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May 10, 2001
Four goals from Diallo, and no win
[Times photo: Thomas M. Goethe]
The Mutiny ties Los Angeles 4-4 despite the forward's team scoring record for a game.
Gary Shelton
Trade him. Dump him. Do it NOW.
Say good night, Vinny.

Devil Rays
A loss, maybe worse
Albie Lopez hurts groin, Ryan Rupe struggles again in Rays' 8-6 loss to Orioles.

McHale talks hit snag
ST. PETERSBURG -- The restructuring of the Rays ownership group may be hindering the efforts to hire John McHale Jr. as chief operating officer.

McRae: Castilla wasn't singled out
ST. PETERSBURG -- They stood near third base during batting practice Thursday and just chatted, emphasizing points of the discussion with their arms and hands.

USF's Baxter has some high ideals
Not only does he want to jump higher than anyone, he wants to bring his team together in victory.

Avs, Devils show mettle
Taken to Game 7s in hard-fought series, each wins convincingly to advance to the conference finals.

Folding of IHL would be end of Vipers, owner says
Tom Wilson said he had not heard the story. But if true, it will mark the official end of the IHL's Detroit Vipers, the Lightning's flagship minor-league affiliate.

DB Kelly happy to remain with Bucs
His one-year deal completes the signing of restricted free agents.

'A passion for the product'
Adams Golf rose from obscurity to become a popular and lucrative retailer of equipment. But despite all of his success, Barney Adams still loves club design best.

A year after Petty's death, pain remains
Nearly a year has passed since Adam Petty's death, but the grief still frequents the lives of those closest to him.

Sports briefs
Safin is the latest seed to exit Italian Open

Dragon defensive back to play at Kansas JUCO
TAMPA -- Jefferson's Tim Jackson accepted a full scholarship to Dodge City Community College in Kansas.

Sickles earns second chance with victory
Early offense and solid pitching carry the Gryphons to the Class 6A final for the second consecutive season.

Class 2A pitchers leave batters feeling helpless
AUBURNDALE -- Freshman Angel Shamblin hurled a no-hitter in Hollywood Christian's 2-0 victory over Lafayette in the Class 2A semifinals.

Six errors prove to be East Bay's downfall
AUBURNDALE -- Green Cove Springs Clay spooked East Bay early and erased the Indians' hopes of a state championship by winning 4-1 in the Class 4A semifinals.

Wharton boys could contend for state title
The Wildcats have the talent. But it must all come together Saturday at the Class 4A meet.

Season of promise ended early
Several Pinellas County teams had legitimate hopes of advancing to the final four. None of them made it.

Pitchers dominate Class 2A matchups
AUBURNDALE -- Freshman Angel Shamblin hurled a no-hitter in Hollywood Christian's 2-0 victory over Lafayette in the Class 2A semifinals.

Spartan keeps himself real busy
Lakewood's Dermillo Wise will compete in four events at Friday's Class 3A state meet.

Around Pinellas

Captain's corner
First it's Bean Point. Then Passage Key. You usually can see them traversing the shallow, clear water of these renowned fishing spots. And if you're lucky enough to get there before the next person, you could be just lucky enough to boat one.

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