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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 25, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba B4 BRANDON SUN, Tuesday, June 25, 2002 Scoreboard Local Links YELLOWHEAD INTERCLUB BEST BALL Cilenboro 19 at Shilo 17 Dwight Kearns and Stewart Burnett, Shilo (71) dot'.Trent Leeccand Mitch Book, Cilenboro (73), 9 1/2-8 1/2; Brad l.ohr and Ken Karlandcr, Cilenboro (71) del. Steve Blair and Dwight Edwards, Shilo (73), IO 1/2-7 1/2. TAURUS LEGENDS BEST BALL INTERCLUB Souris pepsi 15 at Minnedosa 21 Bill Lonsdale and Merv Robinson, Minnedosa (73) del. Bob Balbar and Larry Morris, Souris (77), 11-7; Barry Tcgg and dennis Scott, Minnedosa (78) del. Max Webber and berg Devins, Souris (80), 10-8. Transactions BASEBALL Major League Baseball MLB Suspended Boston RUP Frank Castillo for five games, and fined him an undisclosed amount, for making contact with third base umpire Bill Wclke during a game against San Diego on lune 19. FOOTBALL_______________________ National Football League CINCINNATI BENGALS—Signed DT Pcrnell Davis to a two-vcar contract. Hockey WESTMAN SUMMER MONDAY Division 3 Webber Printing IO Little Italy 5 Subway 6 Bonanza 0 Division I Burger King 13 Inferno 4 Auto Racine CART MONEY LEADERS I.Cristiano da Matta,$348,500; 2. Bruno lunqueira, $238,250; 3. Dario Franchitti, $202,750; 4. Christian Fittipaldi, $185,750; 5. Michael Andretti, $181,250; 6. Paul Tracy, Toronto, $176,500; 7. Michel (ourdatn, $167,500; 8. Alex Tagliani, Lachenaie, Que., $143,500; 9. Max Papis, $142,000; IO. Patrick Carpenter, )oliette, Que., $140,500 II. Kenny Brack, $139,750; 12. Adrian Fernandez, $136,000; 13. limmv Vasser, $130,750; 14. Scott Dixon, $126,250; 15. Townsend Bell, $106,250; 16. Toranosuke Takagi, $93,000; 17. Shinji Nakano, $81,750; 18. Tony Kansan, $80,500; 19. Mario Dominguez, $79,250; 20. Oriol Servia, $56,750, NASCAR ___________ MONEY LEADERS I. Mark Martin, $3,201,510; 2. Ward Burton, $2,817,726; 3. Sterling Marlin, $2,302,557; 4. Tony Stewart, $2,303,319; 5. Ryan Newman, $2,2%,756; 6. Jeff Gordon, $2,272,818; 7. Elliott Sadler, $2,051,414; 8. Matt Kenscth, $2,011,522; 9. Ricky Rudd, $1,995,908; IO. Dale )arrett, $1,915,'507. II. Dale Earnhardt, Jr., $1,829,572; 12. Bobby Laborite,$1,810,908; 13. )eff Burton, $1,771.491; 14. Rusty Wallace, $1,749,685; 15. Kurt Busch, $1,741,941; 16. Bill Elliott, $1,652,547; 17. Kevin Harvick, $1,582,010; 18. Terry Labonte, $1,541,705; 19. Jimmie Johnson, $1,531,712; 20. Michael Waltrip, $1,471,825. IRL MONEY LEADERS I. Helio Castroneves, $2,033,515; 2. Felipe Giaflone, $797,465; 3. Gil de Ferran, $768,415; 4. Sam (tarnish Jr., $721,815; 5. Alex Barron, $662,115; 6. Jeff Ward, $642,115; 7. Al Unser lr, $623,265; 8. Scott Sharp, $560,165;9. Billy Boat, $547,015; IO. Airton Dare, $540,215. II. Tomas Scheckter, $531,315; 12. Laurent Redon, $526,715; 13. Eddie Chewer lr., $521,515; 14. Buddy Lazier, $505,115; 15. Richie Hearn, $493,515; 16. Paul Tracy, Toronto, $489,315; 17. George Mack, $478,165; 18. Robbie Buhl, $439,515; 19. Arie Luvcndyk, $343,815; 20. Greg Ray, $322,215. NBA Sampson, Houston, C, Virginia; 1982- lames Worthy, Los Angeles Lakers, F, North Carolina; 1981 — Mark Aguirre, Dallas, F, DePaul; 1980—Joe Barry Carroll, Golden State, C, Purdue; 1979—Earvin Johnson, Los Angeles Lakers, G, Michigan St.; 1978 Mychal Thompson, Portland, C, Minnesota; 1977—Kent    Benson, Milwaukee, C, Indiana Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE Fast Division \5 L Pct GB New York 47 28 .627 Bust oil 45 27 .625 1/2 Baltimore 35 38 .479 II Toronto 30 42 .417 15 1/2 tampa Bay 24 49 .329 22 Central Division VV L Pct GB Minnesota 43 33 .566 — Chicago 36 40 .474 7 Cleveland 35 40 .467 7 1/2 Kansas City 26 46 .361 15 Detroit 26 47 .356 15 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB Seattle 46 28 .622 Anaheim 43 30 .589 2 1/2 Oakland 43 31 .581 3 Texas 33 41 .446 13 Monday Results Minnesota 5 Chicago White Sox 4 Texas 8 Anaheim 5 (1st gm) Anaheim at Texas (2nd gin) N Oakland at Seattle N Tuesday Games Cleveland (Bae? 5-5) at Boston (E.Castillo 5-7), 6:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte l l) at Baltimore (Ponson 3-4),6:05 p.m. Toronto (Loaiza 3-4) at Tampa Bay (Sturtze0-8),6:15 p.m. Anaheim (Schoeneweis 6-5) at Texas (Valdes 4-6), 7:05 p.m. Detroit (Maroth l l) at Kansas City (Suppan 5-6), 7:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Buehrlc 10-5) at Minnesota (Milton 8-5), 7:05 p.m. Oakland (Hudson 5-6) at Seattle (Baldwin 5-6),9:05 p.m. MONDAY L1NESCORES First Game Anaheim    120    OOO    101    -571 Texas    021    022    Olx    —8    12    1 Sole (L,6-5), Shields (5), Donnelly (6) and Fabregas, BMolina (8); Benoit (W,2-0), JAlvarez (6), Telford (6), Rocker (8), FCordero (9), Irabu (9) and IRodriguez. HRs: Ana Erstad 2 (6),GAnderson (15). Chi Sox    003    OOI    OOO    — 4    7    0 Minnesota    OOI    OOI    21x    — 5    12    2 Garland, Wunsch (7), Howry (L,0-l)(8) and MLJohnson; Kinney, Hawkins (W,3-0)(7), Guardado (S,22)(9) and Picrzynski. HRs: ChW — Ordonez (13),Valentin (IO); Minn — THunter (18). NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 47 29 .618 — Montreal 40 34 .541 6 Florida 39 36 .520 7 1/2 New York 38 37 .507 8 1/2 Philadelphia 32 41 .438 13 1/2 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 40 32 .556 Cincinnati 38 36 .514 3 Chicago 32 41 .438 8 1/2 Houston 32 42 .432 9 Pittsburgh 32 42 .432 9 Milwaukee 26 49 .347 15 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 46 28 .622 Arizona 45 29 .608 I San Francisco 41 32 .562 4 1/2 Colorado 37 38 .493 9 1/2 San Diego 32 43 .427 14 1/2 NO.I DRAFT SELECTIONS 2001 kwante Brown, Washington, F-C, Glynn Academy HS; 2000 -Kenyon Martin, New Jersey, F, Cincinnati; 1999— Elton Brand, Chicago, F, Duke; 1998 Michael Olowokandi, Los Angeles Clippers, C, Pacific; 1997—Tim Duncan, San Antonio, C, Wake Forest; 1996 Allen Iverson, Philadelphia, G, Georgetown; 1995—)oe Smith, Golden State, C, Maryland; 1994—Glenn Robinson, Milwaukee, F, Purdue; 1993—Chris Webber, Orlando, F, Michigan; 1992 Shaquille O’Neal, Orlando, C, Louisiana Slate; 1991—Larry Johnson, Charlotte, F, UNLV; 1990 - Derrick Coleman, New Jersey, F, Syracuse; 1989 -Pervis Ellison, Sacramento, C, Louisville; 1988 Danny Manning, Los Angeles (Tippers, F, Kansas, 1987 David Rob inson. San Antonio, C, Navy; 1986 Brad Daugherty, Cleveland, C, North Carolina; 1985—Patrick Ewing, New York, C, Georgetown; 1984 Akeern Olajuwon, Houston, C, Houston; 1983 Ralph Monday Results Atlanta 3 N.Y. Mots 2 Chicago Cubs 6 Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 15 Florida 4 Colorado at Los Angeles N San Francisco at San Diego N Tuesday Games Cincinnati (Pineda 0-3) at Chicago Cubs (Clement 5-4), 1:20 p.m. Montreal (Ohka 7 3) at Pittsburgh (Benson 0-4),6:05 p.m Philadelphia (Person 2-4) at Florida (Burnett 8-5),6:05 p.ni Atlanta (Lopez 1-3) al N.Y. Mels (Trachsel 5-6), 6: IO p.m. Arizona (Schilling 12-3) at Houston (Redding 3-4),7:05 p.m. San Francisco (l)rtiz 6-4) at San Diego (Pickford 0-2), 7:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Rusch 4-5) at St. Louis (Morris 10-4), 7:20 p.m. Colorado (Thomson 6-6) at los Angeles (Perez 8-3),9:IO p.m. MONDAY L1NESCORES Philo    202    107    111    —15 170 Florida    010    OOO    003    — 4 8 I Padilla (W.10-4), (Santiago (6), Nickle (8) and Lieberthal; Tavarez (L.5-4), izquierdo (6), Neat (6), Darensbourg (8) and (Johnson, RCastro (8). HRs: Pha BAbreu (5), Burrell (18), Lieberthal (6); Fla — Millar (5), RCastro (4). Atlanta    IOO    OOI    OOI    — 3    8 I NYMets    OOO    OOI    IOO    2    60 Millwood, Remlinger (7), Gryboski (W,2 I )(8), Smoltz (S,24)(9) and J Lopez, Blanco (7); Letter, Weathers (7), Strickland (1..6 4)(8), Guthrie (9) and Piazza. HRs: All JuFranco (3), Lockhart (4); NYM Bu rn it/ (9). Cincinnati    OOO    002    (111    —4    80 Chi Cubs    OOO    IOO    32x    —6    IOO Dessens, Williamson (L,2-2)(7), Riedling (8) and I.aRue; Prioi, Fassero (W,2-5)(7), Farnsworth (8), Alfonseca (S,11 )(9) and Hundley, Girardi (9). HR: Chi DcShields (3). ASSOCIATED PRESS Marat Safin reaches to return the ball during his victory over Cedric Pioline. Tennis ATP/WTA TOURS LONDON (AP) Results Monday of top players from the $13.21-million US Wimbledon Tennis Championships (seed ing in parentheses): Men’s Singles First Round Marat Safin (2), Russia, del. Cedric Pioline, France, 7-6 (7), 6-2,6-3. Andre Agassi (3), U.S., clef. Hard Levy, Israel, 6-0,6-4,6-4 Yevgeny Kafelnikov (5), Russia, del. Dominik llrbatv, Slovakia, 6-1, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (7). Pete Sampras (6), U.S., del Martin Lee, Britain, 6-3,7-6 (I). 6-3. Andv Roddick (ll), U.S., del Boluian Ulihrach, Czech Republic, 6-1,31, retired Jiri Novak (12), Czech Republic, del. Fernando Mdigeni, Brazil, 2-6,6-0,6-4,6-4. Thomas Enqvist (14), Sweden, del. Arvind Parmar, Britain,6-1,6-4,6-4. Andrei Pavel (15), Romania,del Kenneth Cartsen, Denmark, 6-4,6-1,3-6,6-3. Fernando Gonzalez, Chile, del luau Ignacio Chela (19), Argentina, 6-3,3-6,1-6, 7-5,6 3. Taylor Dent, U.S., def. Max Mirnyi (21), Belarus, 4-6,6-4,7-6 (3), 6-4. Greg Rusedski (23). Britain, cfd. lurgen Mdzer, Austria, 6-1,6-4,7 5. Todd Martin (26), U.S., def. Davide Sanguinetti, Italy, 6-3,6-4,7-6 (I). Richard Krajicek, Netherlands, del. Franco Squillari, Argentina, 6-2, 7-5, 7-6 (5). Mark Philippoussis, Australia, del. Julien Boulter, France, 6-3,3-6,6-1,6-2. Vince Spadea, U.S., def. Magnus buisson, Sweden, 3-6,7-6 (4), 6-7 (2), 6-4,6-1. Nicolas Kiefer, Germany, def. Juan Balcclls. Spain, 6 3,2 6,5-7,7-5,6 3. Jan-Michaei Gambili, U.S., def Nicolas Massu, Chile, 6-3,7-6 (9), 6-3. Amaut! Clement. France, def. Albert Montancs, Spain, 6-3,6-4,6-0. Women’s Singles First Round Serena Williams (2), U.S., del. F.vie Dominikovic, Australia, 6-1,61. Jennifer Capriati (3), U.S., del lunette Husarova, Slovakia, 6-1,6-4. Sandrine bestud (8), France, del. Auca Bania, Germany,6 7 (3), 6-4,6-1. Jelena Dokic (7), Yugoslavia, del. Flcna Tatarkova, Ukraine, 7-6 (4), 6-4. Amelie Mauresmo (9), France, del Iveta Benesova,Czech Republic,6-1,6-7 (0),6-2. Danida Hantuchova (ll), Slovakia, def. Cristina Torrens Valero,Spain,6-3,6-2. Mcghann Shaughnessy (13), U.S., def. Lucie Ahi, Britain,6 2,6-2. Iroda lulvaganova (14). Uzbekistan, def. Silvija Talaja, Croatia, 2-6,6-2,6-4. Anastasia Myskina (18), Russia, del. Eva Dyrberg, Denmark, 2-6,6-1,7-5. Tatiana Panova (21), Russia, del. Anna Kournikova, Russia, 6-1,4 6,6-4 Anne Kremer (22), Luxembourg, def. Gala Leon Garcia, Spain, 6-4,6-4. Nathalie Dechy (25), France, def. Mariana Diaz Oliva, Argentina, 6-2,6-3. Daiu Bedanova (26), Czech Republic, def. Seda Noorlander, Netherlands,6 1,6-2. Clarita Fernandez (30), Argentina, def. Ludmila Cervanova. Slovakia, 6-3,6 3. Mary Pierce, France, def. Alicia Molik, Australia, 6-4,4-6,8-6. Chanda Rubin, U.S., def. Asa Svensson, Sweden, 6-3,6-2. On Tao Soccer TODAY p.m. Baseball Manitoba Senior — Brandon vs. Baldur, at Westbran Stadium, 7 p.m. Oak River at Birde, 7 p.m. Houstons Senior B — Expos vs. Simplot, at Kinsmen Stadium, 7 p.m Oil Dome Midget Virden at Reston,7 p.m. Melita at Hartney, 7 p.m. Sports Excellence at Dcloraint Fastball Brandon Commercial Men’s Mavericks vs. Clanwilliam, at Curran Park Diamond 2,7:15 p.m National Exchange vs. Barnacles, at Curran Park Diamond 1.7:15 p.m Clanwilliam vs. Native Sons, at Curran Park Diamond 2.9 p m Soccer Westman Women’s -Cyclones vs. Minnedosa, at Shilo, 7:30 p m Hockey Westman Sumrnei — Kings vs. Central Auto Body, at (fptimist Arena,6:15 p.m. Wings vs. Sabres, at Kinsmen Stadium, / p.m Blazers vs. Selects, at Optimist Arena, 7:30 p.m Flyers vs. Canadians, at Kinsmen Arena, 8;15 p.m. Stallions vs. Hawks, at Optimist Arena,8:45 p.m. WEDNESDAY Barnacles vs Burger King, at Optimist Arena,6:45 p.m. Spt Exc Stars vs Inferno, at Optimist Arena,8 p.m. West Fit vs Spt Exc Stallions, at Kinsmen Arena, 7 p.m. Bonanza vs Little Italy, at Kinsmen Arena, 8:15 p.m. Soccer Brandon Senior men’s — Kickers al Minnedosa,7:30 p.m. BYSA CUP WHI Baseball Manitoba Senior Brandon at Neepawa, 7 p.m. Houstons Senior B — T hunderbird vs Hamiota, at Westbran Stadium, 6:30 pun Expos vs Houstons Hitmen, at Kinsmen Stadium,7 p.m. Simplot vs Hamiota, at Westbran Stadium, 8:30 p.m. Santa Clara — Neepawa at Minnedosa, 7 p.m Arden at Plumas, 7 pun Cypress River at carberry, 7 p.m. Southwest — Souris at Melita, 7:30 pun Hockey Westman Summer — TORONTO (CP) Canadian Hockey League alLslu: and all-rookie teams, av chosen by NHI s (a ntral Scouting: First Team Goal: Ray Emery, Sault Ste. Marie (OHL). Defencemen Dan Hamhuis, Prince George (WHL); Danny Groulx.Victoriaville (CJM JHI,). Forwards Pierre Marc Bouchard, Chicoutimi (QMJHL); Joffrey Lupul, Medicine Hat (WHI.) Nathan Robinson, Belleville (OIH.). Second Team Goal: Cam Ward, Red Deer (WHI.). Defencemen Filip Novak, Regina (WHI ); Steve Eminger, Kitchener (OHL). Forwards Brad Boyes, Erie (OHL); t ors Pecker, Erie (OHL); Josef Balej, Portland (WHI.). Third Team Goal David Chant, Barrie (OHL). Defencemen Mark Popovic, Toronto (OHL); Kevin Ilallman.Guelph (OHL). Forwards    Jason    Fultonville, Shawinigan (QMJHL); Ales Hemsky, Hull (QMJHL); Forward: Nathan Barrett, 1-ethbridgc (WHI.) All Rookie Team (ioal lason Baiushihua, Plymouth (OHL). Defencemen Marlin Vagner, Hull (QMJHL); Fedor I 'juno, Guelph (OHL). Forwards: Nathan Horton, Oshawa (OHL); Patrick O’Sullivan, Mississauga (OHL); Mihail Yakubov, Red Deer (WHI ). ANNUAL TOURNAMENT ASIDE GIRLS Under IO Rivers 3 Forbidden Flavours 2 Under 12 Assante I Paddock Drilling 0 (kicks) Under 14 Xentel 2 Gord's Quick Print I Under 18 Minnedosa 4 T he Wood Joynt 3 BOYS Under IO I NM Window Doors 4 Minnedosa I Under 12 Minnedosa 3 Eye Outfitters I Under 14 Round robin I Minnedosa 2. McDonald’s Under 18 Round robin 1. Ficck Insurance 2. National Exchange FIFA WORLD CUP Goy PCA TOUR Tm Money ll $4,055.1(8) 18 $3,653,426 16 $1,899,599 15 $1,834,813 17 $1,820,035 12 $1,804,767 17 $1,780,686 ll $1,775,(8)2 18 $1,737,757 12 $1,736,880 15 $1,717,640 18 $1,671,676 9 $1,634,389 16 $1,601,472 13 $1,572,283 16 $1,556,992 17 $1,404,238 15 $1,383,069 17 $1,376,677 17 $1,349,573 17 $1,146,165 16 $886,017 15 $600,500 15 $341,192 ll $24,904 MONEY LEADERS 1. l iger Wooiis 2. Phil Mickelson 3. David Toms 4. Sergio Garcia 5 Vijav Singh 6. Jose Maria Olazabal 7. Shigeki Maruyama 8. Nick Price 9. Chris DiMarco 10. Ernie Els 11. Justin Leonard 12. Jerry Kelly 13. Ret id’Gooscn 14. Brad Faxon 15. Rocco Mediate 16. Jim Furyk 17. Kenny Perry 18. Scott McCarron 19. Craig Perks 20. K.|. Choi 25. Stephen Ames 36. tan I eggatt 61. Mike Weir 99. Glen Hnatiuk 202. Richard 7.okol STATISTICAL LEADERS Scoring Average I, Tiger Woods, 68.63. 2, Nick Price, 69.26.3, Ernie Els, 69.27.4, Phil Mickelson, 69.32. 5, Vijay Singh, 69.42. 6, lose Maria Olazabal, 69.60. 7, David Toms, 69.76. 8, Peter Lonard, 69.77. 9, Justin Leonard, 69.83. IO,Sergio Garcia,69.87. Driving Distance I, |ohn Daly, 305.3.2, Tiger Woods, 294.8. 3, Tim Herron, 293.0. 4 (tie), Mathew Goggin and Sergio Garcia, 291.6. 6, Chris Smith, 291.3. 7, David Duval, 290.5. 8, Charles Howell III, 290.4. 9, Dennis Paulson, 290.1. IO, Angel Cabrera, 289.9 Driving Accuracy (Per cent) I, Fred Funk, 80.6.2, Scott Vcrplank, 78.8. 3 (tie), Fulton Allcm and Olin Browne, 77.6. 5, Jim Furyk, 77.0.6, Glen Day, 76.4.7, Glen Hnatiuk, 76.3. 8, Nick Price, 76.1. 9, Kirk Triplett, 75.3. IO, Heath Slocum, 75.2. Greens in Regulation I, Tiger Woods, 72.8.2, Chris Smith, 70.0. 3,Tom I chman,69.9.4,Cameron Beckman, 69.5. 5, lim Furyk, 69.0. 6, Kenny Perry, 68.9.7, Vijay Singh, 68.3.8, Bob Estes, 68.2. 9, Fred Funk,68.1. IO, David Toms,67.9. Total Driving I, Sergio Garcia, 46.2, Tiger Woods, 72.3, Duffy Waldorf, 76. 4, Robert Allenby, 79. 5 (tie), Chris Smith and Cameron Beckman, 81. 7, Kenny Perry, 84. 8 (tic), Chad Campbell and Briny Baird, 85. IO, Charles Howell 111.86. Putting Average I, Bob Hcintz, 1.675. 2, Geoff Ogilvy, 1.716. 3 (tie). Brad Faxon, David Toms and Ben Crane, 1.722.6, Phil Mickelson, 1.724.7 (tie), Scott Vcrplank and Angel Cabrera, 1.725. 9, Relief Gooscn, 1.726. IO, Mark Calcavecchia, 1.728. Birdie Average I, Phil Mickelson, 4.41.2, Relief (loosen, 4.23. 3, Tiger Woods, 4.20. 4, Lee Janzen, 4.12.5, Mark Calcavecchia, 4.10.6, Cameron Beckman, 4.06. 7, Geoff Ogilvy, 4.04. 8, 4 tied with 4.00. Sand Save Percentage I, Jose Maria Olazabal,67.2. 2, Miguel A. Jimenez, 63.2. 3, Ernie Els, 62.0. 4, Tiger Woods, 61.4.5, Scott McCarron, 60.9.6, Phil Mickelson,60.5.7,Cameron Beckman, 59.7. 8, Shigeki Maruyama, 59.3.9, Lcn Mattiace, 59.2 IO, John Huston, 59.1. WORLD RANKINGS 12. Padraig Harrington 13. Chris DiMarco 14. Darren Clarke 15. Colin Montgomerie 16. Bob Estes 17. Angel Cabrera 18. Rocco Mediate 19. Kenny Perry 20. Mike Weir 70. Stephen Ames LPGA TOUR Ire 4.74 USA 4.65 Nlr 4.53 Sco 4.30 USA 4.29 Arg 4.19 USA 4.13 USA 4.05 Can 3.98 T8rT 1.89 MONEY LEADERS I . Annika Sorenstam Tm ll Money $1,354,054 2. Se Ri Pak IO $710,806 3. Laura Diaz 12 $581,089 4. Mi Hyun Kim 12 $491,497 5. Juli Inkster IO $455,015 6. Karrie Webb 9 $401,414 7. (iraee Park 12 $378,680 8. eristic Kerr 13 $372,899 9. Rosie Jones ll $357,590 IO. Maria Hjorth 12 $286,198 I l.Carin Koch 13 $285,163 12. Beth Daniel 9 $255,403 13. Janice Moodic 12 $254,995 14. Rachel Teske ll $254,091 15. Hee-Won Han 13 $247,768 16. Michele Redman 12 $247,007 17. Kelly Robbins IO $230,176 18. Mhairi McKay 13 $223,992 19. Laura Davies 9 $209,074 20. Liselotte Neumann 12 $206,576 21. Lorie Kane IO $204,853 54. Dawn Coe-Jones 6 $66,277 90. A.J. Eathorne IO $34,432 117. Angela Buzminski 8 $14,602 154. Nancy Harvey 7 $5,764 1. Tiger Woods 2. Phil Mickelson 3. Ernie Els 4 Relief (loosen 5. Sergio Garcia 6. David Toms 7. David Duval 8. Vijay Singh 9. Davis Love 111 10. Nick Price 11 lim Furvk USA 16.80 USA 10.95 SAf 7.56 SAI 7.01 Spn 6.84 USA 6.26 USA 5.75 Fij 5.46 USA 5.13 Zim 4.98 USA 4.94 STATISTICAL LEADERS Scoring l.Annika Sorenstam,68.87.2, Se Ri Pak, 70.28. 3, Grace Park, 70.29. 4, Juli Inkster, 70.53.5, Mi Hyun Kim, 70.70.6 (tie), Kau ie Webb and Laura Diaz, 70.75.8,Carin Koch, 71.00.9, Rosie Jones, 71.03. IO, Beth Daniel, 71.25. Greens in Regulation I, Annika Sorenstam, .792. 2, Beth Daniel, .726. 3, Se Ri Pak, .718. 4, eristic Kerr, .714.5, Laura Diaz, .711 .6,Carin Koch, .708. 7, Catriona Matthew, .707. 8, Helen Alfredsson. .706. 9, Candie Kung, .704. IO, Kris Tschetter, .701. Top IO Finishes I, Annika Sorenstam, .909. 2, Se Ri Pak, .700.3,Grace Park, .667.4, Juli Inkster, .600 5, Karrie Webb, .556.6, Mi Hyun Kim, .500. 7, Carin Koch, .462. 8, Laura Diaz, .417. 9, Laura Davies, .333. IO (tie), Hee-Won Han and eristic Kerr, .308. Driving Distance I, Grace Park, 269.1.2, Akiko Fukushima, 269.0. 3, Wendy Doolan, 267.6. 4, Sherri Turner, 267.0. 5, Maria Hjorth, 266.8. 6, Tamie Durdin, 265.6. 7, Kelly Robbins. 265.5.8, Sophie Gustafson, 265.1.9, Annette Dcl.uca, 264.5. IO, Wendy Ward, 262.5. Sand Saves I, Carri Wood, .700.2, Laura Diaz, .618.3, Barb Mucha, .556.4, Mi Hyun Kim, .545.5, Kelli Kuehne, .522. 6 (tie), Leslie Spalding, Vicki Goetz.e-Ackerman, Liselotte Neumann, Maria Hjorth and Candie Kung, .500. Birdies I, Grace Park, 176. 2, Annika Sorenstam, 171. 3, Carin Koch, 162. 4, Mhairi McKay, 160.5, Mi Hyun Kim, 149.6, Maria Hjorth, 148. 7 (tie), Laura Diaz and eristic Kerr, 144. 9 (tie), Hee-Won Han and Catriona Matthew, 142. Driving Accuracy I, Luciana Bemvenuti, .838. 2, Suzy Green, .832. 3 (tic), Annika Sorenstam and Suzanne Strudwick, .831. 5, Mi Hyun Kim, .827.6, Joanne Morley, .826. 7, Rosie Jones, .824. 8, Yu Ping Lin, .813. 9, Joanne Mills, .808. IO, Mamie McGuire, .806. Putting Average I, Nancy Lopez, 27.00.2, Nancy Scranton, 28.23.3 (tie), Liselotte Neumann and Grace Park, 28.68. 5, Barb Mucha, 28.69. 6, Jan Stephenson, 28.77. 7, Juli Inkster, 28.86. 8, Rosie Jones, 28.87. 9, Rachel Teske, 28.97. IO, Silvia (Cavalieri, 28.98. Triathlon Si. MALO TRIATHLON Sportligk JUNE 25 SEMIFINALS Tuesday Game At Seoul Germany vs. South Korea, 6:30 a.m. (CIM., 6 a m. live; TSN, Wednesday 2:30 am. delayed) Wednesday Game At Satanta, Japan Brazil vs. Turkey, 6:30 a.m. (CBG, 6 a.m. live; TSN,Thursday,2: Mi a m. delayed) THIRD PLACE Saturday, June 29 At Daegu, South Korea Semifinal losers, 6 a.in (CBG, 5:30 a.m., live, INN, Sunday,2 a rn.delayed) CHAMPIONSHIP Sunday, June 30 At Yokohama, Japan Semifinal winners, 6 a.in (CBG, 5:30 a.m. live; TSN, Monday, 2 a.nt. delayed) Westman Triumphs Results MALE (1,500m swim/40km cycle/lOkin run) Aged 30-34    -    5.    Scan McKiernan, 2 hours, 29 minutes, 32 seconds; 7. Brent McDonald, 2:34:44 Aged    40-44    4    Dave Ferguson, 2:31:13; 8Charlie Booth, 2:42:15 Aged    50-55    I.    Doug Pickering, 2:21:26 FEMALE (1,500m swim/40km cycle/lOkin run) Aged    35-39    I    Corinne Elliott, 2:42:17 Aged 50-54    I. 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