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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - June 30, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba Scoreboard BRANDON SUN, Sunday. June 30, 2002 B3 =Local Diamonds ORA DENTAL MARLINS CANADA DAY BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Mf SportSeled MSBL (at Westbran Stadium) Saturday Games Quarter-finals Brandon 5 Oak River 4 Birlie 9 Killarney 3 Yorkton 5 Houston} 0 Ora Dental 4 Devil’s l ake 3 B-side semifinal Oak River 5 Killarney 0 Today’s Games B-side semifinal Itoustons vs. Devils Lake,9a.m. A side semifinals Brandon vs. Birtle, 11:30 a.m. Yorkton vs. Ora Dental, 2 p.m. B-side final Oak River vs. Iloustons or Devil’s Lake A side final Semifinal winners, 7 p.m. CANADA DAY CLASSIC YOUTH BASEBALL TOURNAMENT__ at Winnipeg Manitoba Youth 6 Saskatoon 0 New Ulm 11 Manitoba Development 2 Man. Youth IO Thunder Bay (Ont.) I Man. Development IO Edmonton 3 BANTAM BOYS AAA BASEBALL _ Exhibition Interlake 12 Brandon 5 Interlake 3 Brandon 3 Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE Texas 35 45    .438    16 East Division PEEWEE BOYS AAA W L Pct GB BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Atlanta 50 30 .625 _ Montreal 42 37 .532 7 1/2 (at Siniplot Millennium Park) Florida 41 39 .513 9 ROUND ROBIN New York 40 39 .506 9 1/2 POOL A WL T F A P Philadelphia 35 43 .449 14 St. James 2 I 0 31 12 4 Central Division Carillon I 0 I 8 5 3 W L Pct GB Regina I I 0 7 16 2 St. Louis 42 35 .545 — Bdn Spts Fxc 0 2 I 9 22 I Cincinnati 42 37 .532 I Houston 36 43 .456 7 Saturday Games Pittsburgh 35 44 .443 8 Regina 6 Bdn Spts Excellence 4 Chicago 32 46 .410 10 1/2 Carillon 7 St. James 4 Milwaukee 29 51 .363 14 1/2 Bdn Spts Excellence I Carillon I West Division St. James 12 Regina I W I. Pct GB Late Friday Game Los Angeles 50 29 .633 — Si. lames IS Bdn Spts Excellence 4 Arizona 47 32 .595 3 San Francisco 45 34 .570 5 POOL B WL T F A P Colorado 38 43 .469 13 F.stevan 3 0 0 38 ll 6 San Diego 34 47 .420 17 Interlake 2 I 0 20 35 4 Oil Dome 0 2 0 12 17 0 Sunday Game North Winnipeg 0 2 0 ll 18 0 Cincinnati (Pineda I 1-3) at St . Louis Saturday Games Estevan IO North Winnipeg 5 Interlake ll Oil Dome 7 Estevan 6 Oil Dome 5 Interlake 8 North Winnipeg 6 Estevan 22 Interlake I Sunday Games 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: Brandon 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 Interlakc, at South Diamond, 2:30 p.m. Championship final: 1st Pool A vs Estevan, at North Diamond, 3 p.m. GIRLS YOUTH FASTBALL TOURNAMENT (at Simplot Millenium Park) ROUND ROBIN SQUIRT    W    L Brandon    I    0 Moose Mountain I    0 Virden    I    I Binscarth    0    2 Sunday Games 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. (Morris 10-5), 1:10 p.m. SATURDAY LINESCORF, Cinci    OOO    OOI    300    — 4 ll 0 St.Louis    OOO    Oil    OOO    —291 Dessens (W,5-4), Sullivan (7), GW'hite (8), Graves (S,24) (9) and LaRuc; TSmith, Hackman (L.l-3) (7), MMatthews (7), Timlin (8) and Matheny. HRs: Gin — JEncarnacion (16); StL — Edmonds (14), Marrero (7). AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pct GB New York 49 31 .613 Boston 46 30 .605 I Baltimore 38 IO .487 IO Toronto 32 45 .416 15 1/2 Tampa Bay 27 51 .346 21 Central Division W L Pct GB Minnesota 45 36 .556 — Chicago 40 41 .494 5 Cleveland 37 42 .468 7 Kansas City 30 47 .390 13 Detroit 27 51 .346 16 1/2 West Division W L Pct GB Seattle 51 29 .638 — Anaheim 45 33 .577 5 Oakland 45 35 .563 6 Saturday Results Interleague Toronto 5 Montreal 4(10 ings) Atlanta 2 Boston I N.Y. Mots 11 N.Y. Yankees 2 Chicago White Sox 5 Chicago Cubs 4 San Francisco 5 Oakland 3 Florida 3 Tampa Bay 2 Milwaukee IO Minnesota 2 Arizona 4 Cleveland 2 Detroit 2 Pittsburgh I Baltimore 11 Philadelphia I San Diego 8 Kansas City 4(10 ings) Houston 8 Texas 5 Seattle 8 Colorado I Los Angeles at Anaheim N Sunday Games Interleague Montreal (Ohka 7-4) at Toronto (Loaiza 3-4), 12:05 p.m. Atlanta (Marquis 6-4) at Boston (F.Castillo 5-8), 12:05 p.m. Arizona (Schilling 12-3) at Cleveland (Baez6-5), 12:05 p.m. Florida (Burnett 8-5) at Tampa Bay (Sosa OI), 12:15 p.m. Philadelphia (Person 2-4) at Baltimore (Ponson 3-4), 12:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Rusch 5-5) at Minnesota (Milton 8-6), 1:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Benson 1-4) at Detroit (Maroth l l), 1:05 p.m. San Diego (Peavy 0-1) at Kansas City (Suppan 6-6), 1:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Clement 5-5) at Chicago White Sox (Buehrle 11-5), 1:05 p.m. San Francisco (Ortiz. 6-4) at Oakland (Hudson 5-7), 3:05 p.m. Colorado (Thomson 6-7) at Seattle (Baldwin 6-6),3:35 p.m. Houston (Redding 3-4) at Texas (Valdes 5-6), 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Mets (Trachsel 6-6) at N.Y. Yankees (Pettitte I-2),7:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Od.Perez 9-3) at Anaheim (Lackey OI), 7:05 p.m. SATURDAY LINESCORES Pitts    OOO    OOO    010    —19    1 Detroit    OOO    IOO    I Ox    —2    IOO Beimel (L.l-2), Lincoln (7), Sauerbeck (7), Fetters (8) and Kendall; Weaver (W,6-8), luAcevedo (S,12) (8) and Inge. Houston    OOO    012    320    —8    14    0 Texas    221    OOO    OOO    —5    9    I Saarloos, Puffer (W, I -1) (3), Stone (7), Borbon (7), Dotel (8), Wagner (S,13) (9) CFI PEEWEE Pool A W L Portage 2 0 Brandon Plumbing I I Hamiota I I Virden 0 2 Pool B w L Binscarth 2 0 St. Andrews I I Boissevain 0 I Killarney 0 I East Division GP W L TOTL F A P BC- EG Kellett 37 13:28 Ham — EG Osbaldiston 37 14:53 Hamilton 1 I 0 0 0 27 15 2 Third Quarter Montreal I I 0 0 0 27 20 2 Ham — EG Osbaldiston 22 14:23 Ottawa I 0 I 0 I 27 30 I Fourih Quarter Toronto I 0 I 0 0 15 39 0 BC — EG Kellett 34 0:24 West Division GP W L TOTL F A P Ham — FG Osbaldiston 27 3:58 BC — TD Green I run (two-point con Winnipeg I I 0 0 0 39 15 2 version failed) 13:22 Edmonton I I 0 0 0 27 21 Ham - EG Osbaldiston I) 14:11 Saskatchewan I I 0 0 0 30 27 2 B.C. 3 3 0 9 — 15 Calgary I 0 I 0 0 21 27 0 Hamilton 8 IO 3 9 — 27 B.C. 2 0 2 0 0 35 54 0 Attendance — 16,032. Sunday Games Round robin Boissevain vs St. Andrews, 9:30 a.m. Virden vs Portage, 11:30 a.m. Championship semifinals: 1st Pool A vs 2nd Pool B, at Diamond No.4,3:30 p.m. Isl Pool B vs 2nd Pool A, at Diamond No.1,3:30 p.m. Consolation semifinals: 3rd Pool A vs 4th Pool B, at Diamond No.1,5:30p.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. WEEK I Saturday Result YARDSTICKS B.C. Ham Hamilton 27 B.C. 15 First downs 18 26 Friday Results Yards rushing 128 118 Saskatchewan 30 Ottawa 27 (OI) Yards passing 214 248 Winnipeg 39 Toronto 15 Total offence 342 .366 Edmonton 27 Calgary 21 learn losses 21 0 Tuesday Results Net offence 321 366 Montreal 27 B.C. 20 Passes made tried 13-29 19-35 WEEK 2 Return-yards 102 129 Wednesday, July 3 Intercepts-yards by 1-0 1-0 Montreal at Toronto,6 p in. (TSN) Fumblcs-lust OO OO Thursday, July 4 Sacks by 0 a Ottawa at Edmonton,8 p.m. (JSN) Punts average 5-39.6 6-49.2 Friday, July 5 Penalties-yards ll 92 10-113 Hamilton at Winnipeg,7:30 p.m.(TSN) Time ol possession 23:25 .16:35 Calgary at Saskatchewan, 8:30 p.m. Individual SATURDAY B.C. 15 at Ham. 27 w L I    I I    I MIDGET Spts Excellence l&G Supply Hatniota    I Championship Final: Sports Excellence 6 J&G Supply 2 First Quarter BC - FG Kellett 41 3:59 Ham TD horde I run (Osbaldiston convert) 11:32 Ham — Single Osbaldiston 54 14:13 Second Quarter Ham — TD McManus 5 run (Osbaldiston convert) 11:12 Rushing: B t Millington 9-50, Allen 3-39,Queen 7 29,Jenkins 1-7,Williams 1-3; Ham Davis 22 105, McMasnus 2-7, horde 4-6. Receiving Bt Millington 1-50, Simon 3-IOO, Anderson 2-26, Branch 2-22, Claremont I ll, Taylor 1-5; Ham Amerson 5-85, Miles 5-69, Flutie 5-51, Grigg 3-38, horde 1-5. Passing 13.1.. Allen 12-26, 172 yds,!) IDs, I int, Jenkins 1-3-42-0-0; Ham McMasnus 19-35 248-0-1. ST. JUDE CLASSIC and /.aun, Ausmus (7); Burba, (Powell (L, I -I) (7), JAlvarez (7), Telford (8), (lewis (9) and (Rodriguez. HRs: Hon Berkman (25), Blum (3); Tex — Catalanotto (2), RPalmeiro (17). Arizona    OOO    310    OOO    —4 8 0 Cleve    010    OOO    010    —261 BriAnderson (W.3-7), Koplove (8), MMyers (8), BKim (S,20) (9) and DMiller; CFinlcy (L,4- IO), Rincon (7), Wohlers (8), Shuey (9) and F.Perez, F.Diaz. (9). HR: tile Thome (23). Phila    OOO    IOO    OOO    —16 2 Baltimore    140    013    20x    —1118 0 Padilla (I.,10-5), Coggin (5), Cormier (6), Nickle (8) and Lieberthal; (Johnson (W.3-5) and GG ii HRs: Pha BAbreu (6); Bal Mora (ll),Matthews (3). Milwau    010    220    221    —1017 0 Minn    IOO    OOI    OOO    —26 0 JsCabrera (W.4-5), King (7), Durocher (8) and Baku; Kinney (I.,2-7), Fiore (7), Romero (9) and Pierzynski. HRs: Mil Stairs 2 (4), Thompson (I), Bako (3); Min — Koskie (8). San Fran 310 OOO OOI —5 IO I Oakland    OOO    102    OOO    —374 Schmidt (W,4-2),Worrell (8),Ncn (S.21) (9) and Torrealba; Lidle (L.2-7), Bradford (7), Koch (9) and GMyers. HRs: SF JKent (13); Oak — EChavez (20). Florida    OOI    002    OOO    —361 Tampa B    OOO    IOO    IOO    —271 Tavarez. (W,5-4), Almanza (7), Looper (8), VNunez (S,18) (9) and ((Johnson; JKennedy (I.,5-7) and Hall HRs: Ila — PrWilson (13), Floyd (17). Montreal    OII    020    OOO    0—4 10 2 Toronto    OOO    OOO    103    1—5 7 0 Yoshii, Eischen (7), Tucker (8), ScStewart (9), Hcrges (L,2-2) (9) and Barrett, Schneider (9); PWalker, Thurman (5), Cassidy (8), KEscobar (VV,4-4) (9) and Huckaby.TWilson (9), HRs: Mtl — Macias (3), VGuerrero (18), Barrett (7); Tor Hinske (14). Atlanta    002    OOO    OOO    —261 Boston    OOO    OOI    OOO    — I 6 0 Millwood (W,5-5),Gryboski (6), Remlinger (7), Holmes (8), Smoltz (S,27) (9) and J Lopez; DLowe (L,l 1-4), Embree (8), Banks (9) and Varitek. HR: Att Sheffield (13). Chi Cubs    HO    101    OOO    —481 Chi Sox    002    021    (Xix    —570 Prior, JuCruz. (L,l - IO) (6) and Girardi; Garland (W,7-5),0suna (S,4) (7) and Paul. HRs: CM Ainu 2 (6); ChW - Thomas (14),Lee (12). NY.Mets    111    211    013    —11160 NYYankees    IOO    OOO    010    —292 Leiter (W.8-6), Weathers (8), Guthrie (8), Cerda (9) and VWilson; lilly (L.3-6), Mendoza (5), Stanton (7), Choate (9) and Acast ilk). HR: NYM Piazza (15), Vaughn (9), VWilson (2); NYY — Jeter (I I). LATE FRIDAY Colo    OOO    HO    OOO    —261 Seattle    101    030    lOx    —690 (Jennings (I.,8-4), Nichting (6), TJones (7), J Jimenez (8) and Bennett; Pineiro (W',8-3) and [Wilson. HRs: (ail I .Walker (17), Agbayani (4); Sea — BBoonc (IO). LosAng    OOO    311    OII    —7 13 I Anaheim    OOO    500    OOO    —591 Ashby, Carrara (W.5-2) (7), Orosco (8), Gagne (S,29) (8) and Lo Duca; Appier,Cook (6), Shields (L.0-1) (6), Wise (9) and l abregas HRs: Ana Claus (15), Fullmer (10). San Fran    012    OOO    003    —6 9 0 Oakland    HO    044    OOx    —1015 4 (.Hernandez (L.6-9), Witasick    (5), I Rodriguez (6), Zerbe (8) and BSantiago; Mulder (W.9-4), Venafro (9)    and Raliernandez. HRs: SI JKent (12); Oak MI His (I). San Diego    OOO    OOI    300    4    8 IOO Ran City    IOO    002    IOO    0—4 7 2 lomko. 5Reed (W.2-3) (8), Hoffman (IO) and Lumpkin; Sedlacek, Mullen (7), Voyles (8), Rllernandez (9),Grimsley (L,3 4) (IO), Reichert (IO) and Mayne. HRs: SD Klesko (14), Cant (6); KC MiSweeney (15), Tucker (3). MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) third round scores Saturday from the $3.8 million St. Judo Classic, held al the 7,030 yard, par 71 TPC Southwind Host Course: Glen llnatiuk 65-65-65 195 lim Petrovic 65 68 66 - 199 Malt Kuchar 66-66-67- 199 Notah Begay 111 66-65-68 199 Pat Bates 68-63-69 - 200 Tripp Iscnhour 72-65-64201 Neal Lancaster 70-67-64 — 201 David Toms 68 68-65—201 Ian Leggatt 71 67 64- 202 Fen Mattiace 69 68 65 202 Mike Hemen 70 67-65 - 202 Rich Beent 67-68-67- 202 lint Carter 68-67-67— 202 Paul Claxton 73-67-63—203 David I'd wards 70-69-64 - 203 Scan Murphy 68-70-65— 203 Loren Roberts 69-68-66— 203 Donnie Hammond 70-66-67 - 203 Robert Gamez 70-64-69— 203 Justin Leonard 66-66-71 — 203 Bob Estes 69 69-66- 204 Kevin Sutherland 70-68-66 204 Brian Bateman 68-68-68— 204 David Gossett 71 -65 68— 204 Sieve Pate 67-68-69— 204 Steve Flesch 69-67-68—204 Doug Barron 67-67-70—204 Jason Hill 68-66-70—204 Jay Haas 67-64-73—204 David Morland IV 69 68-70—207 LPGA TOUR GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) - Second-round scores from the $ 1.2-million ShopRite Classic, held at the 6,071-yard, par 71 Bay Course of the Marriott Seaview Resort: filii Inkster 65-67 — 132 Kale Golden 64-69 — 133 Pat Hurst 69-65 — 134 Annika Sorenstam 68-67 — 135 I.orie Kane 65-70 — 135 Nanci Bowen 68-68 — 136 Jenny Lidback 67-69 — 136 Stephanie Keevcr 67-69 — 136 Carin Koch 71-66 — 137 Helen Alfredsson 70-67 — 137 Julie Piers 67-70 — 137 Michele Redman 67-70 — 137 Johanna Head 67-70 — 137 Jackie Gallagher-Smith 72-66 — 138 I.aura Davies 70-68 — 138 Rosie (ones 69-69 — 138 lung Yeon Lee 69-69 — 138 lean Bartholomew 68-70 — 138 Tracy Hanson 66-72 — 138 Catrin Nilsmark 72-67 — 139 Akiko Fukushima 71-68 — 139 Sally Dee 70-69 — 139 Alison Nicholas 69-70 — 139 Natalie Gulbis 68-71 — 139 Betsy King 68-71 — 139 Dawn Coe-Jones 71-69 —140 Failed to qualify Gail Graham 76-70 — 146 A.J. Eathorne 71-79 — 150 PGA SENIOR TOUR OWINGS MILL, Md. (AP) — Third-round scores Saturday from the $2.5-million U.S. Senior Open, at the 7,00-yard, par 71 Caves Valley Golf Club: Don Pooley 71-70-63—204 Tom Watson 67-71-69— 207 Walter Hall 70-65-72— 207 Ed Dougherty 71-69-68— 208 lorn Kite 69-67-73— 209 Allen Doyle 70 69-71 — 210 Isao Aoki 69-69-72—210 John Schrocder 74-69-68— 211 Fred Gibson 69-69-73—211 Bob Gilder 71-71-70—212 Ferry Mauney 72-69-71 — 212 Jose Maria Canizares 68-68-76—212 Dana Quigley 73-73-67—213 Morris Hatalsky 73-72-68—213 Doug Tewell 75-69-69—213 Larry Nelson 71-71-72—214 Jim Thorpe 70-72-72—214 lay Sigel 74-72-69—215 Roy Vucinich 72-70-73— 215 Jay Overton 71-70-74—215 Raymond Floyd 73-68 74—215 R AV. Eaks 64-73-78—215 Dave Barr 73-73-72—218 BUY.COM TOUR KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Third-round scores Saturday from the $425,000 Knoxville Open, held a1 the 7,142-yard, par 72 Fox Den Country Club: Darron Stiles 71-69-64—204 Jason Caron 71-68-65- 204 Patrick Sheehan 69-68-67—204 Sonny Skinner 68-69-68— 205 Brad Ott 71-69-66 - 206 Aaron Baddelcy 71-68-68—207 Todd Barranger 67-71-69— 207 Stan Utley 70-68-69— 207 D.J. Brigman 70-68-69— 207 Steve Ford 70-71-67— 208 Todd Bailey 72-69-67— 208 John Engler 73-68-67— 208 Brian Wilson 69-71-68—208 fin Park 71 -68-69— 208 Jason Gore 69-70-69— 208 Chris Tidland 67-72-69— 208 Scott Sterling 68-67-73— 208 CANADIAN TOUR 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 Swan-e-set Bay Resort (a—amateur; 78 players still on course when rain    suspended    play, Friday will finish rounds this morn mg): lain Steel    66-67    —    133 Ken Duke    65-69    134 Kyle Kovacs    69-67    —    136 Stuart Anderson    67-71    —    138 Chris Locker    67-71    —    138 Michael Mitchell    71-67    138 Jason Schultz    70-68    —    138 Davidson Matycz.uk 71-68    —    139 Dave Christensen    70-70    —    140 Bob Conrad    73-67    FIO Michael Harris    69-71    140 Tennis ATP/WTA TOURS LONDON (AP) Results Saturday from the $13.21 million Wimbledon tennis competition, held at the grass courts of The All England I awn Tennis & Croquet Club: Men’s Singles Third Round Lleyton Hewitt (I),Australia,del. Julian Knowle, Austria,6- 2.6 1,6-3. l im Henman (4), Britain, lief. Wayne Ferreira, South Africa, 7 6 (6),3-6,7-6 (8),6-1. Feliciano Lopez, Spain, del. Rainer Schneider (17),Germany, 3-6,7-6(7),6 4,6-4 Mikhail You/hny, Russia, del. Nicolas Esc tide (16), France,6 2,1 6,6-3,6 3. Sjeng Schulkcn (18), Netherlands, del. Jell Morrison, United States,6 4,7 6 (7),6-0. Jan Vacek, Czech Republic,del. Adrian Voinea, Romania, 6 I, 4-6,6 3,6 I Andre Sa, Brazil,del. Flavio Saretta, Brazil, 2-6,6-4,6-3,1 6, 6-1. Michel Kratochvil, Switzerland, del. Radek Stepanek, Czech Republic, 6-2,6-3,6 3. Women's Singles Third Round Venus Williams (I), US .del. Maureen Drake, Toronto, 5 7, 6-2,6 I. Monica Seles (4), U.S.,del. Ai Sugiyama (27), Japan,4 6,6-1, 6 4. Justine Henin (6), Belgium, del. Myriam Casanova, Switzerland, 6-4,6 4. Elena Dementieva (12), Russia, del'. Iva Majoli (23),Croatia, 7-5,6-2. I isa Raymond (16), United Stales, del. Conchita Martinez, Spain, 2 6,6 3,6-2. Magdalena Malceva (19), Bulgaria, del. Silvia Farina I lia (IO), Italy, 7-6 (2), 6-4. (amarine lanasugarn (20), Thailand, del. Mellen lu, U.S.,6 2,3 6,6 0. I Jena I ikhovtseva, Russia, del. Elena Ballacha, Britain, 6 4, 7-6(2).MSBL clubs move into quarter-finals Manitoba Senior Baseball League teams make up three of the four semifinalists at the Brandon Ora Dental Marlins’ Canada Day tournament. The host Marlins advanced by beating Devil’s Lake, N.D., 4-3 yesterday in the quarter-finals at Westbran Stadium. In other quarter-final games, the Brandon Cloverleafs edged the Oak River Dodgers 5-4, the Birtle Blue Jays topped the Killarney Lakers 9-3 and Yorkton, Sask., downed the Houstons Stars 5-0. The Cloverleafs will meet MSBL rival Birtle in one of today’s semifinals (at 11:30 a m.) while the marlins will play Yorkton in the other. Today’s final is set for 7 p.m. at Westbran Stadium. — Brandon SunSave Your Deductible! 131-10th St., Brandon Phone: 725-2042 TOM CRUISE MING RHY TRI NOW PLAYING 13    7:00    1    9:40    p.m. SAT/SUN/MON 2:00 pm. CAPITO T M C A T I* E Shoppers Mall Brandon Phone: 571-0888 www.capitol-theatre .com Transactions HOCKEY National Hockey League DALLAS S TARS Traded RW Cameron Maim and the rights to G Id Bcllour to Nashville tor LW David Gosselin and a 2003 filth round drat) pick.novus AUTO GLASS REPAIR & REPLACEMENT Phone 725-1700 or Toll Free 1-800-586-9798 Repair Your Windshield! PRO-LINE ODDS ALL-STARS SUNDAY, JUNE .30 Game Vis lim ATL BOS AR/. CLE MTE TOR ELA IB PHI BAL CIN STI. PIT DEI Mil. MIN SD KC BBL IO CHG CHI BBL 11 SF OAK BBL 12 COL SEA BBL 13 NYK NY BBL 14 HOU TEX BBL 15 l.A ANA POINT SPREAD SUNDAY, JUNE 30 BBI. I BBL 2 BBI, 3 BBF I BBI. 5 BBF 6 RBL 7 BBLS BBL 9 V 1.80 1.30 I 65 1.30 1.75 2.45 1.80 2.30 1.90 2.15 1.95 2.45 2.30 1.95 1.40 ll OW 1.60 8.5 2.45 1.75 2.45 1.65 1.30 1.60 1.35 1.55 1.40 1.50 1.30 1.35 8.5 9.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 8.5 9.5 9.5 9.5 8.5 8.5 9.5 1.50 11.5 2.15 8.5 Game Vis lim V ll BBF I ATL BOS -0.5 BBL 2 AR/. CLE -1.5 BBI. 3 MTL TOR 0.5 BBL 4 PLA IB -1.5 BBL 5 PHI BAL -0.5 BBL 6 CIN STL -1.5 BBI. 7 PIT DFT -0.5 BBLS MIL MIN -1.5 BBL 9 SD KC -0.5 BBL IO CHG CHI -1.5 BBL ll SF OAK -0.5 BBL 12 COL SEA -1.5 BBL 13 NYK NY -1.5 BBL 14 HOU TFX -0.5 BBL 15 LA ANA -1.5 • In the event of a discrepancy between this information and the official info from Western Canada Lottery Corporation, the latter shall prevail. FIRST TEAM Catcher    Darrick Jones, Baldur. Pitcher    Tom Klapp, Brandon; Justin Norwood, Birtle; Clark Andres, Brandon. First base Blaine Fortin, Baldur. Second base Craig Anderson, (Ira Dental. Third base Jamie Waddell-Hodgson, Brandon. Shortstop    Reed Fastley, Ora Dental. Outfield    Scott lllady, (Ira Dental; Dean McBride, Brandon; Mike Foster, Birtle. Utility Matt Mutcheson, Birtle; Corey Billaney, Neepawa; Brent Kyle, (ira Dental. Field Manager Neil Andrews, (Ira Dental. Coach Ryan Potter, Brandon. SECOND TEAM Catcher — Bryan Swaencpoel, Brandon. Pitcher Craig Moffatt, (Ira Dental; Dwayne Wandy, Neepawa; Brent Unrau, Baldur. First base Cory Hilhorst, Killarney. Second base — Bryan White, Neepawa Third base — Mitch Stephens, Ora Dental. Shortstop — Jason Schwabe, Baldur. Outfield Kyle Martel,Oak River; Ryan Boguski, (Ira Dental; Chris McKague, Oak River. Utility — Baron Bradley, Neepawa; Marlow Knight, Killarney; Terry Isaak, Brandon. Field Manager - Cord Dearsley, Baldur. Coach — Mark Wakely, Birtle. MSBL all-stars will play the Saskatchewan Major League all-stars July IS in Moose law. In Brief Francis back with Hurricanes RALEIGH — The Carolina Hurricanes re-signed captain Ron Francis to a two-year, $11 million contract yesterday. Francis, who made $5 million a year the past four NHL seasons, will earn $5.5 million each of the next two seasons after leading Carolina to the Stanley Cup final. The 39-year-old was instrumental in the playoff run, scoring six goals and adding IO assists for 16 points. “Ron is the leader of the Carolina Hurricanes both on the ice and in the community,” Carolina general manager Jim Rutherford said. “He proved that he is still more than capable of playing at the highest level with the season he had this year.” The native of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., finished the 2001-02 regular season tied for ninth in the NHL in scoring with ll points. He is only the sixth player in history with 500 goals and 1,000 assists. Francis won the Lady Byng Trophy as the most gentlemanly player and the King Clancy Trophy for his humanitarian contributions at the 2002 NHL awards. The signing comes two days before Francis would have become an unrestricted free agent. — Associated Press Drake nearly surprises Williams WIMBLEDON, England — Top-seeded Venus Williams recovered from a loss in the first set and beat llOth-ranked Maureen Drake of Toronto 5-7, 6-2, 6-1 to advance to the fourth round at the Wimbledon tennis championships yesterday. At 31, Drake was the second-oldest woman competing and she looked a step quicker than Williams, who was wearing a bandage on her left knee and limping slightly. Drake — wearing wraparound black sunglasses — wasn’t intimidated by the two-time defending champion. After an 18-stroke rally in the 12th game, Drake broke Williams to take the set — and celebrated as if she had just won the tournament. “Having the chance at winning a match, that was a thrill," Drake said. “I would have never dreamed I could have taken a set off of her.” Drake’s celebration was short-lived. Williams lifted her game and lost just three games while sweeping the next two sets. — Associated Press rn THE WEEK ROBBERY WU U VIOLENCE On June 14. 2002 around 12:15 a rn a victim was walking in the 2500 of Brandon Ave. He was approached by two males who demanded money. When the victim refused to give them any money they hit him in the face and head until he turned over a small amount of cash. Suspects are described as #1. A native male in his early 20’s, approxim, ' !„ ? ! .    ",    average    build with slight facial hair. Ile was wearing a white cap. grey sweatshirt and jeans. Suspect #2. A native male in his early 20s with a bigger build, he was wearing a dark cap, red sweatshirt and jeans. II you lune any inhumation of who is responsible Tor any crime iii the Oily ol brandon or surrounding area you are asked lo call... z o #NIIVIKI STOPPERS727-TIPS (727-8477) Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display. Your call is lot recorded and your identity will remain anonymous. Crime Stoppers will pay up to*2000 CASH for information that leads to the solution of a crime. CANADIAN PRESS Blue Jays’ Erie Hinske celebrates his game-winning homer in the 10th inning ;