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Up next on News 7 at eleven-
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He admitted to embezzling 24 thousand dollars but this man won't go to jail. We'll have the story.
A sinkhole swallows a school bus in Brooklyn.
Plus one lawmakers wants new moms to stay in the hospital longer after delivery.
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Plus Robin with the forecast.
News 7 is next.

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Good evening.
North Cross school suffered a great loss.
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Student athlete Grayson Hooper suffered a fatal heart attack after stopping to rest at practice yesterday..
Counselors were called in to help students and faculty deal with their grief.
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A school bus in Brooklyn fell into a sink hole today.
It's believed a water main broke causing the 20 by 25 foot hole.
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And there is more evidence that your diet can help prevent illness.
A new report says bran and calcium help prevent colorectal cancer.
Join us for News 7 at eleven.

Lautenschlager


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A former Salem City Councilman is relieved- He's not going to jail for embezzling twenty-four thousand dollars.
Gary Lautenschlager admitted to taking the money from the Salem Rescue Squad.
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In court this morning he received a ten year suspended sentence and twenty years probation.
Lautenschlager testified that he took the funds to pay off credit card debts.
His attorney says justice was done.
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((JACK GREGORY/LAUTENSCHLAGER'S ATTORNEY: HE DID NOT GET AWAY WITH IT. HE'S BEEN CONVICTED OF A FELONY, HE'S LOST THREE JOBS, HE HAS CERTAINLY SUFFERED THE LOST OF REPUTATION IN THE COMMUNITY. HE SUFFERED MORE SO THAN ANY OTHER DEFENDANT I CAN THINK OF PRIOR TO COMING IN FOR SENTENCING.))
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Lautenschlager was also sentenced to 300 hours community service.
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But it doesn't end there-- now Salem Rescue Squad officials say they have initiated ANOTHER investigation concerning other accounting irregularities.

North-Cross


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Students and staff at Roanoke County's North Cross School are still trying to get past the shock-- after a star athlete there died of an apparent heart attack yesterday.
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18 year old Grayson Hooper-- Number 71-- was Captain of the Football Team.
During wrestling practice yesterday, he told his coach he felt ill
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after a short work-out on the track.
After resting about 45 minutes, his heart stopped beating.
He couldn't be revived despite several attempts at C.P.R.
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((HUGH MEAGHER/NORTH CROSS DEAN OF STUDENTS: WE'RE JUST TRYING THE BEST WE CAN TO ENABLE THE KIDS TO GET THROUGH THIS PERIOD OF GRIEVING, IN RECOGNIZING THIS IS JUST THE FIRST OF MANY DAYS. IT'S NOT GOING TO BE OVER AT THE END OF THE DAY. WE'LL BE CONSCIOUS OF THIS LOSS FOR A WHILE. ))
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Autopsy results are not in yet.
Cardiologists say such incidents of sudden death among young athletes are very rare-- and often occur without any warning.
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((DR. TERRANCE MAY/ROANOKE CARDIOLOGIST: CERTAINLY IF YOUNGSTERS ARE FEELING ANY SYMPTOMS OF SHORTNESS OF BREATH, CHEST DISCOMFORT, PALPITATION, OR LIGHT HEADEDNESS, THESE SYMPTOMS WOULD NEED TO BE EVALUATED AND NOT IGNORED. ))
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Counselors at North Cross have been called in to help students through their grief.

Helms


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A Henry County teen accused of murder is one step closer to standing trial for the crime.
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A grand jury today indicted 16- year old Tommy Helms for murder and a host of other charges.
He's charged with killing 15- year old Lavina Scales.
The young woman's body was discovered on a roadside in October.
Police say Helms has already confessed to Scales' murder.
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Dalton


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A possible motive for the murder of an elderly Pittsylvania County man was mentioned in court today.
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19- year old Paul Michael Dalton, Junior appeared in court this afternoon for a bond hearing.
His attorney says police have indicated the teen murdered Clark Aubrey Adkins because the 72 year old man allegedly gave drugs to and raped his sister.
Dalton's attorney argued his client should be released on bond because he has NO prior record and turned himself over to authorities two days after warrants were issued.
A judge, however, declined to make a ruling because a psychiatric exam has not been completed.
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Russian-Ferry


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The hostage situation is still going on aboard a Turkish Ferry.
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Chechens holding the boat are now threatening to blow up the vessel with it's Russian passengers on board.
The gunman are demanding an end to the Russian military offensive against Chechen separatists.
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Whitewater


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The First Lady is promoting her book- but as Dave Fehling reports, she's having trouble escaping questions about Whitewater.
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((HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON: MY MOTHER AND LATE FATHER ALWAYS TOLD ME, DONT GIVE INTO BULLIES, THAT'S WHAT I'VE ALWAYS AND WILL ALWAYS TRY TO DO.
DAVE FEHLING CBS NEWS/BUT BACK HERE ON CAPITOL HILL, THE REPUBLICANS MRS. CLINTON APPARENTLY THINKS ARE BULLIES CONTINUED THEIR WHITEWATER INVESTIGATION. DEMOCRATS MAINTAIN THE PROBE IS NOW NOTHING BUT POLITICAL.
It's Republican Chairman however...
SEN. ALFONSE D'AMATO/D-NY: DONT TELL ME WHAT I CAN AND CANT SAY.
...sought to show a pattern of deception on the part of the whitehouse staffers in answering questions about what was known about hillary clinton's involvment with the collapsed madison guaranty savings and loan and the whitewater land deal.
Testifying were three White House legal advisers who took part in meetings with the Clintons or with each other about Whitewater. William kennedy's notes included one that could have been taken to suggest a cover-up.
D'AMATO ASKES WILLIAM KENNEDY/FORMER WH ASSOC. COUNSEL: VACUUM ROSE LAW FILES...WHATS DOES THAT MEAN?
(KENNEDY: NOT ONE SENTENCE. IT REFERS TO SURROUNDING WHITEWATER REAL

ESTATE THERE IS AN INFORMATION VACUUM.
And under questioning by Democrats on the Senate panel, the former White House lawyer said there was never anything sinister afoot.
D'AMATO: DID YOU DESTORY FILES? KENNEDY: ABSOLUTELY NOT.
Dave Fehling, CBS News, Washington.))

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When News 7 returns, a Roanoke car dealer faces as much as 25 years in prison for food stamp fraud,
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And we'll hear from a delegate who wants to see an end of the so called drive through Baby deliveries.
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Spangler


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A Roanoke used car dealer admitted in federal court today to accepting food stamps as payment.
Joseph Spangler pleaded guilty to two counts of food stamp fraud.
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The owner of the "Sport Motors" car lot on Melrose Avenue will have to pay a 75- hundred dollar fine.
He must also pay more than nine- thousand dollars in restitution .
Meanwhile, authorities still don't know what Spangler did with the food stamps he received.
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((TONY GIORNO/PROSECUTOR: THEY HAVE NOT COME BACK THROUGH THE SYSTEM. AND WE DO HAVE A TRACE AND HAVE HAD A TRACE ON THOSE FOOD STAMPS FOR SOME PERIOD OF TIME. AND THEY HAVE STILL NOT COME BACK THROUGH THE SYSTEM. ))
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Spangler could receive up to 25 years in prison when he's sentenced March 28th.

Polymer


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Workers at the Polymer Corporation in Wytheville will vote tomorrow and Thursday on whether to join the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers union.
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The O-C-A-W is the second union in three years to try to organize at the plant, which makes engineering plastics.
One union supporter says workers need improvements in job security and seniority issues, and more say in setting policy.
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((ROBBIE ALBERT/UNION SUPPORTER: WE THE EMPLOYEES DON'T HAVE TOO MUCH OF A VOICE IN WHAT THE COMPANY DOES, IT'S ACTIONS. IT'S MOSTLY ONE-SIDED. ))
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In 1993 workers rejected the Steelworkers by a two-to-one margin.
The company says it then proved its willingness to involve workers in decision-making with its response to their scheduling concerns.
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((MARY JANE UMBERGER/HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER: OVER A NUMBER OF WEEKS THEY ACTUALLY PARTICIPATED IN SELECTING THE SCHEDULE THEY CHOSE TO WORK. WE IMPLEMENTED THAT SCHEDULE AND ARE USING IT TODAY.))
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About 120 workers are eligible to vote in this week's election.
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Hospital-Stay


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Roanoke Democrat Chip Woodrum wants mothers who've just given birth to relax, and stay awhile.
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As we told you last fall, Woodrum wants to guarantee mothers a 48 hour stay in the hospital -- and 96 hours for those who've had a C-section.
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((DEL. CHIP WOODRUM/D-ROANOKE: I'M THE FATHER OF THREE CHILDREN BUT I HAVEN'T HAD TO BEAR ONE. BUT I AM TOLD THAT THAT'S A FAIRLY DIFFICULT PROCESS FOR THE PERSON BEARING THE CHILD -- FOR THE MOTHER. IN ADDITION, BREAST FEEDING AND BONDING WITH THE CHILD IS NOT ALWAYS, IS NOT A COMPLETELY UNCOMPLICATED PROCESS. AND IT'S NECESSARY QUITE OFTEN TO ASSIST THE MOTHER AND TEACH HER.))
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Fairfax Senator Jane Woods is introducing a similar bill in the upper chamber.
Woodrum says a panel of doctors could develop guidelines to assist in deciding how long mother and baby should stay.
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Parents-Rights


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A national parents rights movement is looking to change the state's Constitution.
The group says it wants to guarantee the right of parents to direct the upbringing and education of their children.
But some legislators are concerned.
Ellen Qualls takes a look at the issue.
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(( Last Wednesday, George Allen became the first Governor in the nation to publicly endorse it.
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: THE FUNDAMENTAL ROLE OF PARENTS OUGHT TO BE RECOGNIZED IN OUR FUNDAMENTAL LAW THROUGH A PARENT'S RIGHTS AMENDMENT TO OUR STATE CONSTITUTION.))
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((LT. GOV. DON BEYER: THE SIMPLE LANGUAGE DOESN'T SEEM CONTROVERSIAL AT ALL. BUT SEE WHETHER THIS IS A DIFFERENT WAY TO GET TUITION TAX CREDITS FOR PRIVATE AND RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS, EDUCATION VOUCHERS FOR PRIVATE AND RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS, AND FOR HOME- SCHOOLING, THINGS THAT THEY CAN'T DO STRAIGHT AHEAD POLITICALLY. LET'S MAKE SURE WE FULLY UNDERSTAND THE IMPLICATIONS OF THIS CHANGE TO THE CONSTITUTION.))
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Opponents worry it could sanction what some consider child abuse.
It could give a minority of parents too much control over school curricula.
Beyer says the Governor's support might be a nod to the "ultra- conservative folks" who helped get Allen elected.
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The so- called parents rights amendment was dreamed up by a conservative think tank two years ago. 28 legislatures are expected to consider it this year.
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Richmond area Senator Steve Martin tried and failed with the bill last year.
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((SEN. STEVE MARTIN/R-RICHMOND: ONE GREAT EXAMPLE I THINK MIGHT BE IN THE GUIDANCE COUNSELOR AREA WHERE IT NO LONGER BECOMES A QUESTION AS TO WHETHER OR NOT WHEN A CHILD IS BEING BROUGHT IN FOR THE TYPE OF QUESTION YOU SPEAK OF THAT A PARENT SHOULD AT LEAST BE NOTIFIED AND I WOULD SAY GET THEIR PERMISSION.))
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For some parents, it would be a victory in a state where the board of education has fiddled with -- but done nothing about -- controversial guidance counseling regulations for three years.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

City-Council


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Roanoke City Council tonight named the successor to former councilman John Edwards.
Council appointed Wendell Butler to fill Edwards' unexpired term.
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Meanwhile, William White was named acting Vice- Mayor.
This is his second term on council.
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((WILLIAM WHITE/ROANOKE VICE MAYOR: IT IS AN HONOR AND A PLEASURE TO SERVE IN THIS CAPACITY. ALSO, I'D LIKE TO THANK MY FELLOW COUNCIL MEMBERS FOR DISPLAYING THE CONFIDENCE IN ME. ))
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Earlier today, members discussed the options for renovating Victory Stadium and building a field house-- which could include an indoor track, aquatic center, and ice rink.
But they said such multi- million dollar projects will be difficult to finance without regional support.
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((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: I'D LIKE TO SAY THAT, AS WE GO FORWARD WITH THIS, WE SHOULD NOT GO FORWARD WITHOUT CONSULTING WITH OUT GOOD NEIGHBORS IN THE COUNTY AND VINTON AND SALEM-- AND SEEK THEIR INPUT AND SEEK THEIR COUNCIL AND SEEK THEIR SUPPORT. ))
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Council members also brought up the idea of a regional sports authority to help garner support for the projects.
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Coming up on our newscast,
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it was a kids dream come true today, when the earth opened up and swallowed the school bus.
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Fire-Follow


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One of Rocky Mount's oldest buildings will likely be torn down.
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That's the word from investigators after fire destroyed the Old Mount Theater yesterday.
Jackie Hubbard of the Rocky Mount Police Department, says insurance companies will ultimately decide the building's fate... but he doubts if it can be saved.
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The theater was transformed into a barber shop and auction house.
Officials still haven't nailed down the cause of the blaze, but think it could have started from a kerosene heater.
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Boston-Fire


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Workers in a Boston High Rise had to stick their heads out the window to breathe when fire broke out today.
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The blaze started on the fifth floor and smoke spread quickly to the upper floors.
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((GORDON BARRETT/RESCUED: GOT SCARY AT THE END BECAUSE OUR OFFICE FILLED UP WITH SMOKE AND THE ONLY WAY TO BREATHE WAS TO KEEP OUR HEAD OUT THE WINDOW.))) 15:25:17 ((WILLIAM OATS/RESCUED: IT WAS ON THE TENTH FLOOR AND WE WERE LUCKY TO GET OUT OF THERE LOT OF SMOKE YOU CAN SEE I'M A SHAMBLES.))
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Six people were injured including a firefighter.
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School-Bus


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wipe wipe wipe
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In Brooklyn the ground gave way under a school bus today- A sink hole opened up and nearly swallowed the back of the vehicle.
Everyone on board escaped without injury.
A water main break is believed the cause of the sinkhole that measured 20 by 25 feet.
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S-Score


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Highlights form the Roundhouse, Vikings Gym and the Bast Center, where former Byrd star Marcee Hufton hit a career milestone tonight.
Also, Steve Mason with a look at the homeless Hokies are about to move back into their castle.
But first the scores.
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S-Express


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The Roanoke Express was looking to continue its 2 game winning streak last night at the Roundhouse against the team just ahead of it in the standings, the Charlotte Checkers.
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Frank Anzalone was shooting for club victory number 100 in the season's fifth meeting with Charlotte.
Roanoke was rockin' early, courtesy of the power play. Jason Clarke's shot hits the post, but Jeff Jestadt picks up the loose puck and finds the net for his 15th goal on the year and a 1-nothing lead.
But Charlotte answers. Matt Robbins finds Daryl Noren for one of
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his two goals on the night to tie things up and the Checkers go on to beat the Express 6 to 2.
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The two teams meet again Saturday night in the Queen City.

S-Northside


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After a week of postponements, some area high school basketball teams were back on the hardwood last night. Salem and Northside renewed an old rivalry and the Vikings got a leg up in the Blue Ridge District race.
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Charlie Morgan's Spartans troops were primed for the road upset.
In transition, Sammy Lazarro finds Herschel Thomas who finishes with the easy layin. Salem led by three after 1.
Northside hung tough and got the home crowd in it. Adam Wimmer picks up the loose ball and puts it in, but the Vikings still trailed at the half.
Salem extends the lead in the second half. Scott Hall gets the board and bucket.
But the Vikings go on a run. Justin Porterfield goes to the rack and gets the hoop and the hack. Northside wins it 61 to 54 with the comeback.
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S-High


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S-Roanoke


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Lady maroon Marcee Hufton joined the 1 thousand point club last night in leading Roanoke College past Randolph Macon Women's College 73 to 58 at the Bast center in Salem.
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Hufton hit the floor for pre game introductions needing just 8 points to reach the milestone and she didn't take long to get there.
On her third shot of the night, the former William Byrd standout sank this trey to score her 1 thousandth career point.
The game was stopped momentarily as the crowd gave her a standing ovation.
Her fellow lady Maroons aided her cause. Former Floyd County great Lori Boyd with the nifty pass inside to former Cave Spring star Amy Athey, who knocks down the shot.
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Hufton was also in a giving mood, dishing to Athey, she spots up and snaps the net.
The Maroons move to 8 and 3 on the season with the 15 point win.
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S-Tech


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The Virginia Tech Hokies roll back into Cassell Coliseum for a Thursday night meeting with Dayton riding a 7 game winning streak.
And Steve Mason says beating Atlantic 10 foe George Washington in Roanoke last night is just the latest positive for the number 11 team in the country.
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(( The Virginia Tech men's basketball team has journeyed to it's highest ranking in school history despite taking the road less traveled.
A weak Cassell roof has forced Tech to play it's last two homes games away from home. But, as evident by the win over G.W., playing at neutral sites has enabled the Hokies to shift to a higher gear. ((ACE CUSTIS:))
The team's maturity has not gone unnoticed, even in the eyes of an in state rival. ((TERRY HOLLAND:)) So what's new and refreshing about the Gobblers? Maybe the fact that rankings and winnings have not gone to their heads. ((:))
Roanoke fans had a rare, second chance to see the Hokies fly in the star city, but a man's home is his "Cassell". ((DAVE BRAINE:)) STAND UP ((:))
Game time Thursday against the Flyers is scheduled for 7 pm. Steve Mason, News 7 Sports.))
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S-UVa


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Tonight the Virginia Cavaliers will try to make a statement that they deserve to be back in the top 25 when they play host to 10th ranked North Carolina.
The game tipsoff off at seven, Steve Mason and photographer Greg Moore will have your highlights and postgame tonight at eleven.
Last night the UVa women hammered Florida State 91-to-58 to improve to 13-and-3.

Sports Tease


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Still to come tonight,
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the Suns burn Paul Westphal - firing the popular Phoenix head coach today.
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S-Westphal


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The Sun set on Phoenix head coach Paul Westphal today as the Suns fired the former all-star and replaced him with Cotton Fitzsimmons.
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The Suns have struggled this year under Westphal and are currently five games under 500.
Cotton says he can turn things around if the players get healthy and cooperate.
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This is the third time the 65 year old Fitzsimmons has coached the Suns.
His latest baptism comes tomorrow night against the Orlando Magic.

S-Daytona


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The latest round of General Motors testing at Daytona wraps up later today. Yesterday Terry Labonte was the hottest thing on four wheels turing in a speed of 187 point 680 miles an hour.
Dale Earnhardt checked in at 186 point 8, and Rick Mast was the fastest Pontiac with a speed of 186 point 513 miles an hour.
Ward Burton was a disappointing 183 point 7 miles an hour.

Bran


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More evidence that bran and calcium can help prevent colorectal cancer.
Arizona researchers say they've found diets high in bran fiber or calcium soak up the bile acids doctors think cause tumors.
The research is reported in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

Historic-Resources


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Virginia will get its first state history museum -- courtesy of three anonymous donors.
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The Governor announced the consolidation of the state Department of Historic Resources with the private Virginia Historical Society today.
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((CHARLES BRYAN/VA. HISTORICAL SOCIETY: VIRGINIA'S BEEN ONE OF THE FEW STATES IN THE COUNTRY NOT TO HAVE A STATE HISTORY MUSEUM. MOST STATES HAVE A STATE HISTORY MUSEUM. TENNESSEE HISTORY MUSEUM. SOUTH CAROLINA. WE OF ALL STATES HAVE NOT HAD THAT.))
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((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: VIRGINIA'S HISTORY SHOULD NOT BE STORED AWAY IN SOME WAREHOUSE OR SOME BASEMENT OR SOME PLACE LIKE THAT WHERE MUCH OF IT IS STORED.))
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Over five million state artifacts will be on display or available for researchers in a new wing at the Historical Society museum in Richmond.
The state will rent display and office space in the museum. (--------0--------)