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Up next on News 7 at Six... Bedford County officials are worried about the future of their nursing home...
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And we'll tell you how these Carroll County students ended up running their own country.
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Sports-Head


ANCHOR=Roy
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In sports, U-V-A comes up short in the national soccer championship the Express lost at the Roundhouse last night.
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And the defense took center stage at the Heisman Trophy presentation last night in New York.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Andrew
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The sun decided not to show up today,
But tomorrow it will make an appearance, and stick around straight through thursday.
Details are next.

Nursing-Home


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#=97-96
GRAPHIC=Bedford County Seal


Bedford County officials are waiting to see whether they'll have to evict more residents from the county's nursing home.
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New regulations require nursing homes to have 80 square feet of space per resident.
Some of the rooms in Bedford County's facility fall just short of that mark.
The home has had to reduce its number of residents from 56 to 50 this month... and could have to drop nine more by mid- March.
That could spell financial disaster.
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((BILL ROLFE/BEDFORD CO. ADMINISTRATOR: WE HAVE A LICENSE FOR A 56- BED FACILITY AND OPERATING IT AT FIFTY BEDS IS JUST NOT A SMART THING TO DO. IF WE'RE NOT GOING TO DO THE CIP PROJECT THEN WE OUGHT TO SEE IF WE CAN SELL THE SIX BED SPACES TO SOMEBODY ELSE.))
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Expansion plans are in the works for the nursing home.
In the meantime, area legislators are pushing the state to grant Bedford County a waiver that would allow it to keep all its residents.
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Bedford-Supes


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#=97-89
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There will be some new faces in Bedford County government starting January first.
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Circuit court judge William Sweeney this week swore in new members of the board of supervisors and the school board.
Each one of them said they're ready to get to work.
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((KIRBY RICHARDSON/NEW BEDFORD CO. SUPERVISOR: LONG TERM, I THINK, THE RAPID GROWTH WE'VE BEEN EXPERIENCING WE'D LIKE TO MANAGE THAT A LITTLE BETTER AND OF COURSE WE'VE GOT OUR ZONING ORDINANCE WE'RE LOOKING AT TO REPLACE LUGS AND THOSE ARE SOME OF THE BIG ISSUES I THINK WE'LL BE WORKING ON.))
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The Bedford County school board will add three new faces.
One member says having an entirely elected board should eliminate some of the recent in- fighting.
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((MARK GOODE/NEW BEDFORD CO. SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER: WE'LL ALL BE ANSWERING TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC RIGHT NOW, NOT TO SAY THAT THEY WERE NOT BEFORE, BUT OUR PERSONAL CONCERNS NEED TO BE SET ASIDE FOR THE CONCERNS OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC.))
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Bedford supervisors this week also honored District Two member Calvin Updike, who is stepping down after twenty years on the board.
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Long-Airdox


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=tha
TAPE#=97-84
GRAPHIC=Coal Mining


An international mining company opened its doors in Blacksburg this week.
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Long-Airdox is located in the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center.
The company is a leading maker of coal mining equipment.
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((IAN MENZIES/LONG-AIRDOX PRESIDENT: WE EXPECT TO EMPLOY BETWEEN 40 TO 50 PEOPLE. PROBABLY ABOUT 25 OF THESE WILL BE EXISTING EMPLOYEES SO WE WILL BE DOUBLING THROUGH TIME, THROUGH 1998.))
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Officials with Virginia Tech's Corporate Research center are equally excited by the move.
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((JOE MEREDITH/VT CORPORATE RESEARCH CENTER: THEY'RE A VERY, VERY LARGE CORPORATION AND IT CONTINUES TO GROW THROUGH THE RESEARCH PARK NOT ONLY IN SUPPORTING HIGH QUALITY START-UP COMPANIES BUT BRINGING IN MAJOR CORPORATE CUSTOMERS. ))
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Long-Airdox currently has 26 facilities in seven countries.
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Business-Review


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=sgo
TAPE#=BIZ
GRAPHIC=Business Review


A Roanoke lumber company is ready to board up its distribution center.
And union members in Danville say working 7-days a week might be better than not working at all.
Those are just two of the stories Scott Goldberg brings us in this week's News-7 Business Review.
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597-49 ((Moore's Lumber and Building Supply will not say how many employees were fired this week.
The company will say its Roanoke distribution center is closing next month.
Oklahoma-based Hope Lumber tells News-7 it has purchased Moore's and more layoffs are coming.
No word on the fate of three Moore's stores in the Roanoke area. 97-73
In Charleston, West Virginia, a judge ruled there was nothing wrong with Kroger's decision to close a warehouse and transfer jobs to Roanoke County.
A group of taxpayers and union officials had sued the grocery store, saying Kroger accepted tax breaks and therefore was obligated to stay in West Virginia. 97-82,85
In Roanoke, two businesses are calling it quits.
For the Birds is leaving the city market, transferring Roanoke merchandise to its Blacksburg nest.
And, Lazarus is closing all three of its Roanoke stores after 73-years as a Star City fixture.
Owner Chip Lazarus said big discount stores forced him out of business. 97-86
In Danville, the latest chapter in Goodyear's saga has union members rethinking their vote against working 7-days a week.
Sixty people have been laid off since that vote...prompting the union to ask for a recount. 97-78
Holiday shoppers are turning holiday shippers, sending packages to loved ones all over the country.
But not as many are using United Parcel Service.
U-P-S is struggling to win back customers it lost during last summer's strike.
Meanwhile, FedEx and the Post Office are posting record seasons. dow pre pro
The Asian flu bit Wall Street again.
The Dow lost 311-points this week.
The Nasdaq was down 97.
That is this week's News-7 Business Review.
I'm Scott Goldberg.))
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It's tough making decisions that affect an entire nation--and even tougher when you're a teenager,
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as these students found out. It's part of a school project that's making subjects like economics fun.
That story is coming up in a few minutes, after we check in with Andrew Freiden in the weather center.
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Bike-Bust


ANCHOR=Eric
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There's less than 24 hours left before "Bikes or Bust" is history.
And, this year's donations will be more than enough to bring a smile to hundreds of kids on Christmas.
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Steve Pardon is at Tanglewood Mall and has an update on the progress.
What's going on there now? LIVE Steve Full/Roanoke;
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Parenting-12/12/97


ANCHOR=Eric
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Even with the best of budgets, you're likely to overspend when shopping for the holidays, especially when it comes to getting presents for your kids.
But, one personal financial advisor says it's not too late for stop-gap measures.
Stacey Martin has more on this week's edition of parenting.
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((Santa has the easy part--listening to youngsters'long Christmas wish lists of toys, stuffed animals and more.
But, it's parents who have to spend the money to make those wishes come true.
Though Christmas is only eleven days away it's not too late to get back on track if you've overblown you're budget.
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((TOM NASTA/FINANCIAL CONSULTANT AND INVESTMENT MGR.: ONE IS WHEN THEY'RE OUT BUYING IF YOU USE CASH IT MAKES YOU REALIZE HOW MUCH THE MONEY IS AS OPPOSED TO USING PLASTIC OR DEBIT CARDS.))
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To put a stop to overspending Nasta also suggests making a shopping list and sticking to it.
And, though it may be too late now, Nasta says next Christmas it's best to determine early on what you CAN and CAN'T afford.
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((TOM NASTA/FINANCIAL CONSULTANT AND INVESTMENT MGR.: THE PARENTS HAVE TO DECIDE WHAT THEY CAN AFFORD TO GIVE THEIR CHILD. SOME OF THESE JACKETS AND THINGS ARE 250 DOLLARS. I DON'T THINK WEALTHY PEOPLE BUY JACKETS FOR THAT BUT SOMETIMES PEOPLE WANT THEIR CHILDREN TO HAVE SOMETHING, STRETCH THEMSELVES BEYOND THEIR BUDGET AND THEN END UP PAYING FOR THAT FOR NOT JUST SIX MONTHS BUT MAYBE FOR A YEAR.))
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Stacey Martin, News 7.))

Schools-Carroll


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#=97-98
GRAPHIC=Education


President Clinton and a group of Carroll County students have something in common.
They're both in charge of running a large country.
Teresa Hamilton explains.
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((TEACHER SPEAKS: THE PROFIT IS? ALICIA? STUDENT SPEAKS: WHEN YOU MAKE MORE MONEY THAN YOU SPEND. ))
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Seventh graders at Saint Paul school in Cana are learning the value of money-- first hand.
It's part of a program called YESS!/Mini Society.
The course teaches students the ins and outs of economics-- by having them establish their own country, flag and currency.
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((ALICIA HALL/SEVENTH GRADE:OUR COUNTY WAS CALLED DIXIELAND AND WE TOOK THE CONFEDERATE FLAG APPROACH AND OUR MONEY, WE MADE IT OUT OF PAPER, COLORED PAPER. NATHAN SEBENS/SEVENTH GRADE:OUR COUNTRY IS THE VILLAGE OF THE CRAZIES AND OUR CURRENCY IS CRAZY MONEY AND WE HAVE SEVERAL CANDY BUSINESSES. ))
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The economics lesson doesn't stop there.
After getting established-- the students face other challenges-- as their country grows.
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((GARY LARROWE/VA. COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE: THEY HAVE TO SOLVE ALL THESE SOCIAL PROBLEMS, ECONOMIC PROBLEMS, AND THE OTHER SITUATIONS THAT ARE NEEDED TO ACTUALLY THRIVE IN BUSINESS AND IT TEACHES ENTREPRENEURSHIP, TEACHES THE PUBLIC SERVICES VERSUS PRIVATE SERVICES, AND ALL THESE ASPECTS THAT ARE IN BETWEEN, SO THAT THEY END UP MAKING A PROFILE AND A FEW OF THEM EVEN END UP GOING BANKRUPT. ))
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Larrowe and Virginia cooperative extension agent, Cathy Sutphin, helped make the program possible-- writing the 25- thousand dollar grant-- which was funded by the Kaufman Foundation.
The program is also underway in Wythe and Bedford Counties.
Teresa Hamilton, NEWS 7, Cana. ))

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Where can local children go to find a positive role model?
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A shortage of African-American male volunteers at Big Brothers and Big Sisters of the Roanoke Valley is leaving a gap in the lives of some children.
We'll tell you what the organization is doing to combat this problem, when News 7 continues.
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Minority-Mentors


ANCHOR=Eric
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If you're an African-American man with some time to spare, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Roanoke Valley wants you.
David Johnson explains.
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((Jeremy Preston is not Mason Haynesworth's little brother by blood, but you wouldn't know it to hear it from the 10-year old.
The two are as close as real brothers--with Mason serving as a positive role model for Jeremy.
Mason says a neighbor did the same for him when he was a child.
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((MASON HAYNESWORTH/BIG BROTHER; IN GROWING UP THAT WAY, I FELT THAT I COULD ADD SOME IMPACT TO SOME KIDS LIFE OUT THERE. ))
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Jeremy has known Mason for two weeks, but says, so far, so good.
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((JEREMY PRESTON/LITTLE BROTHER; IT'S NICE BECAUSE I COULD NOT DO THIS WITH MY MOM, NOTHING LIKE THAT. ))
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Over the past 24-years, the Norfolk-Southern audit director has had four little brothers, including one he was a mentor to for 10-years.
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((DOMINIC TRENT/LITTLE BROTHER; IT'S BEEN A POSITIVE CHANGE IN MY LIFE AND THE WAY I LOOK ON THINGS. TO SEE MY FUTURE AND HOW I WANT IT TO BE. ))
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((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING: A FUTURE, SOMETHING EVERY CHILD WANTS TO LOOK FORWARD TO. BUT FOR 30-BOYS, ALL ON A BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS WAITING LIST, 18-OF THEM AFRICAN-AMERICAN, THIS IS WHERE THEY WANT THEIR FUTURE TO BEGIN.))
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((JUNE HOUSE/BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS; WE HAVE A DIFFICULT TIME RECRUITING MEN IN GENERAL, BUT MORE SO AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES. SO WE ARE SEEKING AT THIS TIME AFRICAN-AMERICAN ROLE MODELS, POSITIVE PEOPLE WHO ARE WANTING TO BE INVOLVED IN A CHILD'S LIFE. ))
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To make matters worse, there's competition for volunteers from other organizations in need of minority mentors.
Presently, Mason is the only active black mentor in Big Brothers/Big Sisters.
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((SO THERE IS A CONCERN BECAUSE PARENTS ARE COMING IN ASKING FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALE ROLE MODELS FOR THEIR CHILDREN AND WE'RE TELLING THEM WE DON'T HAVE THEM. ))
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So the organization has set up a task force to resolve that problem.
The goal is to increase the number of positive black male role models to about a dozen. David Johnson, News 7.))
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Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Roy
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And coming, The Heisman Trophy goes to a two way starter U-C-L-A beats Virginia to Claim the Division One Soccer Championship.
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And the Dallas Cowboys will be home for the Holidays missing the playoffs with a loss to Cincinnati.
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S-Cowboys


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
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GRAPHIC=Cowboys/Bengals


The Dallas Cowboys were eliminated from the playoffs this afternoon. Boomer Esiason passed for 242 yards and two touchdowns as Cincinnati Beat Dallas 31 to 24.
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SUPER=03-Cincinnati, OH/FOX SPORTS; :


Barry Switzer checking the action from the sideline.
On their second possession, The Cowboys take it to the house when Sherman williams scores from three yards out to make it 10 to nothing Dallas in the first quarter.
But the Boomer went to work here he pitches it to Eric Bieniemy who cuts outside and scores from 20 yards out and the score was tied at 10 to 10.
The first of Boomer's two T-D passes SUPER=30-Cincinnati/31/Dallas/24/;on

the day came in the second quarter this bomb to Darnay Scott covering 48 yards to make it 17 to 10 Bengals and Cincinnati wins it 31 to 24.
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S-Lions


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#FB97-5
GRAPHIC=Lions/Vikings


The Detroit Lions are one win from qualifying for the N-F-L Playoffs. Herman Moore's one yard touchdown catch with 3 seconds left gave the Lions a 14
to 13 win over Minnesota.
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The Viking fans showing support for quarterback Randall Cunningham.
In the first quarter, Cunningham pitches to Robert Smith who cuts his way into the end zone from 22 yards out to make it 7 to nothing Vikings.
But the Lions come right back. Scott Mitchell hooks up with Cory Schlesinger on the one yard touchdown pass and the score was tied at 7 to 7.
Minnesota led 13 to 7 on two field SUPER=30-Detroit/14/Minnesota/13/;

goals then Mitchell puts it up for Moore who out jumps the defender for the one yard touchdown pass and Detroit wins it 14 to 13.
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S-NFL


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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The Jets force a three way tie in the A-F-C and get their first winning record since 1988 the Colts upset the Dolphins and Atlanta beats Philadelphia.
For all the scores lets go to the boards.
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S-Heisman


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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A new page in the history book of college football was written yesterday when Michigan's Charles Woodson won the Heisman Trophy.
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The Michigan defensive back is the first defensive player to win the trophy in 63 years of balloting for college football's most prestigious award.
Woodson scored four touchdowns had seven interceptions on defense and he caught 11 passes and also returned punts.
Woodson beat out Tennessee quarterback Peyton Manning with 433 first place votes compared to 281 for Manning.
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Woodson is the third Michigan Player to win the Heisman, joining Tom Harmon in 1940 and Desmond Howard in 1991.

S-VMI


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-16
GRAPHIC=VMI Hoops


Up in Lexington this afternoon, The Keydets of V-M-I rallied in the second half to beat Penn State 71 to 68.
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The Keydet pep band pumping up the crowd before the tipoff.
V-M-I's Jason Bell takes it to the hoop and scores drawing the foul for two of his game high 28 points.
Penn State comes back as Carl Jackson works down low and he pulls up and hits the short jumper as the Lions held the lead.
But Darrell Faulkner throws the alley oop to Aaron Demory who throws it down as the Keydets kept the game close in the first half.
Moments later Faulkner shoots the SUPER=33-VMI/71/Penn State/68/;rainbow

jumper that hits nothing but the bottom of the net and the Keydets beat Penn State 71 to 68.
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S-Express


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#ICE-98
GRAPHIC=Express/Hampton


The Roanoke Express will have five days off before returning to the ice at the Roundhouse.
Last night, Roanoke couldn't handle Hampton Roads the Admirals beating the Express 5 to 2.
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Roanoke makes its entrance before the face off with Hampton.
In the first period, Chris Fess comes in from the left side of the net slips and falls passing to Jeff Loder who scores the goal 1 to nothing Roanoke.
With it tied 1 to 1, Duane Harmer brings the puck into the zone and pass to J.F. Tremblay who scores on the Slap shot to make it 2 to 1 Express.
Then less than a minute later the SUPER=38-Roanoke/2/Hampton/5/;Admirals

Chris Phelps scores the goal off Daniel Berthiaume's pads the scores was tied at 2 to 2 and Hampton goes on to win it 5 to 2.
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The Express returns to the ice at the Roundhouse next Friday night against Chesapeake.

S-Soccer


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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The University of Virginia Soccer team came up short in this afternoon's Division One Men's Championship.
U-C-L-A beat the Cavaliers 2 to nothing in the title game this afternoon in Richmond. Wx-Tape
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Promo


ANCHOR=Eric
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WRITER=sta


A Denver dog is relaxing with his owner today following a chilling encounter earlier this weekend.
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You could say this Rhodesian Ridgeback named Hamilton was on thin ice.
Rescue workers braved the icy waters in an effort to heave the pooch back to solid ground.
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We'll tell you how the rescue effort went later tonight on News 7 at Eleven.