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Coming up on News 7-
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President Clinton's testimony will be made public- What do local folks think? We'll find out.
Leader of the Alabama Gang- Nascar Legend Bobby Allison is in Roanoke tonight.
Plus minks everywhere. WE're not talking about coats. Check out the story in tonight's video of the day.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

News 7 is next.
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((FORREST MILES: IF THEY PUT THAT ON TV AND HAVE THE RIGHT TO DO THAT-- THEN LARRY FLINT, PUBLISHER FOR PENTHOUSE HAS SOMETHING TO SAY ABOUT THAT.))
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[OUT Q=say about that.]
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[vo-nat]
Local response to the decision to make public President Clinton's own words concerning his relationship with Monica Lewinsky.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Good Evening.
Monday morning at nine o'clock Clinton's videotaped testimony will be released.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Washington DC]


Members of the House Judiciary Committee voted to release the tape along with 28 hundred pages of sometimes steamy evidence.
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[SOT 14:48:23 ]
[IN Q=Those of us]

((THOSE OF US WHO ARE HERE KNOW THAT WE HAVE VOTED WE BELIEVE TO DO THE RIGHT THING IN A BI-PARTISAN FASHION AS WE COULD IMAGINE TO DO.)) [14:48:34] ((SO WHAT WE HAVE IS VERY ONE SIDED PARTISAN EFFORT TO RELEASE MATERIAL BEFORE THE PRESIDENT GETS CHANCE TO REVIEW OR RESPND TO IT THAT MAKES THE PRESIDENT LOOK BAD.))
[SUPER=01-Rep. Bill McCollum/(R) Florida;]
[Super=01-Rep. Barney Frank/(D) Massachusetts; 08]
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[OUT Q=look bad.]
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Some lawmakers say an impeachment inquiry could come as soon as the first week of October.
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[IN Q=15:04:41]

((SEN. TRENT LOTT/R-MAJORITY LEADER: YOU DON'T EVER LIKE IT WHEN THERE'S A CONSTITUIONAL PROCESS THAT HAS TO KICK IN THAT'S DIFFICULT BUT REMEMBER THIS THERE IS NO CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS THERE IS ONLY A CLINTON CRISIS IN THIS CITY.))
[SUPER=01-Sen. Trent Lott/(R) Majority Leader;]
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[OUT Q=in this city, applause.]
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[Governors]


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Governor Jim Gilmore calls himself a "pretty careful guy."
Today, his caution set him apart from his Republican peers on the matter of Clinton's presidency.
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[SUPER=03-Richmond;]


Gilmore played host to the leadership of the Republican Governor's Association.
The group's chairman turned the topic from education to the Clinton scandal.
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((GOV. DAVID BEASLEY/(R) SOUTH CAROLINA: IT'S VERY BAD. IT'S BAD FOR THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. IT'S BAD FOR THE UNITED STATES. I DON'T LIKE IT. I WISH IT WERE NOT HAPPENING. I THINK THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES HAS LOST THE MORAL AUTHORITY TO GOVERN AND I THINK HE SHOULD STEP DOWN AND DO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE A VERY BIG FAVOR.))
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[OUT Q=big favor.]
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But Governor Gilmore won't go that far in his rhetoric.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: I DON'T THINK I'M HOLDING BACK. I THINK I'M BEING RESPONSIBLE. AND THAT MEANS THAT THE CONGRESS IS THE PROPER FORUM FOR MAKING A DECISION WITH RESPECT TO IMPEACHMENT. AND WITH RESPECT TO CONVICTION. BUT I RECOMMEND THAT THEY GO FORWARD AND I THINK THAT THEY WILL.))
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Two other governors joined Beasley in calling for Clinton's resignation.
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[Local-Reax]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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While law makers speak of impeachment and resignation..some polls continue to show that many Americans still do NOT want the President to leave office.
[Double Boxes=Jean/Newsroom]


But, will seeing this video change that?
Stacey Martin is in our newsroom with more.
[Live=Full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Stacey1;]


Jean--at this point it's hard to tell.
Obviously a lot will depend on who tunes in.
And, if you use publication of the Ken Starr report as an indicator -- at WDBJ we got nearly 10 thousand hits on our website.
But, many people I spoke to tonight felt watching the testimony on tv is different.
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[OUT Q=about sex anymore.]

((So will Southwest Virginians be tuning in Monday morning at 9 a-m?
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((XAVIER FOX: MONDAY MORNING 9 A-M I PLAN ON BEING SOMEWHERE AROUND TO ACTUALLY SEE THE FOOTAGE.)) [RUNS10]
[OUT Q=see the footage.]
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[IN Q=9 a-m Monday morning]

((DAVID AUGUSTUS:9 A-M MONDAY MORNING? I MEAN, IS IT GOING TO BE ON TV? Yeah.Monday morning. I MAY WATCH IT. WE ALL HAVE THIS PUREAD INTEREST IN THE DIRT. SO I GUESS I MAY WATCH IT YES.)) [RUNS20]
[OUT Q=may watch it. Yes.]
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[IN Q=Where do you plan]

((CHARLES LAVINDER:Where do you plan to be 9 a-m Monday morning? OUT DOORS PICKING APPLES. No plans to watch the video? NO, NO, NO..)) [RUNS08]
[OUT Q=no, no, no.]


If you're watching TV--you'll likely see racier video than this.
Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky--the whole affair in the President's own words.
But, does the public REALLY need to see the testimony?
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[IN Q=If you read]

((JANET NILES: IF YOU READ THE REPORT AND THE TRANSCRIPTS FROM THE REPORT, I DON'T THINK THAT THE VIDEO IS GOING TO GIVE YOU ANYMORE THAN WHAT YOU'VE ALREADY BEEN ABLE TO READ.)) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=able to read.]
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((DAVID AUGUSTUS: I THINK THAT THERE'S A FIRST AMENDMENT ISSUE. I DON'T THINK THAT'S ANY PROBLEM.)) [RUNS05]
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((ALICE RAMSDEN: I JUST DON'T THINK WE NEED THAT SMUT RELEASED TO THE PUBLIC.)) [RUNS04]
[OUT Q=released to the public.]


And, what about parents trying to protect their children from learning about sex at a young age?
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[IN Q=I'll try to explain]

((CHRIS FRYER: I DON'T THINK I'LL GET INTO ANY DETAILS WITH HIM, ESPECIALLY AT THIS AGE, JUST BEING 5 I'LL PROBABLY DODGE SOME OF THE QUESTIONS AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE.)) [RUNS10]
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((ALICE RAMSDEN: I THINK THIS SEX BUSINESS COMING OUT IN PUBLIC IS POOR TASTE-- I MEAN WHERE'S THE DIGNITY AND ETIQUETTE THAT WE LEARNED ALL OUR LIVES? WHERE IS IT? IT'S GONE. AND, THERE'S NOTHING SPECIAL OR SACRED ABOUT SEX ANYMORE.)) [RUNS16]
[OUT Q=about sex anymore.]))
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But, Jean obviously the members of the House Judiciary Committe weren't swayed by those concerns.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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For the third time in seven months, educators are trying to answer charges of racial unfairness in the Lynchburg school system.
A citizens' committee still wants to know why so many black students are being suspended and so few black teachers are being hired.
Steve Smallshaw reports.
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(( On the surface, the numbers appear slanted.
Parents were especially concerned about Robert S. Payne Elementary where 185 suspensions were handed down last year.. 143 or 74 percent of them involved black students.
That number seems high until you take into account that 80 percent of the school's base population is black.
Educators say it's also important to look at WHY the kids are being disciplined: nearly 150 of the suspensions were for acts of flagrant misconduct.. and most of those occurred IN the classroom.
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((ELLEN NYGAARD/SCHOOL BOARD CHAIRMAN: I THINK THAT IF THE PUBLIC WOULD REALLY LIKE TO SEE WHY CHILDREN ARE BEING SUSPENDED, I DON'T THINK PARENTS WOULD WANT CHILDREN ACTING THIS WAY IN SCHOOL.)) [RUNS:10]
[OUT Q=in school.]


The citizens committee also feels the school system isn't doing enough to recruit and hire minority teachers.
Administrators say part of the problem is the pool of applicants is very shallow.
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((JAMES MCCORMICK/SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: THERE ARE FEW MINORITY TEACHERS OUT THERE READY TO STEP IN TO THE CLASSROOM BECAUSE THERE'S SO FEW ENROLLED IN SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES OF EDUCATION.)) [RUNS:11]
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((If this latest report still doesn't satisfy the citizens committee, school officials have asked the State Department of Education to conduct its OWN inquiry.. and make suggestions of how things can be improved. Steve Smallshaw, News7, Lynchburg.)) [RUNS:13]
[OUT Q=News7, Lynchburg.]))


[Cahours]


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A teenaged bank robbery suspect went before the federal magistrate in Roanoke today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Christian David Cahours (COW-ers) turned himself in Monday.
But his lawyer says he's unable to post bond.
Attorney David Damico told the judge Cahours' parents are what he called: (EYE-tin-erant Evangelists) itinerant evangelists, that their 18-year old son has been essentially living on his own for the past four or five years and has no money.
[SUPER=03-Dublin/August 18]


(Cow-ers) Cahours allegedly admitted to the F-B-I that he took 17-hundred dollars from a teller at the First American Federal Savings Bank last month.
The teller says she immediately recognized the young man as the same person who held up the bank three weeks earlier.
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[5-Williams-Hearing]


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A plea in court saves a former Giles County Supervisor from time behind bars.
Bobby Williams pleaded NO CONTEST today to a misdemeanor and had his felony wire-tapping charges reduced.
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Williams was indicted in January for playing a taped phone conversation he'd acquired in front of others.
The day the indictment was handed up Williams attempted suicide but eventually returned as a supervisor.
[SUPER=03-Giles Co./January 13;]


A few weeks ago he resigned from the board.
Prosecutor Gino Williams says the supervisor's resignation was a factor in the plea agreement.
But Bobby Williams maintains that he's wanted to resign for several months.
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[IN Q=We talked about]

((BOBBY WILLIAMS/FORMER GILES CO. SUPERVISOR: I'D BEEN TALKING ABOUT IT AS EARLY AS IN THE SPRING. TOM BLALOCK/WILLIAMS' ATTORNEY: WE TALKED ABOUT IT BEFORE THE CHARGES WERE EVEN BROUGHT. BOBBY WILLIAMS/FORMER GILES CO. SUPERVISOR:BUT I FELT LIKE THAT IF I WENT AHEAD AND DID IT AT THAT TIME IT WOULD HAVE LOOKED WORSE. ))
[SUPER=01-Bobby Williams/Former Giles Co. Supervisor; :00 QUICK!!!!!1]
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[VO-NAT]


Williams was sentenced to a 250-dollar fine plus court costs.
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[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in the Chromakey

[Tease1]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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STraight ahead on the News, America's most prestigious university bestows a degree on South African President Nelson Mandela.
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And more legal fallout from the deadly case of Legionnaire's disease traced to a Montgomery County store.
That story's up next.
STick around.
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[Lowe's]


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New lawsuits involving an outbreak of Legionnaires disease two years ago-
The outbreak was eventually tied to a Lowe's store in Montgomery County.
Five more people have filed suit against the store-- including one of the victim's widows.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Christiansburg/Nov. 14, 1996;]


Brenda Dickerson's 50-year old husband was one of two people who died after contracting the disease in October of '96.
Health officials traced the outbreak to a hot tub display at a Lowe's store in Christiansburg.
The four others who filed suit yesterday in Montgomery County Circuit court were hospitalized with the illness.
Nine other lawsuits have already been filed against the company.
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Late term, partial birth abortions will still be allowed.
Senators fell short of overriding the Presidents veto of a bill that would've banned those abortions.
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((THE 39 THOUSAND OB/GYN'S WHOSE JOB IT IS TO BRING BABIES INTO THE WORLD. THEY OPPOSE THIS BILL VERY MUCH AND THEY CALL IT AND I'M QUOTING 'DANGEROUS')) [15:05:37] ((THERE CAN BE NO RATIONAL THERE CAN BE NO RATIONAL FOR DESTROYIGN TEH LITTLE BABY BY EXECUTING THIS LITTLE BABY AT THAT POINT IN TIME WHEN IT'S ALMOST BORN.)) [RUNS:24]
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[HIV-Drug]


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[VO-NAT 14:10:57]


HIV and AIDS patients now have an easier pill to swallow.
The Food and Drug Administration today approved the first Once a day HIV medication Sustiva (suss-TEE-vuh) -
Until today people taking AIDS cocktails had to swallow 20 to 40 pills on a precise schedule throughout the day to treat the virus.
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[Mandela]


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An honorary law degree for South African President Nelson Mandela from Harvard University.
Mandela is being honored for his achievements toward racial justice.
He is one of only three people to receive an honorary degree from Harvard at a time other than the school's commencement.
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[Bryant]


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The right signature could be Clyde Bryant's get- out- of- jail card.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


The newly- indicted fraud suspect says he's scraped together 75-hundred dollars- -10-percent of what the Magistrate says he needs ...to get out on bond.
That'll do, IF he can find someone with standing in the community to co-sign, guaranteeing that Bryant will return to Roanoke for trial in March.
Bryant hopes to go back to Ocracoke Island, North Carolina, where he'd been living until federal agents busted him.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
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When News 7 returns, we'll tell you why pets are no longer just considered man's best friend -- they're also becoming man's best therapy.
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[VO-NAT]

Plus, an animal rights group frees almost a thousand minks from a breeding farm, but now the animals may have to escape more danger.
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[Video]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Minks top our video of the day-
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Thousands of them.
Animal rights protestors released about seven thousand minks from an English breeding farm.
But fewer than one thousand escaped.
Many of those were run over or shot.
An animal rights group claimed responsibility for the raid.
Minks which are bred for their fur are known as vicious predators. Police have warned residents to safeguard their pets- because many minks are still on the loose in the region.
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[Animals-Health]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Taking out the dog may seem like a real chore -- but experts say pet owners are usually more healthy and relaxed than people without a pet.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


At a Virginia Tech conference today, experts said pet owners have lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, and less anxiety.
[SUPER=04-Courtesy Virginia Tech;]


In fact, they say many people find more support in their pets than their family.
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[SOT 11:49:07]
[IN Q=You think]

((SANDRA BARKER/MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA: YOU THINK ABOUT THE QUALITIES OF PETS, HOW THEY ACCEPT THEIR OWNERS WITHOUT STRINGS ATTACHED HOW THEY'RE ALWAYS THERE, HOW THEY NEVER DEMAND ANYTHING A CHILD CAN'T DO WHEREAS PARENTS MAY NOT BE THAT INTUITIVE IN THAT REGARD.))
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[OUT Q=in that regard]
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape;]


Experts are taking that healing power to the sick, saying dogs have a keen sense of when a patient needs love and comfort.
At Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital, for example, dogs make quiet patients smile and talk.
Pet therapy is usually free to the patient and run by volunteers.
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FFE Is here as is qualifying from Dover,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=75-Roanoke/Tonight; :00]


But the racing man of the hour in Roanoke was the legendary Bobby Allison, who turned out at Valley View Mall to help the new racing shop NASCAR Thunder in it's grand opening. From a 12 hundred dollar jacket to a buck and a half pen, it's all there.
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[S-Fleming]


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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-18]
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Lets start right here in Roanoke where William Fleming hoped to break the Glass tonight as the Hilltoppers came to town.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/Hilltoppers vs. Colonels; :00]


it was muddy but that did not stop Glass's Brian Horsely, who takes the pitch on the option from John Robinson and
cuts back across the field, running to [SUPER=34-E.C. Glass/31/William Fleming/15;]freedom down the right side to the F

leming one.
Horsely finishes the job on this TD plunge and the Hilltotppers go on to win 31-15
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[S-Cave]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[WRITER=dal]
[TAPE#=SP-20 tc 1:22:15]
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The OH and three Knights were looking for a win and they were ready to fight for it.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co/Salem vs. Cave Spring;]


The battle was between the Knights and the Spartans and Cave Spring had the home crowd in its favor.
The Knights draw first blood as Chris Gould makes the three yard bolt to the end zone and Cave Spring takes the 7-nothing lead.
[SUPER=36-Cave Spring///Salem//;]


The Spartans come back from a 10 point deficit as Dennis Haley maneuvers six yards for the score and Salem goes on to win it --to--.
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[S-Glenvar]


[ANCHOR=steve]
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Down in Martinsville, a real life battle bewtween cats and dogs kicked off.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Martinsville/Wildcats vs. Bulldogs; :00]


The dan River Wildcats payed the Bulldogs a visit in an out of ditrict showdown. Top dog Marcos Hairston bulls in from eightt yards out and martinsville would go up 7-zip.
[SUPER=34-Martinsville/58/Dan River/0;]After a safety, Hairston takes it in once a again from nine yards out and the

Bulldogs were out in front 16-nothing with 6 minutes left in the opening quarter and they win 58-nothing.
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Highligths from 12 other games heaed yourway on friday football extra with big mike stevens, but first lets do some number crunching.
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Still to come, qualifying from Dover and a last minutte look at the late model cars at Martinsville as they get ready to qualify,
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and the Miami Hurricanes voice their enthusiasm at thweir shot at Virginia tech tomorrow.
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The Bud Pole in qualifying for Sunday's MBNA Gold 400 went to Mark Martin today at Dover.
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But most fans were pulling for Bill Elliott, whose father died last night.
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Matt Kenseth qualified the McDonalds Ford and will start 16th.
Jeff Gordon had a decent run on the concrete mile and will start 6th.
But Mark Martin's pole winning lap speed of 155 point 966 miles an hour is a record.
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Dale Earnardt was 41st, Rick Mast made a nice save after hitting the wall. He's 44th quickest, the top 25.
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Roanoke's Billy King even par 70 in the first round of the PGA senior tour Kroger Classic. That puts him six strokes off the leader Bruce Summerhays who shot a 64.

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Virginia Tech heads into a Hurricane tomorrow to face Miami.
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The Hokies handled their first two opponents easily allowing only three points while scoring 75.
But Tech is not resting on its laurels.
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The Hokies have beaten the canes three straight years, and Miami says it has had enough.
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Tailback Andre Kendrick did not make the trip.
Freshman Linebacker Jake Houseright traveled, but no decision on a redshirt year has been made.

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Sammy Sosa tied Mark McGwire in the home run race...for a couple of hours only tto watch Big Mac take the lead again tonight.
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The cardinas taking on the Milwaukee Brewers and McGwire hit his major league leading 64th homer in the top of the fourth inning witha runner on base. sammy failed to hit a homer today, so Mac daddy takes the lead once again.
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