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Defending PDL champion Michigan opens with two wins
May 22nd, 2007 7AM
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The defending PDL champion Michigan Bucks opened their 2007 season with a pair of shutout wins. Khelli Dube scored twice and Nate Jafta scored a goal and added an assist in the 4-0 win over West Michigan. Doug DeMartin and Dube scored in the 2-0 win over Cleveland. St. Louis, Long Island and Carolina are the only teams that are 3-0-0.

GAME RESULTS:
May 16
West Michigan 0 Michigan 4 (Dube 12, 81, Jafta 38, Uzoigwe 90).
Cape Cod 4 (Barnett 11, 74, Massie 77, Stratford 85) Rhode Island 0.
Kansas City 3 (Thomas 30, Gorczyca 45, Warman 75) Des Moines 1 (Paterson 24).
Chicago 1 (McCarty 90) Indiana 1 (Stewart 39).
Reading 2 (Hay 30, Kulp 56) Virginia 1 (Leder 39).
May 17
Cascade 1 (Ostegren 62) BYU 2 (Cavanaugh 4, Graham 12).
Bradenton 1 (Boggs 5) Carolina 2 (Lahoud 16, Cisse 41).
May 18
DFW 1 (Guarda 77) Austin 0.
Tacoma 1 (Agu 10) Ogden 0.
Michigan 2 (DeMartin 11, Dube 71) Cleveland 0.
Ventura County 3 (Farfan 37, 60, Avila 52) Fresno 2 (Campos 4, Rivera 56).
New Orleans 0 Laredo 0.
Cocoa 0 Cary 0.
West Virginia 0 Richmond 1 (Barlow 88).
Palm Beach 0 Bradenton 3 (Milien 20, Boggs 49, 90).
Lancaster 1 (Lopez 35) Bakersfield 5 (Aguilera 12, 44, 63, Gomez 55, Ashurst 80).
Albany 0 Brooklyn 1 (Chambers 68).
Long Island 1 (Grella 29) Westchester 0.
Fredericksburg 1 (Bumbut 47) Delaware 0.
El Paso 2 (Briones 41, Palacios 88) Mississippi 0.
May 19
Sioux Falls 2 (Cutshaw 37, 75) Springfield 0.
El Paso 0 Mississippi 0.
Des Moines 0 St. Louis 1 (Heinemann 28).
Nashville 1 (Bristol 90) Atlanta 1 (Parrish 49).
West Virginia 1 (Whalley 34) Ocean City 3 (Peters 14, Ortiz 24, Heins 73).
So. California 3 (Simon 20, 82, Farnsworth 37) San Fernando Valley 4 (Shaw 3, Sims 8, 45, Davis 18).
Central Florida 0 Carolina 2 (Cisse 6, Salinas 89).
Westchester 0 Cape Cod 0.
Tacoma 2 (O'Brien 9, Agu 37) BYU 0.
Cascade 1 (Ostegren 57) Ogden 0.
New Orleans 3 (Ray 2, Quinn 7, Hughes 90) Baton Rouge 0.
Rhode Island 4 (Tumisz 44, 76, Gonsalves 55, Giraldo 58) Vermont 0.
No. Virginia 1 (Chaves 23) Delaware 0.
Los Angeles 2 (Soriano 48, Schunk 90) San Jose 1 (Baird 23).
May 20
San Francisco 1 (Masanial 38) Lancaster 2 (Harrie 3, Figueroa 28).
Brooklyn 1 (Smith 32) Long Island 3 (Hassett 18, Grella 35, Sullivan 79).
Orange County 1 (Zizzo 43) San Jose 2 (own goal 15, Baird 18).
Reading 0 Hampton Roads 0.
Chicago 2 (own goal 71, Elass 84).
No. Virginia 0 Fredericksburg 7 (Neagu 5, 11, 56, Lewis 35, Lacey 48, Bumbut 71, Ayotte 85).
Sioux Falls 1 (Carciente 7) Kansas City 2 (Gorczyca 44, Guthrie 90).



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