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Host Darton State leads top seeds into semifinals
November 16th, 2012 2:47AM

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[NJCAA DIVISION I] Host Darton State (19-0-0) was joined by Monroe Community College (18-0-1), Louisburg College (20-0-0) and Tyler Junior College (19-2-1) in the semifinals of the NJCAA Division I Men's Tournament in Albany, Ga. All four teams were the top seeds in pool play.

Darton State beat Western Texas, 2-0, to set up a rematch with Tyler of their second game of the season. The Cavaliers won the first match, 2-1.

Jowayne Laidley and Andrew Palumbo each had their 11th goals of the season for the Darton State.

Monroe and Louisburg will meet in Friday's other semifinal.

The final will be played Saturday.

POOL A STANDINGS
#1 Darton State 2-0-0
#12 Western Wyoming 1-1-0
#8 Western Texas 0-2-0
POOL B STANDINGS
#2 Monroe 2-0-0
#7 Illinois Central 1-1-0
#11 Oakton 0-2-0
POOL C STANDINGS
#3 Louisburg 2-0-0
#6 Cincinnati State TCC 1-1-0
#10 Northwest (Wy.) 0-2-0
POOL D STANDINGS
#4 Tyler 2-0-0
#9 Marshalltown 1-1-0
#5 Jefferson 0-2-0



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