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Another Minnesota championship? Soccer team lands in NASL finals

Barely a week after the Minnesota Lynx brought a title to the Twin Cities, the Minnesota Stars earned a spot in the North American Soccer League finals. The Stars had to resort to tie-breaking penalty kicks to eliminate top-seeded Carolina in the semi-finals.
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Barely a week after the Minnesota Lynx brought a title to the Twin Cities, the Minnesota Stars earned a spot in the North American Soccer League finals. The Stars had to resort to tie-breaking penalty kicks to eliminate top-seeded Carolina in the semi-finals.

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