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Top-seeded U-W Whitewater will host Number-two Oshkosh tomorrow night

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(WNFL) - Top-seeded U-W Whitewater will host Number-two Oshkosh tomorrow night for the championship of the W-I-A-C women's soccer tournament.  Both won their semi-finals last night, after having byes in the first round.  Whitewater blanked Eau Claire 3-to-nothing.  Carina Krausert, Carly Pottle, and Sierra High scored for the Warhawks.  Two overtimes were not enough in the other semi-final, as Oshkosh won on a 4-to-2 shootout.  Nicole Palmquist took the game to overtime by scoring for Oshkosh with 54 seconds left in regulation.

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