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Coming up on News 7-
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Investigators take another look at a fatal house fire.
A group of local college students protest outside a Roanoke fur store.
And-- Roy Stanley will have a live report from Blacksburg where the Hokies are just minutes away from a victory over the Miami Hurricanes.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]

News 7 is next.
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[Fire-Investigation]


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Good evening, I'm Teresa Hamilton.
Fire officials in Roanoke are reopening their investigation into a blaze that killed four children and their grandmother.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/January 1996;]


Fire investigators originally determined the blaze was caused by an overheated extension cord plugged into a space heater -- now they're taking a second look at the evidence after lawyers for one of the companies in the case said they were preparing to aruge the fire was deliberately set.
Patricia Leftwich Beckner recently reached a two-point-four million dollar settlement with the companies she blamed for the death of her children and her mother.
Beckner's attorney, Tony Anderson, says regardless of what happens, the settlement would NOT be affected.
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[Egypt-Air]


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Federal investigators say they're NOT leaning toward any specific theory yet in the crash of EgyptAir Flight 990.


Lee Cowan brings us up to date with the latest.
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[SUPER=01-Jim Hall/NTSB Chairman; :09 quick ]
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[SUPER=01-Ed Crawley/MIT; :54]
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The man leading the investigation of EgyptAir flight 990 toured the crash site today boarding three of the ships in the armada enlisted in the hunt for clues.

(NATS - HALL SPEAKING TO SAILORS ON GRAPPLE)



But despite another day of good weather and an intensified search using two underwater robots -- EgyptAirs cockpit voice recorder is still missing -- the most crucial piece of flight 990s desperate puzzle.

SOT/GREG PHILLIPS, NTSB

16:44:29 Its vital that we get the cockpit voice recorder, we need every bit of information we can get.
NARR:
The flight data recorder showed that after the Boeing 767 went into a steep, but controlled dive, someone in the cockpit deliberately shut down both engines.
Hearing what went on is investigators best hope of finding out why.

Analysts will travel to Boeing field in Seattle next week to run a simulation of the final moments of the flight, but from the data alone, most aviation experts seem baffled.

SOT/ED CRAWLEY, MIT

1:12:52 As far as we can tell, the pilots were intentionally or deliberately flying the airplane through this flight path. This is very unusual, and really, the mystery is what would have made the pilots do this.
NARR:
While the NTSB still says it cant rule out a mechanical or structural failure, what's troubling investigators is that human error or even a criminal act now seem at least to be more plausible scenarios.
And with more bad weather moving in Sunday night the search for the second black box is expected to be put on hold again.
COWAN ON CAM: A few more seconds of tape analyzed nothing yet. )) [Toss-2-Robin]
A beautiful day outside-- Time to head over to Andrew for a quick look at the forecast. [WX1] [11:00pm] [11/13/1999] WEATHER OFFICE [WXPRO/FULL]WEATHER MAP WAKE UP FORECAST


[Toss back to anchor][Turkey-Quake]


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Rescuers are continuing to look for survivors-- one day after a powerful earthquake hit Turkey.
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The quake, which registered seven point two, flattened hundreds of buildings and reduced cars to twisted piles of wreckage.
A pregnant woman and two men were among those rescued today.
At least 362- people have died as a result of yesterday's quake-- while hundreds more are injured and missing.
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[Va-Rescuers]


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[WIPE, WIPE, WIPE]
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A group from Fairfax County is expected to arrive in Turkey overnight-- to aid in the search.
It's the second trip to Turkey this year for the search and rescue team.
The team, which left from Virginia today, rescued four people after a devastating earthquake hit the country this past August.
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[Fur-Protest]


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Some local college students are taking a stand against what they call a bloody fur trade.
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((NAT SOUND: BOYCOTT -- HK -- FUR IS MURDER -- BOYCOTT -HK))
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Students from Hollins, Radford University, and Virginia Tech organized a protest today outside (hen-rye) Henri Kessler Furs and Outerwear in Roanoke.
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[IN Q=Every year]

((EVERY YEAR 40 MILLION ANIMALS ARE KILLED FOR THEIR FUR BY GASSING, NECK BREAKING, POISON INJECTION AND ANAL AND VAGINAL ELECTROCUTION. IF WE WOULDN'T, OUR COMPANION DOGS AND CATS SUBJECTED TO THESE KIND OF TREATMENTS WHY WOULD WE ALLOW TO HAPPEN TO OTHER ANIMALS THAT FEEL PAIN IN THE SAME WAY THAT HUMANS, CATS, AND DOGS DO.))
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This is the second time the students have protested at this particular fur store.
Employees at (Hen-rye) Henri Kessler did not want to comment.
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If you can't afford to take a trip around the world.
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Coming up see how some folks are learning the culture of foreign lands without leaving home.
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[Nursing-Home]


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Residents at one area nursing home are traveling around the world -- one country at time.
Joy Sutton has the story.
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(([NAT SOUNDS 5:42:16] ((NAT SOUND OF SONG))
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This tune is a German folk song that many German children learn growing up.
But on this day residents at Southwest Roanoke Nursing Home are learning the song along with other aspects of German culture without having to venture to another country.
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((NAT SOUND:THE DRESSES WE ARE WEARING ARE TRADITIONAL DRESSES FROM THE SOUTH OF GERMANY ALSO WORN IN AUSTRIA IN THE ALP REGION, THEY ARE CALLED DINDLE))
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Every month Pearl Fu -- a local multicultural activist -- introduces these residents to a new country.
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((MANY OF THE RESIDENT HERE CAN NOT LEAVE BECAUSE OF THEIR LIMITATION, PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS. BUT THEY STILL WANT TO BE IN TOUCH WITH THE WORLD AND ROANOKE HAS SO MUCH DIVERSITY SO WE NEED TO SHOW THEM THIS, TO LEARN, TO SHARE.))
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Like these ladies who were born and raised in Germany -- other groups come to the nursing home to share their countries culture.
And the residents really seem to enjoy it.
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(( IT'S LIKE WE'RE TRAVELING AND WE HAVEN'T LEFT HERE BUT IT'S JUST A GREAT EXPERIENCE FOR ALL OF US AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO IT TOO.))
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((I THINK THAT'S VERY GOOD ENTERTAINMENT, VERY INFORMATIVE, VERY NICE OF THEM TO DO THAT))
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And for the residents who HAVE visited one of the countries before they say it brings back memories.
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((THE MUSIC WAS REALLY SO TYPICAL OF GERMANY AND IT THINK THAT ONE OF MY MAIN CLAIMS TO FAME IS THAT I WAS IN GERMANY, YES, IN 1973))
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As these residents continue their journey around the world -- they're learning you don't have to leave Roanoke to discover the world.
Joy Sutton, News 7, Roanoke.))





[Head-Start]


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TAP's Head Start Program has been helping families since 1965 by providing free or low cost child care.
But not as many families are taking advantage of the program, as you might think.
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That's why Head Start was recruiting at Ames department store in Roanoke this morning -- to let families know the organization is there to offer child care for children ages, three to five.
The program also helps families by offering health and nutritional services -- as well as any other assistance local families may need.
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(( DARLENE BANNISTER/TAP HEAD START: I THINK WE HAVE A GREAT IMPACT. A POSITIVE IMPACT IN LETTING PEOPLE KNOW THAT INCOME ELIGIBLE CHILDREN CAN GROW UP TO DO JUST ABOUT ANYTHING THEY WANT TO DO AND THEIR FAMILIES CAN TOO:))
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Head Start offers child care for parents who work or attend school.
There ARE income eligibility requirements -- but for most families the services are free.
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Applications for the program can be picked at the TAP location on Campbell Avenue in Roanoke.




[Magnet-Fair]


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Roanoke's Magnet schools were also in the recruiting mode today.
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Teachers and administrators from the city's 13- magnets schools held a fair this afternoon to offer information about their programs.
The fair was held at the Lucy Addison Aerospace Magnet School-- which houses a space center used for flight simulations.
In all, Roanoke's Magnet schools offer more than 30 specialized programs for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
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((THE OPTIONS RANGE FROM AVIATION --WHERE STUDENTS CAN ACTUALLY GET THEIR PRIVATE PILOTS LICENSE TO OPPORTUNITY TO DANCE AND PERFORMING ARTS. SO ROANOKE CITY REALLY HAS A LOT TO OFFER ITS STUDENTS.))
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Applications are currently being accepted for all of the magnet schools for the upcoming school year.
Students are chosen based on a lottery system and can live in Roanoke or surrounding communities.
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[Angel-Tree]


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It's not even Thanksgiving, but the Salvation Army is already working to help make this holiday season bright for dozens of needy children in our area.
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The organization has setup Angel trees at various locations in Roanoke -- including this one at Valley View Mall.
Each angel represents a child in the Valley who is counting on others to make their Holiday wishes come true.
When you adopt an angel it comes with a description of the child along with their special Christmas wish.
Once you purchase a gift, it's placed underneath the Christmas tree and will eventually be given to the child.
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[TAKE FULL SCREEN]
Other Angel Tree locations around the area include Walmart, Kmart, Ames, Tanglewood Mall, and Sam's Club.
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Still to come, a well known light house is shining again.
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Plus, if you're looking for an alternative to the usual hunting grounds this year, Kimberly McBroom takes us to a place not too far from home.
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[lotto]

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Hunting season is about to get into full swing.
But if you're not as comfortable in the woods as more seasoned hunters, you might want to try a hunting PRESERVE.


Kimberly McBroom takes us to Patrick County-- where one of the nation's largest preserves is located in this week's "Time Off".
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((PULL IT!! TWO GUNSHOTS)) [RUNS:04]

It takes a delicate mix of eye- hand coordination to pull the trigger at precisely the right moment.
The sporting clay course at Primland Resort attracts both men and women who love the great outdoors.
Primland is also one of the nation's largest hunting preserves.
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[SOT 13:12:45 tape 2]

((STEVE HELMS/PRIMLAND GENERAL MANAGER: IT'S A 14,000 ACRE ESTATE. THERE'S NO FENCE ON IT OR ANYTHING OF THAT NATURE, SO IT'S ALL WIDE OPEN TERRITORY RIGHT HERE ON THE EAST FACE OF THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS.)) [RUNS:09]
Trained dogs, usually English Pointers, help out with guided pheasant- hunting excursions.
And as on any hunting trip, you are requited to wear blaze orange.
So far, Primland has an excellent safety record, with no hunting injuries reported.
Any unwanted prey are donated to the charity, "Hunters for the Hungry".
If you prefer and rod and reel to a rifle.... fly- fishing along the Dan River is also offered at the resort.
And ponds are always stocked with trout.
Perhaps the best CATCH here is the opportunity for more family time.
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[SOT 13:12:30 tape 2]

((STEVE HELMS/PRIMLAND GENERAL MANAGER: IT'S REALLY A BONDING TIME, AS FAR AS FAMILIES ARE CONCERNED. YOU KNOW, FATHERS AND SONS, DOING HUNTS AND FISHING TRIPS AND YOU KNOW, JUST GETTING OUT. THE WHOLE FAMILY GOING HORSEBACK RIDING AND THINGS LIKES THAT--GETTING OUT OF THE HOUSE A LITTLE MORE AND AWAY FROM THE VIDEO GAMES.)) [RUNS:11]
You can get OUT, and OFF of the beaten path...while four- wheeling on A-T-V's.
After a such a full day here...you might want to seek a quite refuge for the night in one of 13 chalets offering scenic views of the Virginia- North Carolina border.
Most are large enough to accommodate large families or groups.
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[SOT 13:12:04 tape 2]

((STEVE HELMS/PRIMLAND GENERAL MANAGER: WE'VE BEEN GETTING A LOT MORE CORPORATE GROUPS IN, DOING CONFERENCES AND THEY DO A LOT OF CORPORATE OUTINGS WITH THEIR CUSTOMERS AND WHAT NOT AND THE CHRISTMAS PARTIES AND COMPANY PICNICS, ALONG WITH ALL THE FAMILIES COMING FOR SUMMER VACATION.)) [RUNS:12]
With the wide scope of activities at Primland, Helms says it's important to call for reservations....especially with the holiday and hunting seasons getting under way.
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[SOT standup close tape 2 13:28:41]

((KIMBERLY MCBROOM/NEWS 7: RIFLE HUNTING SEASON BEGINS NEXT WEEK. BUT FOR AMATEUR HUNTERS, A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT LIKE THIS ONE IS GOOD TRAINING GROUND BEFORE HEADING INTO THE UNCERTAINTY OF THE WOODS. KIMBERLY MCBROOM, NEWS 7, PATRICK COUNTY.)) [RUNS:12]))
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[BoyScout-Award]


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Boy Scouts from 21- counties came together tonight for the Leaders Recognition Banquet.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


More than two hundred boy scouts gathered at the Wyndham Hotel in Roanoke to be honored and rewarded for their work in the community.
9- scouts received the distinguished "Silver Beaver Award"-- which is the highest award for volunteerism.
Our own Jean Jadhon-- also joined in the celebration by emceeing the event.
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[Cape-Hatteras]


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The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse was officially relit today in North Carolina.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Cape Hatteras, NC;]


The lighthouse was moved last summer about a half-mile back from the ocean to protect it from the encroaching surf.
The re-lighting ceremony was supposed to take place in September, but was delayed because of Hurricane Dennis, followed by Floyd and Irene.
There has been a lighthouse in the Cape Hatteras area since 1803.
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Tonight, Virginia Tech and Miami met in Blacksburg to decide first place in the Big East Conference in front of a sell out crowd.
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Roy Stanley joins from Lane Stadium with the latest on a game filled with turnovers and tough defense, Roy.
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Tennessee, although ranked behind Tech was a spot up on the Hokies in the BCS standings, putting the Vols in front of the Hokies as one of two choices for the national Championship Sugar Bowl.
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[SUPER=03-Fayetteville, AR/Jefferson Pilot; :00]


But UT was shocked today by Arkansas 28-24 in Fayetteville. Razorback quarterback Clint Stoerner threw a 23 yard tou
chdown pass to Anthony Lucas with [SUPER=34-Arkansas/28/Tennessee/24;]3:44 to play and Arkansas holds on for the win. T

ennessee is now 7 and 2, 4 and 2 in the SEC.
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[SUPER=03-Tallahassee, FL/ABC; :00]


The nation's number one ranked team, won today. Florida State pummeled Maryland 49 to 10. Chris Weinke also tied th
e ACC record for touchdown passes in a [SUPER=34-Florida State/49/Maryland/10;]game, he also threw six and three of the

m fell into the hands of Peter Warrick who racked up 134 yards receiving. The Seminoles improve to 10 and OH.
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[S-UVA]


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The Virginia Cavaliers became bowl eligible by whipping Buffalo 50-21 today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/Bulls vs. Cavaliers; :00]

Dan Ellis returned to action and was 16 of 19 for 363 yards and he tied an ACC record by throwing six touchdown passes. A 28 yarder to Kevin Coffey made it 7-zip.
Billy McMullin hauled in consecutive touchdown passes. His second, a seven yarder from Ellis made it 24-7 Cavaliers.
[SUPER=34-Virginia/50/Buffalo/21;]Thomas Jones set the school record for all purpose yards with 331. A huge chunk of

that came on this 84 yard touchdown reception that made it 43-14 UVa.
He also added a 37 yard TD run and ties a career high with 221 yards in his final home game.
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((THOMAS JONES/4TH 200 YD RUSHING GAME OF SEASON:))
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[SUPER=03-University Park, PA/ABC; :00]


Sixth ranked Penn State lost to Michigan today 31-27. Tom Brady's 11 yard TD pass to Marcus Knight with 1:46 to play sealed the Michigan win.
[SUPER=03-Madison, WI/ABC;]


Also, Wisconsin's Ron Dayne broke the NCAA career rushing record against Iowa. He has six thousand, 308 yards in his career.
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James Madison clinched an NCAA playoff birth with there first ever Atlantic 10 title, beating Richmond today.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Harrisonburg, VA]

JMU freshmen walk-on quarterback Mike Connelly keeps the ball himself and goes in from 7 yards out putting JMU up 7-0 in the first. Richmond answers with the arm of QB Jimmie Miles who throws 10 yards to Dwaune Jones, he holds on for the touchdown. Richmond trails by 10 in the second half.
[SUPER=34-James Madison/34/Richmond/13]

Then JMU's Curtis Keaton picks up 20 of his 162 yards on the day scampering around the right side for the touchdown. JMU wins 34-13 securing a share of the A-10 title.
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[SOT]
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((ROBERT CARSON/JMU RUNNING BACK:))
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The VMI Keydets traveled Charleston, South Carolina to play the Citadel today.
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The Bulldogs had their game faces on before kick off.
The Keydets would strike first as junior cornerback Richard Holland knocks down the Citadel option toss. He then [SU
PER=34-Citadel/7/VMI/6;]scoops up the rock on his way to an 82 yard touchdown run.

But Former Franklin County star Matt Maxey's extra point would just miss and that would prove costly as the Citadel escapes with the 7-6 victory and VMI completes the season one and 10.
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Still to come in sports, more football highlights from Ferrum, did the Panthers win their conference title?
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and we will check out the biggest soccer tournament to hit the valley ever. Stay with us.
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The ninth annual First Virginia Bank Fall Soccer Classic began today at Rivers Edge, Green Hill Park, Vineyard Parks and Merriman Park.
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192 teams and 35 hundred athletes are competing in the two day tournament. Some of the best youth soccer from North Carolina, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and South Carolina are on hand. If you missed the first day, have no fear.
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((BILL WALLACE/SITE DIRECTOR:))
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Ferrum College did its part by winning today's contest against Wesley State, but the Panthers ended up second in the Atlantic Central Football Conference because Frostburg State lost to Salisbury by a point.
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Coach Dave Davis was probably wondering if Ferrum would get on the board. Penalties negated two Ferrum touchdowns.
The Panthers miss another opportunity with this fumble deep in Wesley territory the Wolverines recover and get extra yards when Damien Nottingham pitches to Andre Summers.
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But Ferrum's sophomore QB Phil Hairston rushed for a career high 196 yards and the Panthers beat Wesley State on three field goals nine to seven.
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