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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 6, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba B4 BRANDON SUN, Saturday, July 6. 2002 Sports Scoreboard CFI East Division CPW L TOIL EAP Montreal    2    2    0    0    0    55    52    4 Hamilton    2    1    I    0    0    42    39    I Ottawa    2    0    2    0    I    51    70    I Toronto    2    0    2    0    0    27    67    (I West Division GP W I, TOTI, F    A    P Winnipeg    2    2    0    0    0    65    50    I Edmonton    2    2    0    0    (I    67    45    t Saskatchewan 2 0 0 0 62 18    4 Calgary    2    0    2    0    0    42    59    0 BC    2    0    2    0    0    55    >4    0 Note: teams losing in overtime are awarded one point; the CEL includes over time losses in the loss column WEEK 2 BYE: B.C. Friday Results Winnipeg 24 Hamilton 13 Saskatchewan 32 ( algary 21 WEEK 3 Tuesday, July 9 Toronto at B.C.,9:30 p.m.( TSN) Thursday, July 11 Saskatchewan at Montreal, 6:30 pan. (TSN) Winnipeg at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 12 Calgary at Hamilton, 6:30 p.m. I TSN' Saturday, July 13 Toronto at Edmonton, 8 pan. I TSN) FRIDAY Ham. 15 at Wpg. 24___ First Quarter Ham    Single Osbaldiston 97 7:22 Ham    Kl Osbaldiston 36 10:36 Second Quarter Ham Single 40 Osbaldiston 1:27 Wpg    Safety Osbaldiston conceded 7:11 Wpg TD Roberts 9 pass from Jones (Westwood convert) 12:29 W'pg FO Westwood 22 13:16 Third Quartet Wpg I ti Westwood 21 4:24 Fourth Quarter Wpg    I G Westwood 23 1:01 Ham    IT) horde I run (Osbaldiston convert) 3:33 Wpg    I Cl Westwood 45 7:22 Ham    I G Osbaldiston 33 11:55 Wpg    Hi Westwood 37 14:35 Hamilton    4    I    0    IO    —    15 Winnipeg    0    12    3    9    —    24 Attendance 25,609 YARDSTICKS Ham Wpg First dow ns    14    21 Yatds rushing    ll    80 fards passing    211    221 Total offence    217    289 learn losses    .35    12 Net ol fence    232    301 Passes made tried    17-39    22-36 Return yards    185    88 Intercepts yards by I 42    2    I humbles lost    3-3    OO sacks by    2    I Punts average I 26.4 7-30.7 Penalties yards    9-65    4-10 l une of possession    25:19    34:41 Net offence is yards passing, plus yards rushing, minus team losses such as yards lost on broken plays Individual Rushing Ham    Davis 11-37, McManus 13, horde I I; Wpg — Roberts 21 76, Jones I 3, Sellers 3 I Receiving Ham    ITutie 1-44, Amerson 3 32, Miles 3 28, Freeman 2-17. Davis 2-8; Wpg Brown 6-66, Roberts 5 36, Stegall 4-62, Bruce III 4-39,Sellers 3-18 Passing: Ham 17-39,211 yds, 0 TDs, 2int;Wpg Jones 22-36-221 IT. YARDSTICKS Cgy. 21 at Sask^32 SUMMARY First Quarter Task    hi i Met cilium 38 s: 18 bask    TD Armstrong KIO pass from N Greene (McCollum convert) 8:03 Sask    ID Holmes 17 pass from N Greene (McCallum convert) 15:00 Sask    Single Mel .ilium 65 Adams con ceded 15:00 Second Quarter Gal    Safety Shaw tackled in end zone 1:59 Cal    TD Peterson 11 pass trout Crandell (two-point conversion failed) 9:58 Third Quarter ( al    I t. Mchaughlin 28 3:43 Cal    TD Anderson 2 run    (McLaughlin Convert) 8;59 Cal    Safety McCallum conceded Fourth Quarter Cal - Single McLaughlin 42 2:47 Sask    TD Armstrong 23 pass from N Greene (McCallum convert) 5:47 Sask    TD Holmes 17 run (McCallum convert) 11:36 Calgary    0    8    12    I    21 Saskatchewan 18    0    0    ll    32 Attendance 21,968 Yankees pick up Weaver from Tigers By Ronald Blum Associated Press NEW YORK — Seeking to add even more pitching for the second half, the first-place New York Yankees acquired Jeff Weaver from Detroit early today as part of a three-team trade that also included Oakland. As part of the deal, the Athletics sent infielder Cados Pena to the Tigers and the Yankees sent pitcher Ted Lilly to Oakland. Weaver, a 25-year-old nght-hander, is 6-8 with a 3.18 ERA this season on a Tigers team that is 30-53. He joins a New York rotation that already includes Mike Mussina, Andy Pettitte, Roger Clemens and Orlando Hernandez, one that has reduced Sterling Hitchcock to a reliever and spot starter. Earlier yesterday, the Yankees scratched Clemens from his scheduled start against Toronto on Sunday and said Lilly would take his place. Lilly, a 26-year-old lefthander, is 3-6 with a 3.40 ERA in ll starts and two relief appearances. On Apnl 27 he pitched a one-hitter m a 1-0 loss at Seattle and on June 22 he pitched a three-hitter at San Diego for his first major league shutout “Lilly kept us on even keel the way he’s pitched for us,” Yankees manager Joe Torre said after last night’s 6-3 win over Toronto. Earlier, the AL East-leading Yankees acquired star right fielder Raul Mondesi from Toronto for a double-A reliever. Weaver was still at Fenway Park, where Detroit defeated Boston 9-5. “The opportunity to go from last to first in a day is quite interestmg in itself,” Weaver said. Weaver had been linked to several teams in trade speculation. “The opportunity to acquire a pitcher of this calibre at this age does not come along often,” Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said. “We look forward to Jeff becoming a mainstay in our rotation for years to come.” Hockey SPORTS EXCELLENCE AAA CHALLENGE at Kinsmen, Keystone, Sportsplex and Optimist Arenas FRIDAY 1984 Age Group Phoenix 9 Prairie 2 Northwest 3 North Dakota 0 Prairie 9 Monlana 3 Man. Wheal Kings I Norlh Dakota 0 learn Manitoba 12 New jersey 3 Wpg Woltpack 4 Man. Panthers I 1986 Age Group Man. I ighliung Flashes 12 Cypress 2 Man. Panthers IO I 94 Predators 4 Bdn. Wheat Kings 7 Man. Lightning Ii Main Street 8 Montana 5 Man. Lightning I I Man. Panthers I I 94 Predators 8 Cypress 3 Minnesota 5 Man, Lightning Bolts 3 1987 Age Group Man. Lightning9 siar7 ut Minnesota 5 I 94 Predators I Northern I Westman 21 Montana Two (I Minnesota 87s 21 Montana One 0 Golf ASSOCIATED PRESS Johnny Damon of the Boston Red Sox makes a sliding catch last night. Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE GB East Division W    L    Pct Atlanta    55    31    .640 Montreal    45    40    .529    91/2 Florida    44    42    .512    ll New York    42    43    .494    12 1/2 Philadelphia    38    46    .452    16 Central Division W    L    Pct    GB St. Louis    46    37    .554    — Cincinnati    45    40    .529    2 Houston    39    45    .464    71/2 Pittsburgh    38    47    .447    9 Chicago    34    50    .405    12 1/2 Milwaukee    32    54    .372    15 1/2 West Division W    L    Pct    GB Los Angeles    53    33    .616 Arizona    50    34    .595    2 San Francisco    47    37    .560    5 Colorado    40    45    .471    12 1/2 San Diego    34    51    .400    18 1/2 Friday Results Montreal 8 Philadelphia 3 NLY. Mets 5 Florida 3 Pittsburgh 4 Houston 3 Cincinnati 8 Milwaukee 6 Atlanta 4 Chicago Cubs 3 Los Angeles 6 St. Louis 5 San Diego at Colorado N San Francisco at Arizona N Saturday Games San Francisco (Ruder 7-5) at Arizona (Johnson 12-3), 2:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Nomo 9-5) at St. Louis (W. Williams 6-3), 3:05 p.m N.Y. Mets (Estes 3-6) at Florida (Tcjcra 4-1), 6:05 p.m. Houston (Cruz O I) at Pittsburgh (K.Wells 9 5),6:05p in Chicago Cubs (I..Zambrano O I) at Atlanta (Idaville 11-3), 6:05 p.m. Montreal (Vazquez 5-5) al Philadelphia (Duckworth 5-5),6:05 p.m Milwaukee (J.Wright 2-6) at Cincinnati (Haynes 9-6),6:10 p.m. San Diego (Peavy 0-2) al Colorado (Thomson 6-7), 7:05 p.m. Bclliard (I); Gin I arkin (5), Dunn (17). Houston    003000000 -    3    6    0 Pittsburgh    000030 IOX—    4    IO    I Redding, Puller (6), Borbon (I.,2-2) (7), Mann (7) and Zaun, Ausmus (6); Benson, letters (W.1-0) (7), Sauerbeck (8), Boehringer (8), MiWilliams (S,25) (9) and Kendall. HRs: Hou Berkman (28); Pgh — ARamirez (6). N.Y. Mets    200001200 —    5    7    I Florida    200000010 —    3    ll    I Bacsik (VV,I -0), Weathers (6), Cerda (7), Strickland (8), Guthrie (8), Benitez (S,20) (9) and Piazza; Burnett (I.,8-6), Neal (7), Mairena (7), Darensbourg (9) and Redmond HRs: NYM — Tarasco (4); I la — Del.ee (17). Chi Cubs    010001001—    3    5    0 Atlanta    00220000x—    4    9    0 Clement (L.6-6), Borowski (6), Fassero (8) and Hundley; Millwood (W.6-5), Gryboski (7), Remlinger (8), Smoltz (S,30) (9) and JLopez. HRs: Chi. McGriflf (17); Atl Lockhart (5). Los Angeles    102003000 —    6    IO    0 St. Louis    220010000—    5    ll    0 OPerez (VV, 10-4), Niota (6), Orosco (8), Quantrill (8), Gagne (S,31) (9) and Lo Duca; Morris (L.10-6), MMatlhews (6), Timlin (7) and Marrero, DiFelice (7). HR; SIL Pujols (20). AMERICAN LEAGUE _ East Division FRIDAY LIN ESTORES Montreal    011020040    8    8    2 Philadelphia    200010000    3    5    0 Ohka, (VV,8 V) J ischen (7), Lloyd (8) and Barrett; Person (1,3-5), Coggin (6), JSantiago (8), Mercado (9) and I tcberthal. HRs: Md Wilkerson (8), WCordero (I) Milwaukee    012021000    6    12    I Cincinnati    202030 IOX—    8    9    0 Rusch (1,5 7), de Ins Santos (5), jNFigueroa (6), Durocher (8) and Baku, Dcssens,GWhite (W,4 I) (5), Riedling (7), Sullivan (8), Graves (S,26) (9) and I aRuc. HRs: Mil Hammonds (6), Stairs (3), W L Pct GB New York 54 31 .635 Boston 51 32 .614 7 Baltimore IO 42 .488 12 1/2 toronto T.5 51 .394 20 1/2 tampa Bay 28 54 .341 24 1/2 Central Division W L Pct GB Minnesota 48 38 .558 Chicago ll 4 s .477 7 Cleveland 38 46 .452 9 Kansas (Tty 32 51 .386 14 1/2 Del toil 30 53 .361 16 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB Seattle ST 31 .635 Anaheim 48 35 .578 5 Oakland 49 37 .570 5 1/2 Texas 38 45 .458 15 I riday Results N.Y. Yankees 6 Toronto I Detroit 9 Boston 5 Cleveland 4 Chicago White Sox I Oakland 4 Kansas City 3 Baltimore at lexas N Minnesota al Seattle N tampa Bay at Anaheim N Saturday Games Detroit (Weaver 6-8) at Boston (P.Martinez 10-2), 12:05 p.m. Cleveland (Phillips O O) at Chicago White Sox(Buehrle 11-6), 12:15 p.m. Toronto (Parris 0-2) al N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte 2-2), 3:05 p.m. Kansas City (May 2-5) at Oakland (Harang 3-2), 3:05 p.m. Baltimore (Ponson 3-4) at Texas (Burba 4-4), 7:05 p.m. Minnesota (Lohse 7-5) at Seattle (Moyer 8-3), 8:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Sosa O I) at Anaheim (Lackey l l),9:05 p.m. FRIDAY L1NESCORES Detroit    002004012 —    9    14    0 Boston    000021011—    5    ll    3 MRedman (W,4-8), Paniagua (9) and Inge; (-Castillo (L.5-9), Wakefield (6), (.arces (9), Haney (9) and Mirabelli. HRs: Bos Damon (6), Mirabelli (4). Cleveland    000100300 —    4    6    I Chi Sox    000100100 —    2    5    0 DBaez (W,7-6), Wohlers (7), Shuey (7), Wickman (5,19) (9) and EDiaz; Garland (i.,7-6), Wunsch (7), Howry (7) and SAIomar HR: GhW Burks (15). Toronto 000000102—    3    8    I N.Y. Yankees 12003000x—    6    IO    0 Loaiza (L,3-5), Thurman (5), Bowles (7) and TWilson; ((Hernandez (W.5-2), Mendoza (7), Karsay (9), MRivera (S,21) (9) and Posada. HRs: lur JoCruz LATE THURSDAY Kansas City 000001100 —    2    4    I Oakland 000100002 —    3    7    0 Sedlacek, Grimsley (8), RHernandez (9) and Mayne; ladle, Koch (W,5-0) (9) and RaHernandez (I.,1 I),(.Myers (8). HRs; Kl. I chics (3), Ibanez (9). Baltimore 020100220    7    IO    0 Anaheim 000000200 —    2    9    I Drisktll, YPerez (7), WRoberts (7), Groom (8), Julio (9) and GGil; Appier, Schoeneweis (7), Pole (8),Cook (8),Shields (9) and Labregas. VV Priskill 61. I Appier 6-7. Transactions BASEBALL On Tap TODAY Berry beats up on Rockets Craig Berry’s pitching and hitting led the Reston RnrizHts. to a 7-0 victory over the Deloraine Royals last night in the Southwest Baseball League. Berry pitched the full seven innings at Deloraine and went 3-for-4 at the plate with a home run. Rennen Rommelaere went 2-for-3 tor the Royals Kevin Maddess took the loss, allowing four runs in six innings. In another Southwest game the Souris Cardinals and Virden Oilers tied 17-17 at Virden. Harley McCormick doubled, singled and drove in foul runs for the Oilers. Desmond Koop had three RBls tut Virden. Nathan Kowalchuk led the Cardinals, belting two homers and a single and driving in four runs. Jon Draper drove in two runs for Souns with a double and a single. • • • • • MINNEDOSA — Devin Foord, Grant Spraggs and Brad Roth each smashed two-run home runs as the Minnedosa Mavericks outscored the Carberry Royals 19 11 rn Santa Clara Baseball League play last night Roth finished the night 5-for-5, driving in six runs. Dustin Fisher and Mark Fisher both went 3-for-5 for the Royals. Brandon Sun Save Your Deductible! Baseball Manitoba Senior Birlie ut Baidar, doubleheader, 2 p.m., aud 5 p.m. Mosquito AA regional Bcst-of-three: Brandon vs Pierson, al Kinsmen Diamond (Bdn Ave) 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. SUNDAY Baseball Manitoba Senior — Oak River al Killarney, doubleheader, 2 p.m., and 5 p.m. (ira Dental al Neepawa,6 p.m. Houstons Senior B/Southwest Maple Leat vs. Virden, at Kinsmen Stadium, 12 noon l.yldon at llamiota,2:30 p.m. I foggy s vs Virden, al Kinsmen Stadium, t p.m. Maple Leal vs thunderbird, at Kinsmen Stadium,6 p.m. Mosquito AA regional — Brandon vs Pierson, at Kinsmen Diamond (Bdn Ave) II a.m. fit necessary) Hockey Sports Excellence AAA Challenge 1987 Final at Keystone lecture, iuds a.in. 1986 Final at Keystone (.entre, 12:30 p.m. 1984 Final at Keystone Centre, 2:45 p.m. American League TEXAS RANGERS Optioned RUP Rob Bell to Tulsa of the lexas League. Recalled LUP Randy Flores From Oklahoma of the PCL National League CHICAGO CUBS—Fired Don Baylor, manager. Named Bruce Kimm interim manager. Promoted assistant general manager Jim Hendry to general manager. SAN DIEGO PADRI S Placed OF Ray Lankford on the 15-day disabled list. Purchased the contract of OF Trenidad Hubbard I rom Portland of the PCL. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association INDIANA PACERS -Signed G Fred Jones. HOCKEY National Hockey League DALLAS STARS -Signed RW Scott Yount’ to a two-vear contract, SAN JOSI SHARKS Re-signed RW leemu Selanne. VANCOL1 VFH CANUCKS—Signed ti Tyler Moss HOM DA HONDA FOUR TRAX TRX 350 TRX 450 TRX 500 Also, Tillers, Mowers and Trimmers Available Now At... Forman Honda BRANDON, MB. 18th Street South, Brandon (Jest smite el Skewers Mall ii ankee! 725-1530    1-800-675-8367 ^ ^    Patented RACK REPAIRS with $250 or less deductible B-O-N-D, Inc.® Ll /Tv CRACKMASTERS Windshield Long Crack & Chip Repair Specialists Hometown AUTO GLASS 710-1 st Street 727-0123 1-800-441-9142 nov/us AUTO GLASS REPAIR & REPLACEMENT Phone 725-1700 or Toll Free 1-800-586-9798 our Windshield! Everything you need for a well-oiled machine. Ilnlnorkinfi MSM MotorcraftEa Quality Parts Canadian Motors 2626 Victoria Avenue, Brandon 728-0100 LPGA TOUR HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — Second-round scores Friday from the $3 million LPGA Women’s Open, held at the 6,293-yard, par 70 Prairie Dunes Contry Club (a amateur): Laura Diaz    67-72    — 139 Juli Inkster    67-72    — 139 Annika Sorenstam    70-69    — 139 Shani Waugh    67-73    — 140 Michele Redman    71-69    —140 Jill McGill    71-70    -141 Michelle Ellis    71-71    —142 Jenna Daniels    72-70    — 142 Stephanie Keever    72-71    —143 Charlotte Sorenstam    73-70    —143 Janice Moodie    71-72    143 Dawn Coe-Jones    72-72    — 144 Sherri Turner    73-71    144 Brandle Burton    70-74    144 Cindy Schreyer    70-74    144 Kim Saiki    68-76    144 Jennifer Rosales    73-72    145 eristic Kerr    74-71    145 Danielle Ammaccapanc 74-71    145 Carin Koch    73 72    145 Kelly Robbins    71-74    145 Mhairi McKay    70-75    145 Lorie Kane    69-77    146 Failed to qualify Angela Buzminski    78-76    — 154 A.J.Eathorne    82    —WD held at the par-72,7,224-yard Cog Hill Golf and Country Club: SENIOR PGA TOUR LASALLE, Ont. (AP) — Scores Friday at the $1.6-million AT&T Canada Senior Open al the par-71,6,703 yard Essex (foil and Country Club: First Round Tom Jenkins    31-32    63 Gar Hamilton    34-31    —    65 Stewart Ginn    32-35    67 Morris Hatalsky    32-35    67 Bobby Wadkins    33-34    67 Allen Doyle    33-34    —    67 Tom Wargo    33-34    —    67 Jim Ahern    35-32    —    67 Mark Pled    34-33    —    67 Butch Sheehan    34-34    —    68 jack Spradlin    34-34    —    68 Bruce Summerhays    35-33    —    68 John Schroeder    34-34    —    68 IsaoAoki    37-31    68 Ed Dougherty    32-36    68 Walter Hall '    34-34    68 Hale Irwin    32-36    —    68 Bob Eastwood    34-34    68 Billy Kratzert    34-34    —    68 Boh Ralston    36-33    —    69 Tom Kite    34-35    —    69 DougTewell    35-34    —    69 Larry Nelson    33-36    69 Jose Maria Canizares 33-36    —    69 Dan Halldorson    34-35    —    69 Rodger Davis    35-34    —    69 Norm Jarvis    35-35    —    70 Dave Barr    35-35    —    70 Jean Morin    40-38    —    78 Bob Panasik    39-41    —    80 Ken Watkins    40-41    81 (oh ti Cook 67-66 — 133 Stuart Appleby 70-65 — 135 Vijay Singh 68-67 — 135 Jonathan Byrd 67-68 — 135 Bob Estes 66-70 — 136 Robert Allcnby 69-67 — 136 Scott Verplank 67-69 — 136 Jerry Kelly 67-69 — 136 Joe Durant 68-68 — 136 Neal I anc,ester 68-68 — 136 Davis Love III 67-70 — 137 Rocco Mediate 69-68 — 137 Paul tiow 69-68 — 137 Franklin Langham 68-70 — 138 Brand! lobe 69-69 — 138 Steve Flkington 71-67 — 138 Luke Donald 68-70 — 138 David Gossett 65-73 — 138 Carl Paulson 71-68 — 139 Ibm Byrum 68-71 — 139 Harrison Frazar 71-68 — 139 Shaun Mn heel 69-70 — 139 Cameron Beekman 73-66 — 139 Lee lanzen 72-67 — 139 lucy Suicidal 69-70 — 139 Stephen Ganglufl 69-70 — 139 Glen Huatiuk 71-72 — 143 Mike Weir 71-72 — 143 Failed to qualify David Morland IV 75-69 — 144 Stephen Ames 72-73 — 145 Richard Zokol 75-71 — 146 Ian l.eggatt 73-73 — 146 BUY.COM TOUR PGA TOUR LEMONT, 111. (AP) Second-round scores from the $4-million PCA Western Open, HERSHEY, Pa. (AP) — scores Thursday from Buy.com Hershey Open, 7,154 yard, par-71 (36-35) the Hershey Golf Club: Rob McKelvey Joel Kribel Darron Stiles Brian Claar Mark Wurtz Scott Sterling Steve Ford Billy Judah Tom ('arter Todd Barranger Tommy Biershenk Cliff Kresge Doug Dunakey Matt Sharkey Robert Garrigus Erie Meeks Michael Bradley Ben Bales DA. Points Mike Perez Bob Friend Tag Ridings John Maginnes Todd Demsey Brad Ott Marco Dawson Omar Uresti Jason Buha Tommy Tolies Jim Rutledge Failed to qualify Todd Fanning Ahmad Bateman Second-round the $425,000 played on the East Course at 68-66 67-68 66-71 70-67 67-70 68-69 69-68 68-70 68-70 67-71 68-70 67-71 71-68 67-72 70-69 71-69 69-71 71-69 68-72 71-69 69-72 70-71 71-70 68-73 70-71 66-75 68-73 72-69 70-71 69-75 75-74 74-76 - 134 - 135 - 137 - 137 - 137 - 137 - 137 - 138 - 138 - 138 - 138 - 138 - 139 - 139 - 139 - 140 - 140 - 140 - 140 - 140 - 141 - 141 - 141 - 141 - 141 - 141 - 141 - 141 - 141 - 144 -149 -150 Tennis ATP/WTA TOUR LONDON (AP) — Results Friday at Wimbledon (seedings in parentheses): Men Singles Semifinals Lleyton Hewitt (I), Australia, del. Tim Henman (4), Britain, 7-5,6 1,7-5. Xavier Malisse (27), Belgium, is even with David Nalbandian (28), Argentina,6-7 (2), 4-6,6-1,6-2, susp., darkness. Doubles Semifinals Mark Knowles, Bahamas, and Daniel Nestor (2), Toronto, def. Bob and Mike Bryan (6), U.S., 7-6 (4), 7-6 (5), 7-6 (4). Donald Johnson and Jared Palmer (I), U.S., are even with Jonas Bjorkman, Sweden, and Todd Woodbridge (5), Australia, 5-7,6-4, susp., darkness. Women Doubles Quarter-finals Serena and Venus Williams (3), U.S., def. Tina Krizan and Katarina Srebotnik (IO), Slovenia, 6-2,6-0. Semifinals Virginia Ruano Pascual, Spain,and Paola Suarez (2), Argentina, def. Cara Black, Zimbabwe, and Elena Likhovtseva (4), Russia, 6-3,3-6,6-4. Motorsport CART-MOLSON INDY Qualifying TORONTO (CP) — Results of qualifying Friday for Sunday’s Molson indy on the 1.755-mile Toronto street circuit (qualifying continues Saturday): I. (6) Cristiano da Matta, Toyota-Lola, 58.487 seconds, 108.024 m.p.h.; 2. (4) Bruno Junqueira, Toyota-Lola, 58.724,107.588; 3. (26) Paul Tracy, Honda-Lola, 58.953,107.170; 4. (12) Kenny Brack, Toyota-Lola, 58.984, 107,114; 5. (27) Dario Franchitti, Honda-Lola, 59.016,107.056; 6. (44) Scott Dixon, toyota Lola, 59.034,107.023; 7. (11) Christian Fittipaldi, Toyota-Lola, 59.082, 106.936; 8. (8) jimmy Vasser, Ford-Cosworth-Lola, 59.102,106.900; 9. (32) Patrick Carpentier, Ford-Cosworth-Reynard, 59.359, 106.437; IO. (IO) Tony Kanaan, Honda I ola, 59.379,106.401. II. (33) Alex Tagliani, Ford-Cosworth-Reynard, 59.390, 106.382; 12. (52) Shinji Nakano, Honda Lola, 59.400, 106.364; 13. (51) Adrian Fernandez, Honda-l.ola, 59.479, 106.22; 14. (20) Townsend Bell,Toyota-Reynard, 59.484,106.213; 15.(9) Michel Jourdain Jr., Ford-Cosworth-Lola, 59.585, 106.033; 16. (55) Mario Dominguez, Ford-Cosworth-Lola, 59.719,105.795; 17. (39) Michael Andretti, Honda-Lola,59.760,105.723; 18. (5) Tora Magi, Toyota-Reynard, 59.035,105.414. BRANDONOSUN (TransCanada Highway) CARRIER Of The Week Alain and Cecile Corriveau Brandon, MB Please help us congratulate Alain and Cecile Corriveau of Brandon, MB. They have been selected as our newest Carriers of the Week. Alain and Cecile have been Brandon Sun carriers now for almost 3 years. They are responsible for the service and management of a paper route containing twenty Brandon Sun subscribers. Although this is a relatively small route it requires commitment and effort to maintain. Alain and Cecile are prompt, reliable, and courteous. Their outstanding route-manage-ment skills and excellent service have made them an asset to both the Brandon Sun and their neighbourhood. L)n behalf of their customers and the staff here at the Brandon Sun, we would like to congratulate Alain and Cecile for their outstanding effort. Keep up the good work!!! Carrier will receive a free Teen Burger Combo courtesy of A+W on the TransCanada Highway. Trophies provided by ISI ;