmakers on a state and local level until something is done.
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Spangler


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE# 95-75
GRAPHIC=NONE


A used car dealer is being accused of food stamp fraud.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Joseph Spangler sold a couple of cars at his "Sport Motors" car lot on Melrose Avenue, allegedly accepting food stamps as partial payment.
The buyers were undercover federal agents.
Salesmen who were there this morning said Spangler was not around and they didn't know when he'd be back.
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


It's felony- -punishable by up to 25 years in prison and a huge fine- -to accept food stamps for anything other than groceries.
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ANCHOR=Keith
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Ahead on News-7, an ethics committee investigates Newt Gingrich and his book deal which may have been sweetened thanks to Liberty University,
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and a Virginia husband and wife are hoping their cardboard invention will be a real baby BOON.
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Gingrich-Books


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=ssm
TAPE# 95-87
GRAPHIC=Gingrich


The same book deals that led to the downfall of former House Speaker Jim Wright are now plaguing current Speaker Newt Gingrich.
A House Ethics committee is looking into bulk sales of Gingrich's book "To Renew America" for possible conflict of interest problems.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg/October 9;


Five conservative groups, including Liberty University, bought large quantities of the book in recent months.
Gingrich spoke at Liberty two weeks ago, and autographed 100 copies of "To Renew America" while he was there.
Reverend Jerry Falwell says the books were handed out as gifts to board members and friends of the school.
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ANCHOR=Jean
SS=HOLD


Gingrich says all of the purchases are perfectly legal.
In 1989, he helped force Jim Wright out of office after it was discovered Wright was using bulk sales of his book to skirt limits on speaking fees.

Franklin-Fire


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE# 95-74
GRAPHIC=Fire


Fire destroyed a house in Franklin County this afternoon.
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VO-NAT
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No one was home when the blaze broke out at the house-- located just off Route 40 in Ferrum.
Firefighters called it a total loss.
They say the house was fully involved when they arrived-- so it had a large head start.
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((ROGER WOODS/FERRUM FIRE CHIEF: AFTER THE ROOF COLLAPSED, THE WIND WAS PUSHING IT INTO THE OTHER UNBURNT PART OF THE HOUSE-- SO THAT HAMPERED OUR EFFORTS, AS WELL. ))
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Woods says some highway department workers spotted the blaze.
Fire officials still don't know its cause.
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Children-Violence


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=cst
TAPE# 95-83
GRAPHIC=Children's Health


Children need to get a little credit for the things they do right-- according to Roanoke City's Superintendent of Schools.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke; :


Wayne Harris was on the panel of today's 44th Annual Parent-Teacher Seminar.
The topic: "Children and Violence."
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Harris says unfortunately, children are exposed early on to the evils of the world-- in their communities, and on television.
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((WAYNE HARRIS/ROANOKE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: MONITOR WHAT YOUR CHILDREN WATCH ON TV. WATCH WITH THEM SO THAT EVEN IF IT'S A CONTROVERSIAL PROGRAM OR TOPIC YOU CAN HAVE FAMILY DIALOGUE ABOUT THE MEANING OF WHAT WENT ON. IT IS CRITICAL THAT WE SPEND MORE TIME WITH OUR CHILDREN SO THAT WE HELP THEM DECIPHER THE GOOD FROM THE BAD. ))
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Harris calls for parents to be more active in the school system, as well-- by visiting schools, and lending a hand.
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Teen-Workers


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#95-73
GRAPHIC=none


Teenagers lending a hand are an important part of the work force, especially on the retail end.
But they often have special needs compared to the average nine-to-five employee.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Today the Roanoke County Public School system held a workshop to help teenagers and employers gain a better understanding of each other.
A number of companies joined about 100 students from the county's marketing education classes for some roundtable discussions.
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((CATHI JETT/STUDENT: IT'S VERY ENJOYABLE. WE'RE LEARNING A LOT ABOUT HOW TO DEAL WITH OUR EMPLOYERS AND A LOT ABOUT HOW THEY DEAL WITH US. AND LEARNING A LOT ABOUT JUST DEALING WITH WORKERS.))
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Among the local businesses participating in the workshop: M-C-I, The Sunnybrook Inn Restaurant, and the Mill Mountain Theater.

Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=agi
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A plus for the stock market today thanks to a strong bond market and positive earnings reports.
The DOW surged 46 points during the day, before closing at 47- hundred- 83, a net gain of 28 points.
Nasdaq posted a two point gain.
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Sierra-Club


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 95-77
GRAPHIC=Warner


The Sierra Club says Senator John Warner is ducking his responsibility to Virginia ducks.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-Sierra Club;


The group is running ads urging Warner to vote to pull oil drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from the federal budget bill.
The Club says Virginians should be crying foul for their own waterfowl.
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((THE ARCTIC REFUGE IS A NESTING AND STAGING AREA FOR A NUMBER OF OTHER WATERFOWL THAT WE FIND AROUND THE CHESAPEAKE BAY FOR INSTANCE. TUNDRA SWANS, BRANTS, OLD SQUAWS.))
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VO-NAT
SUPER=@FILE;


The Sierra Club points out that Warner has received over 78- thousand dollars in oil- related campaign contributions since 1989.
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SS=Warner


A Warner spokesman says the Senator wants America to be less reliant on foreign sources of oil.
And, he says, to suggest that there's a correlation between PAC money and Warner's vote is "absurd."
The spokesman said Warner actually voted in 1980 to double the size of the refuge.

Gilmore


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 95-82
GRAPHIC=Gilmore


State Republicans hope the November elections will give them control of the General Assembly.
And today, Attorney General Jim Gilmore said legislation to combat domestic violence and reform the juvenile justice system hangs in the balance.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


Gilmore attended a fundraiser this afternoon for Republican house candidates Jeff Artis and Newell Falkinburg.
He said he is confident republicans will take control of the Senate and he is optimistic they will prevail in the House of Delegates as well.
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((JIM GILMORE/VA. ATTORNEY GENERAL: WE HAVE WORKED VERY HARD TO MAKE VIRGINIA SAFE. WE HAVE MUCH MORE TO DO ON ISSUES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FOR THE WOMEN OF VIRGINIA, ON JUVENILE JUSTICE REFORM SO THAT WE CAN PROTECT THE COMMUNITY. WE CANNOT MOVE THE STATE FORWARD IN A PROGRESSIVE WAY UNLESS WE WIN THIS ELECTION.))
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ANCHOR=Keith
SS=NONE


Meanwhile, a spokesman for the state democratic party says the attorney general is distorting the truth.
Gail Nardi says DEMOCRATS have led the effort to reform the juvenile justice system, and protect families from domestic violence.

Infant-Shade


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE# 95-90
GRAPHIC=Infant Shade


A Virginia husband and wife think they may hit the jackpot with a new invention they've just begun selling.
It's a new kind of car shade for babies.
Len Besthoff sheds a little light on the subject.
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(( This is the Infant Shade, the brainchild, so to speak, of Margo and Michael Garrand from Stephens City, Virginia.
This relatively simple invention keeps a baby from exposure to the sun any direction and any angle...of course it wasn't sunny when we shot the story, but, you get the idea.
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((MARGO GARRAND/INVENTOR: IT KEEPS THE BABY OUT OF THE SUN BOTH INSIDE THE CAR AND OUTSIDE THE CAR. ))
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The Garrands were in Roanoke to put their product in a local baby store, and as soon as the owners saw it, they were sold.
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((ANNE WILLIS/BABIES AND CHILDREN OWNER: OH YES, WE DEFINITELY THINK IT'S A WINNER. ))
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Margo Garrand came up with the idea four years ago when she was trying to find a way to shield HER baby from the sun...she used a cardboard box that her new washing machine came in.
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((MARGO GARRAND: I JUST TOOK A KNIFE AND STARTED CUTTING AND I MADE A SHADE OUT OF THAT CARDBOARD BOX FROM THE WASHING MACHINE.))
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((So here's the big question, you have an idea that you think is going to work, but then how do you get it to market without the idea getting stolen and not knowing if the idea's going to work? The Garrands decided just to go for it.))
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IN Q=We kinda

((MICHAEL GARRAND/INVENTOR: WE KINDA PROTECTED IT, AS BEST WE COULD, WE DIDN'T PUBLICIZE IT MUCH IN THE BEGINNING. WE KINDA WENT ON FAITH. UNTIL THE POINT WHERE WE STARTED GOING THROUGH THE PATENT PROCESS.))
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Since the spring, the couple has sold 300 of these Infant Shades, which go for about five bucks a pop.
They admit the product won't make them an instant fortune, but hey, it's their baby.
Len Besthoff, News-7.))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
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Coming up tonight in sports, Barry Foster and Lawrence Phillips are back on the practice field.
The Hokies are geared up for the Mountaineers.
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And the world series resumes tonight in Cleveland with the Indians trying to get back on track trailing the Braves two games to none.
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S-Series


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-22
GRAPHIC=WORLD SERIES


The World Series resumes tonight with the Braves trying to take a three games to none advantage on the Tribe, and the Indians hoping to rediscover their hitting stroke.
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SUPER=03-Cleveland, OH; :00

Cleveland hitting instructor Charlie Manuel worked his players last night at Jacobs field trying to jump start their bats, that have only produced 8 hits in two games.
John Smoltz has the honor of silencing them tonight, but he know that won't be so easy.
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((JOHN SMOLTZ/BRAVES STARTER TONIGHT:)) ((CHARLES NAGY/INDIANS STARTER TONIGHT:))
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S-Foster


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-21
GRAPHIC=BENGALS


In the NFL, the Cincinnati Bengals have signed former Pro Bowl running back Barry Foster, who fell out of favor with the Panthers earlier this year.
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SUPER=03-Spartanburg, SC/July;


Foster was supposed to be the marquee player in the Panthers offense this season, but he stayed hurt and out of shape in the preseason.
The Bengals believe the 26 year old Foster is still in his prime and is capable of rushing for over thousand yards as he did three years ago with the Steelers.
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S-Nebraska


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#s5-20
GRAPHIC=nebraska


Nebraska star tailback Lawrence Phillips, a Heisman trophy candidate before the start of this season, has rejoined his teammates after a tumultuous two months.
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SUPER=04-NCAA; :00

Phillips is scheduled to be sentenced December 1st in Lancaster County Court after pleading no contest to third degree assault charges.
Phillips was arrested on September 10th after he allegedly hit his ex-girlfriend.
Phillips has rejoined the team but he will not play this Saturday against Colorado.
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S-TECH


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#TF95-1
GRAPHIC=Tech football


The Big East rivalry between Virginia Tech and West Virginia shifts to Morgantown this year.
And Roy Stanley says this years game may be more important than any in the past because of the Big East Standings.
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((Tech's 45 to 17 win over Rutgers last Saturday gives the Hokies a 3 and 1 record and second place in the Big East Conference.
That makes the trip to West Virginia even more important because the Mountaineers are in third place at 2 and 1.
Last year in Blacksburg the Hokies dominated the game winning 34 to 16. And while the Hokies are on a 5 game winning streak West Virginia is coming off a 22 to nothing loss at Syracuse.)) ((FRANK BEAMER/TECH HEAD COACH: )) ((Saturday's game will be the 41-st meeting between Tech and West Virginia and both teams rank high in Big East statistics.
Tech held the Mountaineers without a touchdown last season at Lane Stadium. And this year the Hokies and Mountaineers are second and third respectively in the leagues current total offensive standings.)) ((JIM DRUCKENMILLER/TECH QUARTERBACK: )) ((PIERSON PRIOLEAU/TECH CORNERBACK: )) ((ROY STANDUP: ))
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S-Rugby


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S5-23
GRAPHIC=Ruby


The Roanoke Rugby Football Club is once again hosting the Virginia State Rugby Championship Tournament this weekend at Green Hill Park.
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Roanoke County Parks and Recreation workers were out preparing the field today. Tournament organizers are expecting around 5 thousand participants and spectators to attend the two day event.
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Last Year;


Action begins Saturday morning and concludes Sunday with the championship.
The tournament; known as the Ed and Sandy Lee Cup, will resemble last years competition with mens and womens divisions from both the senior and collegiate ranks.
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((JOHNNY MCLEAN/VA. RUGBY UNION PRESIDENT:))
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