Saturday, March 28th, Day Two - KC went up against Northwest Arkansas who lost to The Oklahoma Victory Dolls the day before. NWA took an early lead in the first half and led 16 to 8. The All-Stars decided to wash the bitter taste of the previous day's defeat, dug in and in the first 10 minutes they were leading 45 to 16 and nothing was going to break their momentum. By Halftime the board read 155 to 47 in favor of KC. There was no mercy to be found for NWA in the second half as the final whistle blew and KC won 281 to 100. They would go on to play The Oklahoma Victory Dolls later that night.
Sunday, March 29th, Day Three - Both Houston and KC had come a long way and the tournament would end for one of them with a trophy while the other packed their skate bag and went home to review their tapes and see where they needed to improve. In the first half there were several lead changes early in the game but by Halftime it was looking gloomy for KC as Houston was leading 125 to 61. Taking the track for a valiant effort in the second half, KC just couldn't seem to rally. The final score was Houston 251 KC 177.