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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
 
TUESDAY'S SCHEDULE  

SOCCER
WOMEN'S WORLD CUP    (Semi Final Round)
at Vancouver
     U-S  vs  Germany

BASEBALL:
              A.L.
     Boston at Toronto 
     Texas at Baltimore
     Cleveland at Tampa Bay
     Kansas City at Houston
     Colorado at Oakland
     N.Y. Yankees at L.A. Angels

             N.L.
     L.A. Dodgers at Arizona
     Milwaukee at Philadelphia
     Chicago Cubs at N.Y. Mets
     San Francisco at Miami
     Washington at Atlanta
     Colorado at Oakland
 
        INTER--LEAGUE
     Minnesota at Cincinnati
     Colorado at Oakland
     Chicago White Sox at St. Louis
     Seattle at San Diego

MONDAY'S SCOREBOARD  

SOCCER
WOMEN'S WORLD CUP   ( Round of 16)
At Ottawa
     England 2 Norway 1

At Edmonton
     United States 2 Colombia 0

MLB 
                A.L.
     Boston  3  Toronto  1
     Texas 8 Baltimore 1
     Cleveland 7 Tampa Bay 1
     Houston 6 Kansas City 1
     L.A. Angels 4 N.Y. Yankees 1
  
                N.L.
     Milwaukee 7 Philadelphia 4
     Arizona 10 L.A. Dodgers 6
 
           INTER-LEAGUE
     Cincinnati 11 Minnesota 7
     Oakland 7 Colorado 1     
     
THE HEADLINES:

--  --  Kamloops Blazers went for  17 yr old Czech born defenceman  Ondrei Vala from Pardubice with the 11th overall selection in the  CHL Import  draft this morning.  Vala will be in his NHL draft year in 2016  the left handed shooting blueliner comes highly recommended. He's 6' 3 1/2" and, weighs  198 lbs.  Acadie Bathurst took Russian forward Vladimir Kuznetsov #1 overall.  Saskatoon, at #2, selected Czech Blueliner  Libor Hajek. 

-- This is the eve of NHL free agency, but its also the last day for NHL teams to buy out players.  The Buffalo Sabres have told former Vancouver first rounder, Cody Hodgson that his time with the team is over.  

-- The L-A Kings shocked NHL observers by not only releasing Mike Richards, but also terminating his deal  for breach  of contract.   The move means L.A. is only on the hook for just under 7 million of 22 million he is owned,  which counts  towards the salary cap.

-- The Vancouver Canucks have signed  backup goaltender Jacob Markstrom to a two year, 3 million dollar contract

-- Eugenie Bouchard and, Vasek Pospisil see action today at Wimbledon.  The struggling Bouchard, who made last year's final, faces  Chinese qualifier Ying-Ying Duan in her first match. Pospisil meets up with Vincent Millot of France.  

--  Toronto Blue Jays were stymied by Clay Buchholz in a 3-1 loss to Boston. Bucholtz pitched eight innings, scattering five hits.  R-A Dickey gave up 6 hits over six innings in suffering the loss,  his 8th in 11 decisions.
   
-- Cleveland's Cody Anderson came close to becoming the first pitcher to toss a perfect game in only his second start. Tampa Bay's Grady Sizemore homered in the seventh to break it up and the Rays wound up with 3 hits in the 7-1 loss.  
  
-- TRU  basketball teams got their Canada West schedules Monday, and, they will open their 10 game regular seasons on the road November 6th & 7th against the UNBC Timberwolves in Prince George.  Thier first home games at the TCC are November 20th and, 21st  against Grant McEwen of Edmonton.  

-- Three Kamloops throws specialists will be in Edmonton this week for the Canadian Track and, Field Championships.. The three are shot put thrower, Tarryn Suttie   and, hammer throwers Sultana Frizzell and, Heather Steacy.
            

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