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Coming up on News 7-
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A head-on collision traps two people inside their car.
Halloween decorations are blamed for fire at a retirement home tonight.
And why did the stock market tumble today? Local analysts give us their take.
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Plus a look ahead to tomorrow's Tech-SU game.
News 7 is next.


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Two people had to be cut out of their car after a head-on collision tonight.
Three people are in the hospital.
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[BentMtn-Ax]


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The accident on Bent Mountain Road left two people trapped around 45 minutes.
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It happened at about seven tonight- the two cars crashed head on.
Rescue crews had to work using the jaws of life.
3 people - a 19, 20, and 21-year-old, are in Roanoke Memorial Hospital.
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((A COUPLE OF VICTIMS WERE TRANSPORTED OUT BY LIFEGUARD 10. ALSO A THIRD VICTIM HAD TO BE TRANSPORTED... THE EXTENT OF INJURIES IS UNKNOWN AT THIS TIME. THE CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT IS ALSO UNKNOWN.))
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The accident happened at the top of Bent Mountain, just past the fire station. Authorities say it's a good thing both cars were not going fast - or the accident could have been worse.
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[Radford-Fire]


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Some tense moments this evening at a Radford apartment complex.
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[VO-NAT]
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Several residents at New River Overlook apartments were trapped inside when the entrance to the complex caught fire-- filling several apartment with smoke.
It happened when some Halloween decorations out front caught fire.
Fire fighters were concerned because some of the residents there are handicapped and elderly.
Several people had to be treated for smoke inhalation.
Officials say no one was seriously injured. They are currently working to find places for the residents to stay.
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[WX1] [11:00pm] [10/15/1999] [MCU]WEATHER OFFICE
Irene came ashore this afternoon, not so much as a wind-whipping hurricane, but rather a big time rain maker.
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[VO-NAT]
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The capitol of sun and fun is wet and miserable tonight. Some places in and around Miami have already seen more than a foot of rain, and another 8 inches may be on the way.
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[VO-NAT]

The scenes from Florida look like fun, but as folks in the Carolinas well know, it's not fun for long.
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[WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP WAKE UP FORECAST

[Toss back to anchor][Wall-Street]


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It is the worst Wall Street close since early April.
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The Dow today briefly dipped below ten thousand today- and then came back up finishing with a nearly 267 point loss-

The market closed at just over ten thousand-19.
Inflation fears and a warning from Federal Chairman Alan Greenspan fueled the selloff.
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[Stocks]


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Scott Goldberg has been talking to analysts today about why this is happening and how investors are reacting.
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Jean ... the Fed chairman said these good times can't last forever ... and Wall Street got scared.
The numbers tell us Wall Street was really scared -- it ended up with the worst one-week point-drop ever.
But history tells us we shouldn't be surprised if autumn brings a stock-market fall.
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All it took to send the stock market tumbling was a little shove from Alan Greenspan.
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((TOM DUNKENBERGER: WHEN HE TALKS, PEOPLE LISTEN.)) [RUNS01]
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But just blocks from Tom Dunkenberger's downtown Roanoke office ...
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((GARY SUMMER: I'M LOOKING AT 10 YEARS FROM NOW ... NOT NEXT YEAR.)) [RUNS02]
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Not many in the crowd were moved by the words that moved the stock market south.
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((AMY SMITH: ALAN GREENSPAN -- YES. HE HAS A LOT OF CONTROL. HE'S THE MOST POWERFUL MAN IN AMERICA. THAT'S VERY TRUE. BUT ARE YOU GONNA LET SOMEONE RULE YOUR LIFE? )) [RUNS09]
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((DUNKENBERGER: WE LOST A LITTLE BIT.)) [RUNS01]
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Dunkenberger has seen this happen before.
And what the stockbroker saw this time was a buying opportunity.
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((DUNKENBERGER: WE'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR OPPORTUNITIES TO PUT MONEY TO WORK WE'VE HAD SITTING ON THE SIDELINES AND HOPEFULLY THIS IS ONE OF THEM. )) [RUNS06]
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((GEORGE BRAMMER: FOR WHATEVER REASON, THE MARKET SEEMS TO STRUGGLE IN THE MONTHS OF SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER.)) [RUNS03]
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George Brammer has seen it before, too.
It's a good bet the market will fall in the fall ...
But in the winter, Brammer's firm predicts stocks will bounce back.
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((BRAMMER: ONCE WE GET INTO MID-JANUARY AND THE MARKET STARTS TO LIFT A LITTLE BIT, WE EXPECT THE CASH TO COME BACK INTO THE MARKET IN A REALLY POSITIVE WAY.)) [RUNS08]
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Why mid-January?
That's about the time stockbrokers expect people will figure out Y-2-K wasn't worth the hype.
Right now some investors are saving cash ... waiting to see if the stock market survives the new year.
The analysts we talked to say it will ... and so will the bull market that's been so good to so many people.
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[Rescue]


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A U-S military plane is on a daring rescue tonight- picking up an American doctor from the South Pole.
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[VO-NAT 22:03:20]


It's feared Dr. Jerri Nielson has breast cancer.
A military plane landed on a runway carved out of ice tonight- The crew successfully picked up Nielson- and dropped off a replacement doctor.
The plane then took off for a three hour return trip to an air base on Antarctica's coast.
With polar temperatures reaching around minus 58 degrees the plane engines were kept turning to prevent the aircraft from being crippled by the extreme cold.
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From playing to the cameras instead of serving the people to taking money from families of drug defendants...
Local sheriff candidates are answering accusations.
We'll have details.
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Plus.. a 95-year-old woman says her nephew and an area bank tricked her into a big loan.
Stick around.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey everybody, Steve Mason in the house tonight with lots of sports, including famous last words from both the Hokies and the Orangemen as they get ready for tomorrow nights bash at lane Stadium, front row Joe took a back seat to no one today at Talladega, one of the Express's key pistons is damaged and some soccer players are teaming up to help a fallen comrade, all of this in sports.))
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[Bedford-Sheriff]


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The man trying to unseat Bedford County sheriff Mike Brown says it's time for Brown to get OFF the t-v and back into the streets.
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Challenger Chuck Reid says Brown's high profile in the media shows he's more interested in being a politician than a sheriff.
Reid says recent drug roundups are more flash than substance.
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((CHUCK REID/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF'S CANDIDATE: I THINK HE'S BLOWING A LOT OF SMOKE OUT HERE. AND LIKE I SAID EARLIER, I THINK A LOT OF THE PUBLIC DON'T REALIZE WHEN THEY HEAR THE WORD `ARRESTS' THEY THINK HE'S DONE SOMETHING, WELL THAT'S JUST A SMALL PART.)) ((MIKE BROWN/BEDFORD CO. SHERIFF: WE WANT THE PUBLICITY. I THINK THE PUBLICITY.. I MEAN WE COULD HIDE IT ALL, WE COULD NOT TELL THE PUBLIC ANYTHING AND WE'RE NOT GOING TO DO THAT.))
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Brown denies that this week's roundup of drug suspects was timed with an eye towards Election Day just three weeks away.
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[Reid-Donation]


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Reid is on the hot seat for taking money from the family of drug defendants
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[SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;]

- a second time.
Chuck Reid is currently a jailer. He accepted one thousand dollars from James Owen, whose son Sidney Tracy Owen faces felony drug charges. If Tracy Owen is convicted, he could do time at Camp 24 under Chuck Reid's control.
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((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: WHAT IF HE LANDS IN CAMP 24? CHUCK REID/ (D) CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF: IF HE DOES, HE DOES. I MEAN I'LL DEAL WITH HIM JUST LIKE I DO WITH ALL THE REST OF THEM.))
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James Owen has given money to Reid's campaign before, when his son had NOT been charged. But Reid has previously taken 500-dollars from the Husteds whose son was charged and later convicted of selling drugs.
The sheriff says he would have refused this money.
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[Smith-suit]


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A 95-year old Roanoke woman has filed suit against her nephew and a Salem Bank.
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Grace Smith says they conspired to defraud her.
According to the court papers, Ron Gravely got her to put up her home as collateral on a 52-thousand dollar loan. She can't manage the 543-dollar monthly payment anymore.
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((IT SOUNDS TO ME LIKE RONALD TOOK ADVANTAGE OF YOU. DON'T YOU THINK EVERYBODY WOULD THINK THAT? HIS AUNT. A WIDOW WOMAN.))
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The bank officer who wrote the loan says he was a careful as he's ever been, making sure Smith knew what she was getting into and that the loan meets the bank's guidelines.
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((SHE QUALIFIED UNDER THOSE GUIDELINES. I CAN'T DISCRIMINATE BECAUSE OF AGE.))
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Gravely says he got less than 100 dollars out of the deal, that his BUSINESS- - a now-defunct used car lot- -used the money to buy some cars.
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She tried to hire someone to kill her boyfriend.
Today Peggy Jo Sullivan is sentenced.
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[VO-NAT]


And an 18 wheeler could make a big difference to science students in Virginia's rural areas.
We'll have the story.
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[lotto]
[SUPER=136-2 5 0/4 6 8 4/1 2 19 28 34/15 19 29 40 41/7]






[Sullivan]


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A judge today sentenced a Dublin woman who tried to hire a "hit man" to kill her boyfriend to nine years in prison.

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Peggy Jo Sullivan was sentenced for possession of an unlawfully-made, unregistered bomb.
[SUPER=03-Pulaski Co./January 19;]


The device was discovered earlier this year-- in the front seat of her pickup which was parked near a crowded restaurant.
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[Chem-Lab]


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A state of the art chemistry lab could be rolling into a neighborhood near you.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg;]


Virginia Tech and Volvo have teamed up to create a chemistry lab on wheels -- to benefit students in southwest Virginia.
The goal is to give high school students in rural areas a chance to experience what its like to use an up- to- date chemistry lab.
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((BARBARA BUNN/ASSISTANT CHEMISTRY PROFESSOR: ))
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[VO-NAT]


The tractor trailer is the largest of the 28- models built at Volvo's Pulaski County plant.
And, is expected to serve 15 to 20 schools each year.
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[Tease3]
[anchor=Jean]


Stick around. Steve Mason's just around the corner with your Friday night sports.

[S-Salem]


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We start over in Salem where the number one ranked Spartans took the field against the number five rated William Byrd Terriers in a Blue Ridge war.
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The top warrior for the Terriers was O.J. Thomason and he was ready to play in this battle of unbeatens.
In the first quarter, first and 10, from the Byrd six, senior quarterback Andy Mullins will drop back and find tight end Ryan Millard wide open across the middle, he goes in and Salem would out in front 7-nothing.
The Spartans would dominate on defense while E. J. Thomas balanced the offense. [SUPER34-Salem/31/William Byrd/0;]On second and ten from the Byrd 47 in the fourth quarter, he runs right, finds a seam to his left and gallops in for Salem's final score of the evening as the Spartans win 31-nothing.
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[S-Fleming]


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On to the Roanoke Valley District where Pulaski County and William Fleming would knock heads at Victory Stadium.
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It was homecoming at the agent football facility and this ball game would go to the wire. Fleming lead 27-21 with seven minutes left in the game. Pulaski's Travis Roop sneaks in from the one yard line and the Cougars went up 28-27 with four minutes to play.
The Colonels answer with big play man Jermaine Hardy. He takes the rock and is [SUPER=34-William Fleming/33/Pulaski

/28;]gonna go 64 yards down the field all the way to the Cougar 26 yard line to set up the winning score.
Three plays later quarterback Richard Barrett hits Cedric Preston who scores and Fleming wins 33-28.
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[S-Cave]


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Over in Roanoke County, Cave Spring played host to Patrick Henry in another RVD match up.
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It was homecoming for the Knights. Ryan Vandalinde was chosen homecoming king and Mary Hammer as queen.
We pick it up in the second half, watch the Knights Michael Hamlar takes the [SUPER=34-Cave Spring/28/Patrick Henry/

7;]handoff from 15 yards out and scoots in for the touchdown and Cave Spring would go up 21-nothing in the third quarter.
Hamlar is hardly finished, this time he finds the zone from 12 yards out and the Knights go on to win 28-7.
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[S-Score]


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Highlights from 13 other games on tap for you later on Friday Football Extra. Here are the early numbers.
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[FFE-Scores]

[SUPER=55-Patrick Henry/7/Cave Spring/28/Pulaski Co./28/William Fleming/33/Halifax Co./No/Franklin Co./Rpt.;]



[SUPER=55-G.W. Danville/19/E.C. Glass/6/Gretna/42/Altavista/7/Nelson Co./No/Appomattox/Rpt.;]



[SUPER=55-William Campbell/24/Chatham/26/Brookville/7/Jefferson Forest/13/Heritage/33/Staunton River/14;]



[SUPER=55-Alleghany/21/Lord Botetourt/41/Christiansburg/7/Blacksburg/15/William Byrd/0/Salem/31;]



[SUPER=55-Northside/14/Rockbridge Co./21/Liberty/9/Rustburg/25/Lee/No/Marion/Rpt.;]



[SUPER=55-Bassett/No/Fieldale-Collinsville/Rpt./Dan River/14/Martinsville/42/Laurel Park/22/Patrick Co./16;]



[SUPER=55-Magna Vista/0/Tunstall/7/Carroll Co./46/Ft. Chiswell/13/Graham/49/Tazewell/22;]



[SUPER=55-John Battle/6/Chilhowie/34/P.H. Glade Spring/27/Rural Retreat/19/George Wythe/58/Holston/7;]



[SUPER=55-Galax/14/Northwood/23/Bland Co./0/Giles/41/Grayson Co./33/Pocahontas/20;]



[SUPER=55-Narrows/No/Garden/Rpt./Covington/27/Craig Co./0/Parry McCluer/34/James River/21;]



[SUPER=55-Auburn/8/Glenvar/33/Shawsville/No/Radford/Rpt./Roanoke Catholic/15/Lynchburg Christian/7;]



[SUPER=55-J. J. Kelly/19/Powell Valley/14/James Monroe/38/Greenbrier West/3;]


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Still to come in sports tonight, qualifying from Talladega, also a preview of Virginia's must win situation against the Pack
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and of course some famous last words from both the Hokies and the Orangemen as kickoff between the two top 25 powers gets closer.
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[S-Cuse]


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Tomorrow night at six, Virginia Tech faces it's highest ranked opponent to date this season when the Hokies welcome Big East rival and 15th rated Syracuse to Blacksburg. The Orangemen, despite the national attention in the polls, feel they have yet to get the props they deserve.
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[OC=...needed to."]
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[S-UVA]


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In ACC action, the Virginia Cavaliers try and break a two game losing skid on the road tomorrow at 3:30 at North Carolina State.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/October 24th, 1998]

UVa beat the Wolfpack 23-13 last October in Charlottesville. Five of the last six meetings between the two schools have gone right down to the wire. Virginia has not lost three straight in over decade and doesn't look to start now.
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[S-Boards]


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[pinnacle 7501]
be sure to keep the channel on WDBJ tomorrow at 3 when SEC powers Alabama and Mississippi battle.
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[wipe to pinnacle 7503]
Sunday the Dolphins and Patriots play at one right here on your Hometown Station.
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[S-NLCS]


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Game three of the National League Championship Series shifted to Shea Stadium in New York between Atlanta and New York with the Braves leading the series 2 games to none.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-New York, NY/NBC; :00]


The games first run game on an error when Mets catcher Mike Piazza overthrew second and Gerald Williams scored for Atlanta. The pitchers dual kept the score at 1-nothing braves into the bottom of the ninth.
John Rocker came in the bottom of the ninth to close out the game as the Braves win 1-nothing.
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[S-tribe]


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The Cleveland Indians fired manager Mike Hargrove today. Hargrove lead the Tribe to the American League playoffs this season before being eliminated by the Boston Red Sox in the first round. In nine years, he lead Cleveland to two world series and five divisional titles. Some say Hargrove, whose pitching staff was questionable, was not granted a fair chance to win.
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[S-Express]


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The Express fell to Hampton Roads 3-2 in a shootout tonight in Hampton. The Express is now 1 and 1 on the season.


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


As News 7 sports reported last night, Express center Mike Peron has a dislocated left shoulder and did not play tonight. He had X-rays this morning and the results are not in yet, according to the Express.
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[S-Qualify]


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Joe Nemechek recorded the fastest qualifying time at Talladega Superspeedway in a decade today when front row Joe captured the Bud pole for Sunday's Winston 500.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Talladega, AL/ESPN; :]


Nemechek had the fastest car in practice and he would go out in the middle of the pack and capture the pole position with a speed of 198 point 331 miles per hour.
Chesapeake native Ricky Rudd had a good run today. His speed of 198 point 265 miles per hour is good enough for the outside pole.
Points leader Dale Jarrett would make the top 20. He turned in a speed of 195 point 397 miles per hour good enough for the 14-th starting spot. But no one could catch Nemechek.
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[WIPE TO BOARDS!!!]
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[SUPER=0107-11. Bobby Labonte//12. Michael Waltrip//13. Ward Burton//14. Jeff Gordon//15. Jeremy Mayfield//;]
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[SUPER=0107-16. Jeff Burton//17. Dale Jarrett//18. Kevin Lepage//19. Steve Grissom//20. Kenny Irwin//;]
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[SUPER=0107-21. Johnny Benson//22. Chad Little//23. Bobby Hamilton//24. Jerry Nadeau//25. Dave Marcis//;]
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Elliot Sadler was 31st, Dale Earnhardt 39th, and Rick Mast 43rd





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Roanoke College Women's Soccer, the Roanoke Wrath and area children are teaming up.
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After Saturday's home game the women's team and the Wrath will hold a free soccer clinic for children ages six to 12.
The clinic is free but organizers are hoping people will donate money to help Wrath star Gary Rickets who was left paralyzed after a car accident in September.
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[SUPER=01-Phil Benne/Roanoke Women's Coach; :11]
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[ANCHOR=Steve]
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The clinic kicks off at Elizabeth Campus following Saturday's noon home game.
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