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Up next on News 7 at eleven-
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Will 20 thousand U-S troops go to Bosnia- We'll have the latest from Washington now that a peace plan is in place.
Plus reaction from Bosnian students who live in Roanoke.
And we'll hear from the doctor who performed the autopsy on Olympic Gold Medalist Sergae Grinkov.
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Plus the holiday forecast. News 7 is next.

Newsbreak


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Good evening.
Bosnia's leaders have agreed to a peace plan-
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President Clinton wants U-S troops to enforce it.
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((THEY WILL HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO MEET ANY THREAT TO THEIR SAFETY OR ANY VIOLATION OF THE PEACE AGREEMENT.))
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We'll have reaction from Bosnian students who live here in Roanoke.
They're thankful to hear good news about their homeland.
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And an autopsy confirms Olympic gold medalist Sergei Grinkov suffered severe heart disease and died from a heart attack.
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Join us for News 7 at eleven.

Bosnia


ANCHOR=Jean
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Celebrations are on in Sarajevo tonight- the Bosnian War could be nearing an end.
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Balkan leaders reached a peace agreement today in Ohio- initialing the plan late this afternoon.
It calls for a Bosnian Croatian SUPER=03-Sarajevo;

Federation and a Bosnian Serb Republic with fair distribution of land.
The capital city of Sarajevo will remain united.
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US-Troops


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
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TAPE#Net
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Now that a plan is in place- President Clinton must convince Americans why 20 thousand U-S troops should go to Bosnia.
As Regina Blakely reports the troops would be sent to a bitterly contested region.
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((Saying American values are at stake in keeping the peace in Bosnia and that there is a clear, limited and achievable mission, President Clinton began making his case for the participation of 20,000 American troops in a NATO peacekeeping force. PRESIDENT CLINTON: THE NATO MILITARY MISSION WILL BE CLEAR AND LIMITED. OUR TROOPS WILL TAKE ORDERS ONLY FROM THE AMERICAN GENERAL WHO COMMANDS NATO. THEY WILL HAVE AUTHORITY TO MEET ANY THREAT TO THEIR SAFETY.

But the President faces a skeptical Congress and American public..
SEN. BOB DOLE/R-KS: HE MUST DEMOSTRATE THAT THERE IS A NATIONAL INTEREST.. INVOVLING 20,000 AMERICAN TROOPS WITH AMERICAN'S SO FAR AWAY, WHERE ARE AMERICANS GOING TO LOCATED? WHAT ARE THE DANGERS TO AMERICAN FORCES?

The dangers would be high. While plans are to have an overwhelming force and U.S. troops have been training and Americans have been part of survey teams, Bosnia is a territory full of land mines.. snipers and mercenaries.. and it will be winter.

A 1500 Member force to set up an infrastructure will be deployed almost inmmediately.. troops would move in within 72 hours after a peace agreement is signed U.S. troops would patrol the bitterly contested Northeast Region based in Tuzla. REGINA BLAKELY/WHITE HOUSE: PROMISING THERE WILL NO COMPLETE DEPLOYMENT UNTIL LAWMAKERS HAVE BEEN HEARD. THE PRESIDENT MAINTAINS HE REMAINS THE ULTIMATE DECISION MAKER AS COMMANDER IN CHIEF. THE WHITE HOUSE ALSO SAYS THE PRESIDENT CLINTON WILL TAKE HIS CASE DIRECTLY TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. RB, CBS NEWS, AT THE WHITE HOUSE.))

Students


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NEWSCAST=11 p.m.
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TAPE#95-95
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The peace agreement came as a welcome surprise to Bosnian students staying here in the Roanoke Valley.
They say they're greeting the news with a mixture of joy, fear and a little skepticism.
Kimberly McBroom has more.
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(( The War in Bosnia may be coming to an end.
But it's more than just a current events topic for these students-- who heard the news when they came home from school.
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((MIRHA/ SHE TOLD ME...BECAUSE I WAS SO HAPPY))
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An end to the war gives them hope of going home someday.
And speaking over the phone to overjoyed family members made it seem possible.
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((VEDRANA : IT'S SNOW OUTSIDE....HANDS OF EACH OTHER.))
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((ZEHRA: THE BIG THING IS...MY FAMILY IS MORE SAFE NOW.))
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Even after the war, the students say it'll take years for their country to completely recover and get back to normal.
And history has shown that peacetime hasn't always meant an end to fighting.
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((AJLA: A LOT OF TIMES...IN PEACETIME KILLED. ))
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((HARIS: THEY REACHED IT ON PAPER...IT'S HAPPENING REAL. ))
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But at least for now, they're very happy to hear that at least, the peace process is getting started.
And all of them say peace in their country is what they'll all be giving thanks for this holiday.
Kimberly Mcbroom News 7))

Fatal-fire


ANCHOR=Jean
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One person is confirmed dead following a house fire on Rutherford Avenue in Roanoke tonight.
The blaze occured shortly after ten tonight.
Fire Officials are not sure of the cause of the fire, but believe it started in the second floor of the home.
The deceased woman was the only person in the house at the time.
Her name is not being released pending notification of family.

Ward


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One of the brothers suspected in a Henry County murder last month has turned himself in.
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18- year- old Harden Ward surrendered to police this morning in Prince George's County, Maryland.
Meanwhile, his brother, 24- year- old Michael Ward is still at large.
Both are suspects in the fatal shooting of 25- year- old Orbin Smith.
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The two brothers are also wanted for their alleged roles in five armed robberies in Henry County.

Smart-Highway


ANCHOR=Jean
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TAPE#95-89
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The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors voted not to rezone land for the so-called smart highway last night.
As Tracy Altizer reports that may have jeopardized the county's industrial development.
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SUPER=01-Laura Bullock/VA Dept. of Transportation; :21
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((The land in question consists of 140 agricultural and forest acres in the Ellett Valley.
Between 1989 and 1993, supervisors passed seven resolutions SUPPORTING the smart highway with the knowledge that that land would have to be rezoned.
Based on that support the transportation department spent over two million dollars planning the road.
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((LAURA BULLOCK/VDOT: WHERE THE SMART ROAD GOES FROM HERE IS A MATTER OF SPECULATION. OUR ATTORNEYS WILL NEED TO LOOK AT THE DECISION THE BOARD HAS MADE AND THERE ARE ANY NUMBER OF DIRECTIONS WE MIGHT TAKE. BUT FIRST WE NEED TO DECIDE IF WE'RE GOING TO PROCEED WITH THE PROJECT. ))
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If the project dies, relief for congestion on route 460 between Blacksburg and Christiansburg may be delayed.
The I-81 interchange for a new bypass called 3-A would have to be redesigned to handle the extra traffic that would've used the smart road.
That could hurt prospects for the county's new Falling Branch Industrial Park, whose main attraction is its interstate access.
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((LARRY LINKOUS/MONTGOMERY SUPERVISORS CHAIRMAN: IT MAY NOT DELAY ANYTHING OF THE REST OF 3-A, BUT WILL DELAY THAT INTERSECTION, WHICH IS VERY IMPORTANT TO US AS THE COUNTY AND TO THE TAXPAYERS OF THIS COUNTY TO GET SOME INDUSTRIES INTO FALLING BRANCH AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. ))
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Death of the smart road could also cost the region research and related dollars over the next 20 years.
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((RAY PETHTEL/ CENTER FOR TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH: AND THE ECONOMIC SPINOFF COULD EXCEED 300 MILLION DOLLARS OVER THAT PERIOD OF TIME. ))
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SU VDOT could go to court. But state transportation secretary Robert Martinez says he's reluctant to pursue a road the local government doesn't support.
He says he'll probably first try to convince the opposing board members of the project's merits. Tracy Altizer, News 7.))
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Still to come on the broadcast, social workers in central Virginia give welfare reform its first report card,
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Plus an autopsy reveals the cause of death for Olympic gold medalist Sergei Grinkov.
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Skater


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An autopsy shows Olympic Gold Medal Figure Skater Sergei Grinkov suffered from severe heart disease and died of a heart attack.
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The 28 year old was practicing yesterday with his wife Ekatarina Gordeeva when he collapsed on the ice and died.
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((DR. FRANCIS VARGA: MANY TIMES IN YOUNG PEOPLE THE FIRST SIGN OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IS SUDDEN DEATH WHICH IT WAS IN THIS CASE.))
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The Doctor said Grinkov's heart was enlarged from high blood pressure and the blood vessels supporting it were narrow so when he exerted himself- the problem became critical.
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((I WOULD SUSPECT HE HAD THE PROBLEM PRIOR TO THE TIME WHEN HE WENT ON THE ICE AND IT WAS SILENT EITHER THAT OR ATHLETES ARE VERY TOUGH. THEY COVER THINGS UP. MEN ARE ALSO TOUGH THEY DON'T LIKE TO COMPLAIN ABOUT THEIR PAIN AND THAT'S A PROBLEM.))
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Varga says even if you're an athlete and eat healthy, you are not immune to heart problems that you're born with or that are hereditary.
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Teen-Pregnancy


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Teen pregnancy continues to be an alarming problem in Southwest Virginia. But SOME community leaders think it's a problem that can be solved.
According to the latest stats, Roanoke ranks third in the state when it comes to the percentage of pregnant teens.
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This morning, members of the Task Force on Teen Pregnancy held a news conference at the Jefferson Center.
They say now is the time to take action.
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((TED FEINOUR/TASK FORCE ON TEEN PREGNANCY: WE REALLY FEEL THAT IF WE CAN COME UP WITH FUNDING SOURCES AND IF WE CAN COME UP WITH PROGRAMS THAT WILL LESSON THE RATE AND REALLY CONTINUE TO DROP THE RATE THAT WE WILL MAKE GREAT STRIDES. ))
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The task force was formed a year and a half ago to combat teen pregnancy.
Now it's asking for the community's help.
The group will sponsor a town meeting next week at the Roanoke Civic Center.
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Welfare-Reform


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#95-88
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It's still in the early stages, but welfare reform seems to be taking hold in central Virginia.
Social workers credit the people in the community who want to help, and recipients who want to work.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( It has been Sharon Swedlow's daunting task to try and implement welfare reform in the city of Lynchburg.
But she says getting able- bodied recipients to find work and take more responsibility for their children is not mission impossible.
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((SHARON SWEDLOW/WELFARE REFORM COORDINATOR: I KNOW I CAN'T DO AND I KNOW OUR AGENCY CANNOT DO WELFARE REFORM ALONE. AND THAT'S BEEN SOMETHING THAT WE'VE KNOW FROM THE VERY BEGINNING THAT WE NEED HELP AND WE'RE GOING TO NEED COMMUNITY AND ALSO AGENCY SUPPORT.))
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And that support has been there.
Swedlow says area churches, community groups and non- profit agencies have come forward to see what they can do to help.
And despite what the public might think, welfare recipients themselves have been willing to actively seek employment.
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((SWEDLOW: I SEE THEM BECOMING MORE AWARE OF THAT AND I THINK A LOT OF OUR CLIENTS HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO WORK, THEY'VE ALWAYS TALKED ABOUT WANTING TO WORK AND I THINK THIS PROGRAM WILL HELP THEM BECAUSE IT WILL GIVE THEM INCENTIVES TO WORK.))
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((JEAN EBERHARDT/EMPLOYMENT SERVICES: THIS IS A GRADUAL THING, IT'S NOT LIKE A BOLT OF LIGHTNING STRIKING OUT OF THE BLUE, WHICH GIVES US AS WORKERS TIME TO WORK OUT THE KINKS AS WE GO ALONG.))
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((And that's what most area social workers say, is that it will take time before they know just how successful welfare reform is. The real test comes in January, when the first round of recipients will be faced with a deadline of finding their own job. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
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Eanes


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NEWSCAST=eleven
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TAPE#95-100
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Jim Eanes played with some of the biggest names in bluegrass.
And with a career that began in western Virginia, he made a name for himself around the world.
Eanes died this morning at the age of 71.
Tonight, Joe Dashiell takes a look at his career.
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((Smilin' Jim Eanes slowed his pace in recent years, but health problems couldn't keep him from the stage.
In September, 1992 he joined the band Lost and Found at the Roanoke Civic Center Auditorium... NAT SOUND FROM ROANOKE CONCERT 23:21:52
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((THE WAY YOU ARE JUST SUITS ME TO A T.))
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Eanes career spanned more than 50 years. He was an original member of Flatt & Scruggs Foggy Mountain Boys... and he played guitar with Bill Monroe before organizing his own band.
A member of the Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame, Eanes wrote more than 450 songs, and recorded half that many.
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((HE WAS BILLED AS SMILIN JIM AND THAT WAS NOT AN ARTIFICE. THAT WAS THE MAN. AND THE THING ABOUT JIM, WHEN YOU WERE JIM EANES' FRIEND YOU WERE HIS EQUAL. PERHAPS HE WOULD HAVE BEEN AN EVEN GREATER STAR IF HE HAD CHOSEN TO ACT LIKE ONE, BUT THAT WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN JIM.))
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Friends say Eanes was as versatile as he was talented, and holds a unique place in the history of country and bluegrass music. NAT SOUND 04:52:44
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Joe Dashiell News 7))
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Still to come on news 7,
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we'll meet the creator of "Silly Billy," as he visits the Valley to encourage children to read.
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Thomasville


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#95-87
GRAPHIC=NONE


Three central Virginia plants are part of a multi-million-dollar deal in the furniture industry.
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Interco Incorporated will buy the Thomasville Furniture division of Armstrong World Industries.
The sale includes three Thomasville plants in our area- in Appomattox, Brookneal, and Fluvanna County.
Interco says the deal will NOT impact any of the 16-hundred employees.
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Interco also owns Lane Furniture.
Lane has facilities in AL-tavista and Franklin County.

First-Fridays


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=rjo
TAPE#595-31
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One fund raising organization in Roanoke says they are stepping in where the government left off.
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First Fridays is a non-profit organization.
It raises money by holding social events on the first Friday of every month in Downtown Roanoke.
Today it donated more than 60-thousand dollars to local charities.
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((LISA DOWNIE/FIRST FRIDAY'S PRESIDENT: WELL, WITH A LOT OF THE CUT BACKS, GOVERNMENT CUT BACKS, WITH A LOT OF CHARITIES THEY'RE LOOKING FOR OTHER WAYS TO GET FUNDING AND THIS S A WAY WE CAN GIVE MONEY TO CHARITIES IN ROANOKE. ALL THE MONEY HAS TO STAY IN ROANOKE. THAT'S THE CRITERIA.))
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First Fridays donated money to more than a dozen organizations.
Over the past seven years they have raised more than a quarter of a million dollars for charity.
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S-Score


ANCHOR=Mike
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WRITER=Mike
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Tonight in sports, we'll head to Floyd and Daleville and check in on tonight's state quarterfinal girl's basketball action.
Former Virginia Lancers boss Dave Allison lands an NHL job.
And Robert Hull makes the top 10.
All that and more after the scores.
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S-Floyd


ANCHOR=mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=twe
TAPE#-S5-26
GRAPHIC=Girls hoops


The Floyd County Lady Buffaloes opened defense of their state title last night as they hoped to continue their dominance of the single-A ranks in a quarterfinal matchup with Honaker up in Floyd.
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Alan Cantrell's club has become a fixture in the state playoffs and last night they showed why.
The Buffs jumped on top early and buried the Lady Tigers. Sara Conner knocks down the jumper on the baseline for 2 of her 19 points on the night.
Then Melissa Cantrell finds Jill Quesenberry cutting down the lane and Floyd led by 10 after a quarter.
The visitors from far Southwest Virginia tried to stay in it. Misty Davis finds Jody Compton on the break and she lays it in.
But Floyd was too much in this one. Off the turnover, Melissa Cantrell takes it to the hole. She gets the hoop and the harm for two of her 28. Floyd
led by 22 at SUPER=33-Honaker/=66/Floyd Co./=97/;

the half and they coast to the 97-66 win.
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ANCHOR=Mike


The Lady Buffs will next meet George Mason Friday December first at 3:30 at the Salem Civic Center in the quarterfinals. Mason beat Essex 80-to-33 last night.

S-Botetourt


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=GIRL-94
GRAPHIC=Girls Hoops


Lord Botetourt played host to Blacksburg in the Group 2A state quarterfinals and the Lady Cavaliers prevailed 72-56 to advance to the state semi finals for the first time in school history!
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SUPER=03-Daleville/Lady Indians vs. Lady Cavaliers; :00


David Wheat's Region III champs have now won 24 games this season; a new school record.
Mickey McGuigan's Region 4 runner ups would give Botetourt a run for it's money.
The Lady cavs banked on Sara Hicks. The junior scored a game high 32 points including this blue collar bucket inside.
Then, Katrina Elliott...passes to Hicks...to Sara Moore for the baseline basket. Botetourt led 21-5 after one and at this point in the second it was 34-18.
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April Rogers led the Blacksburg charge with 18 points. Here she makes the steal and converts with the hoop.
The Lady Indians cut it to 12, 64-52 with about three minutes to play on Natalie Mutispaugh's trey. But Lord Botetourt wins. The Cavs will play Culpeper December 1st at the Salem Civic Center at 8:30 in the state semi finals
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=Girls hoops


In the other local Group 2A quarterfinal; William Byrd defeated Grundy 53 to 43 behind cathy Smith's 23 points. The Lady Terriers will next play Park View Sterling December 1st at 7pm. Park View needed three overtimes to beat York last night.

S-Express


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#ICE-95
GRAPHIC=EXPRESS/HAMPTON


The Roanoke Express left Roanoke for Norfolk yesterday afternoon after a quick practice at the Roundhouse.
Roanoke plays the Hampton Roads at the Scope tonight and then again at the Roanoke Civic Center on Thanksgiving night.
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S-ALLISON


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11PM
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=ALLISON


An East coast hockey league alumnus has landed a head coaching job in the NHL.
Dave Allison who coached the Virginia Lancers and the Richmond Renegades was named the new head coach of the Ottawa Senators yesterday.
He replaces Rick Bowness who was fired yesterday.
The 36 year old Allison has coached the Senators farm team in Prince Edward Island since 1994, taking the team to an American Hockey League divisional championship last season.

S-Hull


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#fb95-3
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The 1995 Division Three player of the year will be announced in conjunction with the Stagg Bowl at a noon luncheon on December 7th at the Salem Civic Center.
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and Robert Hull, this year's ODAC player of the year has been named one of the 10 finalists for that coveted Gagliardi award.
Hull, who also played on Lexington';s 1988 state championship team, has 31 career quarterback sacks in his college career.
He had 94 tackles and 14 sacks this season alone.
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Last year Cary Bender walked away with the Gagliardi trophy.
And in 1993, Mount Union quarterback Jim Ballard who was drafted by the Dolphins and later traded to the Bengals, was the recipient.
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Sports Tease


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Still to come tonight

S-ACC


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#st5-16
GRAPHIC=virginia football


Former Cave Spring Knights Tiki and Ronde Barber lead a parade of 6 Cavaliers on the first team all-ACC squads.
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SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Saturday; :00


The UVa starters were each named to the All-ACC first team all conference squad by the associated press today.
Tiki was the second leading vote getter on the offense, trailing only Florida State's Warrick Dunn.
Ronde lands on the first team all-conference squad for the second straight season, earning his honors from his defensive cornerback position. Ronde would probably be the first to tell you he is a little surprised by the honor considering the criticism he's endured this year. Joining Tiki and Ronde as first team selections are
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Offensive tackle Jason Augustino, Punter Will Brice, Place Kicker, Rafael Garcia and defensive back Percy Ellsworth.

S-White


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S5-24
GRAPHIC=YANKEES


The Yankees will have to get along without captain Don Mattingly next season.
The team captain he plans to stay away from baseball next year and then make a decision on permanent retirement from the game.
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Elsewhere, Devon White became one of the first free agents to jon a new team this offseason.
White leaves Toronto for the Florida Marlins and a new 3 year 10 million dollar contract.
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S-Tyson


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NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=Mike
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It looks like the Mike Tyson fight with Buster Mathis will take place afterall.
The fight has been moved from Las Vegas and rescheduled for December 16th in Atlantic City.
Donald Trump plans to co-promote the fight with Don King.

Lewis


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After witnessing the L-A riots three years ago, Bill Dallas Lewis quit his sales job so he could make a positive contribution to society.
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Four years later Lewis is a successful writer of children's books.
He has produced the "Silly Billy" series for kids.
The stories emphasize a love of learning, harmony, and respect for differences.
Lewis tours the country to talk with students, speaking in an animated style.
He encourages kids to read and use computers as often as possible.
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((BILL DALLAS LEWIS/CHILDREN'S AUTHOR: IT'S JUST WONDERFUL, BUT WE HAVE TO TAKE AWAY THAT FEAR THAT WE HAVE, OF FLIPPING THE SWITCH AND LEARNING HOW THEY WORK.))
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Lewis visits about 80 schools a year.
The author was brought to Roanoke through First Union's Partners in (-------------) Education program.