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May 30, 2001
Charley Pell - 1941-2001
Coaching at all costs
[Times files]
Man who achieved historic highs and lows with Gator football program dies of cancer.
Gary Shelton
He's giving someone an earful still
Somehow, you just know. Somewhere, Charley Pell is in full snarl.

Court: Golfer can use cart
Under the Americans With Disabilities Act, the PGA must make an exception for Casey Martin, the Supreme Court says.

Keyshawn defends his off-season lifestyle
Bucs receiver says commitments prevent him from making all full-squad workouts. Some coaches are disappointed.

Devil Rays/baseball
Lidle bashes Rays; then Rays bash back
The former Tampa Bay pitcher provides some clubhouse clippings before the Rays beat him and the Athletics 5-1.

Catchers swapped as DiFelice starts
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Hal McRae's latest attempt to improve the Rays has Mike DiFelice replacing John Flaherty behind the plate.

Diaz streaks up leaderboards
A player on the West Coast is causing quite a commotion with his hitting streaks, high average and magnificent play in the outfield.

Unexpected sources give New Jersey spark
Corkum and Stevenson? Yes, Corkum and Stevenson bring the Devils back.

Lightning will share AHL team
DENVER -- A call from an old friend helped solve the Lightning's minor-league problems.

It's official: No accord on calls
DENVER -- The quality of playoff officiating is apparently in the eye of the beholder.

Valderrama, teammates duke it out in practice
The Mutiny's frustrating season got even worse Tuesday when Carlos Valderrama punched forward Eric Quill in the face during the team's first practice since Saturday's 4-0 loss to Miami.

Et cetera
Sports briefs
Gator women's tennis coach calls it quits

Daily fishing report
On recent trips grouper bite has been a little off, but snapper has been red hot. Next time you're heading offshore try one of the wrecks in 90-140 feet of water. You can find a few listed on a local fishing map sold at tackle shops and marine stores.

Wildcat two-stepped to stardom
Wharton's Kendra Smith set five individual school records ... after being convinced to try the sport.

Spartan leapt past county's best
Lakewood's Dermillo Wise -- one of three Pinellas long jumpers to win state titles -- earned four medals at the Class 3A meet.

Brandon promotes assistant
TAMPA -- A few weeks after Brandon coach Greg Parris resigned, one of Parris' assistants, Mike Bell, was hired.

Around Pinellas
TRACK: Pinellas County's two competitors at Saturday's Golden South Invitational -- Northeast's Russell Tyson and Seminole's Derek Pakus -- placed in the top four at the Payne Stewart Complex in Orlando.

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