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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 28, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba ScoreboardBRANDON SUN, Friday, June 28, 2002 B3 Golf WHL PCA TOUR MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Opening round scores Thursday from the $3.8 million St. Jude Classic, held at the 7,030 yard, par 71 TPC. Southwind Host Course (note: [lite to rain delays 78 golfers unable to comp etc round. They will finish first round Priday morning): Glen llnatitik 32-33 — 65 Tim Petrovic 33-32 — 65 Matt Kuchar 33-33 — 66 Justin Leonard 31-35 — 66 Garrett Willis 32-34 66 Notah Begay 111 .32-34 - 66 David Dowser 34-32 — 66 Dean Pappas 34.33 _ 67 Doug Barron 36-31 — 67 Steve Pate 33-34 — 6; Paul Stankowski 34-34 68 Nick Price 33-35 — 68 David Toms 36-32 — 68 Spike McRoy 35-33 — 68 Bob May 34-34 — 68 Scan Murphy 34-34 — 68 Bob Heintz 32-36 - 68 Rod Paneling 35-34 — 69 Kirk Triplett 32-37 — 69 Cameron Beckman 35-34 _ 69 Len Mattiace 36-33 — 69 Loren Roberts 35-34 — 69 Carl Paulson 36-33 — 69 Tommy Armour III 34-35 - 69 David Morland IV 33 36 — 69 Stephen Ames 38-35 — 73 Failed to complete round Ian Leggatt DNL Richard Zokol DNF PCA SENIOR TOUR OWINGS MITT, Md (AP) — Scores Thursday following the suspended opening round of the $2.5 million Senior U.S. Open, played at the 7,000 yard, par 71 Caves Valley Golf Club (note: due to light ning delays, 31 golfers unable to complete round and will finish first round on Friday morning): R.W. Eaks 33-31 — 64 Tom Watson 35-32 — 67 James Mason 35-33 — 68 lose Maria Canizares 34-34 — 68 Isao Aoki 33-36 — 69 (im Ahern 36-33 — 69 Fred Gibson 34-35 — 69 Paul Simson 34-36 — 70 Jim Thorpe 36-34 - 70 )oe Inman 35-36 _ 71 (ay Overton 34-37 — 71 Vicente Fernandez 38-33 — 71 Dick Mast 35-36 — 71 F.d Sabo 32-39 — 71 Larry Nelson 36 35 — 71 Bob Gilder 36-35 — 71 Ed Dougherty 37-34 — 71 Terry Mauney 34-38 — 72 Fuzzy Zoeller 36-36 — 72 Bobby Wadkins 34-38 — 72 Tony Peterson 38-34 — 72 Stewart Ginn 36-36 — 72 (iii Morgan 36-36 — 72 Mark Pfeil 35-37 — 72 )ohn Godwin 37-35 — 72 Roy Vucinich 35-37 — 72 Dave Barr 36-37 — 73 Dan Halldorson 39 36 — 75 BUY.COM TOUR KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Scores Thursday following the rain-shortened opening round of the $425,000 US Knoxville Open, played at the 7,242-yard, par-72 (36-36) Fox Den Country Club (note: 30 golfers wert unable to com jlete round due to rain and will finish first round on Friday morning): Todd Fischer 35-32 - 67 Chris Tidland 37-30 - 67 Todd Barranger 32-35 - 67 Curt Byrum 34-33 -- 67 Patrick Moore 34-34 - 68 Sonny Skinner 35-33 - 68 Scott Sterling 34-34 - 68 Tommy Biershenk 34-34 - 68 Arron OberhoJser 34-34 - 68 )ocy Maxon 33-36 - 69 Vie Wilk 34-35 - 69 Roland Thatcher 34-35 - 69 Andy Dillard 34-35 - 69 Charles Warren 33-36 - 69 Brian Wilson 36-33 69 Jason Gore 34-35 - 69 Tag Ridings 35-34 69 Ben Bates 34-35 - 69 Craig Bowden 32-37 - 69 Patrick Sheehan 32-37 - 69 Diaries Raulerson 33-37 - 70 Joe Daley 35-35 - 70 Ted Purdy 32 38 - 70 Patrick Burke 36-34 70 Harry Taylor 35-35 - 70 Hunter Haas 36 34 70 Ahmad Bateman 36 34 - - 70 Todd Fanning 35-37 - 72 (on Mills 36 40 - 76 EUROPEAN TOUR CORK, Ireland (AP) Leading scores Thursday from the $ 1.55 million Irish Open golf tournament at the 6,927-yard, par-71 Fola Island course: Nick Dougherty 32-34 66 Joakun Hacggman 33-33 - 66 Fred Funk 32 34 66 Peter O’Malley 32-34 66 Eduardo Romero 35 31 - 66 Lee Westwood 33-34 67 Gordon Brand, |r. 31-36 67 Colin Montgomerie 34 33 67 Des Smyth 35-32 67 Carl Petterson 35 32 67 David Gilford 32-36 68 Jonathan Lomas 34 34 68 Malcolm Mackenzie 36 32 68 Steen Tinning 37-31 - 68 Stuart Little 35-33 - 68 Mark McNulty 34 34 68 Ignacio Garrido 35-33 - 68 Miguel Martin 35-33 68 Richard S. Johnson 32 36 68 Carl Suneson 34 34 68 TORONTO (CP) A list of players selected in Thursday’s second round of the Canadian Hockey l eague’s import draft with drafting dub, position and country: 56. Mississauga, Pavel Voroshnnin, D, Russia; 57. Sherbrooke, Tomas Iglo, D, Slovakia; 58. Tri City, |osef Vavra, EW, Czech Republic; 59. Sudbury, Marko Kovaccvic, C, Yugoslavia. 60. Cape Breton, Michal Barinka, D, Czech Republic; 61. Seattle, Adam Drgon, I), Slovakia; 62. l ondon, Anton Teppert, TW, Alist ria; 63. Chicoutimi, ilascak Marek, TW, Slovakia; 64. Portland, Roman Prazak, C, Czech Republic; 65. Guelph, Tmil Bucic, I), Slovakia; 66. Rouyn Noranda, Traistan Vauclair, C, Switzerland; 67. Swift Current, Jan Lojck, TW, Czech Republic; 68. Saginaw, pass; 69. Val-d’Or, pass; 70. Medicine Hat, pass. 71. Oshawa, pass; 72. Drummondville, pass; 73. Moose Jaw, Petr Jelinek, C, Czech Republic; 74. Kingston, pass; 75. Quebec, pass; 76. Tri City, pass; 77. l ondon, pass; 78. Ritnouski, /.bynck Hrdel, ti, Czech Republic; 79. Tri City, pass; 80. Sarnia, Anton Kadeykin, D, Russia. 81. Hull, pass; 82. Calgary, pass; 83. Windsor, Alexander Shevchenko, TW, Ukraine; 84. Baie-Comcau, pass; 85. Kelowna, pass; 86. Peterborough, pass; 87. Chicoutimi, pass; 88. Prince George, Tukas Cvejn, D, Slovakia; 89. Kitchener, pass; 90. Victoriaville, pass. 91. Spokane, pass; 92. Guelph, pass; 93. Cape Breton, pass; 94. Portland, pass; 95. Ottawa, pass; 96. Halifax, pass; 97. Kootenay, pass; 98. Belleville, pass; 99. Shawinigan, pass; IOO. Kamloops,pass IOT Sault Ste Marie, pass; 102. Acadie Bathurst, pass; 103.1.ethbridgc, Anni Jussi Miettinen, TW, Finland; 104. Barrie, pass; 105. Brandon, pass; 106. Trie, pass; 107. Swift Current, pass; 108. Toronto, pass; 109. Red Deer, pass; I IO. Plymouth, pass. Local Links = TAURUS TEGENDS BEST BATT INTF.RCTUB Thursday Result Carberry 15.5 at Souris Tegion 20.5 Reg Tang and Matt Hrabarchuk, Souris (72) def. Glen Duncan and Tarry Anderson, Carberry (74), 10-8; Joe O’Greysik and Jim Kohut, Souris (72) def. Floyd Grierson and Jim Marnock, Carberry (75),IO 1/2-7 1/2. Baseball On Tov AMERICAN LEAGUE Canadian Maureen Drake is on to the third round at Wimbledon. East Division W I, Pct GB Boston 46 28 .622 New York 48 30 .615 — Baltimore 37 39 487 IO Toronto 31 44 .413 15 1/2 Tampa Bay 26 50 .342 21 Central Division W L Pct GB Minnesota 44 35 .557 Chicago 38 41 .481 6 Cleveland 36 41 .468 7 Kansas City 29 46 .387 13 Detroit 26 50 .342 16 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB Seattle 48 29 .623 — Anaheim 45 32 .584 3 Oakland 44 33 .571 4 Texas 35 43 .449 13 1/2 Tennis Soccer WORLD CUP THIRD PEACE Saturday’s Game At Daegu, South Korea South Korea vs. Turkey,6 a.m. (GBC) (TSN, Sunday, 2 a.m. delayed) CHAMPIONSHIP Sunday’s Game At Yokohama, Japan Brazil vs. Germany, 5 a m. CBG (TSN, Monday, 2 a.m. delayed) ROAD TO FINAU BRAZIE First Round Brazil 2 Turkey I Brazil 4 China 0 Brazil 5 Costa Rica 2 Second Round Brazil 2 Belgium 0 Quarter-final Brazil 2 England I Semifinal Brazil I Turkey 0 Germany First Round Germany 8 Saudi Arabia 0 Germany I Ireland I Germany 2 Cameroon 0 Second Round Germany I Paraguay 0 Quarter-final Germany I U.S.O Semifinal Germany I South Korea 0 GOEDEN BAI T NOMINEES YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP) — The shortlist of players nominated for the Golden Ball for the best player of the 2002 World Cup (the winner will be announced on July 2): Michael Ballack, Germany Roberto Carlos, Brazil El Hadji I liouf, Senegal Fernando Hierro, Spain Hong Myung bo, South Korea Oliver Kahn, Germany Rivaldo, Brazil Ronaldo, Brazil Ronaldinho, Brazil Hasan Sas, Turkey FONDON (AP) Results Thursday of seeded players and Canadians at Wimbledon (seedings in parentheses): Men’s Singles Second Round Tleyton Hewitt (I), Australia, def. Gregory Carraz, France, 6-4,7-6 (5),6-2. Tim Henman (4), Britain, def. Scott Draper, Australia, 3-6,6-3,6-4,6-3. Jeff Morrison, U.S., clef. Juan Carlos Ferrero (9), Spain,6-3,7-5,7-6 (5). Feliciano Lopez, Spain, def. Guillermo Canas (IO), Argentina, 4-6,6-2,7-6 (7), 7-5, 10-8. Nicolas F.scude (16), France, def. Marc Rosset, Switzerland, 6-2,5-7,7-5,6-4. Rainer Schuettler (17), Germany, def. Sargis Sargsian, Armenia, 6-3,6-0,6-1. Sjeng Schalken (18), Netherlands, def. Michael Chang, U.S., 7-6 (2),6-3,4-6,6-1. Mikhail Youzhny, Russia, def. Gaston Gaudio (24), Argentina,6-0,1-6,7-6 (2), 5-7,6-4. Adrian Voinea, Romania, def. Fabrice Santoro (25), France, 6-2,6-4,3-6,6 3. Wayne Ferreira, South Africa, def. Ivan l.jubicic (30), Croatia, 6-4,6-4,3-6,4-6,6-3. Andre Sa, Brazil,def. Stefan Koubek (31), Austria, 3-6,7-6(3), 7-5,6-3. Julian Knowlc, Austria, def. Jarkko Nieminen (32), Finland,6-3,6-4,6-3. Women’s Singles Second Round Venus Williams (I), U.S., def. Virginia Ruano Pascual,Spain,6-3,6-l. Monica Seles (4), U.S., def. Rossana Neffa-de los Rios, Paraguay, 6-4,6-0. Elena I.ikhovtseva, Russia, def. Kim Clusters (5), Belgium, 7-6 (5), 6-2. Justine Henin (6), Belgium, def. Denisa Chladkova, Czech Republic, 6-2,7-5. Silvia Farina Elia (IO), Italy, def. Barbara Rittner, Germany, 6-3,6-2. Elena Dementieva (12), Russia, def. Emilie Toil, France,6-1,7-5. I.isa Raymond (16), U.S., def. Wynne Prakusya, Indonesia, 6-4,2-6,6-1. Conchita Martinez, Spain, def. Patty Schnyder (17), Switzerland, 6-1,6-3. Magdalena Maleeva (19), Bulgaria, def. Emmanuelle Gagliardi, Switzerland, 6-4,6-3. Tamarine Tanasugarn (20), Thailand, def. |ana Kandarr, Germany, 6-3,6-4. Iva Majoli (23), Croatia, def. Vera Zvonareva, Russia,7-6 (5),6-2. Ai Sugiyama (27), |apan, def. Virginie Razzano, France, 6-2,6-1. Myriam Casanova, Switzerland, def. Barbara Schett (29), Austria,6-3,3-6,6-3. Elena Baltacha, Britain, def. Amanda Coetzer (32), South Africa, 5-7,6-4,6-2. Maureen Drake, Toronto, def. Jill Craybas, U.S., 6-2,6-2. Local Diamonds= BRANDON COMMERCIAL. MEN’S FASTBACK TEAGUE Thursday Results National Exchange 9 Native Sons I Barnacles 13 Westman Mavericks 0 HOUSTONS SENIOR B BASEBATT TEAGUE Thursday Results Thunderbird Bowl 6 llamiota 5 Ham iota IO Simplot 1 Wednesday Result T bird Bowl 14 Sports Excellence 7 Thursday Results Tampa Bay 6 Toronto 4 Anaheim 6 Texas 3 Chicago White Sox 7 Minnesota 4 Kansas City 5 Detroit 2 N.Y. Yankees 3 Baltimore 2 Cleveland at Boston (ppd. rain) Oakland at Seattle N THURSDAY KINESCOPES Toronto OOO 310 OOO —4 60 Tampa By OOO 030 30x — 6 IOO Carpenter, Cassidy (6), Politte (T, 1-1 )(7), Byre (7), KEscobar (8) and Fletcher; PWilson, Harper (W,3-3)(6), Yan (S,11 )(9) and Flaherty. HRs: Tor — Mondesi (15), JoCruz (ll); TB — Huff (7). Detroit    OOO    OOI    OOI    — 2    6 0 Kan City    012    OOO    20x    — 5    9 0 Sparks (I,,3-8), (Farnsworth (7), Cima (8) and Walbeck; Byrd (W, 10-5), Voyles (7), RHernandez (S,13)(9) and Mayne. HR: KC — MiSweeney (13). Chi Sox    131    OOO    101    —7    160 Minn    OOO    201    IOO    — 4    7 I Glover (W.3-3), Wunsch (6), Biddle (7), Marie (7), Howry (7), Foulke (S,9)(9) and Paul; RReed (T,6-4), Rincon (3), M|ackson (8) and Picrzynski. HRs: ChW — Durham (4), Konerko    (18). NYYankees    OOO    102    OOO    — 3    8 I Baltimore    002    OOO    OOO    — 2    6 0 Dwells (W.8-5), Karsay (7), MRivera (S,19)(9) and Posada; Erickson (T.3-7), BRyan (9), Bauer (9) and Fordyce. HRs: NYY — laGiambi 2(21). Anaheim    OOO    031    002    —    6    111 Texas    OOI    OOO    020    —    3    7 I Washburn (W.8-2), Weber (7), Cook (8), Shields (8), Percival (S,19)(9) and BMolina; RBell (T.3-3), JAlvarez (8), Telford (9) and IRodriguez. HR: Tex — [Rodriguez (3). TATE WEDNESDAY Oakland    OOO    OOO    OOO    —    0    2 I Seattle    OOO    OOO    Olx    —    I    5 I Harang, Venafro (7), Bradford (T,3-2)(7), Mecir (8) and RaHernandez; Moyer, Hasegawa (W,4-1)(8), Sasaki (S,18)(9) and DWilson. Detroit    010    Oil    HO    —    5    110 Kan City    OOO    111    30x    —    6    8 1 Bernero (T.2-3), (Walker (7), Paniagua (7) and Inge; May, Reichert (W,3-5)(7), Grimsley (8), RHernandez (S,12)(9) and Mayne. HRs: [let — Easley (3); KC — Guicl (I),MiSweeney (12). NATIONAL LEAGUE________ East Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 48 30 .615 — Montreal 41 36 .532 6 1/2 Florida 40 38 .513 8 New York 39 38 .506 8 1/2 Philadelphia 34 42 .447 13 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 41 34 .547 — Cincinnati 41 36 .532 I Houston 34 43 .442 8 Pittsburgh 34 43 .442 8 Chicago 32 44 .421 91/2 Milwaukee 28 50 .359 14 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB Los Angeles 49 29 .628 — Arizona 46 31 .597 2 1/2 San Francisco 44 33 .571 4 1/2 Colorado 38 41 .481 ll 1/2 San Diego 33 46 .418 16 1/2 Philadelphia 7 Florida 3 San Francisco 11 San Diego 6 Atlanta at N.Y. Mets (ppd., rain) Friday Games Cincinnati (Reitsma 3-5) at St. I.ouis (Simontacchi 5-1), 7: IO p.m. Interleague Chicago Cubs (Wood 7-5) at Chicago White Sox (Wright 5-8), 1:05 p.m. Atlanta (Maddux 7-2) at Boston (Burkett 7-3),6:05 p.m. Montreal (Armas Jr. 7-7) at Toronto (Halladay 9-3),6:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (D’Amico 4-6) at N.Y. Yankees (Mussina 10-3),6:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Fogg 7-6) at Detroit (Redman 3-7),6:05 p.m. Arizona (Batista 4-4) at Cleveland (Sabathia 5-6), 6:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Wolf 3-6) at Baltimore (Driskill 5-0), 6:05 p.m. Florida (Dempster 5-6) at Tampa Bay (W.AIvarez 1-2),6:15 p.m. Houston (Oswalt 7-5) at Texas (Park 3-3), 8:05 Milwaukee (Sheets 4-8) at Minnesota (Santana 2-1), 7:05 p.m. San Diego (lawrence 7-4) at Kansas City (Asencio 1-1), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (Jennings 8-3) at Seattle (Pineiro 7-3), 9:05 p.m. Cos Angeles (Ashby 7-6) at Anaheim (Appier 6-6),9:05 p.m. San Francisco (T.Hernandez 6-8) at Oakland (Mulder 8-4), 9:05 p.m. THURSDAY TINESCORES Montreal    010    003    3    — 7    130 Pittsburgh    020    OOO    0    — 2    5 0 (6 1/2 ings, rain) Day, Brower (W,3-0)(3), Eischen (7) and Barrett; (Anderson, Villone (T,2-6)(6), Tincoln (6), STowe (7) and Osik, Kendall (7) HRs: Mtl — Macias (2), VGuerrero (17). Cinci    OOO    IOO    002    2—5    HO Chi Cubs    002    OOO    010    1—4    7 0 Hamilton, Sullivan (8), Graves (W,3-1)(9) and CMiller, TaRue (9); Heber, Alfonseca (9), Farnsworth (T,2-1)(IO) and Hundley. HR: ChC — SSosa (27). San Diego    500    OOO    010    — 6    9 I San Fran    005    003    03x    —11    123 larvis, Middlebrook (T,I-3)(3), Tundquist (8) and Tampkin; R|enscn (W.7-6), Fultz (7), Worrell (8), Nen (S,20—(9) and Torrealba. HR: SD — Kingsale (I). Arizona    020    101    OOO    —4    111 Houston    OOO    120    004    — 7    5 1 Helling, Koplove (8), MMyers (8), BKim (T.3-1 )(9) and DMiller; NCruz, Munro (4), Borbon (6), Hotel (W,4-3)(8) and Ausmus. HRs: Hou — Berkman (23), Zaun (2), Ausmus (3). Phila    020    200    300    — 7    IOO Florida    IOO    200    OOO    —3    82 Adams (W.4-5), Plesac (8), CSilva (9) and Lieberthal; Olsen (I,,0-5), Teut (5), Darensbourg (8) and CJohnson. HRs: Pha — MAnderson (5); Fla — Floyd (16). TATE WEDNESDAY Colorado    OOO    020    OOI    — 3    4 I Cos Ang    OOO    210    20x    — 5    9 0 Chacon (T.3-5), DReyes (8) and Estalella; Nomo (W,8-5), Quantrill (8), Gagne (S,28)(9) and To Duca. HRs: Col — Zeile (13), Norton (5); TA — ShGreen (24). Milwau    OOO OOO    002    05    — 7120 St. Touis    OOO 200    OOO    OO    — 280 (ll ings) Quevedo, King (7), TVizcaino (W.5-1) (9), Dcjean (ll) and Machado, Bako (7); BuSmith, Veres (6), isringhausen (9), Stechschulte (T.6-2) (IO), Kline (ll), Timlin (ll) and Matheny,Marrero (IO). Colorado OOO    010    OOO    — I 6 0 Cos Ang 101    401    OOx    —7 130 Neagle (T.4-5), RiWhite (5), Stark (7), Speier (8) and Bennett; Daal (W,6-3), Carrara (7), Orosco (8), Meta (8), Mulholland (9) and To Duca. HRs: Col — Bennett (3); TA — ShGreen (25), BJordan (12),Grissom (IO). TODAY Baseball Manitoba Senior — Oak River at Baldur, 7 p.m. Southwest — llamiota at Reston, 7:30 p m. Peewee tournament — Round robin: Brandon vs St. lames, at Simplot Millennium Park, 6:30 p.m. SATURDAY Baseball Canada Day senior tourney — al Westbran Stadium: Brandon vs Oak River, 9 a.m. Birlie vs Killarncy, 11:30 a m. Yorkton vs Houstons Stars, 2 p.m. Devil’s Take vs Ora Dental, 4:30 p.m. B-Side semifinal, 7 p.m. Peewee tournament — at Simplot Millennium Park: Round Robin: at South Diamond: F.stcvan vs North Winnipeg, 9 a.m. Oil Dome vs Interlake, 11:30 a m. Oil Dome vs F.stevan, 2 p.m. North Winnipeg vs Interlake, 4:30 p.m. Estcvan vs Intcrlake, 7 p.m. at North Diamond: Regina vs Bdn Spts Excellence, 11 a.m. St. James vs Carillon, 1:30 p.m. Bdn Spts Excellence vs Carillon, 4 p.m. St. lames vs Regina,6:30 p.m. Fastball Girls youth tournament — at Simplot Millennium Park: Squirt division: Round robin: at Diamond No. 3: Virden vs Brandon, 11 a.m. Moose Mountain vs Binscarth, I p.m. Brandon vs Moose Mountain, 3 p.m. Binscarth vs Virden, 5 p.m. Peewee division: Round robin: at Diamond No. I: Virden vs Brandon Plumbing, 9:30 a.m. Boisscvain vs Binscarth, 11:30 a.m. Portage vs llamiota, 1:30 p m. St. Andrews vs Kearney, 3:30 p.m. llamiota vs Virden, 5:30 p.m. Binscarth vs St. Andrews, 7:30 p.m. Killarney vs Boissevain, 9:30 p.m. at Diamond No.3: Brandon Plumbing vs Portage, 7:30 p.m. Brandon Plumbing vs Hamiota,9:30 p.m. Midget division: at Diamond No.4: )8cG Supply vs Sports Excellence, 9 a.m. Hamiota vs Sports Excellence, 11 a.m. llamiota vs J&G Supply, I p.m. Semifinal: 2nd place vs 3rd place, 5 p.m. Championship Final: 1st place vs semifinal winner, 7 p.m. SUNDAY______ Baseball Canada Day senior tourney — B-side semifinal, 9 a.m. A side semifinal, 11:30 a.m. A-side semifinal^ p.m. B-side final, 4:30 p.m. A-side final, 7 p.m. All games at Westbran Stadium Peewee tournament — at Simplot Millennium Park: Round robin: Regina vs Carillon, at North Diamond, 8:30 a.m. North Winnipeg vs Oil Dome, at South Diamond,9 a.m. Seventh-place game: 4th, Pool A vs 4th Pool B, at North Diamond, 12 noon Fifth-place game: 3rd Pool A vs 3rd Pool B, al South Diamond, 12:30 p.m. Third place game: 2nd Pool A vs 2nd Pool B, at North Diamond,2:30 p.m. Championship final: 1st Pool A vs 1st Pool B, at South Diamond, 3 p.m. Fastball Girls youth tournament — at Simplot Millennium Park: Squirt division: at Diamond No.3: Round robin: Moose Mountain vs Virden, 9 a m. Brandon vs Binscarth, 11 a m. Semifinals: 1st place vs 4th place, I p.m. 2nd place vs 3rd place, 3 p.m. Championship Final: Semifinal winners, 5 p.m. Peewee division: at Diamond No. I: Round Robin: Boissevain vs St. Andrews, 9:30 a.m. Virden vs Portage, 11:30 a.m. Championship semifinals: I st Pool A vs 2nd Pool B, at Diamond No.4,3:30 p.m. I st Pool B vs 2nd Pool A, at Diamond No.l,3:30 p.m. Consolation semifinals: 3rd Pool A vs 4th Pool B, at Diamond No.l,5:30 p.m. 3rd Pool B vs 4th Pool A, at Diamond No.4,5:30 p.m. Consolation final: at Diamond No.4,7:30 p.m. Championship final: at Diamond No.1,7:30 p.m. MONDAY_______________ Fastball Barnacles Canada Day tourney — at Curran Park: Pool A round robin: at Diamond No.2: Barnacles vs Clanwilliam, 9 a.m. Fleming, Sask., vs Barnacles, 11 a.m. Clanwilliam vs Fleming, I p.m. Pool B round robin: at Diamond No.3: National Exchange vs Native Sons, 9 a.m. Native Sons vs Winnipeg Brewers, 11 a.m. Winnipeg vs National Exchange, I p.m. A-side semifinals: 1st Pool A vs 2nd Pool B, at Diamond No.2,3 p.m. 1st Pool B vs 2nd Pool A, at Diamond No.3,3 p.m. C-side final: 3rd Pool A vs 3rd Pool B, at Diamond No.1,3 p.m. A-side final: Semifinal winners, at Diamond No.2,5 p.m. CFI MSBL W L T F A P Brandon 13 4 0 83 52 26 Ora Dental 9 5 I 106 78 19 Baldur 8 6 I 99 64 17 Birde 8 7 I 66 54 17 Neepawa 5 IO 2 72 80 12 Oak River 5 IO 0 70 112 IO Killarnev 4 IO I 57 104 9 East Division W E T OTL F A P Montreal I 0 0 0 27 20 2 Hamilton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ottawa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Toronto 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 West Division w I. TOTLF A p Calgary 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Edmonton I) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Saskatchewan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Winnipeg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 B.C, 0 I 0 0 20 27 0 Wednesday Results Brandon 3 Neepawa 0 Ora Dental 12 Killrney 3 Today’s Game Oak River at Baldur, 7 p.m. WEEK I Tuesday Result Montreal 27 B.C. 20 Today’s Games Saskatchewan at Ottawa,6 p.m. (TSN) Toronto at Winnipeg, 7:30 p.m. Edmonton at Calgary,9 p.m. (TSN) Saturday Game B.C at Hamilton,6:30p.m.(TSN) Thursday Results Montreal 7 Pittsburgh 2 (6 1/2 ings,rain) Cincinnati 5 Chicago Cubs 4 (IO ings) Houston 7 Arizona 4 Eos Angeles 7 Colorado I Milwaukee 7 St. Touis 2(11 ings) Transactions Save Your Deductible! HOCKEY National Hockey Teague Bi l l ATO SABRES Re signed I) lay McKee and C Curtis Brown. CHICAGO BTACKHAWKS- Re signed TW Bob Prober! COLUMBUS BIOF IACKETS Re signed G Marc Denis to a multiyear contract. DAT1.AS STARS Signed TW Manny Malhotra to a two-year contract. MONTREAT CANADIENS Named Guy Chamm assistant coach. 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