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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 4, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba Sports ScoreboardBRANDON SUN, Thursday, July 4, 2002 B3 DARRELL NESBITT On The Rail Manitbans faring well in CCA standings Hitting mid-stream in the season, Manitobans, including youngsters by the names of Zane Lambert, David Mantei, Jenna Slater, Ashley Scott, Jack Ketel, Justin Hogue and veterans, Kerry Maynes, Rochelle Boyes and Ryan Guest, are holding their own within the Canadian Cowboys Association. Hailing from Westbourne, Lambert, who reaped a Finals Buckle at the 2002 MHSRA Finals in bull riding, sat in fourth spot in junior steer riding while Ketel of Pine River, who only added bareback to his repertoire this spring, was found in the third spot in amateur bareback as of June 27. Heading into rodeos at Rockglen, Arcola and Sturgis, Sask., this past weekend, Brandon's Mantei and Hogue of Eriksdale were within the top five money earners in bull riding, Slater of Virden was fifth in junior barrel racing, and Scott led all rookies. With over $5,000 in winnings thus far, Guest, who will be portraying the cowboy lifestyle in his hometown of Roblin on Aug. 17 and 18, led all steer wrestling competitors. Maynes, of Decker, sat in the number two spot in ladies barrel racing, behind Rebecca Beebe of Big River, Sask., while fellow Westman competitor, Boyes of Souris followed Maynes by less than $100. Dual approved CCA/MRCA upcoming dates, all within Saskatchewan, are Maryfield - July 5/6, Sheho - July 6/7, Moosomin -July 12/13, Manor - July 13/14, and Minton - July 19/20. Gilbert Plains, Austin and Swan River will host dual approved action as well on the dates of July 20/21, July 24-27, and July 26-28 respectively. • • • • • After an unparalleled 14-year career in professional rodeo and bull riding, Ty Murray, a.k.a. "The King of the Cowboys" announced his retirement back in May. The nine-time Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) world champion, is leaving the arena at the top of his game with more than $3 million in career earnings. The youngest cowboy millionaire in rodeo history, a feat he accomplished at 23, Murray was inducted into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame in 2000. Today, at the age of 32, he feels he doesn't have the drive to continue b; career in competing at the highest level, and if he can't compete at the highest level he's not interested. Murray's plans include spending more time at home on Stephenville, Texas, ranch he bought with rodeo and bull riding earnings. As a Professional Bull Rider (PBR) founding member and director, he will maintain his active role in the management and growth of the PBR. Murray will also continue to support the prosperity of professional rodeo in various capacities. • • • • • Did you know approximately 22 million spectators attend PRCA rodeos each year, ranking rodeo as the seventh most popular sport. Baseball is number one, attracting 122.1 million spectators. Darrell Nesbitt is a freelance writer. Propane Refills ‘Tools • Bobcats Excavator For Rent Propane Refills ‘9.95/20 lb tank J H I J j g J* 393 Park Avenue E /* iHIff    729-8267 Toll Frtt 1 -Ut-777-2700 Equipment Rental Transactions MSBL BASEBALL National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Placed RUP Todd Stottlemyre on the 15-day disabled list.retroactiveto June27. Recalled RUP Ink Sabel from Tucson of the PCL. CINCINNATI REDS—Placed RUP Luis Pineda on the 15-day disabled list. FLORIDA MARLINS—Signed INF Daniel Ortiz and assigned him to Kane County of the Midwest League. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Placed OF Marvin Bcnard on the 15 day disabled list. Recalled OF Tom Goodwin from Fresno of the PCL. Northern League WINNIPEG GOLDEYES- Released C Derrick Jones. BASKETBALL ________ National Basketball Association LOS ANGELES LAKERS—Signed F Kareetn Rush. MIAMI HEAT—Signed F Caron Butler. HOCKEY____________ National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES—Re signed F Rob Ray. DALLAS S TARS—Re-signed 1) Sami Ilelenius. Agreed to terms with RW Aaron Downey and D Alexei Komarov. DETROIT RED WINGS- Re signed I) Chris (’helios to a two-year contract. FLORIDA PANTHERS—Traded C |ason Wiemer to the New York Islanders for I) Branislav Mczei. MINNESOTA WILD—Signed RW Bill Muckalt to a multiyear con tract. W I. T E A P x-Brandon 14 4 0 96 57 28 Baldur IO 6 I 113 69 21 Ora Dental 9 6 I 108 86 19 Birlie 9 7 I 74 56 19 Neepawa 5 ll 2 75 91 12 Oak River 5 ll 0 72 115 IO Killarney 4 ll I 62 117 9 Friday Games Brandon vs. Oak River at Westbran Stadium, 7 p.m. Ora Dental at Killarney,7 p.m. =Local Diamonds= SOUTHWEST SENIOR W I. T p Souris Cardinals 7 I 0 14 Reston Rockets 6 3 0 12 Melita Beavers 5 5 I ll Virden Oilers 4 5 0 8 llamiota Red Sox 3 4 0 6 Deloraine Royals 2 5 I 5 l.yleton Leafs 2 6 I 5 NHL SportSelect HOCKEY NEWS AWARDS_____ NHI. MVP Jarome Iginla, Calgary Player of the Year Jarome Iginla,Calgary Rookie of the Year Dany Heatley, Atlanta Defcnceman of the Year Chris (’helios, Detroit Goalie of the Year Jose Theodore, Montreal Playoff MVP Nicklas Lids!rom, Detroit Coach of the Year Scotty Bowman, Detroit Executive of the Year lint Rutherford, Carolina Minor Pro Coach Steve Stirling, Bridgeport Minor Pro Prospect Jam Rita, Hamilton Major Junior Player Brad Boyes, Erie PRO-LINE ODDS Local Links MANITOBA GOLF ASSOCIATION MEN’S AMATEUR QUALIFYING at Shilo, par 71 TUESDAY Leaders and Westman Qualifiers Say Thavison, Minnewasta Russell Wiebe, Minnewasta David Milligan, St. Boniface Bobby Purvis, Wheat City Steven Martens, Wheat City Brad Palmer, Wheat City Chanse Robertson, Wheat City Bob Chapman, Killarney Cole Plaetinck, Glenboro R. Martens, Wheat City Blair Hrabarchuk, Dauphin Mike Pernarowski, Dauphin David Glenn, Deer Ridge THURSDAY, JULY 4 Game Vis lim MIL CIN CLE NY TOR BOS MTL PHI HOU PIT NYK FUA SF ARZ LA STL MIN SEA BBL IO CHG ATL BBL 11 DFT CHI BBL 12 TB TEX BBL 13 BAL ANA BBL 14 KC OAK ETB 22 OTT EOM POINT SPREAD BBL I BBL 2 BBL 3 BBL 4 BBL 5 BBL 6 BBL 7 BBL B BBL 9 V 2.45    - 2.45 - 2.45 -1.95 - 1.65 - 1.50 - 1.65 1.50 - 2.65 - 2.30 - 2.30    - 2.15    - 2.30    - 2.30 -6.25 5.50 T H O/U 1.30 1.30 1.30 1.50 1.75 1.95 1.75 1.95 1.25 1.35 1.35 1.40 10.5 1.35 8.5 1.35 9.5 LIO 48.5 THURSDAY, JULY 4 Game Vis lim V ll BBL I Mil. CIN 1.5 BBL 2 CLE NY 1.5 36-38 — 74 BBL 3 TOR BOS -1.5 39-37 76 BBL I MTL Pill -0.5 41-38 79 BBL 5 HOU PIT 0.5 42-38 — 80 BBL 6 NYK FFA -0.5 44 39 83 BBL 7 SI ARZ -0.5 43-40 83 BBL 8 LA STL -0.5 44-40 - 84 BBL 9 MIN SEA 1.5 44-40 84 BBL IO CHG ATE 1.5 46-38 — 84 BBL ll DEF CHI 1.5 43-41 84 BBL 12 TB TEX -1.5 40-44 — 84 BBL 13 BAF ANA 1.5 45-40 — 85 BBL 14 KC OAK -1.5 ETB 22 OTT FDM 13.5 Hockey • In the event of a discrepancy between this information and the official info from Western Canada Lottery Corporation, the latter shall prevail. SPORTS EXCELLENCE AAA CHALLENGE at Kinsmen, Optimist and Sportsplex arenas. 1987 age group Northern 12 Montana Team One I Westman 16 Predators 3 Minnesota 87s 14 Montana Team Two I Minnesota Star/ 12 Montana Team One 5 Westman 6 Northern 5 Man. l ightning IO Predators 4 1986 age group Brandon 3 Man. Panthers I Predators 7 Man. Lightning Bolts 5 Minnesota 9 Montana I Brandon I Main Street 2 Midget Northwest 6 Montana 0 Phoenix 3 North Dakota 0 Man. Wheat Kings 5 Prairie Storm 2 New Jersey 7 Twin Ports 2 Man. Panthers 7 Team Manitoba I Wpg Wolfpack 9 Predators 3 ATP/WTA TOUR Baseball Before July 4 1905 The Philadelphia Athletics scored two runs in the 20th inning, giving Rube Waddell a 4-2 victory over Cv Young of the Boston Red Sox. Both pitchers went the distance. Young did not allow a walk. 1925 Two of the great let! handers ol their time Herb Pennock of the Yankees and Lefty Grove of the Athletics hooked up in a pitcher’s duel that New York won I O in 15 innings. Pennock gave up only four hits and walked none. LONDON (AP) Results Wednesday at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships (seedings in parentheses): Men Singles Fourth Round Richard Krajicek, Netherlands,del. Mark Philippoussis, Australia, 6-7 (2), 7-6 (4), 6-7(1), 7-6 (5), 6-4. Quarter-finals Tim Henman (4), Britain, leads Andre Sa, Brazil,6-3,susp„ rain. Doubles Quarter-finals David Prinosil,Germany,and David Rikl (8), Czech Republic, are even with Mark Knowles, Bahamas,and Daniel Nestor (2), Toronto, I I,susp.,rain. Women Singles Quarter-finals Senna Williams (2), U.S., del. Daniel.! Hantuchova (ll), Slovakia, 6-3,62. Amelie Mauresmo (9), France, del. Jennifer Capriati (3), U.S.,6-3,6-2. Sportlieht July 4 1910 jack Johnson knocks out Jim Jeffries in the 15th round at Reno, Nev., to retain the world heavyweight title and spoil Jeffries’comeback. 1912 — Jack Johnson decisions Fireman Jim Flynn at Las Vegas to retain the world heavyweight title. 1914 The Harvard eight wins the Grand Challenge Cup to become the first U.S. crew to win the top event at the Henley Royal Regatta. 1919 — Jack Dempsey wins the world heavyweight title at Toledo, Ohio, when Jess Willard lads to answer the bell for the fourth round. 196-1 Maria Bueno of Brazil upsets Margaret Smith of Australia 6-4, 7-9, 6-3 for the women's title at Wimbledon. 1973 Riva Ridge, carrying 127 pounds, sets a U.S. record of 1:52 3-5 tor I 3-16 miles at Aqueduct. 1982 Jimmy Connors beats John McEnroe 3-6,6-3, 6-7,7-6,6-4 in the longest men's championship match — lour hours 16 minutes at Wimbledon. 1987 Martina Navratilova wins her eighth Wimbledon singles title and sixth straight, beating Steffi Graf 7-5,6-3. 1999 Pete Sampras beats Andre Agassi lo capture Ins sixth Wimbledon title and tie Roy Emerson’s record with his 12th Grand Slam championship. Sampras is the first man in the Open era with six Wimbledon titles. CK East Division CP W L TOIL F    A    P Montreal 2    2 OOO    55    32    4 Hamilton I    IOO 0    27    15    2 Ottawa    I    0    I    0    I    27    30    I Toronto    2    0    2    0    I)    27    67    I) West Division GP W I. TOTL F    A    I’ Winnipeg    1    1    0    0    0    39    15    2 Edmonton    I    I    0    0    0    27    21    2 Saskatchewan I    IOO 0    30    27    2 Calgary    I    0    I    (I    0    21    27    0 RC.    2    0    2    0    0    35,    54    0 Note: learns losing in overtime are awarded one point; the CFI. includes overtime losses in the loss column. WEEK 2 BYE:B.C Wednesday Result Montreal 28 Ibronto 12 'Thursday Game Ottawa at Edmonton,8p.m.(TSN) Friday Games I lam ikon al Winnipeg, 7:30 p.m. (TSN) Calgary at Saskatchewan,8:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY SUMMARY Md. 28 at Tor. 12 First Quarter Mil I G Baker 30 12:51 Second Quarter Tor EG Prefontaine 21 1:19 Tor — Safety Baker conceeds 6:05 Mil — TD Cahoon 53 pass from Calvillo (Baker convert) 13:10 Third Quarter Mil —FC, Baker 18 3:17 Mtl TD Phillips I mn (Baker convert) 14:18 Fourth Quarter Fir - TD Mitchell 9 pass from Bishop (Prefontaine convert) 6:54 Mtl    Single Baker 62 11:28 Mtl    ll) Strickland 26 fumble    return (Baker convert) 12:01 Montreal    3    7    IO    8    —    28 Toronto    0    5    0    7    -    12 Attendance - 21,175. YARDSTICKS First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Total offence learn losses Net offence I’,esses made-tried Return-vards Tor 14 144 Mil 23 183 241    ISI 424    29.5 34    55 390    240 19-28    11-22 237    186 Intercepts yards by    1-0    (FO FumblesTost    3-2    4-2 Sacks by    5    I Punts-average    4 37.8    7-19.1 IVnaltics yards    8-68    14-141 Time of possession    33:25    26:35 Net offence is yards passing, plus yards rushing, minus team losses such ;is yards lost on broken plays. Individual Rushing: Mil    Phillips 15-90, Calvillo 5 51, Pringle 8-42: Tor — Zanders 14-64, Bishop 6-57,Daniels I-24,Turner I minus I. Receiving: Mtl - Gaboon 3-80,1 laskms 3- 54, Lapointe 4-33, Newcombe 5-35, Grant 2-30, Woodcock 2-12; Tor Plummer 2-81, Davis 7-49, Mitchell 2-21. Passing: Mtl    Calvillo 19 28,241 yds, I TDs, 0 bits; Tor    Jackson 1-2-9-0-0, Bishop IO 20-112 l l. OtCTap Tennis =■ TODAY Baseball Houstons Senior B/Southwest Simplot vs I luggy’s at Kinsmen Stadium, 7 p.m. Souris vs. Expos al Westbran Stadium, 6:30 pan Souris vs. Sports Excellence, 8:30 pal. Fastball Brandon Commercial Men’s National Exchange vs. Mavericks, 7:15 pan. Native Sons vs. Barnacles, 7:15 pan. All games at Curran Park Soccer Westman Womens — Freedom at Minnedosa,7:30 pan. Brandon Senior Men’s Royals vs. Arsenal at Canada Games Park, 7 pan. Kickers vs. Fury at Optimist Park, 7 p.m. Rangers vs. Hotspur al Neepawa, 7:30 pan. Hockey Sports Excellence AAA Challenge Male players born from 1984 1987. Games all day at Keystone Centre, Kinsmen,Optimist and Sportsplex arenas FRIDAY Baseball Manitoba Senior — Brandon vs. Oak River, at Westbran Stadium, 7 pan. Ora Dental at Killarney,7 pan. Santa Clara — Arden at Neepawa,7 pan. Carberry at Minnedoxa,7 pan. Southwest — Souris al Virden, 7:30 pail. Melita al Lyleton, 7:30 pan. Reston at Deloraine, 7:30 p.m. Hockey Sports Excellence A AA Challenge Male players born from 1984-1987. Games all day at Keystone Centre, Kinsmen, Optimist and Sportsplex are nas. Golf Wallace Agencies Mixed Two Ball Open — at Glenboro, 9 a.m., I pan., 5:30 pan shotguns. Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE Fast Division W    L    Pct    GB New YI irk    52    31    .627 Boston    50    31    .617    I Baltimore    39    41    .488    111/2 Toronto    33    49    .402    181/2 Tampa Bay    28    53    .346    23 Central Division W    L    Pct    GB Minnesota    47    37    .560    — Chicago    41    43    .488    6 Cleveland    37    45    .451    9 Kansas City    32    48    .400    13 Detroit    28    53    .346    171/2 West Division W    1.    Pct    GB Seattle    52    31    .627 Anaheim    47    34    .580    4 Oakland    47    36    .566    5 Texas    37    45.    .451    14 1/2 Wednesday Results Boston 5 Toronto 2 NLY. Yankees 11 Cleveland 8 Texas 6 Tampa Iky 5 I let roil 5 Chicago White Sox 4 Baltimore al Anaheim N Minnesota al Oakland N Thursday Games Toronto (Walker 3-0) at Boston (Lowe 11-4), 12:05 p.m. Cleveland (Finley 4-10) at N.Y. Yankees (Mussina 11-3), 12:05p.m. Minnesota (J.Rincon 0-0) at Seattle (Garcia 11-5), 5:35 p.m. Detroit (Sparks 3-8) at Chicago White Sox (Wright 5-8),605 p.m. Tampa Bav (W.AIvarcz 2-2) at Texas (Bell 3 3),705 p.m. Baltimore (Driskill 5-1) at Anaheim (Appier 6-6), 805 p.m. Kansas City (Sedlacek 0-0) at Oakland (ladle 2-7), 8:35 p.m. WEDNESDAY LIN UNCORKS Toronto    100000 100 —    2    ll    4 Boston    OOI OOI 03x —    5    ll    I Halladay, Eyre (7), Mille (1,1 2) (7), Bowles (8) and Huckaby, Fletcher (7); Burkett, (alines (W, I -0) (8), Urbina (S,22) (9) and Yaritek. Cleveland    010 300 130 —    8    14    0 N.Y.Yankees    05001041x—    ll    12    0 Sabathia (1,6-7), Wohlers (7), Rincon (7), Shuey (7), Paronto (8) and EDiaz, F.IVrez (8); Dwells (W,9-5), Karsay (7), Stanton (8), MRivera (S,20) (8) and Posada. HRs: Cle — Thorne (26), Fryman (8); NYY ASoriano (20). Tampa Bay    OOO 101 102 —    5    14    I Texas    400000 011—    6    I!    0 (’Wilson, Colome (1,1 -4) (8) and Flaherty; Valdes,Van Pop|H.) (6), JAB,ire/ (7),(Powell (8), Irabu (9), Rocker (W.2-3) (9) and [Rodriguez. HRs: TB Cox (IO), Grieve (IO); Tex [Rodriguez 2 (5). Detroit    001200101    5    ll    I Chi Sox    (XX) OOO (KH    4    ll    0 Moehler (W.1-0), (Santana (8), JuAcevedo (9),Paniagua (Sd) (9) and luge;(.lover (1,3-4), VKiinter (7), Wunxch (8), Biddle (8), Foulke (9) and MI.Johnson. HRs: Det Trilby (2); ChW Valentin (12),lee (13). LAI L TUESDAY Minnesota    200010000 —    3    8    I Oakland    (XX) 100012—    4    9    0 RRced, M Jackson (8), Romero (8), Guardado (1,1 2)(9) and Prince; Zito, Bradford (W,4-2)(9) and Rallemandez,GMyers (9). HRs: Minn leCroy (3);()ak Millis(2),Saenz (4). Baltimore    OOO IOO 101 —    3    7    0 Anaheim    000000000 —    0    4    0 RLopez (W.7-3), Groom (8), WRoberts (8), Julio (S,17)(9) and GCH; ROrtiz (1,8-6), Schoencwcis (9), Wise (9) and BMolina. HRs: Bal Gibbons 2 (14). Kansas City    010 220002—    7    13    2 Seattle    020003000 —    5    ll    0 Byrd (VV,11-5), RHernandez. (S,14)(9) and Mayne, Hindi (8); RSoriano, Halaula ( I), R hi Hies (7), Sasaki (L,2-3)(9) and DWilson. HRs: Kl MiSweeney (16), I bane/. 2 (8), Tucker ( I); Sea Sierra (11),Cameron (Ll). NATIONAL LEAGUE Fast Division W I. Pct GB Atlanta 53 31 .631 Montreal 43 40 518 91/2 Florida 43 ll .512 IO New York ti 42 .494 II 1/2 Philadelphia 38 Central Division 44 ,163 ll W L Pct GB Si. Duns 45 36 .556 Cincinnati It 39 .530 2 Holist! Ill 38 ll .463 71/2 Pittsburgh 37 46 .446 9 Chicago 34 48 .415 ll 1/2 Milwaukee West Division 31 53 .369 151/2 W I. Pct GB Dis Angeles 52 31 .627 Arizona 48 34 .585 31/2 San l-ranciMo 47 35 .573 4 1/2 I olorado 39 45 164 131/2 San Diego 34 51 HH) 19 Wednesday Results Atlanta 6 Montreal 5 Chicago tubs 6 Florida 2 Pittsburgh 3 Milwaukee I Philadelphia 8 NY. Mels 7 Houston 11 Cincinnati 4 St. louis 4 San Diego I San Francisco al (Colorado N bxs Angeles at Arizona N Thursday Games Milwaukee (Cabrera 4-5) at Cincinnati (Desserts 5-4), 12:15p.m. Montreal (Yoshii 2-2) at I’hiladclphia (Padilla 10-5), 2:05 p.m. Houston (Munro 0-0) at Pittsburgh (Beimel I-2),305 pm. N Y.Mets (Leiter 8-6) at Florida (Tavares6-4), 5:05 pm. San Francisco (Schmidt 4-2) at Arizona (B.Anderson 3-7), 505 pm. Ins Angeles (lshii 11 -4) at St. Louis (T.Smith IO),5:10pm. Chicago Cubs (Prior 2-1) at Atlanta (Marquis 6-4), 6:05 pm. WEDNESDAY LINESCORES Houston    005411000—    11    14    0 Cincinnati    011011000 —    4    9    2 Oswalt (W.9-5), Puffer (7), l.inebrink (8), Mann (9) and Ausmus; Reitsma (1,3-7), I liaison (5), Riedling (9) and CMiller. HRs: Ikiu Biggin (7), Bagwell 2(14). N.Y. Mets    000004 300 —    7    8    0 Philadelphia    010005 11 x—    8    14    I D’Amias, Weathers (6), Cerda (6), Strickland (1,6-5) (7), Guthrie (8) and Piazza; WGlf.CSilva (7), Plesac (W.2-1) (7), Mesa (SJ2) (9) and Lieberthal. HRs: KYM    Piazza 2 (17), Vaughn (IO); l’ha    BAbreu (7), Burrell (21). Chi Cubs    002 010012 —    6    ll    0 Florida    001001000 —    2    4    0 Wood (VV,8-5), Farnsworth (7), Alfonseca (9) and Hundley, Girardi (8); Dempster (1,5-8), Darensbourg (7), Neal (8), Maircna (9) and Redmond. HR Che McGritf (16). Montreal    100 001 120 —    5    7    I Atlanta    00003! OI I —    6    IO    2 Armas Jr., Eischen (6), DSmith (6), Tucker (7), Brower (1,3-1) (9) and Barrett; Maddux, Gryboski (7), Remlinger (7), Cllammond (8), Smoltz (VV,I-2) (9) anil Blanai, Jlxipez (9).HR All — MFrunco (5). San Diego    010000 000—    I    5    0 St.Louis    000 200 tlx—    4    5    0 Lawrence (1,7-5), Fikac (7), Hoffman (8) and W( ionzalez, I ampkin (7); Simontacchi (W,7-1), Kline (7), Veres (8), Isringhausen (S,18) (9) and Matheny. HRs: SD Cant (7); StL — TMartinez (IO). LATE TUESDAY San Francisco 820 201 311 —    18    23    0 Colorado    110010200 —    5    ll    0 RJensen (W.8-6) and BSantiago, Tbrrealba (8); Neagle (1,4-6), Stark (3), Nichting (6), DReyes (8), RiYVhite (9) and Bennett. HRs: SF DaBdl (13), R Sander, 2 (IO), DMinor 2 (8), Shinin 2 (7); (ail Butler (4), LWalker (19), Uribe (3). Los Angeles    100003 211 —    8    7    0 Arizona    (XX) (XX) OOO—    0    4    2 Daal (VV,7-3), (arrara (6), Mota (9) and Lo Duca, Ross (9); Helling (1,76), Kopkwe (6), M Myers (7), Swindell (8) and DMiUer. HRs: LA lol Rica (5), Karros (9), Iz.turis (I). NORTHERN LEAGUE_ First Half Central North Division WL    Pa    GB Winnipeg    23    16    .590    — Fargo Moorhead    22    16    .579    1/2 Duluth-Superior    19    19    .500    3 1/2 Sioux Falls    17    21    .‘147    51/2 St. Paul    15    23    .395    71/2 Southern Division W I.    Pa    GB Sioux City    23    15    .605    — Lincoln    21    17    .553    2 Joliet    19    19    .500    4 Schaumburg    17    21    .447    6 Gary    14    23    .378    81/2 East North Division WL    Pa    GB Quebec    24    14    .632    — Adirondack    22    16    .579    2 Albany (Winnie    18    20    .474    6 Berkshire    12    27    .308    121/2 Southern Division WL    Pa    GB New Jersey    25    13    .658    — Elmira    21    17    .553    4 Brockton    19    20    .487    61/2 Allentown    12    26    .316    13 Wednesday Results Brockton 7 Quebec 2 Schaumburg 9 Winnipeg 4 Adirondack 8 Berkshire 2 Albany-Colonie 3 Allentown 2 Fargo-Moorhead 6 Gary Southshore 2 Duluth Superior 9 Lincoln 4 Elmira 6 New Jersey 3 Sioux City 8 Sioux Falls 4 Joliet 6 St. Paul 0 SPEED DIAL CLAIMS Direct to autopac FREE Autopac Windshield Repairs • Free Courtesy Bug Sumo Ch,ii A ( mi i- Repair: • Windshield Replacement • Side & Rear Windows Hometown AUTO GLASS 727-0123 710 - 1st Street 1-800-441-9142 clickfindsave.com uANADIAN TIRE MUIV Service MAINTENANCE TUNE-UP OO OFF Most vehicles 4-cylinder HERE S WHAT WE LL DO: Perform computerized engine    •    Replace    spark plugs with analysis with printout    Motomaster V-groove spark plugs* Inspect air filter and PCV valve    • Inspect distributor cap, rotor, ignition wires and coil * Premium platinum spark plugs available for an extra charge. 1/2 Price Wheel Alignment Purchase two or more tires and you’ll receive our professional alignment service at 1/2 Price! d> Licensed, Trained Technicians • Top Quality Parts • Nationwide Guarantees 1655-18th Street, Brandon Hours: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Auto Service: Phone 728-5656 D. 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