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July 3, 2001
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Success at the Summitt
Tampa Bay duo stands out at Pat Summitt's camp for elite high school players.
Darrell Fry
Early exit an omen for U.S.
WIMBLEDON, England -- They are talking about Pete Sampras today. Talking about the shock waves he left here at Wimbledon on Monday. Talking about how this is the end of an era, the end of Sampras' long reign at this venerable place.

Sampras streak ends
Roger Federer, 19, ends the top seed's string of Wimbledon titles at five.

Devil Rays
Rays can't keep it close long enough
14-game stretch against Red Sox and Yanks ends with too typical 7-1 loss in New York.

McRae: Cox will stay in lineup
NEW YORK -- The Rays don't know when Fred McGriff's left hamstring will improve enough for him to return to first base. It could be tonight, it could be this week, it could be after the All-Star break.

Up next: Blue Jays
Today: 7:15 p.m., Wednesday: 4:15 p.m., Thursday: 7:15 p.m.

All as usual for police in Daytona
With NASCAR returning to Daytona International Speedway this week for the first time since Dale Earnhardt's death, the city's police department will operate under the usual procedure.

Arena football
Storm's grip begins to slip
The Storm's once-imposing Southern Division lead is now just half a game following Sunday's nationally televised 46-38 loss to Orlando, but coach Tim Marcum couldn't care less.

Sports briefs
Nevada senator: Gambling bill will not pass

Around Hillsborough
SOCCER: MLS Camps, the official camp of Major League Soccer, will have two five-day camps in Pinellas County.

Jetstream divers shine in Georgia
Austin Hampton and Chris Colwill win gold medals while some of their teammates finish in the top 10.

Northeast wins two to earn baseball title
The All-Star tournaments are under way in Districts 5 and 12, and the 9-10 divisions in District 5 came to a close last weekend.

Daily fishing report
Grass beds and shallow sandbars surrounded by water in lower Tampa Bay hold an abundance of juvenile blacktip, bonnethead, bull and nurse sharks. A 3-foot blacktip on light spinning tackle can offer a challenge to any angler.

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