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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 5, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba ScoreboardBRANDON SUN, Friday, July 5, 2002 B3 Williams vs. Williams for third time LONDON — The Williams family has another Grand Slam tennis final all to itself, this time with a twist: Little sister is No. I. Serena and Venus Williams both used unstoppable strokes and serves topping 115 m.p.h. to win lopsided Wimbledon semifinals yesterday and set up a third title match in the last four majors. Earlier yesterday, Canadian Daniel Nestor moved within one win of his third Grand Slam final of the season. The Toronto left-hander and Bahamian partner Mark Knowles, seeded second, defeated No. 8 David Prinosil of Germany and David Rikl of the Czech Republic 6-7 (I), 6-4, 6-4, 6-2 in a quarter-final match. Serena — 15 months younger than 22-year-old Venus — was assured of supplanting her sister atop the rankings no matter what happens in Saturday’s final. Serena never has been ahead of Venus. “Just because I’m No. I,” said Serena, who hasn’t dropped a set, “doesn’t mean I don’t want to win Wimbledon.” She’d never been past the semifinals at the All England Club (losing at that stage to her sister in 2000), but was absolutely dominant in defeating No. 9-seeded Amelie Mauresmo 6-2, 6-1. So, too, was two-time defending champion Venus, who beat No. 6 Justine Henin 6-3,6-2 in what was a rematch of last year’s final but really was no match at all. This all-Williams final follows those at September’s U.S. Open (won by Venus) and last month’s French Open (won by Serena). “It’s just something that’s unprecedented,” Venus said. “Never seen before.” Well, not quite. Back in 1884, at the very first major tournament, Maud Watson beat sister Lillian in the Wimbledon final. That was the only sibling-sibling Grand Slam final for 117 years. In doubles, Nestor and Knowles were good on the serve, winning 80 per cent of the points on their first serve and getting 70 per cent of those first serves in. They were also good on five of 11 break chances, as opposed to one of four for their opponents. “We picked up our game in the second set and played pretty well,” said Nestor. “From then on it was a different match, our level rose and their’s dropped. I thought we were in control.” Nestor and Knowles, winners of the Australian title and runners-up at the French, will play Bob and Mike Bryan in the semis. The sixth-seeded Americans were quarter-finalists in Australia and France. “They serve very well, especially Bob,” Nestor said. “We’ll have to protect our serve and not fall behind.” The other doubles semifinal pits No. I Donald Johnson and Jared Palmer of the US, against No. 5 Jonas Bjorkman of Sweden and Todd Woodbridge of Australia. The men’s semifinals were also set yesterday: No. I Lleyton Hewitt versus No. 4 Tim Henman, trying to be the first British champion since 1936; and No. 27 Xavier Malisse against No. 28 David Nalbandian. In men’s play, top-seeded Hewitt squandered four match points in the third set but pulled out a five-set win against Scheng Schalken of the Netherlands to reach the semifinals. Hewitt, whose game slipped after a controversial overrule in the third set tiebreaker, raised his level when he needed it most in the fifth set to prevail 6-2, 6-2, 6-7 (5), 1-6, 7-5 in three hours 51 minutes. Hewitt will next face Henman. — Associated Press LPGA TOUR HUTCHINSON. Ran. (AR) — Results Thursday following the opening round of the $3 million US Women’s U.S. Open, played at the 6,293-yard, par-70 Prairie Dunes Country Club (a-denotes amateur): I.aura Diaz 35-32 — 67 Shani Waugh 32-35 — 67 Juli Inkster 32-35 — 67 Michele Saiki 34-34 — 68 Catriona Matthew 34-35 — 69 Lorie Kane 34 35 — 69 Sherri Steinhauer 33-37 — 70 Cindy Schreyer 36-34 — 70 Pamela Kerrigan 35-35 — 70 Mhairi McKay 35-35 — 70 Kelli Kuehne 34-36 — 70 Jackie Gallagher-Smith 35-35 — 70 Annika Sorenstam 33-37 — 70 Audra Burks 35-35 — 70 Brandie Burton 35-35 — 70 Michele Redman 33-38 — 71 Kelly Robbins 34-37 — 71 Yuri Fudoh 32-39 — 71 janicc Moodie 36-35 71 Beth Daniel 35-36 71 IHI McGill 34-37 — 71 Jung Yeon Lee 36-35 — 71 a A rec Song Wongluekiet 35-36 — 71 Alicia Dibos 35-36 _ 71 Rosie |ones 34 37 — 71 Michelle Ellis 34-37 71 Grace Park 34-37 — 71 Dawn Coe-Jones 35-37 — 72 Angela Buzntinski 37-41 — 78 A.). Eathorne 39-43 — 82 PCA TOUR LEMONT, III. (AR Opening-round scores from the $4-million Western Open, held at the 7,224-yard, par 72 Cog Hill Golf and Country Club (Note: Due to rain delays 51 golfers unable to finish first round. They will complete round this Baseball ASSOCIATED PRESS David Gossett 32-33 — 65 Bob Estes 33-33 — 66 Jonathan Bvrd 33-34 — 67 john Cook 33-34 — 67 Scott Verplank 34-33 — 67 Davis Love III 32-35 — 67 Lee Porter 35-33 — 68 Pete Jordan 36-32 — 68 Luke Donald 32-36 — 68 Kenny Perry 36-32 — 68 Franklin Langham 34-34 — 68 Bradley Hughes 33-35 68 Shaun Micheel 34-35 69 Justin Leonard 33-36 69 Glen Dav 37-32 — 69 joey Sindelar 35-34 — 69 Brian Cay 35-34 — 69 Stephen Gangluff 37-32 — 69 Blaine McCallister 34-35 — 69 Brandt lobe 34-35 — 69 Robert Allenby 34-35 — 69 Joel Edwards 35-34 — 69 Billy Mayfair 34-36 70 Steve Lowery 34-36 70 Grant Waite 35-35 - 70 Stuart Appleby 34-36 70 Craig Barlow 35-35 70 Bob Tway 33-37 70 Dufty Waldorf 34-36 70 Mike Weir 34-37 — 71 Glen Hnatiuk 36-35 — 71 (an l.eggatt 37-36 — 73 David Morland IV 38-37 — 75 BUY.COM TOUR David Nalbandian of Argentina hits a return through his legs during quarter-final win yesterday. Tennis ATP/WTA TOURS LONDON (AP) Results Wednesday from Wimbledon Championships al the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club: Men’s Singles Quarter-finals lleyton Hewitt (I), Australia, del. Sjeng Schalken (18), Netherlands, 6-2, 6-2, 6-7 (5), 1-6,7-5. lim Henman (4), Britain, del. Andre Sa, Brazil, 6-3,5-7,6-4,6-3. Xavier Malisse (27), Belgium, del. Richard Krajicek,Netherlands,6-1,4-6,6-2, 3-6,9-7: David Nalbandian (28), Argentina, def. Nicolas Lapentti (22), Ecuador, 6 4,6 I. I 6,4-6,6-4. Men’s Doubles Quarter-finals Mark Knowles, Bahamas, and Daniel Nestor (2), Toronto, def. David Prinosil, Germany, and David Rikl (8), Czech Republic, 6-7 (I),6-4,6-4,6-2. Women’s Singles Semifinals Venus Williams (I), U.S., def. Justine Henin (6), Belgium,6-3,6 2. Serena Williams (2), U.S., def. Amelie Mauresmo (9), France, 6-2,6-1. Women’s Doubles Quarter-finals Anna Kournikova, Russia, and Chanda Rubin, United Slates, del. Lisa Raymond, United States, and Rertnae Stubbs (I), Australia, I 6,7-5,6-4. Virginia Ruano Paschal,Spain,and Paola Suarez (2), Argentina, def. Anastassia Rodionova, Russia, and Marlene Weingartner,Germany,7-6 I I), 7-5. T hird Round Serena and Venus Williams (3), U.S., def. Laura Montalvo, Argentina, and Elena Tatarkova, Ukraine, 6 2,6 2. Hockey HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) - Scores Thursday following the opening round of the $425,0(H) US Hershey Open, played on the 7,154-yard, par-71 (36-35) East Course at the Hershey Golf Club: Tyler Williamson 32-33 65 Marco Dawson 35-31 66 Darron Stiles 33-33 66 Mark Wurtz 35-32 67 Richard Barcelo 33-34 67 Cliff krcsge 32-35 67 Todd Barranger 32-35 - 67 Joel Kribcl 35-32 67 Matt Sharkey 34-33 — 67 Omar Uresti 36-32 68 Perry Moss 36-32 68 Tommy Biershenk 32 36 68 Rob McKelvey 35-33 68 Scott Sterling 36-32 68 DA. Points 33-35 68 David Branshaw 37 31 68 Chad Wright 35 33 68 Brian Wilson 33-35 68 Billy Judah 35-33 68 Tom Carter 37 31 68 Todd Demsey 33-35 68 Jim Rutledge 36-33 - 69 Ahmad Bateman 36-38 — 74 Todd Fanning 36-39 - 75 SPORTS EXCELLENCE AAA CHALLENGE__ THURSDAY Midget (Born 1984 1985) Phoenix Flames 16 Montana Selects I Manitoba Wheaties I NAV Wildcats I North Dakota ll Prairie storm 3 Manitoba Wheaties 14 Montana 3 Phoenix I lames 7 Northwest Wildcats I Winnipeg Wolfpack 5 Team Manitoba 5 Cypress I wolves I New Jersey Native 8 Manitoba Panthers 11 I 94 Predators I Team Manitoba 3 Twin Ports Ice Dogs 4 Wpg Wolfpack IO Cypress I wolves 0 Bantam (born 1986) Minnesota 3 Manitoba Mashes 8 Manitoba Panthers I Main Street 4 Brandon Wheaties 13 Cypress I Man. Bolls 11) Montana Selects I Minnesota I akers 8 I 94 Predators 0 Manitoba Mashes IO Main Street 3 Cypress I wolves 2 Montana Selects 5 Minor bantam (born 1987) Northern Hawks 5 Starzof Minnesota I Man. l ightning 17 Montana Selects Ii 3 West man Selec is 5 Minnesota 87s 5 I 94 Predators 8 Montana Selects A 3 Manitoba Lightning I Minnesota 87s 4 Minnesota Star/ 11 Montana Selects Ii 2 On Tm TODAY Baseball Manitoba Senior — Brandon vs. Oak River, at Westbran Stadium, 7 p.m. Ora Dental at Killarney, 7 p.m. Santa Clara — Arden at Neepawa,7 p.m. Carberry at Minnedosa,7 p.m. Southwest Souris at Virden, 7:30 p.m. Melba at Lytton, 7:30 p.m. Reston at I Moraine, 7:30 p.m. Hockey Sports Excellence AAA Challenge Male players born Iron) 1984 1987. Cames all clay at Keystone (entre, Kinsmen,Optimist and Sportsplex arenas. Golf Wallace Agencies Mixed Two Ball at Glenburn, 9 a.m., I p.m., 5:30 p.m. shotguns. Stars, Rangers making strides By Neil Stevens Canadian Press The Dallas Stars and the Ne' / York Rangers should be back in the playoffs next NHL season. Other teams have been actively pursuing unrestricted free agents, too, but their buys won’t have similar impact. The Stars, who missed by four points last season, should make that up and more with sniper Bill Guerin in their lineup. Guerin, the right-winger who tied for second rn the NHL in goals scored with 41 with Boston last season, agreed to a five-vear. $45-mil-lion US deal with the Stars late Wednesday night. With Mike Modano, Jason Arnott, Jere Lehtinen, Pierre Turgeon, and now Guerin up front, Dallas will be better than it was in flopping to 10th in the Western Conference and 17th overall in April. Guerin alongside Modano would be dynamite. “To add someone with his size, his ability to score, and couple that with his character, he’s everything we were looking for,” general manager Doug Armstrong said of Guerin. The earlier purchase of defence-man Philippe Boucher, who played for Los Angeles last season, also gives the Stars added blue-line depth. The Rangers should make it to the post-season for the first time in six years after a shopping spree on centre Bobby Holik, who set the bar at $45 million US for Guerin, and hard-nosed defenceman Darius Kasparaitis, who will be paid $27 million US over six years. The team also announced that they had re-signed unrestricted free agent Mike Richter to a two-year contract last night. “We had an opportunity to improve our club and we did it. We were more decisive and are more improved then any team in the league in the last four days,” Richter said. The Rangers were lith in the East, 21st overall, and missed the playoffs by seven points. Holik, who played with New Jersey last season, and Kasparaitis (Colorado) should erase that gap. In Detroit, the Stanley Cup-champion Red Wings have assured their fans they are serious about retaining the trophy. They replaced retired goalie Dominik Hasek with Curtis Joseph, who to be part of a winning organization took less — $24 million for three years — than he could have made by re-signing in Toronto. The Wings then re-signed defenceman Chris Chelios for $12 million US for two years. Ed Belfour was happy to fill Joseph’s vacated position for $13.5 million US for two years. The Leafs won’t fall out of the playoffs without Cujo, if Eddie the Eagle rebounds as he promises from a poor season in Dallas, but their lack of free-agent gains so far this summer has their fans in a funk. Joseph giving the organization a non-confidence vote fuelled the fire. Washington made a wise pickup in Robert Lang because reuniting him with Jaromir Jagr might rejuvenate the former scoring champion. It’s a costly venture though — $25 million US over five years — for a winger who scored 18 goals last season. But GM George McPhee is under pressure because his club has missed the playoffs twice and been eliminated in the first round twice since going to the championship series in 1998. A lot of teams watched the big-spenders land the top guns, while quietly pursuing lower-tier free agents. Montreal was happy to get for ward Randy McKay, who scored only seven goals last season with New Jersey and Dallas, for $4.25 million US over two years. “Randy McKay is the kind of player we were looking for,” said general manager Andre Savard. “He is known for his hard work, his grit, and his desire to win.” Calgary spent $3 million US a year on forward Martin Gelinas on Tuesday to add more speed. “We want to be able to dictate the tempo and the pace of the game,” said GM Craig Button. It will take more than Gelinas to erase the 15-point shortfall that caused the Flames to miss the playoffs. Another club that got better but still won’t make the playoffs is Columbus. The Blue Jackets’ purchased defencemen Luke Richardson (Philadelphia) and Scott Lachance (Vancouver). They got four-year deals worth $11 million and $8 million US, respectively, yesterday. Save Your Deductible! NEW SYSTEM STORE Hardworking Clothes For Hardworking People 79.95 Mil* Men’s Etonic Dri Lite 200 Shoes Reg. $100 Now Men’s Etonic Expression Shoes OD Die Reg. $100 Now fUaUU While Supplies Last Taurus Braecrest Drive 728-6967 novus AUTO GLASS REPAIR & REPLACEMENT Phone 725-1700 or Toll Free 1-800-586-9798 Repair Your Windshield! AMERICAN LEAGUE Yoshii, Eischen (W,2-l)(7), ScStewart (S,l I )(9) and Schneider; Padilla, Plesac (8), East Division CSilva (8), Mesa (L,2 5)(9) and Lieberthal. W L Pct GB HR: Mtl Wilkerson (7). New York 53 31 .631 Boston SI 31 .622 I Milwau OOO 030 002 — 5 9 0 Baltimore 39 42 .481 12 1/2 Cinci 003 (KH OOO —4 7 1 Toronto 33 50 .398 19 1/2 JsCabrera, de bs Santos (6), King (7), Tampa Bay 28 54 .341 24 Durocher (W.l -0)(8), Dejean (S.15)(9) and Central Division Machado, Bako (9); (Fernandez, Sullivan W L Pct GB (7), Graves (I.,3 3)(9) and ((Miller, LaRue Minnesota 48 38 .558 (7). Chicago 41 44 .482 6 1/2 Cleveland 37 46 .446 9 1/2 Houston 005 012 OOO —8 HO Kansas City 32 49 .395 13 1/2 Pittsburgh 012 OOI 002 — 6 121 Detroit 29 53 .354 17 Munro, Borbon (W,2 I)(5), Stone (6), Dolci West Division (8), Wagner (9) and Ausmus; Beimel (L, I W I. Pct GB 3), Lincoln (5), Villone (7), Sauerbeck (9) Seattle 54 31 .635 and Kendall. HRs: Pgh BGilcs 2 (22). Anaheim 48 34 .585 4 i/2 Oakland 47 37 .560 6 1/2 Los Ang OOO OOO 101 —2 HO Texas 38 45 .458 15 St Louis IOO IQI OOx —3 5 1 Thursday Results Boston 9 Toronto 5 N.Y. Yankees 7 Cleveland I Seattle 2 Minnesota I Detroit 6 Chicago White Sox 5 Texas 11 Tampa Bay 8 Baltimore at Anaheim N Kansas City at Oakland N Friday Games Detroit (Redman 3-8) at Boston ([.Castillo 5-8),6:05 p.m. Toronto (Loaiza 3-4) al N.Y. Yankees (O.Hernandez 4-2), 6:05 p.m. Cleveland (Baez 6-6) at Chicago White Sox (Garland 7-5), 6:05 p.m. Baltimore (Johnson 3-5) at Texas rPark 3-4), 7:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Kennedy 5-7) at Anaheim (Sele 7-5), 9:05 p.m. Minnesota (Milton 9-6) at Seattle (Baldwin 6-6), 9:05 p.m. Kansas City (Suppan 7-6) at Oakland (Hudson 6-7),9:05 p.m. THURSDAY LINESCORF.S Toronto    OOO    400    IOO—    5    7    1 Boston    022    002    12x—    9    IO    I PWalker, Heredia (1,0 2)(6), Cassidy (6), KEscobar (8) and Huckahy; Dl.owe (W,I2 I), Embree (7), Conus (9) and Varitek. HRs: Bos Garciaparra (ll), Nixon (9). Cleveland    OOI    OOO    OOO—    I    8    0 NY Yankees    HO    002    03x    7    111 (Tinley (I,I ll), Riggan (8) and EPerez; Mussina (W.I2 3), Stanton (7), Knight (9) and Widger. HRs: NYY Ja(,iambi (22), Mondesi (16). Minn    OOO    IOO    OOO —    I    6    0 Seattle    OOO    OOI    Olx—    2    6    0 Rincon, M lack,son (7), I Rodriguez (1,0 I) (8), Fiore (8) and Pierzynski; FGurcia, Rhodes (W,5 I) (8), Sasaki (S,20) (9) and DWilson. Detroit    I IO    OOO    040 —    6    8    0 Chi Sox    IOO    400    OOO —    5    4    I Sparks (W.4-8), J Farnsworth (8), |u Acevedo (S. IA) (9) and Inge; DWright, Marte (7), Foulke (8), Wunsch (Ll I) (8), (Kuna (8) and SAlomar. HRs: (hW Durham (5), SAlomar (7). Tampa Bay    600 000 020    8 12 2 Texas    034 IOO 03x    IMI 0 WAlvarez,Creek (3), Harper (L.3-41(7) and Hall; RBell, JAIvarez (7), (Powell (8),((Lewis (W,I 0)(8),    Irabu (S,!6)(9) and (Rodriguez. HRs: TK Hall (3), Gomez (6); Tex ARodriguez (25), RPalmeiro (19), I Rodriguez (6), Mcnch (9),Greene ( I). LATE WEDNESDAY Baltimore    OOO    OOO    OOO    0    4    0 Anaheim    OOO    OOO    Olx—    I    40 Erickson (L.3-8) and Ct iii; Washburn (W,9 2), Pereival (S,20) (9) and BMolina, I abregas (9). Minn    OOO    200    OOO—    2    6    0 Oakland    OOI    OOO    OOO—    I    8    0 Santana (W,4 I), Hawkins (7), Romero (8), Guardado (S,26) (9) and Pierzynski; Mulder (1,9 5) and RaHernandez. Ishii (L, 11-5), Carrara (7) and Lo Duca; TSmith (W,2-0), Kline (7), Veres (8), Isringhausen (S,I9) (9) and DiFelice. HRs: SH. — Edmonds (17), Pujols (19). San Fran 010 OOI 010—3 7 1 Arizona 014 OOI OOx —6 102 Schmidt (L,4-3), Zerbc (6), Fultz (7), Worrell (8) and BSantiago; BriAnderson (W.4-7), Koplove (8), MMyers (8), Mantei (8), BKim (S.22) (9) and Baraias. HR; SF — Shinjo (8). Chi Cubs    OOI    OOO    OOO    —I    7 1 Atlanta    IOO    OOO    13x    —5    9 1 Prior (L,2-2), Farnsworth (7), Cordon (8), Borowski (8) and Hundley, Girardi (7); Marquis, Remlinger (W,6-0)    (7), ((Hammond (8),Spooneybarger (9), Smoltz (S,29) (9) and J Lopez, Blanco (9). NYMets    013    IOO    002    —7    141 Florida    060    003    OOx    —9    120 Loiter (I.,8 7), GRoberts (6), Benitez (8) and Piazza; Tavarez (W.7-4), Almanza (7), Looper (8), VNuncz (9) and CJohnson, Redmond (6). HR; NYM Piazza (18). LATE WEDNESDAY San Frail    IOO    300    OOO    —4    111 Colorado    070    OOO    34x    —14    170 LHemandez (L.6-10), Witasick (2), Zerbe (6), Fultz (8) and Lorrealba; Kennings (W,9 4), Speier (7),TJones (8), RiWhite (9) and Kstalella. HRs: SF lorrealba (2); Col (.Walker (20), Kstalella (8). LosAng    210    OOO    OOO    —3    70 Arizona    010    OOI    03x    —5    7 0 Ashby,Mota (6), Orosco (1,1-2) (8), Gagne (8) and Lo Duca; MBatista, MMyers (8), Mantei (W,l 0) (8), BKim (S,21) (9) and Barajas. HR: LA ShCreen (26),I CPL East Division GP W L TOTI. F A P Montreal 2 2 0 0 0 55 32 4 Hamilton I I 0 0 0 27 15 2 Ottawa 2 0 2 0 I 51 70 I Toronto 2 o 2 0 0 27 67 0 West Division GP w L TOTE F A P Edmonton 2 2 0 0 0 67 45 I Winnipeg I I 0 0 0 19 15 2 Saskatchewan! I 0 0 0 to 27 2 Calgary I 0 I 0 0 21 27 0 B.C. 2 ii 2 0 0 35 54 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 54 31 .635 Montreal 44 40 .524 9 1/2 florida ll 41 .518 IO New York 41 43 .488 12 1/2 Philadelphia 38 45 .458 15 Central Division W L Pct GB st. Louis 46 36 .561 Cincinnati 14 40 .524 3 Houston 39 44 .470 7 1/2 Pittsburgh 37 17 .440 IO Chicago 34 19 ,410 12 1/2 M ilwaukee 52 53 .376 15 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 52 33 .612 Arizona 50 34 .595 I 1/2 San Francisco 47 37 .560 4 1/2 (dorado IO 45 .471 12 San Diego 34 51 .400 18 Friday Games N.Y Mels (Bacsik OO) at Florida (Burnett 8-5),6:05 p.m. Houston (Redding 3-4) at Pittsburgh (Benson 2-4),6:05 p.m. Montreal (Ohka 7-4) at Philadelphia (Person 3 I),6:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Rusch 5 6) at Cincinnati (Desserts 5 I),6:10 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Clement 6-5) at Atlanta (Millwood 5 5),6:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Od.Perez 9-4) at St. Louis (Morris IO 5),7:10p.m. San Diego (Tomko I 5) at Colorado (Hampton I 9), 8:05 p.m. San Francisco (Ortiz 6 5) at Arizona (Schilling 13-3),9:05 p.m. THURSDAY LINESCORES Montreal OOO (HK) 002 — 2 6 1 Philadelphia OO I OOO (KH) - I 5 0 Today’s Cames Hamilton at Winnipeg,7:30 p.m. (TSN) Calgary at Saskatchewan. 8:30 p.m. THURSDAY Ott. 24 at Edm. 40    __ First Quarter Edm FC Fleming 17 3:45 Ott TI) Gallant recovers blocked punt in endzone (Scouras convert) 8:27 Second Quarter Ott FC Scouras 15 0:14 Edm    FC Fleming 28 3:07 Ott    TD Montana 91 pass from Crowley (Scouras convert) 11:13 Ott I D Brown 78 pass (rom Crowley (Scouras convert) 13:44 I dm    TD Robinson 8 pass from Maas (fleming convert) 14:39 Third Quarter I dm    TD R.Williams I rush (convert unsuccessful) 1:28 I din    Single fleming 59 5:57 I dm    TD Avery ll rush (Fleming con vert) 10:49 Edm    I C Fleming 49 13:38 Fourth Quarter Edm    TD Vaughn 19 pass from Maas (Flemingconvert) ll):IO Edm    FC Fleming 38 14:12 Ottawa    7    17    0    0    —    24 Edmonton    3    IO    17 IO    —    40 Attendance    IO, 152. 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