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MLS: SA Week 17 Report Card
July 30th, 2001 12AM

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Here are Soccer AmericaÆs player ratings for the game played July 29. SA Report Cards: 1 (low) to 10 (high) Kansas City 2 New England 0. Goals: Santel (Gomez, Prideaux) 21, Glasgow (Lassiter, McKeon) 65. Kansas City (3-5-2) -- Bo Oshoniyi (5); Nick Garcia (5), Peter Vermes (5), Brandon Prideaux (6); Chris Klein (5), Francisco Gomez (5), Matt McKeon (6), Kerry Zavagnin (5), Mark Santel (6); Gary Glasgow (6), Chris Brown (5). Subs: Roy Lassiter (6) for Gomez 46, Onandi Lowe (5) for Santel 59, Tahj Jakins (NR) for Glasgow 89. Yellow Card: McKeon 38. New England (4-4-2) -- Jeff Causey (5); Alan Woods (4), Yari Allnut (4), Mauricio Wright (5), Joe Franchino (5); William Sunsing (5), Cate (5), Shaker Asad (5), Jay Heaps (5); Wolde Harris (5), Andy Williams (6). Subs: Ted Chronopoulos (5) for Cate 46, Matt Okoh (5) for Allnut 70, Johnny Torres (5) for Sunsing 70, Nick Downing (NR) for Harris 83. Yellow Card: Okoh 78. Referee: Terry Vaughn. Attendance: 6,071. Weather: 90 degrees, humid, partly cloudy.


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