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Published: Mon, July 1, 2002 @ 12:00 a.m.



SLY'S13-1

COITSVILLE POLICE11-3

BW-3 (AUSTINTOWN)12-4

WAGON WHEEL/REDS10-4

MILLERS9-5

GENERAL EXTRUSIONS7-6

TOTH PAINTING6-9

COMPCO4-8

ICE HOUSE3-10

SCHIAVONI2-10

BULLSEYE2-12

WEST

BW-3 (BOARDMAN)11-1

AVALON GARDENS10-2

BRIARFIELD HEALTHCARE7-3

HOMETOWN VISION7-4

SIMPLY ED6-5

LUBE STOP5-7

GIACHETTAS3-6

PLAZA CAFE3-9

BLUE WOLF TAVERN3-8

HARDBODIES COLLISION0-10

AREA SOCCER RESULTS

MEN'S LEAGUE

AT VALLEY SPORTS, LTD.

Eagles 7, Greenville 2 -- The Eagles are 3-1. Steve Haylett and Rob Glass scored for Greenville (0-2).

Latinos 3, Empire 1 -- Carlos Auiles scored two goals and Juan Manuel had the other for Latinos (2-2). Mike Mannion scored for Empire (0-3-1).

Lencyk Masonry 8, Mavericks 1 -- B.J. Good scored for Lencyk (3-0). The Mavericks are 1-1-1.

AP SPORTLIGHT

ON THIS DATE

July 2

1921 -- The Jack Dempsey-Georges Carpentier heavyweight match at Rickard's Orchard in Jersey City, N.J., becomes the first million-dollar gate in boxing history. The receipts total $1,789,238 with $50 ringside seats. In front of 80,183, Dempsey knocks out Carpentier at 1:16 of the fourth round.

1927 -- Helen Wills Moody becomes the first American to win at Wimbledon since May Sutton in 1907, beating Lili de Alvar 6-2, 6-4 for the title.

1938 -- Helen Wills Moody wins her eighth and final singles title at Wimbledon, defeating Helen Jacobs 6-4, 6-0.

1966 -- Billie Jean King wins the first of her six singles titles at Wimbledon, beating Maria Bueno of Brazil 6-3, 3-6, 6-1.

1988 -- Steffi Graf ends Martina Navratilova's six-year reign as Wimbledon champion with a 5-7, 6-2, 6-1 victory. It is the first time in nine finals that Navratilova loses a Wimbledon singles match.

1994 -- Colombian defender Andres Escobar, 27, is killed outside a bar in Colombia in retaliation for deflecting a ball into his own goal in a 2-1 loss to the United States in the World Cup.

1995 -- Tom Weiskopf withstands a charge by Jack Nicklaus to win the U.S. Senior Open by four strokes.

1999 -- Alexandra Stevenson becomes first qualifier in Wimbledon history to reach the women's semis. She beats another qualifier, 16-year-old Jelena Dokic, 6-3, 1-6, 6-3.

LEADERS

AUTO RACING

NASCAR Winston Cup

Through June 23

Points

1, Sterling Marlin, 2,198. 2, Mark Martin, 2,136. 3, Jeff Gordon, 2,116. 4, Jimmie Johnson, 2,112. 5, Tony Stewart, 2,110. 6, Rusty Wallace, 2,054. 7, Ricky Rudd, 2,050. 8, Matt Kenseth, 2,020. 9, Kurt Busch, 2,003. 10, Bill Elliott, 1,972.

Money

1, Mark Martin, $3,201,510. 2, Ward Burton, $2,817,726. 3, Sterling Marlin, $2,302,557. 4, Tony Stewart, $2,303,319. 5, Ryan Newman, $2,296,756. 6, Jeff Gordon, $2,272,818. 7, Elliott Sadler, $2,051,414. 8, Matt Kenseth, $2,011,522. 9, Ricky Rudd, $1,995,908. 10, Dale Jarrett, $1,915,507.

CART

Through June 30

Points

1, Cristiano da Matta, 95. 2, Bruno Junqueira, 70. 3, Dario Franchitti, 64. 4, Michel Jourdain, 57. 5, Christian Fittipaldi, 43. 6, Scott Dixon, 42. 7, Patrick Carpentier, 38. 8, Paul Tracy, 36. 9, Alex Tagliani, 36. 10, Michael Andretti, 34.

Money

1, Cristiano da Matta, $448,500. 2, Bruno Junqueira, $298,250. 3, Dario Franchitti, $252,750. 4, Christian Fittipaldi, $198,250. 5, Paul Tracy, $194,000. 6, Michael Andretti, $193,250. 7, Michel Jourdain, $184,000. 8, Alex Tagliani, $166,000. 9, Patrick Carpentier, $152,250. 10, Scott Dixon, $151,250.

Indy Racing League

Through June 30

Points

1, Helio Castroneves, 280. 2, Gil de Ferran, 277. 3, Sam Hornish Jr., 256. 4, Felipe Giaffone, 237. 5, Al Unser Jr., 194. 6, Jeff Ward, 181. 7, Airton Dare, 176. 8, Alex Barron, 169. 9, Scott Sharp, 156. 10, Laurent Redon, 145.

Money

1, Helio Castroneves, $2,071,515. 2, Gil de Ferran, $880,465. 3, Felipe Giaffone, $869,315. 4, Sam Hornish Jr., $833,365. 5, Alex Barron, $706,315. 6, Jeff Ward, $687,415. 7, Al Unser Jr., $676,665. 8, Scott Sharp, $593,865. 9, Tomas Scheckter, $589,815. 10, Airton Dare, $587,915.

LATEST LINE

Baseball

FavoriteOddsUnderdog

National League

PHILADELPHIAEven-6Ny Mets

Chicago Cubs51/2-61/2FLORIDA

PITTSBURGH6-7Milwaukee

Houston6-7CINCINNATI

ATLANTA6-7Montreal

ST. LOUIS7-8San Diego

COLORADO51/2-61/2San Francisco

ARIZONA6-7Los Angeles

American League

NEW YORK12-14`Cleveland

BOSTON71/2-81/2Toronto

BOSTON7-8Toronto

CHI WHITE SOX71/2-81/2Detroit

TEXAS9-11Tampa Bay

ANAHEIM9-11Baltimore

SEATTLE8-9Kansas City

OAKLAND81/2-91/2Minnesota

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