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Coming up on News 7-
An accident in Southside kills one person.
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Two men are being held for conspiring to kill an area judge.
Lava lights up the night in Italy- check out the amazing pictures.
And she's back- Tonya Harding debuts as a pro on ice.
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[Talent=Jean]


News 7 is next.
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(( WHEN YOU'RE KILLING AND SHOOTING THAT STUFF NEEDS TO STOP.))
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[VO-NAT]

Preventing violence before it starts. That was the lesson for area young people today.
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[Violence]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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In the United States every 12 seconds a woman is beaten.
That's just one reason a local organization is holding a Week Without Violence - to bring awareness of the different forms violence can take.
[Double Boxes=Jean/Kate Newsroom]


Kate Weidaw is in the newsroom with details.
Kate, how did this Week Without Violence begin?
[ANCHOR=KATE]
[Live= Kate/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Kate1]


Today it was all about young people.
This is the fifth year the YWCA has held a Week Without Violence. Activities held this afternoon helped young people discuss their thoughts on violence and how it can be prevented.
(rollcue...it can be prevented. )
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((LAUREN WILEY: YOU COULD STOP SELLING WEAPONS AND STOP USING THEM FOR UNUSED THINGS.))
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The YWCA's after school program is taking part in making young people aware of violence. Ebonii Wilson says she hears gun shots and fights go on at night in her neighborhood, but talks to her family about how to stay safe.

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((EBONII WILSON: I TALK TO MY AUNT AND MY MOM WE SIT DOWN AND TALK ABOUT HOW WE CAN FEEL SAFE AROUND OUR HOUSE.))
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While some drew pictures of where they feel safe others jumped rope while talking about what violence means to them.

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((WHEN SOMEONE TRIES TO HIT YOU OR TAKE YOU OR HURT YOU IN ANY WAY.))
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Some had ideas on how to prevent it.

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((MADELINE GILES: THEY SHOULD TRY TO TALK TO THE PERSON WHO IS TRYING TO START FIGHTS AND THEY SHOULD TELL THEM VIOLENCE IS WRONG AND NO ONE SHOULD BE VIOLENT.))
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Sally Grayvely is the Associate Director of the YWCA. She says holding a special day for young people during the week is important.

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((SALLY GRAYVELY/ASSOC. DIR. YWCA: THE VIOLENCE THAT IS GOING ON SEEMS SO PREVALENT. I THINK WE NEED TO BRING IT UP AND TALK ABOUT IT AND FIND OUT WHAT WE CAN DO TO PREVENT IT.))
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The YWCA is also holding a violent toy exchange. Anyone who brings in a toy gun or other toy weapon will receive a free ticket to swim at the YWCA Central this Saturday.
[Double Boxes=Jean/Kate Newsroom]

But Jean the most important message to the young people was they have the power to prevent violence from happening in the first place.

[Boyd]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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When a criminal suspect is physically unable to get to court, sometimes- -on rare occasions- -they bring the court to the suspect.
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In this case, the judge went to the hospital... Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital... where 22 year old Terry Leon Boyd has been for the past week.
He allegedly shot himself in the head as police were about to arrest him on an interstate exit ramp in Roanoke County last week.
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((THE DOCTORS HAVE DETERMINED YOU ARE NOW ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN YOUR ARRANGEMENT PROCESS. THERE ARE SOME QUESTIONS ABOUT THE IMPACT OF YOUR INJURIES.))
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The judge appointed an attorney to represent Boyd through the extradition process.
Boyd is wanted in Washington D-C for the death of his grandmother and another woman.


[Bramblett]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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The appeals of two area killers sentenced to die will not be heard by the U-S Supreme Court.
The High Court didn't give a reason for rejecting Earl Bramblett and Brandon Hedrick's appeals today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-File Tape]


Bramblett was sentenced to die for the 1994 murder of Blaine Hodges, a man who had been his best friend, along with Hodges' wife and their two daughters in Vinton.
Hedrick was convicted in May of 1997 of robbing, sodomizing, raping, and murdering a woman in Appomattox County.
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[Chapman]


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Two men are being held without bond for allegedly conspiring to kill a Montgomery County judge.
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Derrick Chapman was arraigned this afternoon for allegedly plotting to shoot Circuit Judge Ray Grubbs in the head.


Chapman is familiar with the court system.
Just two years ago-- he was acquitted on first degree murder charges by Pulaski County jury.
Chapman's father believes that's the reason his son has been charged.
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((CALVIN CHAPMAN/DERRICK CHAPMAN'S FATHER: THEY WANT TO GET DERRICK OFF THE STREET AND I FEEL LIKE DERRICK WAS SET UP AND I JUST THINK IT'S A SHAME THE POLICE DEPARTMENT WOULD DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS.))
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[HOLD SUPER AT LEAST :05]
28- year old Chris DeMoranville (dee-moran-ville) was arrested today for allegedly hiring Chapman to try and kill the judge.
DeMoranville has a lengthy criminal record on file at the Montgomery County courthouse-- and was scheduled to appear before Judge Grubbs on a probation violation charge, next month.
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[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in Weather Center


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Hurricane Irene never made landfall on the Carolina coast, but it still dropped more than 6 inches of rain in flood ravaged portions of the Tarheel state.
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[VO-NAT]
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The Tar river left its banks in a big way when Floyd dropped 22 inches of rain last month-- Hydrologists expect river flooding again later this week. They say flooding won't be anywhere near as bad, but Clyde Harrison was flooded out of his home-- and he's preparing for the worst.
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((Clyde Harrison, Jr./Flood Victim: YOU ASK ME WHAT I THINK ABOUT THE RIVER, I DON'T THINK THEY'RE GONNA KEEP THE WATER OUT OF HERE. I THINK IT'S GONNA COME AGAIN.))
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Harrison says he's going to move-- to a home farther away from the Tar River.
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[Fatal-Accident]


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A single-vehicle accident claimed the life of a Gretna man this afternoon.
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59-year-old Paul Monroe Mease Junior was pronounced dead at the scene after his pickup ran off of Route 935 in Pittsylvania County.
The pickup struck an embankment and overturned. Mease was not wearing a seat belt.



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A two-hour standoff in Amherst County today ended with the arrest of two men on a variety of charges.
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[VO-NAT]
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Police were called to Main Street in Madison Heights around 11 after the property owner said one of her tenants had threatened her with a knife.
32-year old Terry "Bo" Hackett and 27-year old David Burks refused to leave their apartment, so a SWAT team was sent in to bring them out.
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((JIMMY AYERS/AMHERST CO. SHERIFF: THEY GOT THE DOOR OPEN, USED FORCE TO GET THE DOOR OPEN, AND ONCE THEY GOT THE DOOR OPEN, THEY FLASH- BANGED IT AS A DISTRACTION TECHNIQUE, AND BOTH INDIVIDUALS WERE IN THE FRONT ROOM CLOSEST TO THE DOOR.))
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After entering- police arrested Hackett and Burks without a fight.
They were charged with destruction of property and threatening to burn a dwelling.
Police say they'd been called to the residence before for alcohol- related disturbances.
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[Canupp]


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A North Carolina man known on- line as "Dr. Evil" pleaded guilty today to federal charges of trying to solicit a young girl for sex.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


46-year old Raymond (CAN-up) Canupp was arrested last spring after he traveled to Bedford County for what he thought was a meeting with a 13-year old girl.
Canupp actually had been communicating with an undercover police officer over the Internet.
Authorities say Canupp e-mailed nude photographs of himself to the investigator.
He'll face up to 30 years in prison when he's sentenced in January.
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[Ray]


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[WRITER=jja]
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It's the end of the Kenneth Starr era.
Bobbi Harley introduces us to the new independent counsel.
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[Tease1]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
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Still to come... Some disturbing numbers concerning violent deaths on the job in Virginia.
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[VO-NAT]


And a spectacular sight as a river of lava lights up an Italian mountainside.
We'll show you.
Stick around.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey guys this is Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office with the new high school and basketball polls from the high school ranks. We'll check in on today's Region Three golf championship over at Countryside. Plus check in with Pete Gillen and the Cavaliers and the bowl reps are hot for the Hokies. All that and more coming u on the Big 7.))

[Workplace-Deaths]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Violent deaths in the workplace are down nationwide.
But NOT in Virginia.
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Murder or suicide caused 12 percent of workplace deaths across the U-S last year.
But the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry says violence caused 23 percent of the deaths in state workplaces in 1998.
Suicides are way up.
Suicides were only four percent of violent workplace deaths nationwide-- but were the cause of 34 percent of the violent worker deaths in Virginia.
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[SOT 11:59:43]
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((JOHN BARR/DEPT. OF LABOR & INDUSTRY: THERE DOES NOT SEEM TO BE ANY TREND. WE LOOK FOR TRENDS IN THIS DATA, BECAUSE THAT'S VERY HELPFUL TO US IN TERMS OF IDENTIFYING SPECIFIC PROBLEMS THAT WE CAN ALERT EMPLOYERS TO OR ALERT EMPLOYEE GROUPS TO. TO SAY WATCH OUT FOR THIS SORT OF THING, OR TO GO TO SPECIFIC INDUSTRIES AND SAY WATCH OUT.))
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Workplace suicides in Virginia have been in the single digits, or NOT reportable since 1992 -- except for a spike of 10 suicides in 1995 and 14 last year.
Gunshots caused ten of the 14 suicides in '98.
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[Quake]


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Saturday's earthquake in California was apparently much bigger than originally thought.
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[VO-NAT]
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The quake's been upgraded to a magnitude 7 point one-
The quake happened on a minor fault- previously considered inactive-
Experts say the fault released more power than a nuclear blast, the fourth largest quake in Southern California this century- ripping a 25-mile gash in the desert floor.
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[SOT 20:12:43]
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((KENNETH HUDNUT/USGS: WE SAW DISPLACEMENTS ON THE FAULT OF UP TO 12 FEET. THIS ROAD USED TO GO STRAIGHT ACROSS THE FAULT.))
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Scientists are using the internet to gather information from sensors- getting information in just hours- rather than days.
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[Video]


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Mount Etna is showing its true colors with a dazzling display of smoke and lava.
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The river of lava is the result of eruptions from one of the volcano's four central craters Sunday.
The volcano is located in Catania on the Italian island of Sicily.
Experts monitoring Etna say that there is no danger to those living in the towns around the lower slopes of the 10-thousand 991-foot volcano.
[Super=X5043 (clears FX)]
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[Deer-Virus]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=equ]
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A virus that's killing deer in Virginia has now spread to about 15 counties.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=04-Game & Inland Fisheries]


That's the most widespread the disease has been in Virginia since 1980.
It causes hemorrhaging of the heart and lung muscles in white tail deer.
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((BRAD HOWARD/STATE BIOLOGIST: IT USUALLY CAUSES THE DEER TO RUN AN EXTREMELY HIGH FEVER, WHICH OFTEN LEADS THE DEER TO WATER, AND THAT'S USUALLY WHERE THE CARCASSES ARE FOUND -- NEAR OR CLOSE TO A BODY OF WATER.))
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The disease is transmitted to the deer by a biting fly.
Scientists say the flies may be more plentiful this year because drought conditions provide good breeding grounds for them.
It's NOT dangerous to humans, pets, or livestock.
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[Tease2]
[ANCHOR=Jean]
[writer=chr]
[NEWSCAST=11p]
[SS=None]


He's a slasher-movie star. Now Jason, from Friday the 13th, wants to do a little meet and greet in the Roanoke Valley.
The story, coming up.
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[vo-nat]
And... she gave ice queen an all new meaning.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=20:33:08]

((TONYA HARDING/PRO SKATER:EVERYBODY HAS BEEN SO GRACIOUS WELCOMING ME BACK AND EVERYTHING IT'S REALLY WONDERFUL.))
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[OUT Q=REALLY WONDERFUL.]
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[VO-NAT]


Today, Tonya Harding's back.
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[lotto]
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NIGHT DRAWING=

Pick 3:
3-1-9

(three, one, nine)


Pick 4:
4-1-3-3

(four, one, three, three)


Cash 5:
7-11-15-23-27

(seven, eleven, fifteen, twenty-three, twenty-seven)



[Jones]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=tte]
[TAPE#=99-48 2:07]
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Senator Madison Marye stands accused of voting just to give his son-in-law extra business.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Christiansburg;]


Marye's opponent, Republican Jim Jones, says Marye voted NOT to limit out-of-state garbage because his son owns the Brunswick landfill in Lawrenceville.
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[SOT 14:09:33]
[IN Q=The senator's votes]

((THE SENATOR'S VOTES ON TRASH THEMSELVES JUSTIFY HIS REMOVAL FROM OFFICE. HIS VOTES ARE TURNING VIRGINIA INTO THE LANDFILL OF THE EAST COAST.))
[SUPER=01-Jim Jones/(R) Candidate for Senate;]
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[VO-NAT]
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Marye says his son-in-law has a financial stake in the landfill but no longer owns it. The senator got permission from the Ethics Committee to vote on solid waste issues. And he voted the way he did because, he says, it's safer to ship garbage on the water than on the road.
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[Harding]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=jja]
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She may have been banned from amateur skating but Tonya Harding's back on the ice-
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((nat sound music and skating))
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The infamous skater glided back on the rink making her professional debut- in Huntington West Virginia.
Harding was banished from the amateur ranks for her role in the 1994 attack on rival skater Nancy Kerrigan-
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[SOT 20:32:44]
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((TONYA HARDING/SKATER: VERY NERVOUS. I'M NOT REALLY THINKING OF IT AS A COMPETITION. I'M JUST THANKFUL TO THE PEOPLE OF HUNTINGTON.))
[SUPER=01-Tonya Harding/Professional Skater;]
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[OUT Q=of Huntington.]
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[VO-NAT]


Harding will actually skate to a larger audience-
The Pro Skating Championships in Huntington will be broadcast later this month on ESPN-
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[Jason]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=afr]
[TAPE#=99-39 24:00]
[GRAPHIC=Halloween]

There's a haunted house in Salem that's pulling out all the stops-- The actor who played Jason in the three of the Friday the 13th movies is in town to meet and greet.
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[SOT 17:15 Jason tape]
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[VO-NAT] (MORE JASON VIDEO)


Actor Kane Hodder played Jason in sequels 7 though 9, and he says there are more movies on the way.
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[SOT 22:05]
[IN Q=Any further]
[SUPER=01-Kane Hodder/"Jason"]

((KANE HEDDER/"JASON": ANY FURTHER ONES WILL BE ME TOO-- IT LOOKS LIKE WE'RE DOING JASON 10 OR EVEN JASON MEETS FREDDY SO WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO THAT.))
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=sp-45 3600tc/EXTRA]
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The new high school football and basketball polls are out tonight. Byrd wins the region three golf title. And Pete Gillen talks about how the ACC race looks this season. But first in tonight's Extra Point,
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=75-Blacksburg/Last Saturday; :00]

Last Saturday the Hokies opened a whole nation's eyes by embarrassing Syracuse 62-to-nothing. Two Sugar Bowl scouts and a representative from the Fiesta watched the destruction of the Orangemen and they like Tech's chances of working its way to New Orleans.
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[OUT Q=...right track."]
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The Hokies also got some help this past weekend, when former opponents UVa, Clemson and UAB all won.
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[GO TO SCORES]
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[S-Salem]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-50 4245tc]
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As expected, Friday Football Extra's number one team, the unbeaten Salem Spartans, is again the number team in the state in the brand new Associated Press polls that were released last night.
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[WIPE TO PINNACLE GROUP AA FOOTBALL]
The Spartans have some company from area teams in the Group Two A poll this week once again. Piedmont members Tunstall and Martinsville are 3rd and 4th respectively Amherst County is strong 5th and William Byrd falls to ninth after losing to Salem last Friday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Salem/Last Friday; :00]

The defending division four state champion Spartans won their 21st straight game and improved to 7 and 0 on the season with an easy 31-to-nothing win over the Terriers. Head coach Willis White says compared to last year - this season has been a breeze for his Spartans.
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[IN Q="I think...]
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[OUT Q=...lack of fame here."]
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[VO-NAT con't]


Salem is home again this coming Friday night taking on Blue Ridge rival Northside.
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[wipe to pinnacle group a football] As for this week's Group A football poll - New Kent is number one with Riverheads 2, Floyd County 4th and Giles 10th. Powell Valley which had its 34 game winning streak snapped by J.J. Kelly last Friday drops down to 5th.
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[talent=mike]
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If you're wondering about the Triple-A poll - the area does not have one representative in it this week. Despite coming back to beat Pulaski County, William Fleming dropped out of the top 10 this week.

[S-Girls]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=]
[GRAPHIC=GIRLS HOOPS]


The new girls high school basketball polls were also fresh last night.
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[group aa girls poll] In the Group Two A girls' ranks - it's a very power packed group with Turner Ashby out of Bridgewater up in Rockingham County first. Patrick County and Bassett represent the Piedmont while Blacksburg and Heritage also hold on to spots this week.
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[wipe to group a poll] Shawsville, Haysi, Rural Retreat and Buffalo Gap continue to make noise in the group A ranks as the regular season starts to head down the home stretch.
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((BYE BYE))


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Amherst's Ryan Stinnett is the Region Three Golf Champion. Byrd's Chris Koon and Jefferson Forest's Wayne Canada both shot a 73 and tied for second, but Koon won the extra hole platoff to claim the runner-up spot.
William Byrd won the team title shooting 301 and Jefferson Forest took second with 311.
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A couple of future Hokies vied for the title in yesterday's tournament.
Stinnett, the champ, shot a tournament best of 69 and will wear orange and maroon next year.
William Byrd's Scott Wise carded a 76 at Countryside and says he'll play for Jay Hardwick next year as well.
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A couple of local teams are making noise at the Mid-Atlantic PGA two man championship event up in Front Royal. Blue Hills Jeff Sprinkel and Tommy Joyce Junior are tied for third. While the team of Chip Sullivan and Carey Hodsden from Ashley Plantation are tied for 11th - six shots back. ((BYE BYE))

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Still to come on this Monday night - KP Hippensteel racks up yet another win.
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And wins are what UVa fans hope are in the cards for the Cavs this coming season.
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Midnight madness tipped off for college hoops season this past weekend, and fans of the ACC can't wait for the hardwood to replace what's taking place on the gridiron.
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The Virginia Cavaliers won four league games a season ago, but return four starters and welcome a very talented recruiting class to Charlottesville.
Being an upper tier team this season should be within reach for the Cavaliers as ACC again stands for "All Challenge Carolina."
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Stanford sophomore K.J. Hippensteel, the former North Cross star won a major singles' title at the second grand slam event of the college season today.
K.J. captured the Reebok Intercollegiate All-American title at the University of Texas by beating four top 10 players including UVa's Brian Vahaly. Hippensteel did not drop a set the entire tournament.
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K.J. was in Roanoke over the summer teaching kids some of the finer points of the game, came into his second year of collegiate tennis ranked 26th in the country.
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