[1-News-Head]

[ANCHOR=Keith]

He once protected the rights of students to bring hunting rifles onto school grounds.

Today Governor Gilmore changes his mind.
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And a double-murderer is spared the death penalty by a Bedford County judge.
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[Sports-head]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
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In sports, Roy Stanley goes to court with the on fire Tech tennis teams, Wendell Scott will be honored tonight,
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[VO-NAT]


and Kris Cantu makes his return against the team that knocked him out of the line up a few weeks ago, revenge? wait and see in sports.
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[Trumbo]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=tte]
[TAPE#99-9 1:10:40]
[GRAPHIC=Weapons at Schools]


The governor has given up his fight to help students who hunt.
Two days after the Colorado school shooting, he signed the bill today that forbids ANY student from bringing guns to school.
[Double Boxes=Keith/Tina - Newsroom]


Tina Tenret takes a closer look.
[Live= Full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Tina1;]


Students caught with a gun at school will automatically get five years in prison.
There's no longer a special case for hunters, even if their rifles are unloaded and locked in their cars.
But local School Boards can make their own exceptions.
(Rollcue: make their own exceptions)
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Students at James River]
[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.; :00]
[SUPER=01-Sarah Cahoon/Hunter; :13]
[SUPER=01-Richard Craft/Hunter; :47]
[RUNS=1:05]
[OUT Q=call on rifles]

(( Students at James River High School in Botetourt County insisted their flag be lowered in honor of the Colorado school shooting victims.
At the same time, many said they should be able to bring rifles to school.
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[SOT 12:38:47]
[IN Q=If you go]

((SARAH CAHOON/HUNTER: IF YOU GO HUNTING FOR SPRING GOBBLER YOU GO EARLY IN THE MORNING THEN WHEN YOU COME OUT OF THE WOODS YOU DON'T HAVE TIME TO GO HOME AND PUT YOUR GUN UP. SO JUST PUT IT BEHIND YOUR SEAT, UNLOAD IT AND LOCK YOUR DOORS. IF IT'S BEHIND YOUR SEAT NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW IT'S THERE UNLESS YOU TELL EM.))
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[OUT Q=UNLESS YOU TELL EM]


Some students admit they have brought rifles to school before, hidden in their trucks.
They say at this rural high school, about half the students miss class on the first day of hunting season.
They've taken gun safety courses -- but they say these days they still get a bad rap.
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[SOT 12:50:09]
[IN Q=They'll look at anyone who hunts]

((RICHARD CRAFT/HUNTER: THEY'LL LOOK AT ANYONE WHO HUNTS ... WHAT WE DO WITH IT THAT MATTERS.))
[RUNS= :13]
[OUT Q=THAT MATTERS]


Of course at the other end of the county, several students at Lord Botetourt High School do NOT want guns brought to school.
So Republican Senator Bo Trumbo says -- leave it up to the school boards to make the call on rifles.
[Live= Full/Newsroom]


We talked to school superintendents even in the more rural areas, but they were still strictly against any guns at school.
[Double Boxes=Keith/Newsroom]


They say even if school boards have the power -- they doubt they'll make an exception for hunting rifles.))



[Gangs-School]


[ANCHOR=keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=jsu]
[TAPE#=99-8 1:34:18]
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Governor Gilmore isn't just addressing the issue of guns on school grounds - he's cracking down on school safety procedures.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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[IN Q= Governor Jim Gilmore is giving]
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[SUPER=01-Dr. Wayne Tripp/Salem School Superintendent; :57]
[SUPER=01-Jeff Dudley/Salem Dep. Police Chief; 1:20]
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[OUT Q=Joy Sutton, News-7]

(( Governor Jim Gilmore is giving Virginia school superintendents 30 days to make sure their schools meet safety requirements according to Virginia law.
The law requires each school to have a crisis management plan to deal with emergencies and to conduct a school safety audit.
But that's not all. Effective immediately Gilmore is asking schools to report any gang activity and potentially dangerous students to police.
Kent Willis of the Virginia A-C-L-U says targeting certain types of student is wrong...and goes against our justice system.
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[SOT tape 2 16:02:45]
[IN Q=When we get to where]

((KENT WILLIS/VIRGINIA ACLU: WHEN WE GET TO WHERE WE ARE ESSENTIALLY STEREOTYPING KIDS, SAYING THIS KID BECAUSE OF CERTAIN OVERT BEHAVIOR IS GOING TO BE A PROBLEM..THEN WE ARE UNDERMINING OUR WHOLE SENSE OF WHAT JUSTICE IS ABOUT))
[OUT Q=what justice is about]


Salem School Superintendent Dr. Wayne Tripp says we need to be careful not overact, and that school violence is actually on the decline.
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[SOT tape 1 15:08:34]
[IN Q=even though we had]

((DR. WAYNE TRIPP/SALEM SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: EVEN THOUGH WE HAD ALL THOSE HORRIBLE TRAGEDIES LAST YEAR, THAT ON THE NATIONAL LEVEL THE NUMBER OF VIOLENT DEATHS IN SCHOOLS HAD DECLINED OVER A PERIOD OF TIME))
[OUT Q=over a period of time]


Dr. Tripp also says that parents need to get more involved.
Salem Deputy Chief of Police Jeff Dudley says parents can help by looking for warning signs in the children.
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[IN Q=if parents can watch for]

((JEFF DUDLEY/SALEM DEPUTY CHIEF: IF PARENTS CAN WATCH FOR A CHANGE IN FRIENDS THAT THEIR CHILDREN MAY HAVE--DRASTIC CHANGE FROM THEIR--THE CHILDREN BECOMING MORE SECRETIVE. THAT'S ALWAYS A TELL SIGN THAT SOMETHING MAY BE GOING ON))
[OUT Q=something may be going on]


Joy Sutton, News-7. ))










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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A 15- year- old Staunton River high school student has been charged with making a telephone threat to another student.
The suspect allegedly discussed the possibility of harming several students and also mentioned the shootings in Colorado.
He's being held in Lynchburg's juvenile detention home.

[BB-Gun]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=jmc]
[TAPE#=none]
[GRAPHIC=Weapons at School]


A student at a Roanoke elementary school has been suspended for having a gun on a bus.
The boy took out a BB gun and showed it to another student, on the way home from Fallon Park school yesterday.
Another child told the bus driver about it, and the driver turned the bus around.
The BB gun was not loaded.


[Evans]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=ssm]
[TAPE#99-4 2:00:14]
[GRAPHIC=Andre Evans]


He shouldn't have used deadly force, but he also had been provoked and threatened..
Because of that, a judge felt Andre Evans doesn't deserve to die for killing two men in the streets of Bedford in 1997.
[Double Boxes=Keith/Steve/Microwave]


Steve Smallshaw has been with this trial all week.. Steve, sounds like the judge felt there was enough blame to go around..
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That's right Keith.. Andre Evans may have pulled the trigger, but one of his victims STARTED the confrontation..
That was enough to keep Evans off death row.
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[SUPER=01-Webster Hogeland/Defense Attorney; :16]
[SUPER=01-Richard Dorsey/Evans' Father; :31]
[SUPER=01-Randy Krantz/Prosecutor; :40]
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[OUT Q=sympathy for you too.]


(( Like he has all week, Andre Evans showed no emotion and made no response as he was led from the Bedford courthouse following his capital murder trial.. the van will him take him to prison but NOT to death row.
[SOT 00:15:23]

((WEBSTER HOGELAND/DEFENSE ATTORNEY: VICTORY IS A TOUGH WORD TO USE IN A CIRCUMSTANCE LIKE THIS.. I DON'T FEEL VICTORIOUS. I FEEL RELIEVED THAT ANDRE IS NOT GOING TO BE EXECUTED.))
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[OUT Q=to be executed.]


That relief apparently was felt on both sides of the aisle.. Evans' family wept outside the courtroom.. his father apologized to the victims' families.
[SOT 00:08:24]

((RICHARD DORSEY/EVANS' FATHER: I'M VERY SORRY FOR THEIR SUFFERING AND PAIN, ANYTHING I CAN DO, I'M THERE.))
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[OUT Q=I'm there.]
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((RANDY KRANTZ/PROSECUTOR: BUT WHAT WE STARTED TO SEE TODAY WERE THE FIRST SIGNS OF SOME HEALING WITHIN THAT COMMUNITY. BECAUSE WE HAVE THE FAMILIES OF THE VICTIMS, REACHING OUT TO THE FAMILIES OF THE DEFENDANT AND SAYING `WE HAVE SOME SYMPATHY FOR YOU TOO'.))
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[OUT Q=sympathy for you too.]))
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Krantz says the victims' families are satisfied with today's ruling.
[Double Boxes=ANCHOR/Microwave]


Evans will be sentenced at a later date, but his attorneys say they will appeal his capital murder conviction. Keith?



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A Montgomery County Circuit judge has decided to UN-seal a grand jury indictment that allegedly involves former Virginia Tech Quarterback Jim Druckenmiller.
Papers filed in court by the Times-World Corporation allege the indictment charges Druckenmiller with a felony but does not go into the nature of the alleged offense.
Druckenmiller is a back-up quarterback with the San Francisco 49-ers.
The judge's decision was made after court had closed for the day, so the indictment won't be made public until tomorrow morning.

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Coming up on News 7 at SIX, an announcement of 250 new textile jobs in Henry County.
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And we'll hear the chilling confession of a man on death row. Wayne Bates remains behind bars. We'll tell you why he's back in Roanoke this week.
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Henry County is making a comeback in textile jobs, thanks to the expansion of a Fortune 500 company. Marya Jones has the details.
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[IN Q=applause]
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[SUPER=01-Mark Crabtree/Martinsville Mayor; :45 ]
[SUPER=01-Mark Kilduff/Va. Econ. Dev. Partnership; :52]
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[OUT Q=Marya Jones, News 7, Martinsville.]

((QUICK NATSOUND: APPLAUSE)) In Collinsville today, the announcement was 250 new textile jobs. The first good news in a long time for a community that's lost hundreds of textile jobs to other countries. [57:17] ((SEN. ROSCOE REYNOLDS/D- MARTINSVILLE: THESE ARE SOME NEW OPPORTUNITIES THAT WE HOPE WILL MAKE THOSE FOLKS THAT HAVE HAD THE MISFORTUNE OF LOSING THEIR JOB TO GIVE THEM AN OPPORTUNITY TO FIND REAL MEANINGFUL EMPLOYMENT IN THIS AREA.)) Springs Industries said it would be moving from its current plant with 425 employees in Martinsville to a larger one across town. The company makes pillows and mattress pads. And when it decided to expand, Springs looked at offers from neighboring states, but chose Henry County for its location and skilled workforce....a decision local officials applauded. [59:56] ((MARK CRABTREE/MARTINSVILLE MAYOR : WE HAVE A WILLING AND ABLE WORKFORCE AND I THINK LOCAL COMPANIES KNOW THAT.)) [3:50:09] ((MARK KILDUFF/VA. ECON. DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIP: WE THINK YOUR DECISION SPEAKS VERY LOUDLY ABOUT THE BUSINESS CLIMATE DOWN HERE...IT SPEAKS VERY LOUDLY ABOUT THE QUALITY OF THE LABOR FORCE...THIS, WE FEEL, IS SORT OF A REAFFIRMATION OF WHAT A GREAT PLACE HENRY COUNTY AND MARTINSVILLE IS TO DO BUSINESS.)) Henry County has won 1,000 new jobs since January...a winning streak in an area that has been plagued by textile factory layoffs. And Springs Industries offered some added hope for the county: it's buying extra property around its new plant for possible future expansion. [4:03:57] ((MILLER DEATON/VP FABRICATION, SPRINGS INDUSTRIES: I'M HERE TO STAY...I LIKE PEOPLE SAY T5HAT THEY'RE AT HOME IN VIRGINIA. WELL, WE'RE AT HOME IN VIRGINIA. WE LIKE IT.)) ((MARYA JONES/NEWS 7: THE NEW PLANT WILL BE UP AND RUNNING BY EARLY JULY. AND THE COMPANY SAYS THEY'LL START FILLING IT WITH 250 NEW EMPLOYEES NEXT YEAR. MARYA JONES, NEWS 7, MARTINSVILLE.))


[Bates]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=khu]
[TAPE#=99-17 10:07]
[GRAPHIC=Bates]


Wayne Lee Bates was waiting to be tried for burglary in Kentucky. The local sheriff decided to let the 28- year- old suspect got to church.
Bates walked away. Three days later he abducted and murdered a woman, stole her car and her travelers checks. Today in Roanoke- -almost 13 years later- -Bates was re-sentenced.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Julie Guida]
[SUPER=10-Wayne Lee Bates/Death Row Inmate/June 26, 1987; :14]
[SUPER=01-Jennie Waering/Assistant U.S. Attorney; :56]
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[OUT Q=may be paroled.]

(( Julie Guida was on business from Salt Lake City.
It took authorities a long time to find her remains- -in the woods near Manchester, Tennessee. Bates had tied the 28-year old Hercules engineer to a tree.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=I tried to gag]

((I TRIED TO GAG HER. THAT DIDN'T WORK. FINALLY, I TOLD HER, "I'M GOING TO GET THE CAR. I'LL BE BACK. JUST BE CALM, DON'T WORRY." AND I WENT BEHIND HER AND I JUST SHOT HER IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD.))
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[OUT Q=of the head.]


Judge James Turk noted how much Bates has changed in 13 years. "He was humble before," Judge Turk said, "he's right belligerent, now."
Jennie Waering prosecuted Bates in 1986 for bringing the stolen travelers checks into Virginia. Though Bates got a death sentence for the murder, Waering still argued for the maximum on the check charges.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=Death Sentences]

((DEATH SENTENCES SOMETIMES GET COMMUTED TO LIFE SENTENCES. PRISONS MAY GET CROWDED, AND PRISONERS MAY BE PAROLED.))
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[OUT Q=may be paroled.))]
[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Bates said he didn't think it was fair to get 20 years for 200-dollars worth of checks. He intends to appeal. In the meantime he's on his way back to Nashville tomorrow... to Tennessee's Death Row.



[Kroger-HT]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=ssi]
[TAPE#=99-11 30:57]
[GRAPHIC=Store Swap]

The Harris Teeter-Kroger store swap is set to take place around May 11th. But not all the Harris Teeter stores will re-open as Kroger's.
We're now told two of the 11 Western Virginia Harris Teeter stores bought by Kroger will close. In Martinsville, Kroger already operates two stores.
Kroger spokesman Archie Fralin says there aren't enough shoppers to support a third.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]

It's a similar story in Lynchburg. Kroger says it will not re-open the Harris Teeter on Wards Road. The store is down the street from an existing Kroger. That would place too many Krogers too close together.
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./April 2,1999]

[99-1, 1:33:23] In the Cave Spring area of Roanoke County, Kroger says there's "ample population density" to keep two stores open.
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Stocks were up for the third straight session today... with the Dow venturing further into record territory. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ] up 146 points... to close at 10-thousand-727. Nasdaq gained 72 points.
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[GRAPHIC=Norfolk Southern]

Norfolk Southern has finally settled a seven- year- old case.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Bedford Co./April 1997]

[00:24:49] Bedford County farmer Larry Chattin sued the company for disposing of human waste on his farm. Until recently the trains were not equipped with flushable toilets. Employees on board used dry hoppers, and then allegedly threw bags of waste off the trains onto Chattin's farm. Lawyers won't disclose the terms of the agreement. But both parties are reportedly satisfied.
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[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
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Danville racing legend Wendell Scott tops our sports tonight, as does Kris Cantu and his icebreaking shot at revenge,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-]


and Roy Stanley takes us to court and briefs us on Virginia Tech's tennis teams rise to the Atlantic 10 elite.
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[S-Scott]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
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[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-41 43:30tc]
[GRAPHIC=WENDELL SCOTT 6590]


Wendell Scott, the late-great NASCAR driver from Danville, will enter the International Motorsports Hall of Fame tonight in Talladega, Alabama.
One of the men who will offer some thoughts on Wendell, and present his career accomplishments for induction is fellow driver, Ned Jarrett.
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[IN Q="Well, I think...]
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[OUT Q=...HARD TO DO WITH."]
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[ANCHOR=Steve]
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Jarrett once sold Scott a race car for one dollar to help out his friend back in 1964.

[S-Jimmy]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-40]
[GRAPHIC=Martinsville]


Martinsville Speedway's race weeknd was filled with heroes and hometown success.
[GRAPHIC=hensley]


Jimmy Hensley's second Craftsman truck series win thrilled the
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[SUPER=03-Martinsville/Napa 250; :00]


more than 35 thousand screaming fans on hand to watch their native son race. Jimmy has two wins in two years, but will not take victory lane for granted ever.
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[IN Q="I]
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[OUT Q=...winning mode"]
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Hensley and the Petty Dodge do'nt race again until May 8th in the Memphis 200, in the same state he won his first race in, Nashville.
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[IN Q="we ]
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[OUT Q=...about 99"]
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[S-Tennis]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=rst]
[TAPE#=SP-34 (41:55)]
[GRAPHIC=tennis]


The Virginia Tech men's and women's tennis programs will defend their Atlantic 10 title this weekend in Blacksburg.
Roy Stanley has more on the Hokies quiet rise to conference power.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="Since joining...]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]
[SUPER=01-Anne Thompson/Virginia Tech Head Coach; :24]
[SUPER=01-Majka Serafini/#1 Singles; :52]
[SUPER=01-Vanessa Pardo/#2 Singles; 1:03]
[SUPER=@Roy1; 1:15]
[RUNS=1:21]
[OUT Q=......news 7 sports."]

((Since joing the Atlantic 10 three years ago the men's and women's tennis teams at Tech have dominated the conference.

Both teams have won three straight conference title's and they're gunning for a fourth this weekend.
The women are the only ranked team in the conference. Tech has been ranked as high as 27 and currently the Lady Hokies are ranked 44-th. )) ((ANNE THOMPSON/VIRGINIA TECH HEAD COACH:)) ((Experience has been the key for the Lady's this season. Over four years, Five seniors have helped the program compile a 72 and 23 record.
And last years experience in the N-C-A-A tournament has the team geared up for the conference championship.))
((MAJKA SERAFINI/#1 PLAYER:))
((VANESSA PARDO/#2 PLAYER:))

((ROY STANDUP:))
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[S-Express]


[ANCHOR=Steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-37 40:16]
[GRAPHIC=Express/Chesapeake]


The Express leaves for Chesapeake tomorrow for game three of the Northern Conference simi-finals leading 2 games to none in the post season second round.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]

Despite his second season with the Express and an all star game appearance, tomorrow night will be the first playoff action Kris cantu has EVER seen in the ECHL. He is also coming back from a concussion that he suffered at Chespeake at the hands of the Icebreakers.
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[SOT]
[IN Q="there]
[SUPER=01-Kris Cantu/Returns to Action Friday; :00]
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[OUT Q=think about the team first"]
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