23:00-01

News-head

ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#Heads
GRAPHIC=


Coming up next on News 7 at 11...
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VO-NAT


Deputies in Montgomery County call off the search for a man charged with kidnapping.
Four bombs in seven months have Atlanta police concerned about a serial bomber.
And Tonya Harding returns to the ice in Reno.
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ANCHOR=Eric
SS=


News 7 at 11 is next.

Search


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 97-1
GRAPHIC=None


Authorities are still looking for a man who allegedly abducted his former girlfriend.
31-year-old Robert Wayne Hickson was last seen in the Bradshaw Road section of Montgomery County this afternoon.
And officials believe he's armed and dangerous.
Witnesses say Hickson abducted Rebecca L. Hicks from a Roanoke City apartment Thursday night.
Denise Allen has more.
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SOT
IN Q=Tracking dogs
SUPER=03-Montgomery Co.; :00
SUPER=01-Doug Marrs/Montgomery Co. Sheriff; :16
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :28
SUPER=01-Betty Hickson/Robert's Mother; 1:02
SUPER=@Denise2; 1:22
RUNS=1:35
OUT Q=News 7

(( Tracking dogs and tact teams from Montgomery County, the State Police and Virginia Tech searched this mountain near Bradshaw Road in Montgomery County.
A state police chopper lended support by air.
They're looking for Robert Wayne Hickson who's wanted in Roanoke City on abduction charges.
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SOT tape 2 16:59:44
IN Q=WE HAVE NOT

((SHERIFF DOUG MARRS/MONTGOMERY COUNTY: WE HAVE NOT CONFIRMED AND NO ONE HAS SEEN REBECCA L. HICKS HERE SO WE DON'T KNOW WHETHER HE HAS ACTUALLY HAD HER WITH HIM.))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=HER WITH HIM


It started at 716 Fourth Street around 8-30 Thursday night.
Witnesses told the Roanoke City Police that Hickson had taken his former girlfriend at gun point and assaulted several others in the process.
Hicks has not been seen since.
The sheriff's department received a tip early this morning that Hickson was in Montgomery County.
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SOT tape 3 7:41:46
IN Q=THE DOG TRACKED

((THE DOG TRACKED HIM UP IN THE MOUNTAIN AND THERE WAS LIKE AN OLD CABIN BACK UP IN THE MOUNTAIN. BUT HE WASN'T IN THE CABIN.))
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OUT Q=IN THE CABIN


Hickson's mother says her son is not armed and he has done nothing wrong.
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SOT TAPE 2 17:06:24
IN Q=SHE WENT ON

((BETTY HICKSON/ROBERT'S MOTHER: SHE WENT ON HER OWN WILL. THAT'S WHAT I UNDERSTAND. THEY SAY EVERYBODY ELSE GETS OUT OF CONTROL. AND THEY'RE OUT OF CONTROL. THE POLICE ARE.))
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=THE POLICE ARE


Rebecca Hicks' mother declined to talk on camera, but she says her daughter left the relationship because of abuse.
The sheriff says they will continue to patrol the area in search of Hickson.
Denise Allen News 7.))

XGR


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE# 96-101
GRAPHIC=Session 97


The work of the 1997 Virginia General Assembly is done.
But the work of the Governor is just beginning.
A long, and at times ugly fight over a Virginia Supreme Court justice ended in his lap tonight.
Ellen Qualls reports.
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SOT
IN Q=The 11th hour
SUPER=03-Richmond; :00
SUPER=@Ellen1; :37
SUPER=@Trumbo; :47
SUPER=@Cranwell; 1:16
SUPER=@Griffith; 1:38
SUPER=01-Del. Vince Callahan/(R) Fairfax; 1:50
RUNS=2:03
OUT Q=Qualls, News 7, Richmond.


(( The 11th hour of the fight over picking a new justice to the Virginia Supreme Court had already stretched into the second day.
And what a dark day it was.
With a 3pm deadline -- Republican Senators nominated Norfolk Southern attorney and former Roanoker Wiley Mitchell to the high court.
But the Democrats in the Senate walked out until two minutes before the House deadline. VO AT SATURDAY 02:14:32
Montgomery County Democrat Madison Marye told us his arms had been twisted so far by fellow Democrats, they were hanging limp by side.
But he voted for the former moderate Republican Senator -- one of four Democrats to help make Mitchell the Senate's choice.
Bad news for House Majority Leader Dick Cranwell of Roanoke County.
Cranwell's faced Mitchell over 200 times in his private law practice -- suing Norfolk Southern on behalf of injured workers.
sot SATURDAY ONE 02:52;29

((SEN. BO TRUMBO: AND I DON'T BELIEVE EVEN DELEGATE CRANWELL COULD DENY WILEY MITCHELL'S ABILITIES IN THE COURTROOM. THEY'VE FACED EACH OTHER NUMEROUS TIMES. IN FACT THAT MAY BE WHY HE'S KIND OF CONCERNED ABOUT HAVING HIM ON THE COURT. BUT THAT'S MORE OF A PERSONAL MATTER, AND I DON'T THINK THAT SHOULD BE INVOLVED IN THE DISCUSSION.))
runs=:19


So Cranwell took to the floor of the House to remind Republicans how they'd rejected a qualified African American woman -- Richmond Judge Margaret Spencer -- as well as a diverse group of other nominees.
SOT EARL TAPE 15:17:12 (03:14:44VIDEO)

((DEL. DICK CRANWELL: DO YOU KNOW WHY THEY WERE ALL REJECTED? BECAUSE THEY DIDN'T DRINK FROM THE VALUED CUP OF REPUBLICAN WATER. AND NOW YOU COME BACK AND SAY-- NOW YOU COME BACK AND SAY--booing ensues. DEL. TOM MOSS: THIS HOUSE WILL BE IN ORDER. WE'LL HAVE THE SERGEANT AT ARMS TAKE ACTION IF NOT THE CAPITOL POLICE.))
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sot EARL TAPE 15:28:43

((DEL. MORGAN GRIFFITH: DON'T DRAPE YOURSELVES IN THIS CLOAK OF SOMEHOW WE'RE DOING EVERYTHING RIGHT AND SOMEHOW, YOU'RE DOING EVERYTHING ON PARTY POLITICS BECAUSE EACH AND EVERY ONE OF US KNOWS THE TRUTH.))
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sot EARL TAPE 15:29:39

((DEL. VINCE CALLAHAN: BUT WHAT I AM APPALLED BY, DISGUSTED BY, AND SHOCKED BY IS THIS RACIAL CARD BEING PLAYED.))
runs=:08


It's the last great battle of the 1997 session.
Ellen Qualls, News 7, Richmond.))

Bombing


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
TAPE# net
GRAPHIC=Bombing


Atlanta's mayor says the city is "dealing with a deranged killer."
Last night's bombing at a crowded nightclub is the fourth in the city in seven months.
Nobody was killed last night, but five people were injured.
Officials say a serial bomber may be to blame.
Liz Mullen reports.
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SOT 20:01:08
IN Q=The investigation
SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA; :00
SUPER=01-Tonya Wolford/Witness; :17
SUPER=01-Woody Johnson/FBI; :30
SUPER=01-Elizabeth Birch/Human Rights Campaign; 1:29
SUPER=01-Liz Mullen/Reporting; 1:35
RUNS=1:46
OUT Q=news, Atlanta.

(( The investigation is in full swing into the explosion at a gay and lesbian nightclub Friday night in Atlanta.
The bomb exploded -- spraying nails into the air and injuring at least five people.
There were close to one hundred-fifty people at the club.
TONYA WOLFORD/EYEWITNESS: EXPLOSION HAPPENED...RED FLASH...
After the explosion authorities found another bomb in a backpack which they detonated by a remote-controlled robot.
WOODY JOHNSON/FBI..SUSPECT WE MAY HAVE A SERIAL BOMBER...
This is the fourth blast in Atlanta in the past 7 months.
The olympic centennial park explosion happened last July.
One person died in that explosion and over a hundred people were injured.
In January two explosions occurred at an abortion clinic.
The second explosion was apparently set to explode when investigators arrived at the scene.
Investigators believe Friday's blast could be related to the other bombings.
The olympic park and the northside abortion clinic bombings involved nails used as shrapnel.
Like the olympic park bombing this explosive device was in a backpack.
Also -- at the nightclub there was a second bomb planted -- as there was at the abortion clinic bombings.
Members of the gay and lesbian community have announced their outrage at what they say could be considered a hate crime.
ELIZABETH BIRCH/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR/HUMAN RIGHTS CAMPAIGN:
The A-T-F and F-B-I are now in charge of the investigation -- and hopefully they will soon have some answers to what could continue to be a puzzling problem in Atlanta.
Liz Mullen CBS News Atlanta ))
Tease#1

HARD MUSIC UNDER
ANCHOR=Eric
SS=NONE


Still to come on News 7 at Six-- Secretary of State Madeline Albright says the U-S remains committed to peace on the Korean Peninsula.
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VO-NAT


And a Christiansburg Lowes store faces a 750-thousand dollar lawsuit over an outbreak of Legionnaires Disease.
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ANCHOR=Andrew


We started the day out in the 60s throughout the region, but as a cold front moved from west to east, things got windy and temperatures dropped about 15 degrees.
Expect temperatures to drop back to normal for the work week after an early taste of spring last week.
But first, todays highs and lows... wx ad lib Roll Lake Level MUSIC UP FULL
COMM#1


Denj-Xiaoping


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=None


The body of Chinese leader Deng-Xiaoping will be cremated tomorrow.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bejing;


Soldiers rehearsed for the private ceremony today, while elsewhere tributes continued to arrive from around the globe.
His funeral will be held on Tuesday.
Chinese President Jiang Zemin (jang zemEEN) says the communist party will is determined to turn grief into strength, and continue to hold Deng's ideals high.
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Albright


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#net
GRAPHIC=None


Secretary of State Madeleine Albright spent the day in South Korea, as part of an 11 day international trip.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Seoul, South Korea;


Albright met with South Korean president Kim Young-sam.
After the meeting, she said an agreement to provide energy to North Korea in return for a nuclear weapons freeze must stay on schedule.
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SOT 15:05:13
IN Q=Preserving peace

((MADELEINE ALBRIGHT/SECRETARY OF STATE; PRESERVING PEACE ON THE PENINSULA IS AT THE TOP OF OUR COMMON AGENDA WITH THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA. OUR COMMITTMENT IS EMBODIED BY 37 THOUSAND U.S. TROOPS HERE AND A TOTAL OF 100 THOUSAND IN THE REGION AND IN OUR DIPLOMATIC EFFORTS.))
SUPER=01-Madeleine Albright/Secretary Of State;
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=diplomatic efforts
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VO-NAT


Albright said North Korea's willingness to cooperate, could depend on the severity of an on-going food shortage.
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March


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-104
GRAPHIC=None


More than 150 community members marched down Main Street in Bedford for the first annual "Thousand Man" march.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford;


The day's events began with speeches by N-Double-A-C-P leaders and government officials at the Bedford National Guard Armory.
Organizers say the focus of the march was on the individual.
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SOT
IN Q=WE'RE CONCERNED ABOUT

(( REV. I.L. WARD/BEDFORD NAACP PRESIDENT; WE'RE CONCERNED ABOUT THE MANY FAMILIES THAT HAVE ONLY ONE PARENT. WE'RE CONCERNED ABOUT MEN WHO ARE NEGLECTING THEIR RESPONSIBILITY. WE HOPE TO TURN SOME YOUNG MAN AROUND. IF WE CAN TURN JUST ONE AROUND IT'S BEEN WORTH IT. ))
SUPER=01-Rev. I.L. Ward/Bedford NAACP President;
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=BEEN WORTH IT.
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Reverend Ward says marches like this one are not just valuable as protests.
They also show that people are genuinely concerned about what's happening in their community.
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Legionnaires


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#96-108
GRAPHIC=Legionnaires


A Shawsville man who survived a bout with Legionnaires disease last fall is suing the Christiansburg Lowes store.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Christiansburg/November;


Health officials say a hot tub display in the store infected 20 people with the disease, two of them died.
John Allen Kirk was one of the survivors.
He says Lowes should have know the hot tub display was unsafe.
He's suing the company for 750 thousand dollars.
A spokesperson for Lowes says the company doesn't comment on lawsuits.
Lowes no longer has hot tub displays at any of it's 390 stores.
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On-Record


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE# 96-106
GRAPHIC=AIDs


The AIDS epidemic is far from over, but new drugs are offering more hope for patients who are fighting the disease.
The past year has brought some of
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VO-NAT

the best news since the start of the epidemic, with F- D- A approval of new drugs called Protease (PRO-tee-ace) inhibitors.
They are not a cure, but when used in combination with more established drugs, they appear to suppress the AIDS virus.
And patients here in western Virginia are benefitting.
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SOT
IN Q=And I've seen people

((DR. DOROTHY GARNER/INFECTIOUS DISEASES PHYSICIAN: AND I'VE SEEN PEOPLE GAIN WEIGHT. I'VE SEEN PEOPLE HAVE LESS OF THE OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS THAT DEVELOP DUE TO IMMUNE DYSFUNCTION THAT OCCURS BECAUSE OF THE HIV INFECTION AND I'VE SEEN PEOPLE DEFINITELY HAVE BETTER OVERALL HEALTH BECAUSE OF THE CONTROL OF THE HIV BY THE NEW DRUGS.))
SUPER=01-Dr. Dorothy Garner/Infectious Diseases Physician;
RUNS=:21
OUT Q=by the new drugs.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=


Doctors still have questions about the long- term effectiveness of the new drugs.
But with better treatments available, experts say prompt testing is important.
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SOT
IN Q=With all of these

((ROBERT MORROW/AIDS COUNCIL OF WESTERN VA.: WITH ALL THESE NEW DRUGS AND TREATMENT OPTIONS WE HAVE THREE DIFFERENT CLASSES OF DRUGS THAT ARE NOW AVAILABLE. MORE DRUGS ARE COMING OUT ALL OF THE TIME AND THE EARLIER A PERSON KNOWS THEIR HIV STATUS, THE MORE TREATMENT OPTIONS THEY WILL HAVE.))
SUPER=01-Robert Morrow/AIDS Council of Western Va.;
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=they will have.
ANCHOR=Eric
SS=On Record


To hear more about AIDS in western Virginia and the promise of these new treatments, watch the public affairs program On Record, tomorrow morning at Eleven.
Tease#2

Soft Music Under
ANCHOR=Eric
SS=none


Stay with us,
Tonya Harding may have got the cold shoulder from the U-S Figure Skating Association, but she returned to the ice tonight.
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VO-NAT

and local designers and models will strut their stuff tomorrow as high fashion hits the Hotel Roanoke.
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MUSIC UP FULL
COMM#2



Roanoke-Electric


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=lbe
TAPE# 96-110
GRAPHIC=Roanoke Electric Steel


It was an interesting year for Roanoke Electric Steel.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Tuesday;


The mini- mill told shareholders at its annual meeting that it faced a number of challenges during the past fiscal year.
SUPER=@File;


A multi- million- dollar addition disrupted production longer than expected, and an oversupply of steel deflated prices and impacted earnings.
C-E-O Don Smith says the effect of lower prices also carried into the first quarter of this year, during which earnings went down 34- percent.
But Smith points out the company fared better than a number of its peers.
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SOT 10:26:15
IN Q=Several

((DON SMITH/ROANOKE ELECTRIC STEEL CEO: SEVERAL MILLS WE'VE JUST SEEN IN THE PAST FIRST QUARTER REPORT, REPORTED LOSSES FOR THE FIRST QUARTER AND WE'VE REPORTED A VERY GOOD FIRST QUARTER COMPARED TO THAT.))
SUPER=01-Don Smith/Roanoke Electric Steel CEO;
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=to that.
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VO-NAT


Going ahead, Smith is optimistic about Roanoke Electric Steel's prospects.
He says prices for steel products will likely go up in March, and that should help the company's bottom line.
Smith added that Roanoke Electric Steel is just beginning to realize the efficiencies brought by the new additions at its main plant.
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Fashion-Show


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# 96-107
GRAPHIC=None


You expect to see fashion shows in New York City or Paris.
But tomorrow, fashion hits the Hotel Roanoke, thanks to Hair Attitude Hair Salon.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke/Last Night;


Greg Addison produces and choreographs the event every two years.
Local models and hair artists showcase the latest fashions during the show.
Then James Clay, a clothes designer for hollywood actors, choses the best local models to wear his fashions.
A large part of the program includes dance numbers.
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SOT 10:41:37 cover part of bite with b-roll
IN Q=WE CALL THEM

((GREG ADDISON/PRODUCER: WE CALL THEM THE H.A. BABIES, THE HAIR ATTITUDES, THE KIDS THAT COME HERE, THEY'RE GOING TO DO A MOTOWN REVIEW. WE HAVE GIRLS DRESS LIKE THE SUPREMES, MARTHA AND THE VANDELLAS. THEY'RE GOING TO BE LIP SYNCING TO MUSIC. WE HAVE THE JACKSON FIVE. WE HAVE ALL AGES. OUR YOUNGEST MODEL IS SIX AND OUR OLDEST MODEL IS IN HER SIXTIES.))
SUPER=01-Greg Addison/Producer;
RUNS=:26
OUT Q=IN HER SIXTIES
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VO-NAT


The show is at the Hotel Roanoke tomorrow night at seven.
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S-ODAC


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB97-2
GRAPHIC=ODAC LOGO


Roanoke College and Hampden-Sydney will open the Semi-Finals of the ODAC tournament tomorrow afternoon at the Salem Civic.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Salem/Roanoke vs Eastern Mennonite; :


Maroon head coach Page Moir setting up a play during a time out.
But Eastern Mennonite's Troy Gerber pulls up and hits the short jumper but the Royals trailed 65 to 50.
Roanoke comes back and attacks the basket Jason Bishop taking it to the hoop and knocking it in off the glass roanoke led 69 to 51.
The Maroons padded that lead in the SUPER=33-Roanoke/88/E.

Mennonite/63/;second half and Roanoke advances with the 88 to 63 win.
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SOT
IN Q="We came out

((PAGE MOIR/ROANOKE HEAD COACH: ))
SUPER=01-Page Moir/Roanoke Head Coach; :00
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=.....OF IT."
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VO-NAT (CONT.)
SUPER=04-Hampden-Sydney vs Randolph-Macon; :


Hampden-Sydney and Randolph Macon squared off in the second game.
The Yellow Jackets take the early lead when Joe Goldin drives to the hoop for the score.
The Tigers answered Chris Fox gets out on the wing and he pulls up and nails the jumper.
The two teams battled throughout
SUPER=33-Randolph-Macon/66/Hampden-Sydney/85/;the second half and

Hampden-Sydney gets the 85 to 66 victory and a shot at Roanoke tomorrow.
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S-Lynchburg


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB97-3
GRAPHIC=ODAC LOGO


Virginia Wesleyan and Lynchburg College opened the evening games at the Salem Civic Center tonight.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Salem/Virginia Wesleyan vs Lynchburg; :


Joe Davis and his Hornets looking for the win and a spot in the Semi's.
But Virginia Wesleyan got a quick start Barnard Hynson passes it inside to Jason Nickerson for the easy layup and the early lead.
The Hornets came right back Rodney Early drives to the hoop for the reverse layup he misses but Ray Moore puts it in for the basket.
Wesleyan again goes inside to SUPER=33-Virginia

Wesleyan/69/Lynchburg/72/;Nickerson and he scores off the glass but Lynchburg goes on to win the game 72 to 69.
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=Hold Logo


In the final game Bridgewater downed Emory and Henry 92 to 84.

S-UVA


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


In Charlottesville today, Tim Duncan had 21 points and 23 rebounds and he also became the A-C-C's all time shot blocker as Wake Forest downed Virginia 66 to 60.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Cavaliers vs Demon Deacons; :


Jeff Jones watching the action from the coaches box.
With less than two minutes left in the first half Ricky Peral gets the jam and the Deacons led 30 to 27.
But Harold Deane rallied the Cavaliers on this play he drives through the crowd and scores the layup the game was tied at 31 to 31 at the half.
Wake led by four to start the second half but Courtney Alexander's jumper made it a 44 to 42 Deacon lead.
The Deacons answered when Steve Goolsby took it outside for the three pointer Wake took the lead 47 to 42.
Wake Forest maintained that five point lead until Deane makes the steal
SUPER=33-Wake Forest/66/Virginia/60/;and scores the layup cutting the lead to

two but the Deacons hold on to win it 66 to 60.
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SOT
IN Q="Right now

((CURTIS STAPLES/13 POINTS: ))
SUPER=01-Curtis Staples/13 Points; :
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=.....Virginia Tech."
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S-Scores


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB97-4
GRAPHIC=NONE
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-College Park, MD/CBS SPORTS; :


In College Park this afternoon, The University of Maryland retired the jersey of Keith Booth.
But North Carolina's Antawan Jamison scored 29 and Serge Zwikker scored a career high 24 as the Tar Heels beat the Terps.
For all of the college scores lets check the boards.
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WIPE TO SCORES
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5027;
SUPER=0098-j/Wake Forest#4/66//Virginia/60///j/Roanoke/88//E. Mennonite/63///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-/Va. Wesleyan/69/j/Lynchburg/72////Emory &

Henry/84/j/Bridgewater/92///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/Averett/85//Shenandoah/74///j/Liberty/89//Radford/75///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/Richmond/77//JMU/71///j/American/85//William & Mary/67///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/N.C. State/75//Georgia Tech/51///j/ODU/85//George Mason/62///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/Hamp.-Sydney/85//Rand.-Macon/66///j/Kansas#1/78//Kansas

State/58///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/Minnesota/67//Illinois#23/66///j/Kentucky#3/82//Vanderbilt/79///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/Utah/56//Tulsa/54///j/Nebraska/74//Iowa State#7/69//OT/;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/South Carolina/69//Tennessee/58///j/Cincinnati/83//Depaul/54///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/UNC#12/93//Maryland#14/81///j/Washington/75//Stanford#20/61///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/Indiana#24/64//Northwestern/49///j/Arizona#24/74//Oregon

St./64///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/Louisville/75//S. Miss./72//OT/j/Xavier#16/79//LaSalle/67///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/C. Of
Charleston#22/94//Centenary/73////California/87/j/Washington St./87///;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0098-j/New Mexico#21/89//Hawaii/69///j/Colorado#21/84//Missouri/75///;
RUNS=1:10
OUT Q=....last score."


Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#Headline
GRAPHIC=NONE


And coming up, Rick Mast makes the lineup for tomorrow's Goodwrench 400 at the Rock.
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VO-NAT ENG#


And Mark Martin takes the checkered flag in the Busch race this afternoon at the North Carolina Motor Speedway.
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S-Mast


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-35
GRAPHIC=Rick Mast


Rick Mast and his new Butch Mock racing team has put The Daytona experience on the shelf.0.
The team was back at work yesterday preparing the Remington Arms Ford for tomorrow's Goodwrench 400 at the North Carolina Motor Speedway.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC; :


Its early in the racing season and Mast hasn't lost confidence in his new team.
That team was busy at Rockingham yesterday preparing the car for qualifying.
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SOT
IN Q="No Matter

((RICK MAST/REMINGTON ARMS FORD: ))
SUPER=01-Rick Mast/Remington Arms Ford; :
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=.........look at it."
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VO-NAT (CONT.)


Mast didn't get enough out of the car to make the top 25 in qualifying.
But this afternoon he turned in a speed of 153 point 722 miles per hour putting him in the 38-th starting position for tomorrow's race.
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SOT
IN Q="The car..

((MAST: ))
RUNS=:17
OUT Q=.....be alright."
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S-Qualifying


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S6-23
GRAPHIC=The Rock


The Skittles Pontiac of Derrike Cope captured the 26-th starting position today with a speed of 154 point 422 miles per hour.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC; :


Dale Earnhardt, The defending Goodwrench 400 champion, had a strong run today. His speed of 154 point 312 miles per hour puts him in the 27-th starting spot.
For the rest of the field lets check the boards.
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WIPE TO QUALIFYING
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5013;
SUPER=0107-26. Derrike Cope/154.422/27. Dale Earnhardt//28. Ted Musgrave//29.

Hut Stricklin//30. Darrell Waltrip//;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0107-31. Bobby Hillin//32. Ernie Irvan//33. Joe Nemechek//34. Dave

Marcis//35. Sterling Marlin//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-36. Greg Sacks//37. Dick Trickle//38. Rick Mast//39. Michael

Waltrip//40. Jimmy Spencer//;
SUPER=X5009;
SUPER=0107-41. Robby Gordon//42. Loy Allen//43. Bill Elliott//;
RUNS=:25
OUT Q=.....LAST CAR.
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S-Busch


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-1
GRAPHIC=The Rock


Mark Martin continues to dominate at the Rock. This afternoon Martin took the checkered flag winning the Goodwrench 200 Busch Grand National Race.
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Rockingham, NC/TNN SPORTS; :


Martin was the leader at the halfway point and with under 25 laps to go he pitted under caution for new tires.
On the restart with about 14 laps to go Dale Jarrett was the leader but Martin made a move on the final lap blowing by Jarrett to win his 27-th Busch Grand National Race.
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IN Q="This Little

((MARK MARTIN/GOODWRENCH 200 WINNER: )) ((DALE JARRETT/FINISHED SECOND: ))
SUPER=01-Mark Martin/Goodwrench 200 Winner; :00
SUPER=01-Dale Jarrett/Finished Second; :11(quick out.)
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=.....didn't work."
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ANCHOR=Roy
SS=Hold Logo


Randy Lajoie was third, Phil Parsons fourth and Elliott Sadler fifth.

Harding


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=jmo
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It's the first time she's skated in public since her teary performance in Lillehammer.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Reno, NV;


Former Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding made her professional debut in Reno tonight on the home ice of the minor league hockey team, the Reno Renegades.
Harding was banned from amateur skating for her role in the 1994 clubbing attack on rival skater Nancy Kerringan.
The amount of her payment hasn't been disclosed from the performance.
But the Renegades are probably happy to have her - this was the team's first sellout of the season. (----------------)