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4. NJCAA: Jefferson and Young Harris win D1 championships
November 20th, 2006 1:45AM
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Jefferson College of Missouri won its first NJCAA Division I men's title with a 2-1 overtime victory over perennial power Mercer County Community College in the final on Sunday in Tyler, Texas.

The Vikings didn't crack after conceding an own goal in the 56th minute. Four minutes later, Judner Joseph tied the score, and Rhamon Silva won the game in overtime. The tournament MVP was Viking Claudio Dantas.

Young Harris College of Georgia beat Iowa Western College, 2-0, to win the NJCAA D1 women's championship.

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