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ANCHOR=Keith

Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX:
A rape reported at G-W High School in Danville.
A fleeing suspect who killed his two best friends in a firey accident says he "loved them to death."
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And the truck was totaled by the collision with a freight train. The driver of the truck came away without a scratch.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#SPORTS HEAD
GRAPHIC=Mike


Tonight in sports, our week long preview of the Tech-UVa football game continues tonight.
We'll look back on last night's Hokies and Hoos women's hoopla.
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Plus, Glass boss Bo Henson is no longer the head coach of the Hilltoppers.
That story coming your way tonight in sports.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
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Our holiday forecast features mild air and strong westerly winds early on. Full details just ahead.

GW-Rape


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#97-70
GRAPHIC=NONE


A 14-year-old girl says she was raped at Danville's George Washington High School yesterday.
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SUPER=03-Danville;


The victim says she was waiting outside the high school yesterday afternoon, when a 15-year-old boy snatched her backpack and ran.
Police say the girl chased him around the corner.
She says that's when he raped her.
Both teens are students at G-W.
Police say they plan to press charges against the boy.
They won't release his name because of his age.
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DeWeese


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#97-73
GRAPHIC=


An act of "colossal stupidity."
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke


That's how the prosecutor summed up the events on a foggy, rainy night on Mill Mountain last July when Chris DeWeese speed away from police who'd recognized him. They knew DeWeese was wanted for failure to appear in court on a parole violation in Salem.
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SOT 11:07:45
IN Q=I wanted to come

((CHRISTOPHER TODD DEWEESE: I WANTED TO COME BACK TO ROANOKE. ME AND SHANNON WAS GOING TO GET A PLACE, SETTLE DOWN. I WAS GOING TO TURN MYSELF IN, BECAUSE I DIDN'T WANT TO KEEP RUNNING FROM THE LAW. I KNEW THAT THAT WAS WRONG. ))
SUPER=07-Christopher Todd DeWeese
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OUT Q=that was wrong.


* * * Keith ON ENG * * * Shannon Vandlinde died in the firey wreckage, along with the man DeWeese says was his best friend, Evan Brooker, a fellow carnival worker from Florida.
DeWeese claims his two friends insisted he take off, so that's what he did... without thinking.
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SOT 11:10:25
IN Q=They played

((THEY PLAYED THEIR PART, YOU KNOW. I MISS THEM. I LOVE THEM TO DEATH, BUT THEY KNEW THE RISKS WE WAS TAKING. IT'S NOT AS IF THEY DIDN'T KNOW WHAT WAS GOING ON, AND I TOOK THEM ON SOME RIDE THEY DIDN'T WANT TO BE ON. ))
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OUT Q=to be on.


* * * Keith on ENG * * * The night of the wreck DeWeese told police he couldn't remember the full names of the people in the truck with him, his best friend and the girl he planned to settle down with.
The judge said he didn't hold that against him.
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SOT 11:18:40
IN Q=I do take

((JUDGE CLIFFORD WECKSTEIN/ROANOKE CIRCUIT COURT: I DO TAKE VERY MUCH INTO ACCOUNT THE FACT THAT TWO PEOPLE DIED, BECAUSE YOU WERE RUNNING FROM THE POLICE. AND THE DIRECT CONSEQUENCES OF YOUR ACTIONS CALL FOR PENALTIES.))
SUPER=01-Judge Clifford Weckstein/Roanoke Circuit Court
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OUT Q=call for penalties.
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Weckstein sentenced DeWeese to serve five and a half years in prison.
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Train-Ax


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#97-81
GRAPHIC=Train Accident


An Appomattox County man walked away without a scratch after his truck was hit by a freight train this morning.
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SUPER=03-Appomattox Co.


It happened around 7:30 at the entrance to the Jellystone Park campground on Route 460 near Concord.
33- year- old Robert Kurtanick (ker-TAN-ick) was heading into the campground when he apparently failed to stop for a westbound Norfolk Southern train.
The train struck his vehicle, knocking it to one side.
Kurtanick was not injured, but his truck was a total loss.
State police say "no" charges will be filed since the accident occurred on private property.
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Sleep-Deprivation


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6 p.m.
WRITER=kmc
TAPE#97-74
GRAPHIC=NONE


If you're getting ready to hit the road for Thanksgiving-- you'll want to keep your eyes open during this next story.
Triple- A estimates a three- percent increase this year in the number of people travelling at least 100 miles.
But health experts warn too many drivers don't get enough sleep BEFORE their trip.
Kimberly McBroom reports on the dangers of sleep deprivation.
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(( Too often this time of year, drivers pay more attention to planning for the holidays than staying safe on the roads.
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SOT 10:11:39

((JOYCE BRADFORD/AAA OF VIRGINIA: THEY'RE UP LATE. THEY'RE COOKING. THEY'RE DOING THINGS AND THEN THEY'RE IN A HURRY. THEY JUST DON'T REALIZE HOW DANGEROUS THAT IS ONCE THEY GET ON THE ROAD. ))
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Officials say sleepy drivers cause more than 200- thousand accidents each year nationwide.
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SOT 9:53:18
IN Q=We get them

((TERESA CARROLL/CARILION THERAPEUTIC SERVICES: WE GET THEM AFTER THEY'VE HAD A MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT. THEIR PHYSICIAN WILL REFER THEM HERE AFTER THEY'VE HAD A SLEEP DISORDER. ))
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Carroll works in the sleep lab at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital.
She says monotonous activities like driving long distances on the interstate are conducive to sleep, especially when the driver has already been awake too long.
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SOT 9:57:42

((TERESA CARROLL: FOR EXAMPLE, BEING SLEEP- DEPRIVED FOR-- IF YOU'VE BEEN AWAKE FOR 17 HOURS OR MORE, IT CAN BE THE SAME AS HAVING TWO ONE-AND-A-HALF- OUNCE DRINKS. ))
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Between one and four a-m are the peak hours for sleep- related accidents.
But how do you know if the trip is getting the best of you? InsertPre-Pro on tape
Carroll says struggling to keep your eyes open, continuing to yawn, drifting off the road, and not remembering the last few miles are signs that it's time to take a short nap. END PRE- PRO
But if you don't want to give in to the urge to sleep--
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SOT 10:12:49

((JOYCE BRADFORD/AAA OF VIRGINIA: GET COFFEE. GET SOME FRESH AIR. WALK A LITTLE BIT. JUST GET OUT OF YOUR CAR AND WALK A LITTLE BIT. ))
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But officials say getting a good night's rest is still the best way to prepare for a holiday on the road.
Kimberly McBroom, News 7.
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ANCHOR=Keith
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Still to come on News 7 at 6, a former prosecutor from our area is having problems with the law.
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and from Richmond, the tax bill came due today, but the Mattaponi and Pamunkey Indians aren't complaining. Their taxes haven't gone up in 351 years.
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Whitehead


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#597-45
GRAPHIC=Whitehead


A former prosecutor for Pittsylvania County already a convicted felon -- is now being charged with hitting a teenager.
61-year-old Joseph Whitehead of Chatham was arrested for assault and battery.
Investigators say Whitehead believed a 17-year-old boy had stolen from him, and he allegedly beat the boy in the back of the head with a pistol.
Sheriff's deputies searched Whitehead's home and found several guns and ammunition.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=04-File Tape;


As a convicted felon, it's illegal for Whitehead to own firearms --
Twenty years ago, when he was a commonwealth's attorney, he spent six months in prison for bribery.
A year later he served six months for protecting a prostitution ring.
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3-Northwest


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=JoeD
TAPE#97-75
GRAPHIC=Northwest Passages


Rescuing a neighborhood in decline is not a simple challenge.
Tonight, in the conclusion of our series Northwest Passages, Take Fullscreen Joe Dashiell talks with neighborhood leaders who've learned the value of patience and persistence.
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((SUSHEELA SHENDE/NNEO EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: THIS WAS CONSTRUCTED EARLIER THIS YEAR AND SOLD WITHIN LIKE A COUPLE OF MONTHS OF FINISHING CONSTRUCTION. IT'S A SINGLE FAMILY HOME OWNERSHIP PROJECT. ALL NEW CONSTRUCTION. ))
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OUT Q=all new construction.


Susheela Shende is showing off some of the homes, the Northwest Neighborhood Environmental Organization has built or renovated.
The group has provided housing for 26 low- income families, and is now preparing to build 14 more units.
SOT 01:16:38
IN Q=We knew that it was

((DORIS MACK/NNEO PRESIDENT: WE KNEW THAT IT WAS GOING TO TAKE A LOT OF HARD WORK, AND A LOT OF CONSISTENT WORK. AND THAT'S WHAT WE'VE DONE FOR THE LAST 17 YEARS.))
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OUT Q=for the last 17 years.


Thirty four years ago, in the midst of the civil rights struggle, the issue wasn't housing, but the city dump located in what is now part of Washington Park.
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((REV. NOEL TAYLOR: PART OF THE SAME FREEDOM TRAIN PASSED BY WASHINGTON PARK DUMP STATION AND WE SAW ANOTHER SIGN THERE THAT SAID CLOSED AS OF JUNE FIRST. AND THIS TRAIN IS STILL GLIDING, SPEEDING DOWN THE RAILS. IT'S ON ITS WAY TO FREEDOMVILLE I TELL YOU. AND IT WILL ARRIVE BY AND BY WE SAID TO THOSE TONIGHT WHO WOULD HOLD US DOWN THAT THE TRAIN IS STILL ROLLING. THE TRAIN IS COMING. YOU'D BETTER GET YOUR BUSINESS RIGHT. YOU'D BETTER SET YOUR HOUSE IN ORDER, FOR THE TRAIN MIGHT BE THERE TONIGHT.))
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OUT Q=might be there tonight.


The dump WAS closed, but in 1997, the property is still on the agenda of neighborhood groups... who appreciate its past and its potential.
SOT 02:49:40
IN Q=One person told me

((FREDDIE MONK/COALITION FOR SELECTIVE DEVELOPMENT: ONE PERSON TOLD ME THAT FOURTH OF JULY THERE WOULD BE SO MANY PEOPLE IN THIS PARK THAT YOU COULDN'T EVEN FIND A SPOT TO PUT YOUR PICNIC BASKET OR YOUR BLANKET DOWN ON THE GROUND.)) 03:01:31 ((I'D LIKE TO SEE THE PARK BEING USED. I'D LIKE TO SEE THE CHILDREN. I'D LIKE TO SEE THE KIDS ENJOYING THEMSELVES AND HAVING A GOOD TIME.))
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OUT Q=having a good time.


Back on Loudon and Gilmer Avenues, change has taken time... a combination of volunteers' dedication and community resources.
SOT 01:22:29
IN Q=We want things to be better

((WE WANT THINGS TO BE BETTER, AND THINGS TO LOOK BETTER, FOR PEOPLE TO ENJOY A BETTER LIFE AND LIVING.))
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OUT Q=life and living.


While other groups may not have the capacity to rebuild their own neighborhoods...
Community leaders say the work of the NNEO shows the power of partnerships... that bring residents, government, banks and builders together.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

Martinez


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#97-82
GRAPHIC=NONE


Virginia's secretary of transportation is headed back to the private sector.
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SUPER=04-File Tape;


Robert Martinez says he'll go back to work at Norfolk Southern next year.
Before he joined Governor George Allen's cabinet, Martinez was the railroad's manager of strategic planning.
Now he'll return as Norfolk Southern's vice president of marketing.
Martinez starts his new job February first.
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Stocks


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=NONE


On Wall Street today, the stock slipped a bit before tomorrow's holiday. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
The DOW dropped 14 points to close at 77-hundred-95.
NASDQ GAINED five and a-half points.
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Indian-Tax


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#97-77
GRAPHIC=State Seal


The pagentry and tradition that begin 351 years ago came alive again in Richmond today.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Richmond


The treaty of 1646 calls for the Mattaponi (matta-po-NYE) and Pamunkey
(pa-MON-key) indians to present an offering to the governor the day before

thanksgiving.
The deer will be donated to Hunter's for the Hungry.
The beaver pelts are actually last year's offering, they'll be loaned to the Library of Virgina.
Allen also accepted three arrow-heads from the chief of the Mattaponi, symbolizing friendship, love and peace.
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SOT 00:27:54
IN Q=we are grateful

((GOVERNOR GEORGE ALLEN; WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR THE RICH HERITAGE THAT WE HAVE HERE IN THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, THE CULTURE AND THE EDUCATION THAT THE INDIAN TRIBES CONTRIBUTE TO OUR COMMONWEALTH. ))
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OUT Q=to our commonwealth
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Pamunkey Chief William Miles also had a special gift for First Lady Susan Allen.
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IN Q=They're expectiong

((CHIEF WILLIAM MILES/PAMUNKEY TRIBE; THEY'RE EXPECTING AN ADDITION TO THE ALLEN FAMILY, SO WE WANT THAT NEW ADDITION TO HAVE A LITTLE EXTRA PROTECTION. AND THAT IS WHY EW HAVE THIS SMALL DREAM CATCHER FOR MRS. ALLEN AND THE NEW BABY ALLEN WHEN HE OR SHE ARRIVES.))
SUPER=01-Chief William Miles/Pamunkey Tribe;
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OUT Q=he or she arrives
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The Chief's said this was also a farewell ceremony.
This is the last time Allen will preside over the presentation.
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KELLEHER


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=TJA
TAPE#97-76
GRAPHIC=NONE


A Roanoke physician is receiving national attention for his community service.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Roanoke


Wyeth-Ayers Labortories has given Dr. Kevin C. Kelleher it's Physician award for his work at the Bradley Free Clinic in Roanoke.
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IN Q=Free clinic

((DR. KEVIN C. KELLEHER/BRADLEY FREE CLINIC DIRECTOR:FREE CLINIC IS A REALLY A RELATIVELY NEW IDEA WE BEEN HERE 23-YEARS AND WERE ONE OF THE OLDEST IN THE COUNTRY.)) ((DR. KEVIN C. KELLEHER / BRADLEY FREE CLINIC DIRECTOR:I THINK NATION PREPOSTIVE FOR FREE CLINIC IS CHANGING IN THE NEAR FUTURE I THINK THAT YOU ARE GOING TO SEE MORE AND MORE MOVEMENT TOWARDS PROVIDING NATIONAL HELP AND IN THE FREE CLINIC SETTING. ))
SUPER=01-Dr. Kevin C. Kelleher/Bradley Free Clinic Director; :06
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OUT Q=clinic setting.
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Kelleher is also a 9- time winner of the Free Clinic Extra Mile Award for exceptional volunteer service.
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#sports tease
GRAPHIC=NONE


One of Friday Football Extra's top coaches is out of job tonight, we'll check in former Heritage high school star Keith Hamilton.
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Plus, Steve Mason continues our week long preview of the UVa-Tech showdown this weekend with a look at Al Clark and Aaron Brooks.
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S-Henson


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#FB97-2
GRAPHIC=GLASS HELMET


The E.C. Glass Hilltoppers football program missed the playoffs this year, and tonight there is word from the Hill City that veteran head coach
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SUPER=04-Friday Football Extra; :00


Bo Henson is out as coach of the Toppers.
Principal Susan Morrison announced today in a news release that Henson will not return next season, and that a search to find his replacement will begin by next month.
Morrison would not confirm if Henson had been fired or resigned.
Reached at home this afternoon Henson said he could not talk about the situation at this time, but would comment in the near future.
Speculation is that the his departure centers around Glass being forced to forfeit three games this season for using an ineligible player.
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ANCHOR=Mike
SS=GLASS HELMET


Henson has been at Glass since 1969, and he has been the Toppers head coach for the last 19 seasons.
He won the 1988 state championship and made it to four other title games.
During his tenure, Glass has sent 71 players onto college and two to the NFL.

S-Hamilton


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#RS97-1
GRAPHIC=GIANTS


The New York Giants trip to Raljon, Maryland on Sunday not only gave us a chance to catch up with Tiki Barber.
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SUPER=03-Raljon, MD/Saturday; :00


but it also afforded us the opportunity to catch up with former Friday Football Extra star Keith Hamilton.
The former Heritage star is now in his sixth season with the Giants as a starter on the defensive line.
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((KEITH HAMILTON/GIANTS DEFENSIVE TACKLE:))
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OUT Q=...SUCCESS MAN."
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That success has not come easy. Hamilton has played on some of the worst teams ever in New York, but now he's finally part of a contender.
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IN Q="Feels good...

((KEITH HAMILTON:))
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OUT Q=...really good."
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S-Cavs


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=VF97-2
GRAPHIC=Tech/UVa


it's no secret the Cavaliers and the Hokies don't like each other; but both must agree they have a great deal in common. For starters; they each have double threat quarterbacks.
SS=full screen board/count down to kickoff


For more on Al Clark and Aaron Brooks; along with how the respective defenses plan on stopping them; lets check in with another round of Countdown to Kickoff.
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S-College


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=NONE
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WIPE TO pinnacle!!!!!!!!!! pinnacle 1021
And as you know, two other games will impact greatly on the Hokies bowl plans.
This Friday you can watch the backyard brawl as West Virginia takes on Pitt at 2:30 with here on WDBJ-7.
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pinnacle 1022
Then Saturday get settled in at 3:30 as the Syracuse Orangemen battle the Miami Hurricanes in the Orange Bowl.
A Syracuse win and Tech can forget about its third straight alliance bowl.
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S-Women


ANCHOR=Mike
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#VB98-1
GRAPHIC=TECH/UVA HOOPS


Last night's Tech-UVa battle in Charlottesville turned out to be lopsided affair
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VO-NAT ENG#
SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Va. Tech vs. UVa; :00


in favor of the 13th ranked Lady Cavaliers who ran thought their young fans onto the floor and never stopped.
Head coaches Debbie Ryan and Bonnie Henrickson chatted before the game. But hopes of an upset were squished early.
Lisa Hosac dishes the pill to Renee Robinson who hits the jumper from the corner for a 7 point lead early.
The Cavs defense caused Tech a lot of headaches. Amy Wetzel is stripped of the ball, Erin Stovall picks it up and drives in for the fast break score. It's 20-to-9.
Tech would finally get a transition hoop of its own with lisa Witherspoon scoring 2 of her 8 points. The Hokies failed to put one player in double figures last night.
SUPER=33-Virginia Tech/49/Virginia/64;


UVa would dominate on both ends of the floor as 6-10 Elena Kravchenko stuffs the drive and UVa snuffs out Tech 64-to-49.
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