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W-LEAGUE: Results (June 27-29) & Standings (June 29)
June 30th, 2003 1:48PM

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June 27

New Jersey Lady Stallions 1 (Negron 101) New York 0 (OT).

Hampton Roads 1 (Callebaut 104) Chicago 0 (OT).

June 28

Fort Collins 3 (Kidwell 49, 69, Knotteck 72)

Denver 4 (Everett 52, Theuer 55, Butcher 58, Gray 88).

Toronto 1 (Booth 4) Ottawa 2 (Nault 62, Alfa 71).

Boston 3 (Stocco 45, Kveton 45, McGregor 89) New Jersey Wildcats 0.

Long Island 3 (Martin 24, Munro 66, 80) New Hampshire 1 (Landon 36)

Northern Virginia 0 Chicago 1 (Sitch 24).

Asheville 1 (Baker 26) Greensboro 0.

June 29

Columbus 2 (Wead 51, Skladany 55) Windy City 2 (Talavera 14, Kent 21) (OT).

New Jersey Lady Stallions 3 (Artale 5, Pachuki 50, McCann 87) So. Jersey 0.

Vancouver 1 (Lang 45) Seattle 0.

Standings:

Northern -- Boston 27 points; Ottawa 21; Toronto 12; New Hampshire 6; Rochester 0.

Northeast -- New Jersey Lady Stallions 21; New York 18; Long Island 15; New Jersey 6; South Jersey Wildcats 6; So. Jersey -3.

Atlantic -- Hampton Roads 24 points; Charlotte 21; No. Virginia, Asheville, Greensboro 3.

Midwest -- Chicago 24 points; No. Kentucky 11, Cincinnati 9; Columbus 6; Windy City 4.

Western -- Vancouver 22 points; Seattle 16; Denver 11; Arizona 9; Ft. Collins 6; Mile High 0.



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