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Good Evening.
A huge sinkhole on Interstate 81- near StaUnton-
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closed down a 15 mile stretch of the highway tonight.
It'll be closed for at least a day- while crews repair the sink hole.
SUPER=03-New York City;


Plus if you like grilled cheese. you'll want to take a bite of this- the largest Grilled cheese Sandwich.
The sandwich was made with approximately 32 thousand slices of the new 2 percent cheese.
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ANCHOR=Jean


Robin says the sun will make a reappearance.
He'll have the forecast.
Plus Mike with the latest baseball highlights.
Join us for News 7 at Eleven.

VP-Debate


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Campaign 96


The Vice Presidential Candidates went head to head tonight-
The number one topic- The economy.
Regina Blakely has the highlights of tonight's debate from St. Petersburg Florida.
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Campaign-Finance


ANCHOR=Jean
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Just how much do the Presidential campaigns spend on advertising-
TOO MUCH according to one campaign reform group-
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The group is called Common Cause-
It claims both the Clinton and Dole campaigns have spent so much they're violating campaign finance laws.
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((ANN MCBRIDE/COMMON CAUSE PRESIDENT: THESE VIOLATIONS INVOLVE TENS OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS AND CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURES.))
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But both campaigns deny the allegation.
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((THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE AS WELL AST HE CLINTON GORE 96 COMMITTEE BOTH HAVE HIGHLY COMPETENT LEGAL COUNSEL TO MAKE SURE WE LIVE FULLY WITHIN THE LETTER OF THE LAW. ))
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OUT Q=the letter of the law."
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The group is now calling for an independent probe of how much the Democratic and Republican parties have spent on T-V ads for President Clinton and Bob Dole.
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Sinkhole


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11 p.m.
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TAPE#96-90
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Expect some delays during rush hour traffic tomorrow morning on Interstate 81.
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A 15-mile stretch of highway near Staunton is closed because of a large sinkhole in the southbound lane.
Officials say it could take 24 hours to fix the road.
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SOT 9:04:55
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((DANNY MARTIN/TRANSPORTATION MAINTENANCE CREW: WHAT WE'RE DOING NOW IS EXCAVATING DOWN UNTIL WE HIT SOLID ROCK, MAKE SURE WE GET ALL THE LOOSE MATERIAL OUT, BLOCK OFF ALL THE WATER THAT'S COMING IN. ))
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Martin says the sinkhole was caused by water seeping in between the rocks.
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Powell


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#96-75
GRAPHIC=Legal Scales


Prosecutors say revenge was the motive behind the murder of a Halifax County teenager.
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Attorneys for 21-year old Lewis Jordan Powell, Junior paint a different picture.
They say Powell shot and killed 17-year old Jason Lamont Chandler in self defense.
But Commonwealth's Attorney John Greenbacker says a weapon was never found on the victim.
The shooting happened New Years Day outside the Super Eight Motel in Riverdale.
Powell was a member of the Halifax County football team the year it won the state title in 1991.
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VWIL


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#96-71
GRAPHIC=VMI/Baldwin


They expect at least 30 women to enroll at Virginia Military Institute next Fall.
It's the first time superintendent Josiah Bunting has suggested a number- now that 116 high school girls have expressed an interest in going to the school.
Keith Humphry set out to see whether any of the women at V-WIL are interested in transferring.
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((
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((NO, ABSOLUTELY NOT. NO QUESTION ABOUT IT. ))
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((NONE AT ALL. AND I DON'T THINK ANYONE HERE AT THE CORPS DOES EITHER.))
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The Institute at Mary Baldwin College was designed as an alternative to admitting women to V-M-I. It was endowed with a 5-and a half million dollar grant from the V-M-I Foundation.
But it's hardly the same thing.
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((HERE THEY DON'T SCREAM AT US. THEY STILL SUPPORT US. THEY'RE NICE TO US. THEY'RE OUR FRIENDS, THEY NOT YELLING AT US, MAKING US STRAIN. ))
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...in marked contrast to the rat line.
When the U-S Supreme Court ruled that V-M-I's male-only policy was UNconstitutional, the Court dismissed V-WIL as a "pale shadow" of V-M-I.
Naturally V-WIL cadets- -like Catherine McMillan of Thaxton- - take exception to that.
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((BUT I FEEL LIKE THIS PROGRAM'S GOING TO KEEP ON GOING STRONG, AND, YOU KNOW NO MATTER WHAT GOES ON AT VMI, WE'RE ALWAYS GOING TO HAVE THIS PROGRAM HERE.))
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((How likely is that? Officials here cite the $1.2-million grant from the Jesse Ball duPont Foundation that created the program for exceptionally gifted students at Mary Baldwin College. That was ten years ago. The money ran out FIVE years ago, and the program is alive and well today.))
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Kim Bond predicts open hostility when V-WIL cadets confront women who've infiltrated the ranks at V-M-I.
She's not the only one who's uneasy about it.
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((I'M UNCOMFORTABLE WITH THE IDEA OF GOING TO VMI AND SITTING IN MY R.O.T.C. CLASSES WITH RATS THAT ARE WOMEN. I THINK THAT'S JUST ODD. ))
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((AND I DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHY THEY WOULD WANT TO GO THERE. ))
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Keith Humphry, NEWS 7.
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Mary Baldwin reports record enrollment this year- -college-wide. There are now 82 women in the V-WIL program.

Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Jean
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There's more News 7 to come, Roanoke College students give up the comforts of home to bring attention to Habitat for Humanity,
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and we'll have part one of our look at Charles Fuller and his 35 years of ministry at Roanoke's First Baptist Church.
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Robin in WX CENTER Roll Lake Levels
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Habitat


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11 p.m.
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TAPE#96-88
GRAPHIC=Habitat for Humanity


Tonight's temperatures are expected to drop into the 40s--
But some Roanoke College students won't be enjoying the warmth of a dorm room or apartment.
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Instead, they're spending the night outside in cardboard boxes. Tonight is the second annual "Shack Attack".
About 10 members of the college's Habitat for Humanity chapter are taking part. The event is meant to raise awareness about poverty housing.
They say most community leaders start getting involved at the college- age.
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((CHARLES HAMMOND/HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: I THINK IT'S VERY IMPORTANT BECAUSE THIS IS THE TIME WHEN PEOPLE ARE GOING TO START GETTING INVOLVED WITH COMMUNITY SERVICE, AND IF THEY DON'T GET INVOLVED NOW, THEY PROBABLY AREN'T GOING TO GET INVOLVED FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES. AND IF THEY DO GET INVOLVED NOW, THEN IT'S PROBBLY GOING TO BE FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIVES. ))
SOT 8:13:34 at :11

((ADAM GRIFFITH/"SHACK ATTACK" ORGANIZER: I'M JUST GLAD THAT THIS MANY PEOPLE SHOWED UP THIS YEAR TO SHOW THEIR SUPPORT FOR HABITAT. I THINK IT'S GOING TO BE A FUN NIGHT. ))
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SUPER=01-Adam Griffith/"Shack Attack" Organizer;
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OUT Q=a fun night
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The fun included music by a local singer.
Members will also hear a speech by Roanoke's Habitat for Humanity president.
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Landrith


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
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TAPE#96-80
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Congressional candidate George Landrith wants voters to know there ARE differences between he and his Democratic opponent Virgil Goode.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg;


Landrith says Goode is anything but the independent-thinking conservative he's made himself out be.
The Charlottesville lawyer blasted Goode's tax record in his 23-year General Assembly career.
Landrith says voting Republican will put money back in the taxpayers' pockets.
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IN Q=Their other choice

((GEORGE LANDRITH/R- CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE: THEIR OTHER CHOICE IS TO VOTE FOR MY OPPONENT AND THEY CAN WRITE THE SAME CHECK OUT. THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS, INSTEAD OF MAKING IT PAYABLE TO THEIR FAMILYU, THEY GET TO MAKE IT PAYABLE TO THE IRS.))
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This is Landrith's second shot at political office.
He lost to incumbent Democrat L.F. Payne in the Fifth District in 1994.
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Industrial-Park


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE# 96-73
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Alleghany County wants to help high tech industries find a home in Virginia.
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SUPER=03-Clifton Forge;


Today economic development officials announced plans to build a high tech business park next to interstate 64.
SUPER=03-Alleghany Co.;


The 200 acre park will be built on national forest land.
It's intended to attract the kind of clean, high tech industries that will provide good jobs into the next century.
One neighbor of the proposed site says if it's good for Alleghany County, she'll live next to it.
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10:52:13 ((MADGE BROWN/NEIGHBOR:IF IT MEANS JOBS, GOOD, CAUSE PEOPLE DO NEED JOBS. 9:39:39 REP. BOB GOODLATTE; THERE ARE GOING TO BE A LOT OF NEW JOBS, A LOT OF HIGH PAYING JOBS. AND THAT WILL HELP TO ALLOW PEOPLE WHO GET A GOOD EDUCATION HERE, FOR EXAMPLE, AT DABNEY LANCASTER COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TO BE ABLE TO STAY HERE IN THIS BEAUTIFUL COMMUNITY.))
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A 50 thousand dollar grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission will help pay for planning the park.
Officials still have to work out a land swap with the Forest Service, and raise 4 million dollars to finish the project.

Bacova


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE#96-79
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The man who helped convert a small Bath County company into the world's largest maker of accent rugs and welcome mats is stepping down.
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SUPER=03-Low Moor/June;


Pat Haynes is vacating his post as chief executive officer of the Bacova Guild.
The announcement was made by Burlington Industries, which bought Bacova last year.
Burlington says Haynes will pursue other business interests and remain on Bacova's board of directors.
His partner, Ben Johns, will assume full responsibility for the Bacova operation.
Haynes and Johns purchased Bacova back in 1981.
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Soft Music Under
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Coming up next in our newscast, Robin Reed will let us know when the sun is going to shine again,
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and we'll see who is the new big cheese of New York City.
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Fuller#1



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He is known to people throughout Southwest and central Virginia as the minister on television's daily devotion, "God's Minute."
But to the congregation of Roanoke's First Baptist Church, he's known simply as Pastor. And that's a title he's held for the past 35 years.
Larry Dowdy has part one of his look at Doctor Charles Fuller.
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((October is a month for change. From the changing of the leaves to a change that took place 35 years ago this weekend at Roanoke's First Baptist Church.
Between 1915-1927 the church grew at a fast pace from its location where Bell Atlantic is located today.
By 1961, more change was about to take place with the arrival of Charles Fuller.
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IN Q=As you look...

((DR. CHARLES FULLER/PASTOR: AS YOU LOOK AT THE NAMES OF THE PASTORS WHO PRECEDE ME--THEY WERE MEN OF STATURE. THEY HAD WELL KNOWN NAMES AND THAT TOO WAS A PART OF THE ADVENTURE OF THE CHURCH TO CALL UPON A RELATIVELY UNKNOWN OR LITTLE KNOWN 29 YEAR OLD YOUNG MAN WHO WAS NOT A TRIED, TESTED, AND PROVED PERSON.))
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OUT Q=and proud person.


The youthful Fuller envisioned a different kind of leadership.
Friend and Minister of Music, Doyal Spence felt the church had a lot of vision when they called Charles Fuller as its pastor.
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IN Q=He was not yet...

((DOYAL SPENCE/MINISTER OF MUSIC: HE WAS NOT YET THIRTY YEARS OLD WHEN HE CAME TO BE PASTOR OF THIS CHURCH AND OF COURSE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ROANOKE WAS A STABLE DOWNTOWN CHURCH, WELL RESPECTED IN THE COMMUNITY, BUT ONE THAT HAD PLATEAUED IN TERMS OF ITS GROWTH.))
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OUT Q=of its growth.


Many a sermon has been delivered from the pulpit. Today, Dr. Fuller recalls that very first one.
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IN Q=Here I was, eighteen...

((HERE I WAS EIGHTEEN YEARS OLD, SCARED TO DEATH AND I PREACHED TO THE STAFF. TWO HUNDRED TO TWO HUNDRED, FIFTY PEOPLE. AND EVEN THOUGH I WAS NERVOUS AND NO EARTHLY IDEA HOW TO FORMULATE A SERMON. AS I DID IT, I ENJOYED IT. IT WAS FULFILLING.))
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OUT Q=was fulling.


First Baptist Church was 2000 members strong when the Fullers arrived. Today, they've almost tripled in membership.
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IN Q=Were you ever...

((Were you ever afraid--in the early years--the church was getting too big? CHARLES FULLER: I DON'T KNOW I EVER HAD A FEAR OF IT GETTING TOO BIG. BUT I THINK THE FEAR I HAD WAS THE DREAMS I HAD AND THE IDEAS THAT CAME TO MY MIND FOR THIS CHURCH WERE PERHAPS PRE-MATURE AHEAD OF THE CHURCHES CAPACITY TO MEET THEM.))
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((Coming up tomorrow, a look at the growing year of First Baptist Church. From the educational wing to the Family Life Center and the Worship Center.))))
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S-College


ANCHOR=Mike
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WRITER=Mike
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=NONE


Highlights from today's league championship series games in both leagues, plus Steve Mason has hits the hoop for this week's edition of Hometown Hoops Weekly.
Also, surgery for Ace and life with the Mast's, but first
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College football is king on Your Hometown Station this Saturday as Number one Florida hosts Number 12 LSU in a Noon kickoff from the swamp in Gainesville.
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Then at 3:30 third ranked Florida State travels to Miami to battle the sixth ranked Hurricanes in an ACC-Big East showdown.
And from all indications the Canes are for real.
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S-Bowden


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB96-1
GRAPHIC=NONE
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SOT
IN Q="This team...

((BOBBY BOWDEN/FLORIDA STATE HEAD COACH:))
SUPER=01-Bobby Bowden/Florida State Head Coach;:00
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OUT Q=...going in."
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take a break

S-Braves


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-19
GRAPHIC=BRAVES/CARDS


The Atlanta Braves were able to win last night at home, as well.
Atlanta beat the St. Louis 4-to-2 in game of the National League championship series.
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SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA/FOX; :00


Mark Lemke and Javy Lopez each came through with two run singles.
Lemke's hit would plate Jeff Blauser and Marquis Grissom to give the Braves a 2-to-1 lead.
Lemke would score the eventual game winning run in the eight.
SUPER=35-St. Louis/2/Atlanta/4;


John Smoltz got the win, Mark Wohlers the save and game two is set for tonight at 8.
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S-Orioles


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-20
GRAPHIC=ORIOLES/YANKEES


The Baltimore Orioles lost game on the ALCS to New York last night 5-to-4 in 11 innings, in a game that was marred by controversy.
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With the O's on top 4-to-3 in the 8th inning Derek Jeter hits this long shot to right field, Tony Tarasco gets in position to make the play but a young fan reaches down and catches the ball.
Tarasco and the Orioles would protest vigorously, but umpire Rich Garcia ruled it a homer.
As you can see had the fan not touched it, the ball would have hit the wall.
As it turned out Bernie Williams SUPER=35-Baltimore/4/New York/5/11 Innings;

ended the mayhem in the 11th with a solo homer off Randy Myers as the Yankees beat the Orioles 5-to-4 in 11.
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S-Hoops


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=GIRL-96
GRAPHIC=HOMETOWN HOOPS


Hometown Hoops Weekly is back tonight, and this evening Steve Mason sets up shop in the refurbished Jefferson Hugh Gym with a look at some programs and players who have been making like Magicians themselves this season.
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((STEVE MASON/WE START WEEK 7 IN THE SINGLE A RANKS. FLOYD COUNTY CONTINUES TO RAGE IN THE THREE RIVERS DISTRICT, BUT THE LADY SHAWNEES ARE GIVING THE LADY BUFFALOES A RUN FOR THEIR MONEY.
Floyd beat Shawsville 56-45 last night to remain undefeated and a top the district but the lady Shawnees are a force at 10 and 3. ((:))
Super soph Megan Forester's 25.3 points per game average leads the district ((:))
Radford's Charlie Taylor scored her 1000th point October 3rd. She is second in district scoring with a 23 points per game average.
6 foot 1 center Katie Hardbarger leads the Pioneer in scoring, knocking down about 19 points a game. The junior is also averaging 12 boards a pop as well.
The Lady Chargers are tied with James River for third place in the Pioneer. 4 returning starters should help the Lady Knights cause. ((:)) ((:))
In double A, William Campbell is 4 and OH and leads the Dogwood District under 1st year coach Kim Simmons, who left Jefferson Forest to join the Lady generals.
Tunstall is in second place, thanks in large part to guard melissa Dixon, who hit the milineum point mark last week against Martinsville.
Northside's win over salem last night keeps the lady Vikings in a three way tie with Botetourt and Byrd in the Blue Ridge. ((MARYLIN BUSSEY:))
That's a wrap for week 7, For Hometown Hoops Weekly, Steve Mason, News 7 sports.)) ((
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S-Ace


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6=15
GRAPHIC=TECH HOOPS

If things really do come in 3's, the star of the Tech baseball team better run for cover. On Monday, football star Cornell Brown had his knee scoped,
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00


And now basketball star Ace Custis is scheduled to undergo arthroscopic knee surgery on his knee today at Montgomery Regional hospital.
The senior forward hurt his LEFT knee on September 19th during a conditioning drill, but at the time it was thought to be just a lateral sprain. However, increased swelling has forced DOCTORS to opt for surgery. Ace could be ready for practice in a just two weeks if all goes well.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#none
GRAPHIC=EXPRESS CAMP

The Roanoke Express played an exhibition game in Richmond last night and lost to the Renegades 8-to-2. But keep in mind Dave Stewart was the only regular to play as frank Anzalone continues to evaluate the new talent. The Express has home exhibition games at the Roundhouse on Friday and Sunday.

S-NHL


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S6-21
GRAPHIC=NHL


There was a big trade in the NHL yesterday as the Hartford Whalers sent Brendan Shanahan and Brian Glynn to Detroit red Wings in exchange for Keith Primeau, Paul Coffey and first round pick.
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SUPER=03-Detroit, MI/Oilers vs. Red Wings; :00


And what would Shanahan do in his Motown debut? Go up side someone's head of course, much to the delight of the home fans.
They also would like Chris Osgood's SUPER=31-Edmonton/0/Detroit/2;

goaltending and Vyacheslav Kozlov's scoring as the Red Wings win it 2-to-nothing.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


Still to come tonight we'll head down to Rockbridge County
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and take a look in Rick Mast's crib where he and wife Sharon have new additions to their family, one week old twin girls.
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S-Mast


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#ST5-23
GRAPHIC=RICK MAST


Instead of racing on the Winston Cup circuit this week, Rick Mast is making tracks inside his Rockbridge Baths home.
The arrival of two new family members has Mast and his wife Sharon hopping.
Roy Stanley dropped in on the couple yesterday as their new twin girls celebrated their first week of life.
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SUPER=01-Rick Mast/Proud Papa; :31
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OUT Q=....news 7 sports."
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((On October second, Rick and Sharon became the proud parents of twin girls, Sarah and Katy.
They knew the delivery date but Sharon's biggest concern was getting Rick away from the race track and by her side for the delivery.)) ((SHARON MAST: )) ((RICK MAST/DRIVER HOOTERS PONTIAC: )) ((ROY STANDUP: ))
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Cheese-Sandwich


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=NONE


If you like grilled cheese-
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SUPER=03-New York City;


you'll want to take a bite out of this sandwich- it's the largest Grilled Cheese Sandwich ever-
32 thousand slices of American cheese went into this sandwich.
No picking it up though. This sandwich measures 11 by eleven feet and weighs about 3-thousand pounds.
It's Kraft foods way of introducting its new 2 percent Milk- Reduced Fat Cheese slices.
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That's News 7 at 11.
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Primetime Board Be sure to join us tomorrow night at 10 on WEFC for News 7 Primetime.
And then again here on your Hometown Station for News 7 at 11. (----------------)