|Results from Saturday, June 28, 2003
CTLF 14, Team Utah 1
It was a strong team against a newer team. The final score was 14-1, with the game being clean and displaying nice sportsmanship.
Tri-State All-Stars 6, X-Team 2
The game had an even start, 1-1, 2-2, 3-3. We had many shots that hit the goal posts for both teams. In the second half Tri-State gained the lead and held it throughout the rest of the game.
CCLax 7, Rose City Rebels 5
This was a great game for CCLax goalie, she mad a great difference in the game. The first half was a tie, second half CC went ahead by 3, the a strong try by Rose scoring only one, not quite enough.
CTLF W, Minnesota All-Stars L
Another stong vs. new matchup. Clean game with only one late yellow. CTLF goalie and transition provided the significant edge in play. Minnesota showed strong promise in the offensive end, but had problems with close defensive sets and overloads.
Colorado I 20, Windy City 3
Stronger team vs. newer team. Strong offensive sets and Windy City only had 2 substitutes. An injury was suffered by #8 of Colorado, otherwise clean play. Colorado had too much speed and stick skills for Windy City.
CCLax 8, Houston Heat 5
Two stong spirited teams. CCLax goalie was strong, good two-sided transition. CCLax exhibited stronger offensive sets, especially the overloads/isos.
PA Express 14, Minnesota 2
PA Express dominated play, first half score was 11-0. Minnesota put asside nerves and played better in the second half, holding PA to 3 goals. The leaders for PA Express were Kelly Kremer with 4 goals and Courtney Tansilis with 2 goals. Emily Riff and Laura Kremier each threw in a goal for Minnesota.
Future Elite 12, Colorado II 4
From a 9-3 first half, Future Elite continued to rule the attack. Colorado defensive player Lindsey Huder still showed strong game, while Kassy Boyd score 2 goals. Future Elite scoring was evenly shared by Megan Cassara, Courtney Arnold, and Kelly Butler, each with 2 goals.
Hero's 17, Houston Heat 1
Heros excellent passing on attack was a whole team effort, no one star. Houston goalkeeper put in a good effort in spite of the score. Houston's goal was scored in the first period by Millie Canter. Hero's scoring was led by Jordan Fewell with 5 goals and Lauren Schwarzmann with 3 goals.
PA Express 13, Team Utah 0
PA Express's experience was too much for Utah. PA attack a team performance though Natalie Miller had a break-out game with 5 goals, while Johna Capaldo threw in 3 goals.
Vermont 4, AAWLA 2
Vermont was very disciplined team from end line to end line. Goalkeeper Ashley Miller had an excellent game. The score was tied 1-1 at half when Becky Dumont and Sarah Dalton deposited winning goals, finishing with 2 goals each. For AAWLA both Samantha Price and Lauren Clena tossed in a goal.
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