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Coming up next on News 7 at 11...
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Should troops go in or stay out of Zaire and Rwanda? Aid workers say yes, rebel fighters say no.
A homemade bomb was discovered on board a U.S. aircraft carrier
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And one school says it's going to make it's tall dormitories safer.
News 7 at 11 is next.

Rwanda


ANCHOR=Eric
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The leader of rebels in Zaire says the U-S and its allies shouldn't bother.
Laurent Kabila says the international relief effort that's being planned for Rwandan refugees is pointless.
He's worried that the multi-national forces in eastern Zaire could stand in the way of his effort to topple the government of that country.
Kimberly Dozier reports.
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SUPER=01-Ray Wilkinson/United Nations; :17
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SUPER=01-Kimberly Dozier/Reporting; 1:15
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(( Battling starvation and disease, thousands of refugees continue to cross into Rwanda, fleeing the fighting in neighbouring Zaire.
But aid agencies believe hundreds of thousands more are still trapped there, with little or no access to food, water or shelter.
RAY WILKINSON, UNHCR, RWANDA: "THE PEOPLE OVER THERE, WE CAN'T DO ANYTHING FOR, BECAUSE WE DON'T KNOW WHERE THEY ARE, WE DON'T KNOW HOW BAD THEY ARE, AND IT'S THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE THE BIG QUESTION MARK."
Forward units of a multinational force, whose mission will be to help deliver aid to the missing refugees, have set up a base in the area.
After weeks of wrangling, more than twenty countries, including the U.S., agreed to send a total of two-thousand troops -- far fewer than the originally planned ten-thousand.
But the man who will lead the mission, General Maurice Baril of Canada, has already come up against stiff opposition.
Local governments fear the multinational force may overstay its welcome.
Leaders of the warring factions, meanwhile, fear foreign ground troops could loosen their hold on the region.
They say they've convinced General Baril THEY could help deliver the aid.
LAURENT KABILA, TUTSI REBEL LEADER: "THERE IS NO NEED FOR GROUND TROOPS TO COME HERE, AND HE ADMITTED THERE WERE NO NEED ANYMORE."
But relief agencies have little confidence in the rebels.
They say without an armed multinational force, aid may not reach the refugees, until it's too late.
Kimberly Dozier for CBS News, London.)) wipe/wipe/wipe

Navy-Bomb


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VO-NAT 20:04:44
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The Navy says a small homemade bomb was found aboard an aircraft carrier and defused.
It happened early today aboard the U-S-S Constellation, which was moored at San Diego's North Island Naval Air Station.
A Navy spokesman says a security patrolman on his rounds found the device in a crew living area.
The bomb was described by people on the scene as no larger than a Coke can.
An explosives team was called in and defused the bomb.
No arrests have been made and the incident is under investigation.
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Louisiana-Tornado


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
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Tornadoes have left at least two people dead as violent weather has ripped the South.
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In the northern Louisiana town of Simsboro, a tornado knocked a four-foot-wide tree onto a truck, killing two of the three men inside.
With power lines down, electricity was knocked out, as was the town's water supply.
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((WITNESS: IT WAS VERY FAST. YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE. YOU'RE THERE. IT'S RAINING HARD AND THEN IT'S OVER. IT;S JUST WHAT HAPPENS.))
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A sheriff's deputy says it'll be morning before authorities can survey the damage.
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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=Tornado


A tornado in the northwestern Florida town of Milton has left several injuries and damaged homes.
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The storms also left up to about three inches of rain in Mississippi and nearly a foot of snow in northern Texas.

Columbia


ANCHOR=Eric
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Two scheduled spacewalks for shuttle Columbia astronauts were cancelled today because they couldn't get the door open.
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The hatched in the cargo bay jammed and astronauts couldn't get it free.
The spacewalks were cancelled because NASA was afraid if they did manage to get the hatch open, they wouldn't be able to close it... leaving the astronauts stranded and running out of air.
Engineers will check out the problem once Columbia is back on the ground.
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Mars


ANCHOR=Eric
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SUPER=04-NASA Animation;


A new mission to mars will blast off on Monday.
If the weather cooperates, Pathfinder will search for signs of life on the red planet.
Pathfinder is the first of a new generation of small, relatively low cost spacecraft.
This one contains a rover, that will explore the martian landscape.
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((TONY SPEARS, MISSION DIRECTOR; WE'RE THE FIRST TO BRING A ROBER TO MARS WHICH EXTENDS OUR ABILITY TO TOUCH THOSE ROCKS AND LEARN ABOUT THE EVOLUTION OF MARS.))
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Pathfinder will be the first craft to land on the martian surface in nearly 20 years.
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HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Eric
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Still to come on News 7 at 11--
The Pope has formally kicked off the Catholic Church's preparations to celebrate the year 2000.
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and Roanoke residents may soon find someone else taking out their trash.
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ANCHOR=Kimberly


All the rain this weekend may cause some flooding problems in low- lying areas.
Most of the viewing area is under a flood watch through tomorrow morning--
The moisture's streaming up from the Gulf-- and that means these light to moderate showers will continue.
Let's check out how much rain we've gotten so far... Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
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Dorm-Fire


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Longwood College has decided to install fire sprinkler systems in all of its dormitories.
The move comes after The Associated Press reported Wednesday that 13 high-rise dorms on six Virginia campuses do not have sprinkler systems in student living areas.
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The list includes:
Longwood College, Norfolk State University, Virginia Tech, Radford University, James Madison University and the University of Virginia.
Some the school's dormitories are too tall for fire rescue ladders to reach the top floors.
The colleges have been cited again and again by the state fire marshal for the same fire code violations.

Nichols


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Oklahoma bombing suspect Terry Nichols is appealing the government's decision to seek the death penalty in his trial.
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Nichols original suit against the death penalty was dismissed last May, but Nichol's lawyers are appealing that dismissal.
They say Attorney General Janet Reno is not following her own guidelines for when a death sentence is appropriate.
Nichols trial will follow the trial of fellow-suspect Timothy McVeigh, scheduled for the end of next March.
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Pope


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Pope John the Second says he's looking forward to leading the Roman Catholic Church into the third millennium.
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Today the pope formally launched the Church's preparations to celebrate the year 2000 and beyond, promising to be there himself "at God's pleasure".
He declared the year 2000 a jubilee year... a time of pilgrimage and celebration.
20 million people are expected to travel to Rome for the event.
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Trash


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 96-95
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With recent approval from three local governments, the Roanoke Valley Resource Authority is preparing to compete with private haulers.
Officials say they don't want to take that step, but have little choice as local garbage is carried out of state.
And tonight, Joe Dashiell reports, there appears to be little hope for a compromise.
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((When Roanoke City, Roanoke County and the town of Vinton collaborated on the Smith Gap landfill, they built a state- of- the- art facility.
But meeting tough environmental standards, and building a transfer station served by rail carried a price... more than 30- million dollars.
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((JOHN HUBBARD/ROANOKE VALLEY RESOURCE AUTH.: WE'VE BUILT IT WITH TAX DOLLARS TO SERVE THE ROANOKE VALLEY FOR 60 TO 70 YEARS, AND I THINK IT'S IMPORTANT THAT THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY SUPPORT THE FACILITIES THAT WERE BUILT TO SERVE THEM.))
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But some of the area's commercial trash haulers say it's not that simple.
Following a 1994 Supreme Court ruling that removed barriers to the transportation of trash, private haulers say they must find the lowest disposal cost to compete.
BFI Waste Systems became the first hauler in the Roanoke Valley to take its refuse elsewhere, taking advantage of lower tipping fees at a company landfill in Tennessee.
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((SCOTT AXELSON/BFI WASTE SYSTEMS: IF IT WASN'T US, IT WOULD HAVE BEEN SOMEONE ELSE. WE WERE THE FIRST ONES OFFICIALLY OUT OF THE VALLEY. WE TOOK THE STANCE AT THAT TIME THAT WE NEEDED TO DO THAT. THE 55 A TON IS ONE OF THE HIGHEST FIGURES IN VIRGHINIA. IN LIGHT OF THAT, YOU HAVE DISPOAL OPTIONS RIGHT DOWN THE ROAD THAT ARE IN THE MID- 20S TO THIRTY DOLLARS A TON.))
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BFI's decision is diverting more than 100 tons of garbage a day from the Smith Gap Landfill, and making it more difficult to pay off the debt.
The Resource Authority hopes it can persuade commercial customers to return, but with no compromise on the horizon, officials say they will compete with the private sector to collect that waste.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))
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Soft Music Under
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Up next on the newscast,
An old garage is being used as a hangout for teens.
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and if you're looking for a unique holiday gift...you may want to head over to this gallery in Daleville.
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180-CLUB


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The Straight Street Teen Center has done a 1-80.
The teen hangout has been through some changes over the years, including a new location and a new name.
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Organizers moved the center into its new home this summer.
Since then the old garage has under gone a transformation.
Teenagers and business leaders did most of the work and when the center
re-opened it did so under a new name---The 180 Club.
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((NIKKI SELVEY/14 YEARS OLD: YOU CAN PLAY GAMES. YOU CAN ROLLERBLADE. PLAY VIDEO GAMES, POOL TABLES, PING PONG TABLES. IT'S A LOT OF FUN.)) ((JANELLE ANDERSON/THE 180 CLUB: ACCEPT THEM THE WAY THEY ARE. HAVE A FUN PLACE. THEY LIKE EXCITEMENT, THEY LIKE TO GO WHERE THEY CAN BE SEEN AND MEET UP WITH THEIR FRIENDS. ONCE WE GET THEM TO COME REGULARLY THEN WE CAN SPEAK IN THEIR LIVES.)) ((BRAD ANTON/16 YEARS OLD: IT'S NOT CHURCH AND SOMEBODY'S NOT PREACHING TO YOU WHAT TO DO AND WHAT NOT TO DO. YOU CAN JUST COME AND HANGOUT AND HAVE FUN AND BE YOURSELF.))
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SUPER=01-Brad Anton/16 Years Old; :25
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The center charges a three dollar admission fee, but still depends on donations from the community and businesses.
The 180 Club is looking for a grant to help start up an after school program.
The center is also in need of computers, books and board games.
Currently the club is only open on weekends, but organizers hope to expand those hours in the future.
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INDIAN


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WRITER=Dal
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The Amerind (AM-er-IND) Gallery in Daleville is offering a little protection, luck and power.
Actually the gallery is featuring Zuni Carvings and Fetishes this weekend.
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SUPER=03-Daleville;


These carvings and fetish necklaces were made by the peoples of the Zuni Pueblo.
All the stones are hand carved in great detail.
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((LINDA ANDERSON/AMERIND GALLERY: THEY'LL SEE A ROCK OR A STONE AND THEY'LL SEE MEANING IN THAT AND THEN THEY'LL CARVE AND BRING OUT THE SPIRIT THEY FEEL IN THAT. FOR EXAMPLE THE BEAR REPRESENTS STRENGTH AND IT'S USED IN HEALING CEREMONIES.))
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The carvings shown here are not fetishes used in Zuni religious ceremonies.
The Zuni people made these "charm stones" specifically for galleries such as Amerind.
The Zuni Fetish exhibit runs through tomorrow.
The gallery features art and jewelry made by Native American artists from many different tribes.
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S-Salem


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
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The ugly conditions didn't stop the Salem Spartans from beating Grundy 7 to nothing to advance to the Division Four state championship.
Steve Mason has more from Tazewell High School.
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SUPER=01-Matt Anderson/Scored Overtime Touchdown; 1:19
SUPER=01-Willis White/Salem Head Coach; 1:32
SUPER=@Steve1; 1:42
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OUT Q=........news 7 sports."
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S-GW


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
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George Washington of Danville is headed to the Division 6 state championship game for the second year in a row.
This afternoon the Eagles outlasted Thomas Dale 7-to-nothing in the semi-finals.
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SUPER=03-Danville/Division 6 Semi-Final; :00


With the cold, rainy conditions the players had trouble staying loose today.
And they were extra tight because this game was scoreless in the fourth quarter.
Thomas Dale appeared to be headed to the endzone from the GW five. Mark Davis keeps the ball, but he is knocked for a loss by Tyrone Nunally, and the Knights ended up missing the field goal to keep things scoreless.
GW's defense would again have to save the day, as Davis's pass is picked off by Eric Candy inside the 20. Regulation would end in a scoreless tie and then game then went to overtime.
GW quarterback Chanston Rodgers would finally ice the game with the eight yard run on their first possesion to
SUPER=36-Thomas Dale/0/G.W. Danville/7/Overtime;

make it 6-to-nothing.
Then Mike Riano would add the extra point as Danville beats Thomas Dale 7-to-nothing to stay unbeaten on the season.
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((CHANSTON RODGERS/SCORED GAME WINNING TD:)) ((ED MARTIN/GEORGE WASHINGTON HEAD COACH:))
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SUPER=01-Ed Martin/George Washington Head Coach; :09
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ANCHOR=Mike
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GW will play for the state title on the road next Saturday against Chantilly.

S-Giles


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
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GRAPHIC=Giles/Powell Valley


Giles stayed unbeaten and also delivered a little pay back by beating Powell Valley, the team that knocked them out of the playoffs last year, in the Division Two semi-finals.
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SUPER=03-Pearisburg/Division 2 Semi-Finals; :00

The defending State Champs came to Pearisburg hoping to keep their heads above water.
The Vikings looked hot in their opening drive. On their first play of the game Julius Jones, Thomas Jones younger brother, takes the handoff and streaks down the left sideline 77 yards, untouched for the touchdown to make it 7-to-nothing. That was the score at halftime.
Giles would comeback halfway through the third as Chris Ratcliffe goes right around end picking up 6 yards for the touchdown. But the two point conversion failed and Giles still trailed by one.
The Spartans would finally go on top for good a minute and half into the fourth quarter as Ratcliffe hooks with Chris Bales on an 11 yard touchdown pass
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to put Giles on top 12-to-7.
This time Giles would convert the conversion and get the win as they beat POwell Valley 14-to-7.
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((STEVE RAGSDALE/GILES HEAD COACH:))
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ANCHOR=Roy
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Giles will play on the road next Saturday for the title against Powahatan.

S-Gate


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Brookville will play for a state championship for the first time since 1988, after a thrilling 13 to 12 rain soaked win over previously unbeaten Gate City.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Campbell Co./Division 3 Semi-Finals;


The visiting Blue Devils seemed pretty confident about things before kickoff, but the Bees trotted onto the soggy turf with some different plans.
Brookville felt 'blue' early on. Gate City puts 6 foot 9 Josh Shoemaker at wideout, and Matt Osborne lobs the alley-oop into the end zone for a 14 yard TD. The PAT failed and the Blue Devils led 6-nothing.
Brookville came right back. Jason Brown hits big James Lomax who rumbles and stumbles 64 yards to paydirt to tie things up at 6 in the second quarter.
Then just before the half, Brown hits Lomax again for a 6 yard strike and the Bees took a 13-6 lead to the lockerroom at halftime.
It would stay that way until late in the 4th. Shoemaker scrambles and finally finds Brandon Seaver in the endzone with just over 5 minutes to go. But another botched extra point left Brrokville with a 1 point lead.
The Devils had one more shot. But SUPER=36-Brookville/13/Gate City/12; :

Lomax is "Johnny on the spot" with the INT and Brookville holds on for a 13-12 win.
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((MARK LINEBURG/BROOKVILLE HEAD COACH: ))
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ANCHOR=Roy
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Brookville will be on the road next week at James Monroe.

S-Rural


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
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The only Friday Football Extra team that failed to come through with a win today was Rural Retreat.
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SUPER=03-Big Stone Gap/Division 1 Semi-Final; :00


The Indians were completely dominated by Appalachia as Sam Sellan scores on the four yard TD run to make it 7-to-nothing Appalachia.
Then Quarterback Travis Turner passes to Sellan over the middle for another score.
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Appalachia outgains Rural Retreat 337 yards to 38, as the Bulldogs post a 46-to-nothing win.
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S-College


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Big East


A couple of notes from college football Miami's 38 to 31 win over Syracuse leaves the Canes, Orangemen and Virginia Tech sharing the conference title.
Because Tech has the better rating the tie should put the Hokies in the Orange Bowl.
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And Florida State is in the Sugar Bowl after beating Florida 24 to 21.
The win should also move the Seminoles to number one in the football polls.

Sports Tease


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WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Tease
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And coming up, The Express was at the Roundhouse tonight looking for pay back against the Hampton Road Admirals.
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And Virginia made a successful trip to Northern Virginia this afternoon beating George Mason.
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S-UVA


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#VB97-1
GRAPHIC=UVA Hoops


The Virginia Cavaliers were on the hardwood this afternoon taking on George Mason in Northern Virginia.
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SUPER=03-Fairfax/HTS; :


Jeff Jones and the Cavs trying to get back after a loss to Kansas.
U-V-A guard Harold Deane gets it started when he pulls up and hits the three pointer to make it 10 to 4.
The next time down the floor Monte Marcaccini comes through with another three pointer as the Cavaliers began to pull away.
George Mason broke a drought when Langley comes through with this three pointer from the top of the key.
But Virginia was too strong down SUPER=33-Virginia/106/George

Mason/93/;the stretch in the second half and the Cavaliers go on to win it 106 to 93.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#ICE-96
GRAPHIC=Express/Admirals


After beating the Express last night in Norfolk, Hampton Roads showed up at the Roundhouse tonight ready to make it 2 in a row.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Roanoke vs Hampton; :


And head coach Frank Anzalone watched his team fall behind in the first period.
Hampton's Rod Taylor makes a nice wrap-around pass to Alain Savage for the goal and a one to nothing Admirals lead.
Then Taylor scores one of his own he shoots the puck it hits Dave Gagnon's stick and goes over his shoulder into the net for the score.
But Roanoke rallied Jeff Cowan takes a shot on the break-away he misses but Chris Lipsett knocks it in on the rebound.
Jeff Jablonski comes right back he SUPER=38-Roanoke/4/Hampton/3/;pulls

the puck out of the corner and makes a nice move to score the goal but Hampton goes on to win the game in a shootout 4 to 3.
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On-Record


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NEWSCAST=11pm
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Party lines are drawn as the fight for State Senate Majority heats up.
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Tomorrow morning, on the next edition of On Record, Republican Allen Dudley and Democrat Roscoe Reynolds square off for the first time... in a bid to capture Virgil Goode's vacated state senate seat.
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IN Q=Comments

((DEL. ALLEN DUDLEY/R- STATE SENATE CANDIDATE: COMMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE BY OUR LT. GOVERNOR THAT SAID WITH VIRGIL GOODE IN THE STATE SENATE, HE ONLY GOT TO VOTE EIGHT TIMES. WITH ROSCOE REYNOLDS HE'D GET TO VOTE TWO HUNDRED TIMES.
DEL. ROSCOE REYNOLDS/D- STATE SENATE CANDIDATE: HE'S VERY CONCERNED THAT IF THERE'S A 21-19 MAJORITY, THERE WILL BE MANY MORE TIE VOTES BECAUSE IT WILL PUT HIM IN A VERY DIFFICULT POSITION. YOU MISQUOTED THE LT. GOVERNOR.
DUDLEY: I READ IT IN THE LYNCHBURG PAPER. THAT'S ALL I KNOW. ))
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SUPER=01-Del. Roscoe Reynolds/(D) State Senate Candidate; :16
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Join Scott Prince tomorrow morning at 11 for On Record... right here on your Hometown Station, WDBJ-7.

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