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MLS: Game Summaries (March 26-29)
March 30th, 1998 12AM
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TAMPA BAY 0 MIAMI 1 (SO) March 26 in Tampa, Fla. Tampa Bay 0 Miami 0 (Miami wins shootout 4-2). Tampa Bay -- Ravelli (6), Yallop (5), Eriksson (5), Duhaney (6), Houser (6), Hejduk (6), Ralston (5), Kinnear (5), Gilmar (5), Ziober (5), Lassiter (5). Subs: Prampin (5) for Ziober in 62nd minute, Shannon (5) for Kinnear in 77th. Miami -- Cassar (7), Cullen (5), Webber (6), Kooiman (7), Kelderman (5), Gutierrez (6), Serna (5), Kmosko (6), Vaudreuil (5), Herrera (5), Tamashiro (6). Subs: Stebbins (5) for Serna in 46th minute, Maessner (5) for Kelderman in 73rd. Shootout: Miami -- Gutierrez (goal), Maessner (goal), Stebbins (saved), Vaudreuil (goal), Cullen (fouled; PK -- goal); Tampa Bay -- Prampin (goal), Ralston (saved), Gilmar (goal), Shannon (saved). Yellow cards: Tampa Bay -- Eriksson 89; Miami -- Webber 41, Herrera 84. Referee: Brian Hall. Referee's Assistants: Reggie Rutty, Mario Martinez. Att.: 6,036. LOS ANGELES 3 METROSTARS 2 March 28 in Pasadena, Calif. Los Angeles 3 MetroStars 2. Goals: Welton (Hurtado, Machon) 3, Jones (Machon, Hartman) 70, Jones (Jara) 79; Rooney (Savarese, Dougherty) 38, Savarese (Harty, Dougherty) 58. Los Angeles -- Hartman (5), Jolley (4), Fraser (5), Calichman (5), Vanney (5), Pena (7), Mathis (5), Machon (6), Jones (8), Welton (5), Hurtado (4). Subs: Caligiuri (7) for Jolley in 59th minute, Jara (7) for Mathis in 64th, Karapetyan (NR) for Hurtado in 86th. MetroStars -- Meola (6), Semioli (5), Palacios (5), Lalas (6), Harty (6), Sonora (5), Sorber (6), Kelly (5), Rooney (6), Dougherty (6), Savarese (7). Sub: Sanchez (NR) for Sorber in 81st minute. Yellow cards: Los Angeles -- Calichman 37; MetroStars -- Meola 22. Referee: Paul Tamberino. Referee's Assistants: Richard Heron, Orlando Aristizabal. Att.: 11,921. SAN JOSE 2 COLORADO 3 (SO) March 28 in Stanford, Calif. San Jose 2 Colorado 2 (Colorado wins shootout 4-2). Goals: Wynalda (pen.) 74, Lozzano (Mella) 87; Saenz (Bravo, Paz) 11, White (Bravo, Paule) 64. San Jose -- Kramer (5), Martin (5), Doyle (5), Figueroa (7), Vasquez (5), Cloutier (5), Baicher (5), Lewis (5), Mella (6), Cerritos (4), Wynalda (6). Subs: Lozzano (6) for Baicher in 65th minute, Medved (5) for Vasquez in 75th, Barrett (5) for Martin in 76th. Colorado -- Hahnemann (6), S.Henderson (4), Vermes (6), Trittschuh (6), Martinez (6), C.Henderson (NR), Balboa (5), Paule (5), Paz (6), Bravo (6), Saenz (7). Subs: White (6) for Saenz in 63rd minute, DiGiamarino (5) for Paz in 71st, Jakins (NR) for Paule in 82nd. Shootout: Colorado -- Bravo (goal), DiGiamarino (goal), White (saved), S.Henderson (goal), Vermes (goal); San Jose -- Wynalda (goal), Lewis (goal), Cerritos (saved), Cloutier (saved). Yellow cards: San Jose -- Wynalda 82, Mella 88; Colorado -- Paule 55, Hahnemann 57. Red card: Colorado -- C.Henderson 6. Referee: Richard Grady. Referee's Assistants: Michael Kennedy, Roger Itaya. Att.: 15,028. DALLAS 2 COLUMBUS 1 March 29 in Dallas Dallas 2 Columbus 1. Goals: Elliott (Kreis, Santel) 39, Washington (Kreis) 66; McBride (Maisonneuve) 11. Dallas -- Lagerwey (5), Santel (6), Soehn (5), Rodriguez (6), Pollard (4), Alvarez (7), Flores (6), Sutter (5), Kreis (7), Elliott (4), Washington (5). Subs: Haynes (6) for Elliott in 57th minute, Farrer (5) for Sutter in 72nd, Trotman (6) for Washington in 78th. Columbus -- Sommer (8), Clark (4), Lapper (6), Cannon (4), Yeagley (5), Thompson (5), Maisonneuve (7), Farrell (5), Warzycha (3), McBride (5), John (6). Subs: Carrera (4) for Warzycha in 46th minute, Elcock (5) for Farrell in 46th, Cunningham (5) for Cannon in 77th. Yellow cards: Dallas -- Rodriguez 21, Kreis 80; Columbus -- Lapper 56. Referee: Esse Baharmast. Referee's Assistants: Chip Reed, Misail Tsapos. Att.: 10,216. D.C. UNITED 2 NEW ENGLAND 1 (SO) March 29 in Washington, D.C. D.C. United 1 New England 1 (D.C. United wins shootout 3-2). Goals: Kamler (Moreno, Etcheverry) 88; Baba (Torres, Wise) 54. D.C. United -- Garlick (7), Aunger (4), Pope (6), Llamosa (6), Agoos (6), Williams (6), Harkes (6), Olsen (6), Etcheverry (7), Moreno (6), Wegerle (5). Subs: Kamler (7) for Olsen in 72nd minute, Wood (5) for Aunger in 79th. New England -- Feuer (7), Burns (6), Goulooze (6), McKinley (5), Chronopoulos (5), Nakhid (6), Wise (7), Gorter (6), Baba (6), Torres (7), Diaz Arce (5). Sub: Dunseth (5) for Torres in 86th minute. Shootout: New England -- Baba (goal), Wise (saved), Burns (high), McKinley (goal), Diaz Arce (saved); D.C. United -- Wegerle (goal), Etcheverry (goal), Moreno (wide right), Kamler (goal). Yellow cards: D.C. United -- Harkes 12, Aunger 20, Etcheverry 64; New England -- Baba 52. Referee: Noel Kenny. Referee's Assistants: George Vergara, Lorenzo Sanz. Att.: 22,263.


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