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News-head

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Up next on News 7 at 11...
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The party is on for Republicans, as they celebrate the inauguration of Governor Jim Gilmore.
President Clinton answers questions from Paula Jone's lawyers.
And Lynchburg officials say Junius Haskin's dream will not die.
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ANCHOR=Eric
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News 7 at 11 is next.

Inaugural


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#=98-01
GRAPHIC=Jim Gilmore


Virginia's new Governor is kicking up his heels.
Eleven hours into his term, Governor Jim Gilmore's mixing it up at an Inaugural ball in Richmond.
DOUBLE BOXES=Eric and Ellen via Starlink


Ellen Qualls is there with a full report.
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SUPER=@Ellen1;
SUPER=05-Richmond;


They're giving a new definition to Grand Old Party tonight at the Richmond Centre, after swearing-in a first-ever full Republican slate of statewide officers.
But this night is all about James Stuart Gilmore the Third. ROLLED FROM STARLINK
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((George who?
Governor Jim Gilmore's arrived.
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((GILMORE: I AM A SON OF VIRGINIA--I WENT TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN HENRICO SUBURBS; I ATTENDED A GREAT PUBLIC UNIVERSITY OF THIS STATE; AS WELL AS ITS LAW SCHOOL. I HAVE WORKED IN GROCERY STORES. I'VE BEEN A BANK TELLER, AND I'VE PRACTICED LAW. I SERVED MY COUNTRY WHEN IT NEEDED ME IN THE U-S ARMY.))
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Now Virginians have called him into service as their 68th governor.
And he's heard the calling.
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((GILMORE: TOO MANY CITIZENS FEEL FORGOTTEN AND ISOLATED AS THEY PAY THEIR INCOME TAXES, SALES TAXES, UTILITY TAXES, MEALS TAXES, GAS TAXES, AND CAR TAXES.))
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((I DON'T CARE HOW THEY SPEND THEIR TAX SAVINGS. IT'S NOT GOVERNMENT'S BUSINESS HOW PRIVATE CITIZENS SPEND THEIR EARNINGS.))
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sot 10:56;28

((BOB HOLSWORTH: HE REALLY WANTS TO DELIVER ON THIS CAR TAX REDUCTION PLAN, TO ELIMINATE THAT. AND HAVE AN ACHIEVEMENT THAT EVEN GOVERNOR ALLEN COULD NOT ACHIEVE.))
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Another mark he's his own man -- his first official act: creating a blue ribbon commission to chart a bold new course for Virginia colleges and universities -- the kind of support college presidents pined for from George Allen.
And an olive branch to state workers-- whom George Allen made feel like an endangered species.
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((THEY NEED TO KNOW THAT THEY MARCH BY MY SIDE AS WE LEAD VIRGINIA INTO THE NEXT CENTURY.))
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sot 13:17:49

((CRANWELL: GENTLE AND GENTILE IS THE WORDS I MAY WANT TO USE THAN THE ONE FOUR YEARS AGO. HE SAID HE WANTED TO WORK TOGETHER. AND IF THAT'S THE ATTITUDE AND THE TONE, WE'LL GET SOMETHING DONE.))
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((GILMORE: TONIGHT... ALL OF YOU.))
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So this day ends for the new Governor.
Monday night, he gets more specific, with his first State of the Commonwealth address.
And by the end of next week, Eric, he's promised some final numbers on how much "no car tax" will really cost.

Politics


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=sly
TAPE#=97-86
GRAPHIC=Session 1998


Winning a seat in the General Assembly was NOT very difficult for some representatives, considering they had no opposition from their home districts.

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Nearly half did not have an opponent last November. Political observers note pay and other restrictions discourage candidates from seeking the job of Delegate.
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((DR. HARRY WILSON/ROANOKE COLLEGE CENTER FOR COMMUNITY RESEARCH: WE SEE A VERY HIGH PERCENTAGE OF ATTORNEYS AND SELF-EMPLOYED PEOPLE AND ALMOST EVERYONE ELSE IS REALLY DISQUALIFIED FROM RUNNING.))
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Former candidate Al Bedrosian says those interested in politics don't need big party backing or a campaign war chest--he says first time candidates can be successful if they have principle and consistency on issues.
Last fall Bedrosian came close to upsetting powerful Vinton Democrat Dick Cranwell.
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Clinton-Jones


ANCHOR=Eric
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WRITER=eea
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President Clinton faced Paula Jones today, and answered questions from her lawyers for almost six hours.
Sources say his testimony in a nutshell is... he didn't do it.
Jonathan Freed has more.
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((The President's motorcade left the White House Saturday morning and took a right turn into history.
Just a couple of blocks away, at his lawyer's office, Bill Clinton became the first U-S President to testify as a defendant in a law suit.
SOUND-UP: JONES JOSTLED BY MEDIA.
Clinton's accuser, Paula Jones had to fight her way through the media...in order to sit in as her lawyers took sworn testimony from the President...a pre-trial deposition.
Jones is suing Clinton for sexual harassment. She claims that when Clinton was governor of Arkansas, he exposed himself to her in a Little Rock hotel room...asking for oral sex. She was a state employee.
The judge in the case has imposed a gag order. But Jones' lawyers were expected to try to question Clinton about his sexual history.
The President claims he does not remember meeting Jones.
And recent opinion polls are suggesting that more people now believe the President's story.
Jones' spokesperson.
BITE (SUSAN CARPENTER-McMILLAN/JONES' SPOKESPERSON): PAULA HASN'T REALLY CARED WHAT THE REST OF THE COUNTRY THINKS...PAULA HAS TO BE WORRIED ABOUT WHAT 12 JURORS IN LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS ARE GOING TO THINK.
That is, of course, if the case actually goes to trial. Jones is reportedly willing to settle out of court for 2-million dollars, and an apology. No final word on that from Clinton's side.
SOUND-UP: MOTORCADE LEAVING LAW OFFICE.
The deposition lasted most of the day...the President and Jones left quickly, without comment.
Later, Jones and her entourage went out to dinner and were, effectively, on display...
TAG (JONATHAN FREED/CBS NEWS): IF THERE IS A TRIAL, THE PRESIDENT DOES NOT HAVE TO APPEAR IN PERSON...BUT IN THAT CASE, IT'S EXPECTED THAT HIS VIDEOTAPED DEPOSITION WOULD BE PLAYED FOR THE JURY. J-F...THE WHITE HOUSE.))

VMI-Dropout


ANCHOR=Eric
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TAPE#=98-04
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The Virginia Military Institute now has one less cadet, after another female freshman left yesterday.
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The Washington Post reported that Beth Hogan of Oregon returned to the school Tuesday after the Christmas holidays then told officials yesterday she was leaving.
Hogan was the first woman in the school's 158-year history to sign VMI's matriculation book.
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Columbia


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There's word today that Trigon Blue Cross and Blue Shield has put three Columbia/HCA hospitals back on its preferred provider organization lists.
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use file from 597-51 5-Columbia; 97-88 Columbia
Yesterday, Delegate Jim Shuler and State Senator Madison Mayre apparently worked out an agreement calling for Trigon to honor its insurance contract for state employees.
With the settlement, workers are now covered through to October 19-99.
Back in December Trigon announced plans to drop Lewis-Gale, Montgomery Regional and Pulaski Community Hospital-- from its preferred provider organization lists.
A spokesperson for Trigon would not confirm yesterday's settlement.
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Occupancy-Rates


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=djo
TAPE#=97-93
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Many people welcome big businesses moving into the Roanoke Valley, but it's creating some difficulties for smaller, local companies.
David Johnson explains.
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((Big businesses in the region usually settle in at one of the 19-shopping centers measuring more than 50-thousand square feet in size.
But, that's leaving only four-percent of the space open for new tenants.
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((DR. MILLE MOORE/BOONE AND CO. REALTY; WE HAVE A VALLEY LIKE ROANOKE AND AREAS LIKE BLACKSBURG, CHRISTIANSBURG THAT ARE 96-PERCENT LEASED IN THEIR DOMINANT SHOPPING CENTERS. WHERE DO THESE SMALL BUSINESSES GO IN TERMS OF FINDING A PLACE TO START THEIR BUSINESS?))
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Another issue is where do businesses go that are looking to expand or have a second location.
One recommendation is to get an early start.
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((MOORE/BOONE AND CO. REALTY; IT'S NOT THAT WE DON'T HAVE ANY SPACE OR IN A CENTER HERE LIKE TOWERS WHERE WE DON'T HAVE LEASES COMING UP AND PEOPLE WILL EITHER VACATE OR MOVE TO ANOTHER SPACE OR EXPAND OR WHATEVER. BUT IT TAKES A LOT OF TIME TO FIND A SPACE FOR A 12-HUNDRED SQUARE FOOT TENANT TODAY.))
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Though it's hard on some small businesses, some realtors say there's an upside to having a high occupancy rate.
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((LOUISE DUDLEY/FAISON REALTY; WITH THE NEW VACANCIES, WE'RE ABLE TO BRING IN A TENANT THAT MAY CONTRIBUTE TO OUR TENANT MIX AS WELL AS TO A HIGHER VOLUME, WHICH EQUATES TO A HIGHER SALES PER SQUARE.))
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In Roanoke, there may be a solution in the near future with potential development along the Route 460 corridor.
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((MOORE/BOONE AND CO. REALTY; THERE ARE A COUPLE OF DEVELOPERS WHO'VE BEEN LOOKING AT LAND OUT IN THAT ARENA. WHETHER THEY'LL END UP BEING "BIG BOX" TENANTS OR WHETHER THEY'LL END UP BEING SOME BIG BOXES AND SOME SMALL SHOPS HAS YET TO BE ANNOUNCED.))
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STAND-UP/12:37:03 ((DAVID JOHNSON/REPORTING; SO WHILE IT SPEAKS VOLUMES FOR THE ROANOKE VALLEY THAT MOST OF THE SHOPPING SPACES ARE OCCUPIED, IT DOESN'T HELP THE MOM AND POPS OF THE AREA, WHO ARE TRYING TO MAKE THEIR BUSINESSES GROW AND THEIR DREAMS COME TRUE. DAVID JOHNSON, NEWS 7.))
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Webwatch


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=eea
TAPE#WebWatch
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The browser war prompts Netscape to send out some pink slips.
And, if you liked the movie "Titanic" and can't get enough--catch the latest waves on the Internet.
More now in this week's edition of WebWatch.
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It's loosing millions of dollars and hundreds of workers...
Netscape is projecting an 80 million dollar quarterly loss, blaming pressure from Microsoft and lagging sales.
400 layoffs are planned, about 13 percent of it's workforce.
Meanwhile, closing arguments in Justice Department's anti-trust suit against Microsoft are scheduled for Thursday.

Learn more about money and politics in your area by visiting the Federal Election Commission site.
It now has on-line access to financial reports from candidates, and committees.
You can learn a lot with a quick search, for example, did you know Virginia dentists have their own political action committee?

An Indiana school keeps parents involved in education through it's web page.
At the Evansville Day School site parents can check on the curriculum and class materials... browse sports statistics, and check out their grades...
It's one of the first schools in the country with on-line report cards... school officials say it's well-protected by password system

If you fell head over heals for the movie "Titanic"... You'll love the real story... chronicled by the Encyclopedia Britannica in a special on-line exhibit of photographs, illustrations and press clippings.
To join the voyage, head for the WebWatch page on the WDBJ Website, at WWW-dot-wdbj7-dot-com. ))

Train-Station


ANCHOR=Eric
NEWSCAST=11p
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#=97-87
GRAPHIC=Lynchburg City Seal


Lynchburg City Councilman Junius Haskins died one year ago today.
Now others are stepping forward to fight for the project that meant so much to him.
Steve Smallshaw has more about renovations to the city's old train station.
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(( Five months before he died, Junius Haskins surveyed the old train station that meant so much to him, and talked about his vision for the property.
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((JUNIUS HASKINS/JULY, 1996: IT COULD BE A GOLD MINE. I'M JUST WAITING FOR IT TO HAPPEN. IT'S NOT IF, BUT IT'S JUST WHEN, BECAUSE IT'S GOT TO HAPPEN.))
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Haskins died of a heart attack in Washington D.C., on a mission to raise federal support for the project.
A year later, his efforts are paying off.
The city has completed a development plan for the area, and will soon start applying a quarter million dollar grant towards renovating the station.
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Standup 4:22:07
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((STEVE SMALLSHAW/REPORTING: DESPITE THE OUTWARD APPEARANCES, OFFICIALS SAY PROGRESS IS BEING MADE HERE. A CITY STAFFER HAS BEEN ASSIGNED FULL TIME TO THE TRAIN STATION DEVELOPMENT PROJECT, AND NEGOTIATIONS CONTINUE WITH THE RAILROADS TO HAVE THE PROPERTY DONATED TO LYNCHBURG.))
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Like Haskins, his colleagues know this will take time.
It's his memory that keeps them going.
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((CARL HUTCHERSON/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL MEMBER: DOESN'T LOOK A LOT DIFFERENT THEN IT DID LAST YEAR AT THIS TIME, BUT I THINK IT WILL, AND THINGS DO TAKE TIME. WE'RE LOOKING AT THE WHOLE AREA.))
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((ED BARKSDALE/LYNCHBURG COUNCIL MEMBER: IT'S GOING TO BE A LONG, DRAWN OUT PROJECT, BUT IT'S GOING TO BE BEAUTIFUL ONCE IT IS COMPLETED, AND I'M GOING TO STAY ON TOP OF IT UNTIL IT DOES REACH COMPLETION.))
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Barksdale says the city and Haskins deserve at least that much.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.)) Forecasts
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
GRAPHIC=Atlantic 10


The Virginia Tech Hokies lost their third straight game yesterday.
Xavier got 24 points from Torraye Braggs and beat the Hokies 77 to 66 in the Atlantic 10.
Tech is 6 and 8 overall and 1 and 3 in the Atlantic 10.
Meantime, Terri Williams scored 19 as the Lady Hokies beat George Washington 64 to 57.

S-ODAC


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NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#NONE
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Speaking of lady's action, In the ODAC today Randolph-Macon beat Roanoke 71 to 51 and Washington and Lee downed Lynchburg 55 to 48.
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And in other scores, Radford beat Elon 61 to 58 and Methodist downed Ferrum 72 to 58.

S-Carolina


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WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB98-3
GRAPHIC=ACC Logo


Ed Cota had a career high 14 assists as North Carolina bounced back to beat Appalachian State 96 to 63.
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Buzz Peterson was back in Chapel Hill with his Mountaineers.
Carolina took it to the hoop early and often Vince Carter driving in for the first points of the game.
The next time down the floor Antwan Jamison takes it in the paint and hits the jump hook for a 4 to nothing lead.
Appalachian State trailed by 16 at the half Mike Garner hitting this three pointer for the Mountaineers.
But Carolina was just too strong Ed SUPER=33-North Carolina/96/Appalachian

St./63/;Cota takes it in and scores off the glass and the Tar Heels win it 96 to 63.
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S-Duke


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB98-2
GRAPHIC=ACC Logo


Second ranked Duke led by 24 in the second half but held on for an 81 to 80 win over Clemson.
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SUPER=03-Durham, NC/ABC SPORTS; :


Rick Barnes watches his Tigers fall behind in the second half.
The Blue Devils would take it to the hoop and this basket put the Tigers behind by a score of 55 to 31.
Then moments later Trajan Langdon gets behind the line and hits the three pointer for three of his season high 23 points.
But the Tigers clawed their way back into the game on this play Terrell McIntyre banks in the three from the top of the key to make it 78 to 72.
Langdon answered that basket with this three pointer and the Tigers trailed 81 to 78.
Clemson cut the lead to one and had SUPER=33-Duke/81/Clemson/80/;two

shots at the win in the closing seconds but Duke holds on to win 81 to 80.
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S-Knicks


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S8-4
GRAPHIC=NBA LOGO


New York used a 12 point run in the fourth quarter to beat Toronto 93 to 82.
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Patrick Ewing still sporting the cast on his broken wrist.
Charlie Ward sets up in the corner and nails the three pointer and the Knicks led 27 to 21 after one.
But the Raptors came back Doug Christie hits the three pointer from the top of the key and the game was tied 31 to 31 in the second.
New York's Larry Johnson gets it SUPER=32-New York/93/Toronto/82/;down

low misses but gets his own rebound and scores and the Knicks win it 93 to 82.
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S-Scores


ANCHOR=Roy
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WRITER=Roy
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A special day in Lawrence, Kansas for former N-B-A great Wilt Chamberlin.
Before today's game with Kansas State, The Jayhawks retired Chamberlins number 13 and then went on to win the game by 4.
Now, here's the rest of the scores.
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Sports Tease


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


And coming up, Darrell Waltrip talks about his new sponsors for the 1998 Winston Cup Season.
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And scores and highlights from the Crestar Roundball Classic at the Salem Civic Center.
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S-Fleming


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#BB98-1
GRAPHIC=Crestar Classic


William Fleming opened The Crestar Roundball Classic with a win yesterday afternoon at the Salem Civic Center.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Fleming vs Providence Day; :


Providence Day head coach David Carrier huddled around his team setting up a play.
Fleming moves the ball in close Scott Byrd passes to Michael Fleshman who hits the jumper in traffic to tie it at 17 to 17 in the second quarter.
But Providence day comes right back with the outside game Ryan Carson hits the three pointer for the lead.
The Colonels took the lead in the SUPER=33-William Fleming/63/Providence

Day/61/;quarter and then William Hankins nails this three pointer and Fleming goes on to win the game 63 to 61.
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S-Liberty


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#S7-17
GRAPHIC=Crestar Classic


Top Ranked Liberty and Patrick Henry headed last night's session of the Crestar Roundball Classic.
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SUPER=03-Salem/Liberty vs Patrick Henry; :


We go straight to the action. Patrick Henry gets out on the break and hits a cutting Ray Johnson who goes in for the one handed jam cutting the Liberty lead.
But the Minutemen come back and find Mike Perry on the wing he hits the three pointer and Liberty padded its lead.
Patrick Henry's Dominic English flashes into the Liberty lane hitting the jumper keeping the game close in the second quarter.
Liberty's pressure defense was too SUPER=33-Liberty/84/Patrick

Henry/70/;much for the Patriots Peanut Arrington gets the ball on the turnover and hits the tough shot and Liberty wins it 84 to 70.
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S-Crestar


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


In the other games, Salem beat Lee of Staunton 67 to 63 and Northside downs Chapel Hill 84 to 78 in overtime.
In other scores, Bath County over Craig County 65 to 42 Glenvar beats William Byrd 61 to 54 and Laurel Park over Smith 42 to 35.
Darrell Waltrip talks about his new sponsors in our next sports segment stay with us.

S-Waltrip


ANCHOR=Roy
NEWSCAST=11pm
WRITER=Roy
TAPE#R-38
GRAPHIC=Darrell Waltrip


Darrell Waltrip celebrated his 25-th year in Winston Cup racing in 1997. But a lack of sponsorship money almost kept him from joining the circuit this season.
However, Mike Stevens tells us that some construction specialists are helping him build up his bank account just in time for Daytona.
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And, that's a wrap from the News 7 Sports Department.

Video


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A mother in Southern California is welcoming 17 new additions to her family.
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Bailey started giving birth to her pups Wednesday night.
Number 17 arrived at 6:30 Thursday morning.
A veterinarian who helped Bailey out said a normal litter is from eight to twelve pups.
The litter didn't break any records, but it came close.
It tied the record for the second largest puppy litter in the Guiness Book of World Records.
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Weekend-Promo


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Join Denise Allen and Andrew Freiden for News 7 Saturday Morning and News 7 Sunday Morning weekends at eight a-m.
They'll have plenty of news, weather and sports, plus some other new segments you'll enjoy. (ad lib byes) Talent=Keith