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Cincinnati State moves into Division I semifinals
November 19th, 2010 5:01AM

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[NJCAA MEN] Cincinnati State, the junior college that was Colorado Rapids star Omar Cummings' first stop on the road to stardom, defeated Lincoln College, 2-0, to move into the semifinals of the NJCAA Division I Men's Tournament. Host Tyler, Barton County and Monroe join Cincinnati State in Friday's semifinals.

QUARTERFINALS
Monroe 1 Otero 0
MON -- Geffree Saintillen (pen.) 64
 
Cincinnati State 2 Lincoln 0
CIN -- Ben Rascona (Carl Peers) 75
CIN -- Carl Peers (unassisted) 88
 
Tyler 3 Iowa Western 0
TYL -- Dom Dwyer (unassisted) 15
TYL -- Martin Seiler (unassisted) 28
TYL -- Sammy Deing (unassisted) 48
 
Barton County 3 Darton 2 (OT)
DAR -- Javier Anor (Matias Aristegui) 9
BAR -- Kevin Ellis (Sean Lynk) 44
BAR -- Ahmad Bah (David Major) 55
DAR -- Mynor Perez (unassisted) 65
BAR -- Ahmad Bah (Aaron Appel) 97



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