|Results from Monday, June 30, 2003
We apologize for the delay, these game reports were difficult to track down.
Colorado I 9, Tri-State All-Stars 8
Colorado came out strong to a 7-4 half-time lead, but Tri-State made a game of it in the second half. In the end Colorado's goalie and defense stepped up to hold off the surge, Brittany Ester did her best throwing in 6 goals for Tri-State, while Megan Murphy led Colorado with 3 goals.
Future Elite 6, Green Mtn. Girls 1
Hard fought championship calibur game. Green Mtn. gave into experience and tremendous team play and the scoring of four different Future Elite players.
PA Express 12, CCLax 2
CCLax played all out every minute, with goalkeeper Haley Bosch showing outstanding play. PA's swarming attack and opportunistic defense took control, scoring came from Johna Capalers with 4 goals and Kelley Kremer and Natalie Miller each throwing in 2 goals. Both Ali Flury and Kathleen Latonick tossed one in for CCLax.
Heros 15, CTLF 5
Baltimore based Heros turned on the heat against Connecticut's CTLF, burning the sod with their smothering attack. CTLF made a few inroad goals, but were no match for the aggressive Heros. Kristen Slahor led Heros with 4 goals with the following four players each adding 2 goals: Gina Lucido, Jordan Jewell, Claire Cunifa, and Megan Carver. The CTLF team had different scorers for each of their 5 goals.
Future Elite 9, Colorado I 8
Courtney Arnold scored for Elite with less than a minute left for the win. Elite jumped out in full force to lead 7-2 at the half. A gritty and determined Colorado team roared back and tied the game twice in the last three minutes.
Green Mountain Girls 8, Tri-State 7
PA Express 6, Hero's 5 2ot
CTLF 13, CCLax 5
AAWLA 5, X-Team 3
Colorado II 14, Windy City 8
Rose City Rebels 12, Minnesota 3
Houston Heat 5, Utah 2
AAWLA 8, Colorado II 7
Windy City 14, X-Team 8
Houston Heat 7, Rose City Rebels 6
Minnesota 6, Utah 5
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