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U.S. OPEN CUP: Semifinals
August 27th, 2004 2:41AM

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Aug. 24 in Overland Park, Kan.

Kansas City Wizards (MLS) 1 San Jose Earthquakes (MLS) 0. Goal: Simutenkov pen.) 45.

San Jose -- Conway, Waibel, Agoos,Cochrane (Robinson, 76), Dunivant, Mullan, Ekelund (Dombrowski, 56), Mulrooney, DeRosario, Donovan, Ching (Alvarez, 7; Chris Brown, 71)

Kansas City -- Oshoniyi, Graham, Garcia, Conrad, Burciaga, Simutenkov (Preki, 46, Detter, 80), Zavagnin, Gutierrez, Zotinca, Arnaud, Wolff (Jewsbury, 74)

Att.: 2,162.

Aug. 25 in Naperville, Ill.

Chicago Fire (MLS) 1. Charleston Battery (A-League) 0 (OT). Goal: Selolwane (Perez) 107

Chicago -- Ring, Whitfield (Capano, 107), Brown, Curtin, Perez, Williams, Gray, Pause, Mapp, Ralph, Jaqua (Selolwane, 79).

Charleston -- Hudock (Doyle, 78), Klein, Watson, Titus, Kutney, Evans, Jackson, Valencia, Chronopoulos (Goos, 86), Simmonds (Conway, 90), Martinez.

Att.: 1,847



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