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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 2, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba Sports ScoreboardBRANDON SUN. Tuesday, July 2, 2002 B3 Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 52 30 .634 Montreal 42 39 .519 9 1/2 Florida 42 40 .512 IO New York 40 ll .494 ll 1/2 Philadelphia 37 43 .463 14 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 43 36 .544 — Cincinnati 44 37 .543 _ Houston 36 44 .450 7 1/2 Pittsburgh 36 45 .444 8 Chicago 33 47 .413 10 1/2 Milwaukee 30 52 .366 14 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 50 31 .617 — Arizona 48 32 .600 I 1/2 San Francisco 45 35 .563 4 1/2 Colorado 39 43 .476 ll 1/2 San Diego 34 49 .410 17 33 46 .418 16 28 51 .354 21 W L Pct GB 46 36 .561 — IO 42 .488 6 37 43 .463 8 31 47 .397 13 ll 52 .342 17 1/2 W L Pct GB 51 30 .630 — 47 33 .588 3 1/2 46 35 .568 5 35 45 .438 15 1/2 Monday Results Atlanta 7 Montreal 5 Cincinnati 7 Houston 5 Florida 11 Chicago Cubs I Milwaukee I Pittsburgh 0 Philadelphia 6 N.Y. Mets 3 St. Louis I San Diego 3 San Francisco at Colorado N Los Angeles at Arizona N Sunday Results Cincinnati 12 St. Louis 8 Tuesday Games N.Y. Mets (Astacio 7-3) at Philadelphia (Adams 4-5).6:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Quevedo 3-6) at Pittsburgh ((.Anderson 6-8),6:05 p.m. Houston (Miller 3-3) at Cincinnati (Hamilton 3-5), 6: IO p.m. Montreal (Colon OO) at Atlanta (Moss 4- 2), 6:35 p.m. Chicago Cubs (I.ieber 6-4) at Florida (Penny 3-3), 7:05 p.m. San Diego (Jarvis 2-3) at St. Louis (B.Smith 0-5), 7:10 p.m. San Francisco (Jensen 7-6) at Colorado (Neagle 4-5), 8:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Daal 6-3) at Ariz.ona (Helling 7-5),9:05 p.m. MONDAY LINF.SCORES Montreal    103    OOO    OOI    —5    13    I Atlanta    IOO    041    Olx    —7    9    I JVazquez (L.5-5), Brower (8) and Barrett, Schneider (8); Glavine, Ligtenberg (W,2- 3)(4), Holmes (6), Spooneybarger (7), CHammond (8), Smoltz (S,28)(9) and JLopez. HRs: Mil — Vidro (9), VGuerrero (19), Tatis (IO); All — MFranco (4), Sheffield (14). Houston    IOO    OOI    300    —5    9    0 Cinel    241    OOO    OOx    — 7    9    1 CHernandez (L.5-4), NCruz (2), Mann (5), Stone (7), Borbon (7), Redding (8) and Ausmus; JHaynes (VV;9-6), Williamson (7), Behen (7), Sullivan (7), Hudson (8),Graves (S,25)(9) and LaRue. HR: [Iou — AZinter (I). San Diego    IOO    002    OOO —3 6 2 St.Louis    203    020    OOx —7 IO I Perez (L,2-t), Pickford (7) and WGonzalez; WWilliams (W.6-3), Crudale (9) and Matheny. HRs: SD — Lankford (6); Stl. Cairo (2), Edmonds (15), Pujols (17), WWilliams (I). NYMets    OOI    OOO    020    —3    7    I Phila    023    IOO    OOx    —6    8    0 Estes (L,3-6), GRobcrts (4), Weathers (6), Guthrie (8) and Piazza; Duckworth (W,5-5), CSilva (8), Plesac (8), Mesa (S,21)(8) and Pratt. HRs: NYM — Tarasco (3), Payton (6); Pha — Thee (7). Milwau    OOO    OOO    Oil    —2    3    2 Pitts    OOO    OOO    OOO    —0    3    1 JAWright (W.2-6) and Bako; Wells (L.9-5), Fetters (9), Sauerbeck (9) and Kendall. Chi Cubs    010    OOO    OOO    —I    5    1 Florida 020 071 Olx —1115 0 Zambrano (L.0-1), Fassero (5), Borowski (6), Beltran (8), Farnsworth (8) and Girardi; Tejera (W.4-1), Olsen (8), Mairena (9) and C Johnson. SUNDAY LINESCORE Cinci    032    OOI 006 —1216 1 St.Louis 610 OOO 010 —8130 Pineda, Behen (I), Ricdling (3), Sullivan (W,5-2)(6),GWhite (9) and LaRue, (Miler (6); Morris, Veres (6), Kline (8), Isringhausen (L,2-1 )(9), Stechschulte (9) and DiFelice. HRs: Cin ABoone (11); Stl — Polanco (4),TMartinez (9), DiFelice (3). AMERICAN LEAGUE Toronto Tampa Bay Central Division Minnesota Chicago Cleveland Kansas City Detroit West Division Seattle Anaheim Oakland Texas Monday Results Boston 4 Toronto 0 Kansas City at Seattle N Minnesota at Oakland N Sunday Results Interleaguc Toronto I Montreal 5 Anaheim 5 Los Angeles I Atlanta 7 Boston 3 (IO ings) Arizona 5 Cleveland 2 Chicago Cubs 9 Chicago White Sox 2 Colorado 4 Seattle 3 Kansas City 13 San Diego I Minnesota 4 Milwaukee 3 N.Y. Yankees 8 N.Y. Mets 0 Oakland 7 San Francisco 0 Philadelphia 8 Baltimore 5 Pittsburgh 6 Detroit 2 Tampa Bay 6 Florida 5(12 ings) Houston at Texas (ppd., rain) Tuesday Games Toronto (Carpenter 1-1) at Boston (Wakefield 2-3), 12:05 p.m., 1st game Toronto (Smith 0-2) at Boston (Kim 1-0), 6:05 p.m., 2nd game Cleveland (Drese 7-6) at N.Y. Yankees (Clemens 8-3), 6:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Sturtze 1-8) at Texas (Rogers8- 4), 7:05 p.m. Detroit (Bernero 2-3) at Chicago White Sox (Ritchie 4-10), 7:05 p.m. Baltimore (Lopez6-3) at Anaheim (Ortiz8- 5),9:05 p.m. Minnesota (Reed 6-4) at Oakland (Zito 10-3),9:05 p.m. Kansas City (Byrd 10-5) at (R.Soriano 0-3), 9:05 p.m. (4), Fikac (7), DJimenez (7) and Lumpkin; Suppan (VV,7-6), Grimsley (8), Bailey (9) and llinch. HRs: SD — Matos (2); KC Randa (8), Ibanez (6). Phila    OOO    303    HO    —    8    120 Balti    022    OOO    010    —    5    9 3 Person (W.3-4), JSantiago (6), CSilva (8), Mesa (S,20)(9) and Lieberthal; Ponson, Brock (3), BRyan (5), Bauer (L,3-4)(6), YPerez (6), WRoberts (7), Julio (9) and Fordyce. HR: Bal — TBatista (18). San Fran    WX)    OOO    OOO    —    0    5 1 Oakland    002    203    OOx    —    7    111 RuOrtiz (I.,6-5), Fultz (6), FRodriguez (7), Zcrbe (8) and BSantiago; Tlludson (W.6-7) and RaHcrnandez. Coloro    OOO    200    002    —    4    140 Seattle    010    002    OOO    —    3    6 0 Thomson, Stark (7), Speier (W,3-0)(8), JJimenez (S,21)(9) and Estalclla; Baldwin, Rhodes (7), Hasegawa (7), Sasaki (L,2-2)(9) and BDavis. HRs: Sea — Olcrud (12), Sierra (IO). LosAngs OW) OOI OOO —    150 Anaheim    230    OOO    OOx    —    5    7 0 OPerez (L,9-4), Quantrill (8) and Lo Duca; Lackey (VV,1-1), Weber (S,l) (7) and BMolina. HR: Ana — BGU (I). NYMets    OOO    OOO    OOO    —    0    3 2 NYYankees002 400 02x    —    8 HO Trachsel (L.6-7), GRobcrts (4), BMJones (5), Strickland (7), Benitez (8), Cerda (8) and VWilson; Pettitte (W,2-2) and Posada. HRs New York Yankees, ASoriano (19), Vander Wal (3). LATE SATURDAY Los Ang    (XX)    OOO    OOO    —    0    3 2 Anaheim    102    200    02x    —    7    140 Ishii (I.,I I-4), Meta (4),Mulholland (7) and Lo Duca; Self (W.7-5) and BMolina. HR: Ana — Salmon (13). ALL-STARS Seattle AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pct New York 50 31 .617 Boston 47 31 .603 Baltimore 38 41 481 GB 1/2 MONDAY LINESCORES Toronto OOO OOO OOO — 0 7 0 Boston    020 101 OOx — 4 IOO Parris (L.0-2), Heredia (8) and Fletcher; PMartinez (W.10-2), Embree (9) and Varitek. INTERLEAGUE SUNDAY LINESCORES Montreal    OOO    200    300    —    5    101 Toronto    HO    201    20x    —    7    120 Ohka, Lloyd (L,2-3)(7), DSmith (7) and Schneider; Loaiza, Politte (7), Cassidy (7), Eyre (W,2-3)(7), KF.scobar (S,14)(8) and Huckaby. HRs: Tor CDelgado (17), Berg (4). Arizona    300    HO    OOO    —    5    6 1 Cleve    010    OOO    OOI    —    2    5 0 Schilling (W.13-3) and DMiller; DBaez (L.6-6), HMurray (4), Riggan (7), Paronto (8), Wickman (9) and EDiaz. HRs: Ariz — Spivey (9); Cle — Burks (14), Thome (24). Pittsb    010    OOI    202    —    6    130 Detroit    OOO    OOO    HO    —    2    101 Benson (W,2-4), Boehringer (7), Sauerbeck (9), MiWilliams (S,23)(9) and Kendall; Maroth (L.l-2),Henriquez (7),(Walker (7), JFarnsworth (8) and Inge. HR: Pgh — BGiles (19). Milwau    OOO    020    OOI    —    3    50 Minne    002    OOO    02x    —    4    IOO Rusch (L.5-6), LVizcaino (8) and Machado; Milton (W.9-6), Guardado (S,24)(9) and Prince. Chi Cubs    003    005    OOI    —    9    120 Chi Sox    OOO    OOO    002    —    2    6 0 Clement (W,6-5), Alfonseca (9) and Hundley; Buehrle (L.ll-6), Biddle (6), Foulkc (9) and MLJohnson. HRs: Che — Bellhorn 2 (IO). Atlanta    OOO    012    OOO    4—    7    140 Boston    OOO    OOO    210    0—    3    5 1 Marquis, CHammond (7), Gryboski (8), Remlinger (W,5-0)(9), Spooneybarger (IO) and JLopez; [Castillo, (Sarees (7), Haney (8), Urbina (l.,0-3)(9), Banks (IO) and Mirabelli. HRs: Atl — JLopez (6); Bos Garciaparra (IO), Daubach (IO),Nixon (8). Florida 130 OW) OOO 010— 5 9 2 Tampa BWX) 310 OOO Oil— 6 12 2 (12ings) Burnett, Almanza (IO), Looper (IO), VNunez (L,4-3)( ll) and Redmond, (Johnson (12); JoSosa, Colome (6), Harper (9), Yan (W,4-3)(12) and Hall HR: Fla — Lowell (13). S Diego OOO OOO IOO —    15 1 Ran City 031 004 50x    —    13 150 Peavy (1,0-2), Middlebrook (4), RMyers iocal Diamonds ORA DENTAL MARLINS CANADA DAY BASEBALL TOURNAMENT __________ (at Westbran Stadium) SUNDAY A side final Birlie 16 Ora Dental 2 B-side final Oak River 9 Devil's Lake 3 A side semifinals Birtle 8 Brandon 0 (Ira Dental I Marlins 3 B-side semifinal Devil’s Lake 6 Houstons I BARNACLES CANADA DAY FASTBALL TOURNAMENT (at Curran Park) Monday Round robin Pool A W L F A P Barnacles 2 0 15 IO 4 Fleming I I 25 15 2 CUnwifiiatn 0 2 I I 26 0 Pool B w L F A P Nal. Exchange 2 0 13 0 4 Winnipeg I I 5 9 I Native Sons 0 2 3 12 0 SUNDAY Round robin Manitoba Youth 8 Blaine (Minn.) 7 Manitoba Development 14 Melville (Sask.) 4 Manitoba Youth 9 Winnipeg 8 Sioux Falls ll Manitoba Development I PEEWEE BOYS AAA BASEBALL TOURNAMENT (at Simplot Millenium Park) SUNDAY Championship game Carillon 8 Estevan (Sask.) 5 Third place game Interlake 16 St. James 6 Filth place game Oil Dome 12 Regina 3 Seventh place game Bdn Sp! Excellence 13 N. Winnipeg IO Round robin Oil Dome IO North Winnipeg 8 Carillon 12 Regina 2 GIRLS FASTBALL TOURNAMENT Round robin Barnacles 7 Clanwilliam 4 Barnacles 8 Fleming (Sask.) 6 Fleming 19 Clanwilliam 7 National Exchange 7 Native Sons 0 Winnipeg 5 Native Sons 3 National Exchange 6 Winnipeg 0 Semifinals Winnipeg 8 Barnacles 7 Fleming 13 National Exchanges Clinal Native Sons ll) Clanwilliam 4 B final Barnacles 7 National Exchange 6 A-final Fleming 12 Winnipeg 7 CANADA DAY CLASSIC YOUTH BASEBALL TOURNAMENT (at Simplot Millenium Park) SUNDAY PEEWEE Final Binscarth del. Portage Consolation final Boissevain del. Ham iota SQUIRT Final Carlyle (Sask.) del. Brandon (at Winnipeg) MONDAY Final New Ulm (Minn.) 6 Manitoba Youth 2 Semifinal Manitoba Youth 7 Sioux Falls (Sd).) I Fifth place Saskatoon 8 Manitoba Development 0 STARTERS Catcher Ave Ab H Hr Rbi Posada, NYY First Base .258 267 69 13 50 Giambi, NYY Second Base .316 294 93 21 64 Soriano, NYY Third Base .324 343 111 19 48 Hillenbrand, Bos Shortstop .304 309 94 13 19 A. Rodriguez, Tex Outfield .302 305 92 24 65 Hunter, Min .305 315 % 18 56 Ramirez, Bos .348 132 46 9 37 Suzuki, Sea .359 323 116 2 28 RESERVES Catcher Ave Ab H Hr Rbi Pierzynski, Min First Base .323 226 73 5 31 Konerko, Chi .336 307 103 20 70 Sweeney, KC Third Base .361 285 103 15 45 Batista, Bal .276 293 81 18 50 Ventura, NYY Shortstop .256 242 62 19 58 Garciaparra, Bos .315 298 94 IO 60 Jeter, NYY .307 335 103 ll 39 Tejada, Oak .299 331 99 15 59 Vizquel, Cle Outfield .295 285 84 IO 45 Anderson, Ana .298 326 97 15 60 Pick, Det .293 283 83 0 34 Winn, TB .307 313 96 3 9 PITCHERS Buerhle.Chi Garcia, Sea Guardado, Min Halladay, Tor l.owe, Bos W L    Era    Sv Ip    Bb    So 11-6    3.62    0 121.2    39    70 11-5    3.56    0 121.1    26    101 ll    2.56    24 38.2    10    41 9-4 3.15 0120.0 26 94 11-4 2.18 OIH.I 26 71 PMartinez, Bos    9-2    3.07    0 102.2    21119 MRivera,NY    1-3    1.57    1928.2    8    29 Sasaki, Sea    2-2    0.93    18 29.0    9    37 Zito,Oak    10-3    3,58    0105.2    36    96 NATIONAL LEAGUE STARTERS Ave Ab Catcher Piazza, NYM First Base Helton, Col Second Base Vidro, Mtl Third Base Rolen, Pha Shortstop Rollins, Pha Outfield Bonds, SF    .345    206 Sosa, ChC    .313    291 Guerrero,Mtl    .330    306 ll Hr Rbi .280 243 68 15 46 .343 289 99    16    60 .334 311 104 8 .245 282    9 .267 329 88    7    30 25 50 27 53 18 55 RESERVES Catcher Miller, Ariz Santiago, SF First Base Sexson, Mil Second Base Castillo, Fla Spivey, Ariz Shortstop Hernandez, Mil Third Base Lowell, Fla Outfield Berkman, Hou Dunn, Cin Gonzalez, Ariz Green, LA PITCHERS Gagne, LA Glavine, Atl Hoffman, SD Johnson, Ariz Kiln, Ariz. Morris, SH. OPerez, LA Schilling, Ariz Smoltz, Atl MWilliams, Pgh Ava Ab Ll Hr Rbi .275 211 .273 245 .284 2% 84 .329 310 .325 240 .289 266    2 .316 313 99 .283 286 .305 262 .288 288 .281 288 W L Era Sv Ip 0 O 1.30 29 41.2 11-3 1.75 0 123.2 1 l 2.30 2031.1 12-2 2.38 0 124.2 3-1 2.47 20 47.1 10-5 3.27 0 121.0 0-2 4.53 27 43.2 1-2 1.95 23 32.2 Sportily July 2 On Ta, I Soccer TODAY ASSOCIATED PRESS Len Mattiace reacts as he rolls in a birdie putt on the 18th green Sunday for his second win of 2002. Baseball Manitoba Senior — Baldur at Neepawa, 7 p in. (Ira Dental vs. Birtle, at Westbran Stadium, 7 p.m. Brandon at Kearney, 7 p.m. Houstons Senior B — Thunderbird vs. Simplot, at Kinsmen Stadium, 7 p.m. Fastball Brandon Commercial Men’s — Clanwilliam vs. National Exchange, at Diamond No.2,7:15 p.m. Mavericks vs. Native Sons, at Diamond Nod,7:15 p.m. Barnacle’s vs. Clanwilliam, at Diamond No.2,9 p.m. All games at Curran Park. Soccer West man Women’s — Strikers vs. Neepawa, at Optimist Park, 7:30 p.m. Hockey Westman Summer — Division I: Barnacle’s vs. Burger King, at Optimist Arena, 7:45 p.m. Inferno vs. Sports Excellence, at Optimist Arena, 9 p.m. Division 2: Subway vs. Sports Excellence, at Sportsplex,6:30 p.m. Bonanza vs. Central Auto Body, at Sportsplex, 7:45 p.m. West Fit vs. Little Italy, at Sportsplex,9 p.m. Division 3: Little Italy vs. Subway, at Optimist Arena,6:30 p.m. Bonanza vs. Webber Printing, at Kinsmen Arena, 8:45 p.m. Golf Golf Manitoba — Men’s Amateur Qualifying, at Shilo,8 a.m. WORLD CUP CHAMPIONS 2002 - Brazil 1998- france 1994 Brazil 1990 West Germany 1986 Argentina 1982 - Italy 1978 - Argentina 1974 West Germany 1970 Brazil 1966 Kngland 1962 - Brazil 1958 Brazil 1954 - West Germany 1950 - - Uruguay 1938 Italy 1934 - - Italy 1930 Uruguay GOLDEN BOOT (Top Scorer) 2002    Ronaldo, Brazil 8 1998    Davor Suker, Croatia 6 1994    liristo Stoitchkov, Bulgaria 6 (tie) Oleg Salenko, Russia 6 1990    Salvatore Schillaci, Italy 6 1986 — Gary Lineker, England 6 1982 — Paolo Rossi, Italy 6 1978 Mario Kempes, Argentina 6 1974    Gregorz Lato, Poland 7 1970    Gerd Muller,Germany IO 1966 — Eusebio, Portugal 9 1962 — Garricha, Brazil 4 (tie) Valentin Ivanov, Soviet Union 4 (tie) Leone! Sanchez,Chile 4 (tie) Vava, Brazil 4 (tie) Florian Albert, Hungary 4 (tie) Drazan Jerkovic, Yugoslavia 4 1958 — Just Fontaine 13 1950 — Ademir, Brazil 9 1938 — Leonidas, Brazil 8 1934 — eldrich Nejedly.Czechoslovia 5 1930 - Guillermo Stabile, Argentina 8 WEDNESDAY CfI Got PGA TOUR MONEY LEADERS Tm Money I. l iger Woods ll $4,055,100 2. Phil Mickelson 18 $3,653,426 3. David Toms 17 $2,081,999 4. Len Mattiace 17 $1,928,173 5. Sergio Garcia 15 $1,834,813 6. Vijay Singh 17 $1,820,035 7. Justin Leonard 16 $1,812,640 8. Jose Maria Olazabal 12 $1,804,767 9. Nick Price 12 $1,795,047 IO. Shigeki Maruyama 17 $1,780,686 11.Chris DiMarco 18 $1,737,757 12. Ernie Els 12 $1,736,880 13. Jerry Kelly 18 $1,671,676 14. Retie! (loosen 9 $1,634,389 15. Brad Faxon 16 $1,601,472 16. Rocco Mediate 13 $1,572,283 17. Jim Furyk 16 $1,556,992 18. Kenny Perry 17 $1,404,238 19. Scott McCarron 15 $ 1,383,069 20. Craig Perks 17 $1,376,677 25. Stephen Ames 18 $1,146,165 36. Ian Leggatt 17 $910,147 63. Mike Weir 15 $600,500 89. Glen Hnatiuk 16 $405,792 MEMPHIS,Tam. (AP) Scores and earn ings Sunday following the final round of the $3.8 million US St. Jude Classic, played on the 7,030-yard, par-71 Host Course at the TPC Southwind: I. Mattiace, $684,000 69 68 65 64 T.Petrovic, $410,400 65-68-66-68 N.Begay III,$258,4(H) 66-65-68-69 D.Toms, $182,400    68-68-65-68 I). I lowser, $ 133,475 66-70-70-64 J.Carter, $133,475    68-67-67-68 T.Isenhour, $133,475 72-65-64-69 M.Kuchar, $133,475 66-66-67-71 R.Allenby, $95,000    72-67-66-66 RGamez, $95,000    70-64-69-68 J.Leonard, $95,0(X)    66-66-71-68 N.Lancaster, $95,(XX) 70-67-64-70 P.Bates, $95,(XX)    68 63-69-71 T.Byrum, $64,600    73-63-69-67 J.Hill, $64,600    68 66-70-68 S. Pate, $64,600    67-68 69 68 I .Roberts, $64,61 Kl    09 68-66-69 G.Hnatiuk, $64,600    65-65 65 77 l.l.eggatt, $24,130    71-67-64 72 D.Morland IV,$7,562 69-68 70 77 LPGA TOUR 266 267 268 269 270 270 270 270 271 271 271 271 271 272 272 272 272 272 274 284 GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) — Scores and earnings Sunday following the final round of the $1.2 million US ShopRite Classic, played on the 6,071-yard, par-71 Bay Course at the Marriott Seaview Resort: A.Sorenstam, $180,000 C. Koch, $83,530 K.Golden, $83,530 J.lnkster, $83,530 H.Kobayashi, $45,000 N.Gulbis, $45,000 B.Morgan, $30,100 H.Allredsson, $30,100 L.Kane,$30,100 A.Bunch, $21,192 S. Waugh, $21,192 [..Davies, $21,192 J.Head, $21,192 N. Bowen, $21,192 E.Klein, $16,080 K.Saiki, $16,080 R. Jones, $16,080 J.Piers, $16,080 D.Coe Jones, $4,694 SENIOR PGA TOUR___ OWINGS MILL, Md. (AP) ScoresSunday from the final round of the $2.5-million (US) U.S. Senior Open, at the 7,005-yard, par 71 Caves Valley Golf Club (x—won in a five-hole playoff): x- D.Pooley, $450,000    71 -70-63-70 I Watson, $265,000    67-71-69-67 T.Kite, $171,182    69-67-73-68 E.Dougherty, $119,609 71-69-68-70 M.Hatalsky. $91,597    73-72-68-67 F.Gibson, $91,597    69-69-73-69 L.Nelson, $71,689    71-71-72-67 JMCanizares, $71,689 68-68-76-69 68-67-66 -201 71-66-67 — 204 64-69-71 — 204 65-67-72 — 204 71-69-65 — 205 68-71-66 — 205 71-70-65 — 206 70-67-69 - 206 65-70-71 — 206 74-69-64 — 207 71-70-66 - 207 70-68-69 — 207 67-70-70 — 207 68-68-71 — 207 72-71-65 — 208 73-68-67 — 208 69-69-70 — 208 67-70-71 — 208 71 69-73 — 213 Baseball Santa Clara — Plumas at Minnedosa, 7 p.m. Carberry at Neepawa, 7 p.m. Arden at Cypress River, 7 p.m. Southwest — llamiota at Virden, 7:30 p.m. Hockey Sports Excellence AAA Challenge — Male players born from 1984-1987. Games all day al Kinsmen, Optimist and Sportsplex arenas. SportSelect = East Division GP W L TOTI. F A P Hamilton I I 0 0 0 ll 15 2 Montreal I I 0 0 0 ll 20 2 Ottawa I 0 I 0 I ll 30 I Toronto I 0 I 0 0 15 39 0 West Division CP W L TOTI. F A P Winnipeg I I 0 0 0 39 15 2 Edmonton I I 0 0 0 ll 21 2 Saskatchewan I I 0 I) 0 30 ll 2 Calgary I 0 I 0 0 21 ll 0 B.C. I 0 2 0 0 35 54 0 Note: Teams losing in overtime are PRO-LINE ODDS TUESDAY, JULY 2 Game Vis lim V T H O/U BBL I TOR BOS 2.45 - 1.30 9.5 RBI. 2 NYK PHI 1.60 1.80 8.5 BBL 3 MIL PIT 1.90 1.55 8.5 BBL 4 HOU CIN 1.50 - 1.95 9.5 BBL 5 CHG ELA 1.65 - 1.75 8.5 BBL 6 CLE NY 2.65 - 1.25 9.5 BBL 7 MTL ATI 1.90 1.55 7.5 BBL 8 IB TEX 2.45 - 1.30 10.5 BBL 9 DET CHI 2.15 - 1.40 9.5 BBL IO SI) STL 2.15 - LIO 9.5 BBL ll SF col 1.75 1.65 11.5 BBL 12 KC SEA 2.45 - 1.30 8.5 BBL 13 LA AR/. 1.95 - 1.50 8.5 BBL 14 BAI ANA 2.15 - 1.40 8.5 BBL IS MIN OAK 2.45 - 1.30 8.5 awarded one point; the CFL includes overtime losses in the loss column WEEK I Saturday Result Hamilton 27 B.C. 15 Friday Results Edmonton 27 Calgary 21 Saskatchewan 30 Ottawa 27 (OI) Winnipeg 39 Toronto 15 Tuesday Result Montreal ll B.C. 20 WEEK 2 Bye: B.C. Wednesday Game Montreal at Toronto, 6 p.m. (TSN) Thursday Game Ottawa at Edmonton,8 p.m. (TSN) Friday Games Hamilton at Winnipeg, 7:30 p.m. (TSN) Calgary at Saskatchewan,8:30 p.m. POINT SPREAD A. Doyle, $71,689 B.Gilder, $60,792 G.Morgan, $48,635 B.Wadkins. $48,63 11.Irwin, $48,635 (.Thorpe, $48,635 D.Tewell, $48,635 W. Hall, $48,635 D.Barr, $15,994 70-69-7I-71- 71-71-70-71- 72-69-75-68- 72-73-71-68- 73-74-69-68 70-72 72-70 75-69 69-71 70-65-72-77-73-73-72-73- 274 274 111 278 280 280 281 281 281 28.3 284 284 284 284 284 284 291 Tennis TUESDAY, JULY 2 Game Vis lim V ll BBL I TOR BOS -1.5 HBI. 2 NYK PHI 0.5 BBL 3 MIL PIT -0.5 BBL 4 HOU CIN -0.5 BBL 5 CHG ELA -0.5 BBL 6 CLE NY -1.5 BBL 7 Mil ATL -0.5 BBL 8 TB TEX -1.5 BBL 9 DFT CHI -1.5 BBL IO SD STL -1.5 BBL ll SF COL -0.5 BBL 12 KC SEA -1.5 BBL 13 LA AR/ -0.5 BBL I t BAI. ANA 1.5 BBL 15 MIN OAK -1.5 ATP/WTA TOURS CANADIAN TOUR 7 38 MONEY LEADERS I'm Money 18 57 1.    Annika Sorenstam 2.    Se Kl Pak 12 IO $1,534,054 $710,806 2 18 43 3. Laura Diaz 13 $581,089 y 4. lull Inkster ll $538,545 5. Mi llyun Kim 12 $491,497 13 40 6. Karrie Webb 9 $401,414 7. Grace Park 13 $378,680 13 53 8. Rosie Jones 12 $373,670 9. eristic Kerr 14 $372,899 25 68 IO. Cann Koch 14 $368,693 15 48 11. Maria lljorth 12 $286,198 16 57 12. Janice Moodic 13 $257,815 25 63 13. Beth Daniel 9 $255,403 H So 14. Rachel leske ll $254,091 15. Michele Redman 13 $253,523 23 98 59 73 11 155 16. Hee-Won Hail 13 $247,768 ll 97 17.    Lorie Kane 18.    Laura Davies ll IO $234,953 $230,266 33 111 65 19. Kelly Robbins IO $230,176 IOO 20. Mhairi McKay 13 $223,992 91 83 54. Dawn Coe-Jones 8 $87,451 104 175 IOO. A.|. Eathorne 12 $34,432 39 46 131. Angela Kuzminski IO $14,602 24 24 158. Nanty Harvey 9 $5,764 PITT MEADOWS, B.C. (CP) - Scores and earnings Sunday following the final round ol the SI50,(XX) Greater Vancouver Classic, played at the 7,000-yard, par 72 Swan e-set Bay Resort (x won on first play oil hole): x I.Steel $24,000 K.Duke $14,400 A.Barber $7,-400 D.Criff $7,400 M.Grob $7,400 I. Bohn $5,(XX) M.Kirk $5,000 E.Maunder $5,000 Sanderson $4,050 D.McKenzie $4,050 J.Schultz $4,050 B.DeCorso $2,940 R.McMillan $2,940 66-67-75-64— 272 05-69-70-68— 111 71-69 68-68    276 71-65-70 70—276 67-75-70-64— 276 70-69-70 68 - 111 67-73-7106 -111 71 69-67-70—277 67-71-68-72— 278 70-71-69-68—278 70-68-67-73    278 72-70 68 69—279 74-67-71-67—279 • In the event of a discrepancy between this information and the official info from Western Canada Lottery Corporation, the latter shall prevail. Local Links YELLOW HEAD INTERCLUB BEST BALL MacGregor 16 at Minnedosa 20 Darren Nagorski and Rick Nylen, Minnedosa (72) tied Doug Chambers and Don Braaksma, MacGregor (72) 9-9; Darren Blake and Jeff MacDonald, Minnedosa (69) del. Bernie Ritzer and Pete Thiessen,MacGregor(73) ll 7. LONDON (AP) - Results Monday from the Wimbledon championships (seedings in parentheses): Men’s Singles Fourth Round Lleyton Hewitt (I), Australia, def. Mikhail Youzhny, Russia, 6-3,6-3,7-5. Sjeng Schalken (18), Netherlands, def. |an Vacek, Czech Republic, 6-2,7-5,7-5. Nicolas Lapentti (22), Ecuador, del. Arnaud Clement, I ranee, 3-6,7-5,2-6,7-5, 6-3. David Nalbandian (28), Argentina, del. Wayne Arthurs, Australia, 6-4,7-6 (4), 2-6, 7-6(7). Andre Sa, Brazil, def. Feliciano Lopez, Spain, 6-3,7-5,4-6,6-3. Men’s Doubles Third Round Mark Knowles, Bahamas, and Daniel Nestor (2),Toronto,del lames Blake, U.S., and Andrew Kratzmann, Australia, 6-4, 6-4,6-4. Women’s Singles Fourth Round Venus Williams (I), U.S., dei. l.isa Raymond (16), U.S.,6-1,6-2. Elena I ikhovtseva, Russia, def. Magdalena Maleeva (19), Bulgaria, 6-3, 6-4. Transactions = BASEBALL American League NEW YORK YANKEES—Acquired OF Raul Mondesi from Toronto for Ll IP Scott Wiggins. HOCKEY National Hockey League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS Signed C Adam Oates to a one-year contract. MINNESOTA WILD Failed to make qualifying offers to EW Aaron Cavey and RW Stacy Roest, making them free agents. SAN JOSE SHARKS Resigned I Patrick Marleau, F Mara) Sturm and I) Shawn Heins. WASHINGTON CAPITALS Signed C Robert Tang to a five-year contract. 1903 Washington outfielder Ed Delahanty went over a rail road bridge at Niagara Falls and drowned. The exact circumstances ol his death were never determined. 1933 Carl Hubbell of the New York Giants beat the St Louis Cardinals IO in an 18 inning game. He allowed six hits and no walks. Iii the second game of the doubleheader, the Cardinals were blanked 1-0, with Roy Parmelee outdueling Dizzy Dean. 1941 Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees hit anoine run to extend his consecutive game hitting streak lo 45 games, cur passing Willie Keeler’s record of 44 straight games for the Orioles in 1897. 1963 Juan Marietta! of San Francisco beat Warren Spahn and the Milwaukee Braves I O in 16 innings on Willie Mays’ homer. 1986 Roger Clemens of the Boston Red Sox fell short of a record tying 15th consecutive winning decision when the Toronto Blue Jays scored three tuns in the eighth inning tor a I 2 victory. as «. 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