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D4 Wednesday, June 18, 2003 The Honolulu Advertiser 110(1 Source says O'Neill to lead Raptors Associated Press Kevin O'Neill will be introduced as head coach of the Toronto Raptors today, a basketball source said. O'Neill a former assistant coach for the Detroit Pistons and New York Knicks, is expected to get a contract that runs for at least two years, the source said yesterday, speaking on the condition of anonymity. The Raptors scheduled a news conference for today. Team spokesman Jim LaBunibard would not confirm the hiring. Reached by phone, O'Neill declined comment. "I have no comment on the job until I have the job," he said. O'Neill, 46, was the lead assistant to former Pistons coach Rick Carlisle the past two seasons. He also served as an assistant to Jeff Van Gundy in New York three years ago. O'Neill was the head coach at Northwestern, Tennessee and Marquette, and had a career record of 190-197 at the college leveL O'Neill will succeed Hall of Fame coach Lenny Wilkens, who left die Raptors "by mutual agreement" with one year remaining on his contract. The Raptors are coming off a 24-58 Season. If Associated Press San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich and the Spurs will be looking to land a free agent to defend their championship next season. SPURS Looking ahead: San Antonio has the NBA championship trophy and a considerable amount of money to spend trying to make itself even stronger next seasoa It doesn't get much better than that. Opinions vary widely about just where the team should do its shopping. Shooting guard Stephen Jackson says that decision is easy albeit a bit farfetched. "Shaq," he said yesterday, when asked who the Spurs should try hardest to get in the offseason. "If it was my choice, it would be Shaq." Well, don't expect to see Shaquille O'Neal, who grew up in San Antonio, wearing silver and black next seasoa Center David Robinson, whose retirement is freeing up most of the salary-cap money, is more realistic about the big men out there. He also has a big name in mind to join Tim Duncan, San Antonio's franchise player. "I know Tun doesn't like to play (center), but it would be kind of cool to see Tim and Karl Malone playing together," Robinson said a bit wistfully. The story line underlying the Spurs-Nets championship series was speculation that San Antonio will strongly pursue New Jersey point guard Jason Kidd, and that Kidd just might be receptive to the idea of partnering with his friend Duncaa The Kidd questions came up again for Tony Parker, the Spurs' incumbent and somewhat-erratic point guard, and his answers were the same. "I don't care," Parker said. "I know 111 be on the team, thafs all I care about. We'll see." Coach Gregg Popovich, who will have plenty to say about offseason acquisitions, realizes that the Spurs' available money makes them the envy of the NBA. But he says he's a little unnerved about the ramifications of making a choice. "It's a very, very dicey situation because no matter what you do, you really don't know how people, when you combine them, will react," he said. Raptors: English may be first-round pick FROM PAGE Dl icks for forward Raef LaFrentz and Dallas' first-round pick (No. 29 overall). Harold Cipin, English's Toronto-based agent, said such a trade could be good news for English. "I can't reveal my sources, but I will say this the talk is that Toronto wants to trade down to look at Carl as a late first-round pick," Cipin said. "Nothing is guaranteed in this business, and only the Raptors know for sure. But there are a lot of reasons why that move would make sense." English was born and raised in Patrick's Cove, Newfoundland, Canada, and his been invited to play for Canada's national team this summer. The Raptors' current roster does not include any players with Canadian ties. "I'm not going to get my hopes up for anything," English said. "I'm willing to play for any (NBA) team, but obviously Toronto would be a good fit." English, a 6-f oot-5 guard, is in me middle of a whirlwind tour of NBA cities, participating in private workouts for various teams. Last week, he worked out for the Indiana Pacers and Minnesota Timberwolves. Yesterday, he was with the Atlanta Hawks. "I feel like I've been shooting the ball real well," English said. "It's pretty much fry to one city, work out, then fry to another city. It's tiring, but I'm just really focused right now." English said other players he worked out with included Josh Howard of Wake Forest, Dahn-tay Jones of Duke, Travis Hansen of Brigham Young, Quintan Ross of SMU, and Aleksander Pavlovic from Serbia-Montenegro. "There's a lot of one-on-one and two-on-two drills, and I feel like I'm performing the way I'm supposed to," he said. English is scheduled to work out for the Orlando Magic today. According to Cipin, the Magic's last-minute request to see English is another positive siga "They weren't on our original schedule, but they indicated that they really wanted to see (English)," Cipin said. "That means the word is spreading." English will also attend private sessions for the Toronto Raptors, Los Angeles Lakers and Cleveland Cavaliers before the June 26 NBA Draft. ISLD PILO Patsy Mink will be inducted into hall Advertiser Staff The late U.S. Rep. Patsy Mink of Hawaii is one of 19 women and men who will be inducted into the Scholar-Athlete Hall of Fame at the Institute for International Sport on Saturday in Kingston, Rl Mink, who died of pneumonia last year, was instrumental in the passage of Title K, known now as the Patsy Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act, which f orbids exclusion of either sex from any education program receiving federal financial assistance. Others inductees include Olympian Bob Mathias, baseball great Jackie Robinsoa Val Acker-man, president of the WNBA, marathon champion Frank Shorter and writer and film producer Bud Greenspan. The ceremony is part of the Scholar-Athlete Games for high school students, June 21-28, at the University of Rhode Island. SOCCER Rainbow Wahine camp still open: The University of Hawai'i women's soccer team still has openings for its camps. The camps will run in two sessions, from Jury 15-18 and Jury 22-25. Both sessions will run from 8 am. to 4 p.m. and are open to boys and girls, ages 8 to 13. The first session is to improve all technical and tactical aspects of the game. Cost is $150, with a $25 late fee after Jury 1. The second is a goalkeeper camp, with a cost of $150 and a $25 late fee after Jury 8. Josh Fouts, assistant coach for the Rainbow Wahine, is the camp's director. For more information, call Fouts at 956-6330. WEICirrUFTING Yamauchi 12th in Junior Worlds: Honolulu's Bryce Yamauchi finished 12th in the 2003 Junior World Championships, held earlier this month in Hermosillo, Mexico. Yamauchi's brother Kyle was 19th in his weight divisioa Bryce, competing at 56 kilograms, lifted a total of 200 kilograms (90 snatch, 110 clean and jerk). The winner, from China, lifted 265 kilograms. Kyle competed in the 62-kg divisioa He lifted 225 (100 snatch, 125 clean and jerk) while the winner, Le Qui from China, reached 287.5. The U.S. men's team finished 11 that Junior Worlds. FOR me HOCOUD SPORTS TODAY 5 J- ! . Houston 5 5 .500 4 Baseball 4 4 .500 4 Summer league, West O'ahu All Stars vs. Minnesota 4 S .444 4 Island Movers. 6:05 p.m. at Les Murakami Sen Antonio 3 6 .333 5A Stadium. Sacramento 3 7 .300 6 Phoenis 2 8 .200 7 SPORTS TOMORROW Baseball Summer League, O'ahu All-Stars vs. Island Movers. 6:05 p.m. at Les Murakami Stadium. Basketball NCAA tumnw League, GrantCo Pacific. Inc. vs. John Hancock. 6 p.m.: Honolulu Ford vs. Central Medical Clmic, 7:30 p.m. Games at Manoa Recreation Center. Softball U.S. Cup, Canada vs. Japan. 11:30 a.m.; Canada vs. Chinese Taipei. 2 p.m.; United Stales vs. Greece, 4:30 p.m.; United States vs. Chinese Taipei. 7 p.m. Games at Rainbow Wahine Softball Stadium. Admission it S5 adults. $3 youths. Parking is $3. BASEBALL College World Series AH Timet HST At Rosenblatt Stadium. Omaha, Neb. OwiMeEHmirtatloii Friday. Jene 13 Bracket 1 Stanford 8. South Carolina 0 Cal StateEullerton 8. LSU 2 Saturday. June 14 Bracket 2 Rice 4. Southwest Missouri State 2 Texas 13. Miarm 2 Sunday. June IS South Carolina 11, LSU 10. LSU eliminated Cal Stated ullerton 6, Stanford 5 Monday, June IS Miami 7, Southwest Missouri State 5, SW Missouri elimintaed Rice 12, Texas 2 Today's Same (Time. HST) Sacramento at Washington, 1 p.m. Cleveland at Connecticut. 1 p.m. SEATTLE PHOENIX Stanford 13, South Carolina 6, South Carolina eliminated Texas 5, Miami 1, Miami eliminated Today's Bamee Game 11 Cal State-Fullerton (50-14) vs. Stanford (48-16). 8 a.m. Game 12 - Rice (55-11) vs. Texas (5019), 1 p.m. Thursday, June 19 Game 1 3 Winner Game 6 vs. Winner Game 11, 8 a.m. or 1 p.m., if necessary Game 14 Winner Game 8 vs. Winner Game 12, 1 p.m., if necessary Note: Game 13 will be 2 p.m. only if Game 14 is necessary Championship Series (Beatof-3) Saturday, June 21 Game 1 Bracket 1 Winner vs. Bracket 2 Winner, 1:05 p.m. Sunday, June 22 Game 2 Bracket 1 Winner vs. Bracket 2 Winner, 8:35 a.m. Monday, June 23 Game 3 Bracket 1 Winner vs. Bracket 2 Winner. 1:05 p.m., it necessary STANFORD SO. CAROLINA 103 100 24013 17 1 000 000 141- S 11 1 McCalty, Dyer (8). O'Hagan (81 and Garko: Hernandez. Rawl (4), Reeves (81, Donald (9) and Poweffl. W McCally 7-2. I Hernandez 5-5. MR Stanford, Putnam (15). South Carolina. Buscher (15). Tnotett (7), Tolleson (3). MIAMI TEXAS 000 001 0001 7 0 003 002 00 X 8 S 0 Camardese, Chinno (5), Blanco (5), VakJe-Fauli 16) and San Pedro; LeCure. Street (7) and Teagarden. W LeCure 50. Ir-Camardese 92. S Street (15). Mil Texas, Hollimon (3). Summer League Yesterday's Result At Las Murakami Stadium WEST O'AHU ISLAND MOVERS BASKETBALL Women's National Basketball Association EASTERN Detroit Cleveland Connecticut Indiana . New York Crmrlritlf! Washington w l Pet as 4 1 .800 - 4 2 .m? v, 4 3 .571 1 4 3 ,571 1 4 3 .571 1 5 4 "VT, 1 2 5 1HB 3 36 35 2561 2560 SEATTLE (61) Barnes C-8 00 0. L.Jackson 846 810 23, Vodichkova 6 44 12, Bird 2 7 44 10, Brort-dello 2-8 00 4. Bevilaqua 2 2 00 6. R.Williams 0-1 00 0, Edwards 34 01 6. Las-siterOOOOO.Burras 02 000. Totals 21-521419 61. PHOENIX (SO) Hamson 02 00 0, Christensen 33 12 7, A.WIHiams 6-18 12 13, TJackson 18 2 2 4, , Deforge 946 2-6 22, Brown 34 22 8. Pier-son 01 4-4 4, Castro Marques 02 00 0, : Thomas 1-2 00 2, Smith 00 00 0, Pavlicko- ; va 00 00 0. Totals 2359 12 IB 60. &Port Ooekv-Seattle 5-13 (Bevilaqua 2 2. Bird 2-5, L.Jackson 11, BrondelloOl, R Williams 01. Barnes 03), Phoenix 2-11 (DeForge 2-6. Harrison 01, Thomas 01, TJackson 03). Fouled out Vodichkova. Re-bound Seattle 43 (L.Jackson 10). Phoenix 35 IA Williams 10). Assist-Seattle 17 (Bird 5), Pnoenm 15 (Brown 5). Total foul Seat tie 22. Phoenrx 19. A-8.950. SACRAMENTO NEW YORK Adam rnaba, Gainor Nltta (4), Ikene DuPon (4), Chns Balatico (7) end J. Murray Thornton, Dustin Nuibe. Derek Akimoto, Chris Loo (5), Justin Pate (7), Patrick McGuigan (8) and Gavm Conception, w McGuigan. t Balatico. Leading Hitter WO Justin Ariki 24. triple. 2 runs, 2 RBIs. IM Clayton Carson 24; Con-cepcton 24. 2 RBIs: CJ Nelson double: Zachary McAngus triple. American Legion Yesterday's Result At Hans L'Orange Park Kalani 12. Kamehemeha 7 9-10 District I Little League Tournament Monday's Result Kane'ohe National 7, Kawaihau, Kaua'i 6 27 3461 28 4270 SACRAMENTO (SI) Grooms 13 2 2 4, Smith 8 18 00 17. Gnffith 7 10 74 21. Campbell 211 22 8. Pemcheiro 09 00 0. Bolton 06 00 0. Walker 14 00 2, lawson 37 00 9, Anderson 00 00 0. Totals 2281113 61. NEW YORK (70) Robmson 6-10 00 16. Whitmore 510 00 10. Phillips 16 22 4, Johnson 7 9 22 18. Weatherspoon 01 00 0. Baranova 1 00 3. Hammon M 44 17, Sharp 13 00 2. Totals 263 88 70. 3Pomt foals Sacramento 23 (Lawson 3 6, Campbell 2-6, Smith 14. Penicheiro 03, Bolton 04). New York 1019 (Robinson 4 6, Hammon 3-6. Johnson 23. Baranova 1-3, Weatherspoon 01). Fouled out None. Rebound Sacramento 41 (Gnffith 16), New York 34 (Baranova 7). Assists Sacramento 15 (PemcheifO 7), New York 17 (Hammon 4). Total hula Sacramento 16, New York 16. Technical- Weatherspoon. A 10,711. LOS ANGELES 33 43 278 DETROIT 30 48 11 87 L0SANQELES(78) Milton 38 2-2 10. Mabika 5 10 27 12. Leslie 4-13 5-8 13. Dixon 816 50 22, Teastey 410 02 10, Gillom 1-2 00 2. Wrtherspoon 1-3 34 5. Mapp 15 00 2, McCnmmon 00 00 0, Williams 1 2 00 2, C.Johnson 00 00 0. Totals 2889 1 1 29 78. DETROIT (87) Cash 7 18 5-10 20, Ford 311 58 11. Riley 8 8 33 15. Nolan 412 12 11, Powell 511 34 13. Walker 02 02 0. Farm 2-3 00 4, Hot-landOom 4-7 00 11, Lambert 01 00 0, Moore 01 2 2 2, Ujhelyi 00 00 0. Totals 31-74 1931 87. SPokit Soot-Los Angeles 5-11 (Milton 22, Tensley 24. Dixon 11. Leslie 01, Wither-spoon 01, Mabika 02), Detroit 615 (Holland-Com 35, Nolan 20, Cash 12. Powell 02). Fowled out Leslie, Milton. Rebounds Los Angeles 55 (Dixon 8), Detroit 53 (Ford 15). Assist Los Angeles 10 (Teesley 7). Detroit 24 (Powell 6). Total fouteLos Angeles 34, De-trod 22. TecMcst-Nolan. A 5,41 1. 201 000 SOO-S S 2 000 411 10X T 7 1 CHARLOTTE INDIANA 30 35 CHARLOTTE (SO) Smith Taylor 04 00 0, Feaster 7-17 44 21, Suttonflrown 58 810 18, Staley 05 1 2 1, Stmson 2 11 11 5, R.Brown 12 00 2, Buescher 01 00 0. Miller 4-7 00 11, McKiv-r 02 00 0, Ems 02 00 0, Brumfield 11 00 2. Totals 2060 14-17 60. INDIANA (71) McCray 02 00 0, Catchings 8 17 12 13 29, Williams 5-10 68 16, S. White 2-9 00 5, rvey 14 00 2, RasmussenOl 2 2 2, Schumacher 14 2 2 4, C.Brown 47 22 13. Hennmg 01 0 0 0, Pettis 01 00 0. Totals 21 56 24 27 71. -PtHnt Boolt-Chanotte 813 (Miller 33, Feaster 38, Stmson 01, SmrthTaylor 01). Indiana 5-16 (C.Brown 34, S.White 14. Catchings 15, Pettis 01, fvey 02). Fouled out None Reeounda-Charlotte 38 (Sutton-Brown 7), Indiana 43 (Catchings 10). AseMs Charlotte 17 IStatey 10). Indiana 14 (Ivey 6). Total fouls Charlotte 25, Indiana 18. A 7.855. HOUSTON MINNESOTA 40 39 3777 29-68 HOUSTON (77) Canty 4 11 00 8, Thompson 814 1313 30. Snow 2 5 12 5. Arcatn 5-10 34 13. Figgs 2 3 34 8. Udoka 2 2 00 4. Gibson 34 00 9. Umoh Coleman 00 00 0. Totals 2649 2023 77. MINNESOTA (SS) Sam 2 8 34 7. Abrosimove 2 46 9, Williams 67 02 12, Smith 11 18 22 27. Edwards 1 5 00 2. Van Gorp 483511. Harrow er 02 00 0, Pnde 00 00 0, Gortman 01 00 0. Burse 0 1 00 0. Totals 26-58 12 19 68. S-Polnt Ooole-Houston 5 7 (Gibson 33. Tig gs 1 1, Thompson 1 3). Minnesota 4 18 (Smith 36, Abrosimove 1 5, Edwards 03, Sum 041. Fouled out -None. Rebounds-Houston 35 (Canty 81. Minnesota 30 (Williams 6). Assists Houston JO (Arcain 51, Minnesota 18 (Edwards 61. Total fouls -Houslon 21, Minnesota 18- A 5.543. ON THE AIR 00 Oceanic Cable. PPV Oceanic pay-par view. D delayed. K Kaua'i. M Maul. Broadcast channels followed by cable channels m parentheses. WEDNESDAY TV 8:00 a.m. CWS: Cal State Fullerton-Stanford ESPN2 Noon Horse Racing: Hollywood Park FSNW2 1:00 p.m. MLB: Braves-Phillies ESPN 1:00 p.m. CWS: Rice-Texas ESPN2 4:00 p.m. MLB: Giants-Dodgers ESPN2 4:00 p.m. MLB: Giants-Dodgers FSNW2 4:00 p.m. MLB: Angels-Mariners PPV-778 WEDNESDAY RADIO ' ' ' 6:00 a.m. Sports Cafe: Don Robbs 1420 11:00 a.m. Sportsphone 550: Fred Guzman (M) 550 3:00 p.m. Sports Bar. Scott Robbs (to follow) 1420 4:10 p.m. MLB: Giants-Dodgers 1420 6:05 p.m. Two-Way Talk Show 1110 (M)570 (K) THURSDAY TV 4:00 a.m. Golf: Diageo Championship GOLF 7:00 a.m. MLB: Braves-Phillies TBS 7:30 a.m. Golf: Nationwide Charity Classic GOLF 8:00 a.m. CWS: TBA (if necessary) ESPN 10:30 a.m. Golf: PGA Club Professional Champ. GOLF 10:30 a.m. MLB: Angels-Mariners PPV-778 Noon Horse Racing: Hollywood Park FSNW2 1:00 p.m. CWS: TBA (If necessary) ESPN 1:30 p.m. SoccwiWUSA All-Star Game (Women) ESPN2 4:00 p.m. WNBA: Seattle-Los Angeles ESPN2 4:00 p.m. Horse Racing: From Los Alamitos FSNW2 4:00 p.m. Golf: Buick Classic (D) USA THURSDAY RADIO 6:00 a.m. Sports Cafe: Don Robbs 1420 11:00 a.m. Sportsphone 550: Fred Guzman (M) 550 3:00 p.m. Sports Bar. Scott Robbs (to follow) 1420 4:10 p.m. MLB: Giants-Dodgers 1420 6:05 p.m. Two-Way Talk Show 1110 (M)570 (K) NCAA Summer League Yesterday's Results Honolulu Ford 92, Electricians Hawal'l 77, HF Phil Martin 25, Leon Ballard 16. EH Derrick Low 25. Bob Nash 17. Mango Moon 107, Central Medical 69. MM Llewellyn Smalley 22, Nicholas Covington 18. CM Alvin Stephenson 18. Saint Anthony Clements 11, Punahou Wahine Summer League Monday's Results tola 32, Hawai'i Baptist 14 Maryknoll 33, Sacred Hearts 24 St. Francis 25, Kamehameha 24 Kahuku 43. Punahou III 22 McKmley 46, Punahou II 19 MidPacific 38, Punahou 1 29 Lady Rams JV Summer League Yesterday's Results Peart City 26, Maryknoll 17 Kalaheo 25, Radford 16 Roosevelt 52, Sacred Hearts 19 30-60 3671 SOCCER Major League Soccer Eastern W L T Pts OF OA MetroStars 5 3 2 17 13 10 Chicago 4 2 3 15 15 11 New England 4 3 3 15 16 15 Columbus 4 4 3 15 15 18 D.C. United 2 3 5 11 11 9 Western W L T Pt SF OA San Jose 5 2 2 17 13 11 KansasCity 4 2 5 17 20 17 Los Angeles 2 4 4 10 9 11 Colorado 2 6 2 8 8 16 Dallas 1 4 3 6 9 13 NOTE: 3 points for victory, 1 point lor tie. Today's Samoa (Times HST) Dallas at Chicago, 2:30 p.m. San Jose at Los Angeles, 4:30 p.m. . Women's United Soccer Association W l T Pts QF OA Boston 5 3 2 17 17 18 Washington 5 3 1 16 19 15 New York 5 5 1 16 18 24 Atlanta 4 2 4 16 19 7 San Diego 3 3 4 13 12 12 San Jose 4 6 0 12 9 12 Carolina 3 5 2 11 17 18 Philadelphia 3 5 2 11 14 19 NOTE: 3 points for victory, 1 point 'or lie. Tomorrow's Game All Star Game at Cary. N.C. SWIMMING USA Swimming Hawal'l Age Group Long Course Championships Final Results AtKlhei, Maui (Long Course SOmeter pool) Large Team Division: I, Kamehameha Swim Club, 1 ,697.50, 2. Hawai'i Swim Club 1.483, 3, lolani Swim learn 848.50. 4, Rainbow Aquatics 402. 5, Kona Aquatics 377. 6, Punahou Aquatics 3 16. 7. Aulea Swim Cfub '314. Small Team Division: 1, lahaina Swim Club i 219. 2, Maui Swim Club 197. 3, Aloha Aquatics 155. 4, Manoa Aquatics 144.50. 5, Maul Gold Swim Club 104. 6, South Maui Sharks 98. 7, Peart City Aquatics 81.50. 8. Peart Har. bor Swim Club 80.50. 9. Kona Dolphins 45. 10, Hilo Aquatic Club 43.50. 11, Mokihana Aquatics 41. 12, Academy Swim Club 30. 13, Kane'ohe Swim Association 19. 14. Wahiawa Swim Club 15. 15. Hickam Swim Team 9. 16. Maui Dolphin Swim Club 4. 17. Schofield Sharks 2. Mole 10-younger 10 Backstroke: 1, Lorens Chan, tOL. 38 44. 2, Kwkea Nakecrk, PHIN. 38.96. 3, Mlka Akh ma. BOWS, 39.47. 100 Freestyle: 1, Daren Choi, HSC. 1:13.23. 2, Lorens Chan, KX, 1:13.34. 3. Austin Strong. BOWS, 1:14.19. 200 IM: 1. Daren Choi, HSC. 2:58.95. 2. Mika Akima, BOWS. 2:59.90. 3. Dane Kawamoto. HSC, 3:05 81. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Hawai'i Swim Club A (Daren Choi, Dane Kawamoto, Eastman Holloway, Justin Keiley) 2:21.32. 2, Rainbow Aquatics A 2:28.73. 3, Hawal'l Swim Club B 2:31.90. 1112 SO Backstroke: 1, Kekoa Taparra, KSC, 33.13. 2, Thomas Yl, MAN, 35.38. 3. Jas Jer-naill, HSC, 35.42. 100 Freestyle: 1, Kekoa Taparra, KSC, 1:00,01. 2, DongYeop Shm, BOWS, 1:05.90. 3, Bruce Pflrrmann, PHSC, 1:06.70. 200 IM: 1, Kekoa Taparra, KSC, 2:34.02. 2, Jas Jemaill, HSC. 2:41.25. 3, Kent Yamada, AAA, 2:46.38. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Hawai'i Swim Club A (Jas Jemaill, David Clarke, Kevin Tharn, Shane Perry) 2:08.49. 2, Hawai'i Swim Club B 2:14.54. 3, Aulea Swim Club A 2:18,29. 1114 200 1001(0110110: 1. Mitchell Chong. KSC. 2:24.12. 2, Mick Kawamoto, KONA, 2:29.33. 3, Kawati Smith, KONA, 2:29,74. SO Freestyle: 1, Ilia Reyes. KSC, 25.97. 2, Darnel Coakley, HSC, 26.08. 3. Brett Gomes PAQ, 26.62. 200 Butterfly: 1. Keenan Anaya, MOW, 2:25.81. 2, Sean Campbell. KSC, 2:30.07. 3, Mitchell Chong, KSC, 2:33.06. 200 Freeetyle Relay: 1, Kamehameha Swim Club A (Mitchell Chong, fka Reyes, Andrew Kmimaka. Sean Campbell) 1:49.59. 2, Hawai'i Swim Club A 1:50.35. 3, Punahou Aquatics A 1:55.60. ISIS 200 Backstroke: 1. Mark Eckert, fOL, 2:10.50. 2, HoganOnkasa. GOLD. 2:15.85. 3. Bryan Avery. KSC. 2:22.34. SO Freeetyle: 1, Randall Tom. MAUI. 24.87. 2. Dane Way-man, KX. 25.72. 3. Davis Kane, KSC; Scott Nagata. HAQ. 25 84. 200 Sutterfly: 1. Ran dell Tom, MAUI. 2:13.73. 2, Bryan Avery, KSC, 2:18 42. 3. Aaron Boranian, KONA, 2:19.97. 200 Freostyk) Relay: 1, lolam Swrm Team A (Dane Wayman, Nathan Anderson, Ike Yato. Mark Eckert) 1:45.30. 2, Kamehameha Swim Club A 1:46.03. 3. Hawaii Swim Club A 1:51.86. 1718 200 Backstroke: 1, Honfhe Sun. 101. 2:07.43'. 2, jared Heine. KSC. 2:12.10. 3. Tatsuva Kobiiyashi, KSC, 2:25.14. SO Freestyle: 1, Tyler Kimura. AUL. 26.01 . 2, Chns Ricketts. MAN, 26.15. 3, Jonathan Lau, BOWS. 26.20. 200 Butterfly: 1, Noa Sakamoto, KSC, 2:05.49. 2. Hongzhe Sun, KX. 2:05.53. 3. Evan Cniffin-Barnes. KSC, 2:17.89. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Kamehameha Swtm Club C (Noa Sakamoto, Evan Dutfin-Bames, Tatsuya Kobayeshi, Zakary Noyiel 1:44.62. Female - 10- younger SO Backstroke: 1. Nikkie Telion. KSC, 38.19. 2, Kaiuiarn Kaalekahi. KM. 39.28. 3, Alyssa Foo, UNAT, 41.00. 100 Freestyle: 1, Nikkie Talion. KSC, 1:12.06. 2, Kwulani Kaalekahi, I0L. 1:13.90. 3, Rachel Fujita. PAQ, 1:14.32. 200 IM: 1, Katulam Kaalekahi, I0L. 3:01.53. 2, Natda Luangkhot, PCA. 3:02.55. 3. Alyssa Poo. UNAT, 3:04 27. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Kamehameha Swim Club A (Nikkie Talion, Anela Alumbaugh, Roni Hirai, Kehau Al) 2:21.25. 2, Maui Gold Swim Club A 2:26.48. 3, Hawai'i Swim Club A 2:28.85, 11- 12 SO Backstroke: 1, Chrlstel Simms. HSC. 33.42. 2, Remy Hirai, KSC, 35.27. 3, Jaime Kane, HSC, 35.39. 100 Freestyle: 1, Chrtstel Slmms. HSC, 1:03.18. 2, Remy Hirai, KSC. 1:04.73. 3, Aisha Akima, BOWS, 1:06.36. 200 IM: 1, Chnstel Simms, HSC, 2:35.52. 2, Remy Hirai, KSC, 2:42.94. 3, Kristie Halvor- , son, HSC, 2:45.64. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Hawal'l Swim Club A (Chnstel Simms. Knstie Halvorson, Nicole Guinto, Shanelle Choi) 2:02.49. 2, Kamehameha Swim Club A 2:02.65. 3, Aulea Swim Club A 2:07.91. 13-14 200 Backstroke: 1, Michelle Yoshrda, PAQ, 2:34.89. 2. Ashley Nickle, KX, 2:35.80. 3, Leah Schretenthaler, KX, 2:38.18. SO Freestyle: 1, Jessica Lau, UNAT, 28.78. 2, Laura Pope, LAH. 28.84. 3, Michelle Yoshida, PAQ. 29.46. 200 Butterfly: 1, Michelle Vaw-er, KX, 2:39.74. 2. Nikki Yemamoto. KX, 2:41.38. 3. Nicole Hagi. HSC. 2:45.51. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, foiarn Swim Team A (Ashley Nickle. Nikki Yamamoto. Lauren Pang, Michelle Vawer) 1:58.10. 2. Punahou Aquatics A 1:58.27, 3, Kamehameha Swim Club A 2:02.96. ISIS 200 Backstroke: 1, Mandy Hamilton, KONA, 2:30.82. 2, Megan Rose. KONA. 2:30.89. 3, Nikoya Collier, HSC, 2:35.32. SO Freestyle: 1, Meredith Eglona, HSC, 27.41. 2, Ivy Yi, MAN. 28.76. 3. Summer Nakasato, BOWS, 29.62 200 Butterfly: 1. Nikoya Collier, HSC, 2:35.43. 2. Mandy Hamilton, KONA, 2:35.61. 3. Ciara Gaoler, LAH, 2:43.92. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Hawai'i Swim Club A IMeredith Eglo na. Alicia Gerber, Nikoya Collier, Whitney Nekoba) 1:57.92. 2. Hawai'i Swim Club B 2:04.47, 17-18 200 Backstroke: 1. Chelsea Nagata, MAUI, .! 2:40.15. 2, Lauren Nickerson, UNAT, 2:41.66. 3, Amber Fnemer, HSC, 2:44.36. SO Freestyle: 1, Tami Binek. HSC, 28.07. 2, Chelsea Nagata. MAUI, 28.13. 3. Stella Karoly Brinich, KSC, 28.91. 200 Butterfly: 1, Stella Karoly-Bnmch, KSC, 2:35.30. 2, Chelsea Nagata. MAUI, 2:36.64. 3. Maria Krawciw, AUL, 2:39.20. 200 Freestyle Relay: 1, Hawai'i Swim Club C (Tami Binek, Amber Fnezner, Helena Sueturq, Semantha Motan) 2:01.37. set meel record TENNIS Wimbledon Seeds (Ranking In parentheses) 1 . Lleyton Hewitt, Australia (2) 2. Andre Agassi, United States (1) 3. Juan Carlos Fenero, Spain 13) 4. Roger Federer, Swiuefland (5) 5. Andy Roddick. United States (6) 6. Dawd Nalbandian, Argentina (9) 7. Guillermo Cona, Argentina (7) 8. Sieng Scbalken, Netherlands (12) 9. Rainer Scbuettler, Germany (8) 10. Tim Henman. Britain (29) 11. Jirl Novak, Ciech Republic (10) 12. Paradom Snchaphan, Thailand (11) 13. Sebastien Grosiesn, France (14) 14. Xavier Malisse, Belgium (31) . 15. Arnaud Clement, France (30) 16. Mikhail Youzhny, Russia (25) ' 17. Gustavo Kuerten, Brazil (13) , " : 18. Marat Safin, Russia (20) 19. Fernando Gonzalez, Chile (15) . . 20. Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Russia (23) 21. Martin Verkerk, Netherlands (16) 22. Felix Mantilla, Spam (17) 23. Agustin Callcn. Argentina (18) 24. Albert Costa, Spam (19) 25. Tommy Robredo. Spain (21) 26. James Blake, United States (27) 27. Younes El Aynaout. Morocco (22) 28. Wayne Ferreira. South Africa (24) 29. Gaston Gaudid, Argentina (26) 30. Jarkko Nieminen, Finland 132) 31. Vinoe Spadea. United States (33) 32. Juan Ignacio Chela, Argentina (34) 1. Serena Williams, United States (1) 2. Kim Cliisters, Belgium (2) 3. Justine Henintfardenne, Belgium (3) 4. Venus Williams. United States 14) 5. Lindsay Davenport, United States (5) 6. Amefie Meuresmo, France (6) 7. Chanda Rubin, United States (7) 8. Jennifer Capriati, United States (8) 9. Daniela Hantuchova, Slovakia 19) 10. Anastasia Myskina, Russia 110) 11. Jelena Ookic, SerbiaMontenegro (11) 12. Magdaiena Maleeva, Bulgana(12) 13. Ai Sugryama, Japan (13) 14. Elem Daniitidou. Greece (14) 15. Elena Dementteva. Russia (15) 16. Vera "vonareva, Russia (16) 17. Amanda Coeizer, South Alnca (17) ; 18. Conchita Martinez, Spain (19) 19. Mnghann Shaughnessy. USAI20I : 20. Patty Schnyder, Switzeiland(21) ,., 21. Elena Bovtna, Russia (22) 22. Nathalie Dechy, France (23) 23. Lisa Raymond, United States (24) 24. Magui Sema, Spam (25) 25. Anna Pistolesi, Israel (26) 26. Alexandra Stevenson, United States (27) 27. Silvia Fanna Ella, Italy (28) 28. Laura Granville, United States (29) 29. Nadia Petrova, Russia (30) 30. Denisa Chladkova, Czech Republic (31) 31. Elena Ukhovtseva, Russia (32) 32. Tamanne Tanasugani, Thailand (33) Ordlna Open Yesterday's First-Round Results At Autotron, Rosmalen, Netherlands Purse: Men, $452,000 (IrrtJ. Series): Women, 1170,000 (Tier III) Men Olivier Mutis, France, def. Richard Krajicek, Netherlands, 64, 7-6 (4). Sebastien Grosiean (5), France, def. Philipp Petzschner, Germany, 6-2, 5-7. 6-3. Jan Vacek, Czech Republic, def. Anthony Dupuls, Franoe, 7-6(2) 63. Amaud , Clement (7), France, def. Fred Hemmea Jr., ; Netherlands, 6-2, 6-3. Jin Novak (1), Czech " Republic, def. Jurgen Melzer, Austria, 81, 6-3. Franlisek Cermak, Czech Republic, def. Nicolas Kiefer, Germany, 63, retired, John van Lottum, Netherlands, def. Jose Acasuso, Argentina, 6-3, 82. Lars Burgsmuller, Germany, def, Martin Verkerk (4), Netherlands, 3 6.64,7-6(11). , , Mana Sanchez Lorenzo, Spain, def. Nicole Pratt, Australia. 7-5, 6-2. Els Callens. Belgium, def. Cho Yoonieong, South Korea, 6-4, 6-1. Nadia Petrova (5), Russia, def. Angellqu Widjaja, Indonesia, 64, 36. 82. Barbara Rrt-tner. Germany, def. Rita Grande, Italy, 81, 6-3. Amelie Mauresmo (3). France, def. Manon Bartoli. France, 1-6. 7 (5), 64. ATP Samsung Open Yesterday's First-Round Results At Nottingham. England Puree: 6452,000 (Intl. Series) Younes El Aynaoui (1), Morocco, def. Alexander Waske. Germany. 7-6 (2), 64. Max Mimyl (6), Belarus, def. Robby Gineprt. United States. 6 3, 64. Andre Sa, Brazil, def. Jamie Delgado. Bntain. 87 (4), 7-6 (2), 7-6 (4). Michel Kratochvll. Switzerland, def. Stefan Koubek, Austria, 64, 83. Greg Rusedskl, Britain, def. Jarkko Nieminen (3), Finland, 8-4, 84. Taylor Dent (7), United States, def. Brian Vahaly, United States, 83, 64. Jonas Bjorkman, Sweden, def. Mikhail Youzhny (2), Russia, 82, 60. Olivier Rochus, Belgium, def. Irakli Labadze, Georgia, 80, 4-1, retired. WTA Tour Hastings Direct Intl. Championships Yesterday's First-Round Results At Devonshire Park, Eastbourne, England Purse: 668S.OO0 (Tier II) Magdaiena Maleeva (8). Bulgaria, def. Lisa Raymond, United States. 87 (6), 83. 64. Anna Pistolesi, Israel, def. Eleni Daniilidou, Greece, 82, 74 (2). Tamanne Tanasugam, Thailand, def. Elena Bovina, Russia, 7-6 (2), 46, 64. Ai Sugryama (7), Japan, def. Anne s Keothavong, Bntain, 62, 6-2. Elena Likhovt-' seva, Russia, def. Sytviia Talaia, Croatia, 64, 6-1. Amy Frazier, United Stales, def. Amanda Janes, Bntain. 7 5, 64. Nathalie Dechy, France, def. Meghann Shaughnessy, United States, f3. 6-3. Amanda Coetzer. South Africa, def. Anastasia Myskina (5), Russia. 6 2, 64. Saon Obata. Japan, def. Jelena Ookic (6), SerbiaMontenegro, 83, 61. CORRECTION 9 Kenpo was incorrectly identified as karate in yesterday's Advertiser. TRANSACTIONS Baseball American League Detroit Tigers Recalled OF Andres Tones from Toledo of the IL. Purchased the contract Of C A.J. Hinch from Toledo. Optioned C Brandon Inge to Toledo. Designated OF Ernie Young for assignment. Seattle Mariners Sent OF John Mabry to Tacoma of the PCI on an injury rehabilitation assignment. Toronto Bhie Joye Signed RHP Juan Aceva-do. National League Florida Marlins Recalled RHP Blaine Neal from Albuoerque of the PCL. Houston Astros Called up RHP Rodrigo Rosano from New Orleans of the PCL. Los Angeles Dodgers Activated 1B0F Daryle Ward from the 15lay disabled list. Op-honed OF Bubba Crosby to Las Vegas of the PCL San Frencrsco Otonts Placed C Yorvlt Torre-alba on the bereavement list. Recalled C Trey Lunsford from Fresno of the PCL. Football Notional Football Leagua Denver Bronco Signed WR Adrian Madise to a frveyear contract. Green Boy Peckers Waived QB Zak Kustok. New York Jets Waived OL David Viger. rmlladelprila Eagles Signed CB Dtifyon Brut-ley to a twoyear contract. Tampa lay Buccaneer Signed P Tom Tupa and WR Reggie Barlow to one-year contracts. College - Tennessee Promoted Chns Ferguson to men's associme head basketball coach. WashingtonNamed Keith GHbertson super-: visor of Ilia football program.

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