Up next on News 7-
A Pittsylvania County company wants to burn hazardous waste...we'll hear
what residents have to say about it.
A verdict in the case against the man accused of killing hoops star Michael
And a Habitat for Humanity house is built in the Hill City by volunteers in
just 16 hours.
News 7 is next.
Dennis Stoneman will be charged with capital murder.
In court today his 16 year old son was the star witness against him.
He says he was there when his father killed Tina and Steve Quesenberry.
Daniel Green was convicted of murdering NBA star Michael Jordan's father.
Jordan responded that his family would be affected, but the news wouldn't
President Clinton hopes to implement a rating system that will hand the
t-v remote control back to America's parents.
Join us for News 7 at eleven.
Health and environmental concerns were at the heart of a public hearing
tonight in Pittsylvania County.
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality arranged the meeting to
hear concerns over a Chatham chemical plant's request to burn hazardous waste.
Teresa Hamilton has more.
IN Q=It boils
SUPER=01-Steve Law/Permit Opponent; :00
SUPER=03-Pittsylvania Co.; :09
SUPER=01-Laurie Waller/Permit Opponent; :18
SUPER=01-Carl Burke/Permit Opponent; :30
SUPER=01-Doug Brown/DEQ Environmental Engineer; :56
OUT Q=Hamilton, News 7, Chatham.
IN Q=It boils down
((STEVE LAW/PERMIT OPPONENT: IT BOILS DOWN TO HUMAN LIFE VERSUS THE DOLLAR AND
IT JUST DOESN'T MAKE SENSE.))
OUT Q=make sense.
Steve Law is opposed to Cook Composites and Polymers' request.
The chemical plant burns natural gas in its incinerator.
But it has applied for a permit to burn a flammable chemical known as Xylene
IN Q=Ya'll need to
((LAURIE WALLER/PERMIT OPPONENT:YA'LL NEED TO START PUTTING, YA'LL CONCERN FOR
THE KIDS IN THIS AREA ABOVE YOUR DOLLARS AND ABOVE YOUR MONEY, A CHILD'S LIFE
IS NOT WORTH IT. ))
((CARL BURKE/PERMIT OPPONENT:THAT'S MY PLEA, THAT YOU MAKE SURE THAT YOU'VE
STUDIED THIS THING VERY CAREFULLY, THAT WE'RE NOT GOING TO BE SUBJECT TO MANY
MANY PROBLEMS DOWN THE ROAD. ))
OUT Q=down the road.
Questions surrounding the Company's draft permit were also raised.
Opponents say it contains problem areas.
For instance, they noted there's only one road leading into and out of the
They're also concerned that the County's E-911 system is not yet up and
IN Q=I think
((DOUG BROWN/DEQ ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER:I THINK SOME OF THE SPECIFIC COMMENTS
THAT WERE MADE REGARDING TECHNICAL ERRORS AND DEFICIENCIES WITH THE PERMIT IS
SOMETHING THAT WE OBVIOUSLY NEED TO ADDRESS. I ANTICIPATE THERE WILL BE SOME
CHANGES MADE TO THE FINAL DOCUMENT. ))
OUT Q=final document.
Brown says he's not sure when DEQ officials will make a decision regarding
Cook Composites and Polymers permit request.
Company officials declined comment. Teresa Hamilton, News 7, Chatham.))
A 16 year- old boy was the star witness AGAINST his father as a judge
certified capital murder charges against Dennis Stoneman.
The boy says Stoneman shot Steve and Tina Quesenberry last May, then said "I
know I got Steve, I hope I got Tina too."
Tracy Altizer reports.
IN Q=Dennis Stoneman was an abusive
SUPER=01-Greg Goad/Carroll Co. Prosecutor; :17
SUPER=03-Hillsville/May 17, 1995; :37
OUT Q=Altizer, NEws 7.
(( Dennis Stoneman was an abusive husband and a devoted, though sometimes
That's according to his 16 year- old son D.J., who rode with his father from
North Carolina to Hillsville May 16th on a search for D.J's six year- old
brother and his mother, Teresa Stoneman.
((GREG GOAD/CARROLL CO. PROSECUTOR: AND AT FANCY GAP THEY STOPPED AT A
CONVENIENCE STORE AND SWITCHED VEHICLES. AND AT ONE POINT DURING THAT TIME MR.
STONEMAN MADE THE STATEMENT THAT HE'D SHOT A MAN BEFORE AND THEN AFTER THAT
THEY TRAVELED TO HILLSVILLE GOING TO VARIOUS HOUSES LOOKING FOR MRS. STONEMAN
AND THE YOUNGER SON. ))
D.J. says his father pulled into the Westview Terrace apartments, where they
thought Teresa lived, after they spotted her car.
But the occupants of the car were Teresa's sister and brother-in-law, Tina
and Steve Quesenberry.
D.J. testified the three were sitting in their cars arguing about why Dennis
couldn't see his child when Dennis thrust a gun across D.J.'s face and shot the
su The defense tried to portray Dennis as a father who was so devastated at
being kept from his child that he was driven to violence in the heat of
passion. His lawyer says that would make him guilty of nothing more than
That will be up to a jury decide if the grand jury indicts Stoneman when it
meets March 11th. Tracy Altizer, News 7.))
A Floyd County jury hands down a life sentence today for a convicted killer.
Yesterday, 34- year- old David Joel Hall was found guilty of beating his
girlfriend to death.
The body of 18- year- old Ellen Plocki (PLAH-kee) was discovered June
fourteenth in a garage near the Willis section of the county.
On top of the life sentence, Hall received an additional 16 years for other
crimes related to the murder.
A Madison Heights man remains held without bond after his arrest on two
murder charges yesterday.
44- year- old James Henry Burley made his first appearance this morning in
Amherst General District Court.
Burley's accused of shooting two women to death and dumping their bodies in
remote sections of Amherst County last year.
Police have not established a motive for the crimes.
The self- employed auto body worker was given a court- appointed attorney
He'll be back in court in April for a preliminary hearing.
A verdict is in for the man accused of murdering James Jordan, father of
basketball great Michael Jordan.
Jurors in Lumberton, North Carolina, found Daniel Green guilty of first
degree murder, first degree robbery, and conspiracy in the 1993 attack.
The main prosecution witness, Larry Martin Demery, a friend of Green,
testified he watched Green shoot Jordan just as he awoke from a nap in his
SOT 20:09:32 8pm feed
IN Q=Well of course
((WOODBERRY BOWEN/DEFENSE ATTORNEY;WELL OF COURSE HE WAS DISAPPOINTED AND
SHOCKED AND SURPRISED, AND DISAPPOINTED OF COURSE. UH, HE'S A MAN AND HE'S
TAKING IT AND WE'RE GOING ON FROM HERE.))
SUPER=01-Woodberry Bowen/Defense Attorney;
OUT Q=from here.
Jurors will decide Monday if Green will receive the death penalty or life in
TAPE# net A
After years of dragging their feet, America's T-V executives are moving
toward a plan on rating the content of their programming.
Elizabeth Kaledin reports.
IN Q=Nat Sot
SUPER=03-Washington DC; :14
SUPER=01-Ted Turner/Turner Broadcasting; :28
SUPER=01-Elizabeth Kaledin/CBS News; :57
OUT Q=CBS News, Washington.
((NATS FROM TV SHOW))
TRACK 1: THE PROPOSED RATINGS SYSTEM FOR TV SHOWS IS EXPECTED TO LOOK SOMETHING
LIKE THE SYSTEM IN PLACE FOR MOVIES...VIOLENCE LIKE THIS MIGHT BE RATED "R" OR
RESTRICTED...SOMETHING PARENTS WOULD NOT WANT YOUNG CHILDREN TO WATCH.
DETAILS OF THE SYSTEM HAVE NOT BEEN ESTABLISHED...AND MANY OF THE TV EXECUTIVES
GATHERED IN WASHINGTON TODAY AGREE...IT WILL BE A COMPLEX PROCESS:
THAT WOULD HAVE A LONG TERM EFFECT:
((SOT)) TED TURNER...PRESIDENT/C.E.O. TURNER BROADCASTING
142312 WE COULD SEE MORE BRADY BUNCH TYPE PROGRAMMING AND LESS CUTTING EDGE
PROGRAMMING....AND WE'RE SAILING INTO UNCHARTED SEAS.
TRACK 2: THE RATINGS SYSTEM WOULD WORK IN CONCERT WITH THE V-CHIP...A SMALL
COMPUTER CHIP REQUIRED TO BE PLACED IN NEW TELEVISIONS...THE V-CHIP WOULD ALLOW
PARENTS TO PROGRAM THEIR TV SETS ACCORDING TO HOW MUCH SEX AND VIOLENCE THEY
DEEMED ACCEPTABLE FOR THEIR CHILDREN TO SEE...BUT INDUSTRY EXECUTIVES STRESS
THE ADDITIONAL CONTROLS ARE NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT:
STAND UP CLOSE: EK CBS NEWS
" THE RATINGS SYSTEM WILL BE DEVISED BY THE TV INDUSTRY...BUT IT IS NOT EXACTLY
VOLUNTARY...PRESIDENT CLINTON'S TELECOMMUNICATIONS BILL SIGNED LAST MONTH
MANDATES A RATINGS SYSTEM WITHIN A YEAR...EITHER INDUSTRY DESIGNED OR
GOVERNMENT IMPOSED...THE NEW SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO GO INTO EFFECT NEXT
JANUARY...EK CBS NEWS WASHINGTON.
SOFT MUSIC UNDER
When News 7 returns, Roanoke democrats pick their candidates for city
and Governor Allen says he'll fight for money to bring new business to the
Toss to Robin
SUPER=#C-380; Weather Roll
Officials in Peru say a Faucett Airlines jet
with 117 people and six crew members aboard has crashed while en
route to the southern Peruvian city of Arequipa.
An airline spokesman says the Boeing 737 was found
crashed five miles from Arequipe (ah-reh-KEE'-peh), but the
condition of the crew and passengers is unknown.
The spokesman says the area where the plane was found is not
very accessible and rescue crews are on the way.
Authorities in Louisiana have been battling a hostage situation this
SUPER=03-Baton Rouge, LA;
In Baton Rouge, an angry husband held his wife and another woman at gunpoint
in an office building.
He fired shots but no one was injured.
Officials say the incident stems from a domestic argument.
The other woman has been released.
But the last report says the man is still holding his wife hostage.
One of the two Virginia Tech football players accused of sexual assault,
pleaded guilty today to an unrelated charge.
James Crawford received a 10- day suspended sentence and will pay four
hundred dollars in fines for a disorderly conduct charge.
Crawford and Hokie teammate Tony Morrison have been named in a civil suit
filed by Christy Brzonkala.
She alleges the two raped her.
Today's plea had nothing to do with the THAT case.
Even still, Crawford's attorney talked about the suit... and specifically
Eileen Wagner, Brzonkala's attorney.
IN Q=What I'm
((JOE PAINTER/CRAWFORD'S ATTORNEY: WHAT I'M QUESTIONING ABOUT MRS. WAGNER IS IF
SHE'S SO CONCERNED ABOUT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, WHY HAS SHE NEVER SPOKEN OUT
AGAINST THE VIOLENCE PERPETRATED AGAINST THOUSANDS OF UNBORN FEMALES EACH YEAR?
SUPER=01-Joe Painter/Crawford's Attorney;
OUT Q=each year
Painter went on to say Crawford will fully cooperate with the investigation
into the rape allegations.
A fight is brewing at the State Capitol over who controls the purse strings
to the money used to lure new businesses to Virginia.
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./February 22;
R.R. Donnelly and Company got the incentive to expand in Virginia in the
form of 460-thousand dollars from something called the Governor's Opportunity
The Governor himself has controlled the handouts since 1992.
But now, George Allen wants more than twice the 18- million dollars in the
And the House of Delegates is saying no.
IN Q=It is a very
((GOV. GEORGE ALLEN: IT IS A VERY IMPORTANT TOOL THAT OTHER GOVERNORS IN OTHER
STATES HAVE. AND FOR THEM TO HANDCUFF ME AND SAY NO YOU CANNOT HAVE THIS TOOL
IN THIS WAR OF COMPETITION WITH THE CAROLINAS, AND GEORGIA, AND TENNESSEE, AND
ALABAMA, AND MARYLAND, AND PENNSYLVANIA AND ALL THE REST, I THINK IS JUST
FOOLISH. THERE'S NO OBJECTIVE REASON FOR THEM TO DO THAT.))23
((DEL. CHIP WOODRUM/D-ROANOKE: WE THINK THERE OUGHT TO BE SOME FISCAL
ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. AND WE JUST CAN'T HAVE
EXPENDITURES GOING AROUND AUTHORIZING BLANK CHECKS TO EVERYBODY IN GOVERNMENT.
WE OUGHT TO HAVE SOME TIGHT RESTRAINTS ON IT. I THINK THAT'S REASONABLE.
PLUS, IT'S A TOUGH BUDGET YEAR.))
The incentive money is just one of about ten issues Allen will be fighting
for with the lawmakers by the end of next week.
GRAPHIC=Safe and Sound?
Empty buildings are often magnets for crime, but even when they are boarded
up, vacant homes can have a negative impact on a neighborhood.
In part two of our series on substandard housing, Joe Dashiell reports on
the problem and one group doing something about it.
IN Q=356 Day Avenue
SUPER=03-Roanoke/January 5, 1987; :
SUPER=01-Dan Pollock/Roanoke Housing Development; :10
SUPER=01-John Kepley/Property Owner; :32
SUPER=01-Florine Thornhill/Neighborhood Group President; :53
OUT Q=JD News 7 Roanoke
((356 Day Avenue burned in January, 1987. The fire killed a six- month-
old boy and the building's been vacant ever since.
IN Q=We felt like enough
((DAN POLLOCK/CITY HOUSING DIRECTOR: WE FELT LIKE ENOUGH WAS ENOUGH AND THAT
COMMON SENSE SAID IT'S TIME FOR THIS BUILDING TO BE REMOVED FOR THE BETTERMENT
OF THE ENTIRE NEIGHBORHOOD.))
OUT Q=entire neighborhood.
Much of the siding has been removed. The roof and porch are in disrepair
and inspectors say the building has poor structural integrity.
Owner John Kepley has done little to repair the building in the last nine
years, but says he still intends to renovate.
IN Q=Let's have integrity
((JOH KEPLEY/PROPERTY OWNER: LET'S HAVE INTEGRITY. LET'S BE ABOVE BOARD. WHAT'S
REALLY LAYING BEHIND THE PRESSURE TO TEAR THESE TWO HOUSES DOWN. AND ON AND ON
AND ON. WHAT IS IT? TO TEAR DOWN THE HOUSES AND HAVE VACANT LAND?))
OUT Q=have vacant land.
Despite the city's best efforts, vacant houses remain a pervasive problem
in old southwest, northwest roanoke and other neighborhoods.
SOT THORNHILL & PENN
IN Q=This block right here
((FLORINE THORNHILL/NEIGHBORHOOD GROUP PRESIDENT: THIS BLOCK RIGHT HERE, GILMER
WAS ONE OF THE WORST BLOCKS OF VACANT HOUSES, SO WE HAVE GOTTEN ONE, TWO, SIX,
SEVEN RIGHT HERE IN THIS BLOCK.))
OUT Q=right here in this block.
Florine Thornhill and Louise Penn are longtime officers of the Northwest
Neighborhood Environmental Organization... a group that has renovated more than
15 homes, built others from scratch and is now re- claiming a block of Gilmer
IN Q=What do you see when you
((WHAT DO YOU SEE WHEN YOU LOOK AT A HOUSE LIKE THIS. I SEE THE OPPORTUNITY TO
MAKE A NICE HOME FOR A LOW-INCOME FAMILY.))
OUT Q=low income family.
The Northwest Neighborhood Environmental Organization is looking to hire an
executive director, recruit more volunteers and expand its efforts.
And keith, the building code appeals board has given the home behind me a
reprieve and its owner one more chance to renovate it.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))
Some Roanoke democrats met tonight to name candidates for city council
More than 60 people attended the mass meeting at Patrick Henry High School.
Mayor David Bowers is running for re-election.
He says democrats have a way of pulling together during election time.
IN Q=Our party is
((DAVID BOWERS/ROANOKE MAYOR: OUR PARTY IS KNOWN AS A PARTY WITH MANY FACTIONS
AND DESPAIR IN OPINIONS. BUT EACH TIME DURING ELECTIONS WE, THE DEMOCRATIC
PARTY IN THE CITY OF ROANOKE COME TOGETHER. ))
OUT Q=come together.
Nelson Harris was nominated for a two- year- term.
Carroll Swain, Jim Trout, and Linda Wyatt were nominated for four- year-
The election is in May.
SOFT MUSIC UNDER
Up next on News 7, Robin Reed will be along with the wintry forecast,
and we'll show you why home is where the heart is takes on a special meaning
today in Lynchburg.
MUSIC UP FULL
They worked through the night and all day today, and after sixteen hours of
hard labor, some Lynchburg volunteers had a new house to show for their
The Lynchburg chapter of Habitat for Humanity made the most of this Leap
Year Day by building an entire home for one of its needy clients.
Dozens of volunteers worked from midnight until late this afternoon to
construct the house for Fontaine Howard and her three- year- old daughter.
It was cold, hard work, but nobody was complaining.
IN Q=Everybody's pitching
((DARYL GAYLOR/VOLUNTEER BUILDER: EVERYBODY'S PITCHING IN, WHEN WE COME INTO
EVERY PHASE, WE HAVE A BUNCH OF PEOPLE, EXPERIENCED PEOPLE, AND VOLUNTEERS COME
IN AND THE COMMUNITY'S REALLY PULLED TOGETHER TO GET THIS PROJECT AND DO A GOOD
((KEVIN CAMPBELL/LYNCHBURG HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: PROFESSIONALLY, I THINK
HABITAT IN LYNCHBURG HAS TREMENDOUS SUPPORT COMPARED TO OTHER PLACES, BOTH IN
THE PROFESSIONAL BUILDING COMMUNITY AND THEN IN THIS CASE, WITH MOORE'S
DONATING THE MATERIALS FOR THE HOUSE IS A REALLY BIG BOOST.))
SUPER=01-Daryl Gaylor/Volunteer Builder; :00
SUPER=01-Kevin Campbell/Lynchburg Habitat for Humanity; :10
OUT Q=really big boost.
A closing ceremony was scheduled for 11 tonight, where Howard was to be
given the official deed to her new home.
Lots of hoopla on this Thursday night as the Hokies win their 21st game of
the season on the senior night.
go to pinnacle board
Plus Roanoke advances in the NCAA's with a record setting performance.
Fleming and Northside move on to state play.
Radford bows out of the Big South.
Highlights from a total 8 games coming up after this quick break.
go to break
The Roanoke mens basketball team broke the NCAA Division III tournament
record Wednesday night for points scored in a game. The Maroons beat Shenandoah
128 to 110 at the Bast center.
SUPER=03-Salem/Shenandoah vs. Roanoke; :00
The NCAA tourney win marks the first for Roanoke College since page Moir
took over the program 7 years ago.
Roanoke had 7 players score in double figures and the Maroons shot over 73
percent from 3 point land in the first half.
Jason Bishop led Roanoke with a career high 32 points, including this trey.
The 23 and 4 Maroons led 68-51 at the half!
The 1 thousand 356 fans in attendance also watched The Hornets score 110
points. Al White scored 33 to lead Shenandoah.
But Roanoke was too much. The maroons were 13 for 20 from behind the arc
and shot 52 percent on the night. Roanoke sets the NCAA post season record with
((PAGE MOIR/FIRST NCAA TOURNEY WIN:))
((JASON BISHOP/SHOT 4 FOR 5 FROM THREE POINTERS:))
SUPER=01-Page Moir/1st NCAA Tourney Win; :00
SUPER=01-Jason Bishop/4 for 5 From 3 Point Line; :12
OUT Q=...How it happened"
Roanoke will play at home this Saturday at 7:30 against Hendrix College.
The other ODAC teams bowed out last night as Millsaps beat Bridgewater
And Randolph-Mason lost to Christopher Newport 66-to-57.
The Virginia Tech closed out the regular season last night with a
70 to 61 win over Atlantic 10 rival Xavier at the Cassell.
SUPER=03-Blacksburg/A-10 Network; :00
It was seniors' night at the Cassell as Shawn Good and the other 3 seniors
played their final home game.
Shawn's parents came all the way from Indiana for the game.
And their son would get Tech off to a quick start as get the first Hokie hoop
on this driving left handed layin.
But Tech struggled in the first half.
Gary Lumpkin drops in the three pointer and Xavier takes the lead.
In fact the Hokies were down by 6 with 5:40 to go, when they reeled off 14
straight. Troy Manns triple put the HOkies in front to stay and gave them an 8
point halftime lead.
Senior Travis Jackson led the way with 17 points as the Hokies move to
21-and-4 on the season with the 70-to-61 win over Xavier.
The bad news for Tech last night was that George Washington beat Rhode Island
76-to-72 to keep Tech in second in their division.
The first round of the Big south ended tonight with Liberty and U-M-B-C
fighting for another day on the hardwood.
SUPER=03-Lexington/Liberty vs UMBC; :
The Vines center was rocking tonight as the two teams prepared for the
The first half belong to the Flames. Peter Aluma takes it inside for the
two hand jam the Flame's led 7 to 1.
Tony Thompson was the man for U-M-B-C he hits the turn around jumper but
U-M-B-C trailed at the half by two.
Liberty turned it up a notch in the second half the Flames taking it hard
to the hoop.
The Flames outscored U-M-B-C by SUPER=33-Liberty/=74/UMBC/=52;20 in the
second half and Liberty gets the 74 to 52 win and a spot in the tournaments
GRAPHIC=big south tourney
This afternoon Radford was knocked out of the event in the first round for
the first time in 7 years.
SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Radford vs. Charleston Southern; :00
Playing in the second game of the day against a Charleston Southern team that
had beaten them twice in the Regular season, Radford played a little sloppily.
Corey reed's pass is picked off by Brett Larrick, who drives in for the one
handed jam as Charleston takes a lead in the first half.
Radford came back to lead by 6 at halftime, and then in the second half Jason
Lansdown hit s the shot to keep RU in front.
But Southern would take a three point lead late in the game, and Radford
needed a 3 to win it.
Lansdown's heave from the right wing rims out, and Radford is knocked out in
the first round for the first time in 7 years falling 55-TO-52.
SS=hold big south
Also today UNC-Greensboro beat Coastal Carolina, and UNC Asheville
On to the high school ranks where James Stokes hit 2 free throws with 1 point
8 seconds to go to give Fleming a 60-to-58 win over Potomac.
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Potomac vs. Fleming; :00
It was a party atmosphere at Colonels' gym tonight as Fleming trotted on to
the floor looking to stop the state's sixth ranked team the 21-and-1 Potomac
And the big men would get it done for the Colonels. Sterling Tate takes the
feed from Brad Dunleavy and banks in the hoop off the window.
Then James Stokes cleared the dance floor and took another Dunleavy assist
and powered up up over the defense for the bucket and the foul.
Stokes would lead the Fleming attack with 25 points as Fleming earns a spot
in the state tournament.
The Colonels will next play for the Regional title Saturday night at GW
The Eagles beat Woodbridge 59-to-47.
It was the cats versus the dogs tonight in Pulaski County as the Lady
Cougars escaped with one of their 9 lives and a 63-62 win over Hylton,
advancing to the Northwest Regional final.
SUPER=03-Pulaski Co./Lady Cougars vs. Lady Bulldogs;
The Lady Cougars were on the prowl in search of a state tourney berth.
Lisa Skeens gets things started, taking advantage of the matador defense
for the easy bucket.
But the Lady Bulldogs went on a run to end the first quarter, led by
Kristen Shaffer, who knocks down the baseline jumper.
Then watch Skeens find Mary Bishop. SUPER=33-Pulaski Co./=63/Hylton/=62;
She nails the foul line J and the Cougars advance with the 63 to 62 win.
Still to come we'll have more basketball action plus a couple of quick
as Neil takes a big bite out of the Big Apple.
The Northside Vikings have advanced to the Region Three championship game
with a 50 to 49 win over Fieldale-Collinsville.
SUPER=03-Rustburg/Cavaliers vs Vikings; :
The Cavaliers and Vikings hooking up for the first time in the Semi-final
Fieldale's big men crashing the boards big man Brad Harmon goes in and puts
it in for the easy basket the Cavaliers took the early lead.
But Northside's Ben Peete took over Pete pulls up and nails this three
pointer for two of his 20 points.
The Vikings held off the bigger
SUPER=33-Northside/=50/F.-Collinsville/=49;Cavaliers to get the 50 to 49
victory and a spot in the state playoffs.
In Region 4 action down in Christiansburg, the Blue Demons came up a little
short against Virginia High.
SUPER=03-Christiansburg/Blue Demons vs. Bearcats;
Gerald Thompson watched the Bearcats break open a close game in the 4th
Damon Peters scores 2 of his game high 17 along the baseline to start a 23
to 8 run.
Eric Lucas did his part to keep the Demons in it. He strokes the J in the
But Virginia starts to pull away. SUPER=33-Virginia/=53/Christiansburg/=
Joey Roller gets the friendly bounce on the trey and Christiansburg's season
comes to an end 53 to 36.
Neil O'Donnell left the steel city to fly with the Jets yesterday.
SUPER=03-Hempstead, NY; :00
The free agent quarterback who spent the past six years with the Steelers,
signed a five year $25 million dollar contract with the worst team in the NFL
O'Donnell is from upstate New York and says he always dreamed of coming home.
Also last night the San Diego Chargers released star running back Natron
Means rushed for over 13 hundred yards in the Chargers Super Bowl season but
he was basically a headache last year.