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Central Conference
Semifinals
July 27  in Rochester, Mich.
Thunder Bay 1 (Swartzendruber 57) Chicago 3 (Hlavaty pen. 53, Fleak 76, 77).
Michigan 4 (Dube 26, Holody 79, Djokic 86, Uzoigwe 90) St. Louis 1 (Angus 45).
Final
July 28  in Rochester, Mich.
Michigan 3 (Dube 57, Shipalane 74, Uzoigwe 89) Chicago 0.
 
Eastern Conference
Semifinals
July 27  in Ocean City, N.J.
Hampton Roads 1 (Joseph 89) Brooklyn 1 (Niebles 44)
(Brooklyn wins 6-5 on penalties.)
Ocean City 0 Cape Cod 5 (Chery 36, 49, Wright 52, Massie 57, Nyazamba 72).
Final
July 28  in Ocean City, N.J.
Cape Cod 0 Brooklyn 1 (Dragoi pen. 38).
 
Southern Conference
Semifinals
July 27  in Laredo, Texas
Carolina 1 (Jata 81) El Paso 0.
Laredo 4 (Morales 4, 26, Galvan 7, Ibarra 60) Central Florida 0.
Final
July 28  in Laredo, Texas
Laredo 2 (Ibarra 48, Morales 74) Carolina 1 (Lahoud 54).
 
Western Conference
Semifinals
July 27  in Fresno, Calif.
BYU 2 (Fellows 64, 76) San Fernando Valley 0.
Fresno 4 (Nunes 22, Campos 100, Blanco 102, Machado 108) Tacoma 1 (David 63).
Final
July 28  in Fresno, Calif.
Fresno 3 (Nunes pen. 5, Campos 51, 90) BYU 0.



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