23:00-01

News-head

ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#Heads
GRAPHIC=NONE


Up next on News 7 at 11...
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The rocks are gone and the road is open in Carroll County tonight.
Virginia police are looking for answers in the murder of a North Carolina police officer.
And the American charged with spying in Russia is back home.
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rock-slide


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=amo
TAPE#97-79
GRAPHIC=news-7 at 11


Good Evening, I'm Eric Earnhart
A Christmas Eve rock slide in Southwest Virginia may have added extra drive time to the trip for some motorists this Christmas Day.
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A stretch of Interstate 77 was closed on Fancy Gap Mountain in Carroll County at mile markers five and six, for nearly 24-hours. wipe wipe wipe
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State police blame the massive rock slide on heavy rain.
The slide happened last night at about 7:30.
The debris forced a major detour through U-S Route 52 or into Roanoke until the road reopened about 5:30 this afternoon.
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Highway crews from the Virginia Department of Transporatation began cleaning up the mess at daylight.
No one was injured in the rock slide-- and there weren't any backups at the detour.
Crews will spend the next few days assessing the scene, to see if any increased safety measures are necessary.
This isn't the first time a rock slide has caused problems on Fancy Gap Mountain.
In 1989, a slide just a half mile away closed the road for two MONTHS.
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police-shooting


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=amo
TAPE#net-f
GRAPHIC=police shot


A police officer was killed and a second officer wounded in a shootout with a 16-year old who also was killed just north of Charlotte North Carolina.
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The shootings happened about 5:45 this afternoon in Davidson.
Only three police officers were on duty there today.
All three responded to a disturbance at a residence.
Witnesses say the teen was carrying a gun, when he refused to drop it, there was a struggle with police.
They say two officers and the 16-year old were all shot and fell into a ditch by the side of the road.
Virginia State Police are on the lookout for two cars last seen driving north on Interstate 77-- the suspects are wanted for questioning in the shooting.
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Russian-Spy


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#NET-B
GRAPHIC=none


Accused spy Richard Bliss is home for the holidays, and, he hopes, for good.
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VO-NAT
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Bliss was using satellite equipment to survey land for a cellular phone system when he was arrested and charged with espionage.
He was released on a two week furlough for the holidays.
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((RICHARD BLISS/ACCUSED SPY; THIS WAS A VERY TRYING EXPERIENCE FOR ME AS YOU CAN ALL WELL IMAGINE, WHAT'S GOTTEN ME THROUGH IT WAS THE TREMENDOUS AMOUNT OF SUPPORT THAT WE'VE RECEIVED FROM SAN DIEGO AND THE ENTIRE COUNTRY AS A WHOLE.))
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VO-NAT


Bliss is supposed to return January tenth to face the charges, but Russian officials may be softening on that demand.
Bliss says the fact they released him for the holidays is a good sign.
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Denver-Hostage


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#NET-D
GRAPHIC=NONE


The man charged with taking seven hostages at a Denver Post Office yesterday is in jail.
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VO-NAT
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Bond for 42-year-old David Lee Jackson was set at one million dollars today.
The 10-hour standoff ended last night, when negotiators say Jackson got tired and said "how do I get out of this mess?"
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((SGT. DENNIS CRIBARI/DENVER POLICE; THE TIME FACTOR REALLY HAS A LOT TO DO WITH IT AND GENERALLY A HOSTAGE TAKER GETS INTO A JAM, AND REALIZED THE JAM THEY'RE IN AND THEN THEY'RE LOOKING FOR A WAY OUT. ))
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Jackson's friends are coming to his defense, blaming his actions on the way he was treated by the Postal Service.
Jackson was fired 18 months ago for threatening a supervisor.
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Detroit-Fire


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#NET-C
GRAPHIC=fatal fire


A Christmas Eve fire in Detroit killed four children last night.
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Firefighters say it started in a sofa and engulfed the house.
The children's father jumped out of a second story window.
He and his neighbors tried, but couldn't get back inside to save the children, ages 8 months to five years.
Officials say they were killed by the heavy smoke. The cause appears to be accidental, no charges have been filed.
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video


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=amo
TAPE#net-h
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In Pakistan-- Heavy fog made it difficult for rescue workers to reach victims in a deadly train wreck....
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More than 35-people were killed and at least 40 hurt after two passenger trains collided head on late Wednesday at a small station in central Pakistan.
The collision happened when a train rammed into the other standing at the rural railway station.
The stationary train was waiting for the other train to change tracks.
All but one of the casualties occurred on the parked train.
Police say those killed included several air force personnel who were going home on leave.
The driver of the running train, blamed the accident on the station pointman for failing to divert the train.
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Tease#1



ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11

SOFT MUSIC
Feeding the hungry isn't a problem during the holidays-- but what about getting volunteers other times of the year?
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VO-NAT


Next on News-7-- Queen Elizabeth addresses her subjects and the world this Christmas-- as her grandsons try to move on without their mother this holiday season.
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Queen


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#NET-E
GRAPHIC=diana


The British Royal family celebrated a bittersweet Christmas, as they remembered the death of Princess Diana.
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VO-NAT
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Prince Charles, and sons William and Harry met admirers on the way to a church service, where a minister paid tribute to the princess and the others who died.
In her address to the nation, Queen Elizabeth thanked her subjects for their support during a time of "almost unbearable sadness."
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((QUEEN ELIZABETH; CHRISTMAS RE-AFFIRMS THAT GOD IS WITH US TODAY AND AS I HAVE DISCOVERED THIS YEAR, HE IS ALWAYS PRESENT IN THE KINDNESS SHOWN BY OUR NEIGHBORS AND SHOWN BY OUR FRIENDS AND OUR FAMILIES ))
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The queen called the carpet of flowers laid outside Diana's home a great comfort to those close to her.
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Troops


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=eea
TAPE#NET-A
GRAPHIC=bosnia


U.S. troops serving in Bosnia celebrated Christmas with the stars and the brass.
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VO-NAT
SUPER=03-Tuzla, Bosnia/Yesterday;


Defense Secretary William Cohen and his wife spent the holidays with the soldiers, eating and socializing with the troops....
And joining singer Mary Chapin Carpenter on stage.
Cohen congratulated them for their work keeping the peace.
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Soup-Kitchen


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=SGO
TAPE#97-97
GRAPHIC=Christmas (ornaments)


People who volunteer at soup kitchens know how much their help is appreciated this time of year.
But as Scott Goldberg reports, when there's not a major holiday, soup kitchens are having a tough time finding volunteers.
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(( From the music to the food to the volunteers spooning out the healthy portions, it looks a like Christmas at the Daily Bread soup kitchen in Lynchburg.
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((GILBERT FEINMAN: I ENJOY EVERY BIT OF IT. IT'S GOOD TO SEE -- TO HELP YOUR FELLOW MAN. ))
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Gilbert Feinman has worked at Daily Bread since it opened in 19-82.
Bonnie Maggi just started volunteering.
But she likes it so much, she brought her whole family along to help out in the kitchen.
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((BONNIE MAGGI/VOLUNTEER: I WANT TO GET OTHER PEOPLE OUT HERE BECAUSE IT MAKES ME FEEL GOOD. I WANT THEM TO FEEL GOOD, TOO.))
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**STANDUP**
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((SCOTT GOLDBERG/REPORTER: IT HAS NEVER BEEN THAT HARD FOR SOUP KITCHENS TO FIND PEOPLE TO WORK ON MAJOR HOLIDAYS LIKE CHRISTMAS OR THANKSGIVING. THE REST OF THE YEAR, THOUGH, IT HASN'T BEEN THAT EASY. DAILY BREAD USED TO SERVE MEALS SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. BUT PEOPLE STOPPED VOLUNTEERING. AND ON SATURDAYS, DAILY BREAD HAD TO STOP SERVING.))
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((BONNIE MAGGI: WE HAVE THE PEOPLE TO FEED WE JUST NEED SOME VOLUNTEERS. ))
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A calendar in the kitchen keeps track of how many people visit Daily Bread for meals.
This Christmas Day, that number is the lowest its been this month.
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((ALL OF THEM WAS VERY HAPPY TODAY WHICH MADE US FEEL GOOD TOO. ))
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But on other days soup kitchens need more people like Feinman.
People who plan to volunteer as long as they can.
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((I HAD A CHAT A FEW YEARS AGO WITH MY GOOD FRIEND UP ABOVE. AS YOU KNOW, IT'S GOD. AND I ASKED HIM TO GIVE ME ANOTHER 20-25 MORE YEARS. SO FAR HE'S DONE WELL. ))
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And so has Feinman.
Seventy-seven years young, and still going strong.
Scott Goldberg, News-7, Lynchburg.))

Tease#2



ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11

SOFT MUSIC
Santa Claus is probably taking it easy right now-- after a busy night...
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but did he enjoy the cookies you left out for him? He'll fill us in on his favorites when we come back.
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Santa-Essay


ANCHOR=Tonya
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=Dal
TAPE#97-93
GRAPHIC=Christmas Santa Hat


Santa is probably taking a well deserved rest.
But recently the jolly old elf made his annual trip to southwest Virginia to visit his friends Lil and Bob Evans.
Denise Allen caught up with him in Radford.
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((SANTA CLAUS: I NEED TO TAKE OFF MY NORTH POLE COAT BECAUSE I AM TOO HOT. WHEN I LEFT IT WAS 20 DEGREES BELOW ZERO WHEN I LEFT THE NORTH POLE.))
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((OOH YOU WOULDN'T BELIEVE HOW WARM THIS IS I'VE GOT REINDEER HAIR ALL OVER IT TOO.))
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((HE HAS A REINDEER CALL.))
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((SANTA: THIS IS MY REINDEER CALLING HORN.))
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((what does santa do to call his reindeer? BLOWS HIS HORN THREE TIMES.))
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((SANTA: WHEN I BLOW THIS THREE TIMES IN A ROW IT'S TIME FOR THEM TO COME RUNNING AND LINE UP IN FRONT OF THE SLEIGH.))
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((LET ME TELL YOU THIS. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT. A LOT OF PEOPLE SAY SANTA CLAUS WHAT'S YOUR FAVORITE COOKIE?))
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((what's santa's favorite cookie? CHOCOLATE CHIP.))
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((SANTA: ARE YOU READY? SAY THIS IS NUMBER ONE, CHOCOLATE CHIP. THIS IS NUMBER TWO, RIGHT HERE, OATMEAL-RAISIN, NUMBER THREE IS SUGAR COOKIES WITH EITHER SPRINKLES OR ICING, NUMBER FOUR IS OREOS AND NUMBER FIVE IS GINGER SNAPS.))
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((IF YOU NEED GINGER SNAPS IT HELPS ME A LOT IF YOU PUT A CAN OF WHIPPED CREAM OUT THERE. I REALLY LOVE WHIPPED CREAM. I'LL TAKE ONE GINGER SNAP AT A TIME AND GO..makes the sound of whipped cream coming out of the can...AND JUST PUT A LITTLE WHIPPED CREAM ON THERE.))
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)) Forecasts
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SUPER=334-Partly Cloudy/Sprinkle Possible/33-37/Mostly Cloudy/43-47;
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S-Extra


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=Extra
GRAPHIC=none


A Christmas sports segment filled with Christmas presents and a few holiday songs....
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including this Extra Point blockbuster Christmas HIT! courtesy of Lance Schulters. Schulters played in the annual Blue/Gray Classic. Ed Scissom took the lick; all of tonight's highlights in a few.
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S-Blue


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=FB97-4
GRAPHIC=NFL


NFL scouts joined thousands of fans for the annual Blue/Gray College football Classic in Montgomery, Alabama today. And after 55 points; the Gray emerged the winner.
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SUPER=03-Montgomery, AL/ABC; :00


North Carolina State head coach Mike O'Cain called the shots for the gray squad.
Ed Scissum opened the scoring with this five yard touchdown run thanks to a strong second effort. Gray was out in front 7-nothing.
Then; the Gray goes to the airways with James Brown. The Texas quarterback hits Mike Ricks on a 43 yard touchdown completion as time expires in the first half. 17 to 3 Gray.
Then it was back to the ground attack. Dennis Riddle scoots in from 18 yards away to make it a 24 to 3 ball game.
Brown would work his magic again; this time finding Curtis Alexander on a
SUPER=34-Gray/31/Blue/24;

46 yard TD strike and the gray had this one in the bag up 31-10 in the fourth quarter.
The Blue's Cory Sauters connected with Pat Johnson on this 10 yarder. The Blue won in first downs, rushing and passing yards but lost where it counts most; on the scoreboard; 31-24.
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S-Aloha


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=VF97-2
GRAPHIC=None
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VO-NAT WIPE TO #ENG!!!!!!!!!!
SUPER=03-Honolulu, HI/ABC; :00


Lets head to Hawaii; for the Aloha bowl. Number 21 Washington and 25th ranked Michigan State received words of encouragement before this one.
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((MICHAEL BUFFER/"RUMBLE DUDE":))
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The Spartans would rumble...and stumble.. and bumble in this one. Watch Washington quarterback Brock Huard connect with Fred Coleman on a 14 yard strike to put the Huskies up by a pair of touchdowns.
Michigan State answers; Todd Schultz finds Gari Scott on a 12 yard
SUPER=34-Washington/51/Michigan State/23;

completion to close Washington's gap to 14-7 in the first quarter.
Schultz' would then find the wrong guy. The Huskies Tony parrish benefits from the tipped pass and scampers 56 yards for the TD; Washington wins the Aloha 51-23.
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S-Sugar


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=FB97-5
GRAPHIC=Citrus Bowl


Since losing it's two top offensive stars; many eyes will be on Penn State January first when the Nittany Lions play Florida at 12:30.
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VO-NAT WIPE TO #eng!!!!!!!!!
SUPER=03-Tallahassee, FL; :00


The Gators nemesis; 10 and 1 Florida State; battles 10 and 2 Ohio State later on that day at 8 in the Sugar Bowl.
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((BOBBY BOWDEN/FLORIDA STATE HEAD COACH:))
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S-Maroons


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-9
GRAPHIC=Roanoke


Moving from the gridiron to the hard wood where the soft hearted Roanoke College men's basketball team, Dominos lewis Gale, and the American Cancer Society are preparing for what they hope will be a banner year for the fifth annual Domino's Lewis-Gale Classic.
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=03-Salem; :00


The basketball tournament tips off Saturday January third at 5:30 at Roanoke College. The action concludes Sunday with the auction of jerseys, memorabilia and autographs donated by superstars from all over the college, NBA and NFL worlds.
The auction follows the championship game which begins a 7:30. All of the proceeds got to the American cancer Society and the V-Foundation. Past tournaments have raised over 28 thousand dollars.
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ANCHOR=Steve
SS=Roanoke


Roanoke, York, Methodist and Wesley Colleges are competing.

S-Jazz


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-17
GRAPHIC=NBA


Two NBA teams hit the hard wood this Christmas day. Utah's John Stockton, Karl Malone and Jeff Hornecek combined for 64 points as the Jazz grooved past Houston 107 to 103.
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SUPER=03-Salt Lake City, UT/NBC; :00


Not santa's Rudolf but the Rockets Rudy Tomjanovich will due. Kevin Willis lead all Houston scorers with 25; including this Merry Christmas greeting to put the Rockets up by 9 in the first.
But Stockton was unstoppable; registering a team high 24. He gets three of them on this wide open trey. Defense anyone...nahhh it's the NBA.
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Malone delivered 20; hitting turn around after turn around. This J put the Jazz up 74-67 in the third.
The third amigo; Jeff Hornecek knocked in 20 as well and the Jazz give coach Jerry Sloan his 500th Utah win; 107 tot 103.
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S-Bulls


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-19
GRAPHIC=Chicago Bulls


To the windy city where the Chicago Bulls scrooged the Miami Heat; holding Pat Riley's team to just 80 points as the world champs win their sixth straight.
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SUPER=03-Chicago/NBC; :00


Much of the NBA;s brain trust was courtside for this potential Eastern Conference finals showdown.
Despite the triple teams; the Heat's Alonzo Mourning managed to find the range on this one. The year around bodybuilder pumped the iron for 16 points before fouling out in the fourth.
King Michael the first had a slow start but finished with a game high 24;
SUPER=32-Chicago/90/Miami/80;

also registering the double-double with 11 rebounds.
Teammate Toni Kockoc also got into the versatility act. He blocks the shot then runs the floor and gives the Scott Burrell for the deuce. Toni had 19 as the Bulls win 90 to 80.
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Sports tease


ANCHOR=steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=none
GRAPHIC=none


Still to come in sports; a few Christmas wishes fromthe Virginia Tech football team;
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and the Associated press recognizes a tackle as the best defensiev player in the NFL.
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S-Dana


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=S7-18
GRAPHIC=49ers


The Associated press dropped the San Francisco 49ers Dana Stubblefield another Christmas present today by naming him
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VO-NAT #eng
SUPER=04-NFL; :00


their defensive player of the year. Stubblefield, who amassed 28 of the possible 48 votes, went from worst to best in a year. from 1 sack and 39 tackles in 1996 to his 1997 total of 15 sacks; the defensive tackle is second the national Football league. He has also been solid against the run.
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ANCHOR=Steve
SS=Bruce Smith


Former Virginia tech standout Bruce Smith; now the anchor on the Buffaloe Bills defenisve line; was second with 6 votes.

S-Gator


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#ST5-32
GRAPHIC=Gator Bowl


Finally, the Virginia Tech Football team has had a few days off to visit with family and friends during a brief holiday break.
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But we tracked them down before they went home. So as Christmas 1997 comes to a close; here's one last listen to the Hokies Christmas wishes.
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((FRANK BEAMER/VA. TECH HEAD COACH:)) ((PIERSON PRIOLEAU/VA. TECH ROVER:)) ((GENNARO DINAPOLI/VA. TECH OFFENSIVE GUARD:)) ((TODD WASHINGTON/VA. TECH CENTER:))
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christmas-card


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11
WRITER=amo
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That's News-7 for this Christmas 1997.
Before we leave, we want to wish you a Happy and Safe Holiday Season. Thanks for watching...Goodnight.
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