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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 3, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba Sports ScoreboardBRANDON SUN, Wednesday. July 3, 2002 B3 ASSOCIATED PRESS Bartolo Colon paid immediate dividends for the Montreal Expos yesterday by earning a 5-2 decision over the Atlanta Braves. Colon shines in Expos debut By Keith Parsons Associated Press ATLANTA — Bartolo Colon wasn’t too impressed with his first start for the Montreal Expos, but his performance left his new teammates gushing. Colon won in his first start since coming over from Cleveland, and Fernando Tatis hit a go-ahead grand slam as the Expos beat the Atlanta Braves 5-2 last night. Michael Barrett also homered for second-place Montreal, which pulled within 8 1/2 games of the Braves in the NL East. Atlanta lost for just the second time in 13 games. “In the first inning, I felt very nervous, even warming up in the bullpen,” Colon said through an interpreter. “After the first inning, everything went away and it just felt great.” The Indians sent Colon, pitcher Tim Drew and cash to the Expos last week for first baseman Lee Stevens and three minor leaguers. In 16 starts with Cleveland, Colon was 10-4 with a 2.55 ERA and won his last three starts. He didn’t miss a beat in his first appearance ever against Atlanta. Colon gave up two runs in the first — one earned — and then held the Braves scoreless over his final six innings to pick up his first NL victory. “They’re such a good team and they’re playing so well, I knew it wasn’t going to be an easy job,” Colon said. “But other than that, it was another day at work.” The big right-hander appeared to get stronger as the game wore on, throwing a 98 m.p.h. fastball in the seventh inning on his 97th pitch. He allowed just five hits and struck out six. “He’s the most impressive pitcher I’ve ever caught,” Barrett said. “I know that’s going to make some of my boys jealous. I was trying really hard not to smile too much back there. I was so happy.” Scott Stewart came on with two outs in the ninth with a man on first and a 2-0 count to Matt Franco. Wes Helms then came on to pinch hit and Stewart got him to fly out on the first pitch for his I Oth save. “Wow, what can you say?” Stewart said of Colon. “I mean, wow.” Colon got the run support he needed in the sixth when Barrett led off with a solo shot off Damian Moss (4-3). After Colon struck out, Jose Macias singled and moved to second an out later on Vladimir Guerrero’s single, a liner up the middle which sent Moss sprawling on the mound. Wil Cordero walked, setting up Tatis’ sixth career grand slam. It was the second homer in two nights for Tatis, and both were fly balls that carried just beyond the wall in right field. Moss had cruised through the first five innings, giving up only one hit and facing one more than the minimum before unravelling in the sixth. “I looked at the replay, and it was where I wanted it,” he said of the pitch to Tatis “I don’t think he should have hit it out. I think a lot of guys were sitting on my changeup but I thought if I threw it where I wanted it, I could still get them out.” Baseball Local Links = Tennis AMERICAN LEAGUE_ East Division W    L    Pct    GB New York    51    31    .622    — Boston    49    31    .613    I Baltimore    38    41    .481    11    1/2 Toronto    33    48    .407    17    1/2 Tampa Bay    28    52    .350    22 Central Division W    L    Pct    GB Minnesota    47    36    .566    — Chicago    41    42    .494    6 Cleveland    37    44    .457    9 Kansas City    31    48    .392    14 Detroit    27    53    .338    18    1/2 West Division W    L    Pct    GB Seattle    52    30    .634 Anaheim    47    33    .588    4 Oakland    46    36    .561    6 Texas    36    45    .444    15    1/2 Tuesday Results Boston 2-6 Toronto 1-4 Chicago White Sox 17 Detroit 9 N.Y. Yankees IO Cleveland 5 Texas 3 Tampa Bay I Baltimore at Anaheim N Kansas City at Seattle N Minnesota at Oakland N Wednesday Games Toronto (Halladay 9-4) at Boston (Burkett 7-3),6:05 p.m. Cleveland (Sabathia 6-6) at N.Y. Yankees (D.Wells 8-5),6:05 p.m. Detroit (Sparks 3-8) at Chicago White Sox (Glover 3-3), 7:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (P.Wilson 2-6) at Texas (Valdes 5-6), 7:05 p.m. Baltimore (Erickson 3-7) at Anaheim (Washburn 8-2), 9:05 p.m. Minnesota (Santana 3-1) al Oakland (Mulder 9-4), 9:05 p.m. Kansas City (Asencio l l) at Seattle (Pineiro 8-3), 9:05 p.m. TUESDAY LINESCORES First Game Toronto 000000100—    1    6    0 Boston 00000020X—    2    6    0 Carpenter, Eyre (L,2-4)(7), Cassidy (7), Politte (8) and lluckaby, TWilson (9); Wakefield, Banks (W,2-0)(7), Embree (S,I )(8) and Mirabelli. Second Game Toronto 000000310 —    4    9    0 Boston 300030OOx—    6    7    0 MiSmith (L,0-3), Thurman (5), Heredia (7) and TWilson; SKim (W,2-0), Garces (7), Haney (7), Embree (S,2)(9) and Varitek. HR: Tor — JoCruz (12). Cleveland 300000002—    5    7    I N.Y. Yankees OOO30070x—    IO    9    I Drese, Rincon (L,0-3)(7), Wohlers (7), HMurray (7), Riggan (7), Paronto (8) and F.Diaz; Clemens, Mendoza (W,6-2)(6), Stanton (8), Choate (9), Karsay (9) and Posada. HRs: Cle — Lawton (9), Thome (25); NYY —Posada (14). Tampa Bay 000001000—    I    3    I Texas OUlOOOOx—    3    9    I Sturtze (I.,I-9) and Flaherty; Rogers (W,9-4), Rocker (8), Irabu (S,15)(9) and IRodriguez. HRs: TB — McCarty (2); Tex — (Gonzalez (5), RPalmeiro (18). Detroit 301000104—    9    13    2 Chi Sox 21040127X—    17    16    0 Bernero (L.2-4), Lima (5), Henriquez (7), Paniagua (8), JFarnsworth (8) and Inge; Ritchie (W.5-10), Marte (8), Howry (9) and SAIomar. HRs: Del — Easley (4), DYoung 2 (7), Pick (ll), Magee (6), Lombard (l);ChW — Lofton (4),Ordonez 2(15), Valentin (ll), SAIomar 2 (6). LATE MONDAY Kansas City 000000000 —    0    5    3 Seattle 33001000x—    7    9    0 May (L.2-5), KWilson (5) and Mayne; Moyer (W.8-3) and DWilson. HRs: Sea — BBoone (12), ((Martinez (3). Minnesota 101100200 —    5    14    0 Oakland 030100000—    4    ll    I l.ohse, Rodriguez (4), Romero (W,4- 1)(6), Hawkins (7), Guardado (S,25)(9) and Pierzynski; Harang, Venafro (L,2- 2)(6), Mccir (7), Koch (9) and GMyers, Raflernandez (9). HR: Oak — Mabry (3). NATIONAL LEAGUE_ East Division W    L    Pct    GB Atlanta    52    31    .627    — Montreal    43    39    .524    8    1/2 Florida    43    40    .518    9 New York    41    41    .500    10    1/2 Philadelphia    37    44    .457    14 Central Division W    L    Pct    GB St. Louis    44    36    .550    — Cincinnati    44    38    .537    I Houston    37    44    .457    7    1/2 Pittsburgh    36    46    .439    9 Chicago    33    48    .407    ll    1/2 Milwaukee    31    52    .373    14    1/2 West Division W    L    Pct    GB Los Angeles    51    31    .622    — Arizona    48    33    .593    2    1/2 San Francisco    46    35    .568    4    1/2 Colorado    39    44    .470    12    1/2 San Diego    34    50    .405    18 Tuesday Results Montreal 5 Atlanta 2 Florida 9 Chicago Cubs 7 Houston 6 Cincinnati 5(10 ings) Milwaukee 12 Pittsburgh 6 N.Y. Mets 12 Philadelphia 6 St. Louis 11 San Diego 5 San Francisco at Colorado N Los Angeles at Arizona N Wednesday Games Montreal (Amias Jr. 8-7) at Atlanta (Maddux 7-2),6:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Sheets 4-9) at Pittsburgh (Fogg 8-6),6:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Wood 7-5) at Florida (Dempster 5-7),6:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (D’Amico 4-7) at Philadelphia (Wolf 4-6),6:05 p.m. Houston (Oswalt 8-5) at Cincinnati (Reitsma 3-6), 6:10 p.m. San Diego (Lawrence 7-4) at St. Louis (Simontacchi 6-1),7:10 p.m. San Francisco (L.Hernandez 6-9) at Colorado (Jennings 8-4), 8:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Ashby 7-6) at Arizona (Batista 4-5), 9:05 p.m. TUESDAY LINESCORES Montreal    000005000 —    5    8    2 Atlanta    200000000 —    2    6    0 Colon (W.1-0), Tucker (8), ScStewart (S,10)(9) and Barrett; Moss (L.4-3), Gryboski (8), I.igtenberg (9) and (Lopez. HRs: Mil — Tatis (ll), Barrett (8). Chi Cubs    000230002 —    7    ll    3 Florida    21111030x—    9    13    I l.ieber (L.6-5), (uCruz (6), Gordon (8) and Hundley; Penny, Neal (W,2-0)(5), Almanza (7), Looper (8), VNunez (9) and CJohnson. HRs: Che — SSosa (28), McGriff (15); Fla — Lowell (14), Floyd (18). Milwaukee    500011050—    12    18    I Pittsburgh    200000112—    6    9    0 Quevedo (W.4-6), de los Santos (7), Dejean (9) and Machado; (Anderson (L,6-9), Sl.owe (I), Lincoln (6), Villone (8), Sauerbeck (9) and Kendall, CWilson (9). HRs: Pgh — Hyzdu (I), (Wilson (I), KYoung (9), ANunez (I). N.Y. Mets    320010006—    12    15    I Philadelphia 201 OOI 002 —    6    ll    I Astacio (W.8-3), Strickland (7), Guthrie (8), TWalker (9) and Piazza; Adams (L,4-6), Cormier (6), Coggin (7), (Santiago (9), Nickle (9) and Lieberthal. HRs: Pha — l.edee (3), Burrell (20), Rolen (12). Houston 203000000 I —    6    IO    0 CincinnatiOl 1102000 0 —    5    15    I (IO ings) WMiller, Borbon (6), Stone (7), Dotel (W,5-3)(8), Wagner (S,14)( IO) and Ausmus; Hamilton, BChen (5), GWhite (7), Graves (L,3-2)(9) and LaRue. HRs: Hou — Bergman 2 (27); Gin — Dunn (16). San Diego 100130000—    5    ll    I St. Louis 24000500X—    ll    12    0 larvis (L.2-4),Cyr (4), RMyers (6),Holtz (8) and WGonzalez; BuSmith, Crudale (W,I-0)(5), Timlin (6), MMatthews (9) and Matheny. HRs: StL — Polanco (5), Edmonds (16), Pujols (18). NORTHERN LEAGUE_ First Half Central North Division W    L    Pct.    GB Winnipeg    23    15    .605    — Fargo-Moorhead 20    16    .556    2 Duluth-Superior    18    18    .500    4 Sioux Falls    17    19    .472    5 St. Paul    14    22    .389    8 Southern Division W    L    Pct.    GB Sioux City    21    15    .583    — Lincoln    20    16    .556    I Joliet    18    18    .500    3 Schaumburg    16    21    .432    5    1/2 Gary    14    21    .400    6    1/2 East North Division W    L    Pct.    GB Quebec    24    13    .649    — Adirondack    21    16    .568    3 Albany-Colonie    17    20    .459    7 Berkshire    12    26    .316    12    1/2 Southern Division W    L    Pct.    GB New Jersey    25    12    .676    — Elmira    20    17    .541    5 Brockton    18    20    .474    7    1/2 Allentown    12    25    .324    13 Tuesday Results Brockton 5 Quebec 4(10 ings) Winnipeg 7 Schaumburg 2 Adirondack IO Berkshire I Albany-Colonie 5 Allentown I Elmira 5 New Jersey 4 Sioux City 9 Sioux Falls 2 (1st gm) Sioux Falls at Sioux City (2nd gm) N Gary Southshore at Fargo-Moorhead N Lincoln at Duluth-Superior N St. Paul at Joliet N Wednesday Games Adirondack at Berkshire Allentown at Albany-Colonie Brockton at Quebec Gary Southshore at Fargo-Moorhead Lincoln at Duluth-Superior New Jersey at Elmira Schaumburg at Winnipeg Sioux Falls at Sioux City St. Paul at Joliet NHL FREE AGENT SIGNINGS NEW YORK (CP) — Unrestricted free agents who have signed NHI. contracts, with team, player, position, 2001-02 club and terms in U.S.dollars (if available): Anaheim — Adam Oates, C, Philadelphia, one year, $3.5-mi!lion (plus $3.5-million option). Calgary - Martin Gelinas, F, Carolina. Detroit — Curtis Joseph, G, Calgary, three years, $24 million (plus option). N.Y. Rangers — Bobby Holik, C, New Jersey, five years, $45 million; Darius Kasparaitis, I),Colorado,six years, $27 million. Toronto: Ed Belfour, G, Nashville, two years, $13.5 million. Washington — Robert Fang, C, Pittsburgh, five years, $25 million. TAURUS LEGENDS Interclub Best Ball BASEBALL ATP/WTA TOUR — ^ Sport Select mm PRO-LINE ODDS Tuesday Results Souris Legion 20 at Glen Lea Falcons 16 Matt Hrabachuk and Reg Lang, Souris (70) def. Frank Stouffer and Cord Albertson,Glen Lea (73) 101/2-7 1/2. Earl Will and Joe O’Greysik, Souris (71) def. Glenn Lamb and Larry Couling, Glen Lea (72)9 1/2-8 1/2. Glenboro 19 at Neepawa 17 Harry Parsonage and Darwin Richmond, Glenboro (76) def. Herb Osmond and Barry McLachlan, Neepawa (78) 10-8. Roy Wallace and Bruce Anderson, Glenboro (82) tied Art Harris and Barry Hutchinson, Neepawa (83) 9-9. Shilo A at Canadian Tire 16 At Wheat City G.C. John Armstrong and Ham Choy, Shilo (74) tied Norm Hemstad and Tom Town, Canadian Tire (74) 9-9. Andre Brichon and Phil Hall, Shilo (74) def. Rudy Stritz and Jim Lapka, Canadian Tire (79) 11-7. Shilo B 19 1/2 at Souris Pepsi 16 1/2 Jake DeGroot and Rollie MacKay, Shilo (70) def. Ken Sabad and Don Jackson, Souris (74) 11-7. Rob Balbar and Chuck MacArthur, Shilo (72) def. Wayne Baliski and Vern Coulter, Souris (73) 9 1/2 - 8 1/2. Glen Lea Eagles 19 at Carberry 17 Malcolm McDonald and Jim Snaith, Carberry (79) def. Lew Stouffer and Cord Burgess, Glen Lea (80) 9 1/2-8 1/2. Keith Watt and Clare Colquhoun, Glen Lea (74) def. Garth Haubrick and Larry Anderson, Carberry (77) 10 1/2-71/2. Minnedosa Jazz 18 1/2 at Minnedosa Legion 17 1/2 Carry Garbolinsky and Bill Lonsdale, Jazz (76) def. Bill Moffatt and Duane Lancaster, Legion (78) 10-8. Wilt Taylor and Wayne Forsythe, Legion (74) def. Terry Buchanan and Mel Harvey, Jazz (75) 9 1/2 -8 1/2. Transactions= LONDON (AP) — Results Tuesday at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships (seedings in parentheses): Men Singles Fourth Round Xavier Malissc (27), Belgium, def. Greg Rusedski (23), Britain, 3-6,6-3,3-6,6-3,6-4. Mark Philippoussis, Australia, is even with Richard Krajicek, Netherlands, 7-6 (2),6-7 (4),7-6 (I),6-7 (5),susp.,rain. Doubles Quarter-finals Donald Johnson and Jared Palmer (I), U.S., def. Martin Damm and Cyril Suk (7), Czech Republic, 7-6 (2),6-4,6-4. David Prinosil, Germany, and David Rikl (8), Czech Republic, are even with Mark Knowles, Bahamas, and Daniel Nestor (2), Toronto, I -1, susp., rain. Jonas Bjorkman, Sweden, and Todd Woodbridge (5), Australia, def. Mahesh Bhupathi, India, and Max Mirnyi (3), Belarus, 6-2,6-3,6-4. Bob and Mike Bryan (6), U.S., def. Andrew FTorent and David Macpherson, Australia, 7-6 (6), 7-5,3-6,6-0. Women Singles Fourth Round Jennifer Capriati (3), U.S., def. Eleni Daniilidou, Greece, 6-1,3-6,6-1. Quarter-finals Venus Williams (I), U.S., def. Elena Likhovtseva, Russia, 6-2,6-0. Justine Henin (6), Belgium, def. Monica Seles (4), U.S., 7-5,7-6 (4). Doubles Third Round Lisa Raymond, U.S., and Rennae Stubbs (I), Australia, def. Conchita Martinez, Spain, and Mary Pierce, France, 6-3, 7-6 (5). Anna Kournikova, Russia, and Chanda Rubin, U.S., def. Janet Lee, Taiwan, and Wynne Prakusya (ll),Indonesia,6-2,6-2. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 Game Vis Hm V BBL I    NYK    PHI    1.90 BBL 2    CLE    NY    2.45 BBL 3    MIL    PIT    1.90 BBL 4    MTL    ATL    2.45 BBL 5    HOU    CIN    1.55 BBL 6    TOR    BOS    1.90 BBL 7    CHG    FLA    1.75 BBL 8    DET    CHI    2.15 BBL 9    SD    STL    2.15 BBL IO    TB    TEX    2.30 BBL 11    SF    COL    1.60 BBL 12    KC    SEA    2.65 BBL 13    LA    ARZ    1.75 BBL 14    BAL    ANA    2.15 BBL 15    MIN    OAK    2.30 FTB21 MTL TOR 1.55 POINT SPREAD T    H    O/U -    1.55    8.5 -    1.30    8.5 -    1.55    8.5 -    1.30    7.5 -    1.90    8.5 -    1.55    8.5 -    1.65    8.5 -    1.40    10.5 -    1.40    8.5 -    1.35    10.5 -    1.80    12.5 -    1.25    8.5 -    1.65    8.5 -    1.40    8.5 -    1.35    8.5 3.95    3.60    49.5 WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 Game    Vis    Hm    V    H BBL I    NYK    PHI    -0.5 BBL 2    CLE    NY    -1.5 BBL 3    MIL    PIT    -0.5 BBL 4    MTL    ATL    -1.5 BBL 5    HOU    CIN -0.5 BBL 6    TOR    BOS    -0.5 BBL 7    CHG    PLA    -0.5 BBL 8    DET    CHI    -1.5 BBL 9    SD    STL    -1.5 BBL IO    TB    TEX    -1.5 BBL 11    SF    COL -0.5 BBL 12    KC    SEA    -1.5 BBL 13    LA    ARZ    -0.5 BBL 14    BAL    ANA    -1.5 BBL 15    MIN    OAK    -1.5 FTB21    MTL TOR    -6.5 • In the event of a discrepancy between this information and the official info from Western Canada Lottery Corporation, the latter shall prevail. On HL CK - TODAY American League BOSTON RED SOX—Placed 2B Carlos Baerga on the 15-day disabled list. Purchased the contract of RUP Wayne Gomes from Pawtucket of the International League. Waived LHP Darren Oliver. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Activated 2B Ricky Gutierrez from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned INF Bill Selby to Buffalo of the International League. TEXAS RANGERS—Activated OF Carl Everett from the 15-day disabled list. TORONTO BLUE JAYS—Recalled C Josh Phelps and RHP Mike Smith from Syracuse of the International League. Optioned RHP Justin Miller to Syracuse. National League CHICAGO CUBS—Activated RHP Tom Gordon from the 60-day disabled list. FLORIDA MARLINS—Activated RHP Brad Penny from the 15-day disabled list. HOUSTON ASTROS—Placed LHP Carlos Hernandez on the 15-day disabled list. NEW YORK METS—Placed RUP Steve Trachsel on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to July I. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES—Signed RUP Zach Segovia and RHP Scott Mathieson. PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Purchased the contract of OF Adam Hyzdu from Nashville of the PCL. Assigned OF Adrian Brown outright to Nashville. BASKETBALL__ National Basketball Association PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Signed C F.fthimios Rentzias. FOOTBALL______ Canadian Football League B.C. Lions—Released WR Darrick Branch and DL Patrick Bradford. National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS—Signed WR Darrin Chiaverini. CINCINNATI BENGALS—Agreed to terms with WR Michael Westbrook on a three-year contract. ST. LOUIS RAMS—Agreed to terms with RB Lamar Gordon on a four-year contract. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS—Waived DB Ontei Jones and WR Brian llaugabrook. HOCKEY__ National Hockey league ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS—Resigned D Vitaly Vishnevski. CALGARY    FLAMES—Signed EW Martin Gelinas. CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS—Re signed G Steve Passmore. COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS— Signed RW Tim Jackman to a multiyear contract. DALLAS STARS—Signed I) Philippe Boucher to a four-year contract. DETROIT RED WINGS—Signed G Curtis Joseph to a three-year contract. NEW YORK RANGERS—Signed I) Darius Kasparaitis to a six-year contract. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS—Signed C Ian MacNeil. TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS— Agreed to terms with ti Ed Belfour on a two-year contract. Western Hockey League KOOTENAY ICE—Named Cory Clouston coach. East Division GP W    L    TOTL    F    A    P Hamilton    I    I    0    0    0    27    15    2 Montreal    I    I    0    0    0    27    20    2 Ottawa    I    0    I    0    I    27    30    I Toronto    I    0    I    0    0    15    39    0 West Division CP W    L    TOTL    F    A    P Winnipeg    I    I    0    0    0    39    15    2 Edmonton    I    I    0    0    0    27    21    2 Saskatchewan I I    0    0 0    30    27    2 Calgary    I    0    I    0    0    21    27    0 B.C.    2    0    2    0    0    35    54    0 Note: Teams losing in overtime are awarded one point; the CFL includes overtime losses in the loss column. 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. Baseball Santa Clara — Plumas at Minnedosa, 7 p.m. Carberry at Neepawa, 7 p.m. Arden at Cypress River, 7 p.m. Southwest — Hamiota at Virden, 7:30 p.m. Hockey Sports Excellence AAA Challenge — Male players born from 1984-1987. Games ail day at Kinsmen, Optimist and Sportsplex arenas. THURSDAY Sportlitk t = July 3 1905 — Marvin Hart wins the vacant world heavyweight title with a 12th-round knockout of Jack Root in the final bout of an elimination tournament in Reno, Nev. James Jeffries had retired in March, leaving the title vacant. 1912 — Rube Marquard of the New York Giants runs his season record to 19-0 with a 2-1 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers. His winning streak ends five days later against the Chicago Cubs. 1931 — Max Schmeling knocks out Young Stribling at 2:46 of the 15th round to retain the world heavyweight title in Cleveland. 1989 — Open Mind becomes the seventh horse to win thoroughbred racing’s Triple Crown for fillies when she is placed first after Nite of Fun is disqualified for bearing in during the stretch of the Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park. 1995 — Noureddine Morceli of Algeria sets the world record for 2,000 meters at the Paris Gaz de France Grand Prix meet with a time of 4 minutes, 47.88 seconds. The previous record was 4:50.81 by Said Aouita in 1987. Baseball Houstons Senior B/Southwe*t — Simplot vs. Huggy’s at Kinsmen Stadium, 7 p.m. Souris vs. Expos at Westbran Stadium, 6:30 p.m. Souris vs. Sports Excellence, 8:30 p.n. Fastball    — Brandon Commercial Men’s — National Exchange vs. Mavericks, 7:15 p.m. Native Sons vs. Barnacles, 7:15 p.m. All games at Curran Park Soccer West man Womens — Freedom at Minnedosa, 7:30 p.m. Brandon Senior Men’s — Royals vs. Arsenal at Canada Games Park, 7 p.m. Kickers vs. Fury at Optimist Park, 7 p.m. Rangers vs. Hotspur at Neepawa, 7:30 p.m. Hockey Sports Excellence AAA Challenge — Male players born from 1984-1987. Games all day at Kinsmen, Optimist and Sportsplex arenas. 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