23:00-01

News-Heads

ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#
GRAPHIC=

Coming up on News 7-
(----------------)
VO-NAT

A bonfire burns at Hollins College tonight- as students burn away the things they say hold women back. Check out this car chase. It sped through several towns today ending in Roanoke.
(----------------)
ANCHOR=Jean


and Robin says Snow may be in the forecast tomorrow night after midnight. News 7 is next.

Newsbreak


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#
GRAPHIC=


Good Evening.
A high speed chase today started in Christiansburg and ended in Roanoke.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The White dodge sped down streets eluding police- but in the end the car was stopped. The couple arrested.
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.;


A bonfire tonight at Hollins college- but this wasn't to cheer on a school team. It's part of rally to build women's strength- and burn the things that they say hold women back.
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Also word today that the tech student who fell to her death out a dorm window was legally drunk.
(----------------)
ANCHOR=Jean


Plus we may see some snow tomorrow night ater midnight.
Join us for News 7 at Eleven.

Police-Chase


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-67
GRAPHIC=Police Chase


A high speed chase started in the New River Valley- and ended in Roanoke. It started when a Pennsylvania couple driving a stolen car decided to stop at the Christiansburg police department and ask for financial help.
Eric Earnhart has the story.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=The white Dodge Intrepid
SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00
SUPER=03-Christiansburg; :21 QUICK!
SUPER=01-Sgt. Kim Albert/Christiansburg Police Department; :28
SUPER=01-Sgt. T.S. Jones/Roanoke Police Department; :44
RUNS=1:24
OUT Q=EE., News 7

(( The white Dodge Intrepid sped down Brandon Avenue, weaving in and out of traffic... police cars following closely behind...
Meanwhile, state police anticipate its next move, maneuvering ahead of it in a rolling road block on route 220, bringing the car to a stop at the Franklin Road Bridge, and ending the chase that began at the Christiansburg Police department, where a man and woman stopped and asked for help from a charity fund...

(/////SOT/////)
SOT 12:20:37
IN Q=They got scared

((SGT. KIM ALBERT/CHRISTIANSBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT; THEY GOT SCARED WHILE THEY WERE HAVING TO WAIT BECAUSE WE RAN A CHECK ON THE LICENSE TAG AND IT CAME BACK STOLEN...))
RUNS=:06
OUT Q=came back stolen



Police say 25 year old Heather Worthington and her husband of two months ,John, jumped back into the stolen car, driving more than 100 miles an hour in I-81, and winding their way through Salem.

SOT 12:16:22
IN Q=as it entered

((SGT. T.S. JONES/ROANOKE POLICE DEPARTMENT; AS IT ENTERED INTO ROANOKE CITY, OUR OFFICERS ENGAGED AND WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF STATE POLICE AND CHRISTIANSBURG P.D. STATE POLICE PERFORMED A ROLLING ROADBLOCK... ))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=rolling roadblock



natsot 00:11:21

"you ever had shortness of breath or any problem before?"

After they were stopped, John Worthington complained of breathing problems... and seemed to pass out.
Police say, before the chase began, his wife said she needed to get to a drug store to get medicine for him.
Heather Worthington was charged with driving a stolen car, speeding and failing to stop for police.
Her husband was taken to the hospital where he was treated and released...he's charged as an accessory. Police say he's also wanted on fraud and bad check charges in Pennsylvania.
Both are being held without bond.
Eric Earnhart, News 7))

Tech-Death


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-76
GRAPHIC=Tech


18-year old Mindy Somers' death WAS an accident.
That's the opinion of Virginia
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


Tech officials who've concluded alcohol contributed to the young woman's fall from an eighth story window.
Somers died from massive chest and abdominal injuries after she rolled out of bed and slipped through the window of her college dorm.
The 105-pound sophomore from Arlington was discovered the morning of November first.
An autopsy found Somers to have a blood alcohol content nearly three times the legal limit.
Police say MOTORISTS with a Blood Alchol of point two one are generally impaired, although each case is different.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=Normally

((JOHN NOEL/VIRGINIA STATE POLICE: NORMALLY FROM MY EXPERIENCE A PERSON WITH A .21 WOULD SHOW A DECREASED REACTION TIME, THEY WOULD ALSO SHOW A STRONG ODOR OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE ABOUT THEIR BREATH, SLURRED SPEECH, GLASSY READ EYES AND VERY UNSTEADY ABOUT THEIR FEET. ))
SUPER=01-John Noel/Virginia State Police; :00
RUNS=:18
OUT Q=about their feet.
ANCHOR=JEAN
SS=NONE


The Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Board is investigating who sold or provided Somers with alcohol.




HOLLINS-BONFIRE


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=afr
TAPE#97-78
GRAPHIC=NONE


It was billed as a night for women to "burn the silence."
A bonfire at Hollins College tonight grabbed a lot of attention.
Double Boxes=Jean/Andrew;


Andrew Freiden was at the school, and he joins us live in the newsroom.
LIVE=Andrew
SUPER=@andrew1;


Jean, some were worried that tonight's bonfire would be a book burning--
But it turned out to be a night for students to set fire to personal demons.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co; :00
SUPER=01-Jessica Groulx/Women's Collective Co-Chair; :21
SUPER=01-Holly Turner/Women's Collective Co-Chair;:55
SUPER=07-Kelly Polyakov; 1:11
SUPER=01-Jil Howland/Hollins Student; 1:22
RUNS=1:27
OUT Q=everything you feel

((
SOT 7:22:45

((TO BE JUST AS STRONG AND SUCCESSFULL AS MEN, REGARDLESS OF HOW WE LOOK. APPLAUSE... ))
RUNS=:08


The Women's Collective is a feminist group at Hollins--
its co chairs came up with a way for their classmates to undergo a healing process-- for women who've been abused, and who have had other upsetting things in life.
SOT 6:47:21

((JESSICA GROULX/WOMEN'S COLLECTIVE: AS A SYMBOL OF GETTING RID OF THESE THINGS, THEY ARE GOING TO PUT THEM IN THE FIRE, AND LET THEM GO. WE'RE ALL JUST GOING TO BE TOGETHER IN THAT. ))
RUNS=:09



SOT 6:55:30

((HOLLY TURNER/WOMEN'S COLLECTIVE: I'LL BE BURNING TWO ADS-- CURVES WITHOUT SURGERY. I DON'T FEEL WOMEN SHOULD HAVE TO BE LARGE CHESTED TO BE FEMININE, THE SECOND IS COVERED WITH AN ADD I FEEL TO HAVE UNHEALTHY ANOREXIC MODELS.))
RUNS=:14


The fliers for the fire stoked the flames of controversy at Hollins.
The ads said women could bring books to burn if they wanted.
That's when college administrators took notice.
SOT 7:45:37

((HOLLY TURNER/WOMEN'S COLLECTIVE: IN THE FORUM LAST NIGHT WE WERE ASKED IF WE WOULD HAVE THE BONFIRE, AND JUST NOT ALLOW BOOKS TO BE BURNED, AND I SAID NO, BECAUSE WE HAD ALREADY SENT THE FLIERS OUT THAT SAID BOOKS.))
RUNS=:12


NO books burned-
But some onlookers showed up to shed a different light on the event.
SOT 7:37:35

((KELLY POLYAKOV: YOU COULD HEAR SOME OF THINGS THEY WERE SAYING WERE HATEFUL, AND THE BURNING OF IDEAS AND PEOPLE LIKE THE POPE AND ARISTOTLE-- IT'S DANGEROUS. ))
RUNS=:14



SOT 7:41:56

(( JIL HOWLAND/HOLLINS STUDENT: THEY NEED TO GROW UP. IN THE REAL WORLD, NO ONE'S GOING TO CATER TO EVERYTHING YOU FEEL.))
RUNS=:05

))
Jean-- the organizers of tonight's event say it was an unconditional success.


Lynchburg-Council


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-77
GRAPHIC=Lynchburg


A dispute over vinyl siding took more than an hour to resolve tonight before Lynchburg city council.
Steve Smallshaw tells us the issue goes to the heart of how the city's historical districts are interpreted.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=Joseph Davids
SUPER=03-Lynchburg; :00
SUPER=01-Frances Calhoun/Property Owner; :20
SUPER=01-Walter Snead/Davids' Attorney; :34
SUPER=01-Joseph Davids/Homeowner; :53
SUPER=@ssm1; 1:00
RUNS=1:13
OUT Q=News7, Lynchburg.


(( Joseph Davids says when he bought this dilapidated house over a year ago, he did not know it sat in one of Lynchburg's historic districts.
After Davids put new vinyl siding on the home, the architectural review board told him he couldn't do that because it destroyed the historical integrity of the neighborhood.
Davids appealed that decision to city council.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 19:49:05
IN Q=If he is

((FRANCES CALHOUN/PROPERTY OWNER: IF HE IS ALLOWED .. RESTORING THESE PROPERTIES.))
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=restoring these properties.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 20:06:13
IN Q=This house may

((WALTER SNEAD/DAVIDS' ATTORNEY: THIS HOUSE MAY BE OLD.. HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT.))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=historically significant.


While some council members applauded Davids for renovating an old home, others claim he should have known what the restrictions were.
The vote was 6 to 1 to uphold the review board's decision.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 20:27:12
IN Q=I will leave

((JOSEPH DAVIDS/HOMEOWNER: I WILL LEAVE THE HOUSE. I WILL LEAVE THE HOUSE AND I WILL LEAVE LYNCHBURG. THE HOUSE WILL SIT AND ROT.))
RUNS=:07
OUT Q=sit and rot.
(/////SOT/////)

Standup
IN Q=That may not

((That may not be his last resort though. A movement is underway by some property owners to secede from the Diamond Hill Historic District.. and Davids' attorney says court action is always another option. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=News7, Lynchburg.))

Tease#1



ANCHOR=jja
NEWSCAST=11

SOFT MUSIC
Super=X5046 (loads tease FX)
Super=X5045 (starts tease FX)


When we return, we'll have part two of our look at the impact of custody battles on fathers,
(----------------)
VO-NAT

and the world hears from the British au pair who was convicted of manslaughter.
(----------------)
Comm#1
Super=X5041 (clears tease FX)



Au-Pair


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=5
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=NONE


British Au-Pair Louise Woodward is in a Boston hotel-
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Boston;


in seclusion with her parents-
The media is camped outside but so far reporters have not spotted Woodward.
She did release a statement today- saying she is enormously relieved to be out of jail.
And she says she'll fight to clear her name.
Woodward also went on to say she did not kill or harm Matthew Eappen and she hopes to some day convince his parents that she did nothing wrong.
Woodwards' attorneys say while the family is happy at the reduced charge there is no celebrating yet-
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 10:05:59
IN Q=

((EVEN THOUGH SHE'S OUT OF PRISON TO THEM THEY'RE STILL NOT HOME AND THAT STILL NOT RIGHT SHE'S STILL CONVICTED SO THERE WAS NO BIG PARTY. ))
SUPER=01-Andrew Good/Defense Attorney;
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=NO BIG PARTY."
(----------------)
VO-NAT


Woodward's attorneys say they believe she is innocent.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 10:06:51
IN Q=

((LOUISE BASICALLY SAID I DIDN'T DO THIS AND I DON'T KNOW WHAT HAPPENED TO MATTHEW AND THAT'S NO THE STANDARD STORY WE GET FROM PEOPLE WHO ARE ACCUSED OF CHILD ABUSE. THEY USUALLY HAVE SOME EXPLANATION FOR THE INJURIES AND THE LIKE AND SHE HAD NONE.))
RUNS=:18
OUT Q=and she had none."
(----------------)


Woodward must stay in Massachusetts until the appeals are complete.
(----------------)



Prosecution


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


After serving 279 days Louise Woodward is free-
The judge set aside the jury's finding of second degree murder and found her guilty of a lesser charge of Manslaughter.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Cambridge, MA;

Prosecutors say they're outraged.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 10:10:19
IN Q=

((MARTHA COAXLEY/PROSECUTOR: AND I THINK EVERYONDAY WHO HEARD THAT SENTENCE AGREEST HAT DOES NOT GIVE THE PROPER AMOUNT OF TIME AND THAT TRIVIALIZES HIS OWN FINDING THAT SHE WAS GUILTY OF KILLING THIS CHILD BUT BOY MAYBE SHE HAD A BAD DAY SO WE'LL LET HER GO NOW AND I THINK PEOPLE ARE OUTRAGED I THINK IT'S A TOTAL DISAPPROPRIATE SENTENCE GIVEN HIS FINDING.))
SUPER=01-Martha Coakley/Prosecutor;
RUNS=:19
OUT Q=GIVEN HIS FINDING."
(----------------)
VO-NAT


Prosecutors will appeal the judge's decision.
(----------------)



2-Fathers


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=sta
TAPE#97-82
GRAPHIC=Dads From a Distance


After a divorce, many fathers find that despite their best efforts they become less of a presence in their childrens' lives.
According to one fathers' group, only ten percent of men are awarded sole custody of their children. Take Fullscreen Dads From a Distance
Some fathers say the legal system used to determine custody needs to change.
Stacey Martin has more.
(//////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=Courts are taking
SUPER=01-Murray Steinberg/Family Resolution Council Pres.; :00
SUPER=01-Cindy Ewing/Virginia Fatherhood Initiative; :46
SUPER=@File; :57
SUPER=01-George Martin/Father; 1:07
SUPER=01-Ellen Weinman/Lawyer; 1:31
SUPER=@Stacey1;
RUNS=2:02
OUT Q=with their youngsters

((
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 14.01.36 - 14.01.52
IN Q=Courts are taking

((MURRAY STEINBERG/PRES. FAMILY RESOLUTION COUNCIL: COURTS ARE TAKING FATHERS' RIGHTS AND PRIVLEGES AWAY AT THE RATE OF CLOSE TO 400 EVERY SINGLE DAY OF THE WEEK, CLOSE TO 400 FATHERS LOSE EITHER THEIR PARENTAL RIGHTS OR PART OF THEM. THEY TERMINATE OR RESTRICT THE FATHER'S RIGHTS.))
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=the father's rights.


Before the early 80's many custody cases were influenced by the Tender Years Doctrine which generally favored mothers in custody cases if the child was six years of age or younger.
In 1983 laws regarding custody were made more neutral towards gender in Virginia.
Today custody cases are guided by the legal concept of "What's in the best interest of the child."
But, even with the changes in the law, some still complain fathers aren't given equal consideration.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 13.43.49 - 13.43.58 (tape 2)
IN Q=I think it

((CINDY EWING/VIRGINIA FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE: I THINK IT IS PRETTY MUCH ACCEPTED THAT IT EXISTS. MANY FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS WILL TELL YOU THAT THE BIAS IS THERE. THEY KNOW THEY HAVE TO WORK HARDER IF THEY'RE REPRESENTING THE FATHER.))
RUNS=:09
OUT Q=representing the father.


Many fathers argue that joint custody should be the norm, not the exception,in custody cases, so as to allow both parents an equal role in their childrens' development.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 13.09.07 - 13.09.23 (tpae 6)
IN Q=If the courts

((GEORGE MARTIN/FATHER: IF THE COURTS WOULD JUST SAY, HERE'S THE CHILD, HERE'S THE TIME, SPLIT IT DOWN THE MIDDLE THEN EVERYBODY KNOWS WHERE WE'RE COMING FROM, THAT'S ALL THAT NEEDS TO BE SAID. IF I WAS A DEADBEAT THEN FINE, GIVE THE CHILD TO HER MOTHER, THAT'S OK. IF SHE WAS A DEADBEAT GIVE THE CHILD TO ME.))
RUNS=:16
OUT Q=child to me.


But, some critics argue at the heart of many fathers' complaints is their dissatisfaction with increasing child support payments.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 10.35.57 - 10.36.11 (tape 5)
IN Q=Child support awards

((ELLEN WEINMAN/LAWYER: CHILD SUPPORT AWARDS INCREASED AND SO SOME OF THE PEOPLE IN THE FATHERS RIGHTS GROUPS WHO ARE COMPLAINING WHAT THEIR REAL BEEF IS IS THAT ThEY DON'T LIKE THE FACT THAT THEY'RE PAYING CHILD SUPPORT.))
RUNS=:14
OUT Q=paying child support.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 00.06.50 - 00.07.10
IN Q=Some fathers say

((STACEY MARTIN/REPORTING: SOME FATHERS SAY THEY'RE AWARE OF THE IMPACT THEY HAVE ON THEIR CHILDREN'S LIVES AND THEY WANT TO BECOME MORE INVOLVED BUT IT'S HARD SQUEEZING EXTRA MINUTES OUT OF LIMITED VISITATION SCHEDULES. TOMORROW ON PART THREE OF DADS OF DISTANCE WE'LL TALK ABOUT WAYS FATHERS CAN GET THE MOST OUT OF THE TIME THEY SPEND WITH THEIR YOUNGSTERS.))
RUNS=:20
OUT Q=with their youngsters.))




Tease#2



ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11

SOFT MUSIC
GRAPHIC=
Super=X5046 (loads tease FX)
Super=X5045 (starts tease FX)


Coming up next on the newscast, thousands of layoffs are coming to Kodak,
(----------------)
VO-NAT

and Bedford commemorates Veteran's Day by breaking ground on a National D-Day Memorial.
(----------------)
Comm#2
Super=X5041 (clears tease FX)



Iraq


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Iraq


United Nations weapons inspectors tried again in Iraq today-
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;


and again they were turned away.
Now its up to the U-N to decide what to do-
The security council will vote on a resolution that would slap a travel ban on Iraqi officials and keep santions in place against Iraq.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 15:07:32
IN Q=

((WE BELIEVE IT'S GOING TO SEND AN UNMISTAKABLE MESSAGE TO THE GOVERNMENT OF IRAQ))
SUPER=01-Bill Richardson/U.S. Ambassador to U.N.;
RUNS=:05
OUT Q=of Iraq."
(----------------)
VO-NAT


Iraq's deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz shows no sign of budging.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT 15;06:31
IN Q=

((TARIQ AZIZ/DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER OF IRAQ: IF YOU DON'T HAVE A CHANGE OON THE PART OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL THEN YOU CAN NOT EXPECT A CHANGE ON THE POSITION OF IRAQ.))
SUPER=01-Tariq Aziz/Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister;
RUNS=:11
OUT Q=poisition of Iraq."
(----------------)
VO-NAT


The draft resolution also threatens unspecified further measures if Iraq's policy doesn't change.
(----------------)



D-Day-Memorial


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-84
GRAPHIC=D-Day Memorial


The first clods of earth were officially turned today at the site of the NATIONAL D-Day Memorial in Bedford.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Bedford


The ceremonial ground breaking came about a week after an army of earth- movers invaded the site above Bedford Elementary School.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=

((WE'RE ON OUR WAY NOW. YOU KNOW. IT'S BEEN A STRUGGLE FOR MANY YEARS, BUT WE CAN SEE THE END NOW. IT IS HIGHLY APPROPRIATE THAT THE NATIONAL D-DAY MEMORIAL SHOULD FIND ITS HOME HERE IN BEDFORD, VIRGINIA.))
SUPER=01-Bob Slaughter/D-Day Veteran; :00
SUPER=@allen; :06
RUNS=:12
OUT Q=Bedford, Virginia
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Normandy, France/June 6, 1944


The first wave of troops on the beach at Normandy included a national guard unit principally made up of men from Bedford.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=At the

((AT THE NORMANDY AMERICAN CEMETARY AND MEMORIAL LOCATED ON THE HEIGHTS OVERLOOKING OMAHA BEACH, 11 SONS OF BEDFORD ARE BURIED ALONG WITH 9,386 OTHER AMERICAN WAR DEAD OF THE NORMANDY CAMPAIGN. ))
SUPER=01-Col. Robert Doughty/West Point
RUNS=:15
OUT Q=Normandy campaign.
(----------------)
VO-NAT


When the memorial is dedicated in 1999, it'll cover about ten acres.
(----------------)






Kodak


ANCHOR=Jean
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=JJA
TAPE#Net
GRAPHIC=Layoffs


The Eastman Kodak Company is eliminating 10 percnet of it's workforce- ten thousand jobs worldwide.
(----------------)
VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Rochester, NY/File Tape;


Kodak says it's an effort to cut costs and revive sales-
Kodak is the world's largest photo company- It's suffered a "loss in revenue" due mainly to increased competition from the Fuji Photo film company.
Kodak employs 95 thousand workers worldwide.
(----------------)



Forecasts
SUPER=#562;
SUPER=X5000;
SUPER=330-Mostly Cloudy/Wind W-10/34-36/Mostly Cloudy/Snow Late/46-48;
SUPER=331-Mostly Cloudy/Wind W-10/37-39/Mostly Cloudy/Wind W-10/49-51;
SUPER=332-Mostly Cloudy/Light Wind/32-34/Mostly Cloudy/Rain-Snow Late/43-45;
SUPER=333-Mostly Cloudy/Wind W-10/32-34/Mostly Cloudy/Wind NW-10/40-45;
SUPER=334-Mostly Cloudy/Light Winds/32-36/Mostly Cloudy/Snow Late/38-40;
SUPER=X5001;


S-Extra


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#EXTRA/S7-10
GRAPHIC=NONE


Girls postseason volleyball, and roundball action coming up plus a rundown of the regional semi-final football games and their starting times.
But first in tonight's Extra Point.
(----------------)
VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=75-NHL; :00


The National Hockey League has suspended Washington Caps star Chris Simon for three games for the racial slur he hurled at Edmonton's Mike Grier.
The two met today and talked things out.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=BITE

((CHRIS SIMON/SUSPENDED FOR 3 GAMES:)) ((MIKE GRIER/EDMONTON FORWARD:))
SUPER=75-Chris Simon/Suspended For 3 Games; :00
SUPER=75-Mike Grier/Edmonton Forward; :14
RUNS=:21
OUT Q=...MOVE ON."
(-------------)

wipe to scores
(/////SOT/////)

WIPE TO BOARDS
SUPER=#556
SUPER=X5028;
SUPER=0096-/Denver/90/j/New
York/93////Sacramento/82/j/Miami/101///;SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0096-/Seattle/87/j/Atlanta/89///j/Chicago/101//Cleveland/80///;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0096-j/San Antonio/93//Minnesota/92///j/L.A.

Lakers/118//Dallas/96//Clippers & Grizzlies - LATE/
SUPER=x5031;
SUPER=0103-/Ottawa/0/j/Philadelphia/1////Chicago/2/j/Toronto/5///;
SUPER=x5009;
SUPER=0103-j/Colorado/2//Detroit/0////Tampa Bay/2//Phoenix/2/3//;
SUPER=x5027;
SUPER=0098-/Georgia #19/45/j/N.C. State/47///j/Temple #24/68//Auburn/42///;
RUNS=:30
OUT Q=........last score."
(-------------)

take a break


Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE
Super=X5048 (loads tease FX)
Super=X5045 (starts tease FX)


The Tuesday night sports isn't over just yet.
When we return, we will check in with Steve Mason
(----------------)
VO-NAT eng#


who checks in with Dave Braine, to see how he's doing in his new job at Georgia Tech.
(-------------)
Super=X5043 (clears FX)


S-Cave


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-16
GRAPHIC=Volleyball


The Cave Spring volleyball team advanced to the Group 3A state semifinals last night after beating Park View Sterling 15-3, 15-2 and 15-10 on the Knights home court.
(----------------)
VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Patriots vs. Knights; :00


Penny Williams had her Lady Knights fired up for their state quarterfinal match up with the visiting Patriots.
Cave Spring owned the first game. Watch Kim Amos serve up the near ace as the Lady Knights shoot for a shutout.
On the defensive side; Jenny Lemker and Lindsay Cannon show some touch. Cave takes the first game 15-3.
Lemker can also spike the ball. Here she gives the lady Knights a 5-nothing advantage ion game two with the kill. Cave Spring improves to 21 and OH and advances tot the state semi's in Mechanicsville Friday night at 8:30.
(-------------)


S-Blues


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#S7-17
GRAPHIC=REGION C HOOPS


Girl's hoops began the regional process in Region-C last night.
(----------------)
VO-NAT eng#
SUPER=03-Buena Vista/Floyd Co. vs. Parry McCluer; :00


Blues' Boss Mark Melton was all business for this battle.
And so were his girls. Nikki Barger drives the length of the floor and pulls up for the short jumper off the glass.
But the postseason princess, Julie Sowers were continue were hot play as she swishes the bomb for two of her 21 points.
But watch the Blues work the court in transition. Lindsey Coleman fields the outlet pass and makes an awesome spin move in the paint for the bucket.
But Floyd would prevail thanks to efforts like this - Karen Pursifull to
SUPER=33-Floyd Co./66/Parry McCluer/41;

Michele Quesenberry to Jill Quesenberry, who gets two of her game high 27 as Floyd wins it 66-to-41.
(-------------)
ANCHOR=Mike
SS=REGION C


Floyd next plays in the semi-finals on Thursday night in Hillsville.

S-Glenvar


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=GIRL-97
GRAPHIC=region C hoops


Glenvar played host to Rural Retreat in another Region C match up. The Lady Highlanders would dominate; pulling out the 60 to 39 victory.
(----------------)
VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Indians vs. Highlanders; :00


Former Glenvar coach Dennis layman was on hand to watch his old team play.
Late in the fourth period. Glenvar's Katrina Williams; who scored 28 despite a stomach virus, dishes to Bonnie Willet. She nails the shot.
SUPER=34-Glenvar/60/Rural Retreat/39;

Then; the Lady Highlanders Liz Wilburn takes matters into her own hands with a jumper. Glenvar advances to the region semi finals Thursday at Carroll County high school and will meet Fort Chiswell; a 43-25 winner over Bath County.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q="I thought

((BRYAN HARVEY/GLENVAR HEAD COACH:))
SUPER=01-Bryan Harvey/Glenvar Head Coach; ;00
RUNS=:13
OUT Q=...when we needed it"
(-------------)


S-FFE


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-3
GRAPHIC=FFE LOGO


The first round of the high school football playoffs are set for this Friday and Saturday.
Here's a rundown of the regional semi-final games involving area schools.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=AUDIO FULL
RUNS=:27
OUT Q=...LOGO COMES FULL.
(-------------)


S-Braine


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=TF97-1
GRAPHIC=dave Braine


It's been over four months since Dave Braine left one Tech for another.
Steve Mason caught up with the Georgia Tech athletic director over the weekend.
(/////SOT/////)
SOT
IN Q=first audio
SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Yellow Jackets vs. Cavaliers; :00
SUPER=01-Dave Braine/Georgia Tech Athletic Director; :13
SUPER=03-Blacksburg/January 8, 1988; :26
SUPER=@Steve2; :33
SUPER=01-Terry Holland/Virginia Athletic Director; 1:12
SUPER=03-Blacksburg/October 22, 1996; 1:30
RUNS=1:51
OUT Q=...News 7 sports"
(-------------)


((Saturday's Charlottesville trip was much different from Dave Braine's last. He was a Hokie two years ago. Now the Yellow Jacket A.D. is adjusting to some other major changes. ((:))
Nearly a decade ago; Braine seized an opportunity some might not have welcomed when he took over a Virginia Tech program in disarray. He turned it around.
At Georgia Tech; he plans to add to the program's 16 sports and raise money for new athletic facilities; goals that were achieved in Blacksburg. ((:)) Braine and UVa A.D. Terry Holland have a history that dates back long before their coaching days and the commonwealth cup. ((:))
A family man whose ties to Blacksburg have never been stronger. ((:))
As far as a bowl trip; the Yellow Jackets will need a braine behind them. Georgia tech must win two of their final three games to qualify. Steve mason (-------------) news 7 sports.))