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ANCHOR=Keith

A D-U-I arrest turns into a fatality.
Coming up on NEWS 7 at SIX... we'll try to sort out what happened in Botetourt County yesterday.
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And the Cat in the Hat Comes Back to celebrate what would have been the 94th birthday of Theodore Giesel... A-K-A: Doctor Seuss.
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Sports-head


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=none


In sports, early highlights from the Virginia Tech/UMass womens A-10 title game, the Hokisa dnt eh Highlanders hit the doamnod today,
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and Mike Stevens will uncover all the hype around Raford as the mens basketball team puts on it's dancing shoes.
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WX-Head
TALENT=Robin
SS=None


Tonight the region will see several types of weather including rain, snow and the return of chilly temperatures. Details a bit later... open
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Boty-Shooting


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=tte
TAPE#98-13
GRAPHIC=Police Shooting


State police are investigating why a Botetourt sheriff's deputy shot a man in a traffic stop -- but the deputy's bullet was not the one that killed him.
Double Boxes=Keith and Tina/Newsroom


Tina Tenret has the latest on this investigation.
Live=Tina Full/Newsroom
SUPER=@Tina1;


Keith -- the medical examiner says Leonard Jenkins killed himself by shooting a 9 millimeter pistol into his mouth -- within seconds of shooting a sheriff's deputy in the chest.
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OUT Q=under the influence

The sheriff says 28-year-old Leonard Jenkins failed all field sobriety tests when he was pulled over early Sunday morning.
Deputy Earnest Spiva then called for backup and a breathalyzer, but when he approached the white Ford pickup again, Jenkins shot Spiva twice in the chest.
Backup Deputy Greg Hepler was standing behind the truck -- he heard Jenkins fire a third shot -- then he shot Jenkins in the back of the head.
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SOT 13:08:08
IN Q=He heard the third shot

((SHERIFF REED KELLY: HE HEARD THE THIRD SHOT ... NEARLY SIMULTANEOUS.))
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OUT Q=nearly simultaneous


Jenkins fired his third shot into his own mouth, and the medical examiner says that's what killed him, not Deputy Hepler's bullet.
Jenkins lived with his mother in the Springwood community -- he was previously convicted of sexual battery, reckless driving, three larceny charges, and two counts of driving under the influence.
Live=Tina Full/Newsroom


State police are investigating whether Deputy Hepler was justified to shoot Jenkins -- The sheriff says it was a clear case of police defense.
Both officers are on paid administrative leave until they can undergo counseling.
This is the fourth time a Botetourt sheriff's deputy has shot someone in seven years.
Double Boxes=Keith and Tina/Newsroom


A second man was also in Jenkins' truck -- but he was passed out and remained unconscious during the shootout. He was 24-year-old Brent Linkenhoker -- and he was charged with being drunk in public.



DUI-charges


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=KHu
TAPE#98-9
GRAPHIC=None


The driver of a car that killed another motorist last month in Roanoke has been charged with manslaughter.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke/February 20


The grand jury charges Wayne Lamar Moyer was driving under the influence of alcohol when he ran a stop sign on Hanover Avenue in broad daylight.
Witnesses said the driver of the other car, 36-year old Elwood Lewis Preston, Junior, got out his vehicle, took a few steps before he collapsed and died.
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Accident


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6p
WRITER=djo
TAPE#=98-8
GRAPHIC=Accident


Motorists had to dodge some heavy equipment on Interstate 5-81 this afternoon.
A Back hoe fell off the back of a moving truck.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke;


The driver for Charlottesville-based "Pyramid Construction" was heading south on 581 when the machine rolled off the trailer.
The accident took place near the Hershberger Road exit around 3:30 this afternoon.
The driver had apparently tried to secure the machinery during a stop the truck scales in Cloverdale.
Traffic in the interstate in the city was backed up for about 20- minutes. Charges against the driver are pending.
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Underage-Drinking


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=THa
TAPE#97-99
GRAPHIC=Alcohol Abuse


Nearly a dozen Tech students are scheduled to appear in court on charges related to underage drinking.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Saturday;


They were arrested by Blacksburg police early Saturday morning at the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
Police say they'd received a tip that the frat was planning a large party.
The fraternity is NOT recognized by Virginia Tech.
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((LT. BRUCE BRADBERY/BLACKSBURG POLICE DEPT.:THEY WERE JUST GIVING IT AWAY, HAD THEY BEEN CHARGING AT THE DORR, HAD THEY CHARGING FOR BOOZE, WE WOULD'VE GONE THROUGH THAT HOUSE AND WE WOULD'VE TAKEN ALL THEIR LIQUOR, ALL THEIR PARTY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT AND SO FORTH, LIKE THAT, WOULD'VE HAULED IT OFF, WE WOULD'VE SEIZED IT FOR UNDERAGE SALE, BUT THEY DIDN'T, FOR AN ILLEGAL SALE, BUT THEY WEREN'T CHARGING. ))
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg/Friday;


The undercover sting operation also targeted store clerks.
A teenager was sent into seven convenience stores around town to buy beer.
Blacksburg police ended up charging five of the seven clerks with selling alcohol to a minor.
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Training-Center


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=ssm
TAPE#98-5
GRAPHIC=None


The idea started a few years ago, when several Lynchburg area companies realized they were throwing money away trying to recruit high- tech workers from out of state.
Now, a state grant is helping train those workers right at home in central Virginia.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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SUPER=01-Brian Smith/Facilities Manager; :27
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SUPER=01-Bob Bailey/AMTEC Director; :55
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(( In two weeks, the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education Center, or AMTEC, will hold its first training classes.
The participants will be local factory workers wanting to improve their job skills.. or area high school and college students getting ready for their first manufacturing jobs.
Participating companies provide the machinery, and the center provides the instructors.. the result will be a workforce that knows how to handle state- of- the- art technology.
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IN Q=With the hands-on

((BRIAN SMITH/FACILITIES MANAGER: WITH THE HANDS- ON TRAINING IT DEFINITELY DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS. THEY CAN LEAVE HERE AND PRETTY MUCH BE GUARANTEED A JOB IN ALMOST ANY MACHINE SHOP THAT WOULD HAVE THIS TYPE OF MACHINERY.))
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((Even better, when those trainees DO start looking for work, they probably won't have to leave central Virginia. Because the center will help keep the existing workforce up- to- date in its training, it figures to play a large part in economic development efforts across Region 2000.))
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((BOB BAILEY/AMTEC DIRECTOR: SO IN TERMS OF ATTRACTING NEW BUSINESSES, IN TERMS OF GETTING BUSINESSES THAT ARE ALREADY HERE TO EXPAND, IN SOME CASES OF GETTING BUSINESSES TO STAY HERE, IT'S IMPORTANT TO KNOW THAT THERE'S SOME RESOURCE TO HELP KEEP THEIR EMPLOYEES CURRENT WITH TECHNOLOGY THAT'S IN THE MARKETPLACE.))
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A 400- thousand dollar state grant helped get the center started.
It hopes to become self- sufficient within two years.
Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.))
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ANCHOR=Keith
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Still to come on our newscast, children across the region celebrate today with some Green egggs and ham,
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and we'll tell you why millions of people across the country are losing sleep.
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Concealed-Weapons


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#98-6
GRAPHIC=Session 98


The number of Virginians with permits to carry concealed guns has gone up almost eight times since restrictions were eased in 1995.
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But with that law reform came a new ban on carrying guns into restaurants.
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Today, Botetourt Senator Bo Trumbo's effort to kill the so-called "saloon amendment" died in a House committee.
The manager of a Richmond Darryl's restaurant backed the bill.
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((RICH ENDRICH/BILL SUPPORTER: AS FAR AS THEM COMING INTO MY RESTAURANT, I WOULD NOT HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THEM COMING IN SIMPLY BECAUSE I KNOW THAT THEY'RE GOOD PEOPLE. WE'VE ENTRUSTED THEM TO CARRY A CONCEALED WEAPON AROUND IN PUBLIC.))
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But an opponent says he was at a Darryl's restaurant last month-- and saw a verbal confrontation at the bar.
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((RUDY LANGFORD/BILL OPPONENT: AND THERE WAS A LOUD DISCUSSION THAT STARTED. AND THERE WAS ALMOST CONFRONTATION. WE WALKED OUTSIDE. AND THE TWO GENTLEMAN WALKED OUT ABOUT TWO TO THREE MINUTES LATER. ONE WAS CARRYING A WEAPON.))
SOT TAPE TWO 05:40:38

((AND IT DISTURBED ME NEVER TO GO TO DARRYL'S AGAIN. AND I'M NOT GOING TO DARRYL'S AGAIN.))
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OUT Q=Darryl's again.
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The bill died on a 15-to-7 vote.
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Chicken-Waste


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#98-1
GRAPHIC=Session 98


Virginia's 14- hundred poultry farmers will still get to essentially regulate themselves.
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SUPER=@file;


A bill that would provide state regulation of chicken and turkey waste disposal died in a Senate committee today.
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SOT 12:25:55
IN Q=There hasn't

((WILMER STONEMAN/VA. FARM BUREAU: THERE HASN'T EVEN BEEN A VERIFIED OCCURRENCE OF PFISTERIA HERE IN VIRGINIA. SO WE'RE GONNA HAVE A KNEE-JERK REACTION TO A PROBLEM WE DON'T HAVE? AND THAT'S A REAL PROBLEM.))
sot 01:21:10

((DEL. TAYLOE MURPHY/D-WESTMORELAND CO.: WE HAVE HAD THIS COMMITMENT SINCE 1987 TO REDUCE NUTRIENTS IN THE BAY BY 40-PERCENT BY THE YEAR 2000 OVER THE 1985 LEVELS. AND I THINK THAT OUR FAILURE TO REGULATE THE POULTRY INDUSTRY IS A SETBACK TO THE ACHIEVEMENT OF THAT GOAL.))
SUPER=01-Wilmer Stoneman/Va. Farm Bureau; :00
SUPER=01-Del. Tayloe Murphy/(D) Westmoreland Co.; :16
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OUT Q=of that goal.
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Poultry waste from as far as the Shenandoah Valley is believed to flow into the waters of the Chesapeake Bay.
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Putney


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=equ
TAPE#98-7
GRAPHIC=None


Voters in Bedford, Rockbridge, and Buena Vista may have been surprised to learn that their delegate retired in 1993.
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SUPER=03-Richmond;


But today, Lacey Putney defended his moral character -- after the Senate voted Friday to change the practice of "double dipping."
Putney says he didn't know that only state lawmakers were allowed to keep their jobs AND collect retirement pensions at the same time.
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((DEL. LACEY PUTNEY/I-BEDFORD: I CAN ASSURE YOU THAT I'VE NEVER TAKEN MY RESPONSIBILITIES LIGHTLY IN THIS REGARD. NOR HAVE I EVER KNOWINGLY ABUSED ANY PRIVILEGE THAT COMES WITH THIS OFFICE.))
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Putney says he supports getting rid of the "double dipping" now that he understands it.

Stocks


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


On Wall Street today, the stock market posted its fourth straight record close. TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE
The DOW gained almost five points, closing at 85-hundred-50.
NASDAQ lost 12 points.
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Sleep-Apnea


ANCHOR=Keith
NEWSCAST=6
WRITER=mfe
TAPE#=98-3
GRAPHIC=None


For millions of Americans, catching a few "Z's" can be hard to do--
Especially when many wake up gasping for air over 100 times a night.
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SUPER=04-File Tape;


That's what happens to people who suffer from Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
It's a condition in which a person's air passage closes while they sleep.
Their brains must then wake them up to get the body to breathe.
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IN Q=In sleep

((DR. DONALD ZEDALIS/SLEEP DISORDERS CENTER OF SOUTHWEST VA.:IN SLEEP APNEA, IF AN INDIVIDUAL'S THROAT CLOSES DURING THE NIGHT, THEIR OXYGEN LEVEL COULD DROP SIGNIFICANTLY. THAT INCREASES THE RISK OF CARDIOVASCULAR COMPLICATIONS, SUCH AS HEART ATTACKS AND STROKES.))
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Second- grader James Long was diagnosed with sleep apnea when he was just five years old.
His mother had been putting away some laundry when she noticed he wasn't breathing.
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SOT 16:38:05
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((TRACY LONG/MOTHER: HE WAS JUST GASPING WHEN HE WOULD TRY TO GET HIS BREATHING TO GO BACK, YOU KNOW, HE WOULD JUST ACTUALLY GASP FOR THAT AIR.))
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Though it's rare in children, doctors believe that as many as one in ten of all American men have Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
While the condition is treatable, diagnosis can prove difficult, since the symptoms are so subtle.

Reading-Day


ANCHOR=keith
NEWSCAST=six
WRITER=jda
TAPE#=98-4
GRAPHIC=Education


March Second is the birthday of Dr. Seuss. And today throughout western Virginia, schools celebrated in style.
Joe Dashiell reports on a national program that puts the emphasis on reading.
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SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :09
SUPER=01-Philip Trompeter/Guest Reader; :15
SUPER=01-Cris Flippen/Clearbrook School Principal; :31
SUPER=01-Bernard Willis/Student; :49
SUPER=01-Danielle Bayer/Third Grade Teacher; :59
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At Clearbrook School in Roanoke County, guest readers included a weatherman, and a policeman... The cat in the hat was a juvenile court judge.
NAT SOT OF JUDGE TROMPETER 13:05:40
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((PHILIP TROMPETER/JUDGE: YOU HAVE BRAINS IN YOUR HEAD. YOU HAVE FEET IN YOUR SHOES. YOU CAN STEER YOURSELF ANY DIRECTION THAT YOU CHOOSE.))
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OUT Q=any direction that you choose.


Studies suggest, and classroom teachers confirm that reading aloud to children is the single most important activity for building the knowledge they will need later in life.
SOT 13:36:23
IN Q=Hopefully
RUNS=:08
OUT Q=read to our children.


At the Lincoln Terrace Saturn Network School in the city of Roanoke, an assembly enjoyed a few of their favorites... But Bernard Willis and other students also manned the microphone themselves.
INQ=He can

((BERNARD WILLIS: HE CAN GO MOO, MOO. MR. BROWN CAN DO IT. HOW ABOUT YOU?))
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Several students won Dr. Seuss stories of their own, but organizers hope all of the students will take away a stronger appreciation for the written word.
Joe Dashiell News 7 Roanoke))

Sports Tease


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=None
GRAPHIC=none


Mike Stevens is gonna tell us how RU ios dealing with the national spotlight, The lady Hokies are in it right now playing UMass,
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and the Tech basketball team and Radford intertained fans on the diamond earlier today in Blacksburg.
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S-Ladies


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#=BB98-1
GRAPHIC=A-10


The lady Hokies incredible run continues at this moment. Virgiia Tech tipped off the Atlantic 10 conference tournament championship at 5.
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SUPER=03-Amherst, MA/ESPN; :00


Tech jumped out early. Watch Amy Wetzel take the rock coast to coast for the hoop and the foul for an 8-4 Lady Hokie lead four minutes in.
Tere Williams puts Tech up by 7 with this nice post move and the lady Hokies were on a run.
UMass went came right back. Tez Hraft collects the rebound and scores; she draws the foul and would convert the 3 point play.
Michelle Houseright took back the momentum with this basket/. Right now UMass leads 35-31 with 14 minutes left in the game.
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S-Tech


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=sma
TAPE#TB98-1
GRAPHIC=Tech hoops


The Tech men battle 23rd ranked UMass in their Atlantic 10 tournament opener Wednesday at 2pm. Keepnig the ball away from the Minutemen's bigmen will be key for the Hokies; whose NCAA hopes are barely alive.
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((BOBBY HUSSEY/BIRGINIA TECH HEAD COACH:))
SUPER=01-Bobby Hussey/Virginia Tech Head Coach; :
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OUT Q=.....so that's where we are"
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S-RU


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=6pm
WRITER=Mike
TAPE#BB98-2
GRAPHIC=RADFORD LOGO


The Radford Highlanders basketball program has had only one losing season in its history.
But 1998 marks the school's first taste of March Madness.
MIke Stevens has more on how the high flying Highlanders are adjusting to life in the field of 64.
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SUPER=03-Lynchburg/Saturday Afternoon; :00
SUPER=01-Chris King/RU Sports Info. Director; :12
SUPER=@mike1; :23
SUPER=01-Tom Lillard/RU Athletic Assoc. Director; :36
SUPER=01-Ron Bradley/Radford Head Coach; :45
SUPER=01-Corey Reed/RU Senior Guard; 1:08
SUPER=03-Radford/January 31, 1998; 1:23
SUPER=01-Chibi Johnson/RU Senior Guard; 1:37
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OUT Q=...NEWS 7 SPORTS."
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S-Baseball


ANCHOR=Steve
NEWSCAST=Six
WRITER=Dal
TAPE# S8-1
GRAPHIC=Tech Baseball


The Virginia Tech Hokies hammered Radford on the DIAMOND this afternoon.
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SUPER=03-Blacksburg;


A good crowd gathered at English Field, despite the substantial wind chill.
The Hokies scored first, catcher Barry Gauch singles, driving home Austin Rappe' for the one-nothing lead.
But Highlander Jeff Collins slams it all the way to the centerfield fence for a triple. Mike Lombardi and Chris Whiting come home and Radford leads 3-2.
Tech freshman Kevin Bice decides to go one better, getting his first homer of the season. Barry Gauch and Addison Bowman also come home on that hit and the Hokies win it 12-to-6.
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