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Swiss star Dickenmann tops W-League scoring charts
July 10th, 2007 7AM

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GAME RESULTS:
July 4
New Jersey 0 Jersey 2 (Nogueira 45, Dickenmann 75).

July 5
Fort Wayne 1 (Huser 63) London 2 (Curvelo 1, Smith 41).
Minnesota 4 (Smith 11, Hans 24, Strahota 44, Oligney 50) West Michigan 1 (Christianson 56).
Cleveland 6 (Adams 2, 39, 47, 48, Rostedt 25, Cinalli 43) Michigan 1 (Hill 24).

July 6
Seattle 3 (Arrant 32, Reynolds 62, Redwine 68) Mile High 2 (Guante 26, Paulsen 55).
Atlanta 2 (Latham pen. 35, 90) Cocoa 2 (Dittmar 26, Love 50).
Boston 2 (MacIver 84, Croft 90) Northern Virginia 1 (Deegan 37).

July 7
Fredericksburg 1 (Heyer 69) Hampton Roads 1 (Jackson 31).
Minnesota 4 (Smith 20, Schwartz 52, 55, Gaylor 60) West Michigan 0.
Cleveland 8 (Ferree 16, Rostedt 29, Cinalli 31, 53, Adams 49, 81, Augustin 74, Hubka 84) London 0,
Ottawa 3 (Taylor 14, Parker 35, Laue 50) Toronto 3 (Morra 45, 63, Ruhe Lischke 66).
Charlotte 2 (Rife 15, 44) Cocoa 1 (Brolly 45).
Western Mass 2 (Hagg 38, 52) Northern Virginia 5 (Smerdzinski 9 , Banks 41, 71, 84, Riley 51).
Jersey 2 (Dickenmann 17, 43) Washington 3 (Andrzejeski 27, Welsh 37, 56).
Vermont 0 Hamilton 2 (Heydorn 9, Barselona 16).
New York 1 (Ayinde 14) New Jersey 1 (Tuttle 63).

July 8
Laval 8 (Mercier 10, Lesage 17, 31, 40, Legault 25, Vaillancourt 51, Bouchard 54, 56) Hamilton 0.
Vancouver 2 (Milbrett 1, Kyle 90) Mile High 2 (Miller 36, Guante 69).
Fredericksburg 0 Richmond 2 (Parsons 53, Miskell 86).



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