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SCOREBOARD: NJCAA Division I Men and Women
November 21st, 2008 8AM

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Defending champion Yavapai improved to 24-0-0 with a 3-1 win over Schoolcraft that moved it into the semifinals of the NJCAA Division I Men's Tournament in Phoenix. Francis Khamis, Justin Meram and Gabriel Okito scored for the Roadrunners, who play Garden City of Kansas in Friday's semifinals. The other semifinal pits Mercer County against San Jacinto. In the NJCAA Division I Women's Tournament being played in nearby Chandler, Ariz., host Chandler-Gilbert faces top-seed Darton and Lewis & Clark of Illinois meets North Idaho in Friday's semifinals.

NJCAA D1 MEN
Quarterfinals
Nov. 20 in Phoenix
San Jacinto 4 South Suburban 1
Mercer County 3 CCBC-Essex 1
Garden City 1 Georgia Perimeter 0
Yavapai 3 Schoolcraft 1
Semifinals
Nov. 21 in Phoenix
San Jacinto (17-1-2) vs. Mercer County (18-1-0)
Yavapai (24-0-0) vs. Garden City (19-1-2)
Final
Nov. 23 in Phoenix

NJCAA D1 WOMEN
Quarterfinals
Nov. 20 in Chandler, Ariz.
Lewis & Clark 4 Monroe 1
North Idaho 3 Navarro 2
Darton 4 Anne Arundel 0
Chandler-Gilbert 2 Schoolcraft 1
Semifinals
Nov. 21 in Chandler, Ariz.
Lewis & Clark (24-1-0) vs. North Idaho (12-5-2)
Chandler-Gilbert (20-1-1) vs. Darton (22-0-1)
Final
Nov. 23 in Chandler, Ariz.




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