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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 29, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba B4 BRANDON SUN. Saturday. June 29, 2002    Scoreboard G£ PGA TOUR MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Second round scores Friday from the $3.8-million St. Jude Classic, held at the 7,030-yard, par 71 TPC Southwind-Host Course: Glen ll na! ink 65-65 — 130 Pat Bales 68-63 — 131 (av Haas 67-64 — 131 Notah Begay III 66-65 — 131 Mall Kuchar 66-66 — 132 Justin Leonard 66-66 — 132 Tim Petrovic 65-68 — 133 John Riegger 66-68 — 134 Robert Gamez. 70-64 — 134 lason Hill 68-66 — 134 Doug Barron 67-67 — 134 lim (Tarter 68-67 — 135 Rich Beem 67-68 — 135 Boo Weeklcv 67-68 — 135 Steve Pate 67-68 — 135 Steve Flesch 69-67 — 136 Robert Damron 68-68 — 136 Joel Fdwards 73-63 — 136 David Gossett 71-65 — 136 |ohn Daly 66-70 — 136 Tom Byram 73-63 — 136 Frank Nobilo 72-64 — 136 Edward Fryatt 67-69 — 136 Ted Trvba 68-68 — 136 Brian Bateman 68-68 136 Donnie Hammond 70-66 — 136 Cameron Beckman 69-67 — 136 Kirk Triplett 69-67 — 136 David Toms 68-68 — 136 David Dowser 66-70 — 136 David Morland IV 69-68 — 137 lan Leggatt 71-67 — 138 Failed to Qualify Richard Zokol 73-70 — 143 Stephen Ames 73-74 — 147 PGA SENIOR TOUR OWINGS MILL, Md. (AP) — Scores Friday from the second round of the $2.5-million US United States Senior Open, .it the 7,00 yard, par 71 ('aves Valiev Golf Club: Walter Hall 70-65 — 135 lose Maria Canizares 68-68 — 136 Tom Kite 69-67 — 136 R.W. Saks 64-73 — 137 I red Gibson 69-69 — 138 Tom Watson 67-71 — 138 Isao Aoki 69-69 — 138 Allen Doyle 70-69 — 139 i mn L PRO-LINE ODDS lid Dougherty Raymond Floyd Jay Overton Vicente Fernandez Don Pooley Git Morgan Fanny Wadkins Terry Mauney Roy Vucinich Jim Thorpe harry Nelson Bob Gilder Dave Barr Failed to qualify Dan Halldorson LPGA TOUR 71-69 — 140 73-68 — 141 71-70 — 141 71-70 — 141 71-70 — 141 72-69 — 141 73-68 — 141 72-69 — 141 72-70 — 142 70-72 - 142 71-71 — 142 71-71 — 142 73-73 — 146 75-75 — 150 CANADIAN TOUR GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) Opening-round scores from thee $1.2-mil-lion ShopRite Classic, held at the 6,071-yard, par 71 Bay Course of the Marriott Scaview Resort: Rate Golden    34-30    —    64 lull Inkster    30-35    —    65 l.orie Kane    32-33    —    65 Tracy Hanson    34-32    —    66 Michele Redman    35-32    —    67 Julie Piers    32-35    —    67 Jenny Lidback    35-32    —    67 Stephanie Kecver    33-34    —    67 Johanna Head    34-33    —    67 Betsy King    35-33    —    68 Jean Bartholomew    35-33    —    68 Natalie Gulbis    34-34    —    68 Annika Sorenstam    33-35    —    68 Nanci Bowen    35-33    —    68 Pat Hurst    36-33    —    69 Mitz.i F.dge    33-36    —    69 Shiho Katano    34-35    —    69 Candie Kung    34-35    —    69 Jung Yeon Lee    37-32    —    69 Alison Nicholas    34-35    —    69 Rosie Jones    35-34    —    69 Camwood    32-37    —    69 Leslie Spalding    35-34    —    69 Dawn Coe-Jones    35-36    —    71 A. J. Eathorne    37-34    —    71 Angela Buzminski    39-35    —    74 Nancy Harvey    35-39    —    74 Gail Graham    40 36    —    76 PITT MEADOWS, B.C. (CP) — Scores Friday after the suspended second round of the Canadian Tour’s $150,000 Cdn Greater Vancouver Classic, at the 7,000 yard, par-72 Sw’an-e-set Bay Resort (a- amateur; 78 players still on course when rain suspended play Friday, will finish rounds Saturday morning): lain Steel    66-67    —    133 Ken Duke    65-69    —    134 KyleKovacs    69-67    —    136 Stuart Anderson    67-71    —138 Chris Locker    67-71    —    138 Michael Mitchell    71-67    —    138 Jason Schultz    70-68    —    138 Davidson Matyczuk 71-68    —    139 Dave Christensen    70-70    —    140 Bob Conrad    73-67    —    140 Michael Harris    69-71    —    140 Bobby Kalinowski    72-68    —140 Eddie Maunder    71-69    —140 Andy Johnson    69-72    —    141 Craig Marseilles    70-71    —141 David McKenzie    70-71    —141 Drew Scott    71-70    —141 Zoltan Veress    67-74    —141 BUY.COM TOUR KNOXVILLE, Tenn scores Friday from Open, held at the Den Country Club: Scott Sterling Patrick Sheehan Curt Byram Sonny Skinner Todd Barranger Hunter Haas Stan Utley D.J. Brigman (in Park Doug Dunakey Jason Gore Todd Fischer Chris Tidland Jason Caron Aaron Baddcley Mark Wurtz Tommy Biershenk Ahmad Bateman Failed to qualify Todd Fanning . (AP) — Second-round the $425,000 Knoxville 7,142-yard, par 72 Fox 68-67 — 135 69-68 — 137 67-70 — 137 68-69 — 137 67-71 — 138 70-68 — 138 70-68 — 138 70-68 — 138 71-68 — 139 71-68 — 139 69-70 — 139 67-72 — 139 67-72 — 139 71-68 — 139 71-68 — 139 70-69 — 139 68-71 — 139 70-70 — 140 72-74 — 146 Baseball ASSOCIATED PRESS Tom Kite reacts to missed birdie putt yesterday. ft Select CBL SATURDAY, JUNE 29 Game Vis Hm V H SATURDAY, JUNE 29 BBL I NYK NY -0.5 Game Vis Hm V T H o/u BBL 2 CHG CHI -0.5 BBL I NYK NY 1.95 - 1.50 8.5 BBL 3 ATL BOS -1.5 BBL 2 CHG CHI 1.75 - 1.65 10.5 BBL 4 MTL TOR -0.5 BBL 3 ATL BOS 2.15 - 1.40 8.5 BBL 5 ST OAK -0.5 BBL 4 MTL TOR 1.75 - 1.65 9.5 BBL 6 FLA TB -0.5 BBL 5 SF OAK 1.65 - 1.75 9.5 BBL 7 MIL MIN -1.5 BBL 6 FLA TB 1.60 - 1.80 9.5 BBL 8 ARZ CLE -0.5 BBL 7 MIL MIN 2.30 - 1.35 10.5 BBL 9 PHI BAL -0.5 BBL 8 ARZ CLE 1.90 - 1.55 9.5 BBL IO SD KC -0.5 BBL 9 PHI BAL 1.55 - 1.90 8.5 BBL ll PIT DET -1.5 BBL IO SD KC 1.75 - 1.65 9.5 BBL 12 CIN STL -0.5 BBL ll PIT DET 2.15 - 1.40 8.5 BBL 13 HOU TEX -1.5 BBL 12 CIN STL 1.80 - 1.60 9.5 BBL 14 COL SEA -1.5 BBL 13 HOU TEX 2.15 - 1.40 11.5 BBL 15 LA ANA -0.5 BBL 14 COL SEA 2.45 - 1.30 8.5 BBL 15 LA ANA 1.60 - 1.80 9.5 • In the event of a discrepancy between this inlormation and the official into from POINT SPREAD Western Canada Lottery Corporation, the latter shall prevail. East Division Montreal Ottawa Hamilton Toronto West Division Winnipeg Edmonton Saskatchewan Calgarv B.C. Note: Teams losing in overtime are awarded one point; the CFL includes overtime losses in the loss column. WEEK I Friday Results Saskatchewan 30 Ottawa 27 (OT) Winnipeg 39 Toronto 15 W L T OTL F A P I 0 0 0 27 20 2 0 I 0 I 27 30 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 15 39 0 w L T OTL F A P I 0 0 0 39 15 2 I 0 0 0 27 21 2 I 0 0 0 30 27 2 0 I 0 0 21 27 0 0 I 0 0 20 27 0 On Tov TODAY MUNDA ULBERG Gone Fishin' Get the family out for some fishing fun National Fishing Week will be held from July 6-14. Across Canada, from the east coast to the west coast, anglers are encouraged to participate and help to introduce new anglers to sport fishing. Fishing is a great outdoor activity that whole families can participate in. Most of us have a memory of some kind when it comes to fishing. The magic in children’s eyes when they land their first fish, gathering up the gang and some hot dogs or sandwiches and heading outdoors for the day, or just watching grandpa out at the dock patiently waiting for one last bite. Fishing is a relaxing thing to do, its fun and can cost very little. National Fishing Week was designed as a nationwide awareness campaign by the fishing industry, government as well as outdoor organizations to help and encourage Canadians to discover sport fishing. Canada is blessed with over one million rivers, lakes and streams as well as three oceans. Fishmg our great outdoors is unsurpassed anywhere in the world and is one of the few sports that can be done regardless of age or ability. You can opt to be the casual weekend angler or the serious dedicated one. Either way, angling is one very good way to spend a relaxing day with someone you enjoy. Baseball Canada Day senior tourney — at Westbran Stadium: Brandon vs Oak River, 9 a.m. Birlie vs Killarney, 11:30 a.m. Yorkton vs Lloustons Stars, 2 p.m. Devil’s Lake vs Ora Dental, 4:30 p.m. B-Side semifinal, 7 p.m. Peewee tournament — at Simplot MiUcnncum Park: Round Robin: at South Diamond: Estevan vs N. Winnipeg, 9 a.m. Oil Dome vs Intertake, 11:30 a.m. Oil Dome vs Estevan, 2 p.m. N.Wpg vs Interlake, 4:30 p.m. Estevan vs Interlake, 7 p.m. ut North Diamond: Regina vs Spts Excellence, 11 a.m. St. James vs Carillon, 1:30 p.m. Spt Excellence vs Carillon, 4 p.m. St. James vs Regina, 6:30 p.m. Bantam exhibition — Brandon vs interlake, at BGI diamond, I and 3 p.m. Fastball Girls youth tournament — at Simplot Millenneum Park: Squirt division: Round robin: at Diamond No. 3: Virden vs Brandon, 11 a.m. Moose Min vs Binscarth, I p.m. Brandon vs Moose Mtn, 3 p.m. Binscarth vs Virden, 5 p.m. Peewee division: Round robin: at Diamond No. I: Virden vs Bdn Plbing, 9:30 a.m Boiss. vs Binscrth, 11:30 a.m. Portage vs Hamiota, 1:30 p.m. StAndrews vs Killarney, 3:30 p.m. Hamiota vs Virden, 5:30 p.m. Binscarth vs StAndrews, 7:30 p.m. Killarney vs Boissevain,9:30 p.m. at Diamond No.3: Bdn Plmbg vs Portage, 7:30 p.m. Bdn Plmbg vs Hamiota,9:30 p.m. Midget division: at Diamond No.4: JC Supply vs SpExcellence,9 a.m. Hamiota vs Sp Excellence, 11 a.m. Hamiota vs J&G Supply, I p.m. Semifinal: 2nd place vs 3rd place, 5 p.m. Championship Final: 1st 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, 2 p.m. B-side final, 4:30 p.m. A-side final, 7 p.m. All games at Westbran Stadium Peewee tournament — at Simplot Millenneum 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, at 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 tourney — at Simplot Millenneum Park: Squirt division: at Diamond No.3: Round robin: Moose Mtn vs Virden, 9 a.m. Brandon vs Binscarth, 11 a.m. Semifinals: Isl place vs 4th place, I p.m. 2nd place vs 3rd place, 3 p.m. Championship Final: Semifinal winners, 5 p.m. Peewee division: ut Diamond No. I: Round Robin: Boiss. vs St. Andrews, 9:30 a.m Virden vs Portage, 11:30 a.m. Championship semis: 1st Pool A vs 2nd Pool B, at Diamond No.4,3:30 p.m. 1st Pool B vs 2nd Pool A, at Diamond No.1,3:30 p.rn Championship final: at Diamond No.l,7:30p.m Edmonton 27 Calgary 21 Saturday Game B.C. at Hamilton,6:30 p.m. (TSN) Tuesday Result Montreal 27 B.C. 20 WEEK 2 Wednesday, July 3 Montreal at Toronto, 6 p.m. (TSN) Thursday, July 4 Ottawa at Edmonton, 8 p.m. (TSN) Friday, July 5 Hamilton at Winnipeg, 7:30 p.m. (TSN) Calgary at Saskatchewan, 8:30 p.m. FRIDAY Tor. 15 at Wpg. 39__ First Quarter Tor — TD Mitchell I pass from Jackson (Prefontaine convert) 4:18 Second Quarter Wpg — FG Westwood 42 5:19 Tor — TD O’Shea 14 interception, lateral to Fletcher 65 (Prefontaine convert) 7:51 Wpg — TD Bruce III 20 pass from Jones (Westwood convert) 11:14 Wpg — TD A. Brown 45 pass from Jones (Westwood convert) 14:32 Third Quarter Tor — Single Prefontaine 31 4:57 Wpg — TD Stegall 3 pass from Jones (Westwood convert) 9:30 Wpg — TD Stegall 83 pass from Jones (Westwood convert) 15:00 Fourth Quarter Wpg — Single Westwood 85 0:02 Wpg — TD Bruce Iii 6 pass from Jones (Westwood convert) 7:51 Toronto    7 7 IO— 15 Winnipeg 0 17 14 8— 39 Attendance 24,063. Sask — TD Henry 41 pass from Greene (McCallum convert) 13:30 Second Quarter Oft — TD Crowley I run (Scouris convert) 5:10 Ott — FG Scouris 19 11:16 Third Quarter Sask — TD Bendross 11 pass from Greene (McCallum convert) 11:40 Fourth Quarter Sask — FC. McCallum 230:15 Ott — TD Oliver 18 pass from Crowley (Scouris convert) 3:56 Sask — TD Holmes 20 run (McCallum convert) 8:43 Ott — TD Davis 11 pass from Crowley (Scouris convert) 12:34 Sask — FG McCallum 37 15:00 Overtime Sask — PG McCallum 54 Sask    7 0    7 13 3    — 30 Ottawa    3 IO    0 14 0    — 27 Attendance — 26,898. YARDSTICKS Sask Ott First downs 16 4 Yards rushing 181 139 Yards passing 239 172 Total offence 420 311 I'eam losses IO 16 Net offence 410 295 Passes made-tried 16-3515-30 Return-yards 162 146 Intercepts-yards by 1-0 1-0 Fumbles-lost OO 1-0 Sacks by I I Punts-average 8-47 8-38 Penalties yards 9-15512-55 Lime of possession 28:5831:02 Individual YARDSTICKS Tor Wpg First downs 12 23 Yards rushing 78 143 Yards passing HO 329 Total offence 188 472 Team losses 60 7 Net offence 128 465 Passes made-tried 12-2321 32 Return-yards 187 138 lntercepts-yards by 2-79 2-35 Fumbles-lost 2-0 1-1 Sacks by 0 5 Punts-average 10-38.87-40.3 Penalties-yards 12-8913-1 IO Time of possession 29:2930:31 Individual Rushing: lur — Zanders 13-33, Jackson 4-31, Bishop 3-13, Daniels l l; Wpg — Roberts 19-124, lunes 2-16,Sellers 1-3. Receiving: Tor — Morreale 3-41, Plumber 3-22, Williams 1-18, Davis 2-16, Mitchell 2-12, Daniels 1-1; Wpg — Stegall 7-140, Brown 3-73, Sellers 3-50, Roberts 4-29, Bruce 111 2-26, Howell 2-11. Passing: for — Jackson 11-16,89 yds, I TDs, 2 ints. Bishop 1-7-21-0-0; Wpg — Jones 19-29-320-2-5, Barnes 2-3-9-0 0. Sask. 30 at Ott. 27 First Quarter Ott — EG Scouris 29 4:30 Buy your Grad a “set of wheels” Derbies • Sask Landing Walley — July 27-28, Kyle, Sask. • Red Catfish Classic — Aug. 16-17, Lockport If your group or organization is having a derby or you have any reports or questions please send the details and a contact name and number to: Jig N' Rig Bait and Tackle, 701-4th Street, Brandon, R7A 3H6, or fax us at (204) 727-7962, or e mail at jignrtg(a),hot-mail.com Grad Special $3999a Peg. * 201 Rosser Ave. 727-5817 • 1-888-652-4222 Communities in Bloom 2002 Yard Lovers Unite! Call now to be part of this summer’s Open Garden lours. Do you have: • a dream garden/ • a feature pond or fountain.7 • a uniquely landscaped business.7 For information, please contact Pat Zmetana at 726-5351 £sso Visit the Hi-way Esso (18th Street North on Trans Canada) over the July Long Weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) and receive a FREE Brandon Sun BRASpOKpSlN when filling up with gas! BSQ Meats & Supplies NATIONAL LEAGUE Fast Division W L Pct GB Atlanta 49 30 .620 6 1/2 Montreal 42 36 .538 Florida 40 39 .506 9 New York 39 39 .500 9 1/2 Philadelphia 35 42 .455 13 Central Division W L Pct GB St. Louis 42 34 .553 Cincinnati 41 37 .526 2 Houston 35 43 .449 8 Pittsburgh 35 43 .449 8 Chicago 32 45 .416 IO 1/2 Milwaukee 28 51 .354 15 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB I os Angeles 49. 29 .628 3 Arizona 46 32 .590 San Francisco 44 33 .571 4 1/2 Colorado 38 41 .481 ll 1/2 San Diego 33 47 .413 17 Saturday Game Cincinnati (Dessens 4-4) at St. Louis (T.Smith I O), 8:IO p.m. FRIDAY I.INESCORE Cincinnati    OOO 200 OOO — 2    IOO St. Louis    OOI 010 IOX — 3    8 0 Reil.sma (L.3-6), BChcn (7), Williamson (7) and CMillcr; Simonlacchi (W.6-1), Kline (8), Isringhauscn (S,17) (9) and Matheny. HR: Gin — JEnearnacion (15). AMERICAN LEAGUE_____________ East Division W    L    Pct    GB New York    49    30    .620    — Boston    46    29    .613    I Baltimore    37    40    .481    ll Toronto    31    45    .408    16    1/2 Tampa Bay    27    50    .351    21 Central Division W    L    Pct    GB Minnesota    45    35    .563 Chicago    39    41    .488    6 Cleveland    37    ll    .474    7 Kansas City    30    46    .395    13 Detroit    26    51    .338    17    1/2 West Division W    L    Pct    GB Seattle    49    29    .628 Anaheim    45    32    .584    3    1/2 Oakland    44    34    .564    5 Texas    35    44    .443    14    1/2 Friday Results Intcrleaguc Colorado at Seattle N Los Angeles at Anaheim N San Francisco at Oakland N Saturday Games Atlanta (Millwood 4-5) at Boston (Lowe 11-3), 12:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Leiter 7-6) at N.Y. Yankees (Lilly 3-5), 12:05 p.m. Chicago (fobs (Prior 2-1) at Chicago White Sox (Garland 6-5), 12:15 p.m. Montreal (Yoshii 2-2) at Toronto (Walker 3-0), 3:05 p.m. San Francisco (Schmidt 3-2) at Oakland (l.idle 2-6),3:05 p.m. Florida (Tavarez 5-4) at Tampa Bay (Kennedy 5-6),5:15 p.m. Milwaukee (Cabrera 3-5) at Minnesota (Kinney 2-6),6:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Beimel 1-1) at Detroit (Weaver 5-8),6:05 p.m. Arizona (B.Anderson 2-7) at Cleveland (Finley 4-9),6:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Padilla 10-4) al Baltimore (Johnson 2 5),6:05 p.m. San Diego (Tomko 4-5) at Kansas City (Sedlack 0-0), 6:05 p.m. Houston (Saarloos 0-2) at Texas (Burba 4-4), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (Hampton 4-8) at Seattle (Garcia 10-5), 8:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Ishii 11-3) at Anaheim (Sele 6-5), 9:05 p.m. FRIDAY LINESCORF.S Montreal    OOO    OOI    IOO —    2 4    0 Toronto    OOO    DIO    OOO —    13    2 Armas Jr. (W.8-7), ScStewart (S,9) (8) and Schneider; Halladay (1,9-4), Politte (8), Lyre (8),Cassidy (9) and Huckaby. HR: Mil — Tatis (9). Chi Cubs    062    OOO    IOO —    9 ll    0 Chi Sox    OOO    136    03x —    ’3 12    I Wood, Fassero (6), Borowski (I.,2-4) (6), Zambrano (7), Farnsworth (7), Beltran (8) and Girard!, Hundley (7); DWright, MGinter (W,l-0) (3), Osuna (7), Marie (8), Howry (8), Wunsch (8), Foulke (9) and MLJohnson. HRs: Che — Patterson (7), Gonzalez (9); ChW — Konerko 2 (20). Philadelphia    OOO    312    OOO —    6 7    0 Baltimore    110    OOO    OOO —    2 8    1 Wolf (W.4-6), CSilva (8) and Lieberthal; Driskill (L,5 I), Brock (7), YPerez (9) and GGil.HRs: Pha — Rollins (7), Burrell (19), JeGiambi (7), Rolen (11); Bal — Mora (IO), J Leon (I). Arizona    OOO    OOI 010 — 2    4    1 Cleveland    OOO    700 I Ox — 8    7    2 MBatista (L.4-5), Mantei (4), Swindell (6), BKim (8) and Barajas; Sabathia (W.6-6), Riggan (8) and EDiaz. HRs: Cle Magruder (3),Burks (13),Thome (22). Pittsburgh    OOO    021 OOO — 3    IO    0 Detroit    OOO    OOO IOO — I    2    2 Fogg (W.8-6), Boehringer (8), MiWilliams . (S,22) (9) and Kendall; MRedman (L.3-8), J Santana (8), (Walker (9) and Inge. HR: Del — Inge (6). Florida    OOO    OOO OOO — 0    5    0 Tampa Bay    030    (HIO I Ox — 4    9    0 Dempster (I.,5-7) and Redmond; WAIvarcz (W.2-2), TPhelps (8), Yan (9) and Flaherty. HR: TB — Sandberg (7). Atlanta    OOI    010 002 — 4    ll    I Boston    OOI    OOO IOO — 2    5    2 Maddux, Gryboski (6), CHammond (7), Holmes (7), Rcmlinger (W,4-0) (8), Smoltz. (S.26) (9) and Blanco; Burkett, Embree (8), Garces (8), Wakefield (L.2-3) (9) and Varitek. N.Y.Mets    OOI 310 000— 5 9 2 N.Y.Yankees 015 022 Olx —1112 I D’Amice (L.,4-7), BMfones (5), Cerda (6), Komiyama (8) and VWilson; Mussina (W.ll-3), ©Hernandez (S,I) (6) and Posada. HRs: - NYM — TPerez (5), Vaughn (8), Cedeno (3); NYY — Posada 2 (13). Milwaukee    OOO    OOO    IOO    —    I    4    0 Minnesota    020    200    Olx    —    5    9    0 BSheets (L.4-9), de los Santos (7) and Machado; Santana (W.3-1), Fiore (9) and Pierzynski. HRs: Min — Mohr (7), Pierzynski (5). Houston    020    003    OOI    —    6    8    0 Texas    002    010    011    —    5    IO    I Oswalt (W.8-5), Stone (8), Wagner (S,12) (8) and Ausmus; Park (L,3-4),Van Poppel (8) and I Rodriguez. HRs: Hou — Bcrkman (24), Merced (4); Tex — ARodriguez (24), Mench (8). San Diego    501 210 010 — IO 15 I Kansas City 012 140 51x— 14 18 0 l awrence, Cyr (L,0-1) (5), Fikac (7), Lundquist (7) and I.ampkin; Asencio, MSuzuki (I), Bailey (5), Grimsley (W.3-3) (7), Mullen (9) and Maync. HR: KC — MiSweeney (14). LATE THURSDAY Oakland 130 000 000 — 4 9 0 Seattle 203 200 OOx — 7 12 0 Zito (L.10-3), Fyhrie (4), Koch (8) and GMyers; RSoriano, Halama (W.3-2) (3), RFranklin (8), Rhodes (S,l) (9) and BDavis. HRs: Oak — GMyers (5); Sea — EMartinez (I) Local Links Rushing: Sask - Greene 7-116, Shaw 10-29, Holmes 2-25,Szarka 3-11—; Ott — Davis 13-72, Crowley 4-46, Nohra 7-21. Receiving: Sask — Bendross 5-90, Henry 5-79, Jackson 3-38, Shaw 2-17, Armstrong 1-15; Ott — Oliver 4-64, Davis 4-53, Brown 2-12, Montana 2-19, Ashley 1-9,Cummings 1-9,Nohra 1-6. Passing: Sask — Greene 5-35,239 yds, 2 TDs, I ints; Ott — Crowley 5-30-172-2-1. Edm. 27 at Cgy. 21 First Quarter I dm — TD Williams 24 pass from Maas (Fleming convert) 3:15 Edm — FG Fleming 11 10:05 Fdm — TD Brazell 101 pass from Maas (Fleming convert) 14:05 Second Quarter Edm — TD Vaughn 7 pass from Maas (Fleming convert) 3:42 Third Quarter Cal — TD Tounkara 7 pass from Crandell (Mcloughlin convert) 8:33 Fourth Quarter Edm - FG Fleming 21 8:47 Cal — TD Johnson 57 pass from Crandell (McLoughlin convert) 12:34 Cal — TD Anderson 27 pass from Crandell (McLoughlin convert) 14:22 Edmonton 17 7 0 3— 27 Calgary 0 0 7 14— 21 Attendance 33,584. use WESTMAN TOUR_____________ Standings (As of June 23) Player    Pts Scott Davidson, Brandon (I)    59.5 Rob Hall, Brandon    45 Junior Brake, Boissevain (I)    43 Myles Hubbard, Minnedosa (I)    35 Mike Zebinski, Killarney    35 Allen Wall, Killarney (11    34.5 Bill Ratt, Brandon    25.5 Andy Oakden, Brandon    23.5 Jamie Stone, Minnedosa    23 Dale Coulter, Brandon    22 Rick Piche, Brandon (I)    20 Grant Coulter, Brandon (I)    20 HAPPY CORKER LADIES LEAGUE_____________________________________ (As of June 29) PTS Chris Coulter    19 Val Giesbrecht    17 Kathleen Spalding    17 MyrnaSchween    15 Rosanna Rae    15 Alison Carter Squire    14 Curia Richardson    13 Stacie Popien    12 Charlotte Evanyshyn    12 Cindy Rey    11 Cheryl Forsythe    9 Cora Lee Baker    9 Ruth Smith    9 Cyndi Solon    9 loan Duguid    9 DELORA1NE SENIORS’ SPRING TOURNAMENT THURSDAY MEN Championship Flight — I. Bob Ferris 71; 2. Keith Sambrook 76; 3. Andy Sunaert 78; 4. Zyggy Klimcak 79 First Flight — I. Bert Hicks 86; I. Run (fossils 86; 3. Ed Baker 86: 4. Frank Stouffer 86. Second Flight — I. Howie Leeson 90; 2. Doug Dodos 90; 3. Art Mensch 90; 4. Bob Hicks 90. Third Flight — I. Herb Leach 96; 2. Lloyd Awalt 96; 3. Wayne White 96; 4. Jack Mitchell 96. Fourth Flight — I. Malcolm Mclnnesl03; 2. George Bcernaert 103; 3. Alvin Howarth 103; 4. (ierald Sproule 104 WOMEN Championship Flight — I. Eva Johnson 94; 2. Cheryle Smart 96; 3. Rosemary Sambrook 96. First Flight — I, Julie Nestibo 116; 2. Clara Adams 116; 3. Judy Cassils 117; 4. Moira Bonar 119. 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